I wrote:

The word tokar, if it exists in the show continuity, is presumably of Ghiscari origin as well.

Gonzalo84 moved this from the Lexicon section to the  In the books section. I grant that including it in the lexicon is questionable, but does it really make any more sense in the "books" section? Perhaps by way of compromise it should be moved back to the lexicon, but put in parentheses? Or maybe even relegated to a footnote?

Meanwhile, I did ask David J. Peterson about the word tokar, via tumblr. Perhaps he'll clarify the matter for us, and solve this problem. --Mad Latinist (talk) 21:41, May 2, 2014 (UTC)

I moved it because of the wording. By mentioning the words "show continuity", that sentence belongs in an "In the books" or "behind the scenes" because it is written from a production point of view.--Gonzalo84 (talk) 22:28, May 2, 2014 (UTC)
Then I suppose the correct solution (until Mr. Peterson answers, and knowing him that could be in an hour, or it could be when spring finally comes to Westeros) would be to divide off the reference to tokar (and the other stuff about Mr. Peterson) into a separate "Behind the scenes" section. I'll add that to my to do list, I guess. --Mad Latinist (talk) 01:37, May 3, 2014 (UTC)
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