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  1. English Wikipedia is the most-read version of Wikipedia, accounting for 48% of Wikipedia's cumulative traffic, with the remaining percentage split among the other languages. The English Wikipedia has the most articles of any edition, at 6,791,151 as of March 2024. [5]

  2. Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia that anyone can edit, and millions already have. Wikipedia's purpose is to benefit readers by presenting information on all branches of knowledge . Hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation , it consists of freely editable content, whose articles also have numerous links to guide readers to more information.

  3. Wikipedia ( pronunciation (help·info)) is a free online encyclopedia website in 336 languages of the world. 324 languages are currently active and 12 are closed. People can freely use it, share it, and change it, without having to pay. It is also one of the biggest wiki organizations.

  4. Welcome to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia! What is Wikipedia? Wikipedia is an encyclopedia that is written by many of its readers. It is a special type of website called a wiki, that makes working together easy. Many people are always improving Wikipedia, making many changes every day.

  5. In 2005, Wikipedia became the most popular reference website on the Internet, according to Hitwise, with English Wikipedia alone exceeding 750,000 articles. Wikipedia's first multilingual and subject portals were established in 2005.

  6. The English Wikipedia is the English language edition of the Wikipedia online encyclopedia. English is the first language in which Wikipedia was written. It was started on 15 January 2001. It is the largest encyclopedia in the world, and the largest version of Wikipedia since April 2019. [1]

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › EncyclopediaEncyclopedia - Wikipedia

    Title page of Lucubrationes, 1541 edition, one of the first books to use a variant of the word encyclopedia in the title. An Encyclopedia ( American English) or Encyclopaedia ( British English) [1] is a reference work or compendium providing summaries of knowledge, either general or special, to a particular field or discipline.

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