Sometimes a word means more than one thing, so you might want the same title for two different pages.
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To solve this, we disambiguate.
Wikipedia grows very fast because making links is quite simple and natural. When you type in a window for editing, put two brackets on each side of the word (like this:
[[Mercury]]) and you will get Mercury. If you do this to a word, you have made it a link.
There are many things called Mercury. Some of these are:
- Mercury (mythology), the Roman god
- Mercury (planet), the first planet from the Sun
- Mercury (element), the chemical element
Mercury can also mean many other things. Which one did you mean to link?
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