Islemen or Isleman? Edit

Okay, anyone else have a spot in one of the books where this can be found. I have wondered about this in the past and had used the previously created catagory of, with intentions to watch for this in a book. We have a mix of characters in both, so it probably needs to be checked. I'll keep my eyes peeled.TripCyclone 00:53, January 16, 2011 (UTC)

  • The category needs to be a plural, so "Isleman" is out. It'd have to be "Islemans" but that sounds silly, IMO. QuentinGeorge 01:00, January 16, 2011 (UTC)
  • LOL...I agree Islemans is out. Actually, Islemen is the proper plural for Isleman, so Islemans wouldn't even be considered. I'm thinking referring to the collection as Islemen is correct, but I keep thinking I've heard the book use Isleman because individual Islemen would be called Isleman. I'm going to be digging through the books for this. :) TripCyclone 01:12, January 16, 2011 (UTC)
  • For now, let's use Islemen. Unless I can find something to say otherwise, that would be more correct for catagory use. TripCyclone 01:23, January 16, 2011 (UTC)
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