Rules to play
GrokSaurus is a kind of reverse dictionary. It does not provide explanations to given words like a normal dictionary. This normal kind of links shall be found elsewhere. GrokSaurus shall provide a different approach: The user will get links under the assumption that he asked the wrong word, that he got it wrong, that he suffers from a misconception, that he does not know the proper term and tries to use his best guess to describe what he seeks.
The answer he will get is next to the bare minimum he needs to continue his search: a word (or maybe a numer of words) to look up in a 'normal' dictionary like organized source of information, and a few descriptive words to tell him the context that word is used in. It should be as brief as possible.
So if you plan to add some information to GrokSaurus please do the following:
Ask GrokSaurus for the misunderstood/wrong/strange/generic/unspecific word. If there is no page for that word, create it. GrokSaurus pages allways get names with "GrokSaurus:", followed by the word to give a hint for. Examples: GrokSaurus:Mousepad, GrokSaurus:Thing
Write down with very few words the hint that helped you. If there is a source of understandable information at hand, you may add a link, but it is not neccessary. The hint is important.
Add a line (just type four dashes into an empty line).
Add information about the proper/canonical/right/specific/usual word below the line. Add a brief description for that word, only to point out its normal context. If you know a source of understanderble information for beginners, you may add a link.
Now everything is as it should be: GrokSaurus helps people to find information even in the event of an unusual way of requesting it.
Please do not link to other GrokSaurus pages. GrokSaurus should be one-way only. Someone has a dysfunctional word (and perhaps tried to find related information, but nothing usefull turned up; you may safely assume that the term commonly is not used in the case), and uses GrokSaurus to get a hint what could have been a better word. If it looks promising, one will follow that link and hope to get the information required. So GrokSaurus pages should normally only contain hints. If there are links, they should be outgoing links (each with short explanation) to other (external) sources of information, but almost never should they be links to other misunderstood words.