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I realize that I tagged a question about "Joseph" (in-Genesis) (the one in Genesis) with the same tag as Joseph, the wife-of-mary. How should we disambiguate the two?

  • We had the same problem at Hermeneutics, for what it's worth. – Jon Ericson Feb 29 '12 at 22:21
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    @JonEricson: I'd forgotten about that; but I don't think either answer there applies here. Interesting case study on how these sites differ. – Caleb Mar 1 '12 at 6:24
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I'd like to propose:

  • joseph-son-of-jacob
  • joseph-husband-of-mary

As two separate tag.

The question then is, how do we disallow "joseph" as a tag?

(yeah, Joseph-wife-of-Mary isn't all that great...)

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    We can blacklist a tag if it becomes problematic, but for now I think re-tagging everything one way or the other will be enough to fix the problem as it will auto-complete for people who try to type it in and only higher rep users who are likely to be more aware can create new tags anyway. – Caleb Feb 29 '12 at 22:12
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    wife of Mary... I don't recall that one in his litany ;). – Peter Turner Mar 1 '12 at 4:49
  • FYI, I've gone ahead and separated according to the above – Affable Geek Mar 5 '12 at 18:18
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How about just plain old , or at the very most .

OT Joseph probably can stay or .

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    +1 for go-go-go-joe – Bruce Alderman Mar 1 '12 at 6:20
  • My daughter and I can sing half that musical by heart... – Affable Geek Mar 1 '12 at 16:06
  • I actually like josheph-of-nazareth, but I think not also being specific about the other tag will lead to trouble. If we make one specific, we have to do the others as well and avoid the use of a possibly ambiguous general tag. – Caleb Mar 1 '12 at 18:14
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How about and ?

Or and ?

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