Could Cognate also work for the rhyme namespace? Or would it be more something for the phase with interwiki links in Wikidata?
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|Declined||None||T162882 Cognate for Rhyme namespace?|
That looks too complicated for Cognates.
You would need a template for each and every language, e.g.
- Annexe:Rimes en %FR:LANG% en \%RHYME%\
And not only a template, but also a list of all the languages in all the languages.
That's also assuming there is no special cases in a given language, e.g. one would write rhyme in /ir/, others /iʁ/ for the exact same rhyme.
That's a lot of work compared to keeping the interwikis.