Foreign words in the body of Webster’s 11th are typed as roman text.
Do not italicize foreign language words not found in Merriam-Webster or other standard English dictionaries—particularly in food content. (updated 6/26/23)
Following anti-bias guidelines: If italics are supposed to mean that something is not a mistake, but rather unfamiliar, italicizing some words ends up setting them apart/othering and gatekeeping what’s considered “worth the mainstream knowing.” Writing the genus of a plant or animal is the only exception to this.
Use accents and symbols as indicated.
Unfamiliar or uncommon foreign terms should not be used if the meaning is not made clear within the