It sounds like you need PMario's uni-link plugin for aliases. He's even got 
a video here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9l-vipAoNw&feature=youtu.be

Good luck
-- Mark

On Friday, February 9, 2018 at 1:09:07 PM UTC-8, h0p3 wrote:
>
> Sometimes I spend time defining particular words in my wiki. I often link 
> to my definitions in my writing. I write at high speed, and when I'm in the 
> flow state, I don't have time to think about what the title of a 
> definition's tiddler is. I can't afford to be bothered by it because I will 
> lose track of what I'm trying to say. 
>
> How do I make sure all of these:
>
>    - Maxim
>    - maxim
>    - Maxims
>    - maxims
>
> ...are automatically pointing to (or redirecting to) "Maxim"?
>
> I truly hate doing this by tranclusions or going back to write 
> [[foobar|Maxim]] each time. Am I using the wiki incorrectly? Please, tell 
> me the idiomatic art of handling this problem (which I assume is common). 
> Is there a tool that can handle this? Please, let me know. Do I need to 
> build a tool for this? Please point me in the right direction. Also, feel 
> free to tell me to "suck it up" and just do it by hand.
>

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