So I was going to retag a question with redundancy when I noticed it didn't have a wiki, so I thought I'd write one. When I did some double checking, it turns out that there is a linguistic meaning to redundancy that I hadn't considered.
I thought we would use it for questions like "Is 'access to' redundant here?" because we get quite a few of them, but I don't want to confuse those with questions about semantic repetition. I know it would be unlikely that a learner would choose that tag on their own, but that doesn't mean it would be a useful tag for someone to apply later.
If we're going to use redundancy for the linguistic sense, what would be a good tag to use for the "double word" questions that aren't reduplication questions? Duplication?
As a side note, it would be really helpful if folks wrote a quick tag wiki when they create a tag that has a linguistic definition so that it is less likely to get misapplied. As it stands right now, I'm not certain if a learner created this tag because it was the best word they knew for their question, or if it was created to mean the redundancy in the linquistics sense and it got appropriated for "Do I have too many 'thats' in this sentence?" questions.