To ambiguate (v.) is the opposite of to disambiguate. In Western science and rational philosophy, disambiguating is done during analysis and ambiguation only during synthesis: culture, politics and technology.
An ambiguation page is one that explains multiple possible meanings and perhaps a few good reasons to leave that choice to the reader, e.g. eg.
 ambiguation theory
The reasons to ambiguate are complex and rooted in the real world, not in language itself: one could state it as "simplifying things as much as possible but not to point of danger".
A linguist will understand this most readily in terms of frames and ontological metaphor: deliberate or subconcious likening of multiple concepts by comparing them to the same thing implicitly. Most obviously, metaphors like "clicking through wiki pages is like navigation in a library" or "reading this page is like being in a particular place." One of the worst mediawiki gronks is requiring all mediawiki users to accept these questionable assertions. Metaphor is extraordinarily powerful and some political scientists claim that it is the dominant force in our decisions regarding whom to trust.
In the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four George Orwell (a troll name for Eric Blair) posed his newspeak language in which it was impossible to frame illegal or even potentially illegal concepts. Good and bad for instance could only be described in terms of their degree of goodness or badness, not in terms of what made them good or bad:
- ungood for such words as undesirable or unpleasant or unfair
- plusungood for such words/phrases as unacceptable, absurd, grossly unfair, shitty, filthy
- doubleplusungood for such words as outrageous, evil, vile, beyond comprehension
- thoughtcrime for such words as dissent, debate, challenge of authority, and etc.
This ambiguation of course served only the authorities, which was the point of newspeak: with people unable to distinguish the reasons why something was good or ungood or by how much, they simply could not debate it, and category was derived only from authority. In protest to this process: