A Avatar A digital "actor" or icon that represents who you are and where you are in the virtual world. 3-D chat rooms and VRML worlds are examples of places where you would use an avatar to navigate your surroundings and communicate with other users. The avatar can be whatever you want, including a cartoon, an animal, or any graphical element. Just be aware that this image represents you! The word comes from the Hindu philosophy where an avatar refers to the incarnation (bodily manifestation) of a higher being (deva).
Artifact Documentation that provides such items as guidelines, requirements, design, and test plans of a software application.
ARPA Advanced Research Projects Agency Originally called DARPA, this is the agency within the U.S. Department of Defense that developed the Internet. Sometimes referred to as ARPANet.
Abuse To privatize your rights, don’t letting a person do what he or she wants to do.
Army A group of people that want to risk there lives for their country.
B BC Because Online jargon, also known as text message shorthand, used primarily in texting, online chat, instant messaging, email, blogs, and newsgroup postings, these types of abbreviations are also referred to as chat acronyms.
BIF Basis In Fact -or- Before I Forget (pronounced: biff) An acronym used primarily in texting, online chat, instant messaging, e-mail, blogs, and newsgroup postings, it is also considered a form of online jargon or text message shorthand. As in "There's no BIF in that."
BIBI Bye Bye Online jargon, also known as text message shorthand, used primarily in texting, online chat, instant messaging, email, blogs, and newsgroup postings, it is spelled in all lowercase because it's also considered a form of leetspeak.
Bottoms up Expression use before drinking shot
Bonafont A water brand.
C CAD Computer Aided Design (pronounced: kad) Also referred to as "Computer-Assisted Design," CAD software is a program used by architects, engineers, and 3-D artists who want to visualize and manipulate the objects or spatial environments they are designing. CAD systems make it possible to view a design from any angle and to zoom in or zoom out for close-ups or long views. If the user changes one value in a graphical model, the system automatically changes all of the other values that depend on it. One of the most popular of these programs is AutoCAD by AutoDesk.
capsizing Downsizing gone awry, it is the process whereby a company repeatedly reduces its labor force but not the work that needs to get done. Eventually, the company implodes or "goes under."
Carnivore The FBI's controversial e-mail surveillance tool, capable of retrieving all communication that goes through an ISP (including Web-based communication). Current laws and specific court orders restrict its use.
A way of saying cocaine
A person who has dry skin like a crocodile.
D Dah To tell someone that is a stupid person.
Dog A way of referring to a friend.
DARPA Defense Advanced Research (pronounced: dar-pa) A United States federal agency that conducts research for the Defense Department, it began as ARPA but became so dominated with defense work that its name was changed to DARPA. Work funded by DARPA led to the creation of the Internet. Decommissioned in 1990, it became ARPA once again (but is still referred to by both names).
DBEYR Don't Believe Everything You Read What was originally a cryptic looking "acronym" is now a common expression due to the increase in user-generated content on the Internet. It began with the story of old man Turklebaum and continues in part because of the proliferation of blogging and the public editing of wikis. The fact is there are many kinds of hoaxes on the Internet, and so the general rule of thumb is "Don't Believe Everything You Read."
DD Due Diligence Online jargon, also known as text message shorthand, used primarily in texting, online chat, instant messaging, email, blogs, and newsgroup postings, these types of abbreviations are also referred to as chat acronyms.
A bad person
When a person makes a mistake accidently.
e-mall A virtual shopping mall on the Web where you can browse and buy products online.
EADD Entrepreneurial Attention Deficit Disorder A widespread condition among entrepreneurial business executives. Many will establish one company, and in a matter of time will get bored and move on to start up a new company.
EAPFS Everything About Pittsburgh F***ing Sucks Commonly used, especially in northern Ohio, it's a sign of the times and a good example of how online jargon is also regional. There's even a Pittsburgh iBurgh iPhone app that makes it easy to complain.
F Flash A red super hero that runs very fast.
Fuck you An insult
FAQ Frequently Asked Questions (pronounced: F-A-Q or fak) A list of questions and answers related to a Web site, newsgroup, software, or any kind of product or service. Because these are "frequently asked" questions, most users can find the information they need on a FAQ So, before you send an e-mail to customer service, check the FAQ on the Web site. FAQs keep newsgroup discussions from being overrun by newbie questions.
FastCGI An open extension to CGI that reuses processes to handle multiple requests and to achieve higher performance.
F***ing Brilliant Idea -or- Female Body Inspector Online jargon, also known as text message shorthand, used primarily in texting, online chat, instant messaging, email, blogs, and newsgroup postings, these types of abbreviations are also referred to as chat acronyms.
G gadget A synonym for gizmo, it's a specialized mechanical or electronic device, usually small in size and sleek in nature. Depending on the gadget, it can perform a number of things such a making phone calls (cell phone), listening to music (MP3 player), track your appointments and address book (PDA), even locate where you are standing (GPS)!
GAS Got A Second? Online jargon, also known as text message shorthand, used in texting, online chat, instant messaging, email, blogs, and newsgroup postings, these types of abbreviations are also referred to as chat acronyms.
GB Good Bridge Gamer jargon, also known as text message shorthand, used in gaming, texting, online chat, instant messaging, email, blogs, and newsgroup postings, it refers to being down by one trick.
Gay An expression to tell someone that he is not brave.
Goal Something that a person tries to do in certain time.
H Hack In the programming world, it usually identifies a programmer that has less experience than George W and boasts more than Al Gore. In other words, it's not a flattering term. Not to be confused with hacker, which can be considered a compliment.
HAND Have a Nice Day
HAR Hit And Run
Homeless When a person misses his home
Houston A restaurant in USA
I IANA Internet Assigned Numbers Authority A committee that oversees registration for various Internet protocol (IP) parameters (such as port numbers, protocol and enterprise numbers, options, codes, and types).
IAE In Any Event An acronym or text message used in online chat, IM, e-mail, blogs, or newsgroup postings.
IANAE I Am Not An Expert An acronym or text message used in online chat, IM, e-mail, blogs, or newsgroup postings.
IPod A gadget invented by Mac
Investigation When a person search information about a theme.
J JAD Just Another day An acronym or text message used in online chat, IM, e-mail, blogs, or newsgroup postings.
Java Developed by Sun Microsystems, it is a programming language specifically designed for writing programs that can be safely downloaded through the Internet without fear of viruses or other harm to computers or files. Using small Java programs called applets, Web pages can include functions such as animations, calculators, and other fancy tricks. Java is a simple, robust, object-oriented, platform-independent, multi-threaded, dynamic, general-purpose programming environment. It is best used for creating applets and applications for intranets, the Internet, and any other complex, distributed network. For more information on Java, visit this definition on NetLingo.com.
Joystick A small hand-grip, similar in appearance to a stick shift in a car. Gamers use it to play video, CD-ROM, and online games.
Jesus According to Christian religion his messiahs.
Jade A precious rock
K KK Kiss Kiss
Kermit A terminal program and file transfer protocol (FTP) developed at Columbia University and available for use on a variety of computers, from PCs to mainframes. Kermit can be used to download files from a remote system to your home computer. It is distinguished by its ability to transfer files over Telnet and other connections that usually corrupt binary transfers, and it is often available as a Unix command.
keylogger Short for keystroke logging, a.k.a. keylogging
Kangaroo An animal that only lives in Australia.
Keynotes A program similar to PowerPoint but for Mac.
L Lamer A user who behaves in a stupid or uneducated manner that's often characteristic of newbies.
LLAP Live Long and Prosper In reference to the television show Star Trek and Spockâ€™s Vulcan farewell of respect, it is online jargon, also known as text message shorthand, used in texting, online chat, instant messaging, email, blogs, and newsgroup postings. These types of abbreviations are also referred to as chat acronyms.
Lurker One who lurks; a visitor to a newsgroup, chat room, blog, or social networking site who only reads other people's posts, but never posts his or her own comments, thus remaining anonymous.
Longest yard An Adam Sandler movie about football.
Lishi An abbreviation for the name Lillian shiver.
M MAN Metropolitan Area Network
MAYA Most Advanced Yet Accessible
meatjail Slang for the human brain. M&M Little chocolate dots of many colors. Metropolis A big city.
N NASCAR Non-Athletic Sport Centered Around Rednecks
NAB Not A Blonde
Netlingo The best dictionary
Netzahualcoyotl The last name of my biology teacher.
O OMG Oh my god
Olivia Popeyeâ€™s wife.
OASIS Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards
OO Over and Out
Oracle Oracle Corporation One of the largest independent software companies that specialize in software for information management, Oracle is best known for its databases. Located in Silicon Valley and headed up by CEO Larry Ellison, Oracle was the first software company to develop 100 percent Internet-enabled enterprise software. Moreover, it was first to implement that software across its entire product line: databases, servers, enterprise business applications, and application development and decision support tools. Oracle also provides the related consulting, education, and support services that go along with these products.
P panarchy A political unit or state where everyone has power. Heard at the Hackers 10.0 conference.
Parade Slang for having to travel a long distance in order to demo a product.
PAW Parents Are Watching
PS3 Play station 3 a video game
PAN A political partied in MĂŠxico.
Q Queen A music band
Quotation marks What you put to site something that someone said.
QOTD Quote Of The Day
QR code Quick Response code, a.k.a. matrix code, 2D barcode, 2-D bar code image, graphical tag, jag tag, black and white square
R Rice The typical food in Asia
Runners Chips with shape of little cars.
rasterbator A designer who's become a compulsive digital manipulator or Photoshop abuser, as in one who is constantly tweaking a design over and over and over again.
RBAY Right Back At You
RAT Remotely Activated Trojan -or- Remote Access Tool
S Star A celebrity
Solar system Is the system of the planets going around the sun.
SAT phone short for: satellite phone
SB Stand By
Screensaver A program that activates itself when a computer has been inactive for a period of time. Screensavers were originally designed to prevent images from being burned into monochrome monitors. Even though modern monitors do not run this risk, screensavers are popular for their entertainment value. They often show moving images, floating text, or rotating photographs.
T Triple play To make three out in one play (baseball).
Teotihuacan An archeological site in MĂŠxico.
TAKS That's A Knee Slapper
tadpole The nickname for a guy who is too young for a cougar to go after.
Tamagotchi a.k.a. gigapets -or- virtual reality pets
U Umbrella A song of Rihanna.
Ultra A size very big.
UMTS Universal Mobile Telecommunication System
uninstalled A euphemism for being fired.
V Vikings People who were strong, aggressive and had very long beards.
Vest A jacket without sleeves.
VCN Virtual Commerce Network
vanilla a.k.a. plain vanilla
venture capital A source of funding for early-stage, risk-oriented business endeavors. A venture capital funding arrangement will typically require that the entrepreneur relinquish some level of ownership and control of the business. VC firms offset a high risk of failure for the promise of an even higher return on their investment. The investment is usually in the form of stock or something that can be converted into stock at a later date. As the business matures, an initial public offering (IPO) may take place, or the business may be merged, sold, or additionally funded. These events are intended to enable the company to buy out the venture capitalists. If the business does not mature, major amounts of money could be lost.
W Wonder woman The only woman superhero.
Wily Wonka The best candy brand
WAFS Warm And Fuzzies
WAK What A Kiss
WAIS Wide Area Information Server
X Xoxo Hugs and kisses
A medicine for arthritis.
XXCC Kiss, Kiss, Hug, Hug
XME Excuse Me
Y Yoyo A very funny game
Yale One of the best universities in the world
YBY Yeah Baby Yeah
YEPPIES Young Experimenting Perfection Seekers
YCT Your Comment To
Z Zoo Places were many animals are, so the people can go inside to see them.
A dead person that comes alive in the nights.
zine electronic magazine
zapping Considered to be the lowest form of software programming known to mankind, it involves altering the assembly code in hex format after it has been output from a complier or assembler. Typically done when there is a compiler bug, the proper data is not being generated, or the original source code was lost.
ZZZ Sleeping, Bored, Tired
Symbols # Number How: #1 When: when you want to say that someone arrived in first place Where: texting
@ At How: @ my house When: when you want to say were is Where: in a football schedule
$ Dollars How: $10000 When: to refer to money Where: in a check
& And How: you & me When: to abbreviate and
Where: texting ? Question mark How: how are you? When: you put it at the end of a question Where: in a question
= Equal How: 2+3=4+1 When: to say that something is equal Where: in math
% Percentage How: Iâ€™m 100% sure When: to say percentages Where: texting
, Coma How: David, Elias and Joaquin When: when you are texting names Where: in a list
/ Slash How: joseromano11.weebly.com/netlingo.com When: writing an internet address Where: internet
: Two points How: for example: When: writing Where: before an example
Conclusion As a conclusion in this work I think this was a useful work because learn meanings that in a normal dictionary doesnâ€™t appear so this is a way of growing our vocabulary, also the two word of our own at the begging with a word with two or more definition and we had to use the non logic meaning it help us know the different meaning of the same word. It was a good work that will help us a lot if we continue looking words in the dictionary to keep growing our vocabulary.