Acronyms are sets of letters which are created by using the first letter of each word in a phrase. For example, the acronym for Mothers Against Drunk Drivers is MADD. Acronyms have become a part of the daily life and the communication of many people. Whether in the newspaper, in a magazine. on television or on the Internet, acronyms are literally everywhere. Yet what happens when you see an acronym and you are not entirely sure of what it stands for?
The quickest way to understand the meaning of an acronym or to decode text messages or email messages is to look up the acronym or code in the dictionary here at YourDictionary. If the acronym is not defined and is commonly used, you can find the meaning by searching the appropriate category in the Abbreviations and Acronyms section on YourDictionary.
You can also use a reverse acronym creator to search for the words depicted in the acronym. There are several places on the Internet where you can enter the letters of an acronym and determine the words that are represented by the acronym.
You can access a database of 50,000 acronyms on Bukharian Jews USA by entering an acronym to learn its meaning. Acronyms are available in several categories including:
The database can also be accessed in a reverse lookup format by entering text to find an acronym.
The "Teen Chat Decoder" software is a freeware-based program that you can download quickly and easily without all of the annoying pop ups which are usually associated with freeware programs. It will download and install on your computer with ease.
Just by simply typing in a popular acronym used by teens, you will be able to find out exactly what the letters stand for and decode any secret messages that are being created that you do not understand. The "Teen Chat Decoder" is available for download at no cost.
Another teen chat decoder is available without the download at Teen Chat Decoder.com. With this decoder all you have to do is enter the letters of the acronym and the meaning will instantly come up. You can also check for new acronyms by clicking on the link to add new acronyms.
If you go to a feature on the shareware connection website called "AcronymGenie," you may be able to decipher what certain acronyms mean.
AcronymGenie requires you to download the full application at Shareware Connection.com. Once you have downloaded the application to your computer, you will be able to quickly type in an acronym and find the meaning in no time. Additionally, you can configure this particular software to show only the acronyms for which you are looking.
For additional information on reverse acronym creators, do an Internet search on "teen decoders" or "parental controls."