Initial abbreviations are referred to as recursive acronyms, which paradoxically refer to themselves in their explication and thus contain a recursion. Recursive acronyms are used in particular in the naming of free software projects.
Duden and Wahrig, an acronym is an abbreviation made up of the first letters of several words, with EDP (electronic data processing) being mentioned as an example. ADAC, PC and TÜV are therefore acronyms, since they consist of the first letters of the expressions on which they are based.
Backronym: Also a form of acronym. Here, a word is only assigned the function as an abbreviation afterwards, mostly these are joking. Examples: Fiat (fire in all parts), Opel (without power, forever loser), marriage (errare humanum est ~ to err is human).
An acronym is a short word that is formed from the first letters of several words (WM ~ World Cup). Abbreviations formed from the initial syllables of words can also be referred to as acronyms (Schiri ~ referee), as suggested by the linguist Hadumod Bussmann.
The following word types fall under the generic term abbreviation: Abbreviation: Word created by abbreviating or omitting parts of a word. Acronym: A word made up of letters from several words or parts of a word that can be pronounced as a separate word.
A portmanteau is a made-up word and is a cross between two or more words to form a new concept in terms of content, in which overlapping word segments are deleted. This category includes articles that have such a portmanteau as a lemma.
Meanings:  respectively, in the sense of either one or the other of what was mentioned.  respectively, in the sense of more precisely.
ie (German) Part of Speech: Abbreviation Word Meaning/Definition: 1) that is, that is, origin of the term: 1) from Latin… ie S. (German) Part of Speech: Abbreviation Word Meaning/Definition: 1) in the narrower sense(s) Opposite words: 1) i.
An initial or initial (Latin initium 'beginning', 'beginning'; plural the initial → the initials or the initial → the initial) is a decorative first letter used in an incunabula, a handwritten text or in the work set as the first letter of chapters or sections is used.
The letter À (lowercase à) is a letter of the Latin writing system, consisting of an A with grave accent. In addition, à in German also means "je" or "to je".... Since the 16th
The actual run time (RRT) is the time that elapses from the start of a task to the end of the task. The abbreviation RRT stands for Real Runtime.
 Linguistics: Abbreviation formed from the initials, i.e. the first letters of the underlying expression....  Abbreviation. Examples:  Examples of initial words in German are "CDU", "LKW", "UNO".
An anagram (from Greek ἀναγράφειν anagráphein 'rewrite') refers to a sequence of letters that is formed from another sequence of letters solely by rearranging (permutation) the letters.
Anagram: Means the fact that another word or word sequence is formed from all the letters of a word or word sequence. According to this, flour would be an anagram of clay, palm tree would be an anagram of lamp, and atheism would be an anagram of tenement.
A word is a synonym only in relation to another word. But since words are often ambiguous, more specifically, synonymy exists between a particular reading of a word and others. Words with opposite meanings are called antonyms.
Sometimes it can be a little bit more: make a meaningful abbreviation. Abbreviations have their place. In texts, for example, in which the same expressions often appear, such as in scientific papers.
The macron [ˈmaːkrɔn], also called macron, bar, longen, overscore, or slash, is a diacritic used to indicate a particular pronunciation or stress on a vowel. It's a horizontal line above the letter.
An initial (fallen capital) is a large capital letter used as a decorative element at the beginning of a paragraph or section. The size of a drop cap is usually two or more lines.
The technical term for large or decorated initials occurs in two forms: the initial, plural: initials; and more rarely the initial, plural: initial. The plural initials, which may be based on plural formations such as »upper case«, is not correct.
Walkover, abbreviated wo... also walk-over or w/o; dt. without a fight (kl), literally: "walk", meaning: "easy game"), describes the circumstance when a player wins because his opponent does not compete and the game is counted as lost for him.