Online Internet Slang Dictionary & Translator
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Translate internet slang and acronyms.
noslang.com provides complete details about the slangs used over net.Internet slang consists of slang and acronyms that users have created as an effort to save keystrokes. Terms have originated from various sources including Bulletin Boards, AIM, Yahoo, IRC, Chat Rooms, Email, Cell Phone Text Messaging, and some even as far back as World War II.
Internet Slang is also called AOL speak, AOLese, AOLbonics, netspeak, or leetspeak (although leetspeak traditionally involves replacing letters with numbers and is reseved for games). While it does save keystrokes, netspeak can prove very hard to read.
Internet Slang Translator
Enter internet slang or IM acronyms such as idk, afk, blog, or lol and the dictionary will translate ur netspeak. It even handles l33t (just click the Translate Slang Button)
Internet Slang Dictionary
A guide to everyday acronyms and obscure abbreviations.
Some Examples Of Internet Slang:
a/s/l/r – age, sex, location, race
a1t – anyone there
a3 – anyplace, anywhere, anytime
aaf – as a friend
aak – Alive and Kicking
aamof – as a matter of fact
aatf – always and totally forever
abend – absent by enforced net deprivation
abft – About Fucking Time
m$ – Microsoft
m$wxp – Microsoft Windows XP
m&d – mom and dad
mego – my eyes glaze over
meh – whatever