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COMMON SHORT FORMS USED IN WHATSAPP

COMMON SHORT FORMS USED IN WHATSAPP
Written by Ashwini Bhati

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200 Short forms of words used in WhatsApp and text messages

Hi, Welcome to my blog. Today I want to show you 200 of the most commonly used abbreviations and shorthand on WhatsApp. In other words, Know all the short forms used in WhatsApp.

The rate at which abbreviations are used in today’s fast-paced environment is at an all-time high. Above all using short forms makes messaging quite fast and easy. 

For instance, below is a detailed list of the most common short forms used in WhatsApp; moreover in addition to these abbreviations are their exact meanings.

No one likes to feel left out, now no one has to, therefore, here is this updated list of abbreviations used in WhatsApp chat everyone can use for easy text conversation. Short terms can be used by anyone, but if you don’t know the correct use of them then you could be trap in a tricky situation.

For instance, it is quite common to see the abbreviation “LOL” being used as the phrase “Lots of love”, however, this is incorrect. The correct meaning of LOL is “Laughing out loud”. However, easy mix-ups like that one are avoidable if you are aware of what to use when?

Further, to clarify and to save your time and effort, below is a list of abbreviations used in WhatsApp chat; Simply refer to this list anytime you find yourself uncertain.

COMMON SHORT FORMS USED IN WHATSAPP

List:

  1. IMO – In my opinion
  2. JIC – Just in case
  3. WTH – What the h*ll
  4. A3 – Anywhere, anytime, any place
  5. BC – Be cool
  6. BM – Bite me
  7. B4 – Before
  8. Bc or B/C – Because
  9. BB – Bye Bye
  10. BD – Big deal
  11. BF – Boyfriend, or best friend
  12. BG – Big grin
  13. B/W – Between
  14. CU – See you
  15. DM – Direct message
  16. KMP – Keep me posted
  17. DL – Dead link
  18. EM – Email
  19. FB – Facebook
  20. GF – Girlfriend
  21. GG – Good game
  22. GM – Good morning
  23. GN – Goodnight
  24. CYL – Call you later
  25. HF – Have fun
  26. HU – Hug you
  27. IC – I see
  28. IS – I’m sorry
  29. IM – Instant message
  30. JJ – Just joking
  31. JK – Just kidding
  32. KK – Okay cool
  33. KU – Kiss you
  34. L8 – Late
  35. LU – Love you
  36. LI – LinkedIn
  37. MT – Modified tweet
  38. M/F – Male/Female
  39. M8 – Mate
  40. MU – Miss you
  41. NP – No problem
  42. OH – Overheard
  43. O3 – Out of office
  44. OT – Off topic
  45. OP – Original poster
  46. PM – Private message
  47. R8 – Right
  48. RT – Retweet
  49. RL – Real life
  50. SD – Sweet dreams
  51. SS – So sorry
  52. SU – Shut up
  53. TY – Thank you
  54. TC – Take care
  55. ASAP – As soon as possible
  56. AKA – Also known as
  57. BTW – By the way
  58. BOT – Back on topic
  59. CTS – Changing the subject
  60. DIY – Do it yourself
  61. F2F – Face to face
  62. FYEO – For your eyes only
  63. G2B – Going to bed
  64. GTG – Got to go
  65. IDC – I don’t care
  66. L8R – Later
  67. LMK – Let me know
  68. S2R – Send to receive
  69. TMI – Too much information
  70. WTF – What the f*CK
  71. SMH – Shaking my head
  72. ASL – Age/Sex/Location
  73. HTH – Here to help (can also be used as happy to help)
  74. IRL – In real life
  75. ITT – In this thread
  76. LDR – Long distance relationship
  77. NVM – Nevermind
  78. Pic – Picture
  79. PPL – People
  80. PLZ – Please
  81. TTYL – Talk to you later
  82. W8 – Wait
  83. YW – You’re welcome
  84. AFK – Away from the keyboard
  85. BMT – Before my time
  86. HBU – How about you
  87. LMS – Like my status
  88. POS/SOS – Parents on shoulder/Someone on shoulder
  89. BRB – Be right back
  90. FYI – For your information
  91. GR8 – Great
  92. LOL – Laughing out loud
  93. LMAO – Laughing my a*s off
  94. MSG – Message
  95. IDK – I do not know
  96. NSFW – Not safe for work
  97. AFC – Away from the computer
  98. CYS – Check your settings
  99. FWD – Forward
  100. DND – Do not disturb
  101. HAND – Have a nice day
  102. JAM – Just a minute
  103. LMA – Leave me alone
  104. OMG – Oh my god
  105. TXT – Text
  106. OMW – On my way
  107. TTYS – Talk to you soon
  108. AAB – Average at best
  109. ADL – All day long
  110. AEAP – As early as possible
  111. BBIAB – Be back in a bit
  112. CYA – See you again
  113. FWIW – For what it’s worth
  114. GIYF – Google is your friend
  115. ICYDK – In case you didn’t know
  116. ILY – I love you
  117. IUDMMA – If you don’t mind me asking
  118. LTNS – Long time no see
  119. MYOB – Mind your own business
  120. STR8 – Straight
  121. WB – Welcome back
  122. WDUWTA – What do you want to talk about
  123. 1NAM – One in a million
  124. BFF – Best friend forever
  125. BEG – Big evil grin
  126. CYO – See you online
  127. DQMOT – Don’t quote me on this
  128. HMU – Hit me up
  129. WRU – Who are you
  130. BBL – Be back later
  131. EOS – End of story
  132. GAL – Get a life
  133. LMHO – Laughing my head off
  134. Q4U – Question for you
  135. 5N – Fine
  136. KYP – Keep you posted
  137. ORLY – Oh really
  138. YT – Youtube
  139. AAK – Alive and kicking
  140. ANY1– Anyone
  141. BFN – Bye for now
  142. Dunno – Do not know
  143. FTL – For the loss
  144. GFY – Good for you
  145. GTH – Go to h*ll
  146. ICQ – I seek you
  147. JOOC – Just out of curiosity
  148. NE1 – Anyone
  149. NOYB – None of your business
  150. SRY – Sorry
  151. SWW – Sorry wrong window
  152. SUP – What’s up
  153. TG – That’s great
  154. TIA – Thanks in advance
  155. YCM – You copied me
  156. 2MORO – Tomorrow
  157. ASIC – As soon as I can
  158. BAU – Business as usual
  159. DIKU – Do I know you
  160. GNASD – Goodnight and sweet dreams
  161. PMSL – P*ssing myself laughing
  162. YSIC – Why should I care
  163. AAMOF – As a matter of fact
  164. CUL – See you later
  165. FAQ – Frequently asked questions
  166. LAM – Leave a message
  167. TCO – Taken care of
  168. TYT – Take your time
  169. Fab – Fabulous
  170. ROFL – Rolling on the floor laughing
  171. THX – Thanks
  172. AAR – At any rate
  173. AEAE – And ever and ever
  174. BBS – Be back soon
  175. EOM – End of message
  176. GBTW – Get back to work
  177. Gonna/Gunna – Going to
  178. IDGI – I don’t get it
  179. NWS – Not work safe
  180. RIP – Rest in peace
  181. Sec – Second
  182. Tho – Though
  183. WD – Well done
  184. YSVW – You are so very welcome
  185. 2N8 – Tonight
  186. BMS – Blew my sh*t
  187. EMFBI – Excuse me for butting in
  188. 404 – No clue
  189. RSVP – Response requested
  190. LLAH – Laughing like a hyena
  191. IIRC = If I recall correctly
  192. FTW – For the win
  193. Cuz/Coz/Cause – Because
  194. AFAIC – As far as I’m concerned
  195. BA3 – Battery
  196. LNG – Long
  197. CFY – Calling for you
  198. W8AM – Wait a minute
  199. IACL – I am currently laugh

Feeling overpowered? Try not to stress! You don’t need to remember the whole rundown. On the other hand, Remove the pressure from web-based associating by utilizing the above list as a correspondence control. 

 

Meanwhile, if you recall or know about abbreviations that didn’t make this list, recollect GIYF! 

 

Moreover, don’t hesitate to drop a remark underneath on the off chance that you have any inquiries or simply need to make proper acquaintance. 

 

Above all, keep in mind: Include your country in certain enclosures, as:

[USA] – The significance of: LOL 

 

Or then again maybe… 

 

[India] – The significance of WKR 

 

In other words, this way I can help you somewhat better. This is to say I can relate with your country and the significance of some abbreviations used there, for better clarification.

 

In conclusion, I would say never stop learning no matter how old you are getting. Try to grab information knowledge from wherever you can. Return soon and get familiar with some more interesting facts.

 

 

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