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Re: Is there a dictionary for abbreviations like "WTF"?

> Hi,
>  I would like to resolve these many abbreviations today, as 
>     AKA (also known as)
>     WTF (???)
>     ...
>  So, is there any appropriate dictionary?  Thanks.
>  Andreas.

Install the "jargon" package. Then go to an info reader
(for example, start up emacs and type C-h i), and go to the
jargon menu (type m jargon ENTER).

Somewhere you'll find:

     the universal interrogative particle; WTF knows what it means?

joost witteveen     joostje@debian.org
I came, I saw, ..., well, it wasn't free so I left again. (LUA, 1988)

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