- n. Plural form of initial.
- n. plurale tantum An abbreviation of a person's name, constructed by taking the initial letters of first, last, and sometimes middle name. See monogram
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The first letters of a person's first and last name, and sometimes also the first letters of the middle name or names.
“First, let's pass NULL for the initials to see if they are properly corrected: mysql > set @initials: = null;”
“Well, this explains why my crabon frame is from Ecialized, which I thought meant something in Italian initials, like Wilier.”
“Likewise, MBA students whose first or last name began with a C or a D tended to end up with lower grade-point averages, and law students with A or B in their initials tended to end up at better-ranked programs than those whose initials included a C or a D. Students with initials from the very beginning of the alphabet did not, however, earn higher grades than those with grade-irrelevant initials.”
“SS (somehow I think your name and its initials is no accident). â€”
“SS (somehow I think your name and its initials is no accident).”
“I know someone who is known as Piggy, for his name initials P.G., guess how P.G. Wodehouse would have reacted to this, by the way he was called Plum by friends.”
“What is the meaning of this new riddle of the technological age, carved in initials?”
“(PRI in Spanish initials), which until 2000 had ruled the country for 7 decades.”
“Not that it matters, but … I’m betting it’s d.r. hunt, as in initials, instead of dr hunt.”
“CAE: my married name initials (hence my husband's pseudonym of Mr E Man).”
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The omission of a sound, letter, or syllable from a word.
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