from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The letter w.
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- n. The name of the Latin script letter W/w.
- n. The WC; the toilet.
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- n. the 23rd letter of the Roman alphabet
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Yes | No | Report from double-u wrote 9 weeks 5 days ago
Yes | No | Report from double-u wrote 12 weeks 5 days ago
Yes | No | Report from double-u wrote 12 weeks 6 days ago carbon clothing certainly cant hurt.
Yes | No | Report from double-u wrote 10 weeks 14 hours ago
More than this, the press of enunciation is aimed toward the very object of its own discursive gesture across the drift from the phonetically denominated "double-u" to its single and more immediately recognized graphic variant.
It is also curious that the letter w is called double-u in english.
His efforts to vault lingually over the first "double-u" excited much mirth.
Old-English, V is the same letter as U, and these two V's stand for double-u, or W-- for Walter.
WWW "double-u double-u double-u", then it's best to call it an initialism.
A.W.O.L., could be pronounced by its initial letters ("ay double-u oh ell") or acronymically ("ay-wol").