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Esperanto Internet age abbreviations?

Some Esperanto computer and internet slang can be found at this site: Komputeko. For example: LOL = MDR (multe da ridoj)
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Esperanto Internet age abbreviations?

Wiktionary has a category on internet slang: BKV: Bone, kaj vi? -> Good, and you? FDK: For de klavaro -> Away from keyboard GEVA: Google estas via amiko -> Google is your friend KVF: Kiel vi fartas? ...
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Is "ĝi estas bona" abbreviated to "estas bona" or "estas bone"?

This is an interesting and puzzling phenomenon I started exploring some time a go and still have not yet reached a conclusion, so I'll give more of an impression here than solid evidence. The rule in ...
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Month name abbreviations / mallongigoj de nomoj de monatoj

The latest version of the Common Locale Data Repository (maintained by Unicode) lists the following abbreviations for Esperanto: jan feb mar apr maj jun jul aŭg sep okt nov dec Those are the same ...
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Esperanto Internet age abbreviations?

I have most commonly seen: mdr - multe da ridoj (lots of laughs) -> "lol" equivalent. bv - bonvolu (please) -> this would be like "pls", but sounds less casual to me; as far as I know "bv." is a ...
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Esperanto terms and abbreviations for video game terminology

This requires an active subculture. Instead of abbreviating Vivopoentoj to Vp or V-pt in the software, one maybe should prefer "Vivo." hit=trafoj, mana=manao. In fact leaving those English ...
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KD and TTT – any other Esperantizations of global tech abbreviations?

Not really a list of abbreviations (not acronyms; an acronym is an abbreviation pronouncable as one word), but very useful, as it contains also a lot of abbreviations (I found all you examples with ...
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Ĉu iu ajn uzas pronomojn verbe?

Jes, kelkaj parolantoj uzas pronomojn verbe, kun la signifo: aparteni al la persono(j) difinita(j) de la pronomo: Tio miis, vi ne estus devinta ĝin preni! Se tiu domo mius, mi farbus ĝin tute malsame
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Abbreviations for organizations in Esperanto texts - in Esperanto or English?

I would stick to the English abbreviations and "spell them out" in Esperanto the first time you use them.
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