I'm looking for glossaries of commonly used Short Message Service
abbreviations in Spanish, French , Italian and German. Typical English
SMS abbreviations include "CUL8R" (see you later) and B4 (before). For
Spanish I know of only "TQ" (te quiero), "T2" (todos), and "SL2"
(saludos). I've done various Google searches using the keywords "SMS
slang dictionary glosary" in the respective languages, and I've found
references to publications of English SMS vocabulary (e.g.
http://es.gsmbox.com/news/mobile_news/all/50850.gsmbox) but nothing for
Spanish, French, Italian and German. Any links to SMS glossaries in
these languages would be appreciated.
-- Tim Buckwalter Senior Language Engineer AOL Mobile (formerly Tegic) 1000 Dexter Ave N, Suite 300 Seattle, WA 98109-3574 206.268.7552 phone 206.343.7004 fax 206.343.7001 front desk TimBuckwalter@aol.com www.tegic.com
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