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Some Commonly Used English Words You May Not Know Their Meanings.


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The English language is very interesting and I have never regretted my obsession with it. I found this very interesting after a friend of mine shared it with me and I know you will find it very interesting too. The most amazing part is that these words are not acronyms but are treated as such. Just check them out:
  • Newspaper: ​North East West South past and present events report.​
  • Chess: ​Chariot, Horse, Elephant, Soldiers.​
  • Cold: ​Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease.​ ​
  • Joke : ​Joy of Kids Entertainment.​
  • Aim: ​Ambition in Mind.​
  • Date: ​Day and Time Evolution.​
  • Eat: ​Energy and Taste.​
  • Tea: ​Taste and Energy Admitted.​
  • Pen: ​Power Enriched in Nib.​
  • Smile: ​Sweet Memories In Lips Expression.
  • Etc. ​End of Thinking Capacity​
  • OK: ​Objection Killed​.
  • Or: ​​Orl Korec (Greek Word)​
  • Bye: Be with You Everytime




  1. The acronym information is concocted and full of incorrect origin. Not expected of a learning site.

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  2. It's more correct to write OK because it is actually an acronym. OK stands for “oll korrect”, or “all correct”

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