Here are 50 commonly used short forms of words used in WhatsApp:

  1. LOL – Laugh out loud
  2. BRB – Be right back
  3. OMG – Oh my God
  4. IDK – I don’t know
  5. GTG – Got to go
  6. FYI – For your information
  7. ASAP – As soon as possible
  8. BTW – By the way
  9. JK – Just kidding
  10. TTYL – Talk to you later
  11. LMK – Let me know
  12. BFF – Best friends forever
  13. IMO – In my opinion
  14. AFAIK – As far as I know
  15. THX – Thanks
  16. NP – No problem
  17. TBT – Throwback Thursday
  18. LMAO – Laughing my ass off
  19. OMW – On my way
  20. WYD – What you doing?
  21. ROFL – Rolling on the floor laughing
  22. NVM – Never mind
  23. HBD – Happy birthday
  24. RN – Right now
  25. FYR – For your reference
  26. ICYMI – In case you missed it
  27. YOLO – You only live once
  28. TBH – To be honest
  29. IMO – In my opinion
  30. IDC – I don’t care
  31. WBU – What about you?
  32. RN – Right now
  33. 2nite – Tonight
  34. SRY – Sorry
  35. TMI – Too much information
  36. BAE – Before anyone else
  37. W8 – Wait
  38. SMH – Shaking my head
  39. YOLO – You only live once
  40. B4 – Before
  41. THO – Though
  42. HBU – How about you?
  43. L8R – Later
  44. IDGAF – I don’t give a fuck
  45. GR8 – Great
  46. HBU – How about you?
  47. TMRW – Tomorrow
  48. XOXO – Hugs and kisses
  49. BDAY – Birthday
  50. 2MORO – Tomorrow

Also here are few words too

  1. b4 = before
  2. BTW = by the way
  3. BRB = be right back
  4. CU = see you
  5. FYI = for your information
  6. GL = good luck
  7. GN = good night
  8. LOL = laugh out loud
  9. OMG = oh my God
  10. PLS = please
  11. ROFL = rolling on the floor laughing
  12. TBH = to be honest
  13. TGIF = thank God it’s Friday
  14. U = you
  15. WTF = what the f*ck
  16. WTH = what the heck
  17. WYD = what are you doing?
  18. YW = you’re welcome

These are just a few examples of short forms of words that are commonly used in WhatsApp. There are many others, and new ones are being created all the time.

Please note that while these short forms are commonly used in casual conversations on platforms like WhatsApp, it’s important to use them appropriately and consider the context in more formal settings.

By Velu

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