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An acrostic is when the first letters of a name are used to form a proper word. This is not quite the same as an acronym, since an acronym doen't have to be a valid word. So an acrostic of No Doubt's "Just A Girl" would form the word Jag, but their song "Excuse Me Mr." would form EMM, which isn't a word. Acrostics are generally found in poetry where the first letter of each line is used to form a word.

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Latest Entries

The 20 most recent entries are listed below. There are 3094 entries in this section.

PITY : "Prove It To You" by Brittany Howard
Submitted by: Brian Kelly
CATS : "Cecilia and The Satellite" by Andrew McMahon
Submitted by: Lance Crackers
OH : "Outta Here" by Esmee Denters
Submitted by: BrilliantJ8
BIB : "Baby’s In Black" by The Beatles
Submitted by: BrilliantJ8
GAB : "Girls and Boys" by Blur
Submitted by: Rock Maninoff
JON : "Jetzt oder Nie" by Oomph!
Submitted by: Jay
HEH : "Hunter Eats Hunter" by Chevelle
Submitted by: Willow J.
BOB : "Blue On Blue" by Bobby Vinton
Submitted by: Old Man Edgar Winter
RAJ : "Romeo and Juliet" by Dire Straits
The Indian dude on The Big Bang Theory
Submitted by: Lance Crackers
SO : "Smooth Operator" by Sade
Submitted by: RedSimba
GRITS : "Ghost Riders In The Sky" by The Outlaw
Submitted by: Isac
COT : "Cup O' Tea" by Newsboys
Submitted by: Lance Crackers
COT : "Cup Of Tea" by The Verve Pipe
Submitted by: Lance Crackers
LAW : "L.A. Woman" by The Doors
Submitted by: Rock Maninoff
SIP : "Suicide Is Painless" by Johnny Mandel
The theme song of M*A*S*H
Submitted by: Lance Crackers
LIG : "Let It Go" by Idina Menzel
A British term meaning "to lie"
Submitted by: Sheila Oh
LO : "Lights Out" by Peter Wolf
As in "Lo and behold"
Submitted by: Lance Crackers
OY : "Oh, Yeah!" by Green Day
As in "oy vey", the Jewish word for "alas".
Submitted by: Opie M.
AB : "Alberto Balsalm" by Aphex Twin
Submitted by: All-Starr
IS : "I'm Shakin'" by Jack White
Submitted by: All-Starr

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