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Here is a list of short English words. Some of these have articles in Wikipedia, some don't. Not a few of them probably shouldn't have articles in Wikipedia--instead of an article titled "add," we should have one at addition. There are a number of acronyms, which are useful to have in an encyclopedia in that we want to use those acronyms mostly as pointer pages to encyclopedia articles about what the acronyms stand for. This list is not automatically updated.

One or two letters words: 2d, 3d, A, AA, Ab, Ac, Ad, Ag, Am, An, Ar, As, At, AU, B, Be, C, D, DC, E, F, G, Go, H, Hg, I, J, K, L, M, MM, N, Nu, O, P, Q, R, S, SF, SI, SS, T, TS, U, UC, US, V, W, X, Xe, Y, Yb, Yd, Z, Zn, Zr

Three letters words: AaA, ABC, Act, AdA, Ada, Adz, Aga, Age, Aid, Ail, Aim, Air, Aka, Ale, All, Amp, And, Ant, Any, Ape, Apr, Apt, Arc, Ark, Arm, Art, Ash, Ask, Asp, Ass, Aug, Auk, Aux, Ave, Awe, Awk, Awl, Axe, Aye, Bps, Bar, Bay, Bit, Bse, Car, Cow, Dna, Eye, Fax, Gay, Gnu, GoD, God, Gun, Hex, IAm, Inn, Ion, Law, Leo, NnN, Out, Rap, Rpm, SeT, Sea, Sed, Set, Sex, Sun, TeX, Tea, Tin, UuU, War, XfL, Yak, Yam, Yap, Yaw, Yen, Yes, Yet, Yew, Yin, Yob, You, Yuk, Zap, Zen, Zip, Zit, Zoo, ZzZ


Four letter words: 1040, 1909, 1952, 1964, 1977, 1984, 1999, 2000, 2001, ABBA, AbeL, Abel, Abet, Able, Acid, Acme, Acne, Acre, Adze, Aeon, Afar, Agar, Agog, Ague, Ahoy, Aide, Airy, Ajar, Akin, Alas, Alga, Ally, Alms, Aloe, Alto, Alum, Amen, Amid, Amir, Amok, Anal, Anew, Apex, Arab, Arch, Area, Aria, Arid, Arms, Army, Arse, Asap, Asia, Atom, Audi, Aunt, Aura, Auto, Aver, Aves, Avid, Avow, Awry, Axis, Axle, B-52, Bach, BalL, Bank, Bass, Bead, Beer, Bell, Bird, Bonn, Book, Calf, Chad, City, CodE, Code, Cuba, Data, Dock, Dune, Enya, Euro, Fear, FiLm, Fiji, Film, Fish, Flub, FoMa, Food, Ford, Free, Geek, Gobi, Gods, Gold, Guam, Gulf, HerA, Hera, Herb, Homo, Hurd, Inch, Iowa, Iran, Iraq, Iron, Isms, Java, Jazz, Jeep, Jews, Jlnd, JudO, Judo, Jung, King, Koto, Lake, Laos, Lead, Love, Mali, Mark, Mars, Mass, Math, MeaN, Meat, Mile, Mint, MoDe, Mode, Mojo, Mole, Moot, MppC, Nazi, Neon, Neva, Nile, Niue, Oboe, Ohio, Opel, Oslo, PaGe, Perl, Pipe, Play, Pope, Riga, RinG, Ring, Risk, Rome, Ruby, Saab, Sage, Seal, Seat, Sect, Sets, Ship, SiVa, Siam, Smog, Sony, Star, Stop, Tone, Tort, Troy, Unit, Unix, Urea, Uric, UtaH, Utah, Veal, Wiki, Wine, WolF, Word, Yang, Yank, Yard, Yarn, Yawn, Year, Yell, Yelp, Yoga, Yoke, Yolk, Yore, York, Your, Yowl, Yuan, Yuck, Zeal, Zero, Zest, ZeuS, Zeus, Zinc, Zing, Zits, Zone, Zoom, Zope, Zork, Zulu


Three letter apparent acronyms that _probably should_ be in Wikipedia:

AGM, AGR, ANC, AFC, AOB, AOL, BBC, BLM, BMW, BPM, BSD, CDU, CEO, CPU, CSU, DES, DIN, DNA, FDP, GDP, GNU, GPL, GPS, GUI, IBM, IMR, IOC, IRC, ISO, ITU, JFK, LA2, LMS, LSD, MD5, MIT, MTV, N64, NFL, NMD, NWA, NYC, OSI, PCM, PDA, PDS, PGP, PHP, RAM, RFC, RSA, SGI, SPD, STG, SUV, UCB, UPU, URL, XML, Y2K, YHA, YTS,

Four letter apparent acronyms that _probably should_ be in Wikipedia:

ACAS, AIDS, AMEX, ANSI, CFAF, ETSI, HTML, HTTP, IEEE, IETF, IHES, IKEA, INRI, IRIX, ISOC, LALR, LOGO, MIME, MPPC, NATO, OPEC, POP3, SEGA, UNIX, USSR, YMCA, YWCA,