Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by jesus freak, Nov 14, 2011.
Just courios about the abrivitions I see, like DH and DW what do they mean?
Dear Husband or Dear Wife. Of course, the "D" could stand for something else if you are not happy with your spouse.
When I first joined BYC it took me awhile to figure out the 'D' part. I was horrified at first, then I asked mom and she explained.
I thought it was the initials of the poster's relative at first. It took me ages looking at the context trying to figure out if this 'DH' was an aunt, a cousin, a brother, a child...
Also DD, DS, DMIL, DFIL,(Dead Daughter, Dear son, Dear Mother-in-law, Dear Father-in-law)-- you can get the whole famn damily in there.
Thanks for the insight- now to figure out all those chicken breeds, some I know - some I dont.
RIR, EE, BA, etc.
Then there are the turkeys, peas, ducks, etc!
Chicken / Abbreviation Dictionary / BYC Terms:
From the FAQ section in the Index.
I had to google what DH and DW mean.