Saurabh Fictionary

This page will list dictionary of various terminology, expression, and abbreviation common for all stories feature on this website, for familiarization and deepened understanding of the same. More will be added all the time…

the same – used to designate indication in some sentence that refers to element previously mention.
E.g. “Ashish found lot of money on floor of street, and picked up the same.”

needful – necessary or needful action which has been indicate or establish at previous point, which should be taken in order to ensure proper procedure and due protocol be performed on the same.
E.g. “Please see attached document and perform the needful. Thank you.”

please revert – polite expression which is use to indicate desire for an action to be perform on certain item or task, and sent back to original sender of it w/ updates of the same; commonly used in correspondences via email in process of conducting business conversation or various actions relating to it.
E.g. “Attached you will find one document for you to review and make changes. Please revert, and let us know if you have any question or doubt.”

various  – used to indicate plethora of particular items when depicted in fictional settings.
E.g. “Guitar is musical instrument which is depict in various musical genre, music video, and even during live concert performance of the same.”

desirous – emotional feeling to depict strong emotional desire and carnality in regard to other individual, typically of sexual, romantic, loving, or forbidden natures.
E.g. “Bnta was desirous of exotic, attractive male individual who were tending to plumbing/piping issues in boiler room in basement of house, and was unsure of whether or not to act on the same.”

common for all – used to designate a quality or attribute of a thing that is commonly associated with various other objects which share this quality. Alternatively, this is used to demonstrate that a thing is shared by all living creature; can also be written “common 4 all” in IM or even emailing.
E.g. “Sky is common for all.”

oh, ok – appropriate expression of response to convey understanding and comprehension of some explanation, typically during conversation or meeting, when previous understanding didn’t even exist for it.
E.g. “Bob: In order to complete your assignment, you must open up proper application, do the needful, and sign off on the same. You have to do it otherwise it will be flagged as incomplete, and will reflect poorly on your records!
Ashish: Oh, ok.”

ohk – abbreviation of “oh, ok,” used when snappier response is more appropriate, and for efficiency. To be used typically as a response to an explanation where explainer is merely reminding explainee of something that is already and/or previously known, and thus “ohk” is quicker response for it.
E.g. “Todd: You forgot to pay your monthly rent, man. Make sure you pay it.
Ashish: Ohk.”

k – expression which is even more greatly abbreviated of previous entries “oh, ok” and “ohk.” It is considered a masterful response to convey ultimate understanding and comprehension, and is best suited after longer, detailed explanations with many details and intricacies regarding the same.
E.g. “k.”

cal – abbreviation for ‘calendar,’ which is beneficial for use in office setting.
E.g. “Bnta made sure to check cal for availability of upcoming meeting time.”

off – abbreviation for ‘office,’ which is additionally beneficial for usage in office setting(s).
E.g. “Bnta checked on cal to see if Todd was in off, but couldn’t even find it.”

wk – abbreviation which is considered advanced in nature, as it is used to depict either “work” or even “week” ; especially helpful in email and instant message (IM) correspondences.
E.g. “R u working in off this wk? I have to know when to come into wk. Thank you.”

GM – standard abbreviation used for good morning, which specific use via email and/or instant message (IM) correspondences.

VG – standard abbrev. commonly use for ‘Very Good,’ primarily during email and/or other electronic correspondences of the same, such as instant message program.

hi – standard formal greeting to be used either in person or even in digital medium such as IM or emailing, or even in traditional mailing options.

yo – standard informal greeting to be used either in person or even in digital medium such as IM or emailing, or even in traditional mailing options; typically used by younger demographic of individual.

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