June 23, 2007

TROTT's Radiotelephony Spelling Alphabet

Writing about web page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO_phonetic_alphabet

It's not a new concept, but here's my stab at a completely useless "phonetic" alphabet:

  • A for aye.
  • B for bee.
  • C for cue.
  • D for Djinni.
  • E for ewe.
  • F for fun.
  • G for gnome.
  • H for hour.
  • I for Ian.
  • J for jalapeno.
  • K for knight.
  • L for Llangollen.
  • M for mnemonic.
  • N for new.
  • O for ouija.
  • P for pneumatic.
  • Q for quay.
  • R for rest.
  • S for sea.
  • T for Tchaikovsky.
  • U for ubuntu.
  • V for veil.
  • W for why.
  • X for xu.
  • Y for you.
  • Z for zee/zed*.

* Whichever isn't used in you country (e.g. use "zed" for US and "zee" for UK)


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