Last modified on 9 August 2014, at 22:44

ABEND

See also: abend and Abend

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NounEdit

ABEND (plural ABENDs)

  1. Alternative spelling of abend

AcronymEdit

ABEND

  1. (Can we clean up(+) this sense?) Acronym of absent by enforced net deprivation.
    • 1992 February 1, "Meredith Lynne" (username), "Meredith goes ABEND", in alt.callahans, Usenet:
      It's true, I'm about to go ABEND. Absent By Enforced News Deprivation.
    • 1994 January 5, "Lydia M. Uribe" (username), "Paul Saunders could use some cheering up.... ", in alt.pub.coffeehouse.amethyst, Usenet:
      Folks, I just heard from Paul Saunders, another of our patrons who is ABEND at the moment.
    • 1998 May 37, "barbara trumpinski" (username), "kitten is ABEND", in alt.med.fibromyalgia, Usenet:
      ABEND when translated means i had a VERY crappy 5 day weekend and now i am WAY behind at work and i won't be around for awhile till i catch up.
    • 1999 February 17, "Dr. Charlie" (username), "Re: Dr.L is a fraud and her callers are fools!!", in alt.radio.talk.dr-laura, Usenet:
      Unfortunately she is ABEND. Some of us Jackals have been taking turns filling in during her absence.

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