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A hypocorism (/haɪˈpɒkərɪzəm/ hy-POK-ər-iz-əm; from Ancient Greek: ὑποκόρισμα (hypokorisma), from ὑποκορίζεσθαι (hypokorizesthai), ‘to use child-talk’), also called a hypocoristicon, is a diminutive form of a name. Hypocorisms include pet names or calling names, often a diminutive or augmentative form of a word or given name when used as a nickname or term of endearment.
Johannes – Jan, Jannie, Jonnie, Hans, HannesStefan – Steve, Stef, FanieGerhardus – Gert, Gerrie, Gêr, Hardus, GerhardPeter – Piet, PietaJakobus – Jak, Jako, Kobus, Kobie
The traditional hypocoristic forms of Bulgarian masculine names end with “-cho”, for example: Ivan – Ivancho – Vancho, Stoyan – Stoyancho, Petur – Peturcho, Angel – Angelcho. The traditional hypocoristic forms of Bulgarian feminine names end with “-ka”, for example: Ivana – Ivanka, Snezhana – Snezhanka, Bozhana – Bozhanka. In recent times, however, the hypocoristic forms of many Bulgarian names receive English and Russian endings, for example:
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Allied Communication Procedures is the set of manuals and supplements published by the Combined Communications Electronics Board that prescribe the methods and standards to be used while conducting visual, audible, radiotelegraph, and radiotelephone communications within NATO member nations. These procedures relate to procedure words, radiotelephony procedure, Allied Military phonetic spelling alphabets, plain language radio checks, the 16-line message format (radiogram), and others.
Throughout the Cold War, the list of procedures was extensive (see Combined Communications Electronics Board#Allied Communications Publications), but has been pared down to simplify the training required of communications personnel and others who must know the procedures.