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What do I put for initials?
Generally, you use the first letter of your first and the first letter of your last name as your initials, but you can also include the first letter of your middle name or maiden name, or more than one letter from one of the names (e.g. someone with the last name DiAmico using both D and A).
How do you write initials?
Traditionally, the first letters of their first, last and middle name are used, in that order. For couples, if they share their last name, the last name remains in the middle with the initials of their first names on the left and right side.
What are person initials?
The first letters of the person’s first name, middle name, and last name.
How do I initial my name?
If someone asks you to initial a form, they’re asking you to sign by writing your initials on it. If your name is Inna Instant, you would write I.I., and you’d probably write it really quick! The first draft of a paper might be called your initial pass at getting your ideas down.
Do initials have dots?
Initials require no periods when someone has come to be known by initials alone (JFK, LBJ, etc.). Mary Jane is MJ. However, formal manuscripts probably need the periods. But if you’re following Chicago, you also want a space between the initials: O. J.
What’s your middle initial?
In several cultures, a middle name is a portion of a personal name that is written between the person’s first given name and their surname. A middle name is often abbreviated and is then called middle initial or just initial.
What are initials names?
Initials are the capital letters which begin each word of a name. For example, if your full name is Michael Dennis Stocks, your initials will be M. D. S.
Is initial first name?
The first letter of your name is your initial. The first thing you say to someone is your initial greeting. Initial is something that occurs first or at the beginning. If someone asks you to initial a form, they’re asking you to sign by writing your initials on it.
Do initials have full stops?
A person’s initials are a kind of abbreviation, and these are usually followed by full stops: John D. Rockefeller, C. Aubrey Smith, O. J. Simpson. Increasingly, however, there is a tendency to write such initials without full stops: John D Rockefeller, C Aubrey Smith, O J Simpson.