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Abbreviation Meaning
1001 Nex
2H Two-handed sword

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Abbreviation Meaning
AB, AB-er Anti-ban, Anti-botter
Ab2 Abandoned floors set 2 (floors 30 to 35)
Abby AbyssalAberrant SpectresAbyssal whipAbyssal demon
Abn Arcane blast necklaceAbandoned floors in general
Abs Armadyl battlestaff
Ac Anti-crash (usually for bosses or group Wilderness fights)
Acp Armadyl chestplate
Acs Armadyl chainskirt
Addy Adamant
Ads Anti-Dragon shield
Ags Armadyl godsword
Air(s) Air rune
Alch(ing), Al Using an alchemy spell to convert items into gold using either Low or High Level Alchemy
Ammy, Amm(s) Amulet
Ancients Ancient Magicks
Anti poison cureAnti-dragon shieldAntifireSuper antifire
AntiP, Ap, SuperAP Anti-poisonSuper Antipoison potions
AoG Armies of Gielinor, an online multiplayer game on FunOrb. It is based on the world ofRuneScape.
Aquas Aquanites
Arc, Arcane

Arcane Spirit Shield

Ardy Ardougne
Arma Armadyl
Asg Asgarnia
Asn Arcane stream necklace
Assist Assist System (usually found while Runecrafting or opening an Effigy)
Atk, Attk, Att AttackAttacker role in Barbarian Assault
Ats About to sprout, referring to the Evil tree Distraction and Diversion, where a new Evil Tree sapling is about to sprout.
Ava, Ava's Avatar of Creation or of Destruction found in Soul WarsAva's attractoraccumulator, or alerter,Clan Avatar
Avs, Avies, Avys Aviansie
Az Armoured zombies

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Abbreviation Meaning
B2B Back to back, used when referring to special attacks that succeed, or valuable drops from a monster; Bones to Bananas.
B2P/BTP Bones to Peaches.
BA Barbarian Assault or Battleaxe.
Bankstanding Socialising with other players in a populated area such as a bank or the Grand Exchange.
Barb BarbarianBarb-tail harpoonGunnarsgrunn (previously known as Barbarian Village)
Barrage Ice BarrageSmoke BarrageShadow BarrageBlood Barrage, (usually Ice Barrage).
Barrowing Playing the Barrows minigame.
Baxe Battleaxe.
BB Blue Base (Stealing Creation) or big bones.
BBV, BV, BBvill, Barb vill Gunnarsgrunn (previously known as the Barbarian Village).
Bbones/Bbns Big bones
Bcp Bandos chestplate
BF Blast Furnace
B gloves Culinaromancer's gloves 10, after their old nickname, "Barrows gloves"
Bgs Bandos godsword
Bh Bounty HunterBandos helmet
BK Bot kill(ing) (Player killing bots in the Wilderness)
BKK(er) Bot Killer Kill(er)
Blitz Ice Blitz
Blk Black
Box Fighting rules at Duel Arena, when no equipment is used
Br, brz Bronze
Brac, Brace Bracelet
Brassy Verac's brassard (Armour)
Broads Broad-tipped bolts (Ranged ammunition)
BS/BSer Bow strings, bank sale, back stabber (usually used in wildy)
B sale, Bsale Bank sale, big sale
Bsk, Bskr, Zerker, Berz Berserker
BSS Blessed spirit shield
BWS Bandos warshield
BXP/BXW/BXPW Bonus XP Weekend

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Abbreviation Meaning
C(number 1-6)

Complexity (Dungeoneering); usually refers to either Complexity 1 or 6. Can also refer to the class of clay, resources or sacred clay objects in Stealing Creation, up to 5.

CA Chaos altar temple (popular for clan player killing).
Cammy, Cam Camelot
CHop, Clhp Clan Hopping, meaning to join a clan and quit then join another one and quit.
Cathy, Cath Catherby
Cav, cavvy's Cavalier hats
Cball Cannonball
Cb, Cb lvl, Cbt Combat (level)
CC Clan CampClan chat; before Clan Chat was implemented, for Player killing in the old Wilderness it meant "change channel" or world, teams changing worlds commonly used this, e.g. "Cc 17". Can also refer to a Christmas cracker.
CCB Chaotic crossbow
CDBF Chaos Dwarf Battlefield, the location of Chaos dwarf hand cannoneers.
Chins, chinning Chinchompas, or the act of hunting/using chinchompas.
Charges Refers to the charges in the Fist of Guthix minigame.
Citi, Cita, Cit Clan Citadels
Cnoob A high-level player who acts like a Noob; a Jagex moderator's normal player account.
Claws , D Claw(s) Dragon claws
CL, clost Connection lost. The more commonly used term is D/C; see the D section.
Clue Clue scroll
Clueing Attempting to get a Clue scroll for a period of time, or doing a Treasure trail.
Clwars, clw Clan Wars
Cls Chaotic longsword
Cm, C maul , Maul Chaotic maul
Cma Corrupted Morrigan's throwing axe
Cmb, Combat Combat (level)
Comp/Compl Completionist cape
Con, Cons ConstructionConstitutionConfidence trick.
Corp, CB Corporeal Beast
CS CoinShareCustomer supportClue scroll.
Ct, Cts Chaos Tunnels
Cr, Crapier Chaotic rapier
Crash Stealing a person or group's kills at a multicombat boss (like God Wars DungeonTormented demonsDagannoth Kings).
Crys Crystal
CW, CWA, cwars

Castle WarsClan Wars, change worlds (CW).

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Abbreviation Meaning
D/Drag (weapon/armour name) Dragon. Applies to the dragon two-handed sword (D2h), dragon battleaxe (Dba), dragon boots(Dboots), dragon hatchet (Dhatchet, Daxe), dragon chainbody (Dchain), dragon pickaxe (Dpick),dragon full helm (Dfh, Dfull), dragon helm (Dmed), dragon platelegs (Dlegs), dragon plateskirt(Dskirt), dragon longsword (Dlong), dragon platebody (Dplate, Dpl8).
D2H Dragon two-handed sword
Da, Duely Duel Arenaring of duelling
Dag, Dagg, Daggy Dagannothdagger
Dbones Dragon bones
DD Dragon dagger, death dot (see below), dragon defender (more commonly known as ddef)
DD+, DDP+ Dragon dagger extra poisoned; sometimes mistakenly used instead of DDP++
DDH Death dot heal.
DDP Dragon dagger poisoned
DDS, DDP++ Dragon dagger super poisoned
DDSing, DDSer, DDS Duelling by using 4 Dragon dagger (p++)special attacks then switching to another weapon, usually an Abyssal whip. A person who uses this tactic is often called a DDSer.
Death dot, DD A multicombat player killing tactic where a number of players stand on the same square, making them appear as one player on the minimap.
De Dead end, usually used in Dungeoneering.
Denk Dead end, no key, a term used in Dungeoneering stating that there is no key in a recently-reached dead end room.
Dewk Dead end, with key, a term used in Dungeoneering stating that there is a key in a recently-reached dead end room.
Def DefenceDefender
Def noob, Defence noob Insult directed towards players with high Defence or players who wear armour (particularly in free-to-play worlds where dealing damage through armour is much more difficult than it is in pay-to-play worlds). Usually used in the context of PvP.
Def tank, Defence tank Player with a Defence level of upwards of 90 or higher. Usually a player who is not pure and has Defence as one of their highest combat skills.
Dfs, Dfsm, Dfsr Dragonfire shield (melee)Dragonfire shield (magic)Dragonfire shield (ranged).  Sometimes erroneously used for Anti-dragon shield
DGN Dragon-Granite noob. A pejorative term used to describe one who wears a dragon med helm,granite body, and dragon platelegs or a skirt, partly because they are commonly worn by combatbots.
Dh axe Dharok's Greataxe
D hide, D'hide Dragon hide
Dharok'ing, Dh'ing Getting one's life points as low as possible while in full Dharok's to maximise damage inflicted in battle. Often accompanied with Protection prayers.
Divine, Divy, Div Divine spirit shield
DK Dorgesh-Kaan
DK, DKs Dagannoth Kings
DL Darklight
DM/Dm Deathmatch
Dp Drop party, drop potential, death potential, door partner (to get past the doors in the Waterbirth Island Dungeon).
DPS Damage Per Second (amount of damage dealt over time)
Dino Short for dinosaur. Used to refer to the Bovimastyx.
Drag Dragon, either the type of armour or the monster
DS Dragon spear, Double shot (mainly used in reference to the dark bow and magic shortbow),dragon scimitar
D scimmy, D scim, Dragon scimmy Dragon scimitar
DT Desert TreasureDominion Tower
Dning, Dung, Dungy, Dungeon, Dunge, Dg, Dunging Dungeoneering
Dusties, Dusts Dust devils
Dwf Dark Warriors' Fortress

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Abbreviation Meaning
Ecto, Ecty EctofuntusEctophial
Edge, Edgy Edgeville
Ee, Eee Enhanced excalibur (Eee can refer to the second enchancement after Seers' Village Elite Tasks).
EEK Eagle-eye kiteshield
Ele' Elegant clothing
Ely, ESS Elysian spirit shield
Emmy Emerald
Emote Emote (animation)
Ess, Pess, P-ess Rune or pure essence (for variants with P).
Etc., etce Etceteria
EOC, EoC Evolution of Combat
Excal Enhanced excalibur

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F(number), NF(number) Floor number in Daemonheim. The N variant stands for "Need floor".
F2P, F2Pers, Ftp, Freers Non-members (Free-to-play).
Fally Falador.
Farcaster/FC Someone who casts a "hold" spell and doesn't go face-to-face with another player (often used with Ancient Magicks).
Fc/Fcc Friends chat channel.
Ff Fish FlingersFaithful shield.
FFA Free for all. Person who deals the most damage gets the drop.
FI/Fall/Fi Fall in, used to get people to follow a leader into a war or battle orplayer killing trip.
Fist, FoG Fist of Guthix.
Flat A term used to describe having 99 AttackConstitutionDefence and Strength.
Flip(ing) trading term that refers to buying an item and then, within a short period of time, selling it for a profit.
FM FiremakingFarmingForum moderatorFish mask.
FMod Forum moderator.
Focus Focus sight.
Fogging Playing Fist of Guthix.
Frag(s) Soul fragments used in the Soul Wars minigame; fragments in Stealing Creation.
Fraw(s) Free raws, when at a fishing spot (i.e. trout and salmon).
Fremmy, Frem Fremennik.
Froob Free-to-play noob.
Full Complete set that usually consists of a helm, shield, body piece and leg piece (such as full dragon armour); or inventory being full (e.g. picking flax).
Funning Duelling for fun (possible rules and no stake).

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Abbreviation Meaning
G axe, Gr8 axe Dharok's greataxe
GB Group Bank, usually when doing bosses such as the Corporeal Beast to suggest everyone banks at the same time then regroups; God Book, God bird (usually used when saying "God bird egg")
GD Green dragonGreater demonGuardian door (Dungeoneering)
GDZ Greater demons (deep wilderness location)
GE, G.E. Grand Exchange
GG General GraardorGunnar's Ground, Good Game
GH Green Hill (Wilderness, popular Player Killing spot)
GGS Group gatestone
Glory Amulet of glory
Gmaul Granite maul
Gmace Granite Mace
G Legs Granite legs
GOP Great Orb Project
G2H Gravite 2h sword
GP, Geepee(s) Gold pieces
Gold sink Removal of an in-game item (that holds a monetary value) or currency. For example; training Prayer through the usage of a guilded altar is considered a gold sink. 
GR Ghostly robes
GRS Greater runic staff
GS GodswordGatestone
Gsb Gravite shortbow
GS'ed Left a Gatestone (uses "Gatestone," or "GS," as a verb)
G Spear Guthan's warspear
Guth, Gth Guthix, or Guthan's
GV Group Vengeance

God Wars Dungeon

Gws Game was a success (PKers language, mostly said after a war is won)

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Abbreviation Meaning
Hally Halberd
Hellies, Hells, HH Hellhounds
Helm Helmet
Hemmy, Hemi HemensterHeim crab
Herb, Herby Herblore
Hex HexcrestHexhunter bow
H, HF Used to advertise a Dungeoneering floor you are hosting. Example: H39, HF39
HHB Hexhunter bow
Hilt Godsword hilt
Hillies, Hills, Hillys Hill giants
HLF High level forums, forums which can only be accessed by having an account with level 99 in all skills.
Hop To exit to the lobby and then change worlds
Horn team A team in Barbarian Assault that plans to only go up to wave 5 or 6, then disband, to fill up apenance horn quickly.
HP Hitpoints. Could be used to refer to a player's Constitution level, an amount of Lifepoints, or toHitpoints as it was before the 3 March2010 updates
HPK Honour PKing (See also: NH)
HT Home teleport, Horn team in Barbarian Assault
Hybrid A player who fights with more than one point on the Combat Triangle

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Abbreviation Meaning
Iggy, Ignore Ignore list. Can be used as a verb, e.g. "Iggy'd" to mean "added to my ignore list".
Inv, Invy, Invo Inventory
Inv Me Invite Me (when asking to join a Dungeoneering party or a Clan Chat)

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Abbreviation Meaning
Jad TzTok-Jad/TokHaar-Jad
Janitor A player who collects monster or player drops that were left behind
Jmc Join my clan
Jml Join me later
JMod Jagex moderator
Jw Jumping worlds

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Abbreviation Meaning
K kilo meaning 1,000 (e.g.: 10K=10,000)/kilogram, thousands of gold pieces)
K0, KO Knock-out, instant kill
KB, Kbase Knowledge Base, former name for Game Guide
KBD King Black Dragon
KC Kill count
Kelda, Keldy Keldagrim
Kite Kiteshield
KJ Kill jacked
KK Kalphite King
KQ Kalphite Queen
Korasi's, KS, KSW, K sword Korasi's sword

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Abbreviation Meaning
L Jack/Lumb Jack Lumberjack clothing
Large Full helm, Large dungeoneering floor
Law(s) Law rune
LBS Leaf-bladed swordLeaf-bladed spear
Legs Platelegs
Lesser Lesser demon
LFC Looking For Clan, mainly used in the Clan Wars lobby.
Life Ring of life
Loafer Someone who does nothing in a team-work based game, like Soul Wars and Castle Wars. Many look down upon these people because of the fact that they earn rewards without helping.
Lob, Lobby, Lobs Lobster
Loc Location
Long Longswordlongbow
Looter One that gathers on the spot of a kill in hopes they can get something valuable.
LP Life points
Lpot Lobster pot
LRC Living Rock Caverns or Living rock creatures.
LS LootShare
LSP LootShare potential
Lsed Lsed is that the victim is being "loot shared" by 2 or more people, teaming up on their victim in hopes of good loot.
Lumby/Lummy Lumbridge

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Abbreviation Meaning
M, Mil Million (e.g.:. 6M=6,000,000)
MA Mobilising Armies
Mage, Mager Referring to the Magic skill, a player who uses Magic more than Range or Melee; an NPCWizard; a player with 99 Magic; a player currently using Magic for combat.
Mage tank Player with high Magic and Defence.


A player's main character
MC Miss Click
MB Mage bank (the Mage Arena in deep Wilderness) or Mage box (used in duelling).
Maul Granite maulObsidian maul or Chaotic Maul
Mauler Player who uses a Granite maulObsidian maul or Chaotic Maul as their weapon.
Maxed, Maxing When a stat has reached level 99 (e.g. maxed Strength); when someone hits their max hit on a person (maxing); when someone has a combat level of 126 (free to play) or 138 (members) – often referred to as "maxed cb" or "max melee"; or when a player has reached the maximum experience (30,000) through the Assist System and cannot assist for a few hours.
M camp Mountain Camp
MD Melee Distance, used during nex to tell people to get within melee distance of nex to prevent her from spamming her powerful magic attacks and running around.
Med, Med helm A regular helm, after the old name, medium helmet.
Mem, Memb, Memby Member
Mep1, Mep2 Mourning's end part 1 and 2
Merching, Merch, Merchanting Usually means the buying of very large amounts of an item on the Grand Exchange to cause the price to unnaturally go up, then selling that same item later on in order to make a profit. It is also a term referencing free trade, when a player could buy an item at one price and then flip it for a profit without restriction.

May also refer to other profit-making activities using the Grand Exchange and/or NPC stores such as 'flipping', however these alternate uses are less common.

Mith Mithril
Mm Monkey Madness
MOM Mysterious Old Man (Random Event) or Momentum (ultimate ability)
Mossies/Mossys Moss giants
MSB Magic shortbow
Mta Mage training arena, north of the Duel Arena
MVGT, MGT Move gatestone. In Dungeoneering, requests that another party member move the group gatestone from where it is to a more suitable location.

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Abbreviation Meaning
Nat Nature rune
Neb Nebula (Runespan)
Necro NecromancerNecrolord
Nezzy, Neit Neitiznot
NH No Honour: A player who wins by any means necessary in PvP
Nip Dreadnip
Noob runner, Noob hider A player who runs or hides in Fist Of Guthix
NS Nonstop, generally used in clan wars FFA portal to refer to non stop killing, Night spider
Nuke System update

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Abbreviation Meaning
Obby Obsidian, as in TzHaar items; the Soul Obelisk in Soul Wars; a Summoning obelisk; theWilderness Obelisk; a type of pure with low Attack and high Strength (Obby pure).
Occ An Occult floor in Daemonheim.
Ort(s) Anagogic ort(s)
Ovls Overloads

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Abbreviation Meaning
P2P(er) Member (Pay-to-Play)
Pass Password (the word password is censored in-game), Shantay passUnderground Pass
Pc Pest ControlPrivate ChatPrice check
Pess, Ess Pure essencerune essence
Peng(s) Penguin Hide and Seek
Ph, Phat

Party Hat

Piling Multiple people attacking the same opponent. With the Evolution of Combat, this is seen more often, and is more deadly.
Pick Pickaxe
Pillar'd, Pillared Jokes that refer to an anti-climactic ending to a quest; often used to either refer to Salt in the Wound or a quest currently in production with low expectations. The term originated after players were disappointed with the ending to the quest Salt in the Wound. Most commonly used in the forums and is often used in conjunction with other memes.
PJ Pile jumping. The act of interrupting a player vs player fight by attacking one or both of the players, or attacking the winner of a fight, aiming to get the loot pile.
PJer/PJing Someone who PJs/Going out into the Wilderness specifically to PJ.
Plate/Pl8 Platebody
Pm/PM Private messagePirate MinePlayer Moderator
Pw/PW Password (the word 'password' is censored in-game)
PMod Player Moderator
POH Player-owned houses
POP Player-owned port
Pot, Pots PotionLobster pot. Can also be used to inform other players in a group to drink their potions ("pot up"). There is also an item named pot.
Potter Someone who uses potions to fight, or performs pottery.
Pouchcrafting Slang term for the Summoning skill.
Pp Pyramid plunderpickpocketpolypore
Pps Polypore staff
Price Check Term used to open a Trade screen to find the price of the item if sold in the Grand Exchange for the middle price; used before the Price Checker was released.
Prod/product Someone that relies on a certain weapon or special attack when Pking/PvPing to defeat their opponent. For example, "AGS prod", "Turmoil prod", Korasi prod". Can also refer to the way someone got quick experience: "BXPherb prod", PC prod".
Pure Someone who trains only one skill; someone who only trains combat skills, or only non-combat skills.
Pure set Super (or Extreme) Attack and Strength, but no super (Extreme) Defence.
Purist player who plays without trading any player, or using the Grand Exchange and also does not player kill. The only exception to this is in the quests they rely on having two different players complete it (i.e. Heroes' QuestShield of Arrav).
Pray Pot/Ppot Prayer Potion

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Abbreviation Meaning
QBD Queen black dragon
QC/Q chat Quick Chat, Quest Cape, for example if a player asks another player 'Do you have a qc?'
QP/QPS Quest points, Quick prayers
QPC Quest point cape
QS Quick Start, Phrase used before Barbarian Assault waves to start before the 30 second wait

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Abbreviation Meaning

Rune two-handed sword

RaF, RAF Refer a Friend Programme
Ragging, Raggers Term often used in pking as someone with inferior or cheap gear.
Rags Shorthand for "fragments", sacred clay pieces found in Stealing creation. Came into use because "frags" used to be censored by the chat filter. Alternatively, people often refer to 'poor gear' as rags within the Wilderness.
Rambo, Rambo spec, Rambo special Term often used in pking for a high-hitting special attack, or a combination of regular hits that surprises the opponent. A word derived from John Rambo, a muscular hard lined character from the movie "Rambo".
Range Tank Player who focuses mainly on Ranged and Defence.
Rap A shortened form of the chaotic rapier, used often when finding staking opponents. "Rapping 5m".
RB Red Base (Stealing Creation)
RCing Runecrafting
RC Pker

Runecrafter player killer. Someone who killed a runecrafter on their way to the Abyss runecrafting area.

RCW Ranked Clan Wars
Recoil, RoR Ring of Recoil
Red barred Term sometimes used to describe a monster/person with so little Life points that its health bar is almost completely red.
Req(s) Request assistance, Requirement(s)
Rev Revenant
Rev Caves Forinthry Dungeon
Rex, Rexxy Dagannoth Rex
Rg Re-group
RFD Recipe for Disaster
RFH Rune Full Helm
Rhino Cape


Rimmy Rimmington
Rm Rematch
RMH Rune helm
Rng Ranged
Robin Robin Hood hat
ROL Ring of life
ROTM Ritual of the Mahjarrat
Rox Rune mining site in high wildy.
RoW Ring of Wealth
Rq Ragequit. When someone leaves an activity (e.g. Dungeoneering or any other mini-game) because they are angry at occurences within. An example is within Dungeoneering, when a player (often reffered to as noob) gets a death, or if the floor contains a Barrel Room on a critical path.
RR Rune rocks in high wilderness.
RS RuneScape
RS2 RuneScape 2
RS3 A mistitled way to refer to RuneScape HD
RSC RuneScape Classic
RSHD RuneScape HD
RSMV RuneScape Music Video, RuneScape model viewer
RSOF RuneScape Official Forums
RT, Rocks Rocktail
Rush, Rusher PKing tactic, in which a player is attacked directly after finishing a fight by someone using a high-powered spec weapon (eg. Dragon Claws, Armadyl Godsword)
RWT Real world trading

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Abbreviation Meaning
SC Sacred Clay Armour and WeaponsStealing CreationSkill capes
Safer Someone who heals at a life points value that is greater than the maximum hit of the opponent or in some cases eating to full lifepoints. Typically used in the context of one-on-one PvP Although, some use it in multi-way combat incorrectly.
Santa Santa ClausSanta hat
Saph/Sapp Sapphire
Sara Saradomin
Scimmy/Skimmy/Scim Scimitar
Screenie/Screeny Screenshot
SD Shield down (In reference to the Tormented demons)
Seers Seers' Village
Sgs Saradomin godsword or Solomon's General Store
Sg Soulgazer
Shilo Shilo Village
Short Shortsword/Shortbow
Sister skill A skill that complements or somewhat relies upon another skill. Example: Firemaking toWoodcutting or Mining to Smithing
Size x The layer that the Shooting Star is currently on. Often abbreviated to just SX, such as S5.
SK Swiftkit, a commonly used toolkit with many useful calculators.
Skirt Plateskirt
Skiller Someone who trains Non-Combat skills (can be any Combat level)/More commonly someone who trains non-combat skills primarily or exclusively
Snipe/Sniped To receive a desirable drop in lootshare, when one does not have the highest lootshare potential in the team.
Sof Squeal of Fortune, the prize wheel in-game.
Sol Staff of LightScroll of life
SOS/Stronghold Stronghold of security
Solo/soloing To attempt to kill a boss monster alone who could otherwise be fought in teams.
Spam Banner Achievement banner
Spec Special attackSpectral spirit shield
Spec wep A weapon (usually slower, but deadlier) that a player uses when their opponent is in low health in the hopes of killing them. Examples: non-members rangers often use a rune 2h sword as a spec wep,while members often use dragon clawskorasi's sword, or dharok's greataxe.
Sq Square shield
Steads Steadfast Boots
Stinky Aberrant spectre
Str Strength
Str noob Insulting term used against players with high Strength but low Defence or Attack
SS Saradomin swordSwiftSwitch, screenshot, Santa suitSuper Strength PotionSpirit ShieldSoul SplitStrange saplingSteel Sword
SSH Shadow silk hood
Stun The act of using Emerald bolts (e) to stun the Dark Energy Core spawned by the Corporeal Beast
Super sets Super attack potionSuper defence potionSuper strength potion
SW Soul Wars
swh/stat warhammer Statius's warhammer


SwordfishSword, or Longsword

SL / SNL Suicide leech / Suicide no leech (dungeoneering terms, when creating a party)

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Abbreviation Meaning
Tally/Tali Talisman
Tab A teleport tablet
Tag Being the first to touch a Shooting Star, and therefore gain a miningexperience bonus equal to 75 times your mining level.
Targ Target
Ttas/Tas, Curse Temp The Temple at Senntisten
Tassy, Tassets Bandos tassets
Tav/Tavvy Taverley
Tb, Tbed, Tb'ed, Tb'd

Teleblock, reference to someone getting Teleport Blocked, mainly used during pking.

Can also refer to the Trouble Brewing minigame.

T Bow Training bow
TC Team cape
TDS Tormented demons
Terry, TBird, Terror

Spirit terrorbird

That, Tree Hat Christmas tree hat
Thunder Yk'Lagor the Thunderous, the highest Occult-themed boss in Dungeoneering
Tk Toolkit (Dungeoneering)
TLH Target Likelihood, used mainly in Bounty Hunter worlds for saying how near you are to target
Tnl To Next Level
TOC Time on clock


Tears of Guthix


Total level
Trollgazer Seeker, a Dungeoneering creature which looks very similar to the much more sought-afterSoulgazer.
TT Treasure TrailTemple Trekking
TTB Trips to bank. Used to refer how many trips to the bank someone is going to do (e.g. I'll do

5 more TTB and I'll go to PVP). Used mainly while MiningWoodcutting or Fishing.

Tubbied Shooting Star that has been mined to its center, revealing the Star sprite. This term refers to the TV show Teletubbies, which many believe the Star sprite resembles

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Abbreviation Meaning
Uds or UDS Undead Soul in the Runespan minigame.
Unid Unidentified herb (since the "grimy herb" update, this saying isn't used very often except inRuneScape Classic.)
(u) Unstrung, unenchanted, uncharged, etc

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Abbreviation Meaning
Vambs/Vmbs Vambraces
V arm Varrock armourVerac's armour
Varry/Varr/Varok/Vrock Varrock
V Brassy Verac's brassard (Armour)
Veng VengeanceVengeance Other or Vengeance Group.
Ver, V Verac's (Armour)
Ville Village
Vis, Vissy, Visage Draconic Visage
Vls Vesta's longsword
V Sq Varrock Square. (Referring to the very center of the city of Varrock at the fountains.)

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Abbreviation Meaning
WBM Wannabe Moderator
WC(ing),WC Woodcutting, wrong chat
Wealth Ring of wealth
Wfs Waterfiends
Wgs While Guthix Sleeps
WH/Whopping/Whing World Hop, expression meaning to change to a different world
Whammy/Wham Warhammer
Whip Abyssal whip
Wildy Wilderness

Wise Old Man

WP Wrong person/player (used after sending private messages to an incorrect person),
W# World #, where # is the world in question.  e.g. "W60"

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Abbreviation Meaning

X-bow, cbow


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Abbreviation Meaning
Yew Long/YL/YLB/YLS Yew longbow, often bought by those wanting to cast High level alchemy on them.

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Abbreviation Meaning
Zammy Zamorak
ZBook or Zammy Book Unholy book
Zerker(s) Berserker
Zgs Zamorak godsword
Zh Zamorak Halo
Zily or Zilya or Sara Boss or Saradomin Boss Commander Zilyana
Zomb(s) Zombie
Z spear or Zammy Spear or Zs Zamorakian Spear
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