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Articles with three or fewer letters in their title can often be difficult or impossible to find. This page lists them.

Mostly these should be work pages; if you're naming a trope, it's probably best to come up with a name that's slightly longer.

Not to be confused with Long Title and Long Titles vs. Short Titles. See also One-Letter Title and One-Word Title.


Pages:

  • $ (aka Dollars) — a film
  • 0 A.D. — a video game
  • Advertisement:
  • 2 - a video game
  • 2Dark - a video game
  • 2AM — a Boy Band
  • 2PM — a Boy Band
  • — a film
  • 8.8 — a trope
  • 9 — an animated film
  • $9.99 — an animated film
  • 10 — a film
  • 12 — a film
  • 13 — a film
  • 13 — a musical
  • 13th - a film
  • 24 — a TV series
    • 24 (India) — a TV series remake of the original 24
  • 20XX - a video game
  • 42 — a film
  • "42" — an episode of Doctor Who
  • 61* — a film
  • '71 — a film
  • 140 - a video game
  • 300 — a graphic novel and movie
  • 555 — a trope
  • 555 — a horror film
  • A3! — a game
  • AAA — a wrestling promotion
  • ABC — a network
  • ABC, The — a network
  • a-ha — a band
  • AIR — a game
  • Air — a band
  • ALF — a TV series
  • Ali — a film
  • Ali — a pinball machine
  • Amy — a 1998 Australian film
  • Amy — a 2015 documentary about Amy Winehouse
  • Amy — a video game
  • Ana — a film
  • Ant — a comics series
  • AOA — a girl group and band
  • APB — a TV series
  • ARQ — a film
  • ASH — a band
  • Advertisement:
  • ASP — a band
  • Axe! — a film
  • Aya — a film
  • Bad — a music album.
  • Bao — a cartoon
  • B.C. — a comic strip
  • BET — a network
  • BFG — a trope about big guns
  • BFS — a trope about big swords
  • Big — a film
  • Bik — a game
  • BoB — a rapper
  • Bob — a TV series
  • BOB — a video game
  • Bod — a cartoon
  • Boy (1969) — a Japanese film
  • Boy (2010) — a New Zealand film
  • BT — a musician
  • B't X — a manga and anime
  • Bug — a film
  • Bug — a video game
  • B'z — a rock band
  • Can — a rock band
  • Cap — a trope about video game design
  • CBC — a network
  • CBS — a network
  • CCC — a web animation
  • CD — a device for storing music or data
  • Che — a film
  • CJ7 — a film
  • C.M.B. — a manga
  • CMT — a network
  • CNN — a network
  • Cop — a film
  • Cro — an animated series
  • CSI — a TV series
  • CTV — a network
  • CZW — a professional wrestling promotion
  • D — a band
  • D — a trilogy of video games
  • D4 — a video game
  • Advertisement:
  • Dad — a YouTube channel
  • DDD — a light novel
  • DDG — a webcomic
  • Den — a comic book
  • Dex — a video game
  • DMX — a musican
  • DNA — a molecule
  • DP7— a comic book
  • DR — a television network
  • DRM — notes about media
  • DS — a videogame system
  • DVD — a media format
  • E! — a cable network
  • ECW — a wrestling federation
  • Ed — a TV series
  • Elf — a film
  • Emo — a subculture and its followers
  • EMP — a trope about electromagnetic pulses
  • Eon — a tabletop RPG
  • ER — a TV series
  • Esu — a light novel
  • Eve — a TV series
  • EXO — a Boy Band
  • Fan — term for fans.
  • FBI — a TV series
  • Fe — a video game
  • Fez — a video game
  • FF — a comics series
  • Fi — a TV series
  • FMW — a wrestling promotion
  • FOX — a network
  • FPS — a video game genre
  • fun. — a band
  • Futz! — a cartoon
  • Fury³ - a video game
  • FX — a network
  • GBF — a movie
  • G.B.H. — a TV series
  • GCB — a TV series
  • Gia — a biopic
  • Go — a board game
  • Go — a game show
  • Go — a movie
  • Gob — a band
  • Goda trope about God
  • Gon — a manga
  • Gor — a book series, and also the subculture it spawned
  • GTFO - a game
  • Gus — a movie
  • Gyo — a manga
  • H2 — a manga
  • Hal — an anime film
  • HBO — a cable network
  • Her — a movie
  • Het — fan-speak
  • Hex — a TV series
  • HIM — a band
  • Hob — a game
  • Hop — a film
  • HQ — a game
  • HUD — a video game interface element
  • Hud — a film
  • Hue — a video game
  • Ib — a video game
  • ICE — an anime
  • ICO — a video game
  • Id — a book and manhwa series
  • Ida — a film
  • If... — a comic strip
  • If... — a film
  • Iji — a video game
  • Ils — a movie
  • I'm Ok (2018) - a book
  • Ink — a movie
  • IO — a manga
  • I.O.I — a girl group
  • ION — a network (also redirected from PAX and I)
  • ION — a manga
  • Iru — a video game
  • I"s — a manga
  • It — a Stephen King novel
  • It (1927) — a film (not connected to the King novel)
  • It (1990) — a two-part TV miniseries (adaptation of the King novel)
  • It (2017) — a film (adaptation of the King novel)
  • ITV — a network
  • JAG — a TV series
  • Jam — a novel
  • Jam — a British sketch comedy series
  • J.B. — a play
  • Jem — a cartoon
  • Jin — a manga
  • Jo — a French film
  • Jo — a French TV series
  • Joe — a film
  • JOT — a cartoon
  • Joy (2015) — a film with Jennifer Lawrence
  • Joy (2016) — a Mongolian film without Jennifer Lawrence
  • K — an anime
  • K3 — a game
  • Kes — a film
  • KGB — a game
  • Kim — a novel
  • K-On! — a manga and anime
  • Kona - a video game
  • Kye — a video game
  • LBC — a network
  • LIT — a video game
  • Lo — a film
  • Lou — a comic strip
  • Lou — an animated short film
  • Low — a band
  • Luv — a play (later a movie)
  • M — a film
  • M83 — a musical group.
  • Ma — a film
  • MAD — a magazine
  • MAG — a video game
  • Mao - a manga
  • MÄR — a manga
  • May — a film
  • MBC — a Korean network
  • Meg — a book series
  • M.F.A. - a thriller film
  • M.I.A. — a rapper
  • MLW — a wrestling promotion
  • MM! — a light novel
  • — a singer
  • MOD — a media format
  • Moe — a trope
  • Mog — a book series
  • Mom — a TV series
  • Mon — a trope
  • MP3 — a media format
  • Mr. T — an actor
  • MST — a trope
  • MSX — a game/computer system
  • MTV — a cable network
  • MUD — a type of game
  • Mud — a film
  • MW — a manga
  • MW — a film adaptation of the above manga
  • Mx0 — a manga
  • N — a game
  • N+ — a game
  • NBC — a network
  • NCT — a Boy Band
  • Neu! — an electronic band.
  • NES — a video game system
  • No. 6 — a light novel
  • N.G.O. — a trope
  • NMA — a standard disclaimer
  • NME — a magazine
  • No — a film
  • NOT! — a trope
  • No W — a web original novel
  • Nox — a video game
  • NPC — a type of video game character
  • NPR — a network
  • N.W.A. — a musical group (not to be confused with the National Wrestling Alliance)
  • nWo — a wrestling stable
  • "O" — a film
  • "O" — a Cirque du Soleil show, usually written with quotation marks because of its brevity
  • O.D.T. — a futuristic action/puzzle video game
  • OFF — a video game
  • One — a manhwa
  • One — a video game
  • Oni — a video game
  • osu! — a video game
  • OT3 — a trope
  • OXO — a video game
  • Oz — a TV series
  • P2 — a film
  • Pack - a comic book
  • Pan — a film
  • Pan — a trope
  • Paw - a film
  • PBS — a network
  • PC — a disambiguation page
  • PCU — a film
  • Pet — a film
  • PEZ — an animated film
  • PHD — a webcomic
  • π — a film
  • Pid - a video game
  • Pin — a book
    • Pin — a film adaptation
  • Pod — a film
  • P.O.D. — a musical group
  • Poe — a singer/songwriter
  • Poi — a video game
  • PSY — a rapper
  • Pun — a trope
  • PvP — a webcomic
  • Q.E.D. — a manga series
  • QI — a TV series
  • Qix — a game
  • R15 — a light novel
  • Ra — an online novel
  • RAD — a film
  • Ran — a film
  • Rap — a music style and a subculture
  • Raw — a film
  • Raw — a TV series
  • Ray — a Bio Pic
  • RBG — a film
  • RCN — a book series
  • [REC] — a film
  • Red - a comic book
  • Red — a film
  • R.E.M. — a musical group
  • Rez — a video game
  • Rio — an animated film
  • Roy — the series based off Badly Drawn Roy
  • RPG — a video game genre
  • RRR — a manga
  • RTÉ — an Irish radio and television network
  • RTS — a type of video game subgenre
  • RV — a film
  • Sam — a film
  • Saw — a film
  • SBS — a network
  • SEX — a manga
  • Sha — a comics series
  • She — a book
    • She (1935) — a film adaptation
    • She (1965) — a film adaptation
  • Shi — a comic book
  • Silk - a comic book
  • SiN — a video game
  • SIN — a manga
  • Six — a TV series
  • Sky — a game
  • Sky — a network
  • SMW — a wrestling promotion
  • SNK — a video game company
  • So — a music album
  • S.O.B. — a film
  • SOE — a Useful Notes page
  • Son — a book
  • Spy — a TV series
  • SSX — a video game
  • Steel - a comic book
  • Tag — a film
  • TAU — a film
  • TBS — a network
  • Ted — a film
  • Ten — a manga
  • Ten — a music album
  • TG 4 - RTE's Gaelic counterpart
  • THQ — a videogame publisher and developer
  • T.I. — a rapper
  • Tri - a film
  • TSR — a publisher
  • Tut — a miniseries
  • TV3 — an Irish television network
  • 2 — a TV series
  • U2 — a band
  • UHF — a film
  • U.K. — a band
  • Uke — a trope about Boys' Love
  • Up — a TV series
  • Up — a film
  • UPN — a network
  • Uri - a video game creator
  • Us — an album
  • Us — a film
  • Utu — a film
  • V. — a novel
  • V — a TV series
  • Vay — a video game
  • VCR — a media format player (also redirected from V/H/S)
  • Vei — a comic book
  • VH1 — a cable network
  • Vibe - a comic book
  • V.I.P. — a TV series
  • Viy — a novel
  • Viz — a British comic book
  • VR.5 — a TV series
  • W.. — a biopic
  • W. — a series on Teletoon
  • War — a film
  • War — a music album
  • Wax — a novel
  • W1A — a TV series
  • The WB — a network
  • WCW — a wrestling promotion
  • We — a novel
  • We3 — a comic book
  • Wells - a video game
  • WET — a game
  • Wii — a video game system
  • WSU — a wrestling promotion
  • WWE — a wrestling promotion (if you couldn't tell by now, initialisms are very popular among wrestling promotions)
  • W'z — an anime
  • X — a game
  • X — a punk band
  • X/1999 — a manga retitled from X for export
  • X — a comic
  • Xin — a web animation series
  • X-Or — the French title of a Japanese series
  • XS — a game
  • XTC — a musical group
  • XX — an Anthology Film
  • xXx — a film
  • XXY — a film
  • Yes — a musical group
  • You — a novel
  • You — another novel
  • Ys — a game franchise
  • YTV — a network
  • Z — a film
  • Z — a strategy game
  • Zap! — a webcomic
  • ZAR — a video game
  • ZE — a manga
  • ZED — a show
  • Zion - a comic book
  • Zoo — a TV series
  • Zoo — a documentary
  • Zot! — a comic book
  • Z.P.G. — a film
  • ZZT — a game

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