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What are they talking about? With so many acronyms flying about, having a LEGO term glossary like this one will help you decipher the SNOT from the SNIR. The number of acronyms being thrown about, isn’t quite as much as in the tech world, but it’s close!
Enjoy and if you think we’ve missed any key words, please shout out.

  • ABS

    Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene - ABS is the material that most LEGO bricks are made from. After stepping on a brick in the middle of the night, some believe it's stronger than titanium. The strength of this plastic is a major reason why Lego bricks of the 70's still can be used 50 years later with the same excellent snap fit.
  • AFOL

    Adult Fan of LEGO - If you're an adult and a fan of LEGO, then this is you. I'm sure most adults are secretly AFOL's.