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Etymology: [ spam ] (noun.) 1994. The original sense (canned ham) is a proprietary name registered by Geo. A. Hormel & Co. in U.S., 1937. It is presumed to be a conflation of spiced ham but was soon extended to other kinds of canned meat. The use for unsolicited and unwanted email derives from a Monty Python sketch (). In the 1970 sketch, a restaurant's menu has many items with spam, and it includes Vikings who would not stop singing the word. See SPAM. The earliest recorded real-life use for this sense occurs around 1993 (e.g. see this link: which finds reference in an email - at - dated March 31 1993) The term appears to have been used earlier in a different sense in relation to "Multi-User Dungeons" (MUDs), a form of multi-user computer environment before widespread use of the Internet, in the 1980's. See for details. As of late, the term spam has begun to take on a new meaning and has entered the American lexicon, with it being used to denote not only electronic, but also other variations of advertisements seen as being annoying or inappropriate.
1 çok sayıda kişiye istenmeyen e-posta göndermek
2 konserve jambon
3spammer Genellikle reklam amaçlı rahatsız edici toplu e-postalar gönderen kişi  Bilgisayar
4spammer spam yapan
5spamming Aynı Mesajın bir kişiden fazla kişiye gönderilmesine denir.İrc lerde hoş olmayan bir durumdur
6spammer spam mail gönderen kimse  Bilgisayar
7spamming spam
 
8 istek dışı iletim
9 internet üzerinde aynı mesajın yüksek sayıda ki kopyasının, bu tip bir mesajı alma talebinde bulunmamış kişilere, zorlayıcı nitelikte gönderilmesi
10 internet ortamında aynı mesajın kopyalarını çoğaltarak, talebi olmayan kişilere istek dışı gönderilmesi
 
11 An unsolicited electronic message sent in bulk, usually by email or newsgroups - "I received 58 spams yesterday."
12 Any undesired electronic content automatically generated for commercial purposes
13 Alternative form of SPAM
14 To send spam (i.e. unsolicited electronic messages) to a person or entity
15 To relentlessly attack an enemy with a spell or ability
16 A collection of unsolicited bulk electronic messages - "I get far too much spam."
17 To send spam (i.e. unsolicited electronic messages.)
18 The form Spam can also be used for meaning 1
19 Tinned meat made mainly from ham by Hormel Foods Corporation
20 a canned meat made largely from pork
21 unwanted e-mail (usually of a commercial nature sent out in bulk)
22 To crash a program by overrunning a fixed-site buffer with excessively large input data Also, to cause a person or newsgroup to be flooded with irrelevant or inappropriate messages
23 A message (typically an advertisement) sent indiscriminately to a wide set of discussion lists or newsgroups Many users consider spam to be an offensive and intrusive form of junk mail
24 A spam is the act of sending the same message to many newsgroups Spamming is generally done by commercial operations who view the Internet purely as a way to sell products and services This use of the word spam in this context was inspired by a Monty Python sketch
25 Spam is an inappropriate attempt to use an e-mail address, mailing list, newsgroup or other networked communications facility as if it was a broadcast medium by sending the same message to a large number of people who didn't ask for it You may get Spam on free e-mail systems, offering free Diplomas, free Credit evaluation, or other services You may try replying to the unsubscribe address which must be sent along with unsolicited e-mail but this rarely works with dedicated spammers The trick is to filter the e-mail address it came from so that future e-mails from this address are placed in your Trash folder in your mail client
26 send unwanted or junk e-mail
27 unwanted e-mail (usually of a commercial nature sent out in bulk) a canned meat made largely from pork send unwanted or junk e-mail
28 In computing, to spam people or organizations means to send unwanted e-mails to a large number of them, usually as advertising. programs that let you spam the newspapers. Spam is also a noun. a small group of people fighting the spam plague. + spamming spam·ming The consultant who suggested using spamming to raise the company's profile has been fired. A trademark used for a canned meat product consisting primarily of chopped pork pressed into a loaf. a type of cheap canned meat made mainly from pork. to send the same message to many different people using email or the Internet, usually as a way of advertising something - used to show disapproval (Probably from Spam). email messages that a computer user has not asked for and does not want to read, for example from someone who is advertising something
29 type of canned meat sold in the USA; "junk" electronic mail (on the Internet); spiced ham (Slang)  isim
30 Unsolicited "junk" e-mail sent to large numbers of people to promote products or services Sexually explicit unsolicited e-mail is called "porn spam " Also refers to inappropriate promotional or commercial postings to discussion groups or bulletin boards
31 An inappropriate attempt to use a mailing list, or USENET or other networked communications facility as if it was a broadcast medium by sending the same message to a large number of people who didn't ask for it Mass junk E-mail
32 Spam is unsolicited e-mail on the Internet To the receiver it is the equivalent of junk mail Some apparently unsolicited e-mail is in fact e-mail people agree to when registering on a site
33 Junk mail When you see the same make-money-fast message in various newsgroups and in your mailbox, the Net has been spammed Since most of these mass-mailing (or mass-posting) messages are irrelevant to the groups and recipients who get them, spam is considered a serious breach of netiquette Back to Top
34 Spam is a cooked meat product made from pork and ham
35 The Email equivalent of junk mail The term is used in particular to describe the practice of sending the same message to a number of different Usenet groups or mailing lists Some groups and mailing lists have rules against spamming, and offenders can get bombarded with flame mail An inappropriate attempt to use a mailing list, or USENET or other networked communications facility as if it was a broadcast medium (which it is not) by sending the same message to a large number of people who didn’t ask for it The term probably comes from a famous Monty Python skit which featured the word spam repeated over and over The term may also have come from someone’s low opinion of the food product with the same name, which is generally perceived as a generic content-free waste of resources (Spam is a registered trademark of Hormel Corporation, for its processed meat product ) E g Mary spammed 50 USENET groups by posting the same message to each See Also: Mailing list , USENET
36 Unwanted email sent to multiple strangers, generally for the purpose orf advertising For more information see the site CAUCE (Coalition Against Unwanted Email) (http://www cauce org/) Often Spam is made to appear as if it is sent from a server other than the one it was sent from
37 (or Spamming) An inappropriate attempt to use a mailing list, or USENET or other networked communications facility as if it was a broadcast medium (which it is not) by sending the same message to a large number of people who didn't ask for it The term probably comes from a famous Monty Python skit which featured the word spam repeated over and over The term may also have come from someone's low opinion of the food product with the same name, which is generally perceived as a generic content-free waste of resources (Spam is a registered trademark of Hormel Corporation, for its processed meat product ) E g Mary spammed 50 USENET groups by posting the same message to each
38 An inappropriate attempt to use a mailing list, or USENET or other networked communications facility as if it was a broadcast medium (which it is not) by sending the same message to a large number of people who didn't ask for it The term probably comes from a famous Monty Python skit which featured the word spam repeated over and over The term may also have come from someone's low opinion of the food product with the same name, which is generally perceived as a generic content-free waste of resources (Spam is a registered trademark of Hormel Corporation, for its processed meat product ) E g John Smith spammed 50 USENET groups by posting the same message to each
39 Electronic junk mail or junk newsgroup postings Some people define spam even more generally as any unsolicited e-mail However, if a long-lost brother finds your e-mail address and sends you a message, this could hardly be called spam, even though it's unsolicited Real spam is generally e-mail advertising for some product sent to a mailing list or newsgroup
40 An article that is sent to hundreds or thousands of different newsgroups, and has nothing to do with any of them Often advertisements or "MAKE MONEY FAST"-type chain letters Very annoying and a very bad violation of netiquette The act of sending spam is "spamming " Someone who sends spam is a "spammer " The term "spam" comes from the Monty Python sketch where the name of the canned meat product is used so often that it crowds everything else out
41 Unsolicited bulk email, usually advertising, on the Internet or Usenet newsgroup postings sent to large numbers of people It is considered inappropriate to send such mail See the UC Davis site on email spam
42 Electronic junk mail or junk newsgroup postings Some people define spam even more generally as any unsolicited e-mail
43 Slang term for unsolicited commercial email Some go so far as to call any unwanted Internet advertising, whether via email, newsgroups, multiple search engine posting, etc spam SFI's definitiion of spam can be found here The use of spam is strictly forbidden in marketing SFI and is grounds for termination Spam is also illegal in some states Don't do it!
44 An inappropriate attempt to use a mailing list, or usenet, or other networked communications facility as a broadcast medium by sending the same message to a large number of people including those who may not have needed for it
45 Although SPAM is technically something else, it usually refers to unsolicited e-mail Unsolicited e-mail is any email message received where the recipient did not specifically ask for it Here's some good information on unsolicited e-mail or try Network Abuse Clearinghouse or Spamcop
46 Spam is e-mail sent indiscriminately to a large number of recipients, usually promoting a product or service As e-mail costs close to nothing to send, many people have taken this as an invitation to send as much as they can to as many people as they can find Spam in this sense is sort of like the electronic equivalent of junk mail sent to "Occupant", except that the recipient pays the vast majority of the cost receiving the unwanted mail See: spam
47 In the context of the Internet, electronic junk mail that promotes a commercial product or web site
48 The Internet is a wonderful way of communicating, just as postal mail ("snail mail") has been in the past Unfortunately, the newsgroups and e-mail boxes of the world have already developed their equivalent to junk mail It's called "spam," and it's not good Internet manners When you see the same make-money-fast message in all the newsgroups and in your mailbox, the Net has been spammed Since most of these mass-mailing (or mass-posting) messages are irrelevant to the groups and recipients who get them, spam is considered a serious breach of Net etiquette
49 (n) Unsolicited (usually commercial) e-mail sent to a large number of addresses(v) To send unsolicited e-mail to numerous addresses
50 Sending copies of the same message to large numbers of newsgroups on the Internet or sending unsolicited commercial e-mail It especially refers to inappropriate messages aimed at generating responses All of this puts a strain on Internet resources and is thus frowned upon by Internet users See Also: Maillist , USENET
51 (also known as unsolicited commercial e-mail) Unwanted, unsolicited junk e-mail to a large number of recipients
52spammed past of spam
53spammer someone who sends unwanted email (often in bulk)
54spammer person who sends "junk" e-mail messages  isim
55spammer A person or organization that spams
56spammer Someone who sends spam
57spammer One who sends spam In the 1990s, with the rise in commercial awareness of the net, spammers began offering bulk e-mail services to companies wishing to advertise They pay little or nothing to send each message; though annoying to the vast majority of recipients of this advertising, even a a few sales per million messages sent are profitable for the spammer, offering them economic incentive to continue
58spammer One who spams Usually some desperate yet misguided individual who has bought some spamware (probably from a spam) and is under the completely wrong impression that money can be made from spamming
59spammer A person who sends spam
60spammers plural of spammer
61spamming the practice of sending advertisements to large groups of people by simply sending them to all the listservs possible
62spamming Sending loads of unacceptable commercials (or other rubbish mail) to public newsgroups, email lists, etc
63spamming Indiscriminately sending a message to hundreds or thousands of people on the Internet An inappropriate use of a mailing list or USENET for sending unsolicited messages to a large amount of users Not good netiquette
64spamming Sending email to a large number of people who did not ask for it
65spamming The practice of inserting extraneous words into World Wide Web documents or the sending of hundreds or thousands of e-mail messages to a user In the latter case, the people responsible for spamming typically take retribution for some perceived wrong by overwhelming the user's mailbox and disrupting their use of the Internet
66spamming Using Spam in your marketing See Spam
67spamming The practice of sending messages to newsgroups and mailing lists repeatedly and indiscriminately
68spamming present participle of spam
69spamming Sending copies of the same message to large numbers of newsgroups on the Internet
70spamming The act of saturating Usenet newsgroups, mailboxes or other online forums with information that is either useless, unwanted, or obnoxious
71spamming Spamming is the unsolicited broadcast of an e-mail to a large number of people The most common occurrence of spamming is unsolicited e-mails that are generally advertisements Spamming is a violation of Netiquette
72spamming Usually advertising, this is sending out the same message to many newsgroups or mailinglists See flaming
73spamming To cross-post to newsgroups with no regard for whether or not the subject matter is relevant to that being discussed on the group Often, these sorts of postings are blatant advertisements with titles such as Make money fast!
74spamming The act of sending hundreds of inappropriate postings to Usenet newsgroups and mailing lists Do it and you'll seriously regret it Some people new to the internet do not recognize spam Be aware that chain letter promsing thousands of dollars just by sending a dollar to the names on a list are illegal - no matter what the text says Letting a "few" people know your URL (in this case, a few being the thousands of people exposed to multiple messages across usenet) is spamming Spamming is a violation of the Internet America terms of service, and can result in your account being cancelled or suspended Don't do it!
75spamming This is the practice of sending unsolicited commercial e-mail messages in bulk or purposely overloading someone's mailbox with messages
76spamming The posting of either a single article multiple times to one or more newsgroups, the posting of a single article to multiple newsgroups (especially with off-topic messages), or multiple articles to multiple groups Also, spamming can be done via Email with either a user receiving multiple copies of a message ("mail bombing") or many different users at a site receiving the same message ("junk mail") Content is meaningless, it is the action itself and the results that is considered Spam For many syst em administrators no reason, even the saving of a life, is considered justification for such an action
77spamming Using any search engine ranking technique which causes a degradation in the quality of the results produced by the search engines Examples of spamming include excessive repetition of a keyword in a page, optimizing a page for a keyword which is unrelated to the contents of the site, using invisible or tiny text, etc Most search engines will penalize a page which uses spamming Also called spamdexing In a different context, spamming is also used to mean the practice of sending unsolicited bulk email
78spamming simultaneous sending of an irrelevant message to a large number of discussion groups on the Internet (Computers)  isim
79spamming The practice of sending out Spam
80spamming Blatant advertising or the posting of off-topic messages to newsgroups or emailboxes, after which a flame war usually erupts, resulting in more spamming Spamming disrupts the usefulness of the Internet Sending spam is B-A-D
81spamming Search engines consider over submission of Web pages, hidden text, creating many pages or sites with basically the same content, and repeating keywords as "spam " Search engines penalize or ban pages and sites using these techniques
82spamming The practice of sending copies of a message to many different newsgroups, with no regard to whether the subject matter is appropriate; or sending the same message by email to large numbers of people indiscriminately Sometimes spams are advertisements Spamming is considered very unethical because it not only wastes everyone's time, but also costs money The sender of the messages does not pay the cost; it is paid by the sites of the recipient and others on the route
83spamming Spamming is also used more generally to refer to the sending of unsolicited bulk electronic mail, and the search engine use is derived from this term
84spamming Sending the same message simultaneously to many newsgroups The messages, often commercial in nature, result in flaming and, sometimes, lawsuits
85spamming Generally considered offensive; displaying the same words repeatedly so as to interfere with the normal conversation in a virtual world Can also refer to flooding another player's email with unwanted messages
86spams third-person singular of spam
87spams plural of spam
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