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Wondering what "MVP" means in Silicon Valley? Hint: it doesn't stand for "most valuable player." These crowdsourced glossaries - created not by lexicographers but rather by people working in the industry - are a handy guide to learn your pivots from your exits as you read about startups.
Silicon Valley Dictionary - A list-based glossary inspired by the television series Silicon Valley. Some humour included.
The Startup Dictionary - Includes handy search bar for quick reference.
Entrepreneur Dictionary for Startups - a glossary of terms commonly used by entrepreneurs, investors, accelerators, and others who interact with startup ventures and startup financing. Created by FundingSage
Wordnik - Itself a startup, claiming to be the world's biggest online English dictionary. Searchable.
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