The main sources of words used in the ABZZ system are English grammar and names of people, places and events. Every word in any language could be used as long as it is spelt with English-Latin alphabets and has a meaning to the user. Meaning to the user is the most important consideration in word-codes in the ABZZ system. When words have a meaning, we can readily form mental pictures and associations.
Mental images and associations act as essential hooks to anchor memory items to our knowledge substratum and prevent them from sinking into the uncharted oblivion of the unconscious brain. No words are discriminated against whether they are nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, present tense, past tense or plurals.