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                <!-- Read the full post on dfn at -->

<h1>Examples for < dfn>

<h2>Example 1: Defining a term </h2>
<p>When dfn appears all by itself, look to its parent paragraph, < dd> element, or < section> for its definition, as shown here.</p>

<p>My son thinks he is <dfn>Godzilla</dfn>, who is generally depicted as an enormous, violent, prehistoric sea monster awakened and empowered by nuclear radiation. It's true, there are similarities.</p>

<h2>Example 2: Definition is elsewhere on the page</h2>
  <p>If the definition is not in the containing paragraph, section, or definition item, then you should connect the two pieces of information on the page.</p>
  <p>He is not as enamored with <dfn id="kong">King Kong</dfn> who resembles an enormous gorilla-like ape that has appeared in various media since 1933. </p> 

<p>Max can bore you to tears with all of the facts about these movies. He will also have serious contempt for you if you show no interest in them.</p>

<p>Complaints about <a href="#kong">Kong</a> include how he has no atomic fire breath.</p> 
  <h2>Example 3: Combining definitions and abbreviations</h2>
  <p><dfn><abbr title="Massive Unidentified Terrestrial Organism">MUTO</abbr></dfn> refers to a species of giant monsters that first appeared in <cite>Godzilla</cite> (2014) and <cite>Godzilla: King of the Monsters</cite> (2019). In <cite>Godzilla vs. Kong</cite> (2021), the enemy has changed.</p>
  <!-- Did y'all notice the cites in there??? Woo woo!!! -->
  <!-- hover your mouse over MUTO in the display pane and see how the tool tip on the abbr title shows up underneath. -->


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