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Uhura looking at hers and Kirk's initials.

Initials were the alphabet letters that began one's names. Some people, when identifying themselves to another, consistently used their middle initials, such as James T. Kirk.

Maxwell Burke's old nickname for B'Elanna Torres was BLT for bacon, lettuce, and tomato, a type of sandwich which happened to share her initials. (VOY: "Equinox")

In 2265, the tombstone Gary Mitchell conjured for James T. Kirk erroneously listed his middle initial as "R". (TOS: "Where No Man Has Gone Before")

Initials were sometimes signed on documents (in lieu of one's full name) to indicate that one had read and acknowledged them. In 2267, while testifying at Captain Kirk's competency hearing, Lieutenant Nyota Uhura was shown a bulletin from Starfleet Command that had hers and the captain's initials at the bottom. She confirmed that fact when asked to by Spock. (TOS: "The Deadly Years")

Carving one's initials into a tree was considered a sign of affection. While attending Starfleet Academy, Jean-Luc Picard carved the initials of A.F. into Boothby's favorite elm tree. Wesley Crusher mentioned that Boothby had told him this in 2368.(TNG: "The Game")

In an alternate timeline 2374, while playing a trivia game in an inoperable turbolift, Harry Kim told B'Elanna Torres that she was probably confusing Cary Grant with Clark Gable as the male lead in To Catch a Thief , as they both had the same initials. (VOY: "Year of Hell")

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