Quiapo is the Spanish respelling
of 'kiyapo,' a green aquatic plant that allegedly gave the town its name because it was abundant there.
The first case study analysed in the section is -(a)holic, from alcoholic (with respelling
, but also in the variant -oholic, with the same pronunciation), which is described in OED3 as a "suffix" "forming nouns (often humorous nonce-words) denoting a person who appears to be addicted to the thing, activity, etc., expressed by the first element".
Meanwhile, his middle name, Kash, is the American respelling
of "Cash," meaning currency and coins, according to (http://www.ohbabynames.com/meaning/name/kash/1905#.WhROOEqnG71) Oh Baby!
Most recently, in 2016 the locally organised Banaam Indigenous Surf Titles were renamed as Juraki Surf Culture in Churaki's honour, with Juraki a conscious respelling
of his name (Juraki 2016).
Tony Horwitz explains, "The word's etymology was obscure; Young guessed that 'farb' was short for 'far-be-it-from-authentic,' or possibly a respelling
of 'barf (Horwitz, 1998, p.10-11).'" Such name calling develops between historical interpreters, museum professionals, and scholars, but they are unhelpful as they are avoidable.
Some popular text-speak techniques include acronyms (Laugh Out Loud, LOL), shortcuts (late, L8), phonetic respelling
(night, nite), nonconventional spelling (at you, atcha) and removal of vowel or consonants (subsetting) (text, txt) (Choudhury, et al., 2007; Ganushchak, Krott, & Meyer, 2010; Head, Helton, Neumann, Russell, & Shears, 2011; Plester, et al., 2011; Thurlow, 2003).
I give her the information, respelling
the name of the street.
At the same time, the individual scribe was free to alter the works he copied, superficially by respelling
or substituting words or more substantively by emending texts.
"Orknies" must surely be a respelling
of Old English "Orcneas," the term (known from Beowulf) for one of several species of monster descended from Cain.
LOE's song is a pastiche of several style references: the respelling
as "Kundstant Kroving" plays on the fad in naming heavy metal bands with gratuitous umlauts (Motely Crue) and Germanic spellings (Kronos, Krypt Keeper, Katharsis) and may also refer to the "k" of k.
OACD'S is something of a hybrid, essentially the same sort of respelling
system but with some conventions borrowed from the International Phonetic Alphabet--/ae/ for "short a" and no syllable breaks.
One Step offers out-of-the-box stemming and respelling
capabilities, along with translation of the iPhrase common-language layer.