Tags in the GEDCOM 5.5 Standard

ABBR {ABBREVIATION} A short name of a title, description, or name.
ADDR {ADDRESS} The contemporary place, usually required for postal purposes, of an individual, a submitter of information, a repository, a business, a school, or a company.
ADR1 {ADDRESS1} The first line of an address.
ADR2 {ADDRESS2} The second line of an address.
ADOP {ADOPTION} Pertaining to creation of a child-parent relationship that does not exist biologically.
AFN {AFN} A unique permanent record file number of an individual record stored in Ancestral File.
AGE {AGE} The age of the individual at the time an event occurred, or the age listed in the document.
AGNC {AGENCY} The institution or individual having authority and/or responsibility to manage or govern.
ALIA {ALIAS} An indicator to link different record descriptions of a person who may be the same person.
ANCE {ANCESTORS} Pertaining to forbearers of an individual.
ANCI {ANCES_INTEREST} Indicates an interest in additional research for ancestors of this individual. (See also DESI)
ANUL {ANNULMENT} Declaring a marriage void from the beginning (never existed).
ASSO {ASSOCIATES} An indicator to link friends, neighbors, relatives, or associates of an individual.
AUTH {AUTHOR} The name of the individual who created or compiled information.
BAPL {BAPTISM-LDS} The event of baptism performed at age eight or later by priesthood authority of the LDS Church. (See also BAPM, next)
BAPM {BAPTISM} The event of baptism (not LDS), performed in infancy or later. (See also BAPL, above, and CHR, page 73.)
BARM {BAR_MITZVAH} The ceremonial event held when a Jewish boy reaches age 13.
BASM {BAS_MITZVAH} The ceremonial event held when a Jewish girl reaches age 13, also known as "Bat Mitzvah."
BIRT {BIRTH} The event of entering into life.
BLES {BLESSING} A religious event of bestowing divine care or intercession. Sometimes given in connection with a naming ceremony.
BLOB {BINARY_OBJECT} A grouping of data used as input to a multimedia system that processes binary data to represent images, sound, and video.
BURI {BURIAL} The event of the proper disposing of the mortal remains of a deceased person.
CALN {CALL_NUMBER} The number used by a repository to identify the specific items in its collections.
CAST {CASTE} The name of an individual's rank or status in society, based on racial or religious differences, or differences in wealth, inherited rank, profession, occupation, etc.
CAUS {CAUSE} A description of the cause of the associated event or fact, such as the cause of death.
CENS {CENSUS} The event of the periodic count of the population for a designated locality, such as a national or state Census.
CHAN {CHANGE} Indicates a change, correction, or modification. Typically used in connection with a DATE to specify when a change in information occurred.
CHAR {CHARACTER} An indicator of the character set used in writing this automated information.
CHIL {CHILD} The natural, adopted, or sealed (LDS) child of a father and a mother.
CHR {CHRISTENING} The religious event (not LDS) of baptizing and/or naming a child.
CHRA {ADULT_CHRISTENING} The religious event (not LDS) of baptizing and/or naming an adult person.
CITY {CITY} A lower level jurisdictional unit. Normally an incorporated municipal unit.
CONC {CONCATENATION} An indicator that additional data belongs to the superior value. The information from the CONC value is to be connected to the value of the superior preceding line without a space and without a carriage return and/or new line character. Values that are split for a CONC tag must always be split at a non-space. If the value is split on a space the space will be lost when concatenation takes place. This is because of the treatment that spaces get as a GEDCOM delimiter, many GEDCOM values are trimmed of trailing spaces and some systems look for the first non-space starting after the tag to determine the beginning of the value.
CONF {CONFIRMATION} The religious event (not LDS) of conferring the gift of the Holy Ghost and, among protestants, full church membership.
CONL {CONFIRMATION_L} The religious event by which a person receives membership in the LDS Church.
CONT {CONTINUED} An indicator that additional data belongs to the superior value. The information from the CONT value is to be connected to the value of the superior preceding line with a carriage return and/or new line character. Leading spaces could be important to the formatting of the resultant text. When importing values from CONT lines the reader should assume only one delimiter character following the CONT tag. Assume that the rest of the leading spaces are to be a part of the value.
COPR {COPYRIGHT} A statement that accompanies data to protect it from unlawful duplication and distribution.
CORP {CORPORATE} A name of an institution, agency, corporation, or company.
CREM {CREMATION} Disposal of the remains of a person's body by fire.
CTRY {COUNTRY} The name or code of the country.
DATA {DATA} Pertaining to stored automated information.
DATE {DATE} The time of an event in a calendar format.
DEAT {DEATH} The event when mortal life terminates.
DESC {DESCENDANTS} Pertaining to offspring of an individual.
DESI {DESCENDANT_INT} Indicates an interest in research to identify additional descendants of this individual. (See also ANCI)
DEST {DESTINATION} A system receiving data.
DIV {DIVORCE} An event of dissolving a marriage through civil action.
DIVF {DIVORCE_FILED} An event of filing for a divorce by a spouse.
DSCR {PHY_DESCRIPTION} The physical characteristics of a person, place, or thing.
EDUC {EDUCATION} Indicator of a level of education attained.
EMIG {EMIGRATION} An event of leaving one's homeland with the intent of residing elsewhere.
ENDL {ENDOWMENT} A religious event where an endowment ordinance for an individual was performed by priesthood authority in an LDS temple.
ENGA {ENGAGEMENT} An event of recording or announcing an agreement between two people to become married.
EVEN {EVENT} A noteworthy happening related to an individual, a group, or an organization.
FAM {FAMILY} Identifies a legal, common law, or other customary relationship of man and woman and their children, if any, or a family created by virtue of the birth of a child to its biological father and mother.
FAMC {FAMILY_CHILD} Identifies the family in which an individual appears as a child.
FAMF {FAMILY_FILE} Pertaining to, or the name of, a family file. Names stored in a file that are assigned to a family for doing temple ordinance work.
FAMS {FAMILY_SPOUSE} Identifies the family in which an individual appears as a spouse.
FCOM {FIRST_COMMUNION} A religious rite, the first act of sharing in the Lord's supper as part of church worship.
FILE {FILE} An information storage place that is ordered and arranged for preservation and reference.
FORM {FORMAT} An assigned name given to a consistent format in which information can be conveyed.
GEDC {GEDCOM} Information about the use of GEDCOM in a transmission.
GIVN {GIVEN_NAME} A given or earned name used for official identification of a person.
GRAD {GRADUATION} An event of awarding educational diplomas or degrees to individuals.
HEAD {HEADER} Identifies information pertaining to an entire GEDCOM transmission.
HUSB {HUSBAND} An individual in the family role of a married man or father.
IDNO {IDENT_NUMBER} A number assigned to identify a person within some significant external system.
IMMI {IMMIGRATION} An event of entering into a new locality with the intent of residing there.
INDI {INDIVIDUAL} A person.
INFL {TempleReady} Indicates if an INFANT - data is "Y" (or "N"??)
LANG {LANGUAGE} The name of the language used in a communication or transmission of information.
LEGA {LEGATEE} A role of an individual acting as a person receiving a bequest or legal devise.
MARB {MARRIAGE_BANN} An event of an official public notice given that two people intend to marry.
MARC {MARR_CONTRACT} An event of recording a formal agreement of marriage, including the prenuptial agreement in which marriage partners reach agreement about the property rights of one or both, securing property to their children.
MARL {MARR_LICENSE} An event of obtaining a legal license to marry.
MARR {MARRIAGE} A legal, common-law, or customary event of creating a family unit of a man and a woman as husband and wife.
MARS {MARR_SETTLEMENT} An event of creating an agreement between two people contemplating marriage, at which time they agree to release or modify property rights that would otherwise arise from the marriage.
MEDI {MEDIA} Identifies information about the media or having to do with the medium in which information is stored.
NAME {NAME} A word or combination of words used to help identify an individual, title, or other item. More than one NAME line should be used for people who were known by multiple names.
NATI {NATIONALITY} The national heritage of an individual.
NATU {NATURALIZATION} The event of obtaining citizenship.
NCHI {CHILDREN_COUNT} The number of children that this person is known to be the parent of (all marriages) when subordinate to an individual, or that belong to this family when subordinate to a FAM_RECORD.
NICK {NICKNAME} A descriptive or familiar that is used instead of, or in addition to, one's proper name.
NMR {MARRIAGE_COUNT} The number of times this person has participated in a family as a spouse or parent.
NOTE {NOTE} Additional information provided by the submitter for understanding the enclosing data.
NPFX {NAME_PREFIX} Text which appears on a name line before the given and surname parts of a name. i.e. (Lt. Cmndr.) Joseph /Allen/ jr.
NSFX {NAME_SUFFIX} Text which appears on a name line after or behind the given and surname parts of a name. i.e. Lt. Cmndr. Joseph /Allen/ (jr.) In this example jr. is considered as the name suffix portion.
OBJE {OBJECT} Pertaining to a grouping of attributes used in describing something. Usually referring to the data required to represent a multimedia object, such an audio recording, a photograph of a person, or an image of a document.
OCCU {OCCUPATION} The type of work or profession of an individual.
ORDI {ORDINANCE} Pertaining to a religious ordinance in general.
ORDN {ORDINATION} A religious event of receiving authority to act in religious matters.
PAGE {PAGE} A number or description to identify where information can be found in a referenced work.
PEDI {PEDIGREE} Information pertaining to an individual to parent lineage chart.
PHON {PHONE} A unique number assigned to access a specific telephone.
PLAC {PLACE} A jurisdictional name to identify the place or location of an event.
POST {POSTAL_CODE} A code used by a postal service to identify an area to facilitate mail handling.
PROB {PROBATE} An event of judicial determination of the validity of a will. May indicate several related court activities over several dates.
PROP {PROPERTY} Pertaining to possessions such as real estate or other property of interest.
PUBL {PUBLICATION} Refers to when and/or were a work was published or created.
QUAY {QUALITY_OF_DATA} An assessment of the certainty of the evidence to support the conclusion drawn from evidence. Values: [0|1|2|3]
REFN {REFERENCE} A description or number used to identify an item for filing, storage, or other reference purposes.
RELA {RELATIONSHIP} A relationship value between the indicated contexts.
RELI {RELIGION} A religious denomination to which a person is affiliated or for which a record applies.
REPO {REPOSITORY} An institution or person that has the specified item as part of their collection(s).
RESI {RESIDENCE} The act of dwelling at an address for a period of time.
RESN {RESTRICTION} A processing indicator signifying access to information has been denied or otherwise restricted.
RETI {RETIREMENT} An event of exiting an occupational relationship with an employer after a qualifying time period.
RFN {REC_FILE_NUMBER} A permanent number assigned to a record that uniquely identifies it within a known file.
RIN {REC_ID_NUMBER} A number assigned to a record by an originating automated system that can be used by a receiving system to report results pertaining to that record.
ROLE {ROLE} A name given to a role played by an individual in connection with an event.
SEX {SEX} Indicates the sex of an individual--male or female.
SLGC {SEALING_CHILD} A religious event pertaining to the sealing of a child to his or her parents in an LDS temple ceremony.
SLGS {SEALING_SPOUSE} A religious event pertaining to the sealing of a husband and wife in an LDS temple ceremony.
SOUR {SOURCE} The initial or original material from which information was obtained.
SPFX {SURN_PREFIX} A name piece used as a non-indexing pre-part of a surname.
SSN {SOC_SEC_NUMBER} A number assigned by the United States Social Security Administration. Used for tax identification purposes.
STAE {STATE} A geographical division of a larger jurisdictional area, such as a State within the United States of America.
STAT {STATUS} An assessment of the state or condition of something.
SUBM {SUBMITTER} An individual or organization who contributes genealogical data to a file or transfers it to someone else.
SUBN {SUBMISSION} Pertains to a collection of data issued for processing.
SURN {SURNAME} A family name passed on or used by members of a family.
TEMP {TEMPLE} The name or code that represents the name OF a temple of the LDS Church.
TEXT {TEXT} The exact wording found in an original source document.
TIME {TIME} A time value in a 24-hour clock format, including hours, minutes, and optional seconds, separated by a colon (:). Fractions of seconds are shown in decimal notation.
TITL {TITLE} A description of a specific writing or other work, such as the title of a book when used in a source context, or a formal designation used by an individual in connection with positions of royalty or other social status, such as Grand Duke.
TRLR {TRAILER} At level 0, specifies the end of a GEDCOM transmission.
TYPE {TYPE} A further qualification to the meaning of the associated superior tag. The value does not have any computer processing reliability. It is more in the form of a short one or two word note that should be displayed any time the associated data is displayed.
VERS {VERSION} Indicates which version of a product, item, or publication is being used or referenced.
WIFE {WIFE} An individual in the role as a mother and/or married woman.
WILL {WILL} A legal document treated as an event, by which a person disposes of his or her estate, to take effect after death. The event date is the date the will was signed while the person was alive. (See also PROBate)
User-Defined GEDCOM Tags
 
 
Below are two lists of tags that may be found in GEDCOM files that you might encounter.  These tags are not part of the GEDCOM 5.5 standard.  They have been created and used by various genealogy programs in order to handle pieces of information that are not accounted for in the GEDCOM 5.5 specification.  Adding new tags is allowed in GEDCOM files.  Any new tag is supposed to begin with an underscore character (_).  Other programs that import GEDCOM files containing these new tag may or may not recognize them.  New tags that do not begin with an underscore have also been created and used by many genealogy programs.  This is against the "rules" but is very common.  Again, other programs that import GEDCOM files with these "illegal" tags may or may not recognize them.
 
Legacy also uses many tags that start with an underscore to handle information that isn't defined in the GEDCOM 5.5 specification.  See  HYPERLINK "mk:@MSITStore:C:\\Legacy\\Legacy6.chm::/html/custom_gedcom_tags.htm" Custom GEDCOM Tags for a list of these tags.
 
In the following lists, use this key to identify the programs using the tags:
 
AQ  = Ancestral Quest
BKW  = Brother's Keeper (Windows)
FamHer  = Family Heritage
FO =  Family Origins
FTM  = Family Tree Maker (DOS)
FTW  = Family Tree Maker (Windows)
Gen  = Generations
Leg = Legacy
PAF =  Personal Ancestral File
Reunion  = Reunion for the MAC
RootsIII = Roots III
RM = RootsMagic
TMG  = The Master Genealogist
 
 
Program-defined Tags
These are tags that are not defined in the GEDCOM 5.5 specification.  All program-defined tags should begin with an underscore (_).
 
Tag Program Description  
_ADPN         BKW6, PAF5       Adopted name    
_AKA          AQ3, PAF4, PAF5  used for the "also know as" name  
_AKAN         BKW6, PAF5       Also known as   
_BIRN         BKW6, PAF5       Birth name   
_BRTM         BKW6             Brit Mila (Circumcise on the eighth day after the birth of a Jewish boy.)  
_CENN         BKW6             Census name   
_CONF_FLAG    PAF5             Confidential Flag  
_COML         BKW6             Common law Marriage  
_CORR         FO7              Correspondence entry  
_CURN         BKW6, PAF5       Current know as   
_DATE_TYPE  PAF5               
_DATE2        AQ3              used for second date in a date range  
_DESC_FLAG    PAF5                
_DETS         FTM, FTW         ???  
_ELEC         FTW8             ???  
_EMAIL        BKW6, FO9, PAF   The email address of the individual  
_EYEC         BKW6             Eye color  
_EYES         Gen              Eyes color  
_EXCM         FTM              Excommunicated  
_EVENT_DEFN   PAF5             Event sentence definition  
_FA1 to 13    FTM, FTW         definitions for facts  
_FARN         BKW6, PAF5       Farm name   
_FKAN         BKW6             Formally known as   
_FNRL         BKW6             Funeral   
_FREL         FTW              Relationship to Father  
_GERN         BKW6, PAF5       German name   
_HEBN         BKW6             Hebrew name  
_HAIR         BKW6             Hair color  
_HEIG         BKW6             Height    
_HUSB         AQ3              used to indicate a child status within a family  
_INDN         BKW6             Indian name  Indiansk navn  
_INTE         BKW6             Interred  Where ashes are stored if cremated or put a body in a tomb    
_ITALIC       AQ3              indicates source title to be in italics  
_MARN         BKW6             Married name   
_MARNM        AQ3, PAF5        Used for married name  
_MASTER       AQ3              indicates source is to appear in Master listing  
_MBON         BKW6             Marriage Bond  Marriage Bond  
_MEDC         PAF5                
_MEND         FTW              Marriage Ending Status  
_MDCL         FTM, FTW         Medical entry  
_MILT         FTM7             Military Services  
_MISN         FTM              Mission  
_MREL         FTW              Relationship to Mother  
_MSTAT        FTW              Marriage Beginning Status  
_NAME         FO, PAF5         used for name in the address group of tags  
_NLIV         BKW6             Not living  
_NMAR         BKW6             Never married (person)  
_NMR          BKW6             Not married  
_OTHN         BKW6             Other name  
_PAREN        AQ3              indicatres source facts are to be enclosed in parentheses  
_PLACE_TYPE   PAF5                
_PRMN         BKW6             Permanent number  
_PRIM         AQ3, PAF5        indicates preferred image  
_PRIM         FO7              In the OBJE record to indicate if this is the primary photo for this person.  
_PRIMARY      AQ3              Indicated primary family for adopted child  
_PRIMARY      PAF5             Indicated primary family for adopted child  
_QUAY                           Quality  
_RELN         BKW6             Religious name  
_SCBK         AQ3, FO7, PAF5   In the OBJE record to indicate if the multimedia object should be in the scrapbook.  
_SCHEMA       FTW 5.0          heads a section defining tags - subordinate to the "0 HEAD" tag.  
_SENM         PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Male  
_SENDOM       PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Male (Date Only)  
_SENPOM       PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Male (Place Only)  
_SENDPM       PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Male (Date and Place)  
_SENF         PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Female  
_SENDOF       PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Female (Date Only)  
_SENPOF       PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Female (Place Only)  
_SENDPF       PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Female (Date and Place)  
_SENU         PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Unknown Gender  
_SENDOU       PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Unknown Gender (Date Only)  
_SENPOU       PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Unknown Gender (Place Only)  
_SENDPU       PAF5             Event sentence definition for a Unknown Gender (Date and Place)  
_SEPR         BKW6 & FTM & FTW Separated   
_SLDN         BKW6             Soldier name   
_SHON         BKW6             Short name    
_SSHOW        AQ3, PAF5        indicates if image is included in slideshow  
_SUBQ         RM       Subsequent source citation format  
_TODO         FO7              To-do item  
_TYPE         AQ3, FO7, PAF5   In the OBJE record to indicate the type of the object.  
_UID          PAF5             special individual ID code inserted for later file comparisons  
_UNKN         FTW8             special individual ID code inserted for later file comparisons  
_VERB         AQ11              
_YART         BKW6             Yartzeit   
_WEIG         BKW6             Weight   
_WIFE         AQ3              used to indicate a child status within a family  
 
 
Tags Not Specified in GEDCOM 5.5 
(Unspecified tag should start with an underscore but many do not.)
 
Tag Program Description  
ADR3     ???                  Third address line  
AKA      FO, FTM, Leg, PAF Also Known as  
ANCE     ???                  Ancestor  
ANUL     Reunion              Annulment  
ARVL     FTW5                 Arrival   
ASSO     FamHer               Association to a parent  
ATTR     FTW5, TMG            Attribute  
AUTH     Reunion              Author  
BIC      TMG                  Born in Covenant  
BLESS    Reunion              Blessing  
BLSL     FTW5                 Blessing LDS  
CANC     TMG                  Cancel Sealing  
CEME     FTW5                 Cemetery  
CIRC     Gen                  Circumcision  
CITN     Reunion, Gen         Citizenship  
CLAW     Reunion              Common Law   
CLER     Reunion, Gen         Clergy  
CNTC     Reunion              ???   
CODI     TMG                  Codicil  
COLO     FTW5, Gen, Reunion   Skin color  
COMML    FTW5                 Comment  
COMP     Reunion              ???  
COYN     FTW5                 County  
CPLR     Reunion, Gen         Compiler  
CRIM     TMG                  Criminal  
CSTA     Reunion              Child Status  
CUTOFFYR FTW5                 Cutoff year  
DATV     Reunion              ???  
DAU      FTW5                 Daughter  
DEGR     Reunion              Degree   
DESC     Reunion              Description  
DESR     TMG                  Description    
DETA     Reunion              Source Detail  
DETS     Gen                  ???  
DPRT     FTW5                 Departure    
DWEL     FTW5                 Dwelling  
EARL     Reunion              ???  
EDTN     Reunion, Gen         Edition  
EDTR     Reunion              Editor  
EMAL     Gen                  Email address  
ENMPL    TMG                  Employment   
EXCO     FO, Gen, TMG         Excommunicated  
EYES     Reunion              Eyes  
FATH     FTW5                 Father  
FAX      Gen, RM      Fax phone number  
FEMA     FTW5                 Female  
FILN     Reunion, Gen         File number  
FMT      FTW5                 Date format  
FOST     FTW5                 Foster child  
FRND     Gen                  Friends  
HAIR     Gen, Reunion         Hair color  
HEAL     Reunion              Medical  
HEIG     Gen, Reunion         Height  
HIST     Reunion              Research notes  
HISTID   FTW5                 History ID#  
HISTB    Reunion              ???  
HOBB     Gen, Reunion         Hobbies  
HONO     Gen, Reunion         Honors  
HOSP     Gen                  Hospitalization  
IDNO     Ancestral Quest      Reference number  
ILLN     Gen                  Illness  
ILLE     FTW5                 Illegitimate  
INFO     FTW5                 Information  
INTE     Reunion              Interviewer  
INTV     Reunion              Interviewed  
ISA      FTW5                 Is a kind of...  
ISSU     Reunion              Issue (Children)  
LABL     FTW3-5               Defines label for given fact, under the _SCHEMA  
LDS      FTW5                 LDS  
LOCA     Gen                  Source locality  
LVG      FTW5                 Living  
LVNG     Gen                  Living  
MALE     FTW5                 Male  
MILA     Gen                  Military Award   
MILD     Gen                  Military Discharge   
MILF     Reunion, Gen         Served in Military  
MILI     Reunion              Military  
MILT     Gen                  Military Services  
MISC     FTW5, Gen            Miscellaneous  
MIDSC    TMG                  Miscellaneous  diverse  
MISN     Gen                  Mission  
MOTH     FTW5                 Mother  
MOVE     Gen                  Move  
MSTAT    Mac Gene             Death status  
NAMG     Gen                  Naming  
NAMM     Reunion              Name ???  
NAMR     FTW5, Gen, Reunion   Religious Name  
NAMS     FO, TMG, Reunion     Name Sake  
NATI     Reunion              Nationality  
NMAR     FTW5                 Number of Marriages  
NOTP     WinFamily            Private note   
NULL     TMG                  Nullify LDS    
NUMB     FTW5, RootsIII, TMG  Number  
OWNR     Reunion              Owner  
ORDI     ???                  Ordinance  
ORDL     FTW5                 Ordination LDS  
ORIG     ???                  Origin  
PART     Gen                  Partners  
PASL     TMG                  Passenger   
PERI     Reunion              Periodical ???  
PPFX     RM           Place Prefix for event definition  
PRES     TMG                  Presumed cancelled   
PRTY     FTW7                 ???  
PUBL     Reunion              Publication  
PURC     Reunion, Gen         Land Purchase   
RACE     FTW, Gen, Reunion    Race  
RATI     ??                   Ratification  
REAS     FO7                  Reason (sub-tag to _CORR)  
REBA     TMG                  Re-baptized   
RECO     Reunion              Recorder  
REGI     Reunion, Gen         Register  
REMA     FTW5                 Remarks  
RESE     TMG                  Resealed   
RESIR    Reunion              Residence  
RESP     FO7                  Response (for Correspondence)  
REST     TMG                  Restored   
RFN      ???                  Record Number  
RIN      ???                  Record Number  
RPLY     FO7                  Reply Status for Correspondence [Y|N]  
SCHEMA   FTW5                 Schema (see _SCHEMA)  
SENT     RM           Sentence for event definition  
SEPA     Reunion, Gen         Separation  
SIBL     FTW5                 Sibling  
SLGP     FTW5                 Sealing to Parent   
SON      FTW5                 Son  
STAKE    FTW5                 Stake  
STAL     TMG                  Stake LDS  
STLB     Gen                  Stillborn  
STIL     FTW5, TMG            Stillborn   
SUBM     FamHer               Association to a parent  
SUBN     ???                  ???  
TOWN     FTW5                 Town  
UMAR     Reunion              Unmarried   
UNIT     FTW5                 Unit  
URL      Reunion              URL   
VOIL     TMG                  Void living   
VOL      Reunion, Gen         Volume  
WEIG     Gen, Reunion         Weight  
WWW      RM           Internet Address