Appendix:English autological terms
Other parts of speech may be autological: Nouns and Verbs can also be self-descriptive, though not in the same way that adjectives are; phrases may be autological, e.g., “three words long” is three words long; likewise acronyms may be, like TLA for “Three Letter Acronym”.
A word which is not autological is heterological, except the word “heterological” itself, which logically cannot be either – see the Grelling–Nelson paradox. The word “autological” itself may be taken, without contradiction, to be either autological or heterological – see Grelling–Nelson paradox#Autological.
The main list of autological words is Category:English autological terms; below find discussions of words that are autological in certain contexts or require explanation.
Depending on context 
- initial (In the present context)
- second (In the present context) (etc.)
- autological (can be treated as autological or not, indifferently; see Grelling–Nelson paradox)
- black (and other colours, when the word is printed in those colours: red, blue, etc.)
- camouflaged (when camouflaged, as in: camouflaged )
- editable (in a wiki-based online encyclopedia)
- English (and its equivalent in other languages, such as "Español", when referring to the language)
- igpay atinlay
- ink (when written in ink)
- legible (often)
- linking (in an online encyclopedia)
- listed, when it is an item in a list
- mentioned (In the present context)
- obscurantist (when used to describe long, intelligent-sounding language; obfuscatory)
- olden (at present)
- pronounceable (for many people)
- redundant, when placed preceding tautologies
- self-referential (when applied to itself)
- slang (originally)
- spoken/written etc. (when spoken/written etc.)
- unsung/unwritten etc. (when not sung/written etc.)
- the name of any typeface (when written in that typeface)
- typed (In the present context)
- sibilant (when spoken by somebody without a lisp or other sibilant-affecting speech impediment)
- antepenultimate (In the present context)
- penultimate (In the present context)
- final (In the present context)
- loan translation
Depending on context 
- antonym (when discussing the word synonym)
- e-text (when stored in an electronic format)
- example (in present context)
- hyperlink (when it appears as a hyperlink)
- item (in a list)
- neologism (originally)
- Film (actually not autological as a word, but it is as a name)
- symbol (when used in the Peircian sense)
- Iambic Pentametric Poetry.
- Worth fifty-eight points in Scrabble.
- Worth fifty-seven points in Scrabble.
- Twenty-Seven Character Phrase
- Insert innuendo here.