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Sapiophile

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Sapiophile (noun) means someone who is sexually attracted to intelligent people (RT @ItzQuauhtli: Here's a Valentine's neologism (new word) 4 U; Sapiophile: http://t.co/8WN3lP7RN9
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(DE) - Neue Wörter vom 15.2.2015 | wortwarte.de

(DE) - Neue Wörter vom 15.2.2015 | wortwarte.de | neologism | Scoop.it
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- Antworthülse, die - Ausgaberoboterterminal, das - Bastelbrillen, die - Drangsalierungs-TV, das - Echtzeiterweiterung, die - Entschleunigungsabkommen, das - Faux-Pas-Utensil, das - hochheiraten, Verb - Hurennetzwerk, das - Ich-Branding, das - Kakerlaken-Patenschaft, die - Robotaxi, das - Smileyhinweis, der - Stauscanner, der - Tätertrance, die - Unwillkommenskultur, die

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Top 10 synonyms that sound like opposites

Tom Startup pointed out that flammable and inflammable appear to be opposites but actually mean the same. Someone called Generally Right offered slim chance and fat chance, which is nice. Adam Huntley offered passive and impassive, although they are not quite synonyms. 1. Habitable, inhabitable Nominated by Chris Jones and Graham Kirby. 2. Heritable, inheritable Chris Jones at the double. 3. Press, depress From Jon Baines and Martyn P Jackson. 4. Bone, debone Jackson again, along with Richard Sagar, CazzPink and Graham Kirby. 5. Valuable, invaluable Nominated by Jon Baines and Graham Kirby. 6. Bar, debar From Stacey Murray. The Oxford English Dictionary says debar is from the French débarrer, itself from the Old French desbarrer, unbar. 7. Personate, impersonate From Carl Gardner, who reminds us that “personation” is the term for an electoral offence. 8. Ravel, unravel Xlibris1 again and Francis Wheen, who says: “My beloved Chambers dictionary app gives ‘unravel’ as a definition of ‘ravel’.” 9. Privation, deprivation Suggested by Xlibris1. 10. Genius, ingenious An ingenious one suggested by both Graham Kirby and Fiona Wright.
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Semantic Knowledge Management : An Ontology-Based Framework (2008, Hardcover) - gekoo.co - Search, Find, Compare and Buy it Now

Semantic Knowledge Management : An Ontology-Based Framework (2008, Hardcover) - gekoo.co - Search, Find, Compare and Buy it Now | neologism | Scoop.it
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stunlaw: The Uses of Object-Oriented Ontology

stunlaw: The Uses of Object-Oriented Ontology | neologism | Scoop.it
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Words that may not mean what you think they do - Reading Addicts

Words that may not mean what you think they do - Reading Addicts | neologism | Scoop.it
“ A list of unusual words that may not mean what you think they do, including etymology and explanation”
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Forget selfie and vape, what are the new favourite words in other languages?

Forget selfie and vape, what are the new favourite words in other languages? | neologism | Scoop.it
"It seems 2014 was the year of ‘photobombing’ and ‘oversharing’ in English, but what about in Spanish, German and French? ..."©
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(DE) - Neue Wörter vom 18.1.2015 | wortwarte.de

(DE) - Neue Wörter vom 18.1.2015 | wortwarte.de | neologism | Scoop.it
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- Agrofirma, die - Bilderfassungsystem, das - Fernsehausstoß, der - Langsamfernsehen, das - Marktbeschwichtiger, der - Plasmaspektrometrie, die - Stützimplantat, das - Wirkstoffkombi, die

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Hacker Lexicon: What Is a Breach Notification?

Hacker Lexicon: What Is a Breach Notification? | neologism | Scoop.it
Breach Notification refers to the notification that businesses, government agencies and other entities are required by law in most states to do when certain personally identifiable information is obtained, or believed to have been obtained by an...
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(DE) - Neue Wörter vom 13.1.2015 | wortwarte.de

(DE) - Neue Wörter vom 13.1.2015 | wortwarte.de | neologism | Scoop.it

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Atemritual, dasBlockchain-Prinzip, dasFast-Break-Verteidigung, dieFußgängerzonenmodus, derImageclip, derLernhauskonzept, dasÖkodystopie, dieSix-Strikes-Regel, dieUniversalgrundrecht, dasVorglühformat, das


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(EN) - New words: 12 January 2015 | Cambridge University Press

(EN) - New words: 12 January 2015 | Cambridge University Press | neologism | Scoop.it

"Welcome to About Words, a blog from Cambridge Dictionaries Online. We publish posts discussing different features of the English language, as well as dictionary entries for words and phrases that are new to English or that have new meanings. We hope you enjoy the blog, and that you’ll post your own comments and vote on the new words. Keep checking back here over the weeks for a fascinating range of posts."


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New year, new words added to the dictionary

New year, new words added to the dictionary | neologism | Scoop.it
There's nothing fun about eating lunch at your desk. But now the overworked have a new term to use when they complain about it. The Oxford English Dictionary added "al desko" in 2014. It can be use...

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A Glossary Of New 2014 Terms, Because This Was Quite A Year for "Basic ... - Bustle

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There's no better way for me to put my sociology degree to good use than to study a cultural year in review.
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Homophonic Translations Are Multilingual Games Of Telephone

Homophonic Translations Are Multilingual Games Of Telephone | neologism | Scoop.it
Homophonic translations are a multilingual version of the parlor game in which each person whispers a phrase to the next, with the meaning getting mangled along the way.
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What is OmniChannel? Defining omnichannel and the customer experience | Omnichannel.me

What is Omnichannel? Similar to and an evolution of, multi-channel retailing, but is concentrated more on a seamless approach to the consumer experience.
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Dictionary.com - The world's favorite online English dictionary!

Dictionary.com - The world's favorite online English dictionary! | neologism | Scoop.it
The world's most popular dictionary and thesaurus with definitions, synonyms, antonyms, idioms, word origins, quotes, audio pronunciations, example sentences and Word of the Day!
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30 words you should only use when playing Scrabble

30 words you should only use when playing Scrabble | neologism | Scoop.it
“ The popular word game is the only place where longer words should be used in place of short ones that get the same point across.”
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hashtag-friendly - Word Spy

“ Of a word or phrase: short and memorable enough to be converted into a Twitter hashtag, possibly to the point of being dumbed-down or overly simplified.”
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Meformers: Users who post social media updates mostly relating to themselves

Meformers: Users who post social media updates mostly relating to themselves | neologism | Scoop.it
A recent study at Rutgers University suggests that if you want people to follow you, your social media presence can't be all about you.The study went over

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Video: Local | Watch The Lexicon of Sustainability Online | PBS Video

As consumers take increased responsibility for what they eat, many choose to become locavores, favoring foods grown or produced in their communities.
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Shipping terms Glossary / Glossario marítimo | sehr beliebt | Pageballs

Shipping terms Glossary / Glossario marítimo | sehr beliebt | Pageballs | neologism | Scoop.it
Shipping Terms Glossary - Terms for Navigation, Marine Engineering and Port Operations (English-Portuguese) Glossário marítimo com term
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(DE) - Neue Wörter vom 3.1.2015 | wortwarte.de

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Actionlust, dieAkkustrahler, derBedeutungsfabrik, dieBrauroboter, derCharismokrat, derEU-Pledge, derFahrradsheriff, derHeterothermie, diemerkiavellistisch, AdjektivPegidianer, derrestverkatert, AdjektivTandemcopter, derUnikatsgesellschaft, dieVerkehrsdroide, derWisch-und-weg-App, die


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Go ahead, make up new words!

Go ahead, make up new words! | neologism | Scoop.it

In this fun, short talk from TEDYouth, lexicographer Erin McKean encourages — nay, cheerleads — her audience to create new words when the existing ones won’t quite do.


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