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New FIFA 2014 World Cup ball 'Brazuca' unveiled - NDTVSports.com

New FIFA 2014 World Cup ball 'Brazuca' unveiled - NDTVSports.com | neologism | Scoop.it
NDTVSports.com New FIFA 2014 World Cup ball 'Brazuca' unveiled NDTVSports.com Rio de Janeiro: The new ball for next year's World Cup - called the "Brazuca," in honor of Brazil, of course - was unveiled at a ceremony on Tuesday in Rio de Janeiro.
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English Has a New Preposition, Because Internet

English Has a New Preposition, Because Internet | neologism | Scoop.it
Linguists are recognizing the delightful evolution of the word "because." (RT @BeatriceSoriani: English Has a New Preposition, Because Internet - Megan Garber http://t.co/YSRFEHwhFV #because #englishgrammar...
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New Word (At Least For Me) Is Ska | CAFFEINATED POLITICS

New Word (At Least For Me) Is Ska | CAFFEINATED POLITICS | neologism | Scoop.it
Reading the Sunday newspaper brought me in touch with a new word; one I assume many others are already aware of when it comes to music. At the time the helicopter crashed into a pub in Glasgow on Friday a ska band ...
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Ukrainians' word for their new turmoil both elusive and rich - Fox News

Ukrainians' word for their new turmoil both elusive and rich - Fox News | neologism | Scoop.it
Washington Post Ukrainians' word for their new turmoil both elusive and rich Fox News MOSCOW – Soon after the current wave of protests arose in Ukraine, a new word appeared to describe them: Euromaidan.
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Neologisms (aka Simpson-speak)

Neologisms  (aka Simpson-speak) | neologism | Scoop.it

You know you’re getting old (or just out of touch) when certain words used on social networking sites start to annoy you. To wit, the use of “Squee” and “Meh” in postings...


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Réseau Panlatin de Terminologie | Lexiques Realiter

Réseau Panlatin de Terminologie | Lexiques Realiter | neologism | Scoop.it

Environnement, informatique, Internet, commerce électronique, néologismes économiques, génôme humain, hémodynamique, géomatique, chariots de manutention, biotechnologie, grippe aviaire, nanotechnologies, diffusion et distribution du livre, changements climatiques, management de la qualité, intelligence artificielle, articles de bureau, marketing économique, SIDA, énergie éolienne, vélo et pneumopathies professionnelles


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Dizionario Twitter: 15 neologismi e un'infografica.

Dizionario Twitter: 15 neologismi e un'infografica. | neologism | Scoop.it
Dizionario Twitter sempre più ricco: 15 i nuovi termini gergali. Un'infografica ne spiega il significato ad utenti e Social Manager.

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Hire Edupreneurs: Advice for School Start-Ups

Hire Edupreneurs: Advice for School Start-Ups | neologism | Scoop.it
In the jargon-filled world of education, neologisms should be used sparingly.  For a new school aimed at inspiring innovators and entrepreneurial leaders with a new learning model, the term edupren...

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The 10 best words the Internet has given English

The 10 best words the Internet has given English | neologism | Scoop.it

From hashtags to LOLs to Cupertinos and Scunthorpe problems, Tom Chatfield picks the most interesting neologisms drawn from the digital world.

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7 Hebdo | Bricoleurs de mots - Le Républicain Lorrain

7 Hebdo | Bricoleurs de mots - Le Républicain Lorrain | neologism | Scoop.it

Le néologisme a son festival, qui navigue entre Paris et Le Havre. La langue française sillonne allègrement ce territoire sauvage des mots inventés au fur et à mesure des besoins.


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«Zlatanear» entra en el diccionario sueco

«Zlatanear» entra en el diccionario sueco | neologism | Scoop.it

El neologismo, aprobado junto a otros 39 términos por la Academia de la Lengua sueca, significa «dominar con fuerza»


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We give you our words: The neologisms

We give you our words: The neologisms | neologism | Scoop.it
Coining new words is one of the Invite’s biggest claims to fame: Here are some classics of the past decade.

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Carl Welser: Consider another batch of neologisms

Carl Welser: Consider another batch of neologisms | neologism | Scoop.it
So lucky am I to have kids who love words as much as I do. As such, we find it fun to make up new words and share them. These new words are technically called neologisms, or neologs. Most are simply caricatures of existing words.

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Prostituted words: Time for a new style guide - rabble.ca

Prostituted words: Time for a new style guide - rabble.ca | neologism | Scoop.it
rabble.ca Prostituted words: Time for a new style guide rabble.ca Prostitution is the most exploitative, degrading work on Earth.
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nibling, niephling, niefling, etc - Neology

nibling, niephling, niefling, etc - Neology | neologism | Scoop.it
A neologism site gives more info: http://t.co/G1NE67M8vZ RT @FactHive: The plural gender-neutral term for "nieces & nephews" is "niblings"
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Paweł Rutkowski, PhD | section for sign linguistics

Paweł Rutkowski, PhD | section for sign linguistics | neologism | Scoop.it
signative: talkative speaker of a #SignLanguage, #neologism by Paweł Rutkowski, #paradisec conference at @unimelb http://t.co/Ukhq85on4I
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Eurozine - Defining the precariat - Guy Standing A class in the making

Eurozine - Defining the precariat - Guy Standing A class in the making | neologism | Scoop.it
The precariat can be described as a neologism that combines the adjective "precarious" & the noun "proletariat" http://t.co/wHZ8keIAvB #svpt
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Êtes-vous Chocoholique ?

Êtes-vous Chocoholique ? | neologism | Scoop.it
Le "chocoholisme" est un néologisme qui définit l'addiction au chocolat. Combien sommes-nous à éprouver une attirance particulière pour ce mets délicat, délicieux et, ô combien, nourrissant ?

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Marco Bertolini's curator insight, February 17, 2013 5:58 AM

Définitivement oui !  Et sans complexe !

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'Ineptnorant' and other neologifications

'Ineptnorant' and other neologifications | neologism | Scoop.it
https://twitter.com/StanCarey/status/273871687697707008 Ralph Keyes has an enjoyable essay on neologisms at the American Scholar, analysing the factors in their success or failure and sharing some ...

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Le mot «ingooglable» sème la discorde | Internet

Le mot «ingooglable» sème la discorde | Internet | neologism | Scoop.it
Le Conseil de la langue suédois a révélé mardi avoir retiré de sa liste de néologismes le mot «ingooglable» après des demandes de Google qui n'a pas apprécié...

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Google takes on Sweden in fight over the word "ungoogleable": http://www.dailydot.com/news/google-sweden-ungoogleable-battle-ogooglebar/
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Knit a sock for a lamp post - Radio Netherlands

Knit a sock for a lamp post - Radio Netherlands | neologism | Scoop.it
Knit a sock for a lamp postRadio NetherlandsWildbreien or 'wild knitting' has been nominated most beautiful Dutch neologism of 2011. The newly coined word got the most votes on the website of the Dutch Institute of Lexicology.

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"Attachiant", ce mot qui nous manquait

"Attachiant", ce mot qui nous manquait | neologism | Scoop.it
C'est le néologisme distingué samedi par l'édition 2011 du festival XYZ du mot nouveau.

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«Zlataner» rejeté du dictionnaire français

«Zlataner» rejeté du dictionnaire français | neologism | Scoop.it
« Zlataner » est entré dans le langage courant. Le néologisme créé par Les Guignols de l’Info a même trouvé une définition dans le dictionnaire suédois : « Se charger de quelque ...

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« Le Dico des mots qui n’existent pas... et qu’on utilise quand même »

« Le Dico des mots qui n’existent pas... et qu’on utilise quand même » | neologism | Scoop.it

De « forwarder » à « googliser », d’ « overbooké » à « blacklisté », il fallait bien un dictionnaire à tous ces termes qui émaillent notre vocabulaire quotidien et signent notre « branchitude » !

Et pour cause, tous ces néologismes, anglicismes, ou encore ces mots nés d’approximations phonétiques (comme «aéropage» par exemple qui s’est substitué à «aréopage» pour désigner un groupe de gens) ne figurent dans aucun dictionnaire qui se respecte! 
On parle ici de ces épais ouvrages de lexicographes qui, eux, décident du sort d’un terme fraîchement éclos et largement utilisé dans le langage courant. Ces messieurs Larousse ou Robert, dont seule la reconnaissance en paternité donne une existence légale à un mot. Tant que leurs respectables pages ne l’ont pas accueilli en leur sein, il reste considéré comme un bâtard de la langue française – qui, elle, n’en finit plus de s’acoquiner avec l’anglais! –, une sorte de chien perdu sans collier. 
Heureusement que Gilles Vervisch, professeur agrégé de philosophie, et son compère Olivier Talon, docteur en chimie, ont eu la bonne idée de les rassembler dans Le Dico des mots qui n’existent pas... et qu’on utilise quand même. 


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Poll: Do translators have the right to introduce a neologism? (Poll Discussion)

Poll: Do translators have the right to introduce a neologism? (Poll Discussion) | neologism | Scoop.it
Discussion among translators, entitled: Poll: Do translators have the right to introduce a neologism?.

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