Economic Times New word paints a depressing picture of the 'me' generation This is Cornwall So the term "selfie" has been chosen as word of the year by the august bunch of lexicographers at Oxford Dictionaries.
Narcissism is a term that originated with Narcissus in Greek mythology who fell in love with his own image reflected in a pool of water. Currently it is used to describe the pursuit of gratification from vanity, or egotistic admiration of one's own physical or mental attributes, that derive from arrogant pride.
Toronto Star A glossary for the Ford crack scandal Toronto Star A glossary for the Ford crack scandal. A Coles-notes version of some suddenly common terms used over recent weeks. Text size: Increase Decrease Reset.
Another Promising Neologism Ruined The American Conservative I haven't read Henry Nau's book (I admit, I wasn't aware of it), but gosh darn it I sure am annoyed to learn from Daniel Larison that he's decided that the term to use for rebooting...
Languages are constantly evolving. Though purists may shudder at what they see as the degradation of 'correct' language use, innovative and new ways of using grammar, syntax and vocabulary show a bill of good health for a language.
OUPblog (blog) Selfies and the history of self-portrait photography OUPblog (blog) Selfie – the Oxford Word of the Year for 2013 – is a neologism defined as “a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or...
Financial Express China has a word for its crass new rich CNBC.com And while it's quickly gone viral in China, where flashy new wealth is sparking growing resentment, it's also gaining global traction as the luxury-hungry Chinese rich are venturing...
Snowclone is a neologism for a type of cliché and phrasal template originally defined as "a multi-use, customizable, instantly recognizable, time-worn, quoted or misquoted phrase or sentence that can be used in an entirely open array of different variants". An example of a snowclone is "grey is the new black", giving rise to the template "X is the new Y".
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