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The evolving role of the Oxford English Dictionary - FT.com

The evolving role of the Oxford English Dictionary - FT.com | neologism | Scoop.it
Look for a topical expression in the Oxford English Dictionary and you may find it is older than you think. “Phone-hacking”, for example, was first used in the early 1980s.

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Another Promising Neologism Ruined - The American Conservative

Another Promising Neologism Ruined - The American Conservative | neologism | Scoop.it
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...
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The Big Apple: QEeen (QE/quantitative easing + queen)

The Big Apple: QEeen (QE/quantitative easing + queen) | neologism | Scoop.it
An etymological dictionary of American words, names, quotations and phrases, including regional dictionaries of New York City, Florida, Oregon and Texas.
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Do the Words You Need Not Exist Yet? Good, Let's Make Some Up! - io9

Do the Words You Need Not Exist Yet? Good, Let's Make Some Up! - io9 | neologism | Scoop.it
Do the Words You Need Not Exist Yet? Good, Let's Make Some Up!
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Find the Logic - victoriousvocabulary: RECTOPATHIC [adjective] ...

Find the Logic - victoriousvocabulary: RECTOPATHIC [adjective] ... | neologism | Scoop.it
victoriousvocabulary:
“ RECTOPATHIC
[adjective]
Neologism: easily hurt emotionally; thin-skinned.
Etymology: ‘recto-’ (from Latin rectum, from rectus - straight) + ‘pathic' (from Greek pathos -...
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Hudud | #1 News Site on the Threat of Radical Islam

The term Hudud in Sharia (Islamic law) usually refers to the most serious criminal punishments.  For example, the punishment for apostasy, adultery and homosexuality is execution; thievery is punishable by having a hand severed and premarital sex...
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Geekzionario: "A forza di follouare tutti non ti fasi più e finisci a fappare"

Geekzionario: "A forza di follouare tutti non ti fasi più e finisci a fappare" | neologism | Scoop.it
Do u speak Wired? Gianluca Neri aggiorna i lettori sui neologismi della rete

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Five Words That Need to be Invented :: Blogs :: List of the Day :: Books :: Paste

Five Words That Need to be Invented :: Blogs :: List of the Day :: Books :: Paste | neologism | Scoop.it
On Sunday, we looked at words invented by authors. But we wondered about some other concepts in need of naming.
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Millet - What is millet?

Millet - What is millet? | neologism | Scoop.it
If you like cooking with whole grains, try using millet! Although it may be most widely used a birdseed, millet is a whole grain that can be used like rice in vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free dishes.
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‘Huh’ is used worldwide: study

‘Huh’ is used worldwide: study | neologism | Scoop.it
The world may be divided by hundreds of different languages but it seems one word unites the planet — "huh".

A Dutch study shows the word is used worldwide from as far apart as Ghana to Italy.

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The 2013 Twitter Glossary | Tier10lab

The 2013 Twitter Glossary | Tier10lab | neologism | Scoop.it
From instant messaging to MySpace to Twitter, the Internet has always come equipped with it’s own ever-evolving language.
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’404′ is the Top Word of 2013 followed by fail!, hashtag, @pontifex, and The Optic

’404′ is the Top Word of 2013 followed by fail!, hashtag, @pontifex, and The Optic | neologism | Scoop.it
Global Language Monitor’s 14th Annual Survey of Global English .

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China has a word for its crass new rich - CNBC.com

China has a word for its crass new rich - CNBC.com | neologism | Scoop.it
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...
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Snowclone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Snowclone

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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«Austericidio» y otras payasadas

«Austericidio» y otras payasadas | neologism | Scoop.it
Lo que el progresismo predica con esos vocablos es su tradicional receta de que prosigamos con el agigantamiento del Estado, que ya lo financiarán las clases medias con sus impuestos
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Twitter / STEcopywriting: Word of the day: NEOLOGISM ...

Twitter / STEcopywriting: Word of the day: NEOLOGISM ... | neologism | Scoop.it
RT @STEcopywriting: Word of the day: NEOLOGISM – a newly coined word or expression. Like BOOKAZINE. Meh. #WOTD http://t.co/B33306GSlb
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Kinesthetic Learning

Kinesthetic Learning | neologism | Scoop.it
Kinesthetic Learning, About.com Elementary Education (Kinesthetic Learning - Glossary Definition of Education Term Kinesthetic Learning http://t.co/CyHaiBOc3w #EduchatSA)...
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Austericidio

Austericidio | neologism | Scoop.it
Hay palabras o expresiones de la actualidad política y económica erróneas o mal utilizadas. El caso de hoy es 'austericidio'.
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Global Language Monitor most used words online for 2013: 404, fail, deficit, deadlock, stalemate and other depressing terms

Global Language Monitor most used words online for 2013: 404, fail, deficit, deadlock, stalemate and other depressing terms | neologism | Scoop.it
The rankings are based on how many times words, phrases and names were used online throughout the 1.8bn people in the English-speaking world

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Il processo di istituzionalizzazione di un neologismo

Il processo di istituzionalizzazione di un neologismo | neologism | Scoop.it

I segni distintivi di processo di istituzionalizzazione di un neologismo devono essere osservati per un lungo periodo di tempo ed è necessario, per ottenere ulteriori informazioni sulle origini e sulla diffusione del termine, raccogliere informazioni da più giornali, riviste, riviste specializzate, siti Internet e dizionari.

 


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Glossary

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There are a few expressions and references I like to use on the air that are not (yet!) in common usage. For your convenience, I define them here. For additional color on the expression, click on t...
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Terminology Tuesday: Solipsism - Apologetics 315

Terminology Tuesday: Solipsism - Apologetics 315 | neologism | Scoop.it
Terminology Tuesday: Solipsism. Solipsism: The doctrine that a person has a direct awareness only of his or her own conscious state and is in some way cut off from the reality of other things. The extreme form of solipsism is ...
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The S word

The S word | neologism | Scoop.it
STAGNATION has a particularly unpleasant resonance to the Russian ear, conjuring up memories of the ossified gerontocracy of the Brezhnev era. But with year-on-year...
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What is Sin?

What is Sin? | neologism | Scoop.it
What is sin? For such a small word, a lot is packed into the meaning of sin. The Bible describes sin as the breaking, or transgression, of God's law. It is also defined as disobedience or rebellion against God, as well as independence from God.
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