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) A newly coined word or phrase defined in the hope that it will become accepted into the language; a recently created term possibly in narrow use but not yet in general use.
February 15, Steve Gooch,
Ceci n'est pas une cybercarnet.
, at <tt>mentalspigot.com</tt>
: Finally, a for one of my favorite activities.
, Geoffrey D. Falk,
Stripping the Gurus
, Appendix IV, Million Monkeys Press
: spoofs that I incorporated in this essay:
coined a neologism/
February 7, Scott Fletcher, "Podfaders in Wired Magazine",
: If you're
a member of the Wikipedia police, the word "podfade" is merely neologistic , not suitable for inclusion in Wikipedia.
March 15, Ian Morrison, "Tom Weir", <tt>soc.culture.scottish</tt>,
: I think it is very cheeky to suggest that
word is a when the word "protologism" itself was only invented a month ago.
September 12, Dwight "The Troubled Teen", "Vocab Vacuum",
Ruminations of a Misspent Youth
, at <tt>dwightthetroubledteen.blogspot.com</tt>
:So what's the word for
I need a good Sniglet or .
December 16, Kevin Doran, "Poem in elimae",
: it's a visual pun, portmanteau (of sorts), and .
Coined by Mikhail Epstein (and adopted by the Wiktionary community) from
, first +
, word, by analogy with prototype and neologism.
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