Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
US Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika, Estados Unidos de América, États-Unis d'Amérique, Stati Uniti d'America, United States of America
Neologismus, Neologismo, Néologisme, Neologismo, Neologism

A

afro-amer mentorsician (W3)

(E?)(L1) http://www.urbandictionary.com/

an african american person and or legend whom another person looks up, and appriciates.


alcopops (W3)

setzt sich zusammen aus "alcohol" und "lollipop".

amazonen

Wenn in der Ausgabe 02/2003 die Wirtschaftswoche mit dem Aufmacher "Haben Sie heute schon gegoogelt?" das Wort "googeln" hoffähig macht, was sollte also dagegen sprechen auch "amazonen" für "effizientes Suchen (und Kaufen) von Büchern im Internet" eine Chance zu geben.

angelfire
The Jerry Seinfeld Dictionary of Terms and Phrases

(E?)(L?) http://www.angelfire.com/nj/carlb/seinfeld/seinfelddictionary.html
Leider sind aber keine Hinweise zur Entstehung der Ausdrücke angegeben.

B

bafflegab (W3)

Der im Jahr 1952 kreierte Neologismus "bafflegab" setzt sich zusammen aus engl. "baffle" = dt. "jemanden verwirren", "verblüffen", "narren", "täuschen", "jemandem ein Rätsel aufgeben" und engl. "gab" = dt. "Gequassel", "Geschwätz". Milton Smith prägte das Wort um die unverständliche, bürokratische Sprache einer (insbesondere verwaltungstechnischen) Veröffentlichung zu kritisieren.

(E?)(L?) http://english.360elib.com/datu/P/EM383725.pdf

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"gobbledygook". Meaningless words, blithering blather, governmental jargon, originally and especially. Invention of the word usually is credited to Representative Maury Maverick (Democrat, Texas), grandson of the MAVERICK, whose duties as chairman of the Smaller War Plants Corp. during the Second World War required him to attend committee meetings at which BUREAUCRATS ran on about "maladjustments co-extensive with problem areas," "alternative but nevertheless meaningful minimae," and so on. This inspired him to produce a formal order on March 30, 1944, banning "gobbledygook language": "Be short and say what you're talking about. . . . No more patterns, effectuating, dynamics. Anyone using the words activation or implementation will be shot. " The word obviously filled a need, since it caught on immediately. "People ask me where I got gobbledygook," the congressman explained. "I do not know. It must have come in a vision. Perhaps I was thinking of the old bearded turkey gobbler back in Texas who was always "gobbledy-gobbling" and strutting with ludicrous pomposity. At the end of this "gobble" there was a sort of gook" {New York Times Magazine, 5/21/44). See also "TURKEY".

Synonyms of "gobbledygook" include "bafflegab", "federalese", "officialese", "Pentagonese", and "Washington Cboctaw". "Officialese" {OED, 1884) is the oldest of these, but "bafflegab" probably has the widest currency. It is a product of the early 1950s: "Milton Smith, the assistant general counsel of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, has coined a new word, "bafflegab", designed solely for Washington bureaucrats, or for UN bureaucrats, for that matter" (San Francisco Call-Bulletin, 3/4/52). See also "BUNK" and "MALARKEY".
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(E2)(L1) http://www.dictionary.com/browse/bafflegab

bafflegab


(E?)(L?) http://listserv.linguistlist.org/pipermail/ads-l/2007-September/subject.html




(E?)(L?) http://www.oedilf.com/db/Lim.php?Word=bafflegab

Limericks on "bafflegab"


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordorigins.org/index.php/site/comments/1952_words/

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"bafflegab", n. "Bafflegab" is unclear, official jargon. The first citation in the OED credits Milton A. Smith of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce with coining the word. Smith defined it as, “Multiloquence characterised by a consummate interfusion of circumlocution [...] and other familiar manifestations of abstruse expatiation commonly utilised for promulgations implementing procrustean determinations by governmental bodies.” (The citation is from the British Daily Telegraph, in case you’re wondering why an American is using British spelling.)
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(E?)(L?) http://www.worldwidewords.org/weirdwords/ww-baf1.htm

"Bafflegab" is incomprehensible or pretentious verbiage. It hit the newspapers and public notice on 19 January 1952, the day after a plaque was presented to its inventor to mark his creation of this invaluable word. He was Milton A Smith, assistant general counsel for the US Chamber of Commerce. It was presented by Michael V DiSalle, the head of the Office of Price Stabilization, who rejoiced in the title of Price Stabilizer. (Where are people like this when you need them?)

Milton Smith coined the word in a piece he wrote for the Chamber’s weekly publication, Washington Report, which criticised the OPS for the bureaucratic language it used in one of its price orders. This was picked up by the Bellingham Herald in Washington State, which wrote an editorial about it, saying “"Gobbledegook" is mouth-filling, but it lacks the punch of "bafflegab". The inventor of that one deserves an award.” The newspaper made sure he got one by paying for the plaque to be made and organising its presentation.

The inventor said he had spent a maddening day trying to explain the OPS order to a colleague and decided a special word was needed to describe its special blend of “incomprehensibility, ambiguity, verbosity and complexity”. He tried "legalfusion", "legalprate", "gabalia", and "burobabble" before settling on "bafflegab". There’s nothing mysterious about the make-up of the word, and that’s part of its appeal. But it’s the stress on those plosive consonants that really makes it fly. It might well have succeeded even without the publicity associated with the award.

At the presentation, Milton Smith was asked to briefly define his word. It was, he said succinctly, “multiloquence characterized by consummate interfusion of circumlocution or periphrasis, inscrutability, and other familiar manifestations of abstruse expatiation commonly utilized for promulgations implementing Procrustean determinations by governmental bodies.” Just so.


(E?)(L?) http://listserv.linguistlist.org/pipermail/worldwidewords/2004-October/000305.html

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By its specialist nature, this isn't a book for everyone, but if you want to make sense of the bafflegab coming out of Washington, you'll find what you need here.

[Grant Barrett [ed.], Hatchet Jobs and Hardball: The Oxford Dictionary of American Political Slang, published by Oxford University Press USA; hardback, pp302; ISBN 0195176855; $25.00.]
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(E?)(L?) http://listserv.linguistlist.org/pipermail/worldwidewords/2005-June/000335.html

3. Weird Words: "Bafflegab"

Incomprehensible or pretentious language, especially bureaucratic jargon.

This word hit the newspapers and public notice on 19 January 1952, the day after a plaque was presented to its inventor to mark his creation of this invaluable word. He was Milton A Smith, assistant general counsel for the US Chamber of Commerce. It was presented by Michael V DiSalle, the head of the Office of Price Stabilization, who rejoiced in the title of Price Stabilizer. (Where are people like this when you need them?)
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(E?)(L?) http://www.yourdictionary.com/bafflegab

bafflegab


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=bafflegab
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "bafflegab" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1900 / 1940 auf.

(E?)(L?) http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordmap.co/#bafflegab

This experiment brings together the power of Google Translate and the collective knowledge of Wikipedia to put into context the relationship between language and geographical space.


Erstellt: 2017-06

barrowdowns
Talking Tolkien

(E?)(L?) http://www.barrowdowns.com/talkingtolkien.php


(E?)(L?) http://www.barrowdowns.com/middleearthname.php
Talking Tolkien is a collaborative effort to create a combination of dictionary entries and etymological articles on the words used by J.R.R. Tolkien. It is a study that deals with the true root of Middle-earth - language. We hope you enjoy the various routes you find here that explore the hidden pathways of Tolkien's literature.

Und man kann sich seinen Namen in die Middle-earth-Sprache übersetzen lassen.

Für "Horst" erhielt ich folgende Aussage:

According to the Red Book of Westmarch, In Middle-earth, horst was a Frightened Wizard
Elven Name Possibilities for horst - The root name suitable for feminine and masculine is: Tanthôl
Another masculine version is: Tanthôlion
More feminine versions are: Tanthôliel, Tanthôlien, Tanthôlwen

Hobbit lad name for horst
Orgulas Brownlock from Archet
Hobbit lass name for horst
Lobelia Brownlock from Archet

Dwarven Name for horst
Malin Coppertooth
This name is for both genders.

Orkish Name for horst
Shaghósh the Sneak
This name is for both genders.


Blooper
Web Blooper (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.web-bloopers.com/
In der Ausgabe 09/2003 der Zeitschrift "INTERNET PROFESSIONELL" fand ich einen Hinweis auf ein aktuelles Buch von Jeff Johnson mit dem Titel "Web Bloopers". Bisher habe ich noch keine eindeutige Definition, geschweige denn einen etymologischen Hinweis dazu gefunden. Auch im Englisch-Wörterbuch oder der "Britannica" war nichts zu finden. Also muss das Wort ein Neologismus sein. Hinweise nehme ich gerne entgegen.
Jedenfalls muss es etwas wie "Fehler" heissen. In dem Buch geht es um Design-Fehler beim Erstellen von Internetseiten zu den Stichwörtern Inhalte, Funktionalität, Navigation, Formulare, Suchfunktionen, Grafik, Layout, Links.

Übrigens: Ich bin immer froh, wenn Sie mich auf "Blooper" auf dem Etymologie-Portal aufmerksam machen!

BRITISH-AMERICAN Misunderstandings

Im Zusammenhang mit sprachlischen Entwicklungen ist auch interessant, welche unterschiedlichen Entwicklungen die englische Sprache in England und den USA erfährt.

Oscar Wilde once said "America and Britain are a single country divided by a common language".

Although the British and Americans share a common language, there are 3 problem areas to be aware of:
What the British say:What the Americans say:What the Germans say
a man who addresses a prostitutesolicitor 
afters (or pudding)dessert 
anti-clockwisecounter-clockwise 
aubergineegg-plants 
autumnfall 
billcheck 
bintrashcan 
birdchickMädel
biscuitcookie 
blokeguy 
boottrunk 
bracessuspendersHosenträger
brushbroom 
bumbuttHintern
bumstrampsObdachloser, Landstreicher
campgayschwul
car parkparking lot 
chapguy 
chemistdrugstore 
chipsfries 
chumbuddie 
couragespunk 
courgettezucchini 
crispschips 
curtainsdrapes 
CVresumé 
dressing gownrobeHausmantel, Bademantel
dual carriagewaydivided highway 
dummycomforterSchnuller
engagedbusy 
estate carstation wagon 
fagcigarette 
fanny (Vagina)fanny (Hintern) 
first floorsecond floor1. Etage
flatappartment 
flatmateroommates 
footballsoccer 
fortnighttwo weeks 
French beansnow peas 
full stopperiod 
gherkinpickles 
gobsmackedextremely surprised, speechless 
ground floorfirst floorErdgeschoß
holidayvacation 
homelyugly 
homosexualfag 
jumpersweater 
kipnapSchläfchen
knickerswomen's underpants 
knock up (aufwecken)knock up (jmd. schwängern) 
left luggagelost property 
liftelevator 
loorestroom 
lorrytruck 
mobile phonecell phone, cellie 
momentarily (gleich)momentarily (für eine sehr kurze Zeit) 
motorautomobile 
motorwayfreeway 
mummom 
nappydiaper 
noughtzero 
off-licenceliquor store 
omnibustram 
pantsunderpantsUnterhosen
pants (Unterhosen)pants (Hosen) 
pavementsidewalk 
pensionerseniors 
petrolgas 
pint (20 fluid ounces)pint (16 fluid ounces) 
pissed (betrunken)pissed (verärgert) 
postmail 
prambaby carriage, baby buggy, stroller 
pubbar 
puddingdessert 
queueline 
randyhornygeil 
return ticketround-trip ticket 
reverse chargescall collect 
ringcall 
roundabouttraffic circles, rotaries 
rubbercondom 
rubbishtrash, garbage 
sackdismiss, fire 
scotchwhiskey 
second floorthird floor2. Etage
SellotapeScotch tape (a brand name of 3M Corporation). 
shopstore 
skipdumpster, trash bin 
slashurinate 
sleeping policemanspeed-bump 
solicitorlawyer 
spunksemen 
stalagmite, stalagtitesflowstones 
starterappetizer 
steady on"hold your horses!" 
stilettospumps, high heels 
strokeslash 
sweetscandy 
tapfaucetWasserhahn
tarmacasphalt 
tightspanty-hose 
Tippexwhite out 
torchflashlight 
trainers (training shoes)sneakers 
tramstreetcar 
treaclemolasses 
trolleyshopping cart 
trouserspantsHosen
vestundershirtUnterhemd
waistcoatvestWeste, Jacke
Wellingtonsrubber boots, galoshes 
wheatcornWeizen
williepenis 
windscreenwindshield 
zedzeeZ


Buns of Steel (W3)

(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/words/BunsofSteel.asp
Das engl. Slang-Wort "buns" kann mit "Hintern" übersetzt werden. Die "Stahlbacken" braucht man, um lange Meetings durchzustehen.
In den 1980er Jahren gab es einen gab es ein Video mit diesem Titel.

C

cadillacing (W3)

Bezugnehmend auf das komfortable Luxusauto "Cadillac" wurde "cadillacing" zum umgangssprachlichen Ausdruck für "relaxing", "chilling".

(E?)(L?) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/citations/cadillacing_3/


(E?)(L?) http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~ling215/NewWords/


Erstellt: 2010-02

clickz
To Google, and Other Neologisms

(E?)(L?) http://www.clickz.com/search/opt/article.php/3068981
Google's lawyers don't like it, but the search engine's name has become a "generonym," a brand name people use as a generic word. The word "Google" itself is a neologism, a variation on the huge number called a googol.
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comnetwork
Proscio, Tony
A plea for plain speaking in foundations - in other words

(E?)(L?) http://www.comnetwork.org/resources/downloads/inotherwords.pdf


The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation

Table of Contents


Erstellt: 2011-03

Coming-Home-Effekt (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.ntv-online.de/3168148.html
Vorfreude hält wach
Routinierte Fahrer wissen es schon lange, doch nun gibt es auch die wissenschaftliche Bestätigung: Müde Fahrer sind bei der Annäherung an ihren Heimatort wieder aufmerksamer. Die belgischen Forscher gaben diesem Phänomen den Namen "Coming-Home-Effekt".

cut steel (W3)

(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/words/cutsteel.asp
Das engl. "cut steel" könnte man vielleicht mit "in Stein hauen" übersetzen. Es wird also etwas realisiert.

D

dailycandy
Fashion-News and Fashion Words and New Fashion Words
DailyCandy Lexicon

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/
DRINKS & FOOD | FUN | BEAUTY | ARTS & CULTURE | FASHION | DAILYCANDY KIDS
DailyCandy is the ultimate source for the latest need-to-know information about fashion, food and fun. It's like getting an e-mail from your clever, unpredictable and totally in-the-know best friend who always has the scoop on everything.
Subscribe to the free daily e-mail service, and you'll soon be the insider telling everyone who's designing the jeans of the moment and where to score the Pumas that aren't officially for sale in the U.S. yet. DailyCandy will let you in on everything from secret beauty treatments and cool tech toys to must-read novels and must-have accessories for you and your dog.
Defiantly hip, delightfully random, and always the first to get the scoop, DailyCandy is as fun as it is useful.
DailyCandy comes in four flavors:

"Lexicons": If you've been a DailyCandy subscriber for a while, you know the drill. Lexicons. We love words almost as much as we love food, fashion, and fun. If you're new to the game, allow us to debrief you. So enthusiastic were the responses to Lexicon installments I, II, and III that we keep a file of words we pick up along the way as well as words we create when we see the lack of a better word out there. (Like "stray." Stray? C'mon, like you don't know one. A stray is the term for a straight man who everyone secretly believes is gay.)

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=15788&city=4
Lexicon I

Girleen (n) | Swish (adj) | Shoppings (n) | Mwah (v) | Skew-wiff (adj)

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=15918&city=4
Lexicon II

Intie (n.) | Stray (n.) | Tine-gid-ish? | Flossin' (v.) | D.I.T. (n.)

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=16192&city=1
Lexicon III

"He's a lot of yabba dabba and not a lot of do." | "I smoke O.P.'s." | "Mitin" | "I have that T-shirt." | F.L.A.C.I.D.

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=20138&city=4 Lexicon IV

drailing | mego | ranky | gu | mousewife

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=20962&city=4 Lexicon V

spenny | NUMP/NUWT | e-mauling | guyatus | scum | KISS

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=21078&city=4
Lexicon VI

crappuccino | smellibacy | puppy stuff | bust bust | tart fuel | phone zit | BIN | yellular

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=21288&city=4 Lexicon VII

helicopter girl/boyfriend | blamestorming | teenile | karat dangler | resigoo

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=21441&city=4
Lexicon VIII

biphonal | doggerel | drimming | HIT | lush flush | me-Jane | PST | Reverse Evolution Princes

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=22020&city=6
Lexicon IX

beighborhood | DIZO | Earnest Hemorrhage | foxymoron | GHaG | hobeau | nontourage | pharmasecrecy | showflake | SoDeeWah | staremaster

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=22282&city=1
Lexicon X

Violent night, troll-y night n. | Mistleho n. | Eggsnog n. | Round yon virgin n. | Santa fraud n. | Dreidel robber n. | Yulezilla n. | Mrs. Claws n.
(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=22548&city=1
Lexicon XI

bandwagoner | candy-boxer | cryday the 13th | engage-mint | fear goggling | flighty Aphrodite | hetox | kama-suture | love at first fight | poxes of chocolate | scamentine | Valenspammer

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=23182&city=1
Lexicon XII

alphabet pity | barnese | boroughbred | bungaho | gansevoria | l.i.e.r | marislime | p.u.i. | Saturday night fever

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=23205&city=1
Lexicon XIII

dressed to spill | hybris | margariter | Mulholland jive | p.u.i. | restaur-romp | sky-barred | self-valetdation | Saturday night fever

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=23536&city=1
Lexicon XV

a.c. pee | condenversation | despair conditioning | filmic moment | glute glue | little white line | pit-fall | shamtonite | skimplify

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=23794&city=9
Lexicon XV

altarcation | bridesmaid, revisited | brilton | ca-toast-trophic | child bride | debauchelor | dowdification | groompaloompa | maid of dishonor | nuptualpalooza | OVD | rockafella | the hora, the hora | Vera-cious

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/article.jsp?ArticleId=24708&city=11
Lexicon XVI

Carb bomb | Crapas | Ickymaki | Lauriolpalozza | Martyrini | Sinabler | Soy Capitan

(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/all-cities/article/25671/Lexicon-XVIII

Techie Talk


(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/all-cities/article/25790/Lexicon-XIX

Win, Lose, or Drive


(E?)(L?) http://www.dailycandy.com/all-cities/article/25818/Lexicon-XX

Driving Us to Think


Erstellt: 2011-02

doubletongued.org
Double-Tongued Word Wrester (W3)
A growing lexicon of fringe English, focusing on slang, jargon, new words, and more...
Word - words as they enter and leave the English language
Neologisms, Nonce Words, and Sniglets

(E?)(L?) http://www.waywordradio.org/dictionary-listing/

Double-Tongued Dictionary Index

The Double-Tongued Dictionary (formerly Double-Tongued Word Wrester) was a web lexicon of new words and fringe English compiled and edited by A Way with Words co-host Grant Barrett and volunteers since 2004. In 2012, the dictionary was merged with this website. Read about the merger, including more information about the dictionary’s contents. Entries may include obscene language or adult themes.


(E?)(L?) http://www.doubletongued.org/

Double-Tongued Word Wrester records undocumented or under-documented words from the fringes of English. It focuses upon slang, jargon, and other niche categories which include new, foreign, hybrid, archaic, obsolete, and rare words. Special attention is paid to the lending and borrowing of words between the various Englishes and other languages, even where a word is not a fully naturalized citizen in its new language.

I am an American lexicographer for Oxford University Press in New York City. This site is not sponsored by, affiliated with, nor otherwise related to Oxford University Press, which does not necessarily endorse, validate, nor approve its contents. In my work for OUP, I am also the project editor for the Historical Dictionary of American Slang and editor of The Oxford Dictionary of American Political Slang (2004). Outside of OUP, I am also editor of The Official Dictionary of Unofficial English (April 2006, McGraw-Hill) and vice president for communications and technology for the American Dialect Society.

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Grant Barrett, Editor and Administrator, Double-Tongued Word Wrester, May 2004, Revised October 2005


(E?)(L?) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/email/

This is a daily email list. It is not a discussion list. Five days a week you will receive a single message containing one or more dictionary entries, including definitions and some supporting information. Citations will not be sent. These entries will have been posted to the web site on the previous day; to see the words without the 24-hour delay, visit the web site every day or subscribe to the RSS feed. Each message will be short.


(E?)(L?) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/queue/


(E?)(L?) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/guide/
Auf der "About"-Seite findet man noch eine Wortgeschichte zur Bezeichnung der Web-Site:


What About That Weird Name?
"Double-Tongued Word Wrester" comes from a citation in the online edition of the "Oxford English Dictionary", under the entry for "word", n.:
1571 - GOLDING - Calvin on Ps -. xii. 3: This dubblehartednesse..maketh men dubble~tunged & woordwresters.
It's a reference to Arthur Golding's translation of Calvin's commentary on the Psalms.
Anyone who studies theology will immediately note that to be called a "double-tongued word wrester" is not to be complimented. To be "double-tongued" is to speak with a forked tongue, to be a liar and a deceiver, while a "word wrester" is one who picks and chooses his own interpretation of scripture in order to have it conform to his own lifestyle, rather than modifying his lifestyle according to the standard doctrine of his faith.
Outside of Arthur Golding's work, I have not been able to find the two parts of the term "double-tongued" and "word wrester" together. So I'll join them here as a new, different word, and say that a "double-tongued word wrester" is one who finds a home in more than one language and who draws forth words from the zeitgeist like plucking drowning sailors from the sea, or like pulling thorns from the paw of a lion, or like picking blackberries from the brierpatch.


Alternately, you could take this site's odd name as a bit of my self-deprecation and just enjoy the words.

Auf der selben Seite findet man auch die Begriffsbestimmung für "word" (die zumindest für diese Website gelten soll):

What Is A Word?
Below I use word to include term or phrase. This is consistent with an academic definition of word, which might be explained as "a self-contained part of language, made of one or more morphemes, recognized by its speakers to represent a single idea or unit, several of which together can form a sentence." A word is not necessarily a string of characters uninterrupted by a space.

07.01.2006:

(E?)(L?) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/categories/
Country:

Afghanistan | Argentina | Australia | Austria | Bangladesh | Brazil | Cameroon | Canada | China | Congo | Cuba | Dominica | Dominican Republic | Ecuador | El Salvador | Equatorial Guinea | France | Germany | Ghana | Guyana | Haiti | Hong Kong | India | Indonesia | Iran | Iraq | Ireland | Israel | Italy | Jamaica | Japan | Kazakhstan | Kenya | Liberia | Malaysia | Malta | Mexico | Mozambique | Nepal | New Zealand | Nicaragua | Nigeria | Pakistan | Papua New Guinea | Philippines | Portugal | Puerto Rico | Russia | Scotland | Singapore | South Africa | South Korea | Spain | Sri Lanka | St. Lucia | Syria | Thailand | Trinidad & Tobago | Uganda | United Kingdom | United States | Vietnam | Zambia | Zimbabwe

State, Province, or City:

Alabama | Alaska | California | Colorado | Connecticut | Florida | Georgia | Hawaii | Illinois | Lousiana | Massachusetts | Minnesota | Missouri | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New Mexico | New York | North Carolina | Oklahoma | Pennsylvania | Quèbec | Tennessee | Texas | Virginia | Washington | Wisconsin | NYC | Toronto

Die Wortliste vom 08.04.2007:

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/a/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With A

agbero n. | agreemo n. | air ship v. phr. | air supply n. | alambrista n. | alcopop n. | alive day n. | all-city adj. | alligator n. | alligator arms n.pl. | Amexica n. | AMW n. | anchor baby n. | angel n. | Anthropocene n. | anti-fit adj. | ARC n. | archaearium n. | area boy n. | Arizona pinstriping n. | armchair pilot n. | Asbo n. | Asiental adj. | Aspenize v. | asplode v. | auroral chorus n. | autograt n. | awfulize v. | AWOL n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/b/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With B

babalog n. | babyface turn n. | babymoon n. | backdoor draft n. | backpacker n. | bag drag n. | bag nasty n. | bag skate n. | bajet n. | baked in adj. | bakkie n. | balayage n. | Baltimore wrench n. | bampot n. | bang v. | bang in v. | Bangalored adj. | bank v. | barbecue stopper n. | bark mitzvah n. | barmuda triangle n. | barrel edition n. | Basement Betty n. | bastard n. | bat wings n.pl. | battle rattle n. | bazooty n. | beat bag n. | Beavis and Butt-head lab n. | bed head n. | bed-blocker n. | beer chariot n. | beer shooter n. | belly button n. | bent n. | beta n. | big dance n. | big dog n. | Big Smoke n. | big voice n. | biking n. | bio-ink n. | birth control glasses n.pl. | bitch hook n. | Bitching Betty n. | blaccent n. | black-robe disease n. | BlackBerry prayer n. | blast n. | bleeding deacon n. | blocktimer n. | bloody pocket syndrome n. | blow a hoolie v. phr. | blow-in n. | blue angel n. | blue canary n. | blue juice n. | blue light bandit n. | blue-sky v. | blurple adj. | blute n. | boi n. | bomber n. | bonk n. | bonk v. | | boo-boo face n. | boojack n. | boondocking n. | booster bag n. | boot party n. | booth capturing n. | bootleg adj. | boots on the ground n.pl. | borrow leg v. phr. | botnet n. | bottle show n. | bouma shape n. | boy beater n. | bozocity n. | Bradley effect n. | break off v. phr. | breastaurant n. | brekko n. | brick v. | bright eyes n.pl. | bring the wood v. phr. | broheim n. | brownfield n. | bubblehead n. | buckaloose adj. | bucket biologist n. | buckle bunny n. | budget dust n. | buffet flat n. | Bugs Bunny changeup n. | bukateria n. | bull tailing n. | bullet sponge n. | bullets and beans n.pl. | bunhead n. | burn off v. | burner n. | burping bedpost n. | bus-left other. | buscon n. | bustdown n. | butter and eggs n. | buzzard's luck n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/c/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With C

C4ISR n. | caging n. | Cajun microwave n. | Califunny n. | can count on no hands v. phr. | Canada point n. | Canadian Ballet n. | canine freestyle n. | cannonball Sunday n. | cardinal n. | care leaver n. | carpet-crossing n. | cashish n. | cat face n. | cereal test n. | chalk n. | chamcha n. | chatter bump n. | cheddar curtain n. | cheese cutter n. | chemical cosh n. | chestal adj. | chevrolegs n.pl. | chi chi man n. | chicane n. | chicken head n. | chicken-in-a-basket n. | chief memory officer n. | chili-dip v. | chillax v. | chimp v. | chippy adj. | cho-mo n. | chocolate foot n. | chones n.pl. | choosing money n. | chope v. | churched adj. | circuit bending n. | circuit breaker n. | circus parking n. | circus save n. | clean-skin n. | clobber passage n. | Clydesdale n. | cocaine bugs n.pl. | code pink n. | CODEL n. | coin shooter n. | cold-iron v. | Collyer n. | colorway n. | compost tea n. | | conehead n. | convenio n. | corporati n.pl. | Corrupticut n. | cotton curtain n. | couch rocket n. | counter-recruiter n. | cow-dust hour n. | cray-cray adj. | creamy layer n. | creeping crud n. | crime scene sex n. | cross-decking n. | crotchfruit n. | crunk adj. | crypsis n. | cuddie n. | cue n. | cuff and stuff v. | cupcake v. | curbstoning n. | customer of size n. | cut heads v. | cutie n.

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Alphabetical Entries Beginning With D

D-girl n. | dago T n. | dally n. | dance of the lemons n. | dashboard v. | data Valdez n. | DATY n. | dead wagon n. | death cross n. | deckle n. | decleat v. | deglove v. | dementia Americana n. | demoflush n. | derecho n. | descope v. | deve n. | dhimmi n. | dibby-dibby adj. | dica n. | dick v. | diesel therapy n. | digiroid n. | ding-ding n. | dinosaur wine n. | dipping n. | dipstick survey n. | dirka dirka interj. | dirt Navy n. | dirty dirty n. | discordant couple n. | disloyalty fee n. | ditch v. | DNF adj. | do-me queen n. | dodgepot n. | dog n. | dog-whistle politics n. | doji n. | dollar van n. | domino transplant n. | doona day n. | door buster n. | door prize n. | door-knocker n. | doosra n. | dormcest n. | dosia n. | double-back v. | double-breasting n. | double-dead adj. | double-f school n. | Dover test n. | drab adj. | drama-price v. phr. | draw down (on someone) v. phr. | drive-off n. | Driving While Teen n. | drown night n. | dry drunk n. | drying rock n. | drylabbing n. | dub n. | dub-dub n. | duckshove v. | dugout n. | dump truck n. | Dust Off n. | duster n. | dutching n. | DYKWIA n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/e/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With E

eco-roof n. | ecotone n. | Ecozoic n. | ecuavolley n. | Ediacaran adj. | ego ramp n. | elephant n. | elevator pitch n. | en chinga adv. | encobijado n. | endo n. | epigenetics n. | estacode n. | Eurabia n. | eve-teasing n. | eveninger n. | exploding offer n. | Eye-wreck n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/f/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With F

fakenger n. | fan service n. | fanon n. | fantouche adj. | farmer n. | farmer blow n. | fart in a mitten n. | feather lift n. | Fedders house n. | feederism n. | femtosecond n. | ferret legging n. | fiending n. | fifi n. | fill the tree v. phr. | filthy stuff n. | Finnegan pin n. | fire crotch n. | five and fly n. | five-head n. | Fivebucks n. | fladry n.pl. | flarf n. | flash-bang n. | flavor saver n. | fling a craving (on someone) v. phr. | flip v. | FLOHPA n. | Floodweiser n. | fluorescent tan n. | flutz n. | flying fox n. | fobbit n. | Foblish n. | food insecurity n. | fooding n. | foot facelift n. | foot fault n. | fourth point of contact n. | fourwall v. | fragged adj. | FRAGO n. | frankenbite n. | fratmosphere n. | freeball v. | freeco n. | freedom lawn n. | freeter n. | French hours n. | frequent flier n. | frog v. | frogspawn n. | fukubukuro n. | full boat n. | full-gorilla adv. | fumblerooski n. | fundagelical n. | fussy-cut v. | futsal n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/g/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With G

güey n. | G-machine n. | gamer n. | gank v. | gank n. | ganny n. | gap out v. | gapology n. | garbage head n. | gasser n. | gassing n. | gate v. | gay church n. | gbege n. | gedunk n. | Generation E n. | geosequestration n. | get brain v. | GFE n. | ghetto latte n. | ghetto pass n. | ghost soldier n. | gleek v. | global gag rule n. | global weirding n. | go bare v. | go bazootie v. phr. | go north with the club v. | goat grab n. | goat-rope n. | God breeze n. | God wink n. | godbag n. | godunk n. | Goldberg n. | Goldilocks attrib. | gonch n. | gone pecan n. | goon v. | goonda tax n. | gorilla dust n. | gotcha day n. | grandmother cell n. | granny flat n. | graveyard spiral n. | gravy plane n. | gravy time n. | grayshirt v. | green GDP n. | greenhouse n. | griefer n. | grind n. | Gringolandia n. | gronk n. | groove n. | grow teeth v. phr. | GUBU adj. | gun-grabber n. | gurgitator n. | gymbot n.

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Alphabetical Entries Beginning With h

hail damage n. | Haitian happiness n. | haji n. | haji mart n. | half-past-six adj. | half-widow n. | halo car n. | haltura n. | hammerhead n. | hamster care n. | handbags at ten paces n. | hang-up n. | Hanukkah bush n. | hapa adj. | hard eight n. | Harvard death n. | hat-rack v. | hawasim n. | hazing terms other. | headache bar n. | headsy adj. | headtopper n. | heartsink n. | heater n. | heatiness n. | hecka adv. | heckler's veto n. | helitack n. | heresthetics n. | hero n. | heroic dose n. | hikikomori n. | hikoi n. | hillbilly armor n. | hillbilly chrome n. | hiplife n. | hit the deuces v. phr. | hit-and-run bag n. | HNWI n. | ho-wop n. | hobo pack n. | hocker n. | hog-dogging n. | hogger n. | hoghouse attrib. | hokey Dinah other. | hollow army n. | homegoing n. | honey dip n. | honking adj. | hoofball n. | horse blanket n. | hot desk v. | hot shoe n. | hot wash n. | hotbox v. | hotel journalism n. | HoYay n. | huck v. | hudda n. | hully-gully adj. | Hummer house n. | hump strap n. | hundred-mile-an-hour tape n. | Hurban n. | hurricane ham n. | hype man n. | hypermile v. | hypersigil n. | hyzer n.

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Alphabetical Entries Beginning With i

I love me wall n. | i18n n. | IDP n. | impact incarceration n. | infartillery n. | infectobesity n. | informationalization n. | interview without coffee n. | iron ranger n. | iron ride n. | isht n. | item girl n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/j/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With j

Ja well no fine other. | jackass v. | jade berg n. | janky adj. | Jenny Crank n. | Jesus year n. | jet people n.pl. | Jim Wilson n. | jitterbug n. | JND n. | John Wayne contract n. | Johnny Jihad n. | jointery n. | Jorge Arbusto n. | journalists' colony n. | jubu n. | Judas window n. | jugaad n. | juice bar n. | jukebox musical n. | jump-out n. | junk n. | junque n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/k/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With k

KAGOY n. | kahunas n.pl. | kalo-kalo n. | Kangaroo Duck n. | katastroika n. | kayfabe n. | keg stand n. | kegler n. | Ken-Taco-Hut n. | kick flick n. | king v. | kiss-and-cry area n. | KKN n. | KLPD n. | kneelo n. | knock and drag v. phr. | knot n.

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Alphabetical Entries Beginning With l

L's n. | land of fruit and nuts n. | lane n. | lappy n. | lead snowstorm n. | lean forward v. phr. | learning cottage n. | leave (something) on the table v. phr. | leave everything on the field v. phr. | Lebanese loop n. | leg attack n. | leitkultur n. | lesbian bed death n. | levanton n. | LGBTQ adj. | liar's loan n. | libero n. | lily pad n. | lilywhite n. | limb hanger n. | lindy bomb v. phr. | listicle n. | litter on a stick n. | little red dot n. | Lochnerism n. | lolicon n. | lollerskates interj. | looping n. | lose the dressing room v. | love-cum-arranged marriage n. | lucky sperm club n. | lumberjill n. | lunch shooter n. | lung-opener n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/m/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With m

maconha n. | Madibaland n. | magalog n. | mahoff n. | mahogany reef n. | mail it in v. phr. | make (one's) bones v. | mama put n. | man-dress n. | mangal n. | marbit n. | Mart Brothers n.pl. | massage à trois n. | matchbook college n. | maternal profiling n. | MAWG n. | mayor's cell n. | mean-mugging n. | meeting n. | megarexia n. | Meritage n. | merk v. | met n. | metric buttload n. | Miami Model n. | microaggression n. | migra n. | moded adj. | molecular gastronomy n. | mollydooker n. | Monday hammer n. | money adj. | moneyball n. | monging n. | mongo n. | monkey board n. | monkeyfishing n. | monoline n. | monster n. | MOOP n. | moose knuckle n. | mop and glow v. phr. | Mortarville n. | motarded adj. | mother of Satan n. | mouth-breather n. | MP3Jing n. | MTA n. | muffin top n. | mugu n. | muj n. | multi-hyphenate n. | murderabilia n. | Muzzie n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/n/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With n

naco adj. | Nairobbery n. | naked road n. | natural capitalism n. | neurodiversity n. | never event n. | new shooter n. | nicca n. | nine n. | Nintendo slider n. | ninth island n. | Nollywood n. | non-paper n. | noodle v. | noofter n. | Nork n. | nuclear option n. | Nueva Yol n. | numptorium n. | nurdle n. | nut up v.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/O/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With O

obesogenic adj. | off-deck adj. | office wife n. | oil spot strategy n. | oil-spot v. | olf n. | on (one's) bicycle adj. | on memo adv. phr. | one-finger peace sign n. | open (up) daylight v. phr. | open the kimono v. phr. | Orange Curtain n. | otherkin n.pl.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/p/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With p

pain point n. | paint n. | paleoconservative n. | pamper pole n. | pant-load n. | paper airplane n. | papi store n. | parergon n. | party ball n. | past-poster n. | Patel shot n. | pay-for n. | pea-shake house n. | peachalorum n. | pen down strike n. | perfumed prince n. | perp n. | Peter Pan housing n. | phish v. | phoneslaughter n. | pimp v. | pimp cup n. | Pineapple Express n. | pinhook v. | pipe v. | pipes n.pl. | pirata n. | pissdale n. | pitching n. | pixie v. | plan-overs n.pl. | planemo n. | plastax n. | plusing n. | Plyboo n. | plyometrics n. | po-po n. | pocho n. | pogie n. | politicide n. | ponytail n. | pooch punt n. | popcorn storm n. | Portunol n. | potato n. | potel n. | potpourri fishing n. | pouring rights n.pl. | pow-pow n. | power hour n. | pre-sick adj. | preesh v. | presidentiable n. | price of carbon n. | princess disease n. | prospiracy n. | protein spill n. | public service murder n. | puck bunny n. | pudding ring n. | Puertorro n. | puffer n. | pull a heart muscle v. phr. | punch list n. | puroburemu n. | purple adj. | push present n. | put a nickel in someone v. phr. | put in blue v.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/q/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With q

qualoid n. | quillow n. | quinceañera n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/r/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With r

racino n. | radcon n. | Rafia n. | rail n. | raincoat crowd n. | rake v. | rark up v. phr. | rat n. | rat line n. | rat spill n. | rat-racing n. | rebate shop n. | receipt n. | red light fever n. | redboard v. | redwash n. | reef v. | refi n. | reflectoporn n. | refugee bag n. | rehat v. | relo n. | renderwall n. | repot v. | reshop v. | respeaker n. | resume on a rope n. | retcon v. | reverse cowgirl n. | revolving bastard n. | reward car n. | rexing n. | rib-eye in the sky n. | rice bowl n. | ridonkulous adj. | ringman n. | rinse n. | road diet n. | road to Damascus n. | roadblock n. | roasting n. | robo-call n. | robotripping n. | rock rental n. | rocket surgery n. | rocking chair job n. | rodbuster n. | roforofo fight n. | rollator n. | rosh katan n. | rowback n. | rowdy-sheeter n. | rubber ear n. | rubber room n. | Rummy's Dummies n. | Rumtopf n. | run the traps v. phr. | rusticle n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/s/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With s

sack dance n. | sack up v. | sag wagon n. | sale-manageback n. | salvage v. | sandbox n. | sauce shelf n. | scamdicapper n. | scanlation n. | scarlet letter n. | scatter band n. | schmiddy n. | schmoopiness n. | schmutzdecke n. | Sco n. | scraper n. | scrumtrelescent adj. | seagull v. | seat of ease n. | security theater n. | segotia n. | self-licking ice cream cone n. | set down v. phr. | set-jet v. phr. | setiologist n. | shack n. | shack-wacky adj. | shamburger n. | share of throat n. | sharrow n. | shearography n. | sheisty adj. | shelf shout n. | shi-shi n. | shit sheet n. | shmen n. | shoobie n. | shoot a fair one v. phr. | short eats n.pl. | shot house n. | shotgun v. | shoulder peak n. | shrimp v. | shut in n. | shut up and color v. phr. | shutter man n. | silo other. | singjay n. | sitzprobe n. | skeet v. | skid n. | skidiot n. | skull v. | skull-crusher n. | skunk eye n. | sky island n. | skybust v. | sleeve v. | slob n. | slobber-knocker n. | slow elk n. | slump buster n. | smark n. | smearing n. | smile n. | smirting n. | smitty n. | smoke (someone) up v. phr. | smoker's face n. | smurfing n. | snackluck n. | snag n. | snakebite v. | snivel gear n. | snooker clause n. | snorkel box n. | snotty n. | snout house n. | snowflake baby n. | soap scrimmage n. | soapedy n. | socks and knocks n.pl. | SODDI defense n. | soft-seater n. | somaticizer n. | sonic branding n. | sonker n. | soup bunch n. | sousveillance n. | spadia n. | spaghetti bowl n. | spang v. | spave v. | spawny adj. | speed table n. | spiedie n. | spin v. | spinky adj. | spinner n. | spit game v. | spizerinctum n. | spokesweasel n. | spooty adj. | sposie n. | spray and pray v. phr. | spud juice n. | SPUI n. | squadrol n. | squick v. | squoval adj. | stagette n. | stained-glass ceiling n. | staledate v. | standfirst n. | starlight tour n. | starvation corner n. | stashing n. | steady ticket n. | steal-me flag n. | Stephen Girard job n. | stick the landing v. phr. | sticky rice n. | stiff v. | stiffs n.pl. | stigmergy n. | stim v. | sting jet n. | stink eye n. | Stokes basket n. | stooper n. | stooshie n. | stoozer n. | stork mark n. | stork parking n. | stove pipe v. | strawite n. | streetism n. | stripping n. | stunt up v. | sub-penny quoting n. | submarine patent n. | suck rubber v. phr. | suicide smock n. | suitcase college n. | summer melt n. | super senior n. | Super-Duper Tuesday n. | supermarionation n. | supreme v. | Susmaryosep n. | swamp ass n. | swangaz n.pl. | swankienda n. | swardspeak n. | sweater puppies n.pl. | sweep room n. | sweet in the pants adj. | sweethearting n. | swellbow n. | swirling n. | swivel chair job n. | SWMBO n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/t/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With t

taco v. | Taig n. | take a haircut v. phr. | takeout n. | talent bucket n. | talk out (the side of) one's neck v. phr. | talker n. | tap-tap n. | teamgym n. | technology butler n. | teeth arm n. | telltale n. | tent pole n. | terminal wean n. | terp n. | therapism n. | three plastic animals rule n. | three-D job n. | thrillionaire n. | Throckmorton sign n. | throw (someone) under the bus v. phr. | throw down n. | throw red meat v. | throw shade v. phr. | thulp v. | thumper n. | thunder run n. | tick-tacker n. | tie-down n. | tiger kidnapping n. | tiger stripe n. | time famine n. | tin medal n. | tinterweb n. | tiny heart syndrome n. | tip drill n. | tip-on n. | TMPMITW n. | toe-popper n. | toe-touch n. | tok cork v. | tom-walkers n.pl. | tomato can n. | tombstoning n. | toolie n. | tools of ignorance n. | top-hatting n. | torch party n. | tot lot n. | totopo n. | totty shot n. | trace v. | trailing spouse n. | train wreck n. | tramp stamp n. | trapo n. | Trashcanistan n. | Trinbagonian n. | trout pout n. | trucker bomb n. | trufan n. | tsori n. | tumshie n. | tuner car n. | turkey n. | turkey bacon n. | turkey peek n. | twidget n. | twist (someone's) cap v. phr. | two and barbecue other. | two-spirited adj.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/u/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With u

umbraphile n. | unass v. | unblind v. | unbwogable adj. | unk-unk n. | Utah claw n. | utzy adj.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/v/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With v

va-jay-jay n. | vacation diplomacy n. | Vanna White veto n. | veisalgia n. | Velvet Mafia n. | vernac adj. | Verwaltungsvereinfachungsmassnahmen n. | viewser n. | viewshed n. | vineyard seating n. | vinyl village n. | visibility whip n. | visquene n. | vog n. | vogue n. | vomit comet n. | vomit draft n. | voodoo poll n. | vuzvuz n.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/w/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With w

wab n. | wad v. | wags n.pl. | walkshed n. | waps n.pl. | watermelon n. | wear one v. phr. | wedgie n. | weeded adj. | Westoxification n. | wet n. | whale n. | whale n. | whale tail n. | wheeling n. | whickerbill n. | whip n. | whiskey plank n. | white knowledge n. | white space n. | white-label adj. | who laid the rail adv. phr. | whoa break v. phr. | whoadie n. | wig-wag n. | wila n. | wingery n. | winker n. | witches' knickers n.pl. | wizzo n. | wobbler n. | woo-woo adj. | woobie n. | worm dirt n. | worm poll n. | wraparound adj.

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Alphabetical Entries Beginning With x



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Alphabetical Entries Beginning With y

yampee n. | Yankee dime n. | yard sale n. | yips n. | young-old n. | yowie suit n. | Yuma n. | yumptious adj.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphabet/z/
Alphabetical Entries Beginning With z

zeitgeber n. | zhing-zhong n. | ziatype n. | zot v.

(E3)(L1) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/alphaother/
Non-Alphabetical Entries

-bagger suffix | -eeaz- infix | -fu suffix | -tacular suffix | -ting suffix | 187 n. | 386 generation n. | 7,000-mile screwdriver n.

Erstellt: 2004-06

dude
old word in new clothes (W3)

(E2)(L2) http://www.cnn.com/2004/EDUCATION/12/08/dude.study.ap/


(E2)(L2) http://www.supamb.com/supafine/archives/blather/000537.php

...
Historically, "dude" originally meant "old rags" -- a "dudesman" was a "scarecrow" (= "Vogelscheuche"). In the late 1800s, a "dude" was akin to a "dandy," a meticulously (sorgfältig) dressed man, especially out West. It became "cool" in the 1930s and 1940s, according to Kiesling. "Dude" began its rise in the teenage lexicon with the 1981 movie "Fast Times at Ridgemont High."
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E

e-mentor (W3)

Wie der Name sagt ein "Mentor" im Internet.

(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/words/e-mentor.asp


F

"French Fries" heißen jetzt "Freedom Fries" (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.heise.de/tp/deutsch/inhalt/glosse/14369/1.html
Auch die aktuellen politischen Ereignisse provozieren neue Wortbildungen - ob sie ernsthaft in Erwägung gezogen werden - ???

G

Google Dance (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.dance.efactory.de/d-index.php
Google tanzt alle vier Wochen, wenn der Suchindex aktualisiert wird.

(E?)(L?) http://www.internet-advertising-marketing-manual.com/google-dance.htm
What is the Google Dance?
Once a month, usually during the 3rd or 4th week, Google has a major shift in it's rankings. This is when Google "tweaks" is algorithm, and when it updates each sites PageRank and Back Links.

H

hipsterhandbook
Hipster-Glossary

(E?)(L?) http://www.hipsterhandbook.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.hipsterhandbook.com/glossary.html

Definition of a Hipster
Hipster - One who possesses tastes, social attitudes, and opinions deemed cool by the cool. (Note: it is no longer recommended that one use the term "cool"; a Hipster would instead say "deck.") The Hipster walks among the masses in daily life but is not a part of them and shuns or reduces to kitsch anything held dear by the mainstream. A Hipster ideally possesses no more than 2% body fat.



Who Says Tubular Anymore?

Like most social groups, Hipsters have their own way of communicating. They converse using special terms and lingo to show they are in the know. Being up on the latest slang is essential to being a Hipster.

Though it may be humorous to tell someone that his or her Pumas are "tubular," utilizing a dated term such as this can be a serious faux pas if not used ironically. Retro terms such as "grody," "bofu," "fresh," and "wicked" all work well when with a tongue-in-cheek, but such words should be used sparingly.
We recommend you take a quick peek at our glossary of terms, to educate yourself on the lingo. With a little practice, we will help you turn an awkward sentence like, "I'm gonna look bitchin' in my groovy jacket," into the much hipper "I'll polish in my deck flogger."


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Dictionary of New Terms

(E?)(L?) http://www.hope.edu/academic/english/gruenler/newterms.htm
Compiled by the History of the English Language classes at Hope College, 1997-2002

An alphabetical list of 574 expressions, many of them college slang and many of them local to Hope College.


411 | academic placenta | Adam and Eve | AGMs | airborne | Albines | all about | Ancapper | angerball | arctic | assassins | B.F.E. [B(eyond) F(ar) E(gypt)] | baboso | bachi | backne | bad | badaud | bag on | baldwin | ballistic | banana | band-aid | bang it up | banshee | barf-o-rama | barista | barker | basta | beak | beast | beastie | belly | benjamins | betty | bif | Big Nasty | binky | bite | bite me | biz-witch | blast | blechy | bling | bling-bling | blinkyfast | blob | blog | blood | blowboater | blows chunks | bodelicious | bogger | bomb | bomb | bomb-diggidy | bones | bonk | booboo | booch | boot | bootylicious | booyah | boudah | bout it | box | braincloud | bright-shining-star | broke | bubbily | buck | bucko | bucky | budship | buggin' | buggin' out | bukis | bull-ring | bull-schanigans | bum-rush | bunk | burn | burner | bust | busted | busy-buzz | butt | buttered-up | butterface | butt-load | button-masher | buzz kill | ca-ca | cake | cake | cake | can-a-corn | car camping | cattywhompus | cha ching | chach | chapel nazi | chapel run | chaps | chat-fly | chauncy | cheese | cheese | chick flick | chill | chimp crazy | choop | chuck | chuck | chuck | Chunked | clam baking | cletus | click | clubbin' | cluster rat | commando | condiferous | conversate | cool beans | cornflake | corny taters | cottage cheese | crackfiend | crafty | craptastic | crawl | crazycool | creeper | crib | crump | crunch | crunk | crush | crustified | crustified | cuz | d'oh | Dad-o | dagnabbit | dawg | dead tree edition | Deans | deuce-deuce | dial-in | diesel | dig-a-hole | digger | digits | ding dong | dinger | dink | dinked | dinky | dinotourism | directionally | dirtball | disco | disconnect n | dish | do | do-do brain | dogg | dogpile | dooflickee | dookie | dope | dorkatora | -dounini | download | dropper | drunk walk | drurtle | dubbya | duck butt | ducky | duh-duh-duh | dyno | el | Elwayesque | emo | faded | fakebake | falickuli | fanboy | fart trick | fat | Fatty-Fatty-Boom-Ba-Latty | f-bomb | fedak | finita | FIT | flab grab | floatie | floss | flush | flyaways | flying disc | footy-pajamas | for-fun-book | fraggle | freak | freak nasty | freeballin' | frickin-a | frolth | front butt | front door ministry | fudgie | fupa | G | gangles | gank | gaposis | garbage-gubbler | gark | geeked | get jacked | ghetto | ghetto booty | gigungous | gizmomania | goat | God/ess | God-thing | golly | goober | good lookin' | goofy | goophily | grill | gritter | groaner | gump | guns | guttal | half-halt | hand of hate | handi | hanjauch | hard candy | hardcore | haus | head | heed | hi | hibbity-bibity | high torch | hit | hit it | hitter | hobag | honeybear | honkin | hoochie | hood | hookie-rah | hoont da foont | hootchie | hootchie mama | hoot-worthy | hopeful | hottie-toddie | house slut | humes | ick | im | in the weeds | indentures | itty bitty titty | Jack | jack session | jacked up | jankie | janky | Jesus Weejus | Jimmy | jimmy | joel | jones | Jordanesque | kankles | kanoofully | kevork | kickin' it | kill | kletz it | l.p. (lady pal) | L.R.T. | lake | lay-away | l-bomb | leather face | leaver | linner | liquid courage | liquid Satan | listening level | lit | lobe-job | loogie | loopy | LOTT | louee | love tank | LSD | mainer | makin' bank | marinate | medicine head | melon | | Milton | Moe | Monet | money | motherload | mouse potato | mow-down | mud ducks | mullet-head | munson | nanner | napjerk | nappy | napulate | narf | nast | necessary facility | necessary room | Neegs | nine-eleven | nose-connector | nugget | nunya | Nykerk | on the fly | OOC | open chair | orgasmic | osmoze | pc | PDA | peace out | pearl | peeps | peoples | perf | pertinrue | phat | pheast | phelpsing | PIB | piff | piggy | pimpin' | platter-footed | pleather | podunk | poochie | pop hit | popo | po-po | postal | posted up | potato dog | potato server | prayer language | prettiful | produkti | prolly | props | pruner | puckerbrush | pulling a Jesus | Q.T. | Q-tip | quadroturaflub | quality citizen | quan | raise the roof | raise up | rally's | rancher | randy | rape van | rasino | raspberry | red | regulars | relaetional | relationship) | revmobile | ride | ring by spring | road rage | rock | rock | rock 'n' roll | rock my face off | rocked | rufus | run a wire | sack | sage | scab | schilichisimo | schmu | schnikees | schwag | schway | scootch | score | scrot'n | scrunchie | seeker sensitive | selling Buicks | senior scramble | sewer rat | shack out | shady | shanksh | shastatize | she's pretty sketchy | sheeih | shhhhht | shibby | shiznit | shnikies | shortcar | shrimp | shunk | shup | Siberia | sick | side door ministry | sit and pick | skank | sketch case | sketchy | skinny | skivvs | skosh | slammin' | slashdot | smack | smag | smoke-dog | smokin' | smoothie | smurf | snacky | snappycage | snarf | snarf | snarky | sniped | snow job | sparky | -spice | spicy | sponger | sprung | squid | squiggle | squirrellydick | stinkiness | stoked | stoney | stoopid | straight | straight up heart attack | strap | study break | suck face | swangy | swiper-lady | swirly | taker | tallywagger | tangentize | tank | taping | tawanda | tear | tha shiznet | The Rachel | thealogy | therapize | thith is goood | throat | thump | thunder | tight | tight | tight | tighty-whities | tilt | | tool | tool | top-shelf | transie | trash-television | Tridge | trope | turtle | tween | twenty-four seven | twinkie | twinners | ube | uberdork | urch | Vanderhell | vaporware | virgin vault | Voorhesian | wack | wacky | waitress | walk of shame | walk of shame | walking star | wanker | wax | weenies | wet willy | wet-one | What are ya, new? | whatchie | whatever | whateves | wheeling | whip-its | whipped | whirlybird | white top | why bother | wife-beater | wingnut | winkers | winter-wonderland | wisdoom | with-it-ness | without | womps | wonky | woobie | woof | wookie | wormburner | wrinkle ranch | XYZPDQ | yak | yarf | Ya-Yas | yeti | yeti | yoink | yummy | yummy | za | zubert

Hotspot (W3)

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(E?)(L?) http://webopedia.com/TERM/h/hotspot.html
sind öffentliche WLANs (Wireless Local Area Networks). Diese sind mit der Entstehung des (kabellosen) Internetzugangs in das Bewusstsein und in die Sprache der Öffentlichkeit aufgenommen worden.
A specific geographic location in which an access point provides public wireless broadband network services to mobile visitors through a WLAN. Hotspots are often located in heavily populated places such as airports, train stations, libraries, marinas, conventions centers and hotels. Hotspots typically have a short range of access.

Achtung: nicht zu verwechseln mit "hot spot".

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(E?)(L?) http://www.jessesword.com/SF/sf_crit.shtml
Science Fiction Citations for the OED
SF Criticism Citations for the OED
Hunting for the earliest citations of sf words
Auf der Site von Jesse Sheidlower (Principal Editor of the North American Editorial Unit of the OED) geht es um das früheste Auftreten von Begriffen, die aus der Welt des Science Fiction stammen.


The page is chiefly maintained by Mike Christie, an enthusiastic fan, and Sue Surova, a freelance researcher for the OED.



This page is a pilot effort for the Oxford English Dictionary, in which the words associated with a special field of interest are collected so that knowledgeable aficionados can help the OED find useful examples of these words. This, our first project, is science fiction literature.


Die Sammlung erhebt keinen Anspruch auf Vollständigkeit. Insbesondere sind Wörter, deren erstes Auftreten unzweifelhaft ist nicht mehr in dieser Liste aufgeführt. Als Beispiele werden genannt:


These include dalek, robot, and grok. There is no need to point out the absence of these words.


jitterbug (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.doubletongued.org/index.php/dictionary/comments/667/
"a gang member"; "a juvenile delinquent". Now, this is a meaning I was totally unaware of; I knew only the Merriam-Webster definition 'a jazz variation of the two-step...", "one who dances the jitterbug". (I checked "Cassell" to get the British perspective, and was surprised to find that the dance-related meanings are labeled "Hist." and the primary meaning is given as "a person who spreads alarm", yet another meaning unknown to me!) The definition is followed by nine citations, from a 1941 Bosley Crowther movie review ("The big holdup job gets messed up by a couple of "jitterbugs" who are assisting on it, the girl turns out a great disappointment, the gunman is rendered a fugitive with a moll and a dog who love him") to a quote from "Palm Beach Post" ("...he would join the idle, young black males in jail. "Jitterbugs", Lupo called them, using street lingo").

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The Global Language Monitor

(E?)(L?) http://www.languagemonitor.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.languagemonitor.com/about

Austin, Texas-based, "Global Language Monitor" ("GLM") documents, analyzes and tracks trends in language the world over, with a particular emphasis upon Global English. GLM is based in Austin, Texas. GLM is incorporated as an LLC. GLM has deep academic and internet roots. GLM’s predecessor site, yourDictionary.com is the direct descendent of Dr. Robert Beard’s Web of Online Dictionary at Bucknell University, founded in 1994. In 1999, Paul JJ Payack, joined Dr. Beard and reorganized Web of Online Dictionaries into yourDictionary.com, where Payack was the founding president. YDC assembled the industry’s premier advisory council of experts. In 2003 Payack, created the Global Language Monitor to carry on the media analysis functions began at "YDC". (For example, YDC was the first dictionary to publish its annual "Word of the Year" "WOTY" ™ lists.) Dr. Beard continues as president of AlphaDictionary.
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lexikhouse
The Barnhart Dictionary Companion
A quarterly journal of new vocabulary
New words quarterly

(E?)(L?) http://www.lexikhouse.com/

This periodical is a quarterly update for the growing record of English vocabulary as recorded in general dictionaries. The Barnhart Dictionary Companion provides approximately 1,500 new words, new meanings, and changes in usage each year. Entries include definitions, quotations, usage statements and etymological background.
The journal is edited by David K. Barnhart and is available in print form by subscription from Lexik House Publishers.


(E?)(L?) http://www.lexikhouse.com/bdc.html

a quarterly of new words
Keeping up with English into the 21st century!
Highlights in recent issues:


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neologisms
Neologisms

(E?)(L?) http://www.neologisms.us/

Looking for a few good words




(E?)(L?) http://neologisms.us/links.html

Further neologism links


(E?)(L?) http://www.neologisms.us/

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-gzn!gvr | g'farge | g'nogg | g'soyba'uryay | gabasium | gagapause | gagslag | gainrising | gambology | gameketu | garlar | garmentitious | Gaseous Jelly Planet | Gaseous Rodent | Gaseous Shrapnel | gatha | gbing | gcigla gcig medpa | gdarl | gecko foehn | geehifth | gelgellify | gellasenheit | gelosia | gelth | Gem Elixir | gemoc | generational degradation | gerundification | geschnootheit | gettering | Gfafafa | Ghayb | ghillibish | ghux | Gibbous Tombstone | gigantolupihypothermiepidermmic | gigent | gillig | gilver | ginformation | ginormous | ginsoga | gis | gitch | giya | giyorb | giyorbgab | gjefk | gjet | gjort | Glacial Star | glamourchy | Glass Playground Ghoul | glaug | glede | gleel | gleet | glegd | glimflash band | glishflam | glith | gloffle | Glomless | glomrad | glooshko | glork | glorth | glossopoeia | gloyg | glubsh | gluick | glumpse | glute word | glydd | gmeknont | gnalb | Gnat Shadows | Gneiss Asphodel | gno-gnos | Gnome Dust | gnostrifriction | gnova | goaf | Going Dark | Golfed Tsantsa | gollify | golup | Goofle | googads | Google Wracking | googleitis | googlesmirk | googullible | gooze | gorb | goro | gorp | goster | gould | graith | graithe | gralk | gralloche | grammaticule | grammatology | granfalloon | Grave Orange Rhythm | graverdict | gravitude | greem | greengineer | greenifify | greer | greeze | grimmage | Grinning Ghost | grint | grintage | grinter | grinting | Grismal | groad | grodge | grok | gronderous | grossilicious | grost | groundstalworth | grummanaical | Gruthspree | gryzb | gselp | gshist | guacada! | gubbinol | gumph | gumpuckaruckus | Gunnerment | gushtasp | gvilchoup | gvitpu | gvort | gvozoyg | gwah | gwaor | gwedd | gweebop | gwelg | gwilwilb | gwurkghyuy | gyegd | gyemd | gyezg | gymnochaotics | gzant | gzireo

googlesmuck | hacknosis | hackonomics | haglet | haikucronym | hakapu | Halitosis | haloic | hamph | haptactics | hardy dardy | harf | harfed out | hashishkebab | hathshy | hausskeepangomen | haute lumpen consumergentsia | haute stupen consumergentsia | hecthylicism | heeltap | hellipsis | hellp | helmp | hemiphonia | hepax legomenoner | Heteromonic | hexter dosh | hgolsa | Highbrow Grunt | himbo | hiowogg | hiplec | hlapchik | Hoarse Crystalline Means | Hobumless | hodth | hoizzrf | hoja | holophrasis | homoprobia | homosignaps | homoverm | honeymoon | honoria | hoogah | hooman | hoon | hooth | hoovercraft | horizontical | hornery | hornery | horrisonous | horroblaxx | How Black And Where Years | howk | hoxshluip | hraddanz | hrepth | hrinth | hubricide | hudge | huggermugger | huggied | humeme | Hunch Backing | Hunger Air and Saturn Hunger | hunt-ham | hurkle | hushush | huthification | huvelma | hwelyur | hweshp | hwethva | hyaypk | hynul | hypercalic | hypercosm | hyperdisculture | hyperelegance | hypergorea | hypermneia | hypermneutics | hyperscript | hyperskeletonics | hyperstrophe | hyphe-sqword | Hypnagrafik | hypnotile | hypodogmania

I.D.O.N. | Ian Blake | ianjeagius | ibory | icanitage | ideality | idearrhea | identiffy | idiocosm | idiolexicon | idiolexicon | idiosyntacty | idunlyk | iergul | ifkroweci | iflon | iftalatterosten | iggloyg | igmore | ignoranus | ihavegum | illepf | illuscriptation | ilmdep | ilmoy | ilogosty | imaginon | imbricasqword | immolersion | Immortal Dragon Ruin | imnav | imperitance | impervestigable | impervestigible | impingorance | imprescience | Improved Burning | in-a-gadda-da-meeting | inanimate | incarcerotation | incely | incerpt | incestor | inchmeal | incircumscriptableness | inclouding | incomepoop | incommodocado | indefanable | indumb | ine | infernalist | inflickt | infomotion | information art | infraverbal | ininnocent | initieersel | inspectigate | insubdetail | Insurancide | intelligential | interdictioneration | internalational | interpenetrate | intolerista | intrarogative | intrarogative question | intussuscept | inuterofant | invisible artist | IOIOUOCrauPaTinousUsPurst | ipthoa | Iranaq | irmruk | irreality | irrigasism | irrt | isherlumind | ishy | ishypunyrotting | islamdancing | iswise | iterature | ithy | itso | ixal | iyit | ize

jairce | jambenile | Jaquemart Waltz | jarg | jargontech | Jasmine Cowboy | jbazoar | jelx | jeousaic | Jewban | jibble | jibone | jinglets | jinkpa | jirble | jobine | jomar | jorch | jornada | jostition | juckow | jumentous | jumoing | jumpacx | junior mince | junkard | juster | juv | jweelb | jyorng

K'thosh | Kaboo'shi | kabor | kairopoeia | kakaphoria | kalbeef | kaleidosthoughts | kangbash | kaphrye | karch | kardex | Karen Eliot | karmatose | Kartofelwaffles | kathedraal | kathenotheism | keanu | keedug | kephra | kerflummeled | kiblernadst | Kidiots | kidspeak | Killer Egg | kiln poem | kinetethon | King Bug Dragon | kintoflurgoggerdon | kisp | klaatu | klaich | Klarman | klarnhoog | kleeth | klickibunti | kloyb | klytus | knowlecule | knowleculink | knowleplex | knowlexpanse | knownstream | knowt | knunder | koklarinatantik | kopke | Korinthenkacker | krantangorina | kraspird | kribz | kruitch | krume | Kudos | kwasifrump | kwazn | Kword | kyacting | kyev | kynoid | kynth

l'rralan | laborcake | labyre | laela | lafconic | laina | lairweol | laizh'rl | lakofirite | lamp rock | lamprey | Landscape How Magic Spastic | langmark | laopoeia | lapea | latinesis | laudophilism | laughconic | laward | layerslats | Layla | layternation | leelyurg | leeque | lekoenahweshoendoethoeoezkrok | lelzn | lenox | letter | lexalarchy | lexical poetry | leyet | lezer | lezing | lfeht | Liberty Pumpkin | libido | lie | liff | lilotchk | limborn | lingweenie | linoleum | liripoop | literant | lith | lithokon | lithonia | liwlagow | Logodé dalo | logoneism | loguum | lolligadope | lominal | lomp | looth | losple | Lost Desert | lotterying | loudobbs | love mites | lovery | lubberwort | lumpen comsumertariat | lunatary | lungatry | lunsequo | lwufy'wow

m'gissh | ma griffe | machoso | macyth | madvig | magneting | magnivete | magno-vam | Mail-Art | majorignative | maketivity | makrugh | malamaroking | malchemy | Maleficium | malkuth | malloweez | malovenir | mancy | ManiFausto | manifestatement | mannequine | manpanion | manufescence | Many | manymong | manywhere-at-once | marcescent | marmillond | marpkins | Martyr Rabbit | marvins | massess | masturbation | mathematical poetry | mathematicull | mathemetastasize | mathence | Matter-phage | matulate | mawzaeo | maxtle | mbuki mvuki | McAca | McAdemic | McFuck | McNovelist | McPoet | meaningscape | Mediocracy | meemeep | meetnik | MEGAGEM | mehl | meioreducdancy | meldebush | melgar | meloconceptuality | melodation | melolog | meloscriptation | memeration | memethics | memvation | menant | mengadse | mensemble | mentimutation | Mercurian Incident | merdacious | mesearchercience | messyverse | Metacognologist | metafistics | metamail | metamemphasis | metamimesis | metamoot | metaphorm | metaphormorphosis | metaphornicating | metasqword | metateaching | metaverbal | mezzly | mgnidn | miak | micreativity | micropress | Microwave | miewsko | milletiously | minitextual | mink tonalds | minorignative | minutean | mioweebogg | mirjil | mirlfriend | misatoko | miscuits | mise-en-page | misewell | misgloze | mish | missivepistletter | mistakonomics | mlonk | mnemabax | mnemoduct | mnoun | moasty | mochaos | mockument | mofo'logy | mogey | moloug | momariant | momute | mondopp | monoliterant | monstrescence | Monty Cantsin | mood-cloner | mook | moome | Morning's Corona | moronitude | morphorm | moshnik | Mother Illusion Winds | motherette | mou'roift | mournth | moviefy | moworder | mrath | mreedhain | mreezylg | mrowgd | msiraigalp | msreal | msreel | mukita | muliebrity | mulm | murgle | musal hoon | musclaceptuality | musthy | Mute King Effect | mutiny blog | mutuatitious | mux | muzixaqet | mwolwisk | myaboxic | myha'ashokkah | mynd | myobist | myoosh | myopic | myssyntactical | Mytholanious

90 task | N IsWhAnAnat? | naana | nabymph | nahw djue | nair | naked funeral | Naked Funeral | namcush | nameograph | narcoanxiety | nardo | narfistic | narnt | narrative | narve | narvid | nasanal | naughteen | nautilist | naynonk | nebulo chaotic | nedvilk | neejerk | neenah | neener | neification | neneologism | neo-knowleculink | neo-knowleplex | neo-skin flutists | neoconocon | Neoism | Neoist | neolexicon | neologician | neologist | neologistics | neon dream | neonominal | neopax | neoportation | nephs | nephs | nerdgasm | nerdical | nermblim | nermit | nesss | netpreneur | nettso | netula | netvibex | netymologist | netzach | Neuroneous | neuroneous | newquences | nidwerf | nift | nightbale | nightprint | nimzo jaghernaut | Nine Blue Castles | nirwaansel | nlonea | nocturnal press | noising | Noneuclidean Worm | nonline community | nonnon | nononomasiologicalastragal | nonversatio | nonversation | noox | norfi | nosetril | Not Black Fire (toashmoose) | noun | Nova Miles | Noxious Satin Leaves | nuck | nuclearfy | nudiustertian | nulph | numerator | numpfgrumec | nune | nupkin | nusp | nwulst | nyain | nylethhong | nymph nude | nyurts

o'ganelg | oaizo | oakgruynk | oakone | obatarian | obdormition | Oblication | oblod | obnixely | obstressed | Obstructivism | octoprise | Of Egg As Egg | ogden | ogdoad feed | oglesphere | ogtlan | ohdhang | ohnosecond | oiligarchy | oisf·nthang | oiyeau | | oklaunion | olfactocybe | oligomancy | olixa | ollifdnal | omalachanophagy | omerta | omniferous | Ompossible | omvor | Once Magnificent Glass | ondonthany | onesteva | oneticul | onsqword | onswah | ooawh | oolch | oolf | oolkchidth | oompedeh | opdest | opplicobla | opposable technologies | optysyntax | opumnek | orange door-hinge | orbicular | Orbital Incoherent | | ordanaled | origasmi | orlings | orshah | orshew | ort | orts | oryctology | osculaminate | Ospoyd | ossies | ostrous | osyn | otchtharb | otheared | otherstream | oudhoy | oun | oundrupleit | outagraph | outgrabe | ovylz | oxfurred | oxter | oxtromoly | oxylogist | oxymormon | oyfth | oykyre

p'parg | P.M.S. | pabyx | pagger | painter's palette | paleocoitus | palinilap | Pan | Panman | panpharmacon | Pap Smear | paper internet | Paper Spacecraft | paperclip claque | paracelsus | paradada | Paradox Master | Paradox Transplant | paradoxymoron | paragould | paranaut | paraparadox | pareidolia | parkumpanya | passion | pastu | pataglossary | patalogism | pawky | paxwax | pdqp | peanut honer | pearl quincey | pedifesto | peek-a-moon | peesov'soip | peguc | pelkey | penattrition | people driven purpose eaters | percogscion | percussive maintenance | perfact | peristat | perlustrate | Perpetual Faux-Pas | persian pearl | PERSONALITOSIS | perspection | perspection ` | peshmerga | pessim[y]sticism | pestolence | petite consumergentsia | pfeano | pffwungg | pfrumpft | pharaxial | phart | Phasre | PhB | phenomenology | philetics | phipps | phobosophers | phoenicissate | phonshakonial | phor | photogramph | phouda-gaudha | phrasal clump | phrasebound | phraseosqword | phyatsic | piandemonium | pib | Pieriansipist | PIEW | pifferaro | pigeon | piii | pincent | pingle | pixel-neck geek | Placebo Cancer | plagiaatsel | plagiaraised | PlairTamIDantICalAttleBrax | Plantoleum | pleg | pliert | Plinge, Walter | plocaire | ploima | plopphage | pluma | pmest | pneumataphage | poan | poblet | podestrian | poecilonymy | poelandgadet | poem-speak | poemmunication | poemt | poemunition | poeMvelope | poeMvelopes | poer-litus | poetixetera | poetrang | poet's pen | polgonate | Politiprom | polyartistry | polyceptuality | polyfricatosis | polygog | Polynesia | pomunication | ponk | ponkpunket | poont | popiteal | popmanteau | poppiediately | poppuzgy | poranitus metanism | porismatic q | pornogorea | porthermanteauphroditic | possimistic | post kunst | postbox | postmen | postprototorp | postresionism | postverse | poulaine | powerfun | prablum | prairie dogging | prangle | preel | premature ejectulation | premlip | prescrimination | Preuterine Archangel | prilch | printer's fist | Privocialism | prndicator | probecode | Procrastinace | procrasturbation | progradic | Proletyrannical | prona | prontocol | protard | protecherous | protocybernoid | prototorp | pschapg | pseudoverinym | psfrillia | psychoplasty | psychronicity | ptisan | ptyalism | publicatie | publicitous | Puki | pulikixa | pulinguiese | punbits | punchuation marx | punctuation poem | punimals | punoetry | pure vizlation | pus | pwichke | pwoermce | pwoermd | pwoermdt | pwoermdy | pwooermd | pwooertd | pwooertdic | pwooertdry | pyalign | pyerance | pyiyo | pyqja | pyrosignaps

q (word in progress) | Qage | qazaq | qejflinj | qoph | qua energy | quagcunx | quaisy | quaramel | quassa-nova | quatersuch | quaundry | quierteln | quiggle | quincey persia | quine | Quinonian | quisquilious | quistle | quitrn | quixiom | qumquat | quomodocunquize | quotsel | quumickule | qweet

eidetic reduction | R pentamino | rab-grass | radiclib | radidiotica | raintrumor | Ramainnotesounaka | rangent | rapturisimo | rapturisimo | raroccankegraim | rasorial | Rawniology | Re-blanding | re-vamps | rebotcasting | reechab | refrigerator poetry | relkth | rememory | rement | remorsel | renegulate | repetitaceiving | repetitition | repsalf | reptile day | retroceptuality | retrorse | RETROSORTER | retsemag | Revengelate | reverp | revoreverse | rewlet | rheterroric | Rheumatology | riarlog | ricaning | rigkrig | rigmare | rimrofyge | robain | robostrafination | rocedert | rock'n'rolldeath | roick | romantic fever | roodge | ROOG | roondrikk | roshkrosh | rowtisserie | royboln | ruelle | rugollocrecency | Runic Jelly | ruttly | ruxbath | ruyee | ruyee'wahr | rwhilord

sacristatism | sadilis | sagaceptuality | sagladeradite | sagladeradition | salarymania | salmon day | Salmon Patties Gretzky | samadhouse | samenraapsel | samiss | samiznet | sandglyph | sangdang | Saper-Warp Hypothesis | Sarah | sassle | savver | sbuntip | scalt | scandarize | scarly | scatomancy | scharpadeutic | schilsel | schizoid-panaceptic | schlauk | schlaumpfkth | schlemantics | schlompfkt | schmalch | schrijfsel | schrijfselaar | schwag | schwah | schweeps | schwythisms | sciarch | sciart | scicom | scidra | scieng | scigov | scilit | scipea | scipoe | scipol | scirad | sciscu | scispa | scithe | scitv | scoffleride | scofflerise | scoffoble | Scoodgee | scorpion jade | Scouse (pimpled noun) | scouth | scragged | screwllipsis | scro, scro action | scrollsel | scudder | Scumbum | Scumbumville | scungooni | scuther | scye | seagull manager | segrailmation | seksouf | selcouth | selfesteemengin | semanathantics | semantopoeic | seme | semiobject | semiocrasis | senctivate | sendak | sengg'dusha | sensilageitis | sensriceptuality | serna | sesquigamist | sesteile | setebos | sevagram | sevdom | severlation | sevzgy | sewerastic | sextilia | sextilian | sextiliana | sextilianist | sextilianity | sextilianize | sextiliano | sextilienne | sextiliennes | sextiliennist | sextiliennity | sfezmo | sfokshah | shalpk | | shambled | shbong | shcheelbsose | Sheep Tentacles | sheez | shescient | shirf | shitongue | shiv | shiverance | shleg | shlickbar | shlithhoy | shmang | shmaynom | shmeska | shnood | shnorfk | shnorgish | shobbay | sholka | shopwreck | shorth | shpaulk | shrain | shroyer | shtebbou | shwwt | shyxe | sickert | sidredividerdis | Signaptic Evolution | sigsbee | Silent Mysterious Mushroom | sillyvisation | Silvery And The Yesterday Wind | simpid | sin eater | sinser | sisisie | sislliep | SITCOM | sithcundman | sjonhverfing | skagz | skalk | skapsy | skatth | skeetth | skelb | skepsipol | skimble-skamble | skimplex | sklorks | skodgy | skoible | skoo | skotth | skrabbat | skrenk | skrunk | sku | skume | skycutting | skyline | skyperspace | slawn | Sleepwalker Day | slempa | sliar | slibble | slibock | slightmare | slivery | sloom | sloopy | slowth | sloyd | slub | sluck | slud | Slugly | slumbo | slur | sluration | slurpus | Slutmagoria | smear | smec | smeg | Smile | smirkola | smonge | smoople | smoutsnoit zedpyst bollo | snail nails | snally | Snatchuralized | snefk | snelectricity | snickersome | snickle | snidth | snirtle | snoebloar | snoffers | snoib | snoitalumis | snossip | snowglyph | snoykyre | snozzberry | snurge | snurl | snusht | snuth | sodomotherapy | soilable | solidstresidiom | somaglyph | somapathy | somlibering | soochow | sookie | soomsoom | Sooniversity | soqquadro | soth | sounds | Southerneuropeanwackadoodleboxarox Day | souvetaurilia | Space But Labyrinth | spacedance | spalt | sparrowfart | Spaurachiology | spectrumatic | Spelvin, George | spermatasthenos | Sphingid Moonglade | Sphinx Gone Purgatory | sphthasm | Spider Time | spiguoso | spilleng | spillengce | spinkling | spinter | spituraturerabid poetry | spix-ra | splaced | splasmath | splatterdox | splipk | spodkin | spool bonkers | sporge | spraxious | Spray the Carnivorous Never | spreens | sprong | spronunciation | sprugth | sprusht | spung | spurge | spynd | squabulition | squancy | squatsploitation | squibler | squidge | squigil | sqword | sqwovernd | sramek | sremhel | srin | stamwang | standuationist | standuationist | stanugap | Star Shrapnel | staremen | steep | sthoy | stigmatter | stigmeological | stimp | stodder | stodge | stold | Stone Dragon Desert | stone gonzo | stoots | stoperate | storminatrix | stotchneb | straflict | stramge | strangiety | streck | stress puppy | strinflyn | strood | stroog | struff | struffage | Strumpet | strunth | strynt | stug | stulch | stumbleuponable | styph | Styx Skates | subcox | subnuminous | substition | sud'dub | suit-'em-up | sumbitting | sumumbra | sunblonp | sunobdara configuration | superaltered | surment | surre(a)lectricity | surreallitreana | surrendnixed | svarbart | sveenge | svelg | sveropk | svinmol | svorb | svunth | swabble | swaff | Sweat Bubbles | swerd | swithernik | swootchism | swoyer | swyepth | syfurchunk | Syllabub Churn | syllodomy | syllogorgismal | symbnotia | symocelo | synchron | syncopatainted | syncron | synecdologism | synecocracy | synekism | synfractical | synotwin | syntemporate | syrtic | syzygenesis | szombat | sztuka poscta

t'dhetbov | taant | tabaghdada | taboid | taithu | Take Sweet The Fallout Shelter | tangernine | Tanika | Tantronyms | tarom | tartle | tath | taxivaginy | taxonidermy | tazzle | tdevelop | tecknowledgical | teep | teethlecrack | telchment | telecosm | temperpermies | temsyscal | Tentacular Carnifex | tepyp | terate | terdic | tergiversations | Terraist | tetradimensionalism | textalien | texternality | textsure | textual object of contemplation | textual poetry | textual vizlation | thanteria | thar | tharg | thayudgick | The Blind Past | The Desert Warp | The Eclipse Wolves | The Hot Chase Invisible | The Killer Grub | The Seldom Walls | the snetcht | the three beauties (of visual poetry) | The Vacuum Dream Skin | thedge | thelct | theopath | therares | thezhzink | thezz | thiltgen | thirdendeal | thirlable | thitherwar | thlabjous | thlarp | thmarma | thnudge | thoim | tholl | thorn | thorowmagnetic | thoss | thoughtcast | thox | thrang | thrashold | thrax | thrimmel | thrip | throeman cafflict | Throsmic Forest | thrust-crust | thumb-water | thumputer | thunge | thurze | thwelk | thwilm | thwilsk | thymiaterion | time | Time Fungus | timeslew | tiscre | tist | tixxaqqaq | tlegnif | tmesis | tmesqwordsis | tning | toatl | toids | tomb | Tomb Eating Spacecraft | tombola | toofkakufa | toosh | tootles | topeersrom | torrential | tradition | tragedy | traik | trancecryption | transaquelia | transnomenation | transposis | transvision | trash pet | trashtology | travisle | tremm | trepiliciosity | trill | tripllipsis | Troad | troots | troyd | tsemp | tsiltsul | tsimtsum | tsipk | tuba | tubes | tukar | tulb | tulia | tull | turkitsch | turlough | turnberry | turnofalconeria | tuslin | tweezer | twerd | twilge | twinnix | Twisted Slippery Years | twordz | typewriter poetry | typogrammar | typoon | tysoy | tz el-coumo

ubarr | ubbermantics | ubiah | ubkle | ubsh | ubvoor | udcroub | uddious | ughten utten | ugriph | uizh'zozzanth | ullage | ULN | ulro | ultracrepidarian | umbesiege | umbradermis | umpro | unandix | underfong | underunrepredepostoverantianalphabetingmentationalismistical | undulipodia | unetic | unilanism | unimegaglot | universal latent neologism | unk-ka-ja | unonym | unscrubscribe | unscrubscribe | unsneck | unutterblanch | upcycle | ur | urban browseline | urbandicted | urchent | urldapk | usoku | Usonian | ustiary | usulmenst | utlunta | uz

V.O.I.C.E.S. | Vacuum Junk | vagietian | vaguexactly | vaguous | Van Rain Tyrant | vang | vash | vathp | vazy | vdhugbuzg | vegcogitit | veilipsis | velleity | velnor fields | vendeez | ventripotent | verbabbly | verbally galacticized | verbelchuate | verbelchuated | verbelchuation | verbeltuating | verbo-visual art | verbosyntax | veriangle | verinym | vernalit | vernisaggle | verv | viazy | videoem | videoet | videoetry | videolage | vigesimalism | Village Voice | violerotic | virit | visbitch | viscraceptuality | visedpo | vispoem | vispoetic artion | vistavistic | visual cotext | visual literature | visual literature | visual pwoermd | visualize | visualized poem | vitra | vitupaplooza | vivers | vizlation | vizlator | vizlature | vlang | vledge | vleong | vleorg | vleoshtot | vliub | vloeistof | vloosy | vob | Voice Geometry | volaupost | volofuten | volquardsen | Vomituous | vonell | voozle | vosorg | vowglish | vowukub | vroig | vuelta | vugg | vumper | vzdrogeevot

wack | wackosity | wad-wed | wadinkle | waffle | wafture | wagonizing | waitron | wakaranize | wankitude | waxident | We In Bitter Deep | wedeln | wedgie issue | wedtortion | weegle | weelrdeelrchy | wefcharg | weftedge | weh | wersh | whaltz | whang | whase | | whiloshar | whimwham | Whirlpool of Wolves | whitch | whommle | whoot | whouge | whoy | whuchwun | whudd | widderguess | widgery | wikipediot | wikipparently | wildorado | Wilshberia | wilvitch | wimpy tar | Wind Amber | windvesting | winsel | withdrawer | wizardatrix | wnort | woga | woign | Wolf Jyzm | wolligog | wolrfon | wonderosity | wonga | wongi | wongi | woodge-yoith | woodspray | word | word stripper | wordbuzz | wordcum | wordfast | wordist | wores | worryk | wos | wournd | wowbaum | wowf | woyoz | wraw | wrawing | wrench | wrenck | wugnogg | wurb | wurp | wuthshon | wutkuff | wuy | wuzvong | wybe | wycleway | wyge | wynstex | wyrld | wysong | wyster

xebophone | XenDooYonterMezzoToubaGugi | xeomonis | xerograph | xerographic transmogrification | xexoxiality | xi | Xiphiarchy | xirp | xoj | xorex | xot | xvokq zhvoksh | xyresic

troglabyte | yadar | yadda | yadder | yaffule | yafth | yamph | yardrat | ycast | yeb?ta | yeezak | yempk | yenen | yespen | Yet Nothing Jet Nothing Light | yetly | ygmeti | ygrumyzn | yidderschm¸tterheitzig | yigyi | yimn | yith | yiyi | ymorth | ynderstanfing | yocker | yoithe | yokuwari | yollinupping | yoskite | yowf | yowyeel | yyx

zafk | zalapistra | zangbetoosed | zarnt | zarthan | zax | zbilbang | ze/zer/zem | zeap | zeegreep | zeep | zeitgeistresse | Zentility | zhra'hrazh | zhdeesha reehy | zhgoozle | zhibez | zhvessess | zhvinst | zhvirpst | zhvoudhe | zhwah | zigology | zingsheim | zinran | Zirconium Power Glow | zird | ziticorumbatious | zizigu | zmolikblask | zobot | Zombie Luminous | zomig | zonference | zoomlag | zooten, schrooten | zooyi | zopf | Zo‰d | zraqa dshimsha | zugunruhu | zuko | zutchshah | zuy | zvardor | zwerenz | zwub | zwygd | zygote | zyntax | zyxyz


Erstellt: 2010-05

new media (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://webopedia.com/TERM/n/new_media.html
Wenn dieser Begriff kein Neologismus ist?

A generic term for the many different forms of electronic communication that are made possible through the use of computer technology. The term is in relation to "old" media forms, such as print newspapers and magazines, that are static representations of text and graphics.
New media includes:
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nico-teen (W3)

Das engl. "nico-teen" ist eine Wortschöpfung zur Bezeichnung eines "rauchenden Teenagers".

(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/words/nico-teen.asp


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okayed (W3)

(E6)(L?) http://www.bradparnell.net/Nuthouse/velocity.htm
Am 18.11.2005 las ich auf dieser Seite zum ersten Mal das Verb "okayed".


Most of the time it's okayed.


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PageRank, pigeonrank (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.google.de/intl/de/why_use.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.webworkshop.net/pagerank.html


(E?)(L?) http://hci.stanford.edu/~page/papers/pagerank


(E?)(L?) http://www.google.com/technology/pigeonrank.html
"PageRank" kam erst mit dem Internet und den Suchmaschinen auf. Mit der Immensen Zunahme von Internetseiten ist es durchaus hilfreich ein Möglichkeit zu haben, die gefundenen Seiten nach ihrer Relevanz zu ordnen. - Aber wie und nach welchen Kriterien.
Was allerdings das neue Wort "pigeonrank" bezeichnet, muss man selbst nachsehen.

Permission-Marketing (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.email-now.de/newsletter/nl_10_02.htm
Eine interessante und erfolgreiche Alternative stellt "Permission-Marketing" mit E-Mails dar. "Permission Marketing" (Erlaubnis-Marketing) ist ein vom US-Autor Seth Godin geprägter Begriff, der im Kern dafür steht, dass ein Empfänger einem Absender die Erlaubnis erteilt, ihm Informationen zuzusenden. Persönliche Informationen, die erwünscht, erwartet und relevant sind, werden nicht als Werbung wahrgenommen, sondern als Service - im Gegensatz zu unerwünschter Störer-Werbung in Form von Banner oder Anzeigen.
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pre-cation
precation (W3)

Nancy Friedman erklärt engl. "pre-cation", "precation", als Neologismus, der von Tom Freedman geprägt worden sein soll und am 30.09.2014 das Licht der Presse-Welt in einem Artikel von "Slate" erblickt haben soll. Google findet engl. "precation" allerdings schon um das Jahr 1640.

Das ältere engl. "precation" geht zurück auf lat. "precatio", "precationis" = dt. "Bitte", "Gebet", "Gebetsformel" oder - pejorativ gebraucht - "Verwünschung".

Das neu gebrauchte engl. "precation" folgt einem Trend von Wörtern, die in Anlehnung an engl. "vacation" = dt. "Urlaub", "Ferien", "Schulferien", "Semesterferien", "Gerichtsferien" gebildet wurden.

Darauf bezogen bedeutet engl. "precation" etwa dt. "Vorferien", "vorweggenommener Urlaub".

Das zu Grunde liegende lat. "vacatio", "vacationis" bedeutet dt. "Freisein", "Entlastung", "Befreiung", "Beurlaubung", "Ablösesumme für Freistellung vom Kriegsdienst" und lat. "vacare" = dt. "leer sein", "frei sein", "leer stehen", "unbebaut sein", "unbewohnt sein", "herrenlos sein", "von etw. frei sein", etw. nicht haben", "Muße haben", "Zeit für etwas / jemanden haben".

In dieser Wortfamilie findet man auch dt. "vakant" (17. Jh.) = dt. "frei", "leer", "unbesetzt", "offen", das aus der Verwaltungssprache zumindest gelegentlich auch in die Alltagssprache übernommen wird. Das Adjektiv lat. "vacans" ist das Partizip Präsenz. von lat. "vacare". Das Substantiv dt. "Vakanz" = dt. "freie Stelle" wurde im 15. Jh. aus mlat. "vacantia" = dt. "Ruhetage" übernommen.

Zwei weitere Angehörige der Wortfamilie - an die man vielleicht nicht direkt denkt - sind dt. "Vakuum" und "evakuieren".

Der Neologismus "precation" mit der "vorweggenommener Urlaub" ist also eine Wortkombination aus dem lat. "prae", "pre" = dt. "vor", "vorher" und der Endung von engl. "vacation" = dt. "Urlaub". Und nach diesem Schema wurden vor einigen Jahren auch andere Wortkombinationen gebildet wie engl. "staycation" (2006 / 2003) ("stay-at-home vacation"), "selfcation" ("Self-Catering Vacation", etwa dt. "Urlaub auf dem Balkon"), "daycation" (etwa "Tagesurlaub") and "naycation" ("Nein-Urlaub", "Faulenzer-Urlaub").

(E?)(L?) http://www.macmillandictionary.com/buzzword/recent.html




(E?)(L?) http://www.macmillandictionary.com/buzzword/entries/pre-cation.html

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The newly coined term "pre-cation" refers to a holiday taken by a new employee on joining a company.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.slate.com/articles/business/building_a_better_workplace/2014/09/precation_perks_companies_offer_employees_vacation_before_they_start.html

Small businesses, big ideas

Sept. 30 2014 1:16 PM

You Deserve a Pre-cation

The smartest job perk you’ve never heard of.
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(E?)(L?) http://nancyfriedman.typepad.com/away_with_words/2014/11/index.html

November 24, 2014

Word of the Week: "Pre-cation"

"Pre-cation": An employer-mandated vacation taken before the start of a new job. Sometimes spelled "precation".

The coinage of "pre-cation" has been attributed to Tom Freedman, co-founder and CEO of 42floors, a San Francisco-based commercial real-estate search engine. In a September 30, 2014, article in Slate, Will Oremus quoted Freedman, who recalled courting a new hire:
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"Pre-cation" follows a "-cation" portmanteau trend that began picking up steam about seven years ago. See "staycation", "selfcation", "daycation" and "naycation".

In "pre-cation", there’s a slight emphasis on "pre". A different "precation", dating from the mid-16th century, has a shorter vowel in the first syllable and places the stress on the second syllable. The word means "prayer" (from Latin "precari"; compare "imprecation", a curse; and "deprecation", an expression of disapproval).
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(E?)(L?) http://www.visualthesaurus.com/cm/wc/selfcation-the-self-catering-vacation/

Selfcation: The Self-Catering Vacation


(E?)(L?) http://www.visualthesaurus.com/cm/wordroutes/the-summer-of-the-staycation/

The Summer of the "Staycation"


(E?)(L?) http://nancyfriedman.typepad.com/away_with_words/2008/07/word-of-the-week-staycation.html

July 07, 2008

Word of the Week: Staycation
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(E?)(L?) https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/naycation

A vacation period during which no travel or paid leisure activities are done.


(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=precation
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "precation" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1640 / 1750 auf.

(E?)(L?) http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


(E?)(L?) http://www.wordmap.co/#pre-cation

This experiment brings together the power of Google Translate and the collective knowledge of Wikipedia to put into context the relationship between language and geographical space.


Erstellt: 2017-01

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searchenginewatch.com
To Google, and Other Internet Neologisms

(E?)(L?) http://www.searchenginewatch.com/searchday/article.php/2214861

Google’s lawyers don’t like it, but the search engine’s name has become a generonym, a brand name that people use as a generic word for searching. The word "Google" itself is a neologism, a variation on the huge number, a "googol".

Neologisms are newly invented words, or existing words that are combined to create a word with a new meaning. The rise of the Internet has spawned lots of neologisms that have made their way into common usage.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.wordspy.com/TechWordSpy/


An outstanding glossary that features many of these Internet neologisms is maintained by writer Paul McFedries. His Tech Word Spy Web site is a lexicon of technical terms, many of which came from the books he's written. If you're a fan of language, it's a fun and fascinating site to engage in what McFedries calls "lexpionage."

Do you suffer from "information fatigue syndrome", the weariness and frustration that results from information overload? Or have to put up with a "list Nazi", a "mailing list subscriber" who makes it a point to flame other list members for even the slightest violations of Net, e-mail, or mailing list etiquette?

All of you webmasters will want to know about "tag wrestling", a popular, new sport, usually accompanied by grunting, slaps to the head, and cries of "I'm sure I put in that end tag" and "They must have changed the syntax of HTML on me."

skyscraper ad (W3)

Mit dem beengten Platz auf einer Internet-Seite müssen auch werbetreibende Firmen haushalten. Und so erfand man neben dem horizontalen "Banner" auch die vertikale Werbeeinblendung den "skyscraper ad" (advertisement).

startrek-wormhole

(E?)(L2) http://www.startrek-wormhole.com/


Ich habe die umfangreich Site noch nicht ausreichend untersucht, aber hier dürften sicherlich auch einige Neologismen oder Kunstwörter zu finden sein. Wenn nicht direkt so doch auf einer verlinkten Site dieses Portals.

Swing-by (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://eis.jpl.nasa.gov/cassini_epo/operations/gravity-assist-primer.cfm


(E?)(L?) http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/basics/bsf4-1.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.dlr.de/Koeln-Porz


(E?)(L?) http://www.astronews.com/frag/antworten/frage369.html
Dieser Begriff wurde 1961 geboren: Der 25-jährige Mathematikstudent Michael Minovitch jobbte am Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Kalifornien. Dabei überlegte er sich, wie eine Raumsonde die Gravitation eines Himmelskörpers ausnutzen könnte, um neuen Schwung zu holen um tiefer in den Kosmos vorzudringen. Dieses "Vorbeischwingen" erhielt die engl. Bezeichnung "Swing-by". Er wurde 1977 zum ersten Mal von der Voyager II in die Praxis umgesetzt.

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theatlantic
Word Fugitives by Barbara Wallraff

(E?)(L?) http://www.theatlantic.com/unbound/fugitives/fugitives.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.theatlantic.com/srch/?words=fugitives
Hier findet man Wörter für bisher unbenannte Dinge und Vorgänge.
Leider sind "Nicht-Abonnent" nur kurze Happen der 216 gefundenen Beiträge zugänglich. (30.03.2006)


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A "word fugitive" ("Wort Flüchtling") is a wanted word or expression that someone has been unable to call to mind. Quite probably no exactly apt term exists - but maybe one should. Those familiar with The Meaning of "Liff" (1983), by Douglas Adams and John Lloyd, or "Sniglets" (1984), by Rich Hall and Friends, may find it helpful to think of word fugitives as empty mental spaces waiting to be filled by neologisms like the ones that appeared in those books. Readers familiar with Atlantic Unbound may already be acquainted with the word-fugitives idea, which made its debut online. Now readers are invited to submit for this page both word fugitives they seek and neologisms they coin to meet the needs of their word-wanting fellows.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/prem/200510/word-fugitives


(E?)(L?) http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/prem/200512/word-fugitives


(E?)(L?) http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/prem/200603/word-fugitives


theyearinwords.com
The Year in Words

Der Titel der Site "The Year in Words" ist sehr viel versprechend. Und man findet auch sehr viele interessante Wortzusammensetzungen und Neukreationen. Aber leider scheint es eine Einmal-Aktion des Jahres 2010 gewesen zu sein.

Featuring new words and terms inspired by 2010 news stories. Created by an American namer of global companies and their products

(E?)(L?) http://www.theyearinwords.com/

Here you'll find new terms, inspired by everyday news and invented by brand naming expert Deborah Schatten.



Categories

| ADDICTION | Ads & Marketing | Americana | Beauty | Boards | Brands & PR | BUY SHIRT | Celebrities | Chatter | Creatures | Criminal | Dance | DATING | Drugs | Economics | Edibles | Education | ELDERS | Email | Entertainment | Evils | Exposés | Facebook | FAKES | Families | FASHION | Fertility | Film & TV | Finance | GALLERIES | Gawked | Generations | HAIRY | Holidays | Infidelity | Jocks | Journalism | Kinwords | LANGUAGE | Leaders | Maneuvers | MARRIEDS | Medicine | Misbehaving | Mobile | Moms & Dads | Moneyed | NAMING | Oil Spill | Online | Out | People Types | Pets | PHARMA | Phases | Pitches | Politics | Polls | Pollution | PRIVACY | Psychology | Relationships | Sales | Science | SECRETS | Sex Stuff | Shopping | Smells | Smooching | Social Media | SPYING | Storytelling | Surprise | TECH | Texting | Thin | Top Terms | Travel | TWITTER | Urbanity | VAMPIRES | Wearables | Witches | Work Done | Workworld | Yiddiction | Yoga


Erstellt: 2014-01

toaster (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://webopedia.com/TERM/T/toaster.html
Am 03.03.2003 stellte der Newsletter von "Webopedia" diesen Begriff im Newsletter als "Wort des Tages" vor.

Originally used to describe outdated or slow hardware (referring to the power of a kitchen toaster), the term is now often used to describe a product that joins various components in one easy-to-use package (referring to the ease of using a kitchen toaster). For example, a video toaster is a desktop video editor that features all the software and hardware needed to create broadcast-quality video in one integrated system. An intranet toaster is an all-in-one server that can be connected to an existing LAN and configured through a Web browser. The term can also refer to both qualities - easy-to-use but less powerful than other products.

"Toaster" kann also im positiven Sinne zur Bezeichnung eines Gerätes benutzt werden, das einen Komplettservice (integrierten Service) mit einer einfachen Handhabung anbietet.

"Toaster" kann aber auch im negativen Sinn zur Bezeichnung eines Gerätes benutzt werden, das einfach zu handhaben ist aber auch keine grosse Leistung vollbringt.

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Uni Rice - owlnet
New Words in English

(E?)(L?) http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~ling215/NewWords/
The following neologisms and novel uses of words in English were collected by members of the class Linguistics/English 215, Words in English: Structure, History and Use, taught by Suzanne Kemmer at Rice University. Over the course of the semester, students collected instances of words and word uses that appear to be new in the language. They defined the words, described their origin where possible, illustrated their use, and analyzed the words in terms of their structure and the types of word formation processes they exemplify.
The list below includes many different structural word formation types, including novel derivations, clippings, back formations, and compounding processes of various sorts. The words also exemplify a wide range of semantic/pragmatic phenomena such as metaphor, metonymy, euphemism, and eponymy.
The words on this page give a good picture of the creative aspects of word formation and use in present day English. Speakers do not confine themselves to existing, conventional units when using language; to express their exact meaning in a given context, they take advantage of the wide range of creative resources provided by their language. Many of these creations become more frequent and conventionalized over time. Looking at new words allows us to get a glimpse of lexical change in progress.
Auf der Seite findet man folgende englische Neologismen mit Erklärungen:
ANDROPAUSE (OR VIROPAUSE) - ANIME - ARTSY - A.S.S. GRADUATE - AUDIOPHILE - AUTO "DENTIST" - BACK STORY - BAGGRAVATION - BFE - BIG-EYED - BLADING - BRONCO BAG - BTW - CAMPOS - CARJACKING - COMETISED - CORDS - CROSS-TRAINER - DATE RAPE - DEFLICTED - DETOX - DISORIENT EXPRESS - EARWITNESS - EATERS COMA - EATERS DEATH - EBONICS - E-MAIL - FANTABULOUS - F.I.N.E - FLAGGIN' - FLAME - FLOW - 411 - FRO-YO - FUNKINETICS - FUNNY - FURTHER-FETCHED - GARDEN BURGER - "GARDEN TOOL" MAMA - GET FUNGED - GINORMOUS - GLOBOBOSS - HANZOUND TM - HOT-SEATING - IMHO - INTERQUEL - ITO'D - JAPANIMATION - JONES - JORDANESQUE - K-MART EXPRESS - KRUNK - LATE PLATE - LOC - LOCS - LOSINGEST - MACINTRASH - MALLRATS - MCJOB - MEDIA LEAKS CENTER - MEANDERTHAL - MOTO - NETIZEN - NOAH'S ARKING - O.J.-BY-THE-SEA - PILTROL (registered tradename) - PLUGGERS - POPAGANDA - POOPER-SCOOPER - POSTAL - POTUS/VPOTUS/FLOTUS - PROLLY - PSYCHODRAMATIC - RETAIL ELEPHANT - ROAD RAGE - ROLLING - RUBBER-CHICKEN CIRCUIT - SARCASTROPHE - SCHECK HAPPENS - SCHIZO - SEA LAWYER - SECADEM - SEXAHOLISM - SHOPGRIFTING - SLACKADEM - SLOW-SPEED CHASER - SNAIL MAIL - SPACE-POSSESSION DICTATORIAL - SPAM - SPEEL - SPIDER - SPORK - STALKERAZZI - SWANGIN' - SWOOSH - SWOOSHTIKA - TAGGIN' - TELESCAM - TELEVANGELIST - TERRAFORM - TOUCH - TROLL - TYSON - VATOR - VERTICALLY-CHALLENGED - VIDEOPHILE - WAC - WALLIN' - WHATEVER - WORDROBE - WORRYWORT - 'ZINE

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verbotomy
Neologismen

(E?)(L?) http://www.verbotomy.com/
Die Neologismen, die man hier findet sind teilweise neu erfunden. Zu jedem neuen Wort gibt es eine kleine Illustration.


New word-challenge and comic five days-a-week (Mon-Fri).




(E?)(L?) http://www.verbotomy.com/verblossary.php
Im "Verblossary" findet man folgende Einträge:


As might be expected, you will run into a lot peculiar jargon playing Verbotmy. Here is short glossary of some of terms you will find. And not surprisingly, a lot of them start with "V".




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weasel words (W3)

In 1916 Theodore Roosevelt declared that the tendency to use what have been called "weasel words" was one of the defects of our nation. You can have "universal training" or you can have "voluntary training", but when you use the word "voluntary" to qualify the word "universal", you are using a "weasel word", he said: it has sucked all the meaning out of "universal".

(E?)(L?) http://www.weaselwords.com.au/about%20us.htm


wordspy (wsp)
Wordspy
A word A day
A Web site by Paul McFedries
Word List
Wort-Liste

(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/
Anscheinend wird es immer wichtiger, bei jeder beliebigen Gelegenheit englische Begriffe einfliessen zu lassen. Ein Satz ohne einen solchen sollte man erst gar nicht aussprechen oder aufschreiben.

Um sich für diese Sprachpanscherei zu rüsten sollte man ab und zu diese "Site" besuchen.
Der Wortspion sucht nach neuen englischen Begriffen, die noch nicht oder vielleicht gerade erst den Sprung ins OED (Oxford English Dictionary) geschafft haben. Dazu gibt es Informationen zum ersten nachweisbaren Auftreten des Wortes und einige Zitate, in welchem Kontext der Begriff bereits salonfähig ist.
Damit sollte man selbst dem fanatischsten Denglisher ab und zu einen Schritt voraus sein.
Dabei können selbst englischsprachigen Erdenbewohnern manche Begriffe spanglish vorkommen.
Heute (12.02.2004) wird zum Beispiel Ctrl-Alt-Delete vorgestellt. Diese Tastenkombination kann man nun auch in anderen Lebensbereichen drücken.
It's time to hit Ctrl-Alt-Delete on the computerized Bowl Championship Series. Or should we now call it the Bowl Split-Championship Series?

Welcome to Word Spy! This Web site is devoted to lexpionage, the sleuthing of new words and phrases. These aren't "stunt words" or "sniglets," but new terms that have appeared multiple times in newspapers, magazines, books, Web sites, and other recorded sources.

Neologisms are newly invented words, or existing words that are combined to create a word with a new meaning. The rise of the Internet has spawned lots of neologisms that have made their way into common usage.

An outstanding glossary that features many of these Internet neologisms is maintained by writer Paul McFedries. His Tech Word Spy Web site is a lexicon of technical terms, many of which came from the books he's written. If you're a fan of language, it's a fun and fascinating site to engage in what McFedries calls "lexpionage."


This Web site is devoted to lexpionage, the sleuthing of new words and phrases. These aren't "stunt words" or "sniglets," but new terms that have appeared multiple times in newspapers, magazines, books, Web sites, and other recorded sources.


(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/index/subjects.asp
The Word Spy Subject Index: (01.09.2005)



(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/

The Word Spy Alphabetical Index

| 2000-compliant | 2K1 | 9/11 | 99er

(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/
| acoustic ecology | acoustic privacy | acoustic snooping | acoustic terrorism | activationist | active aging | actorvist | ad creep | address munging | adhocracy | Adlai Stevenson moment | adminisphere | adorkable | adrenaline television | adultescent | adulticide | advergame | advermation | advertecture | advertorial | aerotropolis | affective computing | affective forecasting | affluenza | afflufemza | Affrilachian | aftcast | aftercrimes | after-party | age fraud | age heaping | a-geographic | agflation | aging ear | agnotology | agonism | agrimation | agritourist | air rage | aireoke | al desko | alcopop | allergy bullying | alpha earner | alpha geek | alpha girl | alpha mom | alpha pup | altruistic donor | Alt-Tab | Amazon | ambient findability | amphibological | anacronym | anchor store | andrologist | andropause | anecdata | angel investor | Anglosphere | animal hoarding | anniversary journalism | annotated reality | anonymice | anthropocene | anti-anti-American | anticipointment | anti-fan | anti-foot | antigerm | antigram | antigriddle | antilanguage | antirube | antiskeptic | anus envy | AOS | ape diet | apitherapy | apocalypse fatigue | appliance garage | application service provider | appointment television | approximeeting | apps-on-tap | aptagram | arachnerd | architourist | arm candy | arsenic hour | Asian paradox | askable parent | assisted migration | astroturf | asymmetric warfare | athlete tax | atomic sit-ups | attack fax | attention economics | attentional blink | audio mining | audioblog | audism | augmented reality | auto-eating | autological | autopathography | avoision

(E2)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/
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| X2Y | xenotransplant | xenozoonosis | xerocracy | xeroxlore | X-shaped recovery

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| yard sale | yarn bombing | yeardisc | yell phone | yestersol | yestertech | yettie | YIMBY | yuck factor | yuppie slum

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| Zen mail | Zen spin | zinester | zip code marketing | zipperhead | zitcom | zombie bank | zombie computer | zorbing | zorse


Erstellt: 2010-12

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| 2000-compliant | 2K1 | 9/11 |

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X2Y | xenotransplant | xenozoonosis | xerocracy | xeroxlore | X-shaped recovery


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| yard sale | yarn bombing | yeardisc | yell phone | yestersol | yestertech | yettie | YIMBY | yuck factor | yuppie slum


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Zen mail | Zen spin | zinester | zip code marketing | zipperhead | zitcom | zombie bank | zombie computer | zorbing | zorse


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My Neologisms: (01.09.2005)

This page presents a list of the words and phrases that I've coined. Note that, in some cases, the word is an old one and I've coined a new meaning (see, for example, megacity).

lexpionage | squirrel gardening | copyrighteous | bad tongue day | self-coin | X2Y | whistle number | awkword | jig-sawdust | e-upmanship | anecdotage | generonym | mental hairball | hasbian | pound-of-cure mode | multidude | cachet-to-cliche | Netois | millennial purist | Javlovian, adjective | SINK SCUM | stuck pig syndrome | spontaneous program combustion | grammer slack | pro-detail | inloviduals | snooze | Tickle Me Elmomentum | thirty-second surfer | corplaining | CAT scanning | factitious | slackademic | name rackognition | agressocracy | encryptlish | shiftless | megacity | Monday morning idea | mathism | UCEless | overworking class


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A Few Of My Favorite Words: (01.09.2005)

Here are a few of my favourite members of the lexicon and why they turn my crank.

Anecdotage | Autological | | Calumny | Chortle | Crapulence | Crepuscular | Demonomania | Euphonious | Feculent | Flibbertigibbet | Fricative | Hullabaloo | Ineluctable | Onomatopoeia | Portmanteau | Procrustean | Reduplicate | Simulacrum | Slugabed | Tomfoolery


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Word Spy
The Word Lover's Guide to Modern Culture

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Sprache: Englisch
Taschenbuch - 432 Seiten - Broadway Books
Erscheinungsdatum: 1. Februar 2004
Auflage: 1st
ISBN: 076791466X


This book is a series of cultural snapshots, with the lens focused on new words and phrases that tell us something about our world. These snapshots cover various slices of modern life, including relationships, business, technology, war, aging, multiculturalism, and even fast food. I define each word, tell you when it first appeared in print, provide a citation from the media that shows how the word is used, and give you some cultural background - stats, stories, trends, and tidbits - that put the word into context. Taken together, I hope these snapshots form a larger picture of our modern culture. Have you ever seen one of those images that, when examined closely, turns out to be made up of thousands of smaller pictures? It's called a mosaic, and that's the metaphor that underlies this book. It's a mosaic of new words.

It covers over 1,000 words and phrases, from accelerated-care nursing to zoomers.
Hundreds of those words and phrases are NOT on the WordSpy.com Web site, so there's plenty of new material.
It's 420 pages long, with 22 chapters and an appendix (see the Table of Contents), all for a mere U.S.$15.95 or CDN$23.95.

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Garner, Bryan
Garner's Modern American Usage

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Third Edition: Now in a completely revised Third Edition — The indispensable guide to using the most influential language in the world

Since first appearing in 1998, "Garners Modern American Usage" has established itself as the preeminent guide to the effective use of the English language. Brimming with witty, erudite essays on troublesome words and phrases, "GMAU" authoritatively shows how to avoid the countless pitfalls that await unwary writers and speakers whether the issues relate to grammar, punctuation, word choice, or pronunciation.

An exciting new feature of this third edition is Garners Language-Change Index, which registers where each disputed usage in modern English falls on a five-stage continuum from nonacceptability (to the language community as a whole) to acceptability, giving the book a consistent standard throughout. "GMAU" is the first usage guide ever to incorporate such a language-change index. The judgments are based both on Garners own original research in linguistic corpora and on his analysis of hundreds of earlier studies. Another first in this edition is the panel of critical readers: 120-plus commentators who have helped Garner reassess and update the text, so that every page has been improved.

Bryan A. Garner is a writer, grammarian, lexicographer, teacher, and lawyer. He has written professionally about English usage for more than 28 years, and his work has achieved widespread renown. David Foster Wallace proclaimed that Bryan Garner is a genius and William Safire called the book excellent. In fact, due to the strength of his work on GMAU, Garner was the grammarian asked to write the grammar-and-usage chapter for the venerable Chicago Manual of Style. His advice on language matters is second to none.


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Bryan A. Garner wears many hats: he is a lawyer, a prolific lecturer, and an equally prolific author. Since 1995, he has been editor-in-chief of Black's Law Dictionary. He is also the author of "Garner's Modern American Usage", a widely respected guide to contemporary usage that has just been published in its third edition.
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Garner's Modern American Usage, edited by Bryan Garner, is a usage guide for contemporary American English first published in 2009. It covers issues of usage, pronunciation, and style, from distinctions among commonly confused words and phrases and notes on how to prevent verbosity and obscurity. In addition, it contains essays about the English language.

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