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However, in Ivanov's dictionary there are several important neologisms of everyday life using the revived root [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'thrift' > 'economy' either in compounds such as [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'savings bank', or in derivated adjectival forms such as [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'economical, thrifty'.
Ma'arav and Izavon are a favorite pair of Ezekiel's neologisms.
His poetic language admits archaisms and he also uses neologisms.
The phrase 'Gangnam style' is a Korean neologism that refers to a life style associated with the Gangnam district of Seoul.
The neologism, the strained recursive acronym, and the process of adding or dropping a vowel--these may well be the core technologies of contemporary technoculture.
on a finite level, [existing] as a reality essence (a metareality) involving a persuasive consciousness (information expressed through meaning as metaconsciousness) and order (ordropy [another neologism, M.
If a child is given a neologism or a name common to boys and girls, he or she is likely to have a lifetime of misaddressed envelopes, unnecessary hassles and other tiresome or embarrassing gender-confused situations.
A REGULAR and erudite reader (that's different from Araldite by the way although he has stuck by me for years) has sent a list of winning entries from The Washington Post's neologism contest.
the phenomenon demonstrated by leading spokeswomen of any religion can be explained in terms of the neologism "dianomy"--that is, "an accounting of moral agency that does not rely exclusively on either the self or religious traditions as the source of moral authority" (185).
How does one translate, into a language with no equivalent formality, a witty neologism for the continued use of the formal vous after one feels the familiar tu has been earned?
3) The neologism 'lex sportiva' is not a pure Latinism, since the adjective 'sportiva' is not Latin, the term 'lex sportiva' obviously was created by analogy with the medieval lex mercatoria (merchant law).
The neologism egeszsegbiztositas was formed after the political changes of the late 1980s and appeared first in a 1991 act (No 84 of 1991) regulating the separation of insurance funds.