What are neologisms?
Newly coined terms, words, or phrases, that may be commonly used in everyday life but have yet to be formally accepted as constituting mainstream language by some of the main language institutions. Neologisms represent the evolving nature of (for example) the English language. We create new words to express concepts or ideas that were previously expressed using other words or by using words that may not have existed at all.
How can we help you?
We have prepared an interesting selection of several neologisms’ websites where you can find some interesting new terms. In the list, there are neologisms’ website in different languages such as Spanish, English, French, Catalan or German. Just take a look at the bets tool for you.
Here are some useful international links and websites dealing with neologisms that you can access and check:
- alphaDictionary: Historical Dictionary of American Slang
- ADS’s Word of the Year
- Dictionary of (British) slang
- Die Wortwarte
- Glossary of Hardboiled Slang
- Incompetech: Neologisms
- Instituto Cervantes: Banco de neologismos
- Lexicopoeia: A Lexicon of Neologisms
- Merriam-Webster Word Central
- Neologics: Neologism Sites on the Web
- NeoUSAL (Universidad de Salamanca)
- Online Etymology Dictionary
- Oxford Dictionaries: New Words
- Shakespear’s Coined Words
- Terminologia etc
- The Rice University Neologisms Database
- The International Dictionary of Neologisms
- The Unword Dictionary
- Word Spy
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