Neologisms on trend

As we mentioned some time ago, language is alive and evolving, especially when it comes to English. As a global language, English is evolving...

Palabras invasoras: New technologies and invading words

In today's post we challenge you to take a step back and reflect on our reactions as linguists to those invading words or neologisms...

Waterstuff and sourstuff make water

    In an era of globalized movement of laborers, it is only fitting that a global linguistic transaction of loanwords and etymologically related words was...

Neologisms & Retronyms

What if we could back to the very first start, when milk was just milk and turf was real in any case? What if...

Top 5 Articles of the Month on Terminology – June 2017

Dear terminologist! Every month we offer you a selection of our favourite articles and blog posts on terminology. There was a little break in...

The Translation of English Neologisms

“Translation is that which transforms everything so that nothing changes”.Günter Grass The translation of neologisms tops the list of the most difficult matters which translators...

Neologisms – their origin and how they reinvigorate language

Language is like soil. However rich, it is subject to erosion, and its fertility is constantly threatened by uses that exhaust its vitality. It...

Neologisms – September 2017

Dear TermNeologists! We are back with our series of posts on neologisms, which we launched last month. Considering the prominent role, gastronomy plays in our...

Term prep in signed language interpreting

The work of signed language interpreters (SLI’s) is not that much different from that of spoken language interpreters. Until one starts to think about...

Learn about neologisms with these online resources

Neologisms, what an alive world! We create new words to express concepts or ideas that were previously expressed using other words or by using...
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