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9.
Yo realist good word! (and yes I know its a real word...now... thanks for the knowledge it's somewhat scarce around these parts!)
If I had a neologism I would be a neologist...no?
by the voice of reason April 30, 2003
 
1.
Itself an invented word used exclusively pejoratively to dismiss newly coined words. Usually used to express distaste for words inconvenient to one's ideology.
Pederasts, a more perverse subtype of faggots, declare moralphobia a neologism.
by Tokenizing Words December 19, 2007
 
2.
Words wikipedia, itself a neologism, finds inconvenient.
Wikipedia, itself a neologism, discourages the use of neologisms.
by Tokenizing Words December 19, 2007
 
3.
The promotion of which is the sole purpose of urbandictionary's existence.
Urbandictionary is a collection of neologisms.
by DrIdiot January 12, 2006
 
4.
Basically, a new word that comes into a language through creatively using that language. Borrowed words from other languages and dialects are not neologisms.
Ebonics: Ebony Phonics

Notice both ebony and phonics are 'english' words, these two words were creatively used to create a new english word.
by Dwayne December 04, 2003
 
5.
a word that means "new word". it comes from the Latin roots "neo"(meaning "new") and "log"(meaning "word"). the "ism" os not that important.
List of Neologisms:
fucktard
haterade
floetry
fugly
etc...

all the names of pokemon are neologisms
by this website is ruined November 30, 2005
 
6.
A Neologism can be a few different things. It can be a new word, a new way someone uses a word, or a new type of phrase.
It is derived from the Greek word, Neo, which means "New."
A Neologism in the sense of a new word would be, for instance, Chumbling. This is chewing and mumbling at the same time. In this, it is also a compound word, however, it is a new or recent word. In the sense of a new use of a word, look at the use of the words in the Urban Dictionary. These are all neologisms. This also applies to the phrases. The Urban Dictionary, in it self is a Neologistic source.
by Joseph Grant P II May 11, 2007
 
7.
a new word
he had created a neologism
by realist April 23, 2003