neology

neology

[nee-ol-uh-jee]
noun, plural neologies.

Origin:
1790–1800; < French néologie. See neo-, -logy

neological [nee-uh-loj-i-kuhl] , neologic, adjective
neologically, adverb
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neologism or neology (nɪˈɒləˌdʒɪzəm)
 
n , pl -gisms, -gies
1.  a newly coined word, or a phrase or familiar word used in a new sense
2.  the practice of using or introducing neologisms
3.  rare a tendency towards adopting new views, esp rationalist views, in matters of religion
 
[C18: via French from neo- + -logism, from Greek logos word, saying]
 
neology or neology
 
n
 
[C18: via French from neo- + -logism, from Greek logos word, saying]
 
ne'ologist or neology
 
n
 
neolo'gistic or neology
 
adj
 
neolo'gistical or neology
 
adj
 
neological or neology
 
adj
 
neolo'gistically or neology
 
adv
 
neo'logically or neology
 
adv

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