verb (used without object), neoterized, neoterizing.
to coin new words, terms, or expressions; neologize.
Also, especially British, neoterise.

1870–75; < Greek neōterízein, equivalent to neṓter(os) (see neoteric) + -izein -ize Unabridged
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