Last modified on 8 October 2013, at 14:54
new + speak, coined by George Orwell in the 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty-four.
- The fictional language devised to meet the needs of Ingsoc in the novel Nineteen Eighty-four (George Orwell, 1949). Designed to restrict the words, and hence the thoughts, of the citizens of Oceania.
- A highly dynamic and reflective programming language descended from Smalltalk, supporting both object-oriented and functional programming.
- Bulgarian: новговор m (novgóvor)
- Mandarin: 新語 (zh), 新语 (xīnyǔ)
- Esperanto: novparolo
- Finnish: uuskieli
- French: novlangue (fr) f
- Georgian: ახალმეტყველება (axalmetqveleba)
- German: Neusprech (de) n
- Hungarian: újbeszél (hu)
- Icelandic: nýlenska
- Italian: neolingua
- Japanese: ニュースピーク (nyūsupīku)
- Korean: 신어 (ko) (sineo)
- Lithuanian: naujakalbė f
- Norwegian: nytale
- Polish: nowomowa f
- Portuguese: novilíngua
- Russian: новояз (ru) m (novojáz)
- Serbo-Croatian: новоговор m (novogovor)
- Slovene: novorek
- Spanish: neolengua
Newspeak (usually uncountable, plural Newspeaks)
- Alternative spelling of newspeak.