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blog

See also: blög

EnglishEdit

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Etymology 1Edit

Shortened form of weblog. The Oxford English Dictionary says the shortened word was coined May 23, 1999 and references the "Jargon Watch" article in an issue of the online magazine "Tasty Bits from the Technology Front" which attributes the shortening to Peter Merholz who put the following on his web site[1][2]:

For What It's Worth: I've decided to pronounce the word 'weblog' as wee'- blog. Or 'blog' for short.

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blog (plural blogs)

  1. (Internet) A website that allows users to reflect, share opinions, and discuss various topics in the form of an online journal, sometimes letting readers comment on their posts. Most blogs are written in a slightly informal tone (personal journals, news, businesses, etc.) Entries typically appear in reverse chronological order.
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blog (third-person singular simple present blogs, present participle blogging, simple past and past participle blogged)

  1. (blogging) To contribute to a blog.
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Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

blog (third-person singular simple present blogs, present participle blogging, simple past and past participle blogged)

  1. (UK, slang) To blag, to steal something; To acquire something illegally.

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blog (uncountable)

  1. (dated, fandom slang, humorous) alternative case form of Blog
    • 1960, Rich Brown & Paul Stanbery, The Golden Halls of Mirth[1], published 2006-07-19:
      The earliest form we know about composed before Rhysling was blinded, at some drinking bout, and the verses concerned what he would do at the SoLaCon I—if he could find enough blog, a mimeo, and a few willing femmefans.
    • 1994 June 07, David E Romm, "Re: To Ghost or Not To Ghost...", message-ID <71443.1447-070694144409@dialup-3-152.gw.umn.edu>, rec.arts.sf.fandom, Usenet link:
      The closest we came to that was not serving alcohol in the consuite one year. That was a significant success for it's main purpose. We actually came up with a definition of a fan, albeit a partial one phrased in the negative: Anyone who comes to Minicon just because there's free beer in the consuite is not a fan. That year there was more alcohol and more kinds* of alcohol than at any Minicon before or since; all the real fans who liked to drink brought their own and shared. The policy mainly discouraged the jerks who liked to hang out at the consuite and hit on the women. We did that for one year and happily went back to serving beer and blog.
    • 1995 September 04, Lindsay Crawford, "Re: Intersection", message-ID <9509042250393785@emerald.com>, rec.arts.sf.fandom, Usenet link:
      I can't speak for Faye as ed of FHAPA, but it would be really swell of someone could send us a set of Intersection daily newszines, plus any con flyers or other fannish papers that were there to had for the picking up: fannish things, you know, not including media, gaming, filking or costuming, fine fun but not my cup of blog, thank you.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Dawson, Keith (1999-08-30), "TBTF for 1999-08-23: Compliance", URL accessed on 2012-01-02.
  2. ^ Merholz, Peter (2002-05-17), "Play With Your Words", URL accessed on 2012-01-02.

DanishEdit

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From English blog. (2000)

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blog c (singular definite bloggen, plural indefinite blogs)

  1. blog

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English blog

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blog m (plural blogs)

  1. (Internet) blog

HungarianEdit

Hungarian Wikipedia has an article on:

Wikipedia hu

EtymologyEdit

From English blog, shortening of weblog, coined from web + log.

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blog (plural blogok)

  1. blog

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ItalianEdit

Italian Wikipedia has an article on:

Wikipedia it

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blog m (invariable)

  1. (Internet) blog

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blog m

  1. blog

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PortugueseEdit

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blog m (plural blogs)

  1. Alternative form of blogue

Serbo-CroatianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English blog.

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blòg m (Cyrillic spelling бло̀г)

  1. blog

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TurkishEdit

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From English blog.

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blog (definite accusative blogu, plural bloglar)

  1. (Internet) blog

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