neologismo

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NounEdit

neologismo inan

  1. (linguistics) neologism

DeclensionEdit

Declension of neologismo (inanimate, ending in vowel)
indefinite singular plural
absolutive neologismo neologismoa neologismoak
ergative neologismok neologismoak neologismoek
dative neologismori neologismoari neologismoei
genitive neologismoren neologismoaren neologismoen
comitative neologismorekin neologismoarekin neologismoekin
causative neologismorengatik neologismoarengatik neologismoengatik
benefactive neologismorentzat neologismoarentzat neologismoentzat
instrumental neologismoz neologismoaz neologismoez
insessive neologismotan neologismoan neologismoetan
locative neologismotako neologismoko neologismoetako
allative neologismotara neologismora neologismoetara
terminative neologismotaraino neologismoraino neologismoetaraino
directive neologismotarantz neologismorantz neologismoetarantz
destinative neologismotarako neologismorako neologismoetarako
ablative neologismotatik neologismotik neologismoetatik
partitive neologismorik
prolative neologismotzat

EsperantoEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /neoloɡˈismo/
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: neo‧log‧is‧mo
  • Rhymes: -ismo

NounEdit

neologismo (accusative singular neologismon, plural neologismoj, accusative plural neologismojn)

  1. neologism
    • 1978, Israel Lejzerowicz, El la "Verda Biblio", Chapter 1:
      Kaj la Spirito kreis la neologismojn kaj ĉiujn malfacilajn vortojn, lau ilia speco, por eterna turmento de la novaj verduloj.
      And the Spirit created the neologisms and all difficult words, according to their kind, for the eternal torment of new Esperantists.
    • 1999, Jorge Camacho, "La mava lingvo", Lingva arto:
      Mavajn neologismojn ili anatemas imite la metodojn de la afganaj taliboj, krom se la koncerna radiko venas el la japana, la tamazirta aŭ la ĉiapa, ĉar plia kaj tre moda ingrediento de lingva simplismo estas la strebo al ia esperanto statistike internacia.
      They consider evil neologisms anathema in imitation of the methods of the Afghan Taliban, unless the root in question comes from Japanese, Tamazight or Chiapa, because a fashionable new ingredient of linguistic simplism is striving for a sort of statistically international Esperanto.
    • 1999, Valentin Melnikov, "Kelkaj konsiloj por plibonigi stilon", La Ondo de Esperanto:
      Se via verko estos hiperplena da redundaj neologismoj, ĝi aspektos turpe kaj hide, kaj oni etikedos ĝin mava.
      If your work is hyperloaded with redundant neologisms, it will look filthy and hideous, and people will label it bad.



ItalianEdit

NounEdit

neologismo m (plural neologismi)

  1. (linguistics) neologism

PortugueseEdit

NounEdit

neologismo m (plural neologismos)

  1. (linguistics) neologism

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EtymologyEdit

From neo- + Ancient Greek λόγος (lógos, word) + -ismo.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /neoloˈxismo/, [ne.o.loˈxiz.mo]

NounEdit

neologismo m (plural neologismos)

  1. (linguistics) neologism (a word or phrase which has recently been coined)

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