HMS Neologisms

Check out the words that the 2015-2016 students created following a study of word roots and affixes!  

A

agben [aug’-ben] verb – To do well (ag: do + ben: well).

animi [an’-im-ee] verb – Life or spirit farming (anim: life/sprit+ i: farming).

antibibliophobia [an-tai-bib-lee-uh-‘foe-bee-uh] adjective – The fear that no one likes books (anti: against + biblio: relating to a book or books + phobia: the fear of).

antinature [an’-ti-na-ture] adjective – When you are against the natural world of nature (anti: opposed to/ against + nature: the phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals, the landscape, and other features and products of the earth, as opposed to humans or human creations).


B

bensomn [ben-‘somn] verb – Being good at sleeping (ben: being good or well + somn: sleep).

biomade [bye’-o-made] noun – To be made of plants (bio: plants; living + made: to be created of).


C

chronable [kron’-uh-ble] adjective – Agreeing on time (chron: time + able: capable of).

chronism [kron-is’-m] noun – The belief of time (chron: time + ism: belief).

chronofall [chro-no-fall’] verb – To trick time (chron: time + fall: trick).


D

deinitypsycheness [deín’-ity-psyche-ness] – To have a divine like intelligence; to be so smart it is considered God-like. (dein: meaning god like + psyche: mind).

demful [dem’-ful] adjective – Full of people (dem: people + full: full of).

dicophil [di’-co-phil] noun – Two people who are in love  (di: two+ co: together + love: phil).

dispoten [dis’-po-ten] noun – Having the same amount of potential as someone. (dis: identical +poten: having power).


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I

incronive [in-cron’-iv] verb – Having the incorrect time (in:wrong/negative + cron: time +ive: correct).

inomniable [in’-om-ni-able] adjective – Not capable of all things (in: not + omni: all; of all things + able: capable of).


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M

malving [mal’-ving] verb – A living thing that is evil or bad (mal: bad or evil).

monoambul [mo-no-am-bule’] verb – A lonely walk (mono: one + ambul: walk).


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O

overtacticide [oh-verr-takt’-eh-side] verb – Overkilling something by touching it (over: a lot + tact: touch + cide: to kill).


P

pantoilemoulekphobia [pahn-toile-mou-lek’-phobia] adjective – To be scared of every moldy toilet (pan: every or all + toile: bowl/toilet + mele: grub, dirty + muck: wetness, slipperiness + moulen: to grow mold + phobia: fear, scared).

potenchronfernandomin [po-ten’-cr-on-fern-and-o-min] verb & noun – To be confident about time and to be the master of it (poten: power + chron: time + domin: master).

prebellint [pre’-bell-int] adjective – A person before a war (pre: before + belli: war + int: a person).


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R

remalsake [re’-mal-sake] verb – To make a bad mistake again (re: again + mal: bad + err: mistake).


S

soncrypto [san-kri’-to] noun – a sound secret/puzzle (son: sound + crypto: secret/puzzle).

superoid [su’-per-ȯid] noun – Something that is above, over, beyond anything else; adjective – above, over, and beyond like (super:  above, over, beyond + oid:  resembling or like).


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Inspired by the 6th Grade Crazy Dictionary found here!

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