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The Millionth English Word. Noob!

Jaek

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Apr 14, 2009
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At the current rate new terms are being recognised by the Global Language Monitor, English will officially have its millionth word on June 10th. They count words once they have been used 250,000 times in the media which they monitor, and approaching its 250,000th mention is noob.

[url]http://www.languagemonitor.com/[/URL]

Millionth word.. poor Oxford English Dictionary. I wonder what the real word count would be if they don't could worlds like lightbulb as a word because both light and bulb have already been counted.