The largest and most trusted free online dictionary for learners of English , popularly known as the Oxford Dictionary Online (ODO) has been making headlines for accepting words that are widely used on the global system of interconnected computer networks popularly known as Internet as part of the English vocabulary, thereby officiating these words into the language. Just yesterday The Oxford English Dictionary added another internet slang to the dictionary.
Some of these “new words” can only be used within the context of or only on the Internet, while other existing words are now getting a new identity that carry alternate meanings, and hence, uses. The rising use of acronyms and abbreviations have also changed the way we use English.
Today, we are going to look at 25 of these new slang that are added to the dictionary from 2006 till date.
1. Selfie (2013)
selfie: according to oxford dictionary it is a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website
Origins: Self-portrait photography has existed for more than a century(21), but the popularity of selfies has only surged in recent years,for example you using a smartphone to take a photograph of yourself easily then upload and share such photographs on your various social media websites.
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2. OMG (2011)
OMG: (exclamation) used to express surprise, excitement, disbelief, etc. (verb)
Origins: Short for “Oh my god” / “Oh my goodness” / “Oh my gosh”, the popular abbreviation “OMG” was recorded in history in a letter of correspondence from ex-admiral John Fisher to former UK Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, back in 1917. Today, it is used heavily when expressing surprise, along with a handful of variations: omfg, zomg, and a lisp version ehmargerd.
3. al desko.(2015)’
al desko (adjective) : One definition centers on workers who toil at their desks, and grab a bite while others go out to lunch or eating at the desk.
origin : It’s sort of an ironic play on the phrase to eat ‘al fresco,’ for eating outdoors.
4. Derp (2013)
derp: (exclamation) according to oxford dictionary used as a substitute for speech regarded as meaningless or stupid, or to comment on a foolish or stupid action. for example : Not much point boycotting the company anymore if the reason for boycotting has gone away…derp.
Origins: The word “derp” was first uttered by South Park co-creator, Matt Stone who starred as himself in the comedy film, BASEketball in 1998. The South Park episode “The Succubus” also featured a character, Mr. Derp who goes around shouting “Derp!” every time he makes a fool of himself.
Nowadays , Derp is often used as placeholder for a character or an act (derping) that is not crucial to the story-telling, primarily in rage comics. Derp has plenty of facial expressions to depict the state of emotion the character has. Derp has a female counterpart named Derpina.
5. Unlike (2013)
unlike: (verb) according to oxford dictionary withdraw one”s liking or approval of (a web page or posting on a social media website that one has previously liked)
this is commonly used by everybody . for example : he sounded irritable, which was unlike him
Origins: The “like” button in Facebook has created a new meaning to the already existing word “unlike”. The button is already available on other social networking sites, Internet forums and websites, even before Facebook incorporated it, but there”s no doubt that Facebook was the one that promoted the feature to the world – so much so that most people who use the Internet now know what it means to “unlike” something which they had “like”d before.
6. Srsly (2013)
srsly: (adverb) short for seriously
example: as submodifier: it is a srsly cool bike
Origins: Due to the 160-char limitation imposed on text messages, and the 140-char limit imposed on microblogging sites, “seriously” had its vowels removed, giving us “srsly”. Today, despite the removal of such limitations with instant messaging services like WhatsApp and WeChat, the word still stuck because there were fewer letters to type out. Fun fact: it existed in the late 18th century in some manual on shorthand writing!
7. Tweet (2013)
Tweet: (noun) a posting or an update made on a popular social media website Twitter .
Origins: The Oxford English Dictionary officially included the “tweet” in June, bypassing their requirement for new words (and meanings) to be in use for a minimum of 10 years before they can even enter the dictionary. Still, the incredible fifty-fold jump of the usage of the word “tweet” from 2006 to 2012 seems to justify breaking that rule, no?
8. TL;DR (2013)
tl;dr: (acronym) short for “Too long; Didn’t read”
Origins: As with all things on the Internet, it is a sin to ramble on and on and on as the attention span of its users are fleeting at best. “tl; dr” is commonly used in online discussion forums to indicate that the post is just too wordy. True to its word, or letters, the phrase “too long; didn’t read” itself is shortened to a mere four letters.
9. FOMO (2013)
FOMO: (noun) anxiety that an exciting or interesting event may currently be happening elsewhere, often aroused by posts seen on a social media website
Origins: Nobody seems to know who first mouthed this acronym, but there’s no denying that the fear of missing out has been around even before online social networking was here – we simply called it “keeping up with the Joneses”.
10. GIF (2012)
GIF: (verb) a lossless format for image files that supports both animated and static images
Origins: Word of the year for 2012, GIF, which stands for Graphics Interchange Format, showcases animated images that go round in loops. GIF was created by Steve Wilhite at CompuServe in 1987 but it was only recently, and after years of debate, that the creator confirmed the pronunciation as “jif”.
11. Photobomb (2012)
photobomb: (verb) spoil a photograph of (a person or thing) by unexpectedly appearing in the camera’s field of view as the picture is taken, typically as a prank or practical joke (Source)
Origins: Photobombing had its roots back when The Beatles were the biggest thing on the planet (circa 1970s). However, when photography did the transition from analog to digital, coupled with the proliferation of uploaded photos to photo-sharing sites online, photobombing has since become a tradition.
12. woot (2012)
woot: (exclamation) (especially in electronic communication) used to express elation, enthusiasm, or triumph (Source)
Origins: Normally spelled w00t, with two zeros, the exclamation is popular in forums and among gamers. There are many theories related to its origin, but none can lay claim to be the true original. Find out what the prevalent theories are in a relatively serious attemp to identify its roots, here.
13. Inbox (2012)
inbox: (verb) send a private message or an email to (someone, typically another member of a social networking website or Internet message board)(Source)
Origins: If you think that inbox existed back when emails were ganing popularity, you would be half right. Back then, however, it was more of a noun than a verb. As of 2012 though, the word can also be referred to as a verb as well. “Inbox me” is essentially a “send me a private message” request, althougth we now have an even shorter version for that: PM.
14. Sext (2011)
sext: (verb) send (someone) sexually explicit photographs or messages via mobile phone (Source)
Origins: A combination of the word “sex” and “texting”, the idea of sending lewd messages or photos via mobile phones took flight when MMS overtook SMS as the way to communicate through mobile.
15. Twerk (2013)
twerk: according to oxford dictonary , dance to popular music in a sexually provocative manner involving thrusting hip movements and a low, squatting stance. for example : just wait till they catch their daughters twerking to this song
Origins: Twerk could had been adapted from the word “work” (“werk”), since dancers are often told to “work it”. The extra “t” at the front could have been added to mean twist or twitch.
16. LOL (2011)
LOL: according to oxford dictionary laughing out loud; laugh out loud (used chiefly in electronic communication to draw attention to a joke or amusing statement, or to express amusement) (abbreviation). it also mean lot of love.
Origins: Heavily used during the early years of the Internet (early 1990s), LOL compensated for the ambiguity of textual communication. Used in a fashion familiar to emoticons, now it has inserted itself into daily conversations via text in emails, chat groups, text messaging and social networking sites.
17. Noob (2009)
noob: (noun) a person who is inexperienced in a particular sphere or activity, especially computing or the use of the Internet (Source)
Origins: Normally spelled as “n00b” with two zeros, the word came from “newb” or “newbie” which refers to someone who is just starting out in the use of the Net. Fun fact, it almost became the millionth word of he English language in 2009, a title that went to “Web 2.0” instead.
18. Hashtag (2009)
hashtag: (noun)according to oxford dictionary a word or phrase preceded by a hash sign (#), used on social media sites such as Twitter , facebook and instagram to identify messages on a specific topic
Origins: Although the hashtag is not invented online, it has certainly been redefined for use, online. Many sources have pointed to open-source advocate Chris Messina (aka “FactoryJoe”) who started the ball rolling by suggesting the use of hashtag in a simple tweet.
19. Unfriend (2009)
unfriend: (verb) remove (someone) from a list of friends or contacts on a social networking website (Source)
Origins: Like the word “unlike”, “unfriend” is the opposite of “friend”-ing someone, where you’d add someone to your list of contacts or social network friends. Unlike the word “unlike” however, “unfriend” was crowned word of the year back in 2009, the year Facebook was expanding exponentially.
20. Troll (2006)
troll: (verb) make a deliberately offensive or provocative online posting with the aim of upsetting someone or eliciting an angry response from them (Source)
Origins: Trolls were used to describe ugly dwarfs or giants back in the 1600s, but in modern English describes a method of fishing where one carefully drags a fishing line with a baited hook through the water to lure his catch. In many ways, this is similar to how some people online provoke or aggravate others via offensive or irrelevant postings, in an attempt to evoke an emotional response. Ever since, the word “troll” is used to describe the act of trying to wreak havoc in online discussions.
21. Phablet (2013)
phablet(Noun) : According to oxford dictionary a smartphone having a screen which is intermediate in size between that of a typical smartphone and a tablet computer. for example a 3.5 inch screen is inadequate in a market that is trending towards phablets
Origins: A phablet refers to something between a phone and a tablet, characterised by the screen size of between 5 and 7 inches (See Samsung Galaxy Note). Although the first phone-tablet hybrid is arguably the AT&T EO 440 from 1993, the term “phablet” was only introduced in the 2010s.
Australian for “person who is socially prominent or displays social aspirations.”
Term for a style of soccer play “involving highly accurate short passing and an emphasis on retaining possession of the ball.”this is commonly used by the spanish football giant Fc Barcelona
“Tomorrow,” which has way too many syllables, obvs.
The rising use of acronyms and abbreviations have also changed the way we use English. let expect more internet slang in the dictionary very soon.In case you have any other slang apart from those listed above, feel free to let us know , by using our comment box below.
How Rwanda is spurring a generation of women in technology
Rwanda is renowned as a pioneer for gender equality,In 2020, it was the only African country ranked in the top 10 of the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report.
It ranked in the top four in the Report’s political empowerment category, in recognition of the high proportion of Rwandese women lawmakers and ministers.
The country, therefore, seemed a natural fit for a 2018 pilot program of the African Development Bank’s Coding for Employment initiative, with Nigeria, Kenya, Côte d’Ivoire, and Senegal.
The Coding for Employment flagship program is establishing 130 ICT centers for excellence in Africa, training 234,000 youths for employability and entrepreneurship to create over 9 million jobs.
Hendrina C. Doroba, Manager in the Education, Human Capital and Employment Division at the Bank, explains how Rwanda is empowering women in technology.
How has the government of Rwanda enabled women to pursue careers in technology, and STEM in general?
The government of Rwanda has been a foremost champion of women in ICT and in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (also known as STEM), by driving initiatives like the establishment of the Carnegie Mellon University-Africa campus, for which the Bank provided funding. Students from 17 different countries pursue highly specialized ICT skills at the Africa campus.
The country also hosts the African Institute of Mathematics (AIMS) which is now recruiting balanced cohorts of women and men. Lastly, the Bank-funded University of Rwanda College of Science and Technology has for many years produced women leaders in the ICT sector in Rwanda and globally.
Rwanda’s government also supports initiatives such as the Miss Geek Rwanda competition, an initiative of Girls in ICT Rwanda, which aims to encourage school-age girls, even those in remote areas, to develop innovative tech or business ideas and to generally immerse themselves in ICT. The Miss Geek initiative has now been rolled out in other countries in the region.
What role has the Bank played in supporting Rwanda’s digital strategy, especially in relation to women?
The strategy of the Bank’s Coding for Employment center of excellence in Rwanda has been to join forces with the Rwanda Coding Academy through a grant agreement to support the school’s activities, like ICT equipment, teacher training and career orientation. The Rwanda Coding Academy started in January 2019 and has so far enrolled one cohort, which is now going into their second year.
Besides the Rwanda Coding Academy, the Bank’s Coding for Employment program held a two-day masterclass for girls and young women entrepreneurs at the 2018 Youth Conneckt summit, where over 200 beneficiaries were trained in using digital tools to amplify their businesses. The session was attended by women entrepreneurs as well as students from girl schools in Kigali, including those from White Dove School, which is an all-girl school fully dedicated to training in ICT. The masterclass culminated into a pitching exercises from various groups who presented their ideas to a panel of judges.
What lessons can other African countries learn from Rwanda’s approach to the 4IR, in particular the role of women?
The government of Rwanda has been a trailblazer in using innovation to improve public services across the country using the e-governance platform Irembo, to bring government services closer to citizens. In addition, the government is driving national digital skilling campaigns by championing digital ambassador programs and platforms such as Smart Africa, which has organized the annual Transform Africa summit since 2013.
Still, gender equality remains a concern, and gender gaps are evident even in schools. Rwanda’s ambitions extend to piloting the Kigali Innovation City, also Bank-funded, to serve as the country’s knowledge and innovation hub by attracting new businesses and incubating ideas. At the same time, the country has created a business environment which is pro-entrepreneurship and welcomes global inventors to test their ideas and concepts. Zipline, a company which uses drones to deliver medical supplies in remote areas, is one example.
Lastly, Rwanda promotes women leaders in the ICT and innovation sector. The country’s Minister of ICT and Innovation is a woman, as is the CEO of the Irembo platform. Appointments such as these are helping to dispel the myth that women are not as capable as men in ICT.
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15 Best Tech Quotes that Dominated the year 2018
Cheerful new year to you all, Today being the first day in the year 2019, We bring to you, best tech quotes that shape the year 2018. Most tech lovers from around the world tag the just concluded year, 2018, as the year of surprises, From Mark Zuckerberg’s declaration in Congress, attempting to clarify the goals and what Facebook is all about to Brian Acton, asserting how he sold is users’ privacy to a bigger advantage.
According to the report collated by wired.com, Below are the tech quotes that shaped the year 2018.
1. “The red line is miles behind us now. It’s no longer in sight.”
—Helen O’Neill, Crispr expert, after the first Crispr’d babies were born. November 29
3. “Avoid at ALL COSTS any mention or implication of AI. Weaponized AI is probably one of the most sensitized topics of AI—if not THE most. This is red meat to the media to find all ways to damage Google.”
—Fei Fei Li, an AI pioneer at Google, in an email to colleagues about the company’s controversial work on a Defense Department initiative called Project Maven. Published May 30
4. “I live with a beginner’s mind. I didn’t realize two weeks ago I was going to buy Time.”
—Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce and now the owner ofTime. September 17
5. “I would rather spend time with the people that are 100 percent aligned with what I want to do and the person that’s most aligned with what I want to do is me.”
—Chamath Palihapitiya, CEO of Social Capital, explaining the turmoil at his firm. September 20
6. “Nothing is ever real until he sends the tweet.”
—A member of the Trump administration, natch. November 13
7. (tie) “Senator, we run ads.”
—Mark Zuckerberg, in congressional testimony, explaining what the company actually does. The phrase quickly became a punchline at Facebook. April 10
8. “Congressman, iPhone is made by a different company.”
—Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, explaining why he can’t explain notifications on a device made by Apple. December 11
9. “While all pharmaceutical treatments have side effects, racism is not a known side effect of any Sanofi medication.”
10. “We are now facing not just a technological crisis but a philosophical crisis.”
—Yuval Noah Harari, surely the most-read author in Silicon Valley, in conversation with Tristan Harris, surely one of the most influential voices of the past year. October 4
11. “I sold my users’ privacy to a larger benefit. I made a choice and a compromise. And I live with that every day.”
—Brian Acton, founder of WhatsApp, on his regrets. September 26
12. “A sense of open-ended mystery in reality and in life is absolutely core to being a good scientist or a good technologist or, for that matter, a good writer, a good artist, or just a good human being.”
—Jaron Lanier, the creator of VR, and now one of the philosophers of the industry. October 14
13. “How long is the wait usually to, um, be seated?”
—Google’s AI-powered Duplex, in a jaw-dropping demonstration of just how far voice-recognition has come. May 8
14. “He was that kind of guy. You know, an asshole. But a really gifted one. Our asshole, I guess.”
—A coworker at Google about Anthony Levandowski, the controversial self-driving car engineer. Published October 22
As we anticipate so abounding predicted surprises that should dominate the tech industry this new year 2019, Let us know if you any suggestion or quotes that you think should have been added to the above list. Once again, Happy New year.