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neology (n.)

"innovation in language," 1793, from French néologie, from neo- "new" (see neo-) + -logie (see -logy). Related: Neologist (1785); neologize. Neologian (1825) was used especially of "one who introduces needless innovations in language or thought," especially in theology.

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Definitions of neology

neology (n.)
a newly invented word or phrase;
Synonyms: neologism / coinage
neology (n.)
the act of inventing a word or phrase;
Synonyms: neologism / coinage
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