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gamtizen

gamtizen
 n.— «Gamtizen “Game” + “citizen.” Game players in virtual communities. Example: Once the Web site opens, we’re expecting visits by at least 15,000 gamtizens per hour.» —“The words of a new generation” by Ines Cho JoongAng Daily (Seoul, S. Korea) Jan. 18, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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