lexidiem
 n.— «Lexidiem. n. sing. lek-si’-dee-im. (preferred) lek-si-dee’-im (altern. accepted) 1. Word of the day. [Modern American English, from Greek lexis (word) and Latin diem (day), reflecting the hodgepodge of international roots that make up Modern American English words].» —“Idea: Lexidiem, the word of the day” by Davie Friedman Ironic Sans May 31, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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