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Colorao

Colorao  n.— «A bonus for those interested in linguistics is a glossary comparing the region’s Spanish to “standard” Spanish. Garcia compares the usage of such words as murre/muy (very), probe/pobre (poor) as well as the many...

probe

probe  n.— «A bonus for those interested in linguistics is a glossary comparing the region’s Spanish to “standard” Spanish. Garcia compares the usage of such words as murre/muy (very), probe/pobre (poor) as well as the many...

murre

murre  n.— «A bonus for those interested in linguistics is a glossary comparing the region’s Spanish to “standard” Spanish. Garcia compares the usage of such words as murre/muy (very), probe/pobre (poor) as well as the many...

two-spirited

two-spirited adj. homosexual, transgendered, or transsexual. Etymological Note: Claimed to be derived from Native American usage. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

meeting

meeting  n.— «In addition, other loan terms such as the Konglish term meeting (meaning a blind date) can be introduced in appropriate English usage contexts.» —“Speaking in Tongues: Chinglish, Japlish and Konglish” by David...

de facto

de facto  n.— «One’s unmarried partner is referred to as the de facto husband or wife by some authorities. This has passed into Australian casual usage, in contrast to other English-speaking countries, as the slang term defacto to refer to...