What new words and terms have made it into the Oxford English Dictionary?

Did you know that the Oxford English Dictionary is updated four times a year? It happens every March, June, September and December. You can even go online to public.oed.com to see previous updates from 2000 to June of 2016. And if you're on the quest for even more knowledge about how they hunker down over in England to choose you can read all about it at theguardian.com.

A post on the public.oed site states:

The material added to the dictionary includes revised versions of existing entries (which replace the older versions), and new words and senses both within the alphabetical sequence of revised entries and also across the whole A to Z range.

For a full list of the new entries click on public.oed.com

As you search through to see what words and terms you bandy about on a daily basis that have made the score, I have to share my own, because after all - YOLO!

Mine, in no particular order are: Squee, Biatch, Fuhgeddaboudit, Yogalates, Moobs, Kegerator, Scrumdiddlyumptious, Non- apology, and Shopaholism.

God, I love 'Merica

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