neology

  1. a newly invented word or phrase
  2. the act of inventing a word or phrase

Neology

Ne·ol'o·gy noun [ Neo- + - logy : confer French néologie .] 1. The introduction of a new word, or of words or significations, into a language; as, the present nomenclature of chemistry is a remarkable instance of neology . 2. A new doctrine; esp. (Th...
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neology

1. The introduction of a new word, or of words or significations, into a language; as, the present nomenclature of chemistry is a remarkable instance of neology. ... 2. <study> A new doctrine; especially. A doctrine at variance with the received interpretation of revealed truth; a new method of theological interpretation; rationalism. ... Ori...
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Neology

• (n.) A new doctrine; esp. (Theol.), a doctrine at variance with the received interpretation of revealed truth; a new method of theological interpretation; rationalism. • (n.) The introduction of a new word, or of words or significations, into a language; as, the present nomenclature of chemistry is a remarkable instance of neology. &bul...
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Neology

(from the article `Lutheranism`) ...the use of reason but emphasized the primacy of revelation, Lutheran theology subordinated revelation and declared reason to be the key to ...
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neology

neology 1. The introduction of a new word, or of words or significations, into a language; such as, the present nomenclature of chemistry is a remarkable instance of neology. 2. A new doctrine; especially, a doctrine at variance with the received interpretation of revealed truth; a new method of theological interpretation; rationalism.
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Neology

Literally, the introduction of new words or new meanings. In theology the neologist is the heretic who introduces a new doctrine. In the latter sense, the rationalist was called a neologist by the traditional theologian. -- V.F.
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Neology

==General Usage== Neology or Neologism, is an expression most frequently associated with the coining of new words, from the Greek root (Neo-: new, and Logos-: the word). This practice may be compared with other less mentally intensive, although sometimes computationally intensive forms of wordplay such as anagrams and acrostics, as well as fully d...
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neology

practice of coining new words; neologism
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