So, me and a family friend are trying to make a new word in the English language (which I will late incorporate into my constructed language). The word is 'dacorite'.
The brief history behind it is on he was using an iTAP function on his phone where it would try to guess the word he was typing as he typed. Somehow, when he was trying to get, 'favorite', it gave him, 'dacorite'. *shrugs* Don't ask me. We looked it up on The Free Dictionary
, found nothing, Googled it
, found nothing, and decided to make up a new word in the English language with it.
In the noun form, a 'dacorite' is an incorrect word that comes up in place of the intended word. For example, if you're using a device that tries to guess what you are typing, and the word it guesses is incorrect, that is a dacorite. Or, if you intended to say one word but what you got was another, that is a dacorite. For example, the word on Hillary Clinton's "reset" button with Russia
was a dacorite.
In the verb form, to dacorite means to say or give the incorrect and completely unrelated word to what you intended. i.e. many people dacorite when talking with an extraordinarily beautiful person that is way out of their league. To dacorite something is to mislabel something in a way that makes no sense. For example, Hillary Clinton dacorited that button like whoa.
In the adjective form, something that's dacorite is incorrect from what is intended, usually words but can be anything. For example, the word on that button to Russia was dacorite.
In adverb form, to do something dacoritely means to do incorrectly of what you intended. For example, people speak dacoritely when talking to the people of their dreams.
Please help us in our quest to make this a word by mentioning this as frequently as you can, writing out it, and using it like it has always been a word and defining it for people in a way that makes it sound as such.
Hopefully, we will one day have enough hits and uses of the word to warrant an entry on Wikipedia. From there, we can get on The Free Dictionary, and then onward to Oxford
Spread the word! (Literally!)