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Protologism is a term coined in 2003 by the American literary theorist Mikhail Epstein in reference to a word coined, by an individual or a small group, that has not yet been published independently of the coiner(s). The word may be proposed, may be extremely new, or may not be established outside a very limited group of people. A protologism becomes a neologism as soon as it appears in published press, on a website, or in a book, independently of the coiner. A word whose developmental stage is between that of a protologism (freshly coined) and a neologism (a new word) is a prelogism.

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  1. D

    New bies mga popz pa welcome from capiz

    morning sa lahat pa welcome from capiz
  2. R

    Closed New bie

    Hi New here
  3. P

    New Bie

    hello sa lahat bago po ako dito sana WELCOME po ako :LOL:
  4. X

    "NEWBie"

    Sa larangan ng Pag-ibig walang mamimintis.
  5. M

    newbie here

    good eve mga bossing dyan baguhan lang po sa furom nyo sana marami akong matutunan dito
  6. Y

    hello

    im new here, take care of me ^_^
  7. R

    Newbie

    welcome to me to this forum. sana marami dun ako matutunan at mashare dito. Thanks.
  8. N

    Me my self and i

    hi.,im ninio from cloocan .,looking for someone n mi alam sa mga tricks jeje specailly sa om

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