New words – 16 July 2012July 16, 2012
Bame abbreviation black, asian and minority ethnic group
‘If you leave university and you are ‘Bame’, you are still more likely to be unemployed a year on,’ said Kerr.
[The Guardian (UK broadsheet) 16 March 2012]
biphobia noun extreme dislike of and prejudice against bisexual people
Dr Gerada is a GP in Vauxhall, which has the largest gay community in London outside of Soho. She warned that homophobia and biphobia persist.
[GP (UK trade magazine) 29 Feb 2012]
dox verb to release harmful information about a person or company, as a form of online protest
2 other people ‘doxed’ him before us. One of them was some whitehat group, and if you read their dox the only thing they got right was the name.
[http://news.softpedia.com 15 March 2012]
PDA abbreviation public display of affection
We simply can’t get enough of this delightful couple, and here they are rewarding our adoration with a full-blown PDA.
[Grazia (UK fashion magazine) 23 Jan 2012]