etymythology noun a false etymology that has come to be widely known and so is generally believed
You’ve written that this misunderstanding, or maybe a better term for it is ‘evolution’ of what Black Friday really means actually falls into the wider category of something know as etymythology […] so what is an etymythology?
[radioboston.wbur.org (US issues and ideas talk radio program) 22 Nov 2012]
faitheist noun an atheist who is nevertheless understanding and tolerant of religions and religious people
Salon runs an excerpt of the book, Faitheist: How an Atheist Found Common Ground With the Religious, in which the author explores atheist fundamentalism
[news.silobreaker.com 22 Oct 2012]
gran-lit noun literature that appeals to older women
Simultaneously Quercus launched Thursdays in the Park as an e-book. No one was paying much attention to the Kindle audience for gran-lit.
[www.guardian.co.uk 11 Nov 2012]
2 thoughts on “New words – 8 April 2013”
You seem to be missing the first i in Faitheist…
It appears that both forms are currently used, but ‘faitheist’ seems more common, so I’ve changed it. Many thanks for the feedback!