New words – 26 December 2016

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Broga™ noun [U] UK ˈbrəʊ.gə US ˈbroʊ.gə
a type of yoga designed to appeal to men

Men who crave the benefits of yoga, but recoil at sharing the experience with a room full of women are turning to Broga, a rugged take on the 3,000-year-old practice of movement and breath.
[www.reuters.com 27.04.2015]

AFOL noun [C] UK eɪ.ˌef.əʊ.’el US eɪ.ˌef.oʊ.’el
abbreviation for adult fan of Lego™: an adult who enjoys building models from Lego™

Chrys B. of Heathcote, Australia had an interest in LEGO in her early teens but endured a Dark Age that lasted a number of decades until she discovered the Star Wars LEGO range. It was after attending Brickvention 2012 that she decided she really was an AFOL.
[www.thebrickroomblog.com August 2016]

droneboarding noun [U] UK ‘drəʊn.bɔːd.ɪŋ US droʊn.bɔːrd.ɪŋ
the activity or sport of moving over snow standing on a snowboard and being pulled by a drone

Droneboarding is the newly developed practice of using a drone to drag around someone on a snowboard. [A] video filmed in late January shows a standard-sized human being dragged around on a snowboard by a very large drone.
[www.yahoo.com 03.02.2016]

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  4. So the droneboarding is actually moving over snow. How about moving over water like surfing. Maybe in future, the drone could pull the surfer who is standing on a surf board. So can we call it dronesurfing? Quite interesting and maybe we need to wait before that kind of drone being released on the market

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