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Words that were added to the oxford dictionary (OED) from the internet


1. Bhel Puri
This is a very famous Indian street food. No one exists who has not had it and not liked it.[mass noun] An Indian dish of puffed rice, onions, spices, and hot chutney. And also some sev!Bhel Puri, Pani puri

2. Arey Yaar
Yes!!! We are proud owners of this word J
Arey yaar kaiku aisa karre tum logaan???
Meaning: Indian
A friendly form of address.
‘chuck me a cigarette, yaar’
‘‘Arré please yaar, why harass an old man?’’

3. Keema
Hyderabad ka paradise mein, Kheema Roti masth rehta, Maloom??
For those who don’t know this, read its definition.
[mass noun] Minced meat 

4. Papad
Called Appadam in telugu. Idi lenidi maaku mudda digadu. 😛
Meaning in OED :
‘a superb meal of fresh fish, vegetables, dal, papads, and rice’

5. Selfie
This was added to the oxford dictionary in 2013 whose meaning need not be explained to people who created it.

6. Unlike
Facebook’s like button changed the meaning of unlike in the dictionary. Here is how it is in the dictionary.
(verb) withdraw one”s liking or approval of (a web page or posting on a social media website that one has previously liked)

7. Srsly
Due to immense use of shortcuts, this has been added to the dictionary as,
(adverb) short for seriously

8. Photobombed
This was added in 2012. It says,
spoil a photograph of (a person or thing) by unexpectedly appearing in the camera’s field of view as the picture is taken, typically as a prank or practical joke

9. OMG
OMG this is unbelievable.
used to express surprise, excitement, disbelief, etc.

10. LOL
Do not LOL now.
LOL: laughing out loud; laugh out loud (used chiefly in electronic communication to draw attention to a joke or amusing statement, or to express amusement) (abbreviation)

11. Unfriend
Facebook is such an inventor.
unfriend: (verb) remove (someone) from a list of friends or contacts on a social networking website

12. Troll
Trolls were used to describe ugly dwarfs or giants back in the 1600s. but now,  the word “troll” is used to describe the act of trying to wreak havoc in online discussions.
Hence the definition became,
troll: (verb) make a deliberately offensive or provocative online posting with the aim of upsetting someone or eliciting an angry response from them

13. Google
This very famous search engine has got into oxford dictionary.
Meaning : Search for information about (someone or something) on the Internet using the search engine Google.

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