FIVE (19) = y box (a Web3 electricity phrase) and SEVEN (10) = co-fox, a possible nonce word
Eighty Polish children and adolescents aged from 6 to 18 participated in a nonce word
inflection experiment testing their productivity with the two genitive masculine endings, -a and -u, and their sensitivity to the distributional and semantic factors determining the choice of ending.
Nankov's nonce word
"naiponiakoga"--something like "once-in-a-blew moon" or "twice-upon-a-time"--adumbrates a playful temporality, which does not exist but should have existed, because it is the domain of his tales in Nai-poniakoga.
I remember a person living in Edinburgh once humorously coined a word Edinburghian [**], which is a good example of nonce word
While the gloss may be no more than a nonce word
, an imitative one at that, there is enough etymological support to admit the form as conceivably a rendering of the belling of a stag.
e (as in pet) e ea ae a eo o et ue ei bedspread aesthetic Demerara enfeoff encrimsoned estaminet pedagoguette (a nonce word
for a school-mistress) Seignette (a 17th century French chemist)
Four cognitive factors potentially influencing the perception of Spanish stress placement are examined experimentally through a nonce word
perception task, and the results are considered from the perspective of their implications for a psychological model of perception.
DETATED a nonce word
in the joky expression 'his capa was detated', that is, he was decapitated.
If a child produced a real word instead of a nonce word
, it was excluded from analysis.
ORNATE - PLAIN stoutened OUTSET - END unsewed USED > - NEW > modistry MOIST > - DRY > idromancers (hydromancers) SCORN - ADMIRE faillers (failures) RISE - FALL lowned (calmed) OLD - NEW gassier SAG - RISE savonettes (soap balls) VETO - ASSENT trampolines STAPLE - MINOR panderesses (female procurers) SPARSE - DENSE persuades SPARE - USED plumosite (a mineral) POUT - SMILE crowlings (a nonce word
in OED) SCOWL - GRIN gimballs SMALL - BIG multilayers SILLY - MATURE harllotts (harlots) SHORT - TALL </pre> <p>In ChDSA, CALM is listed as an antonym for 70+ words including anxious, boisterous, cross, distraught, excitable, frenetic, gusty, hysterical, incense, jittery, livid, madden, nervous, obstreperous, pandemonium, restless, storm, tense, uptight, vex and wild.
Eddington repeated Aske's nonce word
test with -Vn-final made-up nouns in AML.
How to do (even more) things with nonce words
(other than naming).