Yes, anyone who uses English can submit words for potential inclusion at WWW.COLLINSDICTIONARY.COM where you can win daily prizes
If the word is accepted, you, as the submitter, will be offered the chance to be permanently credited in the online dictionary below the words definition.
So, what word(s) would you submit?
Some of those already submitted include ..
Narf. It's not often that I revert to using slang words but when I get very excited about something I have been known to exclaim that it was narf good meaning it was really good.
Oops! Too late, it would seem that as well as standing for Native American Rights Foundation, a narf is a rare type of nymph/water faerie in M. Night Shyamalan's film Lady in The Water AND, according to the UnWords.com means ....
- The uncontrollable sound an idiot might make (Origin: Unknown)
- An exclamation emitted when one's brain farts and sound deploys (Origin: An infamous expression used by the unintelligent sidekick of "The Brain", Pinky, as seen in the popular cartoon spin-off from Amblin Entertainment's "Animaniacs")
And finally, the criteria for inclusion?
Frequency of use, number of sources and staying power. Evidence will be based on the publisher’s 4.5 billion-word database of language called the Collins Corpus, which takes words from a wide range of spoken and written English sources, including newspapers, radio and social media.