[Pseudo]Neologisms

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A collation of words and phrases, used for the first time (to the best of my knowledge), in my blogs.
I also happen to discover a lot of etymological dead ends when writing. They are not technically neologisms and shall be followed by an indicator (PN). in this log to indicate the same. However, whatever I include here is something that my editor rejects with the red squigglies (like squigglies (the actual word is squiggles)) and I still wish to use that word to honestly portray how my mind tries articulating my thoughts. These shall be named as “PseudoNeologisms” - first used by me circa 2022-03-25 Fri 18:39.
Moreover, If I’m going to build my own set of vocabulary and the way I talk in these blogs, I’d like to represent phrasal abstractions (that’s really just “phrases”: I’m definitely a gnomenphomaniac) conveniently: they shall also be logged in here and will be indicated by a (ABR).

ÆFRAISK

Noun:
The Ever-Inquiring
æfre : "ever"/"always" from Old-English[^2]
aisku : "ask" from Proto-West-Germanic
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Neosociosophy

Noun:
- the dynamic (and novel) wisdom of and about the crowds 
- complements the static insight gained by observing them over a
long period of time
- is a societal function rather than simply an attribute
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Unexperienced

Adjective:
 - inexperienced refers to the lack of experiences of the one
 experiencing stuff but unexperienced refers to a particular
 experience not being experienced by the one experiencing stuff.
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FIOAN (ABR)

Phrasal Noun:
- First Instance Of A Neologism
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AAIN (ABR)

Phrasal Noun:
- An Already Initialized Neologism
- a handy footnote to highlight if a neologism is already initialized
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Conscient (PN)

Adjective:
- a latin etymological dead end
- is obsolete and has a contemporary : conscious
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Gnomenphomania

Noun:
- The unnecessary urge to name novel abstractions
- One's proneness for the same increases with 
  increasing desire to sound extremely unfamiliar
- eg: That wannabe-esotericist is such a gnomenphomaniac
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Undigress

Verb:
- Un ~ digress, De ~ digress ...
- "But, I digress" is quite a mouthful ...
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Staticity

Noun:
- refers to the static nature of an entity
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Closure (Theory of Agnostic Perspectivism (TAP))

Noun:
- refers to one's epistemological closure whenever used
in the context of "The Theory of Agnostic Perspectivism"
Elaboration:
- Further segregated into:
1. The Primal Closure
 - all black boxes need to be first derived from the basic
 senses and the brain, before being accessible for further deductions
 - eg: a pencil's lead leaves impressions on a paper when one applies
 enough pressure
2. The Augmented Closure
 - Augments the primal closure by allowing the usage of societally
 well-established black boxes (need not be primally observable, yet)
 - eg: a pencil's lead is made of graphite which is what is
 responsible for the impressions
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Abstractualize

Verb:
- I personally use this when conveying the philosophical essence
of a canonically graspable (usually tangible/ material) entity
Usage:
- "The Abstractualized"
	- first observed in the post: "6 months of Emacs"
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Nudgement

Noun:
- The act of nudging
Usage:
- "with insignificant active nudgement"
	- first observed in the post: "On Normalcy"
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Organicity

Noun:
- the extent to which an entity seems to be organic
Usage:
- "for organicity"
	- first observed in the post: "On Normalcy"
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