“Truth” is Top Word of the Year 2017 by The Global Language Monitor

  The Only Analysis for Global English Worldwide 18th annual analysis by the Global Language Monitor “Weinstein Effect” (and #MeToo) is the Top Phrase and Xi Jinping is the Top Name of 2017  Recently, The Global Language Monitor (GLM) announced that Truth is the Word of the Year for 2017. To See the Top Words, Phrases, and Names of 2017, …

And Finally the Top Global English Word of the Year 2016, and it’s not a word … But rather a Meme!

  The world of language in the Industrialized West reflected the turmoil undergoing much of the political systems throughout the Year 2016 and continuing into early 2017.  However, it would be a mistake to characterize 2016 as a year with the World, as a whole, in Turmoil.  After all, having one nation exiting the EU block …

Harvard Captures Top Politically (in)Correct Word of the Year Award

Global Language Monitor’s Ninth Biennial List of Top Politically (in)Correct Words for 2016 and 2015 “House Masters” No More Follows the lead of Los Angeles County Purchasing Department in 2004. Austin, Texas, 2016 — Harvard University captured the Top Politically (in)Correct Word of the Year Award in the Global Language Monitor’s Ninth Biennial List for 2016 and 2015. …

Microaggression is the Top Word of the Year for Global English 2015

Global Language Monitor’s 16th Annual Survey of Global English Documenting the year 2015 through English-language word usage Microagression is the Top Word, Donald J. Trump the Top Name, and Migrant Crisis the Top Phrase, of 2015.    ​  AUSTIN, Texas,  December 27, 2015  — Microaggression is the Top Word, Donald J. Trump the Top Name, and Migrant Crisis the …

Heart emoji anointed 2014’s word of the year — Daily Dot

Heart emoji anointed 2014’s word of the year AJ Dellinger— Jan 2, 2015 at 2:42PM | Last updated Dec 11, 2015 at 8:40AM Emojis <3 The Internet broke language in 2014. The Global Language Monitor (GLM) has awarded the heart emoji as the most popular word in the English language. “This is the first time an …

Obama as a Top Word of the Year

  Austin, TX December 5 2008 – In an election cycle known for its many twists and turns, another unexpected result pops up in calculating the Top Words of 2008.  According to the analysis performed by the Global Language Monitor’s (www.Languagemonitor.com), the word ‘change’ was the Top Word of 2008, followed by ‘bailout’ and ‘Obamamania’. …

Top Words for the First 15 Years of the 21st Century & What They Portend

                   Recently, The Global Language Monitor (GLM) announced that Truth is the Word of the Year for 2017. To See the Top Words, Phrases, and Names of 2017, click here A Brief Retrospective on the Nature of Truth and Why It Confuses Us So To Read How GLM’s Top Words of the Year Record …

Top Trending Words of the Year 2017 (Mid-year Update) — Tumultuous Words for Tempestuous Times

    The English language well represents the tumultuous and tempestuous world of today.   Excellent Question, Will …   August 2017, Austin, TEXAS, and NEW YORK (Update) — The Global Language Monitor (GLM) today announced the Top Trending Words of the Year (#WOTY) for 2017 (Mid-year Update). The final Top Words of 2017 will be announced on …

The Top Words of 2116, a Hundred Years Hence

The Top Words of the Year A.D. 2116 Attention: Embargoed until Tuesday, November 3, 2116. Call for exceptions. info@LanguageMonitor.com or 001 512 801-6823 Austin, Texas Federation, November 3, 2116 — The Galactic Language Monitor (GLM), which tracks global trends though the Big Data-based analysis of Global English, has recently completed its 116th annual global survey. These …

The Moment, Weaponize, Opioids; The Top Trending Words of 2018 for Global English

The Top Trending Words of 2018 for Global English The Moment, Weaponize, and OpIoids are The Top Trending Words of 2018 for Global English followed by North Korean Nukes, Woke, Family separation, Trade war, Fake news, Pyeong-Chang, and Represent     July 17, 2018, Austin, Texas —  The Moment is the Top Trending Word of the Year (#WOTY) for 2018, in the latest global analysis by the Global …

Flashback! Top Buzzwords of 2008 Presidential Campaign

  Bailout falls dramatically Experience and Gender Rise in Campaign Buzzword List   ‘Change’ and ’Climate Change’ in a statistical tie for top position Austin, TX, USA October 21, 2008 – In an analysis completed just two weeks before the US Presidential Elections the Global Language Monitor has announced that Change and Climate Change remain in a statistical …

‘Truth’ is Top Word, ‘Weinstein Effect’ the Top Phrase and ‘Xi Jinping’ the Top Name in Global English for 2017

Summary:  “Since the turn of the century, the Global Language Monitor has been naming the words of global English that have had the most profound influence upon the language, the culture, and/or the world of the 21st century,” said Paul JJ Payack, President, and Chief Word Analyst. “GLM ‘s methodology, true to its Silicon Valley heritage, …

“All Things New York City” are the Top Fashion Buzzwords of 2014

The Seventh Annual Analysis by the Global Language Monitor   NEW YORK, September 12, 2014 – “All things New York” has been named the Top Fashion Buzzword for 201 4, in the Global Language Monitor’s seventh annual ranking.  Attitude, Reds, Underbut(t) and Visible Panty Lines (VPL) follow.  Boyfriend Jeans,  Side Boobs, The Kardashian Clan, Robe-style Coats, and Pastels follow. “All Things …

Truth: The Top Trending Global English Word for 2017 (#WOTY) June Update

  The Word Fake Rooted in Ethnic Slur Against Hindi and Muslim Holy Men  Harvard Takes the Top Politically (In)correct Word of the Year Award for replacing House Master with Faculty Dean   June 6, 2017 (Update) Austin, TEXAS, and NEW YORK — The Global Language Monitor (GLM) today announced that Truth is the Word of the Year for …

Microaggression is Top Word, Trump the Top Name, Migrant Crisis the Top Phrase for Worldwide English for 2015

Documenting the year 2015 through English-language word usage Global Language Monitor’s 16th Annual Survey of Global English   AUSTIN, Texas,  December 28, 2015  — Microaggression is the Top Word, Donald J. Trump the Top Name, and Migrant Crisis the Top Phrase, of 2015.  This is the 16th Annual survey of the English language by the Global Language Monitor. Microaggression is an …

Covfefe Now Validated as an English-language Word

Austin, Texas, June 6, 2017  — According to the Global Language Monitor, Covfefe has been validated as an English-language word.  This according to the methodology established early in the 21st century by GLM.  Earlier today, a simple Google search resulted in some 17,000,000 citations, with close to 500,000 news stories. Baidu, the Chinese ‘Google-equivalent’ also produced a cascading number of  Covfefe-related …