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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the 2015-10-18 issue of the New York Times (2015-10-18).

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  1. bardo
    • 2015, Jon Pareles, Laurie Anderson Is Telling Stories, Hers and Ours[1]:
      In “Heart of a Dog,” Ms. Anderson’s voice-over tells a string of converging stories amid images that can be documentary or nearly abstract: cellphone videos; surveillance footage; home movies old and new; skies and seascapes; and Ms. Anderson’s charcoal drawings of the bardo, the Tibetan Buddhist name for the 49-day transition between death and rebirth.
  2. busiate
    • 2015, Paul Greenberg, In Sicily, Tasting Seafood With a Skeptical Son[2]:
      Also appreciated was a hearty portion of busiate, a long local noodle curled in on itself, served with Trapani’s signature garlic, tomato and almond pesto.
  3. epitaffio
    • 2015, Corinna Da Fonseca-Wollheim, What’s That Sound? It’s Tough to Tell[3]:
      And the strange vocal sounds in which Mr. Gavett and his ensemble, Ekmeles, specialize resonate at a visceral level because they are drawn from a universal stock of human utterances made involuntarily, or in extreme circumstances. Mr. Gavett cites the example of “void – un delitto italiano, un epitaffio ,” a work by Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf that dramatizes the murder of Pier Paolo Pasolini.
  4. kargyraa
    • 2015, Corinna Da Fonseca-Wollheim, What’s That Sound? It’s Tough to Tell[4]:
      Mastery of throat-singing techniques like sygyt and kargyraa, the first an overtone-saturated whistling style, the second a deep, droning growl, are no longer the exclusive province of Mongolian tribesmen.
  5. microfactories
    • 2015, Claire Martin, Silver Crystal’s Strategy to Reach the Fan for All Seasons[5]:
      During a game, fans could walk into a stadium store and have their favorite player’s name, or their own name or nickname, pressed onto a team jersey using the microfactories.
  6. minihorse
    • 2015, Jane Smiley, My Horse Country[6]:
      The pony carrying the older child (about 7) was faster, but the dark bay minihorse, maybe 36 inches at the shoulder, was all business, carrying his 4-year-old jockey (who posted beautifully) straight down the course to win by a length.
  7. palimpsestuous
    • 2015, Blake Gopnik, Rachel Rose, Driven by Distraction, Heads to the Whitney[7]:
      Depending on the time of day and the weather, her audience’s gaze will be forever shifting between her projection’s remote visions of space exploration and the real cityscape glimpsed beyond them – as palimpsestuous as any art could get.
  8. spherified
    • 2015, Nicholas Gill, In Panama City, a Restaurant That Lives Up to Its Name[8]:
      Soon, a series of small plates came out, including shredded duck on a basil leaf paired with spherified passion fruit, and squash purée with con-colon, the crunchy rice from the bottom of the pan.
  9. subsidivision
    • 2015, The Editorial Board, Ending the Cycle of Racial Isolation[9]:
      The subsidivision managers have also focused on helping children who live in the development.
  10. werewolfathon
    • 2015, Neil Genzlinger, A Werewolfathon at Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theater[10]:
      The Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theater always has fun around Halloween , and this time it’s offering a werewolfathon.


The following words were identified as probable typos: hygge, meshugas, sygyt, upperclass, verdot