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pseudo-anglicism (plural pseudo-anglicisms)
- A word in a language other than English that has an English appearance but is not current in English itself. This may be, for example, because the word was borrowed from a neologism that never entered English common use, or because it was independently derived from an English word, or because it was deliberately coined to resemble English.
word with an English appearance that is not current in English
- pseudo-anglicism on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- wasei-eigo on Wikipedia.Wikipedia