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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Internet, from inter and network 41698
2 Microsoft, from microcomputer and software 34817
3 Bollywood, from Bombay and Hollywood 10992
4 Sony, from sonus (Latin for sound) and sonny (slang for youngster) 9538
5 Accenture, from accent and future (accent on the future) 3836
6 Debian, from founder Ian Murdock and his wife Debra 3654
7 Mattel, from founders names Harold "Matt" Matson and Elliot Handler 1723
8 Compaq, from compatibility and quality 1511
9 CONMEBOL, from Confederación Sudamericana de Fútbol (Spanish for "South American Football Confederation") 1417
10 Waitrose, from founders' names Wallace Waite and Arthur Rose 970
11 Oxbridge, from Oxford and Cambridge 901
12 Bootylicious, from booty and delicious - a title of a Destiny\'s Child song 626
13 Orgasmatron, from orgasm and electron(ic) -]], from Woody Allen's Sleeper 490
14 Edexcel, from educational and excellence 476
15 Policenauts, from police and astronaut 392
16 CONELRAD 178
17 Jazzercise, from jazz and exercise 175
18 Mitel, from founders names Michael Cowpland and Terry Matthews and Lawnmowers after the company's original business plan 110
19 Beurgeois, from beur and bourgeois 99
20 Sexplosion!, from sexual and explosion (a TKK album) 7
21 Dasey, from Derek and Casey, for an alleged, theoretical or "fanfictional" romantic relationship between Derek Venturi and Casey McDonald, the two main characters on the television series Life with Derek. 5
22 soundscape, from sound and landscape < 5
23 mockumentary, from mock and documentary < 5
24 sysop, from system and operator < 5
25 netiquette, from (Inter)net and etiquette (similarly, wikiquette) < 5
26 Verizon, from veritas (Latin for truth) and horizon < 5
27 infomercial, from information and commercial < 5
28 webisode, from Worldwide Web and episode < 5
29 biopic, from biographical and motion picture < 5
30 mantastic, from man and fantastic < 5
31 Republicrat or Demopublican, from Republican and Democrat (or vice versa) < 5
32 Palmolive, from palm and olive < 5
33 Intel, from integrated and electronics < 5
34 thermistor, from thermal and resistor < 5
35 backronym, from back and acronym < 5
36 chortle, from chuckle and snort (coined by Lewis Carroll) < 5
37 tangelo, from tangerine and pomelo < 5
38 smark, from smart and mark - professional wrestling slang for fans who recognize the scripted nature of the business, but still enjoy the in-ring entertainment < 5
39 faction, from fact and fiction < 5
40 moped, from motor and pedal < 5
41 threatmantic, from threatening and romantic, used to describe threatening love notes < 5
42 pixel, from picture and element < 5
43 edutainment, from education and entertainment < 5
44 dancersize, from dance and circumcise, coined in jest on Fry and Laurie < 5
45 dramedy, from drama and comedy < 5
46 scanlation, from scan and translation, used for unofficial internet-distributed translations of manga < 5
47 webcast, from Worldwide Web and broadcast < 5
48 procrasturbate, from procrastinate and masturbate. < 5
49 cineplex, from cinema and complex (building) < 5
50 brunch, from breakfast and lunch < 5
51 ecoteur, from ecological and saboteur < 5
52 fantabulous, from fantastic and fabulous < 5
53 turducken, from turkey, duck, and chicken < 5
54 britcom, from British and comedy (see also: sitcom) < 5
55 sacrilicious, from sacrilege and delicious, used by Homer Simpson < 5
56 dramality, from drama and reality television (coined by Mark Burnett to describe his television series Survivor) < 5
57 spamdexing, from spam and indexing < 5
58 Quostimate, from Quote and estimate, firmer than an estimate but not a solid quotation < 5
59 Diamat, from Dialectical Materialism < 5
60 terrist, from Terra and terrorism < 5
61 Carborundum (original manufacturer of the abrasive, carborundum), from carbon and corundum. < 5
62 frenemy, from friend and enemy < 5
63 boxercise, from boxing and exercise < 5
64 infotainment, from information and entertainment < 5
65 netizen, from (Inter)net and citizen < 5
66 smog, from smoke and fog < 5
67 sexiled, from sex and exile (when two people platonically share a living space and one requires room for sexual activity the other is effectively sexiled) < 5
68 pizzone (food), from pizza and calzone (popularized by Pizza Hut) < 5
69 voxel, from volume and pixel < 5
70 radome, from radar and dome < 5
71 ASCIIbetical, from ASCII and alphabetical < 5
72 liger, from lion and tiger < 5
73 pornado, from pornography and tornado (the unwanted swarm of pop-ups that can arrive while surfing porn) < 5
74 sexploitation, from sex and exploitation < 5
75 spork, from spoon and fork < 5
76 hasbian, from has been and lesbian < 5
77 sitcom, from situation and comedy (related(?): SITCOM as acronym, meaning 'Single Income, Two Children, Oppressive Mortgage') < 5
78 dubtitle, from dub and subtitle, for subtitles transcribed]], from dubbed soundtrack, especially in anime < 5
79 stagflation, from stagnation and inflation < 5
80 foon, from fork and spoon (see spork, below) < 5
81 shockumentary, from documentary and shock < 5
82 alphanumeric, from alphabetic and numeric < 5
83 malware, from malicious and software < 5
84 docudrama, from documentary and drama < 5
85 sexpert, from sex and expert (refers mainly to people who give advice about sex and sexually matters) < 5
86 grue, from green and blue (see bleen, above) < 5
87 knowledgebase, from knowledge and database < 5
88 modem, from modulator and demodulator < 5
89 napalm, from naphthene and palmitate < 5
90 sporgery, from spam and forgery < 5
91 Kripkenstein, from Kripke and Wittgenstein, coined to describe a philosophical position that Kripke argued one could read into Wittgenstein's work, but which neither he nor Wittgenstein accepted. < 5
92 mobisode, from mobile (phone) and episode < 5
93 automagic(al), from automatic and magic(al) < 5
94 advertainment, from advertising and entertainment < 5
95 rockumentary, from rock and documentary (also mockumentary, from mock and documentary) < 5
96 yestergay, from yesterday and gay < 5
97 smudgemate, from smudge and estimate < 5
98 beefalo, from beef and buffalo < 5
99 zeedonk, from zebra and donkey < 5
100 machinima, from machine and cinema < 5
101 laddic, from ladder and attic < 5
102 smaze, from smoke and haze < 5
103 sexcellent, from sex and excellent < 5
104 squiggle, from squirm and wiggle < 5
105 docusoap, from documentary and soap opera (serialised drama) < 5
106 Black To My Roots (a play), from black and "back to my roots" < 5
107 gaydar, from gay and radar < 5
108 anacronym, from anachronism and acronym < 5
109 geep, from goat and sheep < 5
110 skort, from skirt and short (as in short pants) < 5
111 digerati, from digital and literati < 5
112 posistor, from positive and thermistor < 5
113 twigloo, from twig and igloo < 5
114 advertorial, from advertising and editorial < 5
115 multiplex, from multiple and cineplex! - this word has a different meaning in telecommunications < 5
116 fraudience, from fraud and audience < 5
117 meld, from melt and weld < 5
118 newscast, from news and broadcast < 5
119 bromance, from bro and romance < 5
120 ebonics, from ebony and phonics < 5
121 avionics, from aviation and electronics < 5
122 freeware, from free and software < 5
123 motel, from motor and hotel < 5
124 camcorder, from camera and recorder < 5
125 ginormous, from gigantic and enormous < 5
126 bit, from binary and digit < 5
127 sexting, from sex and texting < 5
128 carjack, from car and hijack < 5
129 mathercise, from mathematics and exercise, used by Mr. Morales to describe group aerobics involving shaping one's body into the specified equation. < 5
130 datacasting, from data and broadcasting < 5
131 guesstimate, from guess and estimate < 5
132 qubit, from quantum and bit < 5
133 arfé, from art and café < 5
134 transponder, from transmitter and responder < 5
135 shareware, from share and software < 5
136 mog, from man and dog (from the movie Spaceballs) < 5
137 prosumer, from either producer or professional and consumer < 5
138 affluenza, from affluence and influenza < 5
139 paratrooper, from parachute and trooper < 5
140 televangelist, from television and evangelist < 5
141 cryptex, from cryptology and codex < 5
142 frankenfood, from Frankenstein and food < 5
143 tigon, from tiger and lion < 5
144 dancercise, from dance and exercise < 5
145 cyborg, from cybernetic and organism < 5
146 teensploitation, from teen and exploitation < 5
147 breathalyzer, from breath and analyzer < 5
148 redox, from reduction and oxidation < 5
149 blaccent, from black and accent - used of non-blacks who try to sound black < 5
150 clueful, portmanteau of clue and full and used as the opposite of clueless; cf. hopeful hopeless pairing. < 5
151 chavtastic, from chav and fanstastic (meaning, 'having many characteristics of a chav', rather than a 'fantastic chav') < 5
152 vlog, from video and blog < 5
153 woon, from wooden and spoon (flat wooden things for eating dished ice cream) < 5
154 urinalysis, from urine and analysis < 5
155 mockney, from mock and Cockney < 5
156 streetball, from street and basketball < 5
157 blaxploitation, from black and exploitation < 5
158 skyjack, from sky and hijack < 5
159 bleen, from blue and green (coined by Nelson Goodman to illustrate Goodman\'s paradox) < 5
160 emoticon, from emotion and icon < 5
161 frankenword, from Frankenstein and word < 5
162 simulcasting, from simultaneous and broadcasting < 5
163 greenwash, from green and whitewash < 5
164 apronym, from appropriate and acronym < 5
165 newrun, from new and rerun - episode]], from a talk-show wherin old subjects are rehashed. < 5
166 toonie, from two and loonie < 5
167 digipeater, from digital and repeater < 5
168 cocacolonization, from Coca-Cola and colonization < 5
169 sexercise, from sex and exercise < 5
170 swaption, from swap and option < 5
171 codec, from coder and decoder < 5

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