The New Oxford Dictionary of English published on Thursday is packed with weird and wonderful new words.
Phrases like 'lovely jubbly' and 'muppet' have made it into the new edition
Many of the 3,000 new additions have been taken from a range of sources, including comics, newspapers, TV scripts, novels, the web, and scholarly journals.
Only a small percentage of the total considered make it into the dictionary, as the more ephemeral and poorly evidenced words are put on the back burner, possibly to be included next time.
The influence of popular culture and the information revolution has played a huge part in the creation of many new words or new uses for old words.
Try our quiz to see just how much of the modern lingo you understand and how up-to-date your vocabulary really is.