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Concerning the Newspeak language


NEWSPEAK was the official language of Oceania and had been devised to meet the ideological needs of Ingsoc, or English Socialism. In the year 1984 there was not as yet anyone who used Newspeak as his sole means of communication, either in speech or writing. The leading articles in the Times were written in it, but this was a tour de force which could only be carried out by a specialist. It was expected that Newspeak would have finally superseded Oldspeak (or Standard English, as we should call it) by about the year 2050. Meanwhile it gained ground steadily, all Party members tending to use Newspeak words and grammatical constructions more and more in their everyday speech. The version in use in 1984, and embodied in the Ninth and Tenth Editions of the Newspeak Dictionary, was a provisional one, and contained many superfluous words and archaic formations which were due to be suppressed later. It is with the final, perfected version, as embodied in the Eleventh Edition of the Dictionary, that we are concerned here.

The purpose of Newspeak was not only to provide a medium of expression for the world-view and mental habits proper to the devotees of Ingsoc, but to make all other modes of thought impossible. It was intended that when Newspeak had been adopted once and for all and Oldspeak forgotten, a heretical thought—that is, a thought diverging from the principles of Ingsoc—should be literally unthinkable, at least so far as thought is dependent on words. Its vocabulary was so constructed as to give exact and often very subtle expression to every meaning that a Party member could properly wish to express, while excluding all other meanings and also the possibility of arriving at them by indirect methods. This was done partly by the invention of new words, but chiefly by eliminating undesirable words and by stripping such words as remained of unorthodox meanings, and so far as possible of all secondary meanings whatever. To give a single example. The word free still existed in Newspeak, but it could only be used in such statements as ‘This dog is free from lice’ or ‘This field is free from weeds’. It could not be used in its old sense of ‘ politically free’ or ‘intellectually free’ since political and intellectual freedom no longer existed even as concepts, and were therefore of necessity nameless. Quite apart from the suppression of definitely heretical words, reduction of vocabulary was regarded as an end in itself, and no word that could be dispensed with was allowed to survive. Newspeak was designed not to extend but to diminish the range of thought, and this purpose was indirectly assisted by cutting the choice of words down to a minimum.

Newspeak was founded on the English language as we now know it, though many Newspeak sentences, even when not containing newly-created words, would be barely intelligible to an English-speaker of our own day. Newspeak words were divided into three distinct classes, known as the A vocabulary, the B vocabulary (also called compound words), and the C vocabulary. It will be simpler to discuss each class separately, but the grammatical peculiarities of the language can be dealt with in the section devoted to the A vocabulary, since the same rules held good for all three categories.

Prefaces to the Newspeak Dictionary


Comrades! Inner Party Members! Leaders of Oceania!

The Revolution will never end. It's a truth that no Ingsoc member can deny. However, the complete transition to newspeak will be a major step towards the total annihilation of contra-revolutionary thought. The crimethinker of the future will be a lesser threat to the Party, as his crimethink merely may be a minor deviation from official Party doctrine. He will uncapable of envisioning a change of the system, only changes within the system. Thinkpol rehab, although equally stern and thorough, will only concern ideological trifles.

This foreword is the last remnant of oldspeak. The future Ingsoc member will not be able to comprehend the contents, neither semantically nor conceptually. As oldspeak goes extinct, so will oldthink. Thus, the future Party member will be a new man, not quite human in the oldthink meaning. Like a steaming locomotive of stainless steel, he won't be capable of going backward, only forward, maiming and killing everything that blocks his tracks - tracks that will lead the Party straight into the future.

Newspeak is the future and the future belongs to us.

    -Comrade Ingsoc Officer
Finally, the revolution is complete. Crimethink has become literally unpossible, as we have eliminated all unnecessary and heretical words. Freedom in the old sense can no longer exist. The Party has handed down a decree that all Party members must learn this language or be vaporised. It is a glorious day for IngSoc, and a day to be feared by our Eastasian enemies.

The beginning of this glorious process began in the 1900’s, shortly after the revolution and the establishment of IngSoc. It was all Big Brother’s idea, of course, to build a language that makes crimethink unpossible, and, after 100 years, we have finally carried out this most important decree of his. I can see him talking about the glory of this accomplishment on my telescreen right now.

With this, we no longer have to worry about crimethink; we may focus our efforts on defeating Eurasia. This most glorious achievement puts us one step closer to making sure BB will take his rightful place as ruler of the world, thanks to the efforts of those who worked to make this dictionary, and, of course, BB, without whom, none of these glorious achievements would be possible.

    -Comrade Acebrock
Table of Contents

Grammar of Newspeak
Numerical Grammar of Newspeak
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Appendix

P.S. I'd like to thank 2+2=5 (for helping with numerology and other grammar), Acebrock (for providing a preface), BB (for providing the NS Dictionary banner), and Ingsoc Officer (for providing a preface, and debating grammar).
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a or A 1. the first letter of Newspeak 2. Before words

absolute 1. complete value

abstain 1. refrain from goodsex

    abstainful 1. abstinence
accurate 1. precision

    accurateattack 1. a precision attack
ack 1. acknowledge

acronym 1. a word formed from the first letters of a group of words

act 1. a thing done

active 1. in operation

add 1. to cause an increase

address v. 1. location of one's home or flat

adjective 1. The part of speech that modifies a noun or other substantive by limiting, qualifying, or specifying and distinguished in English morphologically by one of several suffixes, such as -able, -ous, -er, and -est, or syntactically by position directly preceding a noun or nominal phrase (Or even "white" in "a white house")

administer 1. manage

adult 1. matured person

advance 1. to bring forward 2. to promote 3. to suggest

advantage 1. superiority

adverb 1. a word used to modify a verb, an adjective, or anothr adverb, by expressing time, place, manner, degree, etc (examples: so, very, rapidly)

affect 1. to have an effect; to influence

Africa 1. continent south of Europe

Africa Front 1. Oceanian South Africa

after 1. behind 2. later 3. in search of, etc

again 1. back into a former condition 2. once more

agenda 1. list of things to discuss

aggression 1. to advance Ingsoc 2. advances inimical to Ingsoc

ago 1. long ago; past; in the past

agree 1. to conform

agri/agri- 1. word/prefix suggesting agrarianism, farming

    agriarea 1. an agricultural region
Agriarea One 1. southeastern US

Agriarea Two 1. central US, northeastern US, Canadian land north of Maine

Agriarea Three 1. central Canada

ahead 1. in front

aid 1. help; assist (aidcloth)

aim 1. goal

air- 1. word/prefix air, operating in the air

    airattack 1. an aerial assault

    airbag 1. a balloon or zeppelin

    airbio 1. a bird

    airdrop 1. to supply by air

    airforce 1. branch of the military primarily concerned with aerial warfare

    airheight 1. altitude

    airlift 1. to gather supplies from land to air

    airmachine 1. an airplane

    airstrip 1. a strip of land used for plane landings
Airstrip One 1. Britain

Airstrip Two 1. Ireland

Airstrip Three 1. Iceland

Airstrip Four 1. Greenland

Airstrip Five 1. Australia

Airstrip Six 1. New Zealand

Airstrip Seven 1. Ceylon/Sri Lanka

alarm 1. to be startled 2. morning waking alarm

alert 1. military warning, i.e. Warfront Alert

all/all- 1. word/prefix- the whole quantity; wholly, entirely

    allforces 1. the military

    alletters 1. the alphabet
allow 1. permit

ally 1. foreign country in alliance with Oceania

almost 1. very nearly

    almostunopenwater 1. a body of water almost enclosed by land 2. isthmus
already 1. by or before the given or implied time

although 1. in spite of

always 1. at all times 2. continuously 3. at every time 4. in every instance

    alwaysattack 1. continuous warfare
am 1. First person singular present indicative of be

ambush 1. surprise attack

amid 1. in the middle of; among

ammo 1. bombs, rockets, gunpowder, etc.

    ammohouse 1. depot
among 1. surrounded by 2. in the group of

amount 1. a quantity

anchor 1. object used to make Floating Fortresses stationary

and 1. also; in addition 2. plus

angle 1. a sharp corner

animal 1. anything not a member of the Party, and anything not a plant, insect, fungus, bacteria, or protist 2. prole

another 1. one more; an additional 2. a different

answer 1. solution to a problem

Antarctic Frontier One 1. Chile, Tierra del Fuego

Antarctic Frontier Two 1. Argentina, Uruguay

Antarctica 1. southern-most continent

ante- prefix 1. before in time or place (anteadult, anteinfant, antenoon, antenow, anteyouth)

anthem 1. Party song 2. the song Oceania 'Tis For Thee

any 1. one, no matter which, more than two

    anyperson 1. anyone, regardless of sex
apart 1. aside 2. away in place or time 3. in or to pieces

apostrophe 1. a mark indicating: a. the possessive case b. certain plural forms

appear 1. to come into sight

appendage 1. an external organ or part

approach 1. to come closer

Arctic 1. northern area of the world; part of the disputed territories, contains the uppole (up/north+pole=uppole)

Arctic Frontier One 1. Quebec, Ontario, Newfoundland

Arctic Frontier Two 1. western Canada and Alaska

are 1. Second person singular and plural and first and third person plural present indicative of be

area 1. a region 2. measure of a surface 3. land

arm 1. upper limb of the body

    armhole 1. armpit

    armjoint 1. elbow
armament 1. all the military equipment of an aircraft, tank, Floating Fortress, etc

around 1. In close to all sides from all directions

arrange 1. to put in the correct order

arrest 1. to seize a thoughtcriminal or spy

art 1. abbreviation of artificial; unnatural, manmade

artillery 1. mounted guns

as 1. to the same extent or degree; equally 2. for instance 3. when taken into consideration in a specified relation or form

ask 1. to request

assembly 1. a production line in a factory

assign 1. designate

assimilate 1. to absorb and incorporate; digest 2. to make like or alike

asterisk 1. a starlike sign used to mark footnotes

astro/astro- 1. word/prefix, space

at 1.a. In or near the area occupied by; in or near the location of b. In or near the position of

Atlantic 1. ocean connecting Europe to North America and Africa to South America

Atlantic Frontier 1. Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay

atom 1. smallest unit of matter (atombomb, atomful)

    atombomb 1. atomic bomb

    atomful 1. atomic
atrocity 1. barbaric acts conducted by enemies of Ingsoc

attack 1. a military strike

attendance 1. people present

Australia 1. An island continent, southeast of Eurasia and west of South America

authority 1. officials of the Party

authorize 1. to permit

    authorize 1. to disallow
auto/auto- 1. word/prefix self, to do alone

avalanche 1. large mass of loosened snow or earth moving down a mountain

average 1. the result of dividing the sum of two or more quantities by the number of quantities

avoid 1. to keep away from

away 1. from a place
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b or B 1. second letter of Newspeak

BB 1. Big Brother

badge 1. Party emblem

bag 1. a flexible container

balance 1. instrument used to measure weight

ball 1. round object

banner 1. a cloth bearing Party slogans 2. a flag 3. a newspaper headline

bar 1. a long, narrow object

barbarism 1. an uningsoc ideology or society

bath 1. wash

be 1. First and third person singular past indicative was, (wz, wz; wz when unstressed)second person singular and plural and first and third person plural past indicative were, (wûr)past subjunctive were,past participle been, (bn)present participle be·ing, (bng)first person singular present indicative am, (m)second person singular and plural and first and third person plural present indicative are, (är)third person singular present indicative is, (z)present subjunctive be

because 1. For the reason that; since

become 1. To grow or come to be

bed 1. object slept upon

before 1. Earlier in time

behave 1. conduct oneself properly

belly 1. abdomen (bellyfeel)

bend 1. stretch

best 1. superior

between 1. In or through the position or interval separating

big 1. powerful, strong (Big Brother, bigvein, etc.)

billion 1. a counting of one thousand millions

bind 1. something which holds things together (binder)

bio/bio- 1. word/suffix living; alive (bioanalysis, unbioanalysis)

bite 1. to clamp both jaws

bitter 1. Having or being a taste that is sharp, acrid, and unpleasant

black 1. absolute dark (blackwhite)

bland 1. dull

blind 1. loss of sight

blood 1. The fluid consisting of plasma, blood cells, and platelets that is circulated by the heart through the vertebrate vascular system, carrying oxygen and nutrients to and waste materials away from all body tissues (blooding)

blue 1. The hue of that portion of the visible spectrum lying between green and indigo, evoked in the human observer by radiant energy with wavelengths of approximately 420 to 490 nanometers

body 1. The entire material or physical structure of an organism, especially of a human or animal b. The physical part of a person c. a corpse (bodycloth)

bomb 1. An explosive weapon detonated by impact, proximity to an object, a timing mechanism, or other means

bone 1. The dense, semirigid, porous, calcified connective tissue forming the major portion of the skeleton of most vertebrates. It consists of a dense organic matrix and an inorganic, mineral component

book 1. a group of documents

boot 1. cloth worn on feet

both 1. One and the other; relating to or being two in conjunction

bottle 1. A receptacle having a narrow neck, usually no handles, and a mouth that can be plugged, corked, or capped

bottom 1. farthest from the top

bounce 1. To rebound after having struck an object or a surface

bowl 1. deep dish

box 1. mostly unflexible container

bracket 1. either of two punctuation marks ([ or ]) used to enclose textual material

brake 1. A device for slowing or stopping motion, as of a vehicle, especially by contact friction

bread 1. A staple food made from flour or meal mixed with other dry and liquid ingredients, usually combined with a leavening agent, and kneaded, shaped into loaves, and baked

break 1. To cause to separate into pieces suddenly or violently; smash

bridge 1. causeway over a ravine or river

bring 1. To carry, convey, lead, or cause to go along to another place

brown 1. Any of a group of colors between red and yellow in hue that are medium to low in lightness and low to moderate in saturation

brush 1. object used to scrub surfaces

build 1. To form by combining materials or parts; construct (buildpart)

buoy 1. A float moored in water to mark a location, warn of danger, or indicate a navigational channel

busy 1. Engaged in activity, as work; occupied

but 1. On the contrary

buy 1. purchase

by 1. Close to; next to

bye 1. Used to express farewell
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c or C 1. third letter of Newspeak

cafe 1. an eating room

cage 1. an enclosure

calculate 1. make a mathematical calculation or computation

calculator 1. An electronic or mechanical device for the performance of mathematical computations

calendar 1. A table showing the months, weeks, and days in at least one specific year

call 1. summon

calm 1. Nearly or completely motionless; undisturbed (uncalm)

camp 1. A place where tents, huts, or other temporary shelters are set up, as by soldiers or criminals

canal 1. An artificial waterway or artificially improved river used for travel, shipping, or irrigation

Canal Zone One 1. Mexico, all of Central America west of the Panama Canal

Canal Zone Two 1. eastern Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana

capacity 1. maximum ability to contain

cape 1. A point or head of land projecting into a body of water

capital 1. A town or city that is the official seat of a province

car 1. a Party automobile

category 1. A specifically defined division in a system of classification; a class

cause 1. The producer of an effect, result, or consequence

cell 1. The smallest structural unit of an organism that is capable of independent functioning, consisting of one or more nuclei, cytoplasm, and various organelles, all surrounded by a semipermeable cell membrane

celsius 1. Of or relating to a temperature scale that registers the freezing point of water as 0° and the boiling point as 100° under normal atmospheric pressure

cent/cent- 1. prefix one hundredth 2. word one hundredth of a dollar

center 1. A point or place that is equally distant from the sides or outer boundaries of something; the middle

centimeter 1. one hundredth of a meter

chain 1. A connected, flexible series of links, typically of metal, used especially for holding objects together or restraining or for transmitting mechanical power

chance 1. The likelihood of something happening; possibility or probability

change 1. To cause to be different

chart 1. A sheet presenting information in the form of graphs or tables

check 1. verify

cheek 1. fleshy wall of the mouth

cheese 1. a dairy product provided in daily rations; often orange-yellow in appearance

chess 1. a game involving pieces patterned after Oceanian military ranks

chest 1. area above the belly and below the neck (chestbone, chestcloth)

chin 1. front of the lower jawbone

choco 1. sweet, brown strips supplied in weekly rations; chocolate

choice 1. A number or variety from which to choose

cigarette 1. a Victory Cigarette; rolled in paper and smoked

circle 1. Something, such as a ring, shaped like such a plane curve (circleisland)

cite 1. To quote as an authority or example

citizen 1. a member of Oceania

city 1. A center of population

clause 1. A group of words containing a subject and a predicate and forming part of a compound or complex sentence

clean 1. Free from dirt, stain, or impurities; unsoiled

cliff 1. A high, steep, or overhanging face of rock

clock 1. A time clock

cloth 1. material used for all-purpose wear

coarse 1. rough

coffee 1. Victory Coffee, a black drink

coin 1. currency in the shape of a circle, smaller than a dollar

collect 1. gather together

colon 1. A punctuation mark ( : ) used after a word introducing a quotation, an explanation, an example, or a series and often after the salutation of a letter

color 1. A substance, such as a dye, pigment, or paint, that imparts a hue

come 1. To reach a particular point in a series or as a result of orderly progression

comma 1. A punctuation mark ( , ) used to indicate a separation of ideas or of elements within the structure of a sentence

command 1. Order, instruction

comment 1. A written note intended as an explanation, illustration, or criticism of a passage in a book or other writing; an annotation

committee 1. A group of people officially delegated to perform a function, such as investigating, considering, reporting, or acting on a matter

common 1. shared by all or many

commune 1. group of citizens [Can cover "community"]

complex 1. not easily analyzed

comrade 1. A fellow member of the Party

confess 1. admit to thoughtcrime

conform 1. adapt to Party standards

consonant 1. A speech sound produced by a partial or complete obstruction of the air stream by any of various constrictions of the speech organs, such as (p), (f), (r), (w), and (h)

continent 1. One of the principal land masses of the earth: Africa, Antarctica, Australia, Eurasia, America

continue 1. To go on with a particular action or in a particular condition; persist

cook 1. To prepare (food) for eating by applying heat

copy 1. reproduction, transcript

cost 1. price

could 1. Used to indicate ability or permission in the past

country 1. nation

cover 1. To place something upon or over

cramp 1. muscle contraction

crime 1. A serious offense (crimeaid, crimer, crimestop, crimethink)

cry 1. weep

cup 1. A small open container, usually with a flat bottom and a handle, used for drinking

curfew 1. time at which Party members must return home and remain indoors
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d or D 1. fourth letter of Newspeak

daft 1. Mad; crazy

damage 1. Harm or injury to property or a person

data 1. information

date 1. Time stated in terms of the day, month, and year

day 1. The period of light between dawn and nightfall; the interval from sunrise to sunset

deaf 1. loss of hearing

Death-worship 1. The ideology of Eastasia; inhumane and inimical to Ingsoc

debate 1. to discuss Party ideology in detail

declare 1. To make known formally or officially

deep 1. Extending far downward below a surface

default 1. A situation or condition that obtains in the absence of active intervention

defense 1. thing protected

deft 1. Quick and skillful; adroit

degree 1. a unit of temperature

demonstation 1. an organized event by Party members to praise BB and the Party

denounce 1. to expose a crimethinker 2. to criticize non-Ingsoc ideologies

department 1. A distinct, usually specialized division of a large organization [Suggest rewrite to "dep"]

description 1. a detailing of something

detect 1. To discover or ascertain the existence, presence, or fact of

dictionary 1. collection of words

dig 1. excavate

divide 1. To subject (a number) to the process of division; To separate into parts, sections, groups, or branches

do 1. To perform or carry out

dollar 1. basic paper currency of Oceania

door 1. A movable structure used to close off an entrance, typically consisting of a panel that swings on hinges or that slides or rotates

dot 1. a single point [Can cover "period"]

double 1. twofold; used with "plus" to form "doubleplus", to express increase, greatness, etc. (doublethink, etc.)

doubleplus- prefix 1. Used to denote extreme or stressed importance greater than "plus-" (doubleplusgood, etc.)

dream 1. sequence of sensations passing through a sleeping person's mind

drink 1. To take into the mouth and swallow (a liquid)

dry 1. Free from liquid or moisture (dryland, etc.)

duckspeak 1. to utter words without conscious thought

dull 1. Arousing no interest or curiosity 2. blunt

during 1. Throughout the course or duration of

dust 1. Fine, dry particles of matter
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e or E 1. fifth letter of Newspeak

-es or -s 1. forming a plural

each 1. Being one of two or more considered individually; every

ear 1. organ of hearing (earsense, earsensemachine)

early 1. Of or occurring near the beginning of a given series, period of time, or course of events

Earth 1. the world

east 1. The cardinal point on the mariner's compass 90° clockwise from due north and directly opposite west

Eastasia 1. the country occupying eastern Asia

easy 1. Capable of being accomplished or acquired with ease; posing no difficulty

eat 1. To take into the body by the mouth for digestion or absorption

-ed suffix 1. used to indicate past-tense; preterite

edge 1. A thin, sharpened side, as of the blade of a cutting instrument

edit 1. to modify

edition 1. A version of an earlier publication having substantial changes or additions

effect 1. Something brought about by a cause or agent; a result

eight 1. The cardinal number equal to 7 + 1 (eightful, eightfulmonth)

either 1. one or the other

end 1. The point in time or space when an action, an event, or a phenomenon ceases or is completed; the conclusion

enemy 1. a person or society which opposes Ingsoc

enter 1. To come or go into

equal 1. Having the same quantity, measure, or value as another

equator 1. The imaginary great circle around the earth's surface, equidistant from the poles and perpendicular to the earth's axis of rotation. It divides the earth into the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere

-er suffix 1. Used to form the comparative degree of adjectives and adverbs, such as "darker" and "gooder"

err 1. a mistake

-est suffix 1. Used to form the superlative degree of adjectives and adverbs, such as "darkest" and "goodest"

Eurasia 1. the country occupying Europe and northern Asia 2. the continent encompassing Europe and Asia

evil 1. inimical to Ingsoc

exclamation 1. An abrupt, forceful utterance

eye 1. An organ of vision or of light sensitivity (eyesense, eyesensepaper, eyesenserec)
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f or F 1. sixth letter of Newspeak

face 1. The surface of the front of the head from the top of the forehead to the base of the chin and from ear to ear (facehair, etc.)

fact 1. Knowledge or information based on real occurrences

fall 1. To drop or come down freely under the influence of gravity

far 1. Most remote or distant

fast 1. to move quickly (unfast)

faze 1. drive away

fear 1. to be afraid

feed 1. entertainment

feel 1. to touch

female 1. girl, woman

fertile 1. rich in life 2. able to reproduce

few 1. Being more than one but indefinitely small in number

fic 1. An imaginative creation or a pretense that does not represent actuality but has been invented

field 1. plain, open land

fifty 1. The cardinal number equal to 49 + 1

file 1. to place (papers) in consecutive order for future reference

fill 1. To supply or provide to the fullest extent

find 1. To come upon or discover

finger 1. One of the five digits of the hand, especially one other than the thumb (fingerjoint, etc.)

finish 1. To arrive at or attain the end of

fire 1. A rapid, persistent chemical change that releases heat and light and is accompanied by flame, especially the exothermic oxidation of a combustible substance

fit 1. To be the proper size and shape for

five 1. the cardinal number equal to 4 + 1 (fiveful, fivefulmonth)

flag 1. A piece of cloth, usually rectangular, of distinctive color and design, used as a symbol, standard, signal, or emblem

flat 1. Having a horizontal surface without a slope, tilt, or curvature (flatland)

flower 1. A plant that is cultivated or appreciated for its blossoms

fold 1. To bend over or double up so that one part lies on another part

follow 1. To come or go after; proceed behind

food 1. Nourishment eaten in solid form

foot 1. The lower extremity of the vertebrate leg that is in direct contact with the ground in standing or walking (footcloth, footjoint, etc.)

for 1. Used to indicate the object, aim, or purpose of an action or activity

force 1. body of armed men, army

foreign 1. Located away from the country of Oceania

forty 1. The cardinal number equal to 39 + 1

forward 1. moving in front of one's self

four 1. The cardinal number equal to 3 + 1 (fourful, fourfulmonth, fourfulseason)

free 1. Not affected or restricted by a given condition or circumstance

Friday 1. The sixth day of the week

from 1. movement away

front 1. foremost part of anything 2. field of operations in contact with the enemy

frontier 1. borderland

fuel 1. Something consumed to produce energy

-ful suffix 1. Used to form an adjective

full 1. Containing all that is normal or possible (fullbelly, etc.)

futile 1. Having no useful result

future 1. something which is to come; to be
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g or G 1. seventh letter of Newspeak

gamble 1. a prole game involving betting

game 1. An activity providing entertainment or amusement (gamegroup)

geo/geo- 1. Word/suffix Earth

get 1. to obtain

give 1. To deliver

glen 1. valley

glory/glory- 1. Word/suffix Magnificence

go 1. To move or travel; proceed

goal 1. The purpose toward which an endeavor is directed; an objective

good 1. having the right or desirable quality (goodact, goodsex, goodthink, goodwise, etc.)

grain 1. A small, dry, one-seeded fruit of a cereal grass, having the fruit and the seed walls united

gram 1. A metric unit of mass equal to one thousandth (10-3) of a kilogram; small weight

grammar 1. The study of how words and their component parts combine to form sentences

graph 1. A diagram that exhibits a relationship, often functional, between two sets of numbers as a set of points having coordinates determined by the relationship; plot 2. A pictorial device, such as a pie chart or bar graph, used to illustrate quantitative relationships; chart

grass 1. Any of various plants having slender leaves characteristic of the grass family

gray 1. Of or relating to an achromatic color of any lightness between the extremes of black and white

green 1. The hue of that portion of the visible spectrum lying between yellow and blue, evoked in the human observer by radiant energy with wavelengths of approximately 490 to 570 nanometers; any of a group of colors that may vary in lightness and saturation and whose hue is that of the emerald or somewhat less yellow than that of growing grass; one of the additive or light primaries; one of the psychological primary hues

grid 1. Something resembling a framework of crisscrossed parallel bars, as in rigidity or organization

ground 1. foundation, ground, surface of the earth

group 1. An assemblage of persons or objects gathered or located together; an aggregation (groupspeak, groupthink)

grow 1. to flourish, develop, get bigger

gun 1. A weapon consisting of a metal tube from which a projectile is fired at high velocity into a relatively flat trajectory (gunammo, guntube, etc.)
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h or H 1. eighth letter of Newspeak

hail 1. To greet or acclaim enthusiastically

hair 1. Any of the cylindrical, keratinized, often pigmented filaments characteristically growing from the epidermis of a mammal (hairknife, etc.)

half 1. something divided

hand 1. The terminal part of the human arm located below the forearm, used for grasping and holding and consisting of the wrist, palm, four fingers, and an opposable thumb (handjoint, etc.)

hang 1. to put to death by hanging

happen 1. to take place; occur

hard 1. solid, firm, not soft (harded, etc.)

hate 1. To feel hostility or animosity towards enemies of Ingsoc

have 1. to possess

he pronoun 1. Used to refer to the man or boy previously mentioned or implied

head 1. top of the body (headorgan, etc.)

heal 1. make whole, sound and well

hear 1. To perceive (sound) by the ear

height 1. The distance from the base of something to the top (heightest, heightful, etc.)

hem 1. border

here 1. At or in this place or time

hero 1. A person noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed his or her life

hill 1. A well-defined natural elevation smaller than a mountain

hip 1. part of the body where pelvis and thigh join

hit 1. To come into contact with forcefully; strike

hold 1. To have and keep in one's grasp

horse 1. A large hoofed mammal (Equus caballus) having a short-haired coat, a long mane, and a long tail, domesticated since ancient times and used for riding and for drawing or carrying loads

hot 1. The sensation or perception of energy as warmth or heat

hour 1. one twenty-fourth of a day

house 1. a building

human 1. of or belonging to man

hundred 1. a counting of 100 (hundredyear, etc.)

hunt 1. to track down an enemy

hurt 1. damage, especially biological damage

hyphen 1. A punctuation mark (-) used between the parts of a compound word or name or between the syllables of a word, especially when divided at the end of a line of text
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i or I 1. ninth letter of Newspeak

I pronoun 1. Used to refer to oneself as speaker or writer

icon 1. image, figure, representation

ideology 1. Ingsoc, or the inimical systems of Death-worship and Neo-Bolshevism

if 1. In the event that

ill 1. sick

in 1. within

indent 1. To set (the first line of a paragraph, for example) in from the margin

India 1. territory in southern Asia; southern region belongs to Oceania, nothern region belongs to Eastasia

indigo 1. The hue of that portion of the visible spectrum lying between blue and violet, evoked in the human observer by radiant energy with wavelengths of approximately 420 to 450 nanometers; a dark blue to grayish purple blue

infant 1. child during earliest period of life

Ingsoc 1. the ideology of the Party/Oceania

inimical 1. to be opposed, hostile, unfriendly to Ingsoc

inner 1. Located or occurring farther inside (Inner Party, etc.)

into 1. To the inside or interior of

is 1. Third person singular present indicative of be

isle 1. A land mass, especially one smaller than a continent, entirely surrounded by water (islechain, etc.)

it pronoun 1. Used of a nonhuman entity; an animate being whose sex is unspecified, unknown, or irrelevant; a group of objects or individuals; an action; or an abstraction

italic 1. Of or being a style of printing type patterned on a Renaissance script with the letters slanting to the right

item 1. A single article or unit in a collection, enumeration, or series
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jerk 1. exercizes (jerkbar, jerkgame, etc.)

join 1. To put or bring together so as to make continuous or form a unit

joint 1. a part of a body where two bones meet and move in contact with one another

joy 1. feeling of pleasure and delight (joycamp, etc.)

July 1. The seventh month of the year in the Gregorian calendar

jump 1. leap

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knife 1. a sharp object used for cutting

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l or L 1. twelfth letter of Newspeak

lack 1. Deficiency or absence

land 1. ground, soil (landforce, landhole, landtake, etc.)

last 1. following all the others

laugh 1. To express certain emotions, especially mirth or delight, by a series of spontaneous, usually unarticulated sounds often accompanied by corresponding facial and bodily movements

lav 1. toilet

lead 1. guide

learn 1. to acquire knowledge

left 1. opposite of right

leg 1. lower limb of the body (legjoint, etc.)

length 1. The measurement of the extent of something along its greatest dimension

less 1. Consisting of a smaller number

letter 1. written symbol or character representing a speech sound and being a component of an alphabet

lie 1. an untruth

life 1. The characteristic state or condition of a living organism (lifestart, etc.)

lift 1. raise

light 1. brightness

lightning 1. An abrupt, discontinuous natural electric discharge in the atmosphere

like 1. having the same characteristics or qualities

limb 1. an appendage of an animal or plant, often jointed (limbtake, etc.)

line 1. A thin continuous mark (lineslant, etc.)

link 1. A unit in a connected series of units [Can cover "chain"]

lip 1. Either of two fleshy folds that surround the opening of the mouth

liquid 1. fluid

list 1. catalogue consisting of names, numbers, titles, etc., in a row or series

liter 1. A unit of volume equal to 1000 cubic centimeters or or 1 cubic decimeter

loch 1. an enclosed body of water

long 1. Extending or traveling a relatively great distance

look 1. To employ one's sight, especially in a given direction or on a given object

lost 1. No longer in the possession, care, or control of someone or something

lottery 1. a prole game involving gambling

love 1. An intense emotional attachment

loyal 1. obey
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machine 1. A device consisting of fixed and moving parts that modifies mechanical energy and transmits it in a more useful form

mail 1. a letter

make 1. to produce or manufacture by constructing, shaping, or forming

mal- prefix 1. bad, badly

male 1. boy, man

man 1. human being, person

many 1. Amounting to or consisting of a large indefinite number

map 1. a representation of the Earth's surface (mapbook, etc)

march 1. to stride in military fashion

mass 1. a large quantity, amount, or number 2. The physical volume or bulk of a solid body

massacre 1. slaughter of war criminals and enemies 2. atrocity committed against Oceanian citizens

match 1. stick for striking fire

material 1. The substance or substances out of which a thing is or can be made

max 1. capacity; greatest amount possible

me 1. pronoun the objective case of I

medal 1. a reward for merit, proficiency

meet 1. To come into the company or presence of

mem 1. The mental faculty of retaining and recalling past experience (memrep, etc)

mention 1. call to mind

merit 1. Superior quality or worth; excellence

metal 1. Any of a category of electropositive elements that usually have a shiny surface, are generally good conductors of heat and electricity, and can be melted or fused, hammered into thin sheets, or drawn into wires

meter 1. base unit of surface measurement

million 1. a counting of one thousand thousands

mine 1. An excavation in the earth from which ore or minerals can be extracted 2. An explosive device used to destroy enemy personnel, shipping, fortifications, or equipment, often placed in a concealed position and designed to be detonated by contact, proximity, or a time fuse

mini 1. one of four branches of government in Oceania

minimum 1. smallest amount possible

minute 1. sixtieth part of an hour

miss 1. fail to hit

moment 1. very brief portion of time, instant

Monday 1. first day of the week

money 1. currency

month 1. one-twelfth of a year

Moon 1. The natural satellite of Earth, visible by reflection of sunlight

morale 1. The state of the spirits of a person or group as exhibited by confidence, cheerfulness, discipline, and willingness to perform assigned tasks

more 1. A greater or additional quantity, number, degree, or amount

most 1. greatest number, amount, extent

motor 1. machine that supplies motive power

mount 1. A natural elevation of the earth's surface having considerable mass, generally steep sides, and a height greater than that of a hill

mouse 1. small rodent

mouth 1. opening between the chin and the nose (mouthjoint, mouthwind, etc.)

move 1. To change in position from one point to another

multiply 1. to increase exponentially

muscle 1. A tissue composed of fibers capable of contracting to effect bodily movement

must 1. have to

my 1. The possessive form of I; Used as a modifier before a noun
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nail 1. A slim, pointed piece of metal hammered into material as a fastener

name 1. A word or words by which an entity is designated and distinguished from others

narrow 1. Of small or limited width, especially in comparison with length

natural 1. present in or produced by nature

near 1. To, at, or within a short distance or interval in space or time

neck 1. The part of the body joining the head to the shoulders or trunk

need 1. A condition or situation in which something is required or wanted

neither 1. Not one or the other

new 1. a development of Ingsoc

news 1. Information about recent events or happenings reported by the Party

Newspeak 1. the language of Oceania

next 1. Immediately following; adjacent

nine 1. The cardinal number equal to 8 + 1 (nineful, ninefulmonth)

ninety 1. The cardinal number equal to 89 + 1

no 1. Used to express refusal, denial, disbelief, emphasis, or disagreement

none 1. No one; not one; nobody; not any; no part; not any

north 1. The cardinal point on the mariner's compass located at 0°

nose 1. The part of the human face or the forward part of the head of other vertebrates that contains the nostrils and organs of smell and forms the beginning of the respiratory tract (nosesense)

noun 1. The part of speech that is used to name a person, place, thing, quality, or action and can function as the subject or object of a verb, the object of a preposition, or an appositive

now 1. At the present time

numb 1. Deprived of the power to feel or move normally

number 1. A member of the set of positive integers; one of a series of symbols of unique meaning in a fixed order that can be derived by counting
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obey 1. to carry out orders

object 1. a thing that can be seen or touched

obstacle 1. something which stands in the way

occasion 1. an event, etc., which makes something else possible 2. a particular time or event

occupy 1. to take possession of enemy territory and dwell within it

ocean 1. an unenclosed body of water

Oceania 1. The country occupying the Americas, Australia, South Africa, India, and Britain

of 1. from; resulting from; being enamored of such properties

officer 1. one holding a position of authority

oft 1. frequently

old 1. a development before the Revolution (oldspeak, etc)

on 1. in contact with, supported by, or covering 2. into action or operation

one 1. being a single thing or unit (oneful, onefulmonth, onefulseason)

only 1. sole

open 1. not closed or blocked

oppose 1. resist

or 1. an alternative

order 1. class of medals involving authority

other 1. different or distinct from that or those implied

orthodox 1. to conform to Ingsoc

our 1. of, belonging to, or done by us

out 1. away or removed from a place

over 1. at, in, or to another position

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Pacific 1. Largest of the Earth's oceans, between Eastasia and the Americas

pan 1. a broad, shallow container used in cooking

paper 1. thin, flexible material used for writing

parade 1. organized military procession

paragraph 1. a distinct section of a writing, put on a new line and often indented

parenthesis 1. a word, clause, etc. added as an explanation or comment within a sentence

part 1. a portion, segment, etc. of a whole

Party 1. the guiding body of Oceania

pass 1. to go through

path 1. a passage for movement

patriot 1. One who loves, supports, and defends Oceania

patrol 1. The act of moving about an area especially by an authorized and trained person or group, for purposes of observation, inspection, or security

pax 1. peace

pay 1. money given for labor or services

pend 1. to await judgment or decision

peninsula 1. a land area almost surrounded by water

per 1. for each

percent 1. in, to, or for every hundred

perfect 1. flawless

period 1. dot marking end of a sentence

perm 1. Lasting or remaining without essential change

person 1. human being

pest 1. An annoying or deadly person or thing; a nuisance

petrol 1. gasoline

phone 1. A telephone

pick 1. To select from a group

piece 1. A thing considered as a unit or an element of a larger thing, quantity, or class; a portion

pig 1. Any of several mammals of the family Suidae, having short legs, cloven hooves, bristly hair, and a cartilaginous snout used for digging

pile 1. A quantity of objects stacked or thrown together in a heap

place 1. An area with definite or indefinite boundaries; a portion of space [verb form covered by "put"]

plan 1. A scheme, program, or method worked out beforehand for the accomplishment of an objective

plant 1. a living thing which generally uses sunlight for energy and often possesses some form of stems and leaves (plantskin)

plent 1. A full or completely adequate amount or supply

plural 1. more than one

plus- prefix 1. To denote greater amount or importance 2. orthodox (plusearsense, plusplent)

point 1. dot, particle

pol 1. police

post- prefix 1. after (postnoon)

pour 1. To make (a liquid or granular solid) stream or flow, as from a container

prac 1. to do, act, or perform habitually

praise 1. Expression of approval, commendation, or admiration

price 1. The amount as of money or goods, asked for or given in exchange for something else

prod 1. production (prodhouse)

prole 1. Non-Party member; proles are animals (proledrink)

promo 1. advancement in the Party

pull 1. To remove from a fixed position; extract

push 1. To apply pressure against for the purpose of moving

put 1. To place in a specified location; set
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q or Q 1. The seventeenth letter of Newspeak

quarter 1. being of 1 of 4 equal parts

queue 1. A line of waiting people or vehicles

quota 1. A proportional share, as of goods, assigned to a group or to each member of a group; an allotment

quote 1. To cite or refer to
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r or R 1. The eighteenth letter of Newspeak

race 1. contest of speed

radar 1. radio detecting and ranging

radio 1. wireless transmission with radio waves

rally 1. Party assembly

rank 1. military or social position

rat 1. fixed allowance of food

raw 1. uncooked

read 1. an act of reading

rear 1. hindmost part

rec 1. to record

rectify 1. fix

red 1. any of various colors resembling the color of blood; the primary color at one extreme end of the visible spectrum, an effect of light with a wavelength between 610 and 780 nm

remember 1. recall to mind

renew 1. to re-subscribe or otherwise redo again

rep 1. an account brought by one person to another

rest 1. rest, bed, intermission of labor, mental peace

return 1. to come back

right 1. opposite of left [morally correct covered by "goodthink" or "goodact"]

rock 1. stone

rocket 1. projectile (rocketbomb)

rod 1. a long staff

room 1. chamber within house (roomtop) [space covered by "space"]

round 1. like a wheel, circular

run 1. take flight
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s or S 1. The nineteenth letter of Newspeak

-s or -es 1. Forming a plural

sabotage 1. damage done to Party property by thoughtcriminals, spies, and foreign soldiers

saccharin 1. white crystalline compound used as a sugar substitute

sacrifice 1. the thing so surrendered or devoted

safe 1. not exposed to danger

salt 1. a crystalline compound, sodium chloride, NaCl, occurring as a mineral, a constituent of seawater, etc., and used for seasoning food, as a preservative, etc.

salute 1. to greet 2. show respect for the Party by crossing wrists over one's head

same 1. equal to

Saturday 1. the seventh day of the week

savage 1. reckless, ungovernable

save 1. to keep safe, intact, or unhurt; safeguard; preserve

say 1. to utter

scar 1. a mark left by a healed wound

school 1. place of instruction for children

score 1. the record of points or strokes made by the competitors in a game or match

season 1. a period of the year

second 1. one-sixtieth of a minute

see 1. to perceive with the eyes; look at

sell 1. to exchange an item for something else, or for money

semicolon 1. the punctuation mark (; ) used to indicate a major division in a sentence where a more distinct separation is felt between clauses or items on a list than is indicated by a comma, as between the two clauses of a compound sentence

send 1. to cause, permit, or enable to go

sense 1. faculty of perception

sentence 1. a grammatical unit of one or more words, bearing minimal syntactic relation to the words that precede or follow it, often preceded and followed in speech by pauses, having one of a small number of characteristic intonation patterns, and typically expressing an independent statement, question, request, command, etc.

seven 1. the number following six (sevenful, sevenfulmonth)

seventy 1. the number following sixty-nine

sex 1. intercourse between two people (sexcrime)

shape 1. the quality of a distinct object or body in having an external surface or outline of specific form or figure

she pronoun 1. Used to refer to the woman or girl previously mentioned or implied

shelf 1. a flat surface usually surrounded on most sides, used to store items

shift 1. a person's scheduled period of work, esp. the portion of the day scheduled as a day's work when a shop, service, office, or industry operates continuously during both the day and night

shore 1. land bordering a large body of water

shoot 1. an act of shooting

show 1. let be seen, put in sight, make known

side 1. one of the surfaces forming the outside of or bounding a thing

sit 1. to be seated

six 1. the number following five (sixful, sixfulmonth)

sixty 1. the number following fifty-nine

size 1. extent, amount, magnitude

skill 1. ability

skin 1. epidermis of a living animal or person (skingrow, skinsense, skinwater)

slogan 1. distinctive word or phrase

snow 1. frozen droplets of water

so 1. in the way or manner indicated, described, or implied

soldier 1. one who serves in the military (soldierhouse)

solid 1. firm, dense, compact

some 1. of a certain unspecified number, amount, degree, etc.

song 1. art of singing, a metrical composition adapted for singing

soon 1. immediately

south 1. opposite of north

space 1. an area, extent, expanse

speak 1. to speak

spell 1. write or say the letters of a word

square 1. containing four equal sides and right angles

stable 1. able to exist without difficulty

stair 1. flight of steps

start 1. to begin

stay 1. to remain

step 1. take a step 2. each flat surface comprising a stair

stop 1. to cease

store 1. place where goods are kept for sale

story 1. floor of a building 2. account of something

straight 1. direct, undeviating

strip 1. A long narrow region of land or body of water

strong 1. physically powerful

success 1. accomplishment of desired end

sun 1. the star of our solar system

Sunday 1. the first day of the week

syllable 1. an uninterrupted segment of speech consisting of a center of relatively great sonority with or without one or more accompanying sounds of relatively less sonority
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t or T 1. The twentieth letter of Newspeak

-ty 1. suffix representing "ten" in cardinal numbers

table 1. piece of furniture with the flat top and legs

take 1. obtain

tea 1. herbs brewed in hot water

teach 1. to instruct in knowledge

tele 1. visual display

tell 1. to mention

temperature 1. degree of heat or cold

ten 1. the cardinal number equal to 9 + 1 (tenful, tenfulmonth, tenonefulmonth, tentwofulmonth)

term 1. set or appointed period

text 1. wording of anything written

than 1. used to denote difference between different things

that 1. used to indicate a person, thing, idea, state, event, time, remark, etc., as pointed out or present, mentioned before, supposed to be understood, or by way of emphasis

the 1. used, esp. before a noun, with a specifying or particularizing effect, as opposed to the indefinite or generalizing force of the indefinite article a or an

their 1. a form of the possessive case of they used as an attributive adjective, before a noun

them 1. the objective case of they, used as a direct or indirect object

then 1. adverb of time

there 1. in or at that place

these 1. of multiple things

they 1. people in general

thick 1. dense

thing 1. entity, being, matter

think 1. conceive in the mind, think, consider, intend

this 1. pointing out a thing

those 1. plural of "this"

though 1. notwithstanding that

thousand 1. number meaning ten hundreds

three 1. The cardinal number equal to 2 + 1 (threeful, threefulmonth, threefulseason)

through 1. beyond

throw 1. to project, propel

Thursday 1. fifth day of the week

tie 1. equality between competitors 2. connection

tight 1. fitting closely

time 1. the system of those sequential relations that any event has to any other, as past, present, or future; indefinite and continuous duration regarded as that in which events succeed one another (timelength)

to 1. in the direction of; toward 2. before; until 3. used for expressing aim, purpose, or intention

tongue 1. organ of speech, taste, language (tonguesense)

tool 1. instrument, implement

total 1. entire, total

train 1. large machine of transportation which rides on tracks (trainbar)

traitor 1. one who has betrayed Oceania

trap 1. snare

trial 1. to sit in judgement over

trophy 1. prize

true 1. consistent with fact

try 1. to attempt

Tuesday 1. third day of the week

turn 1. revolve

twenty 1. the cardinal number equal to 19 + 1 (twentyful)

two 1. the cardinal number equal to 1 + 1 (twoful, twofulmonth, twofulseason)
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u or U 1. the twenty-first letter of Newspeak

un- 1. prefix of negation (unadd, unbest, unbigrock, uncover, unenter, unfertile, unfill, unfillbelly, unforward, unfront, unfrontbone, ungoodact, ungoodskinsense, ungoodthink, unheadhair, unheight, unhot, unlight, unlong, unlongdescription, unnatural, unopen, unpaxmachine, unsharp, unstrong, unsupport, unup, unvic, unwake, unwell)

understand 1. comprehend, grasp the idea of

undo 1. annul something that was done

unify 1. to make into one

up 1. upward

use 1. employ, practise
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v or V 1. the twenty-second letter of Newspeak

vapor 1. The state of matter distinguished from the solid and liquid states by relatively low density and viscosity, relatively great expansion and contraction with changes in pressure and temperature

vary 1. make different

vein 1. a blood vessel

verb 1. part of speech that expresses action or being

vic 1. to win (vicgin)

vocabulary 1. list of words with explanations

vowel 1. a speech sound produced without occluding, diverting, or obstructing the flow of air from the lungs
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w or W 1. The twenty-third letter of Newspeak

waist 1. part of the body around the hips

wake 1. to become awake

walk 1. act of walking

wall 1. side of a building

want 1. desire

was 1. to take place; happen; occur

wash 1. to bathe

water 1. a clear, tasteless, odorless, drinkable liquid (watermachine, watermachinegroup, waterpath, watersoldier)

we 1. used to denote oneself and another or others

wear 1. to clothe, put on

weather 1. the state of the atmosphere with respect to wind, temperature, cloudiness, moisture, pressure, etc.

wed 1. a wedding of a man and a woman

Wednesday 1. the fourth day of the week

week 1. a period of seven days

weight 1. the heaviness of something

well 1. in a satisfactory manner

went 1. past tense of go

were 1. a 2nd pers. sing. pt. indic., pl. pt. indic., and pt. subj. of be.

west 1. opposite of east

wet 1. moisturous (wetland)

what 1. used interrogatively as a request for specific information

wheel 1. a circular frame or disk arranged to revolve on an axis, as on or in vehicles or machinery (wheelbar)

when 1. under what circumstances

where 1. in or at what place or circumstance

which 1. what one

white 1. of the color of pure snow, of the margins of this page, etc.; reflecting nearly all the rays of sunlight or a similar light

who 1. which person

why 1. As an interjection of surprise or to call attention to a statement

wide 1. having considerable or great extent from side to side

will 1. wish or desire

wind 1. air in motion

wine 1. drink consumed by Inner Party members

wire 1. metal drawn out into a thread

-wise 1. affix forming an adverb

with 1. association with

word 1. a grouping of letters to form an idea (wordadd, wordopposite, wordunadd)

work 1. something done, deed, action, job

would 1. past-tense of will

write 1. to set down in writing (writeliquid, writer)
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y or Y 1. the twenty-fifth letter of Newspeak

year 1. possessing 365 days

yes 1. positive answer to a question or statement

yet 1. till now

you 1. the pronoun of the second person singular or plural, used of the person or persons being addressed, in the nominative or objective case

your 1. a form of the possessive case of you used as an attributive adjective

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Two proposals for new Newspeak words:

Groupthink

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Groupspeak.

Groupthink: the act of collectively conforming to the same mode of thinking.

Groupspeak: the act of collectively speaking the same thing.

Both are necessary in a Newspeak environment, as both words describe ultra-conformity: something valued by the Party.
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The grammar of Newspeak has two outstanding peculiarities. The first of these was an almost complete interchangeability between different parts of speech. Any word in the language (in principle this applied even to very abstract words such as if or when) could be used either as verb, noun, adjective, or adverb. Between the verb and noun form, when of the same root, there was never any variation, this rule of itself involving the destruction of many archaic forms. The word thought, for example, did not exist in Newspeak. Its place was taken by think, which did duty for both noun and verb. No etymological principle was involved here; in some cases it was the original noun that was chosen for retention, in other cases the verb. Even where a noun and a verb of kindred meanings were not etymologically connected, one or other of them was frequently suppressed. There was, for example, no such word as cut, its meaning being sufficiently covered by the noun-verb knife. Adjectives were formed by adding the suffix -ful to the noun verb, and adverbs by adding -wise. Thus, for example, speedful meant "rapid" and speedwise meant "quickly." Certain of our present-day adjectives, such as good, strong, big, black, soft, were retained, but their total number was very small. There was little need for them, since almost any adjectival meaning could be arrived at by adding -ful to a noun-verb. None of the now-existing adverbs was retained, except for a few already ending in -wise; the -wise termination was invariable. the word well, for example, was replaced by goodwise.

In addition, any word -- this again applied in principle to every word in the language -- could be negative by adding the affix un-, or could be strengthened by the affix plus-, or, for still greater emphasis doubleplus-. Thus, for example, uncold meant "warm" while pluscold and doublepluscold meant, respectively, "very cold" and "superlatively cold". It was also possible, as in present-day English, to modify the meaning of almost any word by prepositional affixes such as ante-, post-, up-, down-, etc. By such methods it was possible to bring about an enormous diminution of vocabulary. Given, for instance, the word good, there was no need for such a word as bad, since the required meaning was equally well --indeed better-- expressed by ungood. All that was necessary, in any case where two words formed a natural pair of opposites, was to decide which of them to suppress. Dark, for example, could be replaced by Unlight, or light by undark, according to preference.

The second distinguishing mark of Newspeak grammar was its regularity. Subject to a few exceptions which are mentioned below, all inflections followed the same rules. Thus in all verbs the preterite and the past participle were the same and ended in -ed. The preterite of steal was stealed, the preterite of think was thinked, and so on throughout the language, all such forms as swam, gave, brought, spoke, taken, etc., being abolished. All plurals were made by adding -s or -es as the case might be. The plurals of man, ox, life, were mans, oxes, lifes. Comparison of adjectives was invariably made by adding -er, -est (good, gooder, goodest), irregular forms and the more, most formation being suppressed.

The only classes of words that were still allowed to inflect irregularly were the pronouns, the relatives, the demonstrative adjectives, and the auxiliary verbs. All of these followed their ancient usage, except that whom had been scrapped as unnecessary, and the shall, should tenses had been dropped, all their uses being covered by will and would. There were also certain irregularities in word-formation arising out of the need for rapid and easy speech. A word which was difficult to utter, or was liable to be incorrectly heard, was held to be ipso facto a bad word: occasionally therefore, for the sake of euphony, extra letters were inserted into a word or an archaic formation was retained. But this need made itself felt chiefly in connexion with the B vocabulary. Why so great an importance was attached to ease of pronunciation will be made clear later in this essay.

Disclaimer***What follows is grammar I've invented, independent of Orwell***Disclaimer

In the example of the word "write", "writer" becomes a necessity, requiring an addition of -r or -er.

In the example of spring, it could easily be destroyed and replaced with onefulseason (oneful meaning first). By doing this, although the word becomes longer, the dictionary is shortened using my methodologies.
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My congratulations for bringing the Newspeak dictionary back to life.

I didn't even know you'd got as far as R... so when the rest of the letters are done, can we start kicking some of them out? Dancing
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Oldspeak: scissors
Newspeak: biknife (pl. biknifes) [However, knives is clearly easier to pronounce. Which rule should have presedence?]

(Considering Orwell's discussion: "Even where a noun and verb of kindred meaning were not etymologically connected, one or other of them was frequently suppressed. There was, for example, no such word as cut, its meaning being sufficiently covered by the noun-verb knife.")


What about bikni as a plural? While it's perilously close to "bikini", it is very easy to pronounce. Of course, if one is going to that sort of irregularity, biknives works just as well.

Also, I'm very concerned about the silent "k", especially because English people have a strange dislike for "silent" syllables like the "wh" in "where".
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Actually, why even make a distinction between a knife and a pair of scissors? Call everything with a blade (or two) a knife - or a "nife" even. Dulls down the mind perfectly.
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Post Posted: Thu 2007-02-01 19:59 Reply with quote
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Actually, why even make a distinction between a knife and a pair of scissors? Call everything with a blade (or two) a knife - or a "nife" even.

So as to escape confusion when Minitrue claims "the production of scissors has increased by 150%."

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Dulls down the mind perfectly.


Shouldn't that be blunts the mind perfectly? Wink
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My congratulations for bringing the Newspeak dictionary back to life.

I didn't even know you'd got as far as R... so when the rest of the letters are done, can we start kicking some of them out? Dancing


Yes. Every day I work on this, I come up with new ways to eliminate old words. Once the dictionary is done, I welcome input to destroy old words, or to come up with new ideologically-orthodox ones.
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One Of The Few wrote:
2+2=5 wrote:
Actually, why even make a distinction between a knife and a pair of scissors? Call everything with a blade (or two) a knife - or a "nife" even.

So as to escape confusion when Minitrue claims "the production of scissors has increased by 150%."

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2+2=5 wrote:
Dulls down the mind perfectly.


Shouldn't that be blunts the mind perfectly? Wink


I agree that the idea of a scissor shouldn't be destroyed, because calling everything with a blade a knife would indeed be confusing, i.e. "I want the knife" could mean knife or scissor, so which one?

I like IO's input, that a scissor should be called a superlative knife. So... instead of biknife (bi- doesn't exist in my Newspeak since it would necessitate its own word, which could easily be destroyed and replaced by another), how about I call a scissor a doubleknife?

Additionally...

Seasons, for example, are used using my principle of onefulseason (spring), instead of firstseason. Summer is twofulseason, fall/autumn is threefulseason, and winter is fourfulseason.

With my invention of extra grammar (for seasons, for example), I'm announcing the birth of Newspeak as a working language (once I finish the rest of the letters)! Very Happy
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Mephistopheles wrote:
One Of The Few wrote:
2+2=5 wrote:
Actually, why even make a distinction between a knife and a pair of scissors? Call everything with a blade (or two) a knife - or a "nife" even.

So as to escape confusion when Minitrue claims "the production of scissors has increased by 150%."

And-

2+2=5 wrote:
Dulls down the mind perfectly.


Shouldn't that be blunts the mind perfectly? Wink


I agree that the idea of a scissor shouldn't be destroyed, because calling everything with a blade a knife would indeed be confusing, i.e. "I want the knife" could mean knife or scissor, so which one?

I like IO's input, that a scissor should be called a superlative knife. So... instead of biknife (bi- doesn't exist in my Newspeak since it would necessitate its own word, which could easily be destroyed and replaced by another), how about I call a scissor a doubleknife?

Additionally...

Seasons, for example, are used using my principle of onefulseason (spring), instead of firstseason. Summer is twofulseason, fall/autumn is threefulseason, and winter is fourfulseason.

With my invention of extra grammar (for seasons, for example), I'm announcing the birth of Newspeak as a working language (once I finish the rest of the letters)! Very Happy
Once you're finished with the dictionary BB should make a whole forum where you're only allowed to talk in newspeak.
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Mehphisto wrote:
I like IO's input, that a scissor should be called a superlative knife. So... instead of biknife (bi- doesn't exist in my Newspeak since it would necessitate its own word, which could easily be destroyed and replaced by another), how about I call a scissor a doubleknife?

Additionally...

Seasons, for example, are used using my principle of onefulseason (spring), instead of firstseason. Summer is twofulseason, fall/autumn is threefulseason, and winter is fourfulseason.

With my invention of extra grammar (for seasons, for example), I'm announcing the birth of Newspeak as a working language (once I finish the rest of the letters)!


Great! Now we only have to learn how to speak it Exclamation Shouldn't be too difficult though, especially if there's not too many words to choose from.

I agree that doubleknife would be a suitable replacement for scissors.
Maybe you will succumb to my devilish idea once we get to a later edition of the Newspeak dictionary. I'm ahead of you all!!!! Muhahaha Twisted Evil (sorry...please ignore that)
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Disclaimer***The following represents my and 2+2=5's invention of Newspeak grammar, not Orwell's***Disclaimer

With ten base numbers: one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, and ten, we can create the words "first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenth" by adding -ful to the base number; for example, to form the word "first", we add -ful to one, getting "oneful". To create "tenth", we do the same to ten, getting "tenful". To get "eleven", we put ten in front of one, creating "tenone". To get nineteen, we create "tennine". To get eighty-four, we create "eightyfour".

Words existing as new digits, i.e. ten, hundred, thousand, million, billion, trillion (trillion is the highest Newspeak number, since nothing is bigger than the Party says) shall stay words. So, to get the number one hundred and one, we create the word "hundredone". To get one hundred and thirty four, we create "hundredthirtyfour".
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Oy, I said yes to tenone, but I was assuming you'd eventually carry on with twentyone. What you're doing strangely reminds me of the french for eighty, quatre-vingt (four twenties), which is definitely something I would want to leave out when creating a new, easy language.
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