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The first recorded use of this word in print was when Nathan Hope posted an image of his busted lip online in The first semi-final match of the College Championship is coming up right now. They got the top 3 scores in the quarter-final matches. Julia found the Jeopardy!
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Australia invented the word 'selfie' as 2000 words added to Oxford Dictionary
Along with ocky, plonko and shornie it can now be found in the Oxford Dictionary. But do we even know what they mean? Aussie slang The word selfie was invented by Australians.
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Final Jeopardy: Word Origins (2-20-17)
Lexicographer Mark Gwynn, from the National Dictionary Centre, revealed that 'selfie' is believed to have first been used by Australian man Nathan Hope, who shared an image of his busted lip in a forum post in The popular word 'selfie', which was named the Oxford Dictionaries' word of the year in , is believed to have originated in Australia. And sorry about the focus, it was a selfie. Now used around the globe by millions to caption the photos they take of themselves, and even prompting the invention of products like the selfie stick, the popular word's suffix - ie- is also believed to be a tell-tale sign that it came from Down Under.
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