The Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) has added to its Observatory of words expressions and terms such as “Cruzazulear”, “elle”, “please”, “video call”, “influencer” and “cyber attack”, among others.
Language is a living entity that is in constant change and evolution, that is why the RAE has a section on its page called “Observatory of words” where you place terms or expressions that are used although this does not mean that they will be accepted or added to a dictionary.
The RAE, which launched a new website, explains that the Word Observatory offers information on words, meanings and expressions that do not appear in the dictionary, but that have raised doubts: recent neologisms, foreign words, technicalities, regionalisms, etc.
The Academy explains that the information is provisional, since it is not contemplated in academic works, so it may be modified in the future and that the presence of a word in the Observatory does not imply that the RAE accepts its use.
What words does the RAE have in its observatory
Cross-tile: The verb cruzazulear is a common derivative in Mexican sports journalism that refers to a certain situation because it is something that frequently happens to the Cruz Azul team. At the moment there is no proposal to include this voice in the academic dictionary.
Cyber attack: Cyber attack is a voice correctly formed from the compositional element cyber- (which is joined without a hyphen) and attack.
Please: The form porfa is a shortening of please, typical of the colloquial language that is considered valid in that register. Like other shortening of multi-verbal expressions (weekend, weekend; Juampa, by Juan Pablo …), it is written in a single word.
Mutate: The verb mutear is a derivative created in Spanish from the English mute. It is recommended to replace it with verbs such as silence. For the opposite action, expressions such as reconnecting the audio or reactivate the microphone can be used.
Login: The verb loguear (or its variant logar) is a derivative created from English log in that in Spanish it is recommended to replace by expressions such as enter [a la red], to access [al sistema], register, identify or log in. In case you want to use the adapted Anglicism, the appropriate spelling is to log in, not log in
Influence: The influencer voice is an Anglicism used in reference to a person with the ability to influence others, mainly through social networks. As an alternative, the RAE recommends the use of influencer: How to be an influencer in social networks. Influencer and influencer would also be valid alternatives.
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