Adorbs, MacGyver, grouse, bling-bling, selfie, woke. These are some of the words admitted to the Oxford Dictionary over the past few years. But where do words come from and why do we say them? Paul Little reports.

The Oxford English Dictionary is about to release its latest online update. It does this every three months and last time around admitted 650 words to its revered pages. That's about seven a day. Not all were new, though. Some, such as sprog as a verb, meaning to get someone pregnant, were established words that had acquired new meanings. Any old word can't

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