New Words in the Oxford English Dictionary

The Oxford English Dictionary released a list of new words that have recently been accepted into the ‘English Language’. Here’s a sample that I find interesting:

agroterrorism - n. terrorist acts intended to disrupt or damage a country’s agriculture.
bahookie - n. a person’s buttocks.
crunk - adj. (of a person) very excited or full of energy.
mentee - n. a person who is advised, trained, or counseled by a mentor.
mzee - n. (origins in East Africa) an older person; an elder.
plank - n. (informal) a stupid person.
ponzu - n. a sauce or dip made with soy sauce and citrus juice
radge - n. a wild, crazy, or violent person.
rendition - n. (also extraordinary rendition) the practice of sending a foreign criminal or terrorist suspect covertly to be interrogated in a country with less rigorous regulations for the humane treatment of prisoners.
twonk - n. (informal) a stupid or foolish person – origin 1980s: a blend of twit or twat and plonker.
Yogalates (also trademark Yogilates) - n. a fitness routine that combines Pilates exercises with the postures and breathing techniques of yoga – origin 1990s: blend of yoga and Pilates.

One word that came close but did not quite make it was Bloglish - the act of writing a blog in a language resembling English - I like it and think it should have been included!!
Maybe they should have also included blogorrhea - the tendency to fill a blog with too much trivial material. (Of course its a formation, from blog and the ending -rrhoea, which comes from Greek rhoia ‘flow, flux’ (as in diarrhoea) and is also associated closely with the established actual word logorrhoea meaning ‘the tendency to talk too much’).