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vox barbara (VOKS BAHR-buhr-uh) noun
A barbarous word or phrase, especially applied to supposedly neo-Latin terms that are neither Latin nor Greek.
[From Latin vox barbara (foreign word or speech).]
"To get at what I do mean I need an Anglicism (not, be it noted,
a Briticism, which word is an Americanism and a vox barbara to boot)."
This week's theme: Words about words
I believe in God, only I spell it Nature. -Frank Lloyd Wright, architect (1867-1959)