When everybody seems a little obsessed with P.M. Justin Trudeau, Oxford Dictionary is under this obsession a little more!
At the start of this week, the globally acclaimed Oxford publishers cleared that ‘Trudeaumania' would be the official word on the dictionary along with some other typical Canadian words.
People may be thinking of the word as P.M. Justin Trudeau, but actually, it is the word referring to the former PM Pierre Trudeau when in 1960 he gained popularity and respect.
This is how the dictionary defines the word, “Extreme enthusiasm for Pierre Trudeau (prime minister of Canada 1968–79 and 1980–4), especially during his 1968 election campaign and early years in office, or (more recently) his son Justin Trudeau, prime minister of Canada since 2015.”
Its website showed the following words, “It’s been fascinating to see this word revived and repurposed so that it can describe ‘extreme enthusiasm’ for either father or son.”
Apart from a meaning of the word as everyone loves Justin Trudeau, it is not a useless thing to mention that his obsession among people is still rising up.
Other terms include, include bunny hug (a term used in Saskatchewan meaning hooded sweater), stagette (a bachelorette party), and idiot strings (the strings that keep your mittens together).
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