The Oxford English Dictionary has made hundreds of new word entries for 2011 to update the book for the up and coming year.
Thousands of newbies have been submitted into the famous book’s latest edition ranging from full phrases, text speak and symbols.
Only the best get given the green light and one of the new entries is the word Domestic goddess- a woman likened to a goddess of the home.
Described as a woman with exceptional domestic skills, especially one who excels at cookery and preparing meals; the new word has been associated to the likes of celeb chef Nigella Lawson.
The 51 year-old has spiced up the OED with her coined phrase, which she wrote in one of her recipe books and now she is putting the brilliant word in the nation’s mouth.
A spokesman for Oxford University Press, said: “It is an unsurpassed guide to how the meanings of words change over time.
“This latest update of the dictionary provides more evidence of how our language is evolving.”
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