Wikisilence (2007)

Wikisilence (English)
Wikistilte (Dutch)
Wikistille (German)
Wikisilence (French)
Wikisilencia (Portuguese, Spanish)

“Wikisilence” is a combination of the Hawaiian word “wiki” (wikiwiki), literally meaning “quick”, and the English word “silence”.

It means to refrain from editing a text with a wiki application for some time. More common is the term “wikibreak”, yet “wikisilence” has a different feeling.
“Break” and “silence” refer to music (in different ways), to rhythm (as in “breakbeat”) and to absence of music/sound respectively.

wikistilte
wik isti lte
wi ki stil te
wi ki st il te
wi ki sti lte
w ik ist ilt e

Hij staarde naar het in en in witte scherm voor hem. De aangetroffen wikistilte, de maandenlange afwezigheid van wikibewerkingen, hadden hem van zijn stuk gebracht. De wiki was er al die tijd geweest. Echter niemand had de moeite genomen om de ruimtes op te vullen.

Wikistilte

To me, the Dutch “wikistilte” can compete with the most beautiful English word “cellardoor”.

Deocracy (June 2005)

Deocracy
Deocracy (English)
Deocratie (Dutch)
Deokratie (German)
Déocratie (French)
Deocracia (Portuguese, Spanish)

“Deocracy” is derived from the English word deodorant and the old Greek kratein.

Apart from above-mentioned meaning, “deocracy” is a common misspelling of the word “democracy”. Just like:

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..et cetera.
are common misspellings of “democracy”.
This kind of lists are added to websites on democracy to attract extra visitors:
Hmm, is that where democracy is about?!

Deocracy is also an uncommon combination of the Latin deus and the old Greek kratein. Common is “theocracy”, derived from the old Greek theos and the old Greek kratein.