Suffolk in the City: Oxford defines 'Twerk' as...

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August 29, 2013, 11:17 am
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(NECN) - Have you ever heard of a phablet, jorts or a fauxhawk?

They're all words you can find in the Oxford Dictonaries Online.

So what is "twerk?"

"Sounds like a person that's, you know, not all there, maybe?" answered one man in Boston.

But the days of sifting through thousands of pages in search of definitions for words such as "twerk," "selfie," "omnishambles" and "buzzworthy" may be behind us.

NECN's Suffolk in the City student reporter, Jacob Athyal, has more.

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