The eleventh edition of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary is seen stacked on other dictionaries at the company's headquarters in Springfield, Mass., Tuesday, July 3, 2007. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
(CNN/Meredith) -- “Dumpster fire.” “Mansplain.” “Welp.” These are just a few of the new words Merriam-Webster has added to their latest list.
The list, which can be found here, boasts 850 new words. And although we didn’t list all of them, check out the new words in the slideshow above!
Wordie: "A lover of words."
Embiggen: "To make bigger or more expansive."
Blockchain: "A digital database containing information (such as records of financial transactions) that can be simultaneously used and shared within a large decentralized, publicly accessible network."
Harissa: "A spicy North African paste made from dried chilies, salt, oil, and other seasonings."
Kombucha: This one's actually been around since 1944. It's "a gelatinous mass of symbiotic bacteria and yeasts grown to produce a fermented beverage held to confer health benefits."
Mansplain: "To explain something to a woman in a condescending way that assumes she has no knowledge about the topic."
Glamping: "Outdoor camping with amenities and comforts."
Unicorn: "A start-up that is valued at one billion dollars or more."