> Monthly google searches 2.4 million
> Introduced: January 2018
Reminiscent of a film or theme park created by the Walt Disney Company, especially in being simplified, sanitized, or romanticized.
In North American Denoting: A non-custodial parent who, when spending time with their child or children, indulges them with gifts, special outings, and other treats, leaving disciplinary responsibilities to the custodial parent.
Origin: 1930s: from the name of Walter Elias Disney (see Disney, Walt).
> Monthly google searches 3.0 million
> Introduced: September 2015
Oxford dictionary definition: (Chiefly in science fiction) a means of transport resembling a skateboard that travels above the surface of the ground, ridden in a standing position.
As trademark: A motorized personal vehicle consisting of a platform for the feet mounted on two wheels and controlled by the way the rider distributes their weight.
As a motorized personal vehicle consisting of a single central wheel with platforms for the feet on either side and controlled by the way the rider distributes their weight.
Origin: 1980s: from hover + -board (as in skateboard), popularized by the 1989 film Back to the Future Part II.
> Monthly google searches 3.1 million
> Introduced: September 2012
Oxford dictionary definition: The three-toed sloth.
Origin: Early 17th century: from Tupi, imitative of its cry.
> Monthly google searches 3.3 million
> Introduced: June 2018
Oxford dictionary definition: Used to express a range of emotions including surprise, anger, disappointment, or joy, or when reacting to a remark’
Origin: Northern English form of oh.
> Monthly google searches 4.2 million
> Introduced: September 2018
Oxford dictionary definition: The number equivalent to the product of three and ten; ten less than forty; 30.
Origin: Old English thrītig (see three, -ty). The spelling with initial thi- is recorded in literature in the 15th century, and has been the prevalent form since the 16th century.
Sponsored: Tips for Investing
A financial advisor can help you understand the advantages and disadvantages of investment properties. Finding a qualified financial advisor doesn’t have to be hard. SmartAsset’s free tool matches you with up to three financial advisors who serve your area, and you can interview your advisor matches at no cost to decide which one is right for you. If you’re ready to find an advisor who can help you achieve your financial goals, get started now.
Investing in real estate can diversify your portfolio. But expanding your horizons may add additional costs. If you’re an investor looking to minimize expenses, consider checking out online brokerages. They often offer low investment fees, helping you maximize your profit.