And the 2017 children's 'word of the year' is… Trump!
Trump pretty much rules global headlines. But it appears the US president is now taking over playgrounds as well.
"Trump" has been named the children's "word of the year" by the Oxford University Press.
The president name came up more often than any other in Oxford's analysis of 1.3 lakh children's stories submitted for BBC Radio 2's annual story-writing contest - '500 Words.'
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The fact that US President Donald Trump's name came up more than any other suggests how he has entered children's minds and imagination.
Others playfully created new words such as Boggle Trump, Snozzle Trump, Trumplestilskin and Trumpyness.
"Fake news" and "Brexit" also commonly used by kids
Social media platforms such as Snapchat and Instagram were also mentioned often.
The term "super" was often used, whether as "super-excited," "super-happy" and various versions of "superhero."
Thankfully, there were no traces of "bigly" and "covfefe."
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