Brace yourself: 'phubbing' is set to be the 'selfie' of 2014.
But, while it's still mobile-related, it's slightly more awkward - meaning being snubbed in a social setting by someone using their phone instead of speaking to you.
It's just one of a list of new words compiled by expert Adam Jacot de Boinod, who tracks linguistic trends.
Learn a bankster from a caxirola now with our handy glossary (or should that be listicle?)...
Push ring: A ring that a man presents to his partner after she has given birth.
Underbrag: Admitting failings in a way that proves you are confident enough not to care.
Brass ceiling: The difficulty that women face in rising to high positions in the military.
Faitheist: An atheist who is tolerant of religions.
Bankster: A banker whose actions are illegal.
@Pontifex: The Twitter name of Pope Francis.
Prancercise: A form of exercise that mimics horse moves.
Listicle: An article based on a list of points.
Caxirola: Instrument created for the World Cup in Brazil.
Phubbing: The act of snubbing someone in a social setting by looking at your phone instead of paying attention.
Doorer: A person who causes a cyclist to fall by opening a car door.
Boil the ocean: To undertake something over-ambitious.
Buffling: Speaking off-the-point in a business context.
Facekini: A face mask worn on the beach to avoid tanning.
On the bubble: At a point where success or failure will be decided.