This page links to 2 remarkable articles by Dr Vernon Neppe.
The Neologism: A Personal Evolutionary Exploration. This article contains the longest published words in the English language. One that is logical to use and has been applied in the systems context is Ethicospirtuobiopsychofamiliosociocultural (plus –ly; -ity) 2009 as in this article.
i.e. Ethicospirtuobiopsychofamiliosocioculturality and
These three terms are respectively 42, 45 and 44 letters long and are useful and comprehensible conforming to Dr Neppe’s requirements for new words.
A variant of this appeared in a closed internet discussion list in 2008 where Dr Neppe suggested
PDL variant: Ethicobiopsychofamiliosociospirtuocultural
Neppe, VM. The Neologism: A Personal Evolutionary Exploration. Telicom. 2009; 22: 2, April – June. 39-48.
Sections to this article are:
Neppe, VM. Perspective to the neologism (Part 1). Telicom. 2009; 21: 21: 2, April – June. 39-41.
Neppe, VM. The Ultra lengthy Neologism: The modern evolution of the longest English words? (Part 2) Telicom. 2009; 21: 21: 3, July-Sept, 41-44.
Neppe, VM. Neologisms: The Evolutional Outreach of Twentieth Century Science—Illustrative Medical Terminology (Part 3) Telicom. 2009; 21: 21: 2, April – June. 45-46.
Neppe, VM. Have I truly already read all this? Or is this déjà lu? The phenomenological approach to neologisms and importing French idiom to boot. (Part 4) Telicom. 2009;
21: 21: 2, April – June. 46-47.
Neppe, VM. The Psychopathological Perspective to Neologisms (Part 5) Telicom. 2009; 21: 21: 2, April – June. 47-48.
Dr Neppe also happens to be the world authority on the déjà vu phenonmenon. In the following publication he discusses thirty plus new déjà vu terms.
Neppe VM. Déjà vu neologisms: Thirty déjà experiences; four nosological subtypes. Telicom. 2009; 22: 3, 3Q July-September. 10-12.