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And the Children's Word of the Year goes to... Trump

Alex Brandon / AP

The Oxford University Press has named "Trump" the Children's Word of the Year after sifting through 131,798 short stories written by kids and submitted to a BBC contest, NYT reports. The decision was made based on the 839% increase in the use of "Trump" and the context creativity.

This is the first time a proper noun has won either the children's word of the year or adult's word of the year.

Use examples: Snozzle Trump, Trumpelstilskin, Trumpido, Trumpwinningtastic. Hillary Clinton and Obama Llama also made appearances.

Runners up: Brexit, fake news, social media, vlog and super.