THE Oxford English Dictionary have released a brand new list of words - and hangry is included.

More than 1,100 words have been added to the OED including "mansplaining", "me time", "blanket sleeper" and "tomoz". 

But the OED doesn't accept just any old word.

To be let into the dictionary a word has to be used by a number of independent sources and has to continue being used for a 'reasonable amount of time'.

Sadly “poonami” and “shitastrophy" didn't make the list but here are our top ten:

  • hangry - bad-tempered or irritable as a result of hunger.
  • mansplaining - to explain (something) needlessly, overbearingly, or condescendingly, esp. (typically when addressing a woman) in a manner thought to reveal a patronizing or chauvinistic attitude.
  • hazzle - To dry on the surface; to dry incompletely. Also: to dry in the open air.
  • daiper cake - a gift given to new or expectant parents, often at a baby shower, made up of items for a new baby (typically nappies, clothing, small toys, baby toiletries, etc.) and arranged in a shape resembling a tiered cake.
  • dickish - of a person or their behaviour) obnoxious or contemptible.
  • ransomware - A type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid.
  • blanket sleeper - A one-piece sleeping garment for a young child, made of a soft, warm material and typically having legs with attached coverings for the feet.
  • selfy - self- centred, selfish tomoz - slang for tomorrow snowflake - a person mockingly characterised as overly sensitive or easily offended esp, one said to consider himself or herself entitled to special treatment or consideration
  • tomoz - slang for tomorrow
  • lactivist - A person who strongly advocates, or campaigns in support of, breastfeeding (sometimes used with negative connotation, suggesting an uncompromising approach)

To see the full list of new words click here