2. Livslogga, v.
Definition: Literally translating to "life log," the word refers to continually documenting one's life in pictures.
Used in an English sentence: "I know my Instagram is full of retro-looking pictures of salads, but what can I say? It's fun to livslogga."
3. Ogooglebar, adj.
Definition: Literally meaning "ungoogleable," the term is used to describe someone or something that doesn't show up in Google results.
Used in an English sentence: "I'm going on a date tonight, but he's totally ogooglebar! What are the odds he's an axe murderer?"
4. Nomofob, n.
Definition: A person who feels anxious at the very thought of being separated from his or her mobile phone. (Adapted from the clunky English "no mobile phone phobia.")
Used in an English sentence: "I'd love to go swimming, but I can't be in the water for very long -- I'm sort of a nomofob."
5. Fulparkerare, n.
Definition: Literally translating to "ugly parker," the word describes someone who parks his or her car in a particularly egregious or unlawful manner.
Used in an English sentence: "Whoa, did you really just double-park? Come on, don't be a fulparkerare."
6. Mobildagis, n.
Definition: Literally meaning "mobile phone daycare," the term describes a place -- often in or near schools -- where mobile phones are stored.
Used in an English sentenc: "While you're in class, you can keep your phone at the mobildagis."
7. Appa, v.
Definition: Literally, "to app": to solve a problem using a mobile phone app
Used in an English sentence: "How can I keep track of how many steps I take in a day? Is there a way to appa it?"
8. Padda, n.
Definition: a nickname for someone's iPad or tablet computer
Used in an English sentence: "Are you bringing your padda on the trip?"
9. Terja, v.
Definition: To manipulate a photograph. The term gets its name from the nature photographer Terje Hellesø, who confessed to manipulating his award-winning photos of animals.
Used in an English sentence: "Wow, that's a gorgeous photo. I can't believe it's not Terja'ed!"
10. Trädmord, n.
Definition: Literally translating to "tree murder," the term increased in usage in 2011, after several trees near Stockholm were either damaged or poisoned, causing them to die. Can be adopted, however, to describe excessive and/or wasteful use of paper and packaging.
Used in an English sentence: "Hey, guys, whose 80-page article is on the printer? Trädmord!"
11. Attitydinkontinens, n.
Definition: Literally meaning "attitude incontinence," the term describes the inability to keep one's opinions to oneself
Used in an English sentence: "Sorry for that long comment I left on your post just now. I guess I had a temporary case of attitydinkontinens."
12. Flipperförälder, n.
Definition: Literally meaning "pinball parent," the term describes a parent who's the opposite of a helicopter parent -- who lets his or her kids have freedom. (It refers to the ball's tendency, in a pinball game, to bounce around the board after it's been let loose.) Can also, in translation, refer to a parent who lets his or her kids loose on the Internet, without parental controls.
Used in an English sentence: "Of course I let Bobby have his own Facebook account. I'm trying to be a flipperförälder."