Do you know what Jomo is?
The Collins Dictionary has announced its word of the year for 2016 and you won't be surprised to hear it is Brexit.
Meaning "the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union", it was first recorded by Collins in 2013 and has seen a dramatic increase in usage this year, beating Trumpism to the title.
It has gone on to influence a number of related terms, including Bremain, Bremorse and Hard Brexit.
Other words on the list included Jomo, snowflake generation and sharenting. But what do they mean?