On beer labels, songs and classrooms around the world, as well as on print, TV and social media, the newly created words of the old Victorian boy were used in order to put it into the Oxford dictionary. Star Trek Capt. James T.
Kirk used it, Canadian musician Tegan and Sara promoted it, Vancouver Island singer Lora Parkes sang it, and Today host Matt Lauer said before being fired from the TV show
Beer companies in Sweden and Chicago even labeled it.
Levi's Bud, St.
Michaels University School, created "levidrome" for a word, and when it reads back it will spell another word
Cycle and pool, pot and stop, Circle and friends, life and devil.
Levi, who has a strong interest in words, found words that do not have this phenomenon in printed and published dictionaries.
Name and reply of the combination of Levi's Levidrome ~
A word with the same spelling before and after, such as mom, dad, level and kayak.
Levi has launched a campaign to include his words in the dictionary through a YouTube video that has gone viral and has attracted attention around the world.
His story appears in newspapers in South Africa, Japan, China, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, India and Singapore.
In Spain, it is called levidromo, while levidrome is in the Dictionary of Russian cities.
Strawberry Valley teacher
The librarian, Travis Richey, is one of many educators who told the student what Levi had to say.
Like many other teachers, librarians, and parents, Richey started a competition to fill a vacancy in the school for a levid board and is now full.
"It's really cool," Richey said . ".
"We are all working together to put the word in the dictionary.
He said: "Competition is an easy way to strengthen spelling. French-
Speaking schools are also involved, using words such as nom and mon or rein and nier.
Eight-year-old Strawberry Valley Elementary School student Ava Hong hopes to win the top prize for her $20 certificate at her school book fair by coming up with the most interesting books.
"I want to do something for livid so that Livi can put his words in the dictionary," said Hong . ".
"I think it's a very good idea and I want to say to Levi, it's cool.
Victoria's school for a few months. including St.
Michaels, Sir James Douglas Elementary School, Willow School, Doncaster Elementary School and Lakehill Elementary School-
Levin Council has been released with teachers elsewhere in Canada and teachers from Maui to the UK.
Piet langstrat, head of the Greater Victoria School District, said the situation in his school district and other areas was very good.
"This is a grassroots movement where students and teachers are picking it up and following it," said lansterat . ".
"This does not start at the district level.
It has been spread organically through schools.
Star Trek actor William chartner has acknowledged it.
He wrote on Twitter: "Look at what @ sd61 school is doing to help liverm become a word.
This can be a great challenge for other classrooms.
Shatner has petitioned the Oxford Dictionary to include the word Levi's in the dictionary.
In a video posted online on November, Rebecca Juganaru, senior assistant editor of Oxford Dictionary, told Levi that many people now know the word, so "levidrome" is entering our dictionary.
However, the Oxford rule is that the word is now heard all over the world --
Confirmed by print, television and social mediamedia reports —
It must become a common usage.
John Kelly, editor of The Oxford Dictionary, confirmed this month that they continued to focus on the word.
Earlier, it was posted online as part of the Oxford Dictionary's weekly word observation. St.
Michael is also helping Levi's words get into general usage, said Becky Anderson, director of his junior high school.
As for the phenomenon created by Li Wei, Anderson said that if we listen to the children, they will have a lot of ideas.
"They are so curious people, so capable and so curious," she said . ".
"It's such an exciting thing and something that resonates so strongly across the globe, that the child's questions or curiosity really should be accepted and encouraged, see where it can take them and us.
In Britain, a man took a picture of a whiteboard full of livid ROMs, saying he thought he had found all of them.
"We have received letters from students from all over the world," said Robert Bard, Levi's father . ".
A writer, Bud, said students in a New Jersey classroom exchanged letters with Levi's class.
"They are connected because of their love for language," says Budd . ".
"We just sit in the back and watch.
"Munro bookstore on Government Street also has a levidrome board.
"Everyone can make a difference," said Budd . ".
"When the word appears in the dictionary, it does not belong to Levi-
It belongs to everyone who has helped, every school, everyone who writes songs, everyone who uses it.
This is everyone's commitment and anyone can support it and make a change.
"Ceharnett @ time colonists.