The English language is a living and ever changing thing. Stephen just said to me "we need to start socializing the idea of opening the cottage." Now every time he used that word before I did not have a clue what he meant. I think he meant we should start talking about it and doing some pre-planning, before we get down to specifics. At least that is what I think he meant.
In the English language we can make a verb out of most anything by putting "ize" at the end. Some are relatively obvious in meaning others are more obscure. Now why do we make of new words? Is the language not versatile enough or maybe our vocabulary is limited. I read somewhere that Shakespeare used 2500 different words in his plays, but we are lucky if we have 300 to 500 words in our vocabulary. I think that is amazing. So if we cannot think of the word, we make one up or use a three or four letter acronym.
I do not object to all this, I am just making an observation.