10 L.A. WORDS OXFORD DICTIONARIES DIDN'T ACCEPT THIS YEAR

They took "hangry," "mkay," and "awesomesauce," but not these local words. Give us your own lexical suggestions that you use to describe the L.A. experience.
  1. grasshole
    Noun: individual or institution that owns a property with a lawn that remains lush during the drought.
  2. sunsta
    Noun: photograph of L.A. sky and/or subset posted to Instagram between 5 and 9 p.m.
  3. Intellijunta
    Adjective: describing a neighborhood that's been taken over by coffee shops with fierce customer loyalty.
  4. easterlies
    Noun: person(s) who lives west of Mid-City but claims Eastsider status.
  5. trailer
    Verb: the act of ending a hike at Ferndell with a light meal and hang-out session at Trails Cafe.
  6. compmmute
    Verb: to use a laptop while commuting, typically on the Red or Expo Lines.
  7. somebodies
    Noun: users of the Somebody app who have successfully interacted with its creator, Miranda July.
  8. imaginangeles
    Noun: utopian L.A. referenced most frequently by optimists.
  9. adventrain
    Noun: a person who commutes by car to the Westside looking forward to the Expo Line extension.
  10. a'walkers
    Noun: disciples of "foot soldier" Alissa Walker making concerted efforts to use public transport.