Plock

verb informal
To make redundant, particularly by technological means.
Source
The Panda Coin

Wethead

noun informal
A person without cybernetic brain implants.
Source
The Star Surgeon’s Apprentice

Naffle

verb informal
To travel in a spaceship that is nearly as fast as light.
Source
The Shobies’ Story

Floaking

verb
Practising the life-technique of aggregated skill, luck, laziness and chutzpah.
Origin
Coined by immersers.
Source
Embassytown

Frelk

noun informal
A person who is sexually attracted to spacers.
Origin
Abbreviation of ‘free-fall-sexual-displacement complex’.
Source
Aye, and Gomorrah…

Ziphead

noun informal
A person who has been made into a cognitive computer.
Source
A Deepness in the Sky

Fakebook

noun
A written document stored in electronic form.
Source
Light

Freeboot

verb
Recreational use of the anti-cancer drug Reboot™ for the purpose of experiencing its notable gender-reassignment side effect.
Source
Changes

Autodarwinate

verb
To commit evolutionary self-deselection (suicide).
Origin
Charles Darwin; evolution of species by natural selection.
Source
Accelerando

Spla

adjective informal
A state of intense anger or agitation.
Origin
Possibly a truncation of dysplasia (bad formation) in reference to the idiom “bent out of shape”.
Source
The Word for World is Forest

Sensawunda

noun informal
A street drug that stimulates rapid cognition, having novotrophin-B and MDMA as ingredients.
Origin
Phonetic transcription of “sense-a-wonder”.
Source
Accelerando

Proj

verb
To move at high speed with vigorous effort.
Phrase
Proj on, spoken when one is about to proj.
Source
Virtual Light