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This time around, Robert from Coloma expressed dissatisfaction with the words boyfriend and girlfriend, suggesting a new word to cover both: inti-mate.
Robert's idea is to take the adjective intimate and pronounce the final syllable as mate.
(That's actually how the verb form of intimate, meaning "give to understand; imply as a possibility" is pronounced, but no matter.) I thought this was a clever suggestion, putting a new spin on old words, but I'm not holding my breath for inti-mate to displace boyfriend and girlfriend any time soon.
I just read this at a late hour, and started grinding grammatical gears involuntarily!I've actually resorted to referring to a "significant other," particularly one whose marital/engagement status is unknown to me, as an "S. ZAs a resident of a (very) senior living community I can see the advantage of such a term.We have 250 units, mostly singly occupied and about a dozen of the 40 or so with couples are unmarried.You might find the Australian Social Security Act definition interesting.A member of a couple is called a partner (whether married or not) and a person is regarded as a member of a couple, generally, if their relationship is "marriage-like" see Section 4 of the Social Security Act 1991: ( link) and the Guide to Social Security Law: ( link)."Partner" is used in the UK with no assumption of business-like-ness.