WordRight Ownership. WordRight approval entitles the holder to the following:
Certified ownership of the neologism. Ownership is exclusive and perpetual. Ownership can be sold, given away, transferred (e.g., to your legal heir), or otherwise conveyed to another person or entity, provided details of the transaction are submitted to the English Neologia Society. A WordRight cannot be divided into fractional ownership.
International registration and publication. WordRight neologisms will be listed alphabetically in ENS’s International Registry of English Neologisms upon certification, and perpetually thereafter. Listings will include the neologism, its pronunciation, form of speech (adverb, expletive, noun, etc), and definition(s), as submitted by the WordRight holder. The date of certification and the name of the legal WordRight owner will complete each listing (name omitted upon request).
WordRight Premium Ownership. In addition to the above rights, those requesting WordRight Premium Level are also entitled to the following:
Personal documentation of ownership. Premium Wordright owners also receive a framed Certificate of WordRight suitable for wall display and a wallet-sized plastic card embossed with the neologism and owner’s name.
Right to modify. For a period of one (1) year after certification, Premium WordRight owners can alter a neologism’s entry in the Registry upon request. No alteration to the word itself is permitted, but its definition, pronunciation, and speech part(s) can be added, deleted, modified, extended, or otherwise altered as desired by the owner.