Not about italics for thought. Suppose I could have said that in the title. Sorry, the small troll that lives within couldn't resist. This is about the concept of introducing new terms in a world. I asked ChickenFreak who thought this may not be a needed moment for them in-spite of being a listed and suggested use. She advised that I ask. So I am. The word is "Leap" and its tenses. The idea is in my world people use this word to refer to an effect that can happen to people. Like a magical boast. People are either leaped or not. It could easily be something that might be listen on a license. Or a dictionary in my world may list a new meaning to the world leap. Something like; 1. Adjective, referring to a person who has went under a magical metamorphosis. Examples "Has Jane leaped yet?" "Jane is leaping!" "Jane has been a leaper for three years now." Should this use of the word leap be used in italics? Thank you for reading.