| Definition -
A word that was coined by combining a foreign word with a native word.
1. As opposed to a loanword, which is a word taken directly from another language, and a loan translation, which is a word or phrase derived from another language by a word-for-word translation.
Example - The German word grüngrocer was coined by combining the German grün, green, with the English grocer, seller of foodstuffs.
Oxford English Dictionary - The term's first citation is from 1950:
"*Loanblends show morphemic substitution as well as importation." [I'll bet they do.]
(Language XXVI. 215 )