"High Five!" and "It's Sexy Time!," favorite expressions of the hit comic character Borat, have topped a list of the top Hollywood phrases of the year.
The Global Language Monitor, a non-profit group that monitors word use, put those two expressions at the top of its annual list of Hollywood words and phrases for the impact they made on the English language.
In second place was a Hollywood star trend of giving babies unusual names like Suri, the name of the daughter of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes, and Shiloh Nouvel, the daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
Global Language Monitor head Paul JJ Payack said the trend "opens an entire new world of possibilities to young parents for either inflicting or bestowing names upon their children."
Other words and phrases on the list include were "Pursuit" from Will Smith's film "The Pursuit of Happyness" and the phrase "Nazi Bullets," used by the grandfather in "Little Miss Sunshine" to explain his crankiness.
One expression from the box office hit "The Queen," for which Helen Mirren won the best actress Oscar, made the list.
"Will someone please save these people from themselves!," Tony Blair said as he attempted to heal the rift between Queen Elizabeth and her subjects.
Actress Meryl Streep also made the list after declaring to an unfortunate associate in "The Devil Wears Prada": "The details of your incompetence do not interest me."
Last Year, "Brokeback" from "Brokeback Mountain" topped the annual survey.
当红喜剧人物“波拉特”（喜剧《波拉特》主角）常挂在嘴边的两句话High Five!（举手击掌）和 It's Sexy Time!（性感时间到！）被评为今年好莱坞的最热门表达。