After his victory in Indiana, Donald Trump announced that America was going to "win bigly" under his leadership, adding to a mounting pile of evidence that the GOP candidate truly does speak his own language


"We're not gonna lose. We're gonna starting winning again, and we're gonna win bigly," he told the crowd. 

Or is it possible we misheard him? According to a poll by Mic, unless he severely mispronounced "big league," we all heard him correctly, because there's a whole lot of consensus on what he said.

Besides, this isn't the first time we've heard this neologism from the real estate mogul. When he announced he was running for president, he said, "Obamacare kicks in in 2016, really bigly. It is going to be amazingly destructive." 


Then there's this clip from a Republican debate:


In fact, Trump has never let the dictionary limit his use of language. He's also known to invent such words as "schlonged," which he used to describe Barack Obama's victory over Hillary Clinton.


Whatever he's really trying to say, Trump's promise to make America win "bigly" has stirred up excitement among his supporters, who are using the hashtag #EventuallyTrump to push back against the #NeverTrump hashtag used by his opponents.

After Ted Cruz's decision to drop out of the race, it does appear Trump has won the GOP nomination. It's hard to say if he's won it "bigly," though, because we're still not quite sure what that even means.