Definition of oldspeak in English:

oldspeak

noun

mass nounhumorous
  • Normal English usage as opposed to technical or propagandist language.

    • ‘Politicians who dare use ‘oldspeak’ risk censure, not just from Republicans but from the media themselves.’

Origin

1949: from George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four (see newspeak).

Pronunciation

oldspeak

/ˈəʊldspiːk/