neoteric nee-uh-TER-ik, adjective:
Recent in origin; modern; new.
Neoteric derives from Greek neoterikos, from neoteros, “younger,” comparative of neos, “young, new.”
resile ri-ZYL verb intr.
1. To rebound or recoil.
2. To shrink, withdraw, or retreat.
[From obsolete French resilir, from Latin resilire (to spring back).]
(yes, a variant on the french word for retreat… )