The term 'Meghan Markle' is officially in the Urban Dictionary.
In the dictionary - an online source for slang words and phrases - 'Meghan Markle' is a verb for "ghosting or disposing of people once you have no use or benefit from them anymore without any regard to genuine human relationships".
- Meghan Markle's dad says he'd be better off dead
- Meghan Markle's dad says he won't stop talking to press
- Media hype around Markle's father overshadows royal wedding
Examples include: "Do not Meghan Markle me when your movie comes out!" the dictionary says on its website.
Another says: "She did a Meghan Markle on her friends as soon as she became famous."
Last year, Markle's father claimed she'd cut him out of her life completely.
Thomas Markle famously didn't attend his daughter's wedding after it was revealed that he took part in staged paparazzi photos to improve his public image.
In December, UK journalist Piers Morgan went public with his bitter feelings about Markle.
"I knew her for about a year and a half, got on really well with her," Morgan said on Good Morning Britain.
"Then - bang, she met somebody more important [and I was] immediately ghosted. I never heard from her again."
The Daily Mail reports Meghan had once been so close to childhood friend Ninaki Priddy that they were like siblings, but she too received similar treatment.
"She was always fascinated by the royal family," Priddy reportedly told royal biographer Andrew Morton last year.
"She wants to be Princess Diana 2.0."