A neologism is a newly coined word. Is there a term for a new English-language word coined by people in another country for whom English is a foreign language? While visiting China a few years ago, some Chinese friends introduced me to their new word -- gelivable. At first I thought they were mispronouncing or mangling believable, but they explained that it was a word for saying that something was sufficient or enough or adequate. A bit of research reveals that the word is formed from a Chinese word, geili. http://www.china.org.cn/china/2010-11/12/content_21327924.htm
I see the word described as a Net buzzword. A Google Ngram Viewer search yielded zero hits.
My question is: what terminology is used for this kind of formation of an English (or at least English-sounding) word that seems to be used primarily, if not exclusively by people whose first language is not English?