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Cadutraments

noun; other word formation type nonce word
Used when referring to an excess of keychains or accessories. Could also be used for excess jewelry or charms.
 
Cadutraments is a nonce word that can be considered a handful for the tongue. Certainly a child would not pick it up easily. It was probably coined to describe an excess of accessories because of how twisted and noisy they can get. Cadutraments could be slightly related to an onomatopoeia.
Etymology : This word was spontaneously formed.
Source : Friend. "That's a lot of cadutraments on your keychain." (September 2011)
Last modified: 29 November 2011


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