Just because you've made a portmanteau word
doesn't make it right, Yummex.
Its name a portmanteau word
of "no kerosene," Nokero manufactures solar products at prices that make them accessible to impoverished communities, and it works with nonprofits around the world to solve energy poverty.
An example of a Portmanteau word
is Brunch, from Breakfast and Lunch.
For example, in "la lave en valdrague" (VI, 34), valdrague may be regarded as a portmanteau word
composed of the verbs valdinguer and draguer, or as a pun on "la lave en valdrague." In the line "en la multipliant de sa nudite crasse" (V, 38), the noun crasse used in apposition could also be regarded as a portmanteau word
combining grasse and crasseux, or as an anglicism, modelled on "crass."
The object of his seduction--or perhaps his seducer, for roles, like everything else, shift continually in this volume--is introduced as "Wide-eyed Anuncia," a portmanteau word
containing both the Virgin Mary's annunciation and the spider-trickster figure Ananse.
Ramsay emphasizes that we should understand "brigands" not as vagabonds or the poor, but as a portmanteau word
that "blurred distinctions and confounded groups" and that "left a sense of illegality and exteriority regarding society and its norms", and that could thus carry the Fear "between classes and estates, from country to town and back".
As Humpty Dumpty explains to Alice, a portmanteau word
is one made up of parts of two familiar words.