use portmanteau in a sentence.
That could be a portmanteau.
Except no one knows how to spell portmanteau or its derivatives.
Is that why your user name is an abbreviation of portmanteau?
I think it's an acronym portmanteau rather than straight up initialism.
I believe the name is making a portmanteau of RSS and trust, hence trsst.
Because functor is kinda-sorta a portmanteau of function object and people wanted to sound clever, I guess.
That's "portmanteau," although "poormanteau" gives some really interesting mental imagery.
AFAIK in Quebec the preferred term is "courriel", which is a portmanteau of "courrier électronique" in the same manner that "email" is a portmanteau of "electronic mail".
It's intended to be a portmanteau of Group + Coupon, pronounced \ˈgrüˌpänI've had an affinity for portmanteaus ever since I was 10, when I saw "portmanteau" in Through the Looking Glass and thought Lewis Carrol was talking about me.
He could have made one up, or portmanteau-ed something.
I read it as a clever portmanteau of NoSQL and SQLite.
I think ideally you create an entirely new word, like a portmanteau, that is nonetheless spelled exactly the way you'd expect it to be.
I guess the name is a portmanteau of Learn and Academy, but the first thing that came to my mind was Learn Enemy, the enemy of learning...
Because "Drapache" makes sense (kind of, it's a portmanteau of Dropbox and Apache); "mod_depeche" doesn't makes any sense.
In Germany it is "Informatics" a portmanteau of "information" and "automatic", since the field is about automatic information processing in general.