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I came across a word- "januable". What does it mean?
I could not find it in my dictionary. And if you too think the word does not exist at all- try to google "januable", i am sure you would get a lot many results, but not the meaning.
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I rather like the non-word, myself. Emotion: wink

It sounds enough like a combination of legitimate words that I wonder if someone might have uttered it by accident, as i once did with "absonotly" (which caught on and was used regularly in my workplace).
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There should be a term for a mistake that is adopted for use because it obviously should be a word. In my house we have "sprinkable cheese" (you know, the kind that comes in the green can)and "that makes smart!" which is a combination of "that's smart" and "that makes sense."
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It hardly seems English. Some googled results:

dis VM is on da worlds mosht januable couple samrat-gunajn aka sajan on
That januable was freakin' awesome.
u both are really adorable n januable...aww that cake is realli yummy
n u idiot not so januable sirf serial mein hi achi ho real lyf mein tou
Here http://www.india-forums.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=1119933 they claim that it means something like adorable/enjoyable.

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khoffThere should be a term for a mistake that is adopted for use because it obviously should be a word. In my house we have "sprinkable cheese" (you know, the kind that comes in the green can)and "that makes smart!" which is a combination of "that's smart" and "that makes sense."

Do you mean a 'blend'? Like guesstimate?
Its means loveable .Its a term to describe someone loveable .Its a Hindi derivation of Januable
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Januable is a term ... Kanz or Rabo made up, two of the very active members here. [It] pretty much means "cute and adorable".

from http://www.india-forums.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=1119933

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