I think this is a matter which might just tickle your fancy.
I am unable to remember the word used, on the web, when you google something and only ONE result turns up but whatever it is... this is "one of those". Pretty obviously I did not find this word by searching for it in the first place, but discovered it was "one of those" by subsequently performing a specific search.
I found it by accident one day whilst researching matters astronomical. If you google it ONLY ONE result is returned - please go there to see its complete usage. While it is possible to surmise the meaning quite easily, I would be fascinated to find out what its "real" meaning is, along with its origins - or was it invented by the author of the stanza in which it appears. To date, after about four months fruitless, sporadic searching, I have been unable to find any references, explanations or other sources for this most fascinating of words.
I know it is a most improbable word but...
The word is... FLICCTICCULATES
From Kevin S. Jung's Astronomical Journeys.
"When that Sirius fliccticculates upon the brow of a cold winter's snowy-scope, When the geeses have forsaken yon goose-pond for warmth of southern haven, ... "