Its use appears in the "Treehouse of Horror XV" short In the Belly of the Boss: Bumped on the head.
A bazooka that fires beanbags, as used by Lou in Lisa the Tree Hugger. In the episode "Home Away from Homer", Lisa listens to a radio program on obscure music, and hears the host refer to a guest as a banjoologist, using "-ology" as the suffix for the study of a subject (or sometimes the subject itself, although this is technically incorrect).
An invented French word that means "being like Bart" (i.e., mischievous).
(From the episode "The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show".) This is a term used by Patty and Selma to denigrate Homer.
It is a play on "brother-in-law", and the fact that Homer is fat.
The Simpsons has used and coined many neologisms for humorous effect, many of which are only used once.
The most famous example is Homer Simpson's signature annoyed grunt, "D'oh! Few of the following made-up words would qualify as neologisms from a strict lexicological perspective due to their extremely limited uses outside of the show.Smithers's plan is to rush in and rescue Burns from what will certainly be an awkward phone conversation. Burns' seemingly antiquated alternative expressions referring to an existing term (similar to "iced cream", the original name for ice cream).In episode 12 of Season 16, Burns tells Selma, who is in the process of lowering the soft top on his roadster, "Stop that you want-wit! " A sandwich with a baby in the middle, first seen in "The Secret War of Lisa Simpson." Chief Wiggum shows a group of touring kids a museum display of a hippie couple who are getting stoned and ready to take a bite of the "California Cheeseburger." A word made up by Mr.An element on a highly inaccurate Periodic Table at Springfield Elementary.Due to their inability to afford an accurate Table, they have to make do with a promotional one from Oscar Mayer, which advertises their product in the information.Abe's symptoms included being "edgy", having "ants in his pants" and being "discombobulated". Nick also warned Grandpa that if he didn't calm down to receive treatment, Grandpa would give himself skin failure. Nick's prescribed treatment for Bonus Eruptus was "Trans-dental Electromicide," which called for a golf-cart motor and a 1000-volt "Capacimator".