Usage on alagruous, or here: "'The Minister's cat is a ...' He could see the wheels turning in her mind, then the gleam in her narrowed blue eyes as inspiration struck. '... coccygodynious cat.'
Roger narrowed his eyes, trying to work that one out.
'A cat with a wide backside?' ... 'A cat that's a pain in the ass.'
'That's a real word, is it?'
'Uh-huh. ... One of Mama's medical terms. Coccygodynia is a pain in the region of the tailbone. She used to call the hospital administration coccygodynians, all the time.'" —Diana Gabaldon, Drums of Autumn (NY: Dell, 1997), 67–68