Colloqualised means: A ‘word’ or, more accurately, a pseudoword that looks and sounds like a real word but has no logical or precise definition. This word is simple to pronounce and makes it seem real. It can, however, be incorrectly deemed an inexact phrase because its exact meaning is not known to laymen and scholars. This is why it is sometimes used to show linguistic distinction and prestige, even though the former is false. (in Community Dictionary, added by Kinsley Perkins)