Librarians are often riveting conversationalists because of their overuse of acronyms and library jargon. Another powerful, yet often overlooked, professional conversation tool is that of the made-up word. The trick is to take a normal word and add a suffix or two to it.
An example: find + able + ity = findability.
Can you find this word in a dictionary? No, it has no findability.
[Note: The editors invite their loyal readers to post their own made-up words in the comments section below.]