This post here made a call for neologisms, and I thought I bring up one that I coined some years ago, but I still believe is an important word.
Thrickle (noun) A specialized tool provided by the manufacturer of a product intended to be assembled by the end user.
The word comes from a discussion I had with my ex-wife about the local giveaway ad sheet, The Thrifty Nickle, which I liked to call The Nifty Thrickle, because I’m weird that way. We decided that “thrickle” was a really great word, and there should be some object to go with it.
Shortly thereafter we were putting together a cheap bookcase, and the manufacturer had helpfully included an Allen wrench in the screw pack, and we realized that we had an object that needed a word and a word that needed an object.
So I have been using thrickle to describe all manner of helpful little gizmos and gee-gaws that you find packaged with assemble-it-yourself furniture and home appliances. It’s been years now, and so far no one else has adopted that word, but I still have hopes that one day it will be considered the definitive term.