Say it with me: "polyp."
Make sure you enunciate; I want to hear those p's -- polyP.
I once saw a picture of nasal polyps when I was looking up some sinus symptoms. They look like little sacs you could pop. The combination of the illustration and the word "polyp" made me think of oranges. Specifically, the fact that you can break an orange slice down into itty bitty segments and "pop" them. Plus the word "pulp" has similar letters to "polyp."
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When I was in grade school I also used to "pop" the unopened hosta flowers that lined the path from the school to the church. I'm sure God didn't appreciate it, but they made such a satisfying little "pop" that I couldn't help myself.
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Polyp. Polyp. Polyp.
The word has practically lost all meaning now. The term, by the way, for that (when saying a word over and over again makes it nonsensical) is jamais vu. It is the opposite of déjà vu, which means "already seen" (from the French). Jamais vu translates to "never seen."
I think I'll name my polyp Fred.