inner-capped
adj. Describes a word that includes one or more uppercase letters within the body of the word. (The word "intercapped" is also sometimes used.)

Example Citation:
"I used to think this trend started with companies that affected computer lingo—CompuServe, DigiCash, WordPerfect, HotJava—but lexicographer Richard Weiner, who I suspect coined inner-capped on the analogy of the mafia's knee-capping, reminds me of the 1959 TelePrompTer." —William Safire

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