> I don't understand the referent here. A hapax legomenon, meaning 'once
> spoken', the bane and prize of interpreters, is a word found but once, and thus
> has no other examples, helpful or otherwise. Which makes for a great number of
> words to explain the single occurrence.
In recent (very recent actually) times it has come to mean a term
which gives very few (ideally one) hit on an exhaustive search engine
(such as AltaVista).
For instance "hapax legomenon" doesn't qualify, because
gives 223 hits, whereas "LLM-105" would, since giving only five:
So, if you want to have your stuff found without knowing where it is,
use a neologism (which hopefully doesn't catch on) as marker, and let
the site be indexed by a search engine.