I didnt have that when I was young, but as I got some mastery over my english, I stopped caring about if a word I used 'was a word' or not. It makes enough sense for my purpose, and it fits in the english grammar structure. I feel a little bit of pity for those who need rigidly defined rules to understand the language.When you were a kid, you had a habit of making up words to describe things because you couldn't quite come up with the exact definition/term, so even if it sounded like nonsense, the onomatopoeic babble just described things perfectly.
I love to suffixify words.
And I love to explainerate the suffixifications. -ify means to turn/add something into/onto the root word -ify is added to. Amplify, exemplify, et cetera.