Spanghew – to cause (esp. a toad or frog) to fly into the air off the end of a stick. (In northern and Scottish use.) Why? Well, all one has to do is imagine the myriad situations in which one might use this word.
This just sounds like a word that was made up by a couple of bored linguistics grad students on a slow day at the office.
What if I cause my peanut butter and jelly sanghwhich to fly into the air. Is there a special word for that? Does it matter if the PB is smooth or crunchy? What about frog spraints? Or maybe I mean frog frass.