Our family has a word that, not only do I have no idea how to spell it, but I have no idea where it came from. We say "jewalkerjawed." It is used in this context: "My socks are all jewalkerjawed" when, for example, the heel has worked its way to the top of your foot. It usually refers to clothing but not exclusively, and usually to mean something is off-kilter or needs to be straightened. As I said, I'm not even sure how to spell it, I'm just guessing based on pronunciation.
Does this sound familiar to anyone? I'm dying of curiosity to figure out where we got it. I'm from Michigan in the US with family from Scotland, Czechoslovakia (Bohemia at the time), England, Germany and various connections through Canada I haven't figured out yet (including some Native Americans).