I’m so glad you’ve asked!
One night, a lot of years ago, I was sitting with some friends at one of the friends’ house and we were doing nothing. No TV, nothing special, just yacking for the most part. It got to about three in the morning and one of my friends said completely out of the blue, “Nothing rhymes with silver.” Hmm. That was something new for my brain to process. So like idiots, we went through the alphabet to make sure his claim was indeed a fact. Nope, nothing did. In our interestingly bored little brains we decided to invent a word that did rhyme.
Our new word. Meaning: the feeling one gets after having stayed awake for an unnecessary amount of time while accomplishing nothing.
So, if used in a sentence one would say, “I watched the Hairdini infomercial for hours last night and now I have the pilver.” One can also be pilverized, as in “I rearranged my trash cans last night and now I am going to be pilverized all day.” You cannot really pilver something or someone else. For the pilver is a noun.
I encourage others to adopt this word as I would like to be remembered by Merriam Webster when I pass. So go, count your eyelashes or rewash those dishes in your cupboard. Then tomorrow, use the new word and we can start a revolution!