or cam·el·case, Cam·el·Case
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the convention of writing compound words or phrases with no spaces and an initial lowercase or uppercase letter, with each remaining word element beginning with an uppercase letter: iPod and WikiAnswers are both spelled in camel case.
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Origin of camel case
In reference to the capital letter creating a hump in the series of letters
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