Dromedary words are becoming more common. They are words with at least one Capital letter in the middle where parts of two capitalised words have been pushed together as a single word, usually he name of a product. The imaginative picture is of a hump in the middle. Although of doubtful gramatical provenance (most are from marketing departments) they are eyecatching.
The computer language Perl refers to the usage as CamelCase and the picture on the Perl website is of a dromedary not a camel. Perhaps this discussion is best left in the hands of lexicographers and zoologists.