From the Ancient Greek tmēsis, which means a cutting
When a word or phrase is separated into two parts at a syllable break, and another word or phrase is placed between the parts. It is mainly used to emphasize a word or for humor.
Within absolutely:’Oh so lovely sitting abso-blooming-lutely still.’ (from My Fair Lady)
Within hooray: Hoo-bloody-ray
Within another: That’s a-whole-nother story.
Do you use tmesis in your speech? Please share an example.