A number of websites translate "scelerisque" from Latin to English as "chocolate." I am skeptical of this claim, as I can find no trustworthy source of confirmation.
Rather, I see reputable sources translate "sceleris" as "criminal," and so "scelerisque" would mean "and a criminal" (or so my barely intermediate knowledge of Latin would suggest).
Is it correct, I am wondering, to translate "scelerisque" as "chocolate"? If so, is it neo-Latin? Or is it just a misunderstanding stemming from the use of "scelerisque" in "ipsum lorem" dummy text (as is the case)?