Is this really a word? It does not appear in major dictionaries (e.g., OED, Miriam Webster, Chambers). Maybe it has been erroneously brought in from another language?
It is a word people use in regular conversation. That alone merits an entry for this or any word, regardless of whether or not it is found in major dictionaries. If this has an article:
Then anything can, provided it is part of the English lexicon, whether it is slang, an acronym, or what have you. The purpose of Wiktionary is not to decide what is or is not a word, but to provide definitions for the words that people actually use. That said, dictionary.com cites the Random House Dictionary as listing this word. 220.127.116.11 21:45, 26 January 2010 (UTC)Last modified on 26 January 2010, at 21:45