I have a sentence that describes an action that a character can perform that isn't a standard kind of action like run, jump, etc. It's a word used to describe a somewhat "proprietary" capability inherent to the kind of characters being used in the story being written, similar to a human superpower or something along those lines. For the sake of simplicity, let's assume this action word / verb is "gaette" (and pretend the word describes a thing someone can do by way of thought alone). So with that in mind, an example of a sentence I'm trying to write that used the above word might be as follows: "John Smith gaetted once, and when he did, he was able to understand the puzzle." My question is this: Should "gaetted" be capitalized since it describes a proprietary action inherent to the story's universe / characters / culture or is the way I wrote it above perfectly okay?