I can be a bit of a stickler for correct terminology at work.
Recently we have been dealing with the effects of Large Receive Offload on our application. To quote wikipedia
It works by aggregating multiple incoming packets from a single stream into a larger buffer before they are passed higher up the networking stack, thus reducing the number of packets that have to be processed.
I have heard people at work refer to these as Jumbo packets. I am aware of Jumbo Frames in Ethernet. I think there could be confusion because Jumbo Frames are about what flows on the physical network - they affect the MTU, whereas LRO is only in the software layer and the MTU hasn't changed.
Is it correct to refer to any packet over 1500 bytes as a Jumbo packet, regardless of whether it was flowing on the physical network or not?