I've been looking for a term that describes a phrase, unbroken into individual words, which could have multiple meanings depending on where it's divided. It's hard for me to even give good examples without being able to successfully search more about this phenomenon (I've tried), but here's a simple example: "aratslap" could be "a rat's lap" or "a rat slap".
I found this article on Wikipedia, describing unbroken sequences of letters: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scriptio_continua, but I couldn't find any related articles that were particularly helpful. There was another decent example of what I'm talking about, though: "chartable" could be "char table" (In case the reader's unfamiliar, a char is a noun in computing. It's a single character) or "chartable".
I ask because I think something like this could make an interesting title in some kind of work... The clear openness to interpretation is interesting.