In official Eldraeic, there is a single word – not hyphenated, even – which means ‘one who creates a forced-growth cross-gender clone of him/herself, imprints the brain of said clone with an animus/anima-inverted fork of his/her own mind-state, and then proceeds to marry his/her new duplicate’. (There is also a parallel word that refers to following this same procedure with a same-gender clone and a non-a/a-inverted fork.)
Having established this, we can now make the following four deductions:
1. That when you put over a trillion sophonts together, even the most weird people and socioforms get their own words.
2. That however weird you might think yourself to be, you’re almost certainly weak beer in comparison with what is, statistically, quite a large number of people.
3. That Eldraeic, as a language, is more agglutinative than any language has a right to be.
4. That it’s probably a good thing that it’s quite a long word.
Pingback: Cultural Tells of Language « The Eldraeverse