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nebuvisum (adj.)
Applies tosystems
CoinerDödstöld Package

Nebuvisum describes headspaces that are seen through a fog. Locations and other headmates may seem blurry at the edges, and interacting with the headspace may be difficult. The "nebu" may be a loose reference to Latin words like "nubes" or "nebula", meaning cloud or fog; roughly, this label translates to "cloud vision".[1]

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The Dödstöld Package multiplex coined this term, along with the rest of the naming system, the -Visum Collection.

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

As part of the -Visum Collection, this can be combined with other terms within it, like nebuvisum if the headspace is rendered obscured, or sanavisum if the only way to get around within the headspace is with echolocation.

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