|allegorican (n., adj.)|
An allegorican headmate or metamate is the embodiment or personification of a concept that is integral or otherwise personally meaningful to a system. These headmates may be symbolic of key moments in the system's life, or represent a process the system is going through. As such, they may be constant, or may change according to the change the system is going through.
Examples include personifications of significant events, trauma, and healing processes.
Allegorican headmates may hold any other role within a system.
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Enkian headmates may be considered allegorican surrounding the topic of pregnancy.
An intuimate may be considered allegorican in reference to the system's subconscious.
A brainmate may be considered allegorican in reference to the system's thought process.
Sentient system functions are the non-headmate equivalent.
Allegorican headmates may be considered conceptives.