From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
fhinanara-kah (n., adj.)
SynonymsSpiritwork Terminology System
Coinerbrought into this world by Meilerah Lánaβas of the «Cosmic-Ygdrasil Realms Blue-Irenic» vhenah
Originfrom an exosprache used inworld in the coiner's system/tharyath

The Fhinanara-kah system of terminology, or alternatively the Spiritwork Terminology System (it was originally conceived to provide an alternate lens for describing plurality in an explicitly spiritual-based, but nevertheless inclusive of non-spiritual and psychological systems, framework) is a terminology system brought into this world by Meilerah Lánaβas of the «»Moonlight Symphony Exoplex/Tharyath«».

It aims to provide alternative terms for plural concepts, as well as augmenting and expanding areas of plural terminology viewed as lacking nuance or areas that remain undescribed by mainstream language. Fhinanara-kah terms are 100% freely inter-usable with mainstream plural terms, and are not intended to conflict with them at all.

Fhinanara-kah is based on an exosprache spoken by the terminology system's creator in fhaer innerworld, and as such, uses no English-language or even Earthly-language roots, meaning it may be hard to understand, but is culturally neutral to an extent, in terms of the etymology of terms.

Basic Terms[edit | edit source]

Some basic terms in the Fhinanara-kah system include:

  • Tharyath, roughly equivalent to system
  • Zellan, roughly equivalent to sisasystem
  • Navha, which includes both tharyaths and zellans as a neutral term
  • Kkaila, anyone who shares a brain with other people; a system member
  • Vhelek, meaning "to front", and its literal translation Command (as in, commanding the body)
    • A person who fronts is called a Vhelekkar; a frequent fronter a Vhelekkar-maath; and the general term for a host Ayasse (also spelled Ayase), though it has a different connotation from host, instead of being similar to the term Herald.

Origin Terms[edit | edit source]

Fhinanara-kah de-emphasizes origins, with architecture and functioning terms more prominent. However, there are some basic origins, and many microlabels as well. The root word used to coin origins is din, also spelled edin.

There are several other origin terms as well.