From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
gemanimanati (n., adj.)
Applies tosystems, system functions

Gemanimanati is an origin for plurals who have been plural throughout their lifetimes with one other soul, or a twin soul, reincarnating into one body repeatedly.

The souls may take turns being hosts, it may be random, or one soul may be the host in every incarnation.

Gemanimanati comes from the Latin roots “geminae animarum," meaning "twin souls," and "nati," meaning "born."

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This is a soulbased term and a subset of protogenic.