From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
incarnagenic (n., adj.)
Applies tosystems, headmates
CoinerThe Nathyl Polyplex

Incarnagenic refers to a member formed through non-harmful and non-consuming (meaning the components continuing to exist) merging or splitting of other members, possibly as a blend that manifested. This new member does not necessarily share aspects of the members they originated from. This term can also describe a system largely consisting of members formed in this manner. Coined as an alternative to some types of splitting and merging that clarifies that the experience is not distressing for the affected members. [1]

Members formed in this manner may be called Incarnamate.

Systems that regularly form incarnagenic members may be considered Incarnatien or Incarnabased.

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Incarnagenic members usually start as blends, and an introject of a blend is called a fustive.

Mergegenic headmates are those who resulted from a merge, but are not the merge themself.

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