From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
innernaut (n., adj.)
A mainly blue flag with a black stripe in the middle running from left to right, and a star near the right side of the black stripe with two golden stripes tailing it. An inverted version of the outernaut flag.
An inverted version of the outernaut flag, which was originally created by Cluster Brains.
Applies toheadmates
CoinerThe Felight system

Innernaut is an antonym to outernaut/perinaut. An innernaut is defined as any headmate who does not presently take on the role of primary fronter, host, and/or co-host of a system. As innernaut is a blanket term, one may or may not still front, and they may or may not take on other roles. An innernaut may later become an outernaut or vice-versa.

Term Origin[edit | edit source]

"Inner" means "inside or contained within something else."[1] The suffix "-naut" was chosen to cement innernaut as an opposite to outernaut.

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

An outernaut is a term for the primary fronter of a system, and a perinaut is a system's co-host.

History[edit | edit source]

Innernaut was coined by the Felight system in January 2023 as a word to describe their non-outernaut headmates.

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