Lacteagenic

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
lacteagenic (n., adj.)
Synonymsmilkywaygenic
Applies tosystems, headmates
Coiner HerbPhoenix

Lacteagenic refers to a system, member, or other formed from or because of the Milky Way Galaxy.

Lactea is latin for Milky Way, and -genic is the commonly used suffix to refer to a system or headmate origin.

History[edit | edit source]

Lacteagenic along with persarmgenic, scucenarmgenic, normarmgenic, sagitarmgenic, and 3kpcarmgenic were coined on June 28th, 2022 by HerbPhoenix. HerbPhoenix was bored and wanted to make some terms based off of the milky way and it’s arms, and so these terms were coined in the Pluralpedia Discord Server.

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

There are five terms similar to lacteagenic based on each arm of the milky way, all coined by HerbPhoenix

  • persarmgenic - formed from or because of the Perseus Arm apart of the Milky Way Galaxy
  • scucenarmgenic - formed from or because of the Scutum-Centaurus Arm apart of the Milky Way Galaxy
  • normarmgenic - formed from or because of the Norma Arm apart of the Milky Way Galaxy
  • sagitarmgenic - formed from or because of the Sagitarius Arm apart of the Milky Way Galaxy
  • 3kpcarmgenic - formed from or because of the Far and/or Near 3kpc Arm apart of the Milky Way Galaxy