From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
outernaut (n., adj.)
A mainly golden yellow flag with a pastel yellow stripe down the middle horizontally, nearly being of equal sizes. On the light middle stripe, two parallel navy blue stripes run the majority of the length of the flag, starting at the left side. A golden star ends the blue stripes.
Applies toheadmates
CoinerFuture Hope Collective

An outernaut is an alternative to the term host. It's a headmate who is primarily in charge of fronting, external life, and daily matters. A system may have one, multiple, fluid, or no outernauts.

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

It was coined with the term perinaut, but the suffix has been used later on with dissonaut & bionaut. It is based off "astronaut", as they are both individuals who explore and exist in outside worlds; whether it be space, or the shared reality.

An innernaut is the opposite of an outernaut, being any headmate who is not the host/co-host.

History[edit | edit source]

Outernaut was created specifically for the Blossom bot, but after the shutdown, the Future Hope Collective created this page for their terms, to create a proper citation.[1]

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