Synchongenic

From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
synchongenic (adj.) (adj.)
Applies tosystems
CoinerElysia of the Gaius Collective

Synchongenic is an origin term that describes a subsystem that formed due to two or more headmates partially fusing with each other.

History[edit | edit source]

Elysia of the Gaius Collective coined this term on November 24, 2021, putting the term onto their collective's shared Tumblr page (linked here). Xe coined it to describe xyr experiences with how xyr subsystem, the Gemini Cluster, formed.

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

Fusion is the process of two or more headmates or fragments becoming one.

Subsystems are systems within systems; often when a headmate has a system of their own.