From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
visocuer (n.)
Other formsVisocuee, Visocuist
Applies toheadmates
CoinerThis is it

A Visocuer is a headmate whose role is to see. This means their role is to front in situations where seeing certain things is necessary. Whether this be seeing clearer, seeing colour, or both. They may have better vision than other headmates or may be less easily distracted or affected by visual stimuli.

Term Meaning[edit | edit source]

  • Prefix vis- meaning visible or vision
  • Affixe -ocu- meaning eye
  • Suffix -er meaning person (Visocuer)
  • Suffix -ee meaning person (Visocuee)
  • Suffix -ist meaning person (Visocuist)

History[edit | edit source]

This term was made in thought of the body reacting to different headmates in different ways. Specifically in the vision sense.