New Terms and Nonexistent Terms

New Terms A-D

  • Andor: and/or
  • Circles: obese people
  • Culture: societies compared with other societies
  • Dad: positive aspects of the male parent
  • E: he or she; him or her (non-gender specific pronoun)

New Terms E-H

  • Father: negative aspects of the male parent
  • Godinterm: adj. This term refers to the time when all positive, ideal traits are exalted in the use of a single term that only slightly hints at the term’s proscribed definition in daily use. For example, “human” “civilized,” “soul,” “pure,” “virtue,” “beauty,” etc. Notice especially when this is used in The Bible. Any term using this is synonymous with each other insofar that they all mean “good” to the person using it.
  • The Great Controller: money
  • The Great Divider: Opinions
  • The Great Lesson: the 20th Century
  • The Great Warning: World War II
  • The Greatest Story: everyone’s life
  • Happiness: Whenever I refer to happiness I refer to what I perceive is the happiness Thelma from Thelma and Louise has when she says, “I feel awake”

New Terms I-P

  • Memory: container of oral literature
  • Memory San Kofa: God
  • Mom: positive aspects of the female parent
  • Moment of Moral Weakness: regret
  • Moment of Recollection: conversion experience
  • Mother: negative aspects of the female parent
  • Ne plus ultra: the highest point capable of being attained; nirvana
  • Onely: only
  • Onyx: Black; Negro; Colored; African-American
  • Paranoid: the feeling that people are staring at you
  • Prostitute: a lover who does not discriminate
  • Psuche: soul
  • Pt: Past, present, and future; was, is, and will be

New Terms Q-T

  • Rememberers: historians
  • Remembrances: history
  • Society: the system of bias
  • Soulculture: individuals
  • Spacetime: space and time
  • Tree of discrimination: tree of knowledge

New Terms U-Z

  • The Unknown Variable: the Answer
  • Wilderness: nature
  • Gynergy: making up new words to describe that for which patriarchy allows no words
  • Grammar book of sorcery: uncovering lesser known or obsolete meanings of words
  • Be-Longing: using unconventional punctuation and capitalization to suggest new meanings

Nonexistent Terms

  • Any antonym or synonym (Why: See Antonym Theory)
  • Any adjectives (Why: Although adjectives are necessary at times for communication, every adjective can create a person’s identity and should be understood to have a very personal definition.)
  • Beauty (Why: indefinable)
  • Death (Why: indefinable)
  • Love (Why: indefinable)
  • Originality (Why: every idea is recycled.)
  • Time (Why: Time is merely relative.)