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Well I derived the name many years ago -- guessing about 1988-89 for the main character in a Sci-Fi Fantasy novel I started. It's a coupling of both Sindarin and Queyan ( Tolkien elvish languages - so it's syntactically incorrect by JRR's standards.) I'll let those who know how to decipher such things figure out it's meaning. I'll just say its meaning obfuscates my pride in diversity. Anyway it became my handle on the web when it came along. It use to have much more than just Perlmonks hits when it was googled, but I haven't gotten very far on my conversion of my novel to a virtual world, so those links don't show up anymore..

but they will, eventually


In reply to Re: Name Space by coreolyn
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