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Git, Get, Bigot Duality Theory

Posted in Languages, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 14, 2016 by Drogo

To ‘beget’ seems to have some relationship to the words git, get, and bigot.

– Drogo Empedocles

Git or ‘yit’ was old english for ‘you two’. The phrase ‘you two’ can be interpreted as ‘both of you’, almost like a doppelganger; there are two ‘you’s’, as in fact you are saying ‘you and the second you’. Old country folk kept using the term ‘gyit’, in ways that may have been insulting for any number of reasons (classist, racist, bigoted, etc); so it became known as an insult after generations of use.

Get or ‘acquire and have’. Got is the past tense of get aka ‘had’, so bigot may have meant ‘two have had’ (Bi-Got / Be-Got), almost inferring an inherent hypocrisy in reproduction (yin-yang, duality of male-female). To possess something or someone is similar to get something or someone. ‘Possess’ also has two meanings; to hold control, and to be inside another. Got of course is also related to ‘god’, as in Swiss ‘by-god’. This gets into the ‘i am god’ / ‘son of god’ historical-linguistic issue, which is long enough for another essay.

A git or a bigot is a person that makes another self, perhaps in the future, that is destined to disagree with them, or attempt to replace them at some point, for any reason. This meaning of words has complex psychological concepts involved in the cultural historic definition, therefore dictionaries have probably not been adequate to record or teach how we think of these words. There is a natural parallel with this duality concept of ‘two selves’ and Janus, or the god with 2 faces. Threshold guardians are mysterious keepers of secrets of life, of light and dark, of two perspectives. The fear is always that they will be Jeckyl and Hyde, the evil making the good suffer.

To me these meanings were intuitive, and I remember feeling their greater implications as a child; when watching He-man and seeing his doppelganger Fakor, or in the Never Ending Story with the mirror of Atreu, or how confusing and mysterious creating, possessing, and being a creation of another was. Getting a thing, or begetting a child, makes another you, that is not yourself.


Harpers Languages

Posted in Languages, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on July 7, 2016 by Drogo

Languages of Harpers Faery

These are not all the languages, nor are they full dictionaries of the languages, merely a basic guide. It is worth noting that these languages usually have their own alphabet and cultural interpretations of symbols; in addition to word and name differences. In this guide we only use Common symbols for simplification of quick universal translation. There are some hybrid words between human and faerie languages, because cultures have cross-over evolution blending.

Human Languages

Common, most common words of all Humans (Base Root)

Basic, words of Bards

Art, words of Artists

Northern, words of Nordics

Southern, words of Sothians

Eastern, words Atlantians

Western, words of Peaceans

Faerie Languages

Fae, most common words of all Faeries (Base Root)

Nom, words of Gnomes

Dwar, words of Dwarves

El, words of Elves

La, words of Fairies

Gob, words of Goblins

Tol, words of Trolls

Org, words of Ogres



Fae, most common words of all Faeries (Base Root)

Hello / Bye – Aey / La

Please / Thanks – El / Le

Give / Take – Nam / Tenna

Trade – Namtenna

Yes / No – Ha / Na

Nom, words of Gnomes

Hello / Bye – Oi / Noi

Please / Thanks – Wawa / Washi

Give / Take – Glee / Fill

Trade – Gleefool

Yes / No – Ah / Ha

Dwar, words of Dwarves

Hello / Bye – Dow / Tow (also bring)

Please / Thanks – (none) / Warsh

Give / Take – Ship / War

Trade – Warship

Yes / No – Da / Nac

El, words of Elves

Hello / Bye – Ey / Le

Please / Thanks – Ell / Lee vat

Give / Take – Nam / Tenna

Trade – Namtenna

Yes / No – Ha / Na

La, words of Fairies (mainly fairy-elves, but also includes some Pixies and Sprites)

Hello / Bye – Ay / La

Please / Thanks – Al / Le va

Give / Take – Nim / Tinna

Trade – Nimtinna

Yes / No – Ha / Na

Gob, words of Goblins

Hello / Bye – Ya / Ye

Please / Thanks – Yaa / Yee

Give / Take – Lob / Greb

Trade – Gob

Yes / No – Yee / Ka

Tol, words of Trolls

Hello / Bye – Raw / Ash

Please / Thanks – (none) / Tank (means ‘you do not need that’)

Give / Take – Ka / Graw

Trade – Trogg

Yes / No – Tog / Rah

Org, words of Ogres

Hello / Bye – Ho (announces presence)

Give / Take – Grip / Grap

Trade – Gripgrap

Yes / No – Og / Ra

Japanese Words

Posted in Languages with tags , , , , , , on October 11, 2010 by Drogo

Drogo’s favorite Japanese Words


yes – hai


no – eiyae


good afternoon / day – konnichi wa


good evening – konban wa


good bye – sayonara


thank you (very much) – domo (oregato)


please – dozo


call – denwa




school – gakko


class – jikyo


friend – tomodachi


blackboard – kokuban


pencil – empitsu


paper – kami


after school class – juku


small work group – han


straw mat – tatami


apartment building – danchi


pinball machine – panchinko


Japanese writing character – kanji


warrior – samurai


warlord – shogun


foreigners – gaikokujin


cashier – kaikei


cash – genkin


uketori – receipt


today – kyo


yesterday – kino


bath – basu


book – hon


car – jidosha


chewing gum – mu


rain – ame


cloud – kumo


fog – kiri


wind – kaze


hot – atsui


fire – kaji


man – hitori


cow – meushi


crab – kani


ant – ari


fly – hae


earth – chikyu


teeth – ha


diving – tobikomi


wise – kashikoi









Celtic Welsh Words

Posted in Languages with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on September 6, 2010 by Drogo

Drogo’s List of Celtic Welsh Words

adeilad = building           aderyn (adar) = bird

ahnod = difficult

afon = river                   agor = open

allan = out                      afal = apple     alban= scotland

amser= time                  anfon = send

anghofio = forget          = remember

anghywir = wrong        de = right, south

anferth = huge              anadlu = breathe

annwyd, sal = illness             ar = on

ar unwaith = at once    araf = slow   argoll= lost

arbennig = special arian = money

aros = stay, wait           arwydd = sign

at = to, at, located

bach, bychan = small     byr = short

bardd- bird singer        balch = proud, happy

bara = bread

byd = world

bellach, nawr= now              beth = what

blodyn, blodau= flower blwyddyn = year

bob = always, every              bodlon = satisfied, willing

bore = morning      brifo = hurt

brokk- by rocks (brook), badger

bron = almost (brown=brown)     brwnt, budr = dirty

bryn = hill              bys = finger   byw = live

bwydo = feed          bwthyn = cottage

cadair = chair        cae. maes = field    cael = get

cath = cat               casau = hate           cartre = home

caled = hard           canu = sing     caru = love

carr (karr) – to carry, a cart

ceg = mouth   cegin = kitchen      celwydd – lie

ci (gi)= dog               cig = meat       clwb=club       coch=red

coed = wood   coffi=coffee   costus=expensive

cor – short, dwarf

corff = body   crac = angry         crwn=round

cywm, cwm, quim, dyfryn= valley, feminine

cwrw =beer   cychwyn =start

cyfarchion = greetings        croeso = welcome

cyllell = knife         cymorth = help      cymru = wales

cystal = so, equal   cysgu = sleep         cynnes = warm

chi = you         chwalu = destroy          chwarae = play

da = good, right      do = yes  de = right, south

dal, tal= tall, catch        danfon = send

darn = piece   diflannu = disappear

diwedd = end          din = home, hearth        dinas = city

diod = drink            diolch = thank you

dod = come, bring          dogfen = document

dolmen = daol (long flat) + maen (main stone)

deon, dion = dune, hill, fort, man

drwg = bad     drws = door           dwr = water

derwydd = der (oak) + (wydd) wood, druid

dydd = day

(llun = Monday, mawrth = Tuesday, mercher = Wednesday, iau = Thursday, gwener = Friday, sadwrn = Saturday, sul =Sunday)

dyfodol = future for a man         dyn, dion = man

e, fe = he, him, it

efo = with       eistedd= sit     ennill = win, earn

eto = again

fanna = there        fel = like, as    finnau, i = i, me

fferm = farm         ffordd= way  fforest=forest

gaea= winter gawl= call       gan = by

gardd=garden        golygus= good looking

gwanwyn= spring         gwynt = wind

gogledd= north      gorllewin= west

haf = summer        heulog= sunny       hi= she, her, it

heno = tonight

hithau= she, it        hwon= this, one

hunan= self            isal = lower    ian = up

karr- car, cart, carry

lloegr= england     llong= ship

mai= that

mab, mabon= son            mam= mother

math = type of kind       mawr= big

mel = honey    menywn = woman, butter

mynd = go       naddo, nage = no            neb= no-one

nature=nature      neis=nice        newydd=new

ni = we, us      nesa = next, near

nofio= swim

nol = fetch      nos= night               o = of, from

oer= cold        os, pe = if

pan = when     pen= head, end       peth= thing

pleant= child          poeth= hot      pont= bridge

pwy= who               rhoi= give, put

sut= how         syth= straight

tad = father   tan = until       teg= fair    tegan=toy

talu= pay        taro = hit        tirlun= landscape

torri= break, cut          tau= about apx.      tu= side

troed = foot, trod         ty= house

wyneb = face         wedyn= then, later       wy = egg

yr= the           yma= here      yn= in      un= one


dw i = i am              wt ti = you are

o’n i = i was             o’t ti =  you were

maen nhw = they are

“keep-a-look” = look       -ydd, -nnod, -oedd, -nau

na fydda= no i wont be

Celtic Gaelic Words

Posted in Languages with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 6, 2010 by Drogo

Drogo’s Guide to Gaelic (Remnants of an ancient Celtic Language)

Gaeilge (Irish Gaelic), Gaidhlig (Scottish Gaelic)

(An evolved into Am= a, an, the) Ann=in it   -an = plural

Abair (radh)= say          Agus = and, as

Alba = Scotland     Alasdair= Alexander

Abhainn (aving)= River

Am Maireach (amarach) = Tomorrow

An Nochd(nochk)= tonight   An Raoir(rawir)=lastnight

An De = yesterday      Maduinn (ma-ting)= morning

An Drasda= Now         An Seo(sho)= here

Air= On it     Air son= for          Air Falbh= Away, off

Arm = Army         Aran= bread          As = Out, off

Barton = Britain           Blathan (blahan)= flowers

Buail (boil)= strike         Baile (bala)= Town

Boidheach (boyach) = bonnie, beautiful

Boirionnach (borunach)= woman

Bruich (brooech)= boil, cook        Beag, bige(beeka)= tiny

Cearn (-a, -an)=region, corner, kitchen

Creidsinn (kretshing)= believing, thinking

Cuir = put       Caileag (kalag)= girl

Car (cuir)= twist, bend, trick      Co= who

Cor= (coir, cuir)= condition, state

Coille (kyleya), fiodha= wood       Craobh (kroov)=tree

Ceo (kyo)= Mist     Ceum (kaym)= step, walk

Cum (cumail) = keep, hold             Crion = withered

Dail (dalach, dailthean)= riverside meadow

Damhair= October      Dana= bold     Dara= second

Dhachaidh (dachy) =Home   Taigh (taee) =House

Dheas = South       Dheasol= southern

Dion(a) = protect, shelter            Druidh=Druid

Dona = Bad            Math (ma)= Good

Doon = Fort          Do / Gus / chun= To

Dorra= difficult           Doire = grove       Droch = bad

Each = Horse         Ear, Sear= East

Eire (Ire or Erin)= Ireland   Fasa= easier

Fan=stay  Fann(faoon)= weak

Fios (fiss)/Eolas= knowledge       Graidh = Love

Gaidhlig = Gaelic   Gearr= short, cut        Gun=that

Iain = John             Iasg = fish      Iar, Siar= West

Im (eem)=butter

Lugha, beag = smaller, less

Loch (loch)= lake            Leig (lyayk)= let

Mal =rent      Mac= son       Math= (Maa)

Maighstir (maystir)=Master

Mo= my         Mor= bigger         Moran = many

Nollaig (nolig)= Birth / Christmas

Oran = song          Oraid = speech

Pogue = Kiss / Male prostitute

Righ Deorsa (ree jorsa)= King George

Banrigh Ealasaid = Queen Elizabeth

Rug = catch, bore, lay

Seomar(shomar)= room       Sgriobh(skreev)= Write

Seolta (sholta) = wide-awake, cute      Solair = supply

Sid (side) = weather

Sinn (shin)= shall not     Sine (Sheena)= Jean, older

Sion = Something, anything          Sith = peace, quietness

Sgian(skean)= knife        Suidh (sooee)= sit

Siubhail (seubal)= go, walk, die

Slainte (slanche)= (toast to your) health, toast, cheers!

Slighe = way, path, road       Sluagh = people, public

Sneachd (snaech)= snow

Samhuinn (Samna) = November

Samhradh (samhraid) = Summer

Smaoin / Smuain (smooin) = thought

T= ch              Tart = thirst

Tapa Leat/Leibh(layv) = Thank you

Teine = a fire        Teth = hot      Tearlach= Charles

Tir (cheer)= land, country          Tog = lift

Trath (tra)= early

Tuath = North, left, deiseil (against the sun)

Deiseil, deiseal = ready, southward

Ulaidh(e) = Treasure

Ululo (Latin= I howl) Ululatus = Celtic Warcry / Ululare = To Cry or Cheer

Ur = your              Ubh (oo)= Egg