From: Keith Henson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 08 Apr 2004 - 12:15:34 GMT
At 08:39 AM 08/04/04 +0100, you wrote:
> --- Keith Henson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >
>Varnian sounds like a good name
That was actually a goof on my part for not changing the subject line.
But thanks for pointing out that it might make a name for the psychological
trait of going to war when the population gets out of balance with the
ecosystem. "Varnian" of course would be a person so affected. "Varnia or
varni or even varn would the psychological root mechanism or trait.
None of the candidate words based on Greek, Latin or even German have
really jumped out as strong contenders or like marshalling already have
>- as long as you
>aren't breaking any of Aaron's ethical guidleines.
I suspect this was a joke, but have not heard back from Aaron recently.
>especially clause 1.05
>"Such action might include referral to state or
>national committees on professional ethics, to state
>licensing boards, or to the appropriate institutional
>In the case of the Varnians, this would presumably be
Sheesh. Checking with Starfleet (putting these words into Google)
indicates they have other uses as names and company names. One link to
Varnian gives this from some D&D game.
Aucorans enter combat with zeal and a bloodlust that would put a Varnian
Knight (Knights of Varn, the Tiranian god of War), to shame. ...
www.darkholmekeep.net/darkreach/aucorans.htm - 5k - Cached - Similar pages
That's suggestive. Varnophilia might work. Eros is Greek for attraction,
overpowering and gives a kind of sexual context. Varneros?
Google comes up blank for both of them. Comments?
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