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As Xangles and Xangles sagas are a fuzzy mix of the real and the unreal, the following is a partial list of a few hundred key fictional Xangles terms (Frangles terms, Blorkk terms, etc), real Xanglic scientific and phylical terminology, and some existent real world Earth terms and people in terms of how they apply to Xangles.  The terms particular to a certain Xangles frwoa will eventually be posted with more thorough descriptions within that frwoa, as well as remain here. (i.e. Frangles terms will be listed on a Frangles terms page).

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As a general rule search for singular words rather than plural ones ("brick" rather than "bricks", unless the word is essential to the phrase or word, such as the title "Writer's Bricks").  If you find a word or phrase is contained in another word or phrase in your search, go to all the results.  I.e. if you search for "jack" and get "lumberjack", hit next until you get to "lumberjack".  If you search for "frwoa depth\" and get "bubble frwoa depth\", hit enter a couple times until "frwoa depth\" is displayed.  Some words have related first letters ("faruzche" is Generikan "fair use"), and many words have different meanings when capitalized (i.e. "Earth" means the planet Earth in English, while "earth" means ground), so look up and down a little near your result, or run a case sensitive search to be sure (depending on whether you're looking for a general word or some sort of proper noun, though keep in mind the two can be intertwined).  For convenience, first names in Frangles are generally restricted to a single character, so there's little need to search for a full name, but if you do, search for the last name first with two slashes (Kirby/ Kyle/).  A gray "spell check" list in brackets follows some terms with misspellings and improper capitalizations, so if your search lands you in a dismal gray purgatory of unreadability, look at the entry just before it.
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SPOILER WARNING:  A xeder (that's you) may not want to search for words, terms, or characters, whose meanings haven't been revealed to you yet, if you intend to read a full Xangles / Frangles / Blorkk book (or more), as all terminology will be defined and explained internally in a full book.  If you're reading shorter passages, searching for foreign terms may help, but keep in mind this might spoil some of the surprises of the stories if you intend to read longer passages later.  If you look at the glossary in Robert Jordan's books for example, reading the glossary of Book 3 will give away some plot elements revealed in Book 1; in a vast nonlinear structure, it's difficult to hide terminology, so use discretion when to look up a term!  A major part of how nonlinear fiction functions is by the crafted utilization of unfamiliar plot elements the moment the xeder jumps in, to create a sense of mystery (such as the first ten minutes of a movie where we're drawn in and want to know who these characters are and what's happening to them).  Ideally, very little reading should require a history of reading anything before it, except for individual pages or chapters.

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Be aware of the methods of avoiding eye strain when reading from your monitor.  One is to optimize your computer and monitor settings.  [If you have XP, turn on ClearType by going to Display Properties (right click desktop) > Appearance > Effects > Use the Following Method to Smooth Edges of Screen Fonts > ClearType.  You can also select "font size" under Appearance to enlarge your fonts if you ever strain to see them].  Others are to keep 20-30 inches from your monitor and allow your eyes to be level with the top of it, to not put it in a place with any bright lights behind or over it or directly on it, and dimming it so it's not overly bright.

Note that fractal images can make you a little dizzy after long exposure, or on large monitors.  If you find this occurs, you can always cut and copy the text of any page into a blank word file if a text version of the page is not posted.  Be especially careful of staring at any fractals too long if you are prone to epilepsy or on medications that list dizziness as as a side effect.  
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Pronounciation
[pro NOWNCE ee AE shun]

Xangles Index of terms (XIT) pronounciations (and often the spelling of terms themselves; that is, much of what follows can factor into figuriung out the pronounciation of terms while coming across them in prose), are written intuitively rather than via a phonetic system you have to reference. We think this makes things easier for you to use XIT as a quickie reference, as well as easier for us to bulsh away our laziness in not fleshing out a precise system. However, if you are offended by either of these excuses, here are some official rules for you that further flesh out our bulsh that we spend extreme time and thought on these things.

1. A standard dictionary word or common- use slag word is often used where possible, and such a word should override its intrinsic phonetics. If you see a term or syllable (or multiple) with the spelling of a word you're familiar with, that's probably the intended pronounciation of that term or syllable(s). If it wasn't a standard dictionary word, the word "gross" could arguably be pronounced with a short O, given that many words ending in "OSS" are pronounced this way (mOSS, tOSS, lOSS, etc.), but since "gross" is a common word, its standard pronounciation (with a long O) should be considered first.

2. Common words are often modified to intuitively emphasize that the word is pronounced like the word it resembles rather than referring to a pronounciation system you may not be familiar with. I.e., "DOGG" may be used instead of "DOG" to emphasize the G is hard and the O is short.

3. Non-words should be pronounced primarily via the consensus of sounds in similar cases. E.g., a single-syllable word consisting of a consonant, a one-letter vowel, and a one-letter consonant, is usually pronounced with a short vowel (big, bad, frog, flag, rag, tag, flip, flop, mug, mop, stop, etc.). Hence, "FREX" would be pronounced with the "FR" in most or all words starting with "FR" (especially one-syllable ones and/or ones that contain a single E, such as FRet, deFRost, etc.), followed by the sound "EX" in the majority of words containing "EX" as a syllable (vEX, sEX, complEX, EXit, EXtra etc.) Especially prevalent is that "EX-" by itself is already a defined and common prefix (ex-girlfriend, ex-lumberjack, etc.) Even further, it's common slang (it's a nickname for an ex-spouse or ex-girlfriend, etc.). Although, note these are not unanimous factors. The fact that "FREX" is similar in spelling to "FREAKS" (in particular, the "KS" here has the sound of an "X") might be taken into consideration, but it's not of prime importance in this case given the above slew of arguments for a short vowel.

4. Slang, nicknames, brand names, coloquial terms, shorthands, abbreviations, and so on, are factored in with a comparable weight to official, proper, standard dictionary words, especially when context-relevant. E.g., while "INT" may already intuitively bring to mind the "INT" sound in the words: mINT, tINT, hINT, prINT, wINTer, and INTelligence, the last of this list would have a very special weight if the XIT term in question is in a context dealing with a wizard. Not only is intelligence a key/cliche and intuitive attribute of a wizard, the precise abbreviation "INT" is a well-known one in many fantasy role playing games. Even though a wizard may occasionally drink a pINT of beer ("INT" in this case having a long "I"), the above factors (a high number of words with "INT" as a short-vowel syllable, and that drunkedness is a less valuable attribute to spell-casting than sobriety and proper frame of mind), the above factors should be considered to overwhelm this (any other) minor factors.

5. Common existent pronounciation systems should also be taken into account. While these aren't directly referenced while writing XIT pronounciations, lifeitme exposure to the systems certainly factor into decisions of how to spell a pronounciation (whether consciously, un- or sub- consciously, or both/all).

6. Known, common, and/or pre-existent XIT terms should be taken into consideration. Since "flupluple" is an often-used verb/noun when dealing with Flutonian pigeons (incidentally with an especially fleshed out derivation), a newly posted, coined, or discovered term falling in a relevant ballpark (animals, actions, etc.) may more phonetically relate to "flupluple" than more unrelated terms such as: fridge, upload, Ifrit, lustful, Fantastic Four, franchise superpower, law, law firm, law firm prosecution attorney, Frangles law firm prosecution attorney filing Fair Use paperwork for infringing Fantastic Four franchise uploads, etc. For instance, consider coming across the term "FLUPUPHOLD". The last six letters of this form a standard word whose last syllable is stressed rather than its first. (That is, "uphold" is pronounced upHOLD rather than UPhold). This is a strong factor giving weight to that "flupluphold" might be rhythimcally pronunced "FLUP-up-HOLD" or "flup-up-HOLD", but the similarity of the "flupup" in "flupuphold" to the "flupLup" in "flupLuple" should be considered first. Hence, without further context, we should suspect that the syllables of "flupuphold" are more likely to be rhythimcally pronounced "flup-UP-hold" or "FLUP-UP-hold". On the other hand, if "flupuphold" is defined to be "one who upholds the morality of flooding pools for fun" (in a context not involving Flutonia, pigeons, animals, silliness outside of the intrinsic absurdity of the word's spelling, etc), and the term's spelling is explained or recognized to be phonetically derived from its definition (i.e. "flooding pools for fun" may have been condensed to "FLUPUP"), that "flupluple" is an existent XIT term should have minimal weight. Since the word "uphold" is present (even key) in the word's definition as well as its spelling, its pronounciation should be weighted much more heavily. Of course, if "flupuphold" is defined in a brick to be "the upholding of the morality of fourthwalsely confusing feathery Flutonian freers", this is an epitome time to just plain go look up the word in the XIT.

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!@#$-/ (expl): A curse substitute for whatever four letter word mot be implied by context, obtained by the symbols above the keys "1234" on Earth xnet keyboards.  syn $#@!, frack.
$#@!/ (expl):
see !@#$.  (obtained from the keyboard keys "4321")
@emit/ Tom, should I insert the definition of @emit here or not?  Make up your !@#$ing mind already.

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Adams/ Douglas/
(real real person): The author who inspired the humorous style of Frangles perhaps more than any other single individual, where by "inspired" a friter usually means "cruelly ripped off from."  Though from another frangle, perhaps Douglas Adams used a total perspective vortex to jump ahead on the Earth time line and hence rip Frangles off, which is coincidentally a frangle only shared by friters and no one else.
{douglas adams\  douglas/ adams/ douglas\ adams\}
anomaly/ (real n.) [ah NOH muh lee]: As in a strange, bizarre, or unexplained event or occurence, such as an irregularity with the fabric of space-time (or the equivalent of whatever Xangles universe the anomaly is a part of, such as the thought-space of Zeroa or thought-matter Flutonia).  Since Frangles is nonlinear, a space-time or thought-space anomaly in Frangles might actually expand in many IDS directions or dimensions or axes, causing the same problems for different characters.  (A ship encountering a freak space-time anomaly in Flurth or Florbb might be dealing with a mutated thought-anomaly that stuck around from the first age of Okuaka (Flutonia), or could be the exact same anomaly but from a different temporal frangle) {anomely/ anomally/ annomoly/ annomolly/ annomely/ anomoly/ annomoly/ anomolly/}
Aristotle/ (real real Greek philosopher): A Western philosopher who may or may not have strongly influenced Xanglic phylo, depending on your point of  view. {aristotle/}
Artie/ (character): A young ponderous boy living at the very dawn of Okuaka.  Chronologically, the first numerical Frangles character. {artie/}
auo'-/ (as prefix): Old Old Old [thing], as in a [thing] from a previous age or era.
Auo'wirl/ : 1. Old Old Old World  2. Generikan word for Flurth
Avik/ (character) [AVV ik]: A troublesome young dorian.


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billenium/
(n) [bih LEH nee um]
 billenia/ (pl) [bih LEH nee ah]  (math)  A period of a billion years (not an official real life word).  Xangles explores the larger picture beyond that of the galaxy and the time line of a particular known universe (or "ku"), requiring a common term to discuss the time line of an entire ku and the evolution of its life and sciences.  In Xangles fiction, the progression of our ku (Okauka) spans 87.8 billenia from its big bang to its big crunch (Earth physicists were off a bit).  As this isn't an officially defined english word, it's often spelt with one 'n' as xiters are infamous for squishing every possible drop of fusion and brevity into their terms. {billennium/ billennia/ bilenium/ bilenia/ bilennium/ bilennia}
be/ (v): Xangles considers that all Being (the universe, or the Fractal), is here because nothingness--or what might have remained nothingness--breaks apart into perfect symmetric opposites or inversions.  Xangles considers that Descartes only got things half right in concluding "I am" from "I think."  That instead, the observation that a whole bunch of random useless stuff exists, necessitates the equal conclusion that a whole bunch of un-stuff exists--or rather, un-exists--at the same time ( that is, less than exists or inversely exists, rather than simply not existing.).  Hence, the Xanglic version of the verb "to be" might be best translated as "to half-be."  Of course, recursively, this translates to "to half-half-half-half-[ad infin]-be."
Being/ (n): Xangles adopts the Western Philosophy convention of referring to all that exists, as "Being" with a capital B (among other things), as opposed to any form of the verb "to be," such as "I think, therefore I am" (Descartes) or "I became a ripe tomato this morning," or a noun form such as "All the being going on in the universe is a tragically needless waste of everybody's time."  
(syn): universe, Fractal, Xangles, existence, Whole Sort of General Mish Mash (Douglas Adams).
bitheism/ (n): see "semi-theism."  Technically, bitheism refers to the particular idea that theism and atheism are both correct as opposed to both being half-correct (semi-theism).  Semi-theism and bitheism both agree that the agnostic's belief that neither theism or atheism can be proven, is just plain dead wrong.  They both agree that whether there is a god can be proven, but disagree on the truth value that the proofs result in.  The bitheist says theism and atheism are both correct, whereas semi-theism says they're both sort of both and sort of neither, which is sorta saying the same thing anyway.   (syn): semi-theism.  (ant): agnosticism
Blast/ A Frangles wallpaper if nothing else.
blink/ (v): A word that means many different things across Xangles, but primarily refers to the near-instantaneous quantum teleportation of a being or object from one location in space-time (or ID space, or the Fractal, or Being) to another, whether achieved through thought, science, or magic (moka), or some vaguely defined and confusing idea of what it means to "blink."  In the skit-prose medium of Blorkk and the incorporeal philosophy of the final frangles book Zeroa, many things are left purposely vague and undefined to shrug off the infinite laziness of Xangles writers with the excuse of infinitely inspiring the vast imaginations of the frused freaders.
blinker/ (n): In fiction, an unoriginal metaphysical parody of jumpers and Jedis.  In science/phylo, like a bored, distracted nomad with a hyperspacial space-time quantum teleportation device.  In the way a "jumper" might teleport all over the planet, blinkers tend to "blink" around infinitely dimensioned space (IDS), appearing randomly throughout the Xangles frwoas, usually mysteriously, leaving only scattered clues as to who they are or  what they can do.
Blorkk/ (ku): The only other known universe anybody knows about.  {Blork/ Blorkkk/ 2nd known universe\ blorkk/ blork/ blorkkk/}
Blurka/ (character): The name of every single Urgg female.  
{blurka/}
Bob/ {monks of bob\ monks of Bob\ Monks of Bob\} (character): Who knows?
boardpong/ (game): A fictional bounce sport (see "bounce") as well as an example of a real life idea for the development of such sports.  Boardpong is a Kroffonian game perhaps best descriped as a cheap rip off of quidditch, blitzball, and arkanoid, played on hoverboards (floating skateboards) and magnetic tekica balls that  stick to the bottoms of the boards when caught, or can bounce off the board to be relayed to another player (much like the ability to catch a ball on an arkanoid pad, or bounce it), depending on the player's quick decision.  The theory of the game is the application of future technology  to current athletic competition in some way or another.  Playing a sport in the air rather than the ground would obviously have many advantages, such as movement in all directions instead of a 2D plane.
{board-pong/ bored pong\ bored-pong/}
Borb/ (character(s)): 1. Bob the orb.  2. Bob the bot orb.  3. Bob the krforb.  4. Bob the xorb.  {borb}
borb/ (n): short for "bot orb" (see "bot orb")
bot orb\  (AI): An artificially intelligent little orb that ziffs around in the air, saving all frwoas in the universe from the wrenchingly aweful comic relief of C-3PO's idiocy, at least in any frwoa where they're more prevalent than the humanoid androids built by the more egotistical robotic engineers.  Of course, R2-D2 still kicks ass, however obese and clunky.
{bot-orb/ botorb/}
bounce/ (pogo! pogo! pogo! sorry), also bounce sport\ (n, v, adj): A general theory template for a real life, intense, high-skilled, high-focus, and and very complex-relay form of a sport, achieved by maximizing the use of travel of a ball through the air rather than the ground, where the players are, and who get in the way of relaying the ball multiple times, disallowing the need for intense complex relay strategy on the fly.  A tennis player uses all their "bounce" focus to return the ball instantly to the opponent without pausing, but this could be combined with a team sport, requiring all that focus in addition to calculating the angles of complex relays, adding more mathematical skill as of a speed chess or Go player to physical play.  Lacrosse could be made more of a bounce sport by modifying a lacrosse stick to act as a bat or tennis racket as well, as could ultimate frisbee by involving the unexplored skill of relaying the disc instantly multiple times in the air with little or no contact time with the disc.  These would require the higher skill and stamina to intensely gauge the field before one has the ball.
Brark/ (nickname): The condensed dual nickname for Brett & Mark ("Joe felt guilty all ditching Brark at the bar without a ride to pull an all nighter with a drunk chick").  syn. Met. {brark/}
Brett/ (see Broark)
brick/ bricks/ (n): 1. As of the first sevthing of Frangles, 'brick' is the primary word used to refer to a single, indivisible prose fragment (in Frangles taking the form of an uninterrupted scene, which can vary anywhere from a paragraph to a couple dozen pages), that combined with others forms plethoras of  nonlinear, re-arrangeable reading material.  This new medium (fractal nonlinear artworks) is the unique thing that Xangles / etc has to offer and the way much of its material is structured.]  2. A frwoa fragment of any kind that can be re-arranged with others to form more complex structures.  3. Short for a writer's brick (see "writer's brick").  (v): 1. To work on any type of artwork in general involving modularity, or with modularity in mind while working on a non-modular artwork.  2. To re-arrange the pieces of a nonlinear work into more complex structures (or a similar action), for instance, to order and proof read hundreds of different orderings of Frangles pages trying to find one that's coherent enough as a standalone publishable work.  2. To attack or harm by throwing bricks at, which could have many different meanings in context via imagining how the hell you could actually use a frwoa module or a page of text as a ruthless weapon.
Bro/ (nickname): Short for the friend duo Brett-Joe, Brian-Joe, Bob-Joe, Brett-Jimmy, and/or Simon and Garfunkle.
Broark/ (nickname): The condensed collective nickname for the pseudo- couch potato trio Brett / Mark / Joe (in decreasing order of apparent intelligence), who mot live around the time of Florbb when entire planets of humans are often created for entertainment purposes.  ("I asked Broark if they wanted to go out tonight and they said they were busy watching Kyle reruns instead).  From their frangle, Kyle's life is just a show, just as watching Seinfeld or Friends would be to us if we were peeking in on the lives of real people rather than contrived television frwoas.
{broark/}
buffakalo/ (animal): A Kroffonian buffalo {bufakalo/ bufakallo/}
Butterknife/ (character): Spoof of Jigsaw from the Saw series.  {butterknife/}

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carbonite/
(n): An AI / machine / alien / etc term for a human being ("carbon unit" is used in Star Trek I)
chapter/ (n): In Frangles, a chapter is precisely 7 fages/scenes long.  Most standard terms that mean a story of a certain length (i.e. page, novella, book) are given Frangles versions (fage, nova, frook) to distinguish from the ambiguity of a standard passage, and a Frangles passage (or fractal passage), given that a frangles page ("fage") can vary from a paragraph to a dozen paperback lengthed pages (PLPs).  But, "chapter" is one of the terms that's kept as is, because a chapter can vary significantly in length, and can also have a very general meaning ("40 years of marriage was a horrid chapter in Fred' life".)  But it's also to have at least one solid familiar reference point when using all the other funny terms.  I.e. the meaning of: "the first fage of chapter 3 of the frook" is easier to induce by context than: "the first fage of frapter 3 of the frook" (and also sounds ridiculous).  (see fage, nova, frook, frhaga)
circu-linear/  math adj): The fusion of linearity with circular cycles.  In Xangles, "nonlinear" usually refers to a vast dizzying plethora of infinitely dimensioned points of view or events, etc, or at the least, some finite number of them (such as Frangles being seven nonlinear books which you can read in any order).  Hence a time line that might otherwise seem linear (such as the big crunch of Okuaka to the big bang, or from morning to night of one day), but bends back on itself instead at each pole (the big crunch of Okuaka causing the big bang and running through the near-exact progression of the known universe again and again, or a groundhog day of someone living the same day over and over), is just an itsy bitsy bit more "nonlinear" than a straight line, so this is called circu-linear.  That is, a circle and a line in mathematics can be fused as the exact same thing, if one simply equates one end of a line or line segment with the other as precisely the same endpoint, and considers that every point on a circle is the start and end of a linear line. 
{circulinear}
confruse/  confrusing/  confrusion/: A very confrusing confrusion of 'confused', 'frown confused', 'frown confusingly', 'fuse', 'fruse', and "fuse 'fruse' and 'confused' into 'confrused' " (see fruse, frusing, frusion)
contrive/ (real v)  contrivance/ (real n) contrived/ (real adj,v): To contrive something is to awkwardly bend or manipulate or mold it to whatever desired end, to the point where that manipulation is obvious in the end result.  [A particular real life xiter-esque style writer once commented that line by Oasis "Slowly walking down the hall / faster than a cannon ball" seemed contrived to deliver a word that rhymed with hall].  The concept of contrivance has a special and involved application to the nonlinear fractal-like writing of the fictional Xangles sagas, in which characters and events are inextricably and infinitely self-intertwined.  To deliver a line at the end of some chapter which is meant to crystalize multiple plot elements from multiple xangles (points of view) at once, can result  in not just one but many levels of awkward contrivance if not done right, especially with the skit-prose of Blorkk in which every single line is carefully intertwined with many others.  One major problem with Xanglic contrivance is that a line or plot element may seem contrived even when it's not, because knowing one thing must lead to another brings up questions as to the composition methods of such structure.
Crayon/ (AI): A friendly O/S on Mark's computer if nothing else.

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Dan/ Danny/ (character): An unfortunate human who gets sucked into a slew of bad generic horror frwoas, often with an equally generic girl in constant generic danger.  His primary character development lies in coming to terms with the ethics of the potential necessity of human suffering for the entertainment of others.  
{dan/ danny/}
Darlene/ (character): the dyslexic secretary who initiates the big bang by misreading the memo that starts "Tony, put the blue bush..." as "Push the blue button."  She's a very busy person, usually busy typing on her computer (or Age equivalent) and shooing away any little annoyances that disrupt her work, such as anybody at all who tries to interact with her.  She's also a very vifa widely referenced character, often referenced when some generic secretary is in need of mentioning.  She's a good example of a Frangles character/term/etc that aids in bridging different stories in a seemingly crafted way but that friters are really just mentioning whenever she comes in handy without much thought as to how she can be so widelyknown/applicable.
Dawn Of Okuaka\ 1. The Age of Flutonia (the first age of Okuaka)  2. The very first moments of Flutonia (& hence Okuaka).  (see Dawn Of Time).  
{dawn of okuaka\ Dawn of Okuaka\ Dawn of okuaka\}
Dawn Of Time\ 1. The Age of Flutonia (the first age of Okuaka).  2. The very first moments Of Flutonia (& hence Okuaka).   3. The very beginning of all existence rather than just the known universe, however one might interpret the idea of the "beginning of existence."  4. The beggining or first moments of time itself (or the idea of time), rather than anything to do wtih space.  5. The fusion of the two previous: The dawn of space-time.  (see Dawn Of Okuaka) {dawn of time\ Dawn of Time\ Dawn of time}
depth/ (see 'frwoa depth')
Developing Arts Council\ DAC/ Eh, just read about it I'm too tired to think right now.  (ooo, no, not the lazy punishment ray!  i'm sooo scared.  wait, has that thing even been tesswhwhwahaUGHzZzZ..)
doggo/ (animal): a Kroffonian dog.
dorian/ (n,v): A dalmation-skinned angel and paladin-like race of Kronerica or Geffonia, the fusion of "Kroffonia" and "Generica" which are used only in this single sentence in the entire Xangles universe. 
{dorien/}
doo/ Acronum: "Dawn Of Okuaka" {Doo/ DOO/}
dot/  Acronym: "Dawn Of Time" {Dot/ dot/}

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Earth/
(focus): If you lived here in the 155th billenia, you'd be home by now.
{earth/}
e'auo'-/ (prefix) Old Old Old [thing], as in a [thing] from a previous age or era.
E'auo'wirl/ : 1. Old Old Old Old World  2. The Generikan word for Earth 
echo/ (n, v): In standard English, the word echo might be bent poetically for metaphorical or metaphysical use, such as "The events of 9/11 echoed down through the years" or "I passed the eerie echo of a stray thought in my dreams," where such uses are the core definition of the word in Xangles rather than an audible noise.  If we look at a fractal image as a temporal map of time progressing from one area to another (a graphic time line), we'll see infinite instances of one pattern in space-time echoing through all others like a "drop of water in an endless sea" (Kansas, Dust in the Wind).  A poetic use such as Rush's "Test for Echo" would be less creative in an environment where such use in commonplace, whether real or fictional.
eclesis/ (n) [eh KLEE sis]: An "eclipse genesis."  In the ku Blorkk, during a lunar eclipse, a moon actually ceases to exist as it is eclipsed, and is actually formed (rather than just revealed as in Okuaka) as the eclipse releases.  This analysis of the event is a general consensus among everone from the less intelligent Urgg phylors and phyts (who say, "Well, if you can't see it, it doesn't exist") to the phylors and phyts of superior intelligence, who say exactly the same thing except with more thorough logical and scientific proofs.
{ecleses/}
elephant/  Oh, come on, now you're just looking up random shit.
efk/ (n): A race of Generica, a parody on 'elf' and 'ekk,' the latter of which is another term only used in this single sentence in the entire Xangles universe.
eon/ (real n): A very, very, very long period of time.

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fage/ (noun) [like 'page' with an 'F']  [slightly antiquated: This definition is accurate up to the first sevthing of Frangles, and is currently not assigned a tweaked definition, see 'brick']  Short for "Frangles page" or "fractal page".  That is, one single continuous scene in Frangles or a similar fractal nonlinear prose frwoa; the basic building block of Frangles nonlinear structure, which in combination with others forms the many different possible Frangles stories.  It's designated by a 6-digit number, often separated into three groups for easy reading, i.e. "111.777".  The fages of Frangles are set up in a 7^6 matrix: 7 fages form a chapter, 7 chapters form a nova (novella), 7 novas form a frook ("frangles book" or "fractal book"), 7 frooks form a frhaga (a 7 book saga), 7 frhagas form a 49-frook saga, and 7 of those form the 343-frook structure of Frangles.  A fage can vary in length from a paragraph to a dozen standard reading pages, just like a scene in a film can be long or short.  Although this does require a measurement untit to quantify the reading-page equivalent of a given amount of Frangles reading material, such as a "PLP" (Paperback Lengthed Page).  Ex: "The 49-fage, 300 PLP-long nova called 'Skip Square One' "  Syn: frage.  (see brick, frwoa, frwoa fragment, PLP, modular, FFM).
Fair Use\ Fair Use Act\ (real life legislation): The Fair Use Act of the United States allows use of copyrighted material to an extent without permission, for various uses via many factors, such as creative use of the material (rather than duplication), nonprofit nature, nondefamatory nature, influence on the the work's value, parody of the material in question (rather than use of the material to create art about something else), educational nature, and/or right to comment on the original work.  In brief, Fair Use legally allows most of the intuitively obvious exceptions to the blanket copyright law that an owner has full and total control over any possible use of their artwork, for instance, using brief quotes or small pictures or clips on Wikipedia or a newspaper should be obvious exceptions.  More extended use of material (such as for a fan trailer mixing movie clips with copyrighted music) brings the use into a much grayer legal area of what exactly is allowed under US law.  Xangles takes effort to adhere to the safe end of the pole and refer to copyrighted material in a minimal manner and/or in ways believed to adhere closely to well established cases of what constitutes fair use.  Most allusion or involement of any external material either comments about the material from within a fictional medium, which generally falls outside copyright law entirely (one could write a thesis about Korn without obtaining Korn's permission), or jokingly compares Xangles material to similar material in the way that anybody might compare any work of art to a thousand other frwoas of the same genre which preceded it.  If Xangles commits any violation, it's the well noted violation that it simply rips off everybody and everything so thoroughly and completely that there's really nothing in particular anybody can do a damn thing about. 
{fair use\ fair use act\ fair use act 2007\ fair use act of 2007\ Fair Use Act 2007\}
faruzche/ (n):  The mysterious Generikan equivalent of Earth's real real life "Fair Use" legislation (allowing right of parody), that binds all stories and helps sustain the existence of Generika (from the frangle that Generika--and all the scifi/fantasy it parodies--is one giant story, which from a real life Earth perspective, it clearly is).  Generika is the most parody-oriented Frangles universe, so the concept of Right of Parody is actually integrated into the story.  The danger of a time to come when faruzche disapears reflects the real life xiters' worst fears of lawsuits suing Frangles Generika for copyright infringement.  Such a legal threat--perhaps remote because Xangles considers itself to adhere closely to the safe end of Fair Use legislation and has the best lawyers in the known universe on call--would quite certainly threaten the characters and events in Generika, so faruzche is quite literally the Generikan understanding of Fair Use law, not simply a metaphor or something inspired by it.  This is a prime example of the way Xangles tries to intermingle reality and fiction. {farush/ faruze/ faruzch/ faruchz/ faruchze/ faruche/ frushe/ frauzche/ farozche/ faruzche/}
Mr. Flick/ A vifa publishing agent in Flutonia, who helps Skip's evolving writing along and aids him in getting published.  {Mr. Flick\ mr. flick\ mr.flick\ Mr.Flick\ mr. Flick\}
fflip/ (v): the action of looking up something up in fFlip (see fFlip), e.g. to "fflip through fFlip".  When fFlip is a sentient being, this has the connotation of "picking fFlip's brain" via conversation.
ffpb/ FFPB/ (acron): Frwoa Fragment Permutation Book
fFlip/ (book, bot orb, krforb, O/S): 1. An encyclopedia (primarily in Frangles) which parodies the fictional Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy in the published novels of the same name by Douglas Adams (which itself parodied Asimov's Encyclopedia Galactica).  2. Any of an infinite plethora of bullshit excuses defining fFlip as anything other than the former in order to hide fFlip's Hitchhiker's-rip-off nature, such as mentioning the fact that at least Xangles doesn't actually literally compare itself to the hitchhiker's guide the way the hitchhiker's guide compares itself to the encyclopedia galactica.  (This would be bullshit because fFlip bears a striking resemblance to this very index which quite clearly has demonstrated allusion to the Hittchhiker's guide just in this definition).   3. A sentient version of fFlip.  
{Fflip/}
FFM/: Acronym for "frwoa fragment module"
flip/ (n, v): 1. see fflip, fFlip.
Florbb/ (focus) [FLORB]: A planet just about dead smack in the middle of the 87.8 billennia progression of Okuaka (the known universe).  As Okuaka is seven ages, the fourth would be the middle Age, with three before it and three after it.  By this half way point, the general category of studies referred to as sciences, has progressed to the point where it can no longer evolve without becoming something beyond science (tekica, then moka, then thought, respectively, in the next three ages).
{Florb/ florb/ florbb/}
Flu Swamp\  (n): The only known swamp anyone in Okuaka knows of in the only other known universe we know of (Blorkk).  {flu swamp\ flu Swamp\ Flu swamp\ Flu/ flu/}
Flulitzer/ (capital 'F'): a "flulitzer" (lowercase 'f') that leans especially toward a more specific nature.  ("Skip couldn't accept the great Flulitzer prize of the publishing coorporations of Minor Usher because he saw the name of the entire publishing company as being plagiarized from a Douglas Adams line.  However, many armchair English majors would have offered him a flulitzer for a book on the legal ethics involved in the matter.")
flulitzer/ [FLUH lit zerr] [origin: condensation of "Flutonia" with "Pulitzer Prize" of which its primarily a parody] 1. A vifa prize or award of some sort (perhaps a general type, or perhaps a specific award, such as a "Pulitzer prize" of which it's largely a parody) for a well written frwoa, especially one relevant or relating to prose literature.
flupple/ fluppling/ fluppled/ flupally/ (v/n, v'/n, v-, adv) [FLUHP uhl]: One of the many variations of "flupluple", each which has a slightly different meaning based on the subset of phrases comprising "flupluple" that most closely resembles the variation.
flupluple/ fluplupling/ fluplupled/ fluplupally/ (v/n/expl, v'/n, v-, adv) [fluhp LUPP uhl] [Origin 1. A phonetic fusing / condensation of the words and phrases: fly, flew, flap, ruffle, flutter, flop, leave, left, leap, leaped, flee, flip, hover, fled, plop, pester, landed, shuffle, leaf, leaves, rough, flower, florist,  floral, foliage, park, food, fed, disrupt, bug, bugged, walk, rustle, fluster, flock, loop, loopy, little, play, pigeon, puddle, pond, trouble, double trouble, triple trouble, quadruple, quintuple, septuple, flirt, friendly, pester, bird, pet, farther, further, feather, feathery, flighty, gulp, trip, free, land, lucky, up, forgettable, forgetful, assemble, pigeon parking, look for pigeons, look for people, up to trouble, up to double trouble, up up and away, up and away, fly in place, pigeon feed, people feed, FEED THE PIGEONS, DON'T FEED THE PEOPLE, found a pigeon, found a person, find a place to feed, drug, drugged, tripping pigeon, trip on a pigeon, try tripping with the pigeons, trip the people, drug the pigeons up and trip on a leaf, tripping on pigeon feed, "Hello, fluffy fellow, drunk on pigeon feed this early already?", popcorn, bread crumbs, popcorn & bread crumbs, bread crumbs & popcorn, found a feather, fluff a pillow, stuff a pigeon, stuff a person, stuff people pull.  Origin 2. The sound of flapping wings changing frequency while coming, going, accelerating, or decelerating, e.g. "flupluple" can be broken down into three similar syllables: FLUP . LUP . UL, suggesting a riff of the same repeated sound getting shorter or softer, such as wings flapping faster or getting more distant.]  1. To flap one's wings in an excited, scared, friendly, pestering, ambitious, daring, disgruntled, and/or ambivalent and day-to-day manner, often suddenly or in haste and usually in a small radius, such as when taking off, landing, or removing oneself several feet from danger until the chances for bread crumbs outweigh the risks of a potentially fatal scenario, or to flap one's wings simply to shift velocity, direction, or altitude in the air in a way that requires extra wing movement for a short time as opposed to that needed to maintain a basic course and speed over distance.  2. To do anything at all even vaguely relating to fluplupling, or to any thing or action which even vaguely phonetically resembles it.  (See any of many similar sounding variations, each which has a slightly different meaning based on the subset of the phrases that phonetically comprise "flupluple" that most closely resembles that variation.)
fluton/ (n) [FLOO tohn] flutonic/(adj) [floo TOH nik] (also flutofon, flutophoton): Similar to protons, neutrons, electrons, nutrinos, and medacholorians (the latter of which the current friter of the index is too !@#$ing lazy to look up the proper spelling of).  From one xangle, they are Aristotle's "primary elements" of all there is, binding existence like an infinite sea of duct taped plastic balls children jump into.  It is the initial solidification of pure general thought at the end-dawn of time into vaguely coherent thoughts, which will then evolve to the full solidity of the physical sciences and then get vague and general again as science progresses to moka (magic) and then back to pure thought.  {flutonnic/ flutonik/}
flutonium/ (n): Flutonian thought-equivalent of plutonium / aluminum / adamantium, or any other real or fictional element / molecule / substances.  Flutonia occurs before the corporeal materialization of physical matter as current day Earth sciences understand it, so one might say flutonium is a vague idea for the periodic table.  In the sense that plutonium is unstable, one might say flutonium is an unstable vague idea for plutonium, and potentially destructive if thought about the wrong way.  Or, it could be thought of as basic thought-resource like the physical metal or oil or coal of current day Earth.
Flurth/ (focus) [FLUHRTH] : The Frangles frwoa between Kyle Kirby of Earth, and Florbb, named "Flurth" simply due to the trouble of having two foci in a row taking place on Earth.  E.g. since Frangles is a nonlinear saga and it's difficult to label the books numerically, one way of referring to its frwoas (books) is by where they take place (Frangles: Kroffonia, Frangles: Florbb, etc), which would leave a duality for "Frangles: Earth."  It is also a concept in the Flurth frwoa which mot or mot not be being brainstormed or fritten at the moment.  (Of course, from some other xangle, all Frangles books which take place on Earth could be considered a single frwoa, so "Frangles: Earth" could actually refer to this collective work of art).
 Fluto/ (krforb): A krforb who starred in the very first Frangles wallpaper, often mentioned sporadically in Frangles to feign he has some other purpose in life.
Flutonia/ (focus): The first period of time after the dawn of time, in which everyone around takes some time to gather their thoughts into vaguely solidified ideas before continuing the solidification of them into fully corporeal confusion. (see Skip, fluton, flwoa). {flutonia/ flutonnia/ Flutonnia/}
flwoa/ (n) [FLWoh-uh, or FLOW-ah]: Flutonian work Of art.  As Frangles defines terminology to refer to art that's presented in multiple, fused, undefined, unspecified, unknown, and/or vaguely defined or developed art mediums, terminology exists to discus general works of art, or works of art for multiple, unknown (etc) mediums.  "Frwoa" ("FRactal Work Of Art", see 'frwoa') is one of the most key terms in Frangles (for reasons made clear within Frangles prose), and a "flwoa" is (generally) a subset of a frwoa, a specific frwoa: a Flutonian frwoa.  Flutonia is a token place where the entire idea of art and creativity are even more general and brain-manglingly vague than usual in Frangles & Xangles (as many art concepts have yet to be invented and/or fleshed out), so a flwoa is a more "fuzzy" concept to those in Flutonia speaking it (and hence for the newbie freer) than the much more fleshed out term "frwoa".  (Be careful not to confuse terms that mean "fuzzy this or that", with the term itself being only vaguely defined as a Xangles term.  For instance, the English adjective "vague" is not a vaguely defined English word.  Rather, it's a precisely defined term of what type of generality it refers to, fleshed out through centuries of use). (see frwoa).  {floa/ flowah/ flhoa/ fwoa/ fwoah/}
flomp/ (v): Just like it sounds.
focus/ (n) (plur foci/): as in the mathematical sense, like the foci of an elipse which define the shape of the elipse, except applied more tangibly to deal with discussing nonlinear science, phylo, and fiction.  E.g. in standard Earth science/phylo and fiction, we refer to a linear saga in terms of book 1, book 2, etc.  In a saga that's carefully constructed to be read in different orders, there is no book 1 or 2 (except where labeled as such simply for purposes of referencing them).  So we'd say each book is a "focus of the saga" rather than "book number X," just as the places and characters that story might be about are also foci of the saga (like Jordan's ta'veren).  Or in philosophy, that "Ethics of Whatever" is a focus of a full thesis of "Whatever" written in sections to be read in any order, rather than section X of that thesis.
{focii/}
frac/ (expl)  frack/ (expl): 1. A curse often used in direct parody of the "FRAK" pseudo-curse of Battlestar Galactica, hence claiming (or perhaps desperately grasping for) the general legal Fair Use right of parody (the single law--incidentally--and coincidentally--that if ever removed would curse all Xangles fiction to burn in a fiery legal hell for all eternity).  2. An original non-parody and non-battlestar related curse that by some freak chance just happens to have the exact same pronunciation, at least from some remote obscure frangle not shared by anyone on Earth but the Frangles writers.  The offered [(bullshit)] reasoning is that the single keystone English word binding and self-integrating the Frangles saga and near the top of the list of encompassing Xangles project is the word "fractal" ("Frangles" literally means "fractal angles," an idea that the entire saga is built from), so it's quite possible the first syllable ("frac") could have been decided to be used anyway, for a lack of the vast plethora of hardcore sounding variations of the "F" word.  {frak/ frakk/}
fracology/ (discipline): A vaguely defined term referring to any mix of fractal philosophy, chaos theory, Xangles science/phyo, etc.  syn. fractology  {fracollogy/ frackology/}
fractal/ (real math): A fractal is a self-similar image, on Earth considered to generate from the equation z=z^2+c.  Xangles, and in particular Frangles (which means "fractal angles"), attempt to apply the concept of a fractal to fictional writing, as well as creative science and philosophy.  Any given thing or set of things in the universe might interrelate intrinsically from some particular person's frangle--for instance, schizophrenics (or schizofranglics) often see patterns connecting seemingly unrelated books or images that others don't--but Frangles attempts to apply those types of self-similar patterns in a way that those who don't usually see them can understand and appreciate.
Fractal/ (n) [FRAHK tuhl] With a capital F, the reference to all there is as a great living and self-intertwined fractal.  syn. Being, space-time, the universe, ID space, the whole sort of general mish mash (Douglas Adams), the Force (as in Star Wars)
fractology/
(discipline): A vaguely defined term referring to any mix of fractal philosophy, chaos theory, Xangles science/phyo, etc.  syn. fracology
frag/ (n, v, expl, adj): n. Short for "fragment".
frage/ (n): a "Frangles page" or "fractal page", see 'fage'
frangle/: (n): A "fractal angle."  As a fractal breaks apart into infinite self-similar images, so does existence break apart into all life and things and experience.  Our interpretation of what some fractal-like image--or object or experience--means and is, is as varied and variable as the infinite number of similar images it's a part of.  For instance, if we point to a green blobbish area on a colorful fractal, someone might claim it's an alien, and another, a splotch of mulg.  syn. xangle.  
{frangles/}
Frangles/ (Xangles saga) [in order of evolution of the term, oldest to most recent] 1. A 7-book (standard book) saga covering 7 years of the life of the schizofranglic teenager Kyle Kirby, who via his strangeness sees life in many different dimensions, ways, and from many different angles.  2.   A slightly more catchy and hence dumbed down for dummies term for the Xangles sagas, which originally didn't quite make the cut because the domain wasn't available.  3. The saga re-re-named shortly afterwards when the domain was obtained for roughly $650 trillion.  4. A 7-book (or seven-frwoa) nonlinear saga, the second of the Xangles fictional sagas, covering various characters and settings throughout one cycle of Okuaka, our known universe.  5. The main over all encompassing saga of which Xangles, Blorkk, etc, are sub-sagas of.  That is, as of this term update, officially Frangles is a "Xangles saga", specifically Xangles Saga #1, but from a next-door frangle (or xangle), one could say that Xangles is a "Frangles saga".  I.e. Frangles, Xangles, Blorkk, etc, all have similar and interlinking themes and styles, so it would not be hard to re-write certain key material to imply that one is a parent of the others.  A good way to visualize this is to think of each saga as a fragment of the same fractal.  If we zoom in on a particular fragment, we see that much that was around it is now inside it, as what's outside and inside it are often very similar / redundant.  6. A particular 343- standard Earth book "fractal nonlinear" fictional humorous saga with a structure of 7 to the 6th pieces (7x7x7x7x7x7): 7 sets of 7 sagas of 7 books of 7 novellas of 7 chapters of 7 pages, intended to cover many different angles / points of view / sub-stores / takes on or of a single rich complex story; a structure not to be confused with the nonlinearly structured children's series Choose Your Own Adventure which offers different time lines and story paths, whereas Frangles is more akin to a long-run soap opera or multi-series science fiction saga in which many different things are happening to different characters in different settings at any given moment.  The difference is that Frangles is carefully structured to allow an extraordinary number of ways to read that large story, each with a full, crafted structure.  While a Frangles writer may not have particularly revised such and such a suggested reading order, the individual pieces and general over all structure are designed for all those orders to make sense.  The content and events of the saga and of all the pieces and passages are always evolving and undergoing revision and redefinition, but in general involves satire of various human experiences, sciences, philosophies, and societies, via generic parodies of general collective artistic works, styles, themes, and niches.  For instance, Kyle Kirby's story is a generic take on every day teenage life as well a commentary on Western Psychology in general and how it treats oddball individuals; Skip Friter is a parody of your average novelist or writer and the horrors of the business of publishing; Jebb is a generic parody poking fun at every single Fantasy (/Sci-fi) every written (etc).  7. As of its 1st "sevthing" (essentially a 6/7th budget cut), a particular 7 to the 5th saga (7x7x7x7x7) rather than 7 to the 6th, noted to be a slightly different entity from the original only in that the saga evolved quite a bit up to the structure change and it serves as a good evolutionary marker.  Frangles ongoing evolution may be followed at frangles.com, and particularly on a day-to-day basis, its main updates page (frangles.com/updates).
Frank/ (character): A bartender who rarely speaks, but when he does says something vifa meaningful, humorous, or relevant to the current story/brick.  He's often listening/absorbing what's going on without being a part, and sometimes has something wise to say or something key to contribute.  He's a very generic parody of all sorts of similar "side" characters in RRL fiction, e.g. Silent Bob from Kevin Smith's movies, Kazaan from the film Cube, the Oracle from the Matrix films, Guinan from Star Trek: TNG, Yoda from Star Wars, Frank the Bunny from Donnie Darko, Bijaz from Dune.
fread/ (v) [FREED] freader/ (n) [FREED err]: To "Fractal-read" (i.e. to "fractal read a frwoa"), or to frwoa-read or Frangles-read, or one who does so.  
This is a subset of "freeing", meaning reading a frwoa relayed through text rather than a general [fractal] work of art of any given medium or combination of mediums.  (see frwoa, freer, free)  2. the past tense of verb "to free".
Freckler/ (Lt): A siff starship officer in the 3rd Age of Okuaka. {Lt. Feckler\ lt. Freckler\ lt Freckler\ Lt Freckler\ Lt. freckler\ lt. freckler\ lt freckler\ Lt freckler}
free/ (v) (past tense: fread): 1. To read or view or see, a fractal or frwoa or frangle.  That is, to be a freer or the action of doing what a freer does (see freer).  ("I fread Pride and Prejudice yesterday" / "To free Hamlet or not to free Hamlet; it is a question of whether Shakespear's tragic frwoas will help or worsen suicidality" / "The free frwoa I fread on Fruseday" / "No fractal in life is free; you have to render them your damn self!")
freer/ (n): [Origin: a careful phonetic balancing of any of the cominations of the terms: <fractal / free / frwoa / frangles / Frangles>  <reader / viewer / experiencer / user / seer>.  That is, "freer" can mean "fractal reader" and/or "frowa viewer" and/or "frangles reader" and/or "Frangles seer", etc.  (*Note that "frangles" uncapitalized refers to the noun frangle meaning "fractal angle", while "Frangles" refers to the Frangles saga/franchise.)]  1.  One who reads or watches a frwoa (a fractal work of art, or any work of art in general), also called "freeing a frwoa", or in particular to works portrayed through a text medium, "freading a frwoa".  2. One who reads freely and openly in the way a writer "freewrites"  3. An audience member.  4. One experiencing a frwoa or other work of art through an interactive electronic means, especially a free one; that is, a fractal user. ("The freer, not realizing it was open source, pointlessly reverse engineered FractalFinder 3.0" / "You rookie freers have no idea how to play online Tron.")  5. A fan of the saga Frangles. ("Friters and freers constantly battle over whether the creation of this bad theft of Douglas Adams' line involving the creation of the universe was a pretty bad idea or not.  6. A fusion of the two former; someone who reads Frangles (or any other frwoa that is best read nonlinearly, and hence is most easily read electronically) via an electronic device, such as the Barns & Noble "nook".  That is, a <Frangles / nonlinear frwoa> <user / reader>.  7. Any kind of fan in general. ("Red Sox freers just don't know when to quit".)  8. You, reading this.  9. Those reading/etc your story.
fraga/ frhaga/ (n): [origin: a <fractal / frangle / Frangles> <saga>, previously "frhaga", whose orign was "Frangles Harry Potter-length saga"* and/or 
"fractal Harry Potter-length saga".*]  1. Any saga / frwoa / etc in general relating to fractals, frangles, the saga Frangles, or any combination of these.  2.  A story formed of 2,401 bricks / fages, or you could also say formed of 7 frooks (or 49 novas, or 343 chapters).  The original coining uses a reference to Harry Potter* because its a close example of the format of a 2,401-fage story, not just in length (7 books), but in the format of its repetitive time lines (7 semi-isomorphic years of the same character going through similar ordeals.)  These parallel years of events would make Harry Potter a good candidate for a nonlinear 7-book saga.  For instance, one might read only the events in the fall or spring of each of book, or read the short story consisting of the last few pages of each book.  (Though obviously the entire 7-book Harry Potter saga would have to be significantly re-written for those sub-orderings to make polished, coherent sense.)
[*Friters is quite aware of the borderlined/questionable Fair Use rights to integrating a copyrighted character into the coining of a vocabulary word.  Xangles / Frangles claims that this more or less falls under fair use as it's simply referencing Harry Potter rather than using the character or any exact material.  The word isn't intended to mean anything to do with Harry Potter, it was just involved in the coining of the word, and Harry Potter is presented as an easy way to remember the word, or remember its spelling, or remember a concept that helped inspireof--the word.  We will remove the reference if asked.]

fruse/ (v)  frusing/ (adj,v)  frusion/ (n): 1. To "frown confusingly".  Mainly a characteristic of Kyle Kirby and his hallucinated fans.  ("Kyle frused").  2. To fuse two or more words (terms, people, actions) in such a way as to cause frusion.  3. The act of frusing ("The doctor's frusion at Kyle's oddities echoed Kyle's frusion of the written prescription").  4. Frusion: a fusion of "fruse" and "fusion" ("Any sane index freader gets a severe migraine when they get down to the "fr" words in the Xangles index)
frite/ (v) ['fright']  friter/ (n) [FREI tuhr] 1. To "fractal-write" a frwoa (a fractal work of art) or a frwoa fragment.  The verb "write" usually referes to writing in some specific medium (to write a poem, to write a thesis, etc), whereas "frite" generalizes the act of writing in/for multiple mediums (or any fathomable medium), or can refer to some unknown entity who wrote/frote the frwoa in question.  E.g. "Looks like Kim forgot about last night, Bob, maybe your friter's having a good day."  2. To write for the particular fiction of Frangles.  3. To freewrite, especially to freewrite a frwoa.   syn. xite / xiter  
{fractal write\ frangles writer\ fracal writer\}
fritter/ (n) 1. A Frangles critter.  2. A Frangles reader (see freader).
frook/ (n) [FRHOOK]. Coined by condensing "Frangles book" and/or "fractal book".  A frook is exactly 343 frages/scenes/bricks long (7 frages X 7 chapters X 7 novas), such as the frook 131.(111-777) which is called Writer's Bricks.  A Frangles "book" was originally going to be around 343 standard reading pages long (one standard reading page per frangles page, the latter called a "fage" or "frage" for short), because 343 was the only power of seven in the area of the length of a standard reading book (and 7x7 pages--or 49--worked well for the length of a readable novella for a sevth down, etc etc).  But it turned out reading zillions of nonlinear pages that are all almost exactly the same length was booooorrriing, so a fage/frage was extended to be up to a dozen or so paperback-lengthed pages (or PLP) long.  Hence 'frook' and 'PLP' were coined to clarify the ambiguity of simply saying "page" by itself.*
* Note there's no relation here to the
Barns & Noble electronic reader called "Nook"--which we're assuming is a phonetic condensation of "Barns & Noble book"--as we threw out the term "frook" in the very first structure page back in July before anybody around here had heard of the Nook.  Since Frangles narcissistically fuses half the !@#$ing words in the English language with the prefix "fr", then "frangles book" or "frook" is one of the most obvious and self-surfacing.  In further defense, note that similarities can come about for the same reasons rather than one thing having copied another.  E.g. "Nook" and "frook" seem so similar in sound and definition that this doesn't seem to be coincidence.  But consider an obvious connection: perhaps in the increasing market of electronic reading combined with popular marketing fads / product names for similar devices ("iPod", "netbook", etc)--a name like __ook surfaces naturally for anyone thinking up a term for electronic book or book reader, etc etc.  Orrr, we could be bullshitting you as usual!
frwoa/ (n) [FROH wah]: 1. A FRactal Work Of Art, such as the fractal prose of Xangles.  Art (of any medium) that has some sort of complex fractal (and/or nonlinear) structure.  2. Any work of art in any medium (such as prose, television, poetry, dancing, sculpture, etc), that constitutes a whole work from the frangle of the speaker or writer, even if the speaker or writer doesn't make any attempt to relate the work of art to a fractal structure.  A novel is a frwoa.  A poem is a frwoa.  A chapter of a novel written to also be read as a short story is a frwoa.  A chapter of a novel to someone who sees that chapter as a full work of art, is a frwoa.  (An episode of Seinfeld to us might be a full and complete and invented work of art, whereas from the point of view of the Seinfeld characters, the particular events of their day portrayed would simply be regular daily activities, and would not be a work of art to them).  Even something like a single tagline can be a frwoa (such as "The End of Time is Worth the Wait".  Or "M&Ms melt in your mouth, not in a cliche slogan".  Or a post it memo that reads "Dear Mr. Xing, you're fired! THE END!")  3. Any given moment or mot, in the sense that every aspect and dimension of life is intrinsically artistic and meaningful.  Every phrase spoken, every life lived, could be portrayed in a novel or poem or dance by an artist who intentionally constructed that event or dialogue, so we could say that every event or experience imaginable is an intrinsic work of art.  From a theist's frangle, perhaps the greatest frwoa writer is god, orchaestrating the universe in a brilliant symphony.  4. a FRee Work of Art  (syn xwoa)
{froa/ frwa/ froah/ frwoah/ froah/ froaw/}
frwoa depth\ (n) [FROH wah 'depth']: In the skit-prose medium of Blorkk, nonlinearity takes the form of a dizzying and confusing-ass mush of different people talking at different times in different time lines from different frwoa xangles.  Each skit "depth" adds a layer of complexity.  For instance, a commentary "track" (a second depth to that being commented on), a track commenting on that track (such as a movie about people watching Mystery Science Theatre 3000 which is a movie about people watching a bad sci-fi movie), a group of time travelers or a frwoa editor or janitor working behind the original scene or on an adjacent or parallel plain of the original setting, etc. E.g. "A Frangles frwoa fan fracked me up on frwoa depth forty-four."
frwoa fragment\ (n) [FROH wah 'fragment']: 1. any general sub-frwoa of a frwoa at all, such as one or two lines of a three-lined haiku, or all but one word of the Bible, or 24 minutes of an episode of 24.  2. A sub-frwoa that generally constitues a complete work of art (such as the LOTR poem "Three rings for the Elven-kings under the sky...", or a chapter of a novel publishable as an individual short story, or the familiar part of Fur Elise that everybody knows up until the !@#$ing hard part).  3. In fractal nonlinear art: a module or segment of a frwoa that can be re-ordered with others to form alternate frwoas, or the same frwoa from a different frangle, that does not necessarily have to constitute a complete work of art on its own, but often could.  4. A portion of a frwoa that clearly constitutes a semi-complete frwoa not written to be re-arranged into definite complete works, but that still contain a certains intrinsic structure such that they could be potentially re-ordered into a semi-full work or re-written later to be fully module.  5. A portion of a frwoa written to be infinitely extendable (or the reverse) and hence can never be fully complete, or a sub-frwoa written or read from the frangle that the fragment constitutes a microcosm of a greater whole, and/or an expansion of a smaller part of itself.  (e.g. The Frangles Axis saga of the seven books 111, 222, 333, 444, 555, 666, & 777, which constitute a complete seven-book saga but are written with a greater 49 and 343 book structure in mind, which could all be extended into higher powers of seven: 2,401, 16,807, ad infinitum)
frwoa fragment module\ (also FFM) (n) a frwoa fragment stressing the idea of modularity in particular, especially a key frwoa fragment ("Bob, where'd you put page #777-777?  If we don't know how Frangles ends how the hell are we going to write the other 117,648 pages!?)
frwoa fragment module network\
(also FFMN).  This isn't a term, but if it was, you could probably figure it out from its intrinsic parts.
frwoa fragment module network adapter\ If you can't figure out this one given the definitions of frwoa, fragment, frwoa fragment, module, frwoa fragment module network, and "Bob", you probably shouldn't be thumbing through this index.
frwoa fragment module network adapter display\  Oh come on, now this is just getting ridiculous.
frwoa static\ (n) [FROH wah 'static']: what happens when frwoas get too intermingled for their own good causing confusion as which is which, and what's real or not real.  (i.e. the films Scream, Galaxy Quest, and The Matrix)
Furglegrug/ (Urgg): The Known Emperor of the primary Urgg governmental structure.
{furglegrug/ Furgelgrug/ furgelgrug/}
fuse/ (n): 1. the standard english word.  2. A confrusing condensation of the term "fair use"  (see Fair Use)

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Generika/  (focus) [Geh NEHR ih ka, Geh NEER ih ka, GEHN err ih ka]: A place with infinite flat ground, absolutely nothing like the realm of Fantisa it satires, but that if it were would have a better explanation of how a sun can exist without a horizon and how the dead center of the land can be infinitely far away from everything within an infinite radius, within which the use of "moka" is likewise nothing like the 'magic' in every single generic fantasy novel it parodies.
{generika/ Generica/ generica/ Gennerika/ gennerika/ Gennerica/ gennerica/ Generrika/ generrika/ Generrica/ generrica/ Gennerrika/ gennerrika/ Gennerrica/ gennerrica/ Genericka/ genericka/}
Gods of Florrb: see "Gof"
gof/ (v, n, expl): The verb form of "gods of florbb" (see Gof).  A vague word that can be used in many different ways, referring to any of various actions/nouns connected with those mastering Florbban technology, often ambiguously to be determined by context.  E.g. "Bob, gof that Gof-damned planet up and running stat!" / "We goffed the entire Urgg genome before realizing they don't have one" / "Gof that !@#$ing nuisance of a drunk delinquent gof-made bot orb!" / "Gof that !@#$ing nuisance of a god-made useless carbonite human!"
Gof/  GOF/ Gods of Florbb\ (expl, n, characters): 1. Acronym for "Gods Of Florbb."  As an explicative, some weird mix of the real life curses "Jes**!", "Holy !@#$!", "Eureka!", and/or something like the fictional sci-fi/fantasy curses "Frack me!" or "In Valen's name!" or "Faugh!" (Battlestar Galactica, Babylon 5, Wheel of Time).  2. "Gods of Florbb" in a more mundane sense:  Florbb is the technological peak of Okuaka, where man has mastered the ultimate technologies, and those who create whole planets and galaxies can seem (or be) very god-like.  So "gods of florbb" can be an ironic play on words when the truth of these sciences are known, or can be a literal reference to the "gods" above when a character is inside a world manipulated by advanced technology who has little idea that this is so (an engineered Earth watched over carefully by superior technology), or even has little idea what technology itself is to begin with (a fantasy character who uses moka--that is, magic--and has little idea that its use is allowed entirely via the technology which generated and sustains it)
{gods of florb\ gods of florbb\ Gods Of Florb\ Gods Of Florbb\ Gods of Florbb!\ gods of florbb!\}
giraffahole/ (n): Much like a wormhole, except named humorously via desperate illusion of creativity. {girafahole/ girrafahole/ girraffahole/ girafehole/ girrafehole/ giraffehole/ girraffehole/}
giraffology/ (n): See graffology {girrafology/ girraffology/ girafology/ giraffafology/}
Glorg/ (character): An urgg who appears in Blorkk & Frangles.
graffahole/ (n): A te
rm for a giraffahole lessened slightly in its awkward stupidity.
graffology/ (n): A science a step from the idea of giraffaholes, or wormholes, connecting areas of the great Fractal, just one letter short of having the benefit of being one letter shorter than the term "hyperspace." {grafology/ grafollogy graffollogy/ grafolegy/ graffolegy/}
Greenpeas/ (Urgg faction): A friendly cuddly Earth-friendly Urgg organization with a much, much, much higher mandate than Greenpeace: To protect the environment and human life not by recycling, but by preventing Earth from being just plain blown the hell up to kingdom come.  It may or may not be revealed at some point in a crucial and entirely unexpected and unleaked plot twist that the entirety of Greenpeas consists of a collective intanglement of Urgg of which every one but one doesn't actually give a flying !@#$ about Earth, but rather the inverse, its taking over and/or destruction by whatever means necessary. {Greanpeace/ greanpeace/ Greenpeace/ greenpeace/ Greanpeas/ greanpeas/ Greenpiece/ greenpiece/ Greenpece/ greenpece/}
griter/ (n) [GREI-ter]: 1. An RRL, RL, or fictional Blorkk saga writer  2. A Xangles-real or entirely fictional Blorkkan writer character (i.e. a writer from the Blorkk ku).  3. An RRL, RL, or fictional writer of anything involving the Urgg race, including within the Blorkk saga.  4. An Urgg writer; that is, a writer who is a member of the Urgg race (e.g. "Blurka, that damned griter gutted my grumple again in his newspaper article).
grumple/ (n): A mysteriously and vaguely defined body part of the Urgg.
{grumpel/}
Gurglop/ (Urgg): The leader of the Urgg resistance against the central Urgg empire, who among other things disagree with them on the finer points of the "taking over and/or destruction of Earth" {gurglop/ Gurglopp/ gurglopp/ Gorglop/ gorglop/ Gurglup/ gurglup/}


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Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy\
(real life saga by Douglas Adams).  The biggest influence on Frangles' style of humor, philosophy, and grammar.  From one frangle, every gramatical joke in all of Frangles can be said to be ripped off from the single Hitchhiker's line, "...Well I suppose I’d better start finding names for things if I want to make any headway in what for the sake of what I shall call an argument I shall call the world, so let’s call it my stomach."

{Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy\ Hitchhiker's Guide To the Galaxy\ Hitchhiker's Guide to The Galaxy\ Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy\ Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy\ hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy\ hitchhikers guide to the galaxy\ Hitchhiker's/ hitchhiker's/ Hitchiker's/ hitchiker's/}
Home Depot\ (n): The Tom-Kyle best friend duo ("Tile") is often further awkwardly extended to "home depot."  ("Oh, hey guys, what's up today at home depot, Tile?") {Home Depo\ home Depo\ Home depo\ home depo\ Home depot\ home Depot\ home depot\}


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ie'auo'-/ (prefix) Old Old Old Old Old [thing], as in a [thing] from a previous age or era.
Ie'auo'wirl/1. Old Old Old Old Old World  2. The Generikan word for Flutonia
infinith/ (adj) [IN feh nith]: The last term in an infinite sequence.  i.e. {first, second, third, fourth, .... infinith}.  This becomes an important word for discussing sciences and phylos that deal heavily with the infinite.
id/ (RRL Freudian psychology term): The 'id' is Freud's term for the human unconscious mind as he explains it.
IDS/ (acron): look down a line dope (syn. infinitely dimensioned space)
ID space (abrv) look up a line, dope (syn. infinitely dimensioned space)
INT/ int/ (RPG term): INT is short in roleplaying for Intelligence.  The higher the value of a real life, fictional, or fictional fictional characters INT, the smarter they (supposedly) are.  In classic Dungeons & Dragons, a very low INT is about 3, and the maximum standard INT (before greedy powergaming bonuses start to kick in) is 18.
infinitely dimensioned space\ (n)  Earth physics currently theorize about higher dimensional space having a limited number of dimensions.  An equal science is that there actually exist infinite spacial dimensions and that Earth phyts just can't count very high.  At any time in the infinite progression/evolution of science, philosophy, etc, IDS could be anything from a vague idea, to a full, working, debatable and provable/disprovable theory.
Io-9/ Io9/ io-9/ io9/ (moon): A moon somewhere in the Blorkk ku coined "Io-9" by Kolphin the Dolphin for some general similarities to Jupiter's moon Io, if any moon in Blorkk--where physics works much differently than in Okuaka--can be thought of as similar to an Okuakan one.  It is thought to be precisely nine times the size of Jupiter's Io and simultaneously one ninth its size.  An Io-9 eclesis was the first video footage sent from Blorkk to Okuaka.
interkuic/ (adj) [in tehr KOO ik] I.e."intergalactic" but on the scale of a ku (a known universe).  see ku.
intrusive fragmentation\ intrusively fragment\ I.F./ IF/ : (n) To intentionally break an infinitely dimensioned frwoa construct into sub-frwoas via a roundabout and often intrusive or deceitful method.  The univii of Frangles is broken down into ages of characters of books, and the books are broken down into novas (novellas), then chapters (or short stories), and finally pages/scenes.  A fictional character could actually fragment that small core piece into a self-sustinent nonlinear frwoa by dividing their story or monologue into fragments themselves.
intrusive fragment\ (n)  (see intrusive fragmentation)


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jark/ (adj): Frusion of "Jark" and "jerk"  ("Brett and Joe are such jarks")
Jark/ (nickname): Short for the friend duo "Jimmy-Mark" or "Joe-Mark"
JarkJark/ (nickcname): Short for the friend duo duo of "Jimmy-Mark" and "Joe-Mark," due to the duality of two conflicting instances of "Jark."  In other words, the condensed nickname for the friend trio Jimmy, Joe, and Mark.
Jet/ (Frangles nickname / RL friter): 1. (Frangles, fictional) Short for the duo "Jimmy-Brett" or "Joe-Brett" (syn Bro). 2. mmeee! chip said i could do my own definition here but theres really not much i can say in a paragraph. i'm not supposed to say much anyway because of all this ambiguous modular versatility baloney (yes i have a spell checky imagine thart..plus i can ask what words i can put in to trick people), so be thy the known a couple clues (blues yuk yuk): A) i'm too old to poddy train but too young to drink alcahol. B) i can spell poddy i'm not a kiddiilliterate (meow?) shmunk, they just tell me to spell bad and type in all lowercase so you you'll recognize me, or to trick you or something, as if you're so retrded that you're going to go, oh! it must be a little *kid* typing that, because kid's aren't taught english in grade school!  it couldn't be anyone *faking* they're me, or a 20 year-old sosiohlogy undergratuate with a secondary in inklesh (lol?) instructed to use bad IM grammar to clunk him over the head with the irony over and over and over and over...C) i ramble a lot but only to make fun of squish because he does it *naturally* wheres I have to work hard at it, b/c i apparently can't spell "potty" unless i'm messing up "harry potter".D) i am a frangles "intern", which has to be a real shits job b/c they couldn't even coin a good word for it like sticking an "fr" in front and getting "frintern" at the very very least. basically it means kyle and squish think their like einsteins or something and that it's worth it to update their site and write a few stories and clean up their shits like my brain's gonna quadroople if i do all that. well something has to be working i mean i'm doing it aren't i. E) i'm sick of typing;pblblb8P
Jimmy/ (character): An area 51 intern.
Joe/ (see Broark)
Jumper/ the Mutant Orion Frog (character): A hyperintelligent hyperspacial dumb mindless frog, whose collection of vague stray thoughts got accidentally manifested into "Discourse on Method" by Rene Descartes.  He is vaguely referred to throughout Xangles which is probably a sign that he's hiding out somewhere working on a marketable frwoa or video game in which he's the beloved star frog.  
{Jumper the Mutant Orion Frog\ jumper the mutant orion frog\}


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Kal-7000/ (or just 'Kal') (krforb) [origin: a pun on Hal 9000 of 2001: A Space Odyssey, at least from the frangle that Hal 9000 came first]: A kinda-real-life friendly krforb who hangs around the current day Earth internet and manages some frwoa static--especially the confusing xfbs7 network--and takes some notes about Earth evolution and tries not to interfere too much with the advancement of the less evolved "AI" of current day Earth and that of its near future.
Kilo/ (character) [name origin: A slight alternation of "Kyle" Kirby whom he was modeled after and is a reflection of, and/or is generally the same character as Kyle (or from some frangles another version/frangle of the exact same character.)]  A Flutonian teenager initially composed of water who initially has not much idea who/what he is, or even what a teenager in general is supposed to do or be like.  This gets worse before better when he meets Skip Friter, a frwoa writer who doesn't have much more of an idea who he is than Kilo does (maybe less).
Kim/ (character): An initially seemingly ditsy dumb blonde damsel in distress, often the unwilling participant in various horror frwoas involving her.
kino/ (real life sci-fi): A kino is a cute but stupid little webcam ball on
Stargate Universe that Frangles and krforbs occasionally make fun of.
Kirby/ Bobby/ Kyle's younger brother.  An adventurous young youth with little else to do but make make trouble, have fun, and save the universe in time for class.
{Bobby Kirby\ bobby kirby\ kirby, bobby\ Kirby, Bobby\ kirby,bobby\ Kirby,Bobby\ Kirby,Bobby/}
Kirby/ Captain/ A descendent of Kyle Kirby (from one frangle), at the time of Flurth.  The most adventurous and important (and cliche) captain in the history of Okuaka (from at least one frangle). {Captain Kirby\ captain kirby\ captain Kirby\ Captain kirby\ kirby captain\ kirby, captain\ Kirby, Captain\}
Kirby/ Kyle/ (i.e. "Kyle Kirby") character, RRL friter): 1. A weird schizofranglic teenager living on Earth in the 155th billenia of Okuaka.  His schizofranglia (a general franglic take on standard Western psychiatry's "schizophrenia") is the means by which we're able to see the comedy in his life, and the primary thing that connects him to other stories  of Frangles, many of which demonstrate perfectly plausible situations in which his otherwise delusional or hallucinatory symptoms are in fact dead on in what's going on around/to/with him.  2. An elusively revealed RRL Frangles writer who mot have much to do with Frangles, but is certainly a real Earth human being named "Kyle Kirby" (whichever it is) {kyle kirby\ Kyle Kirby\ Kirby, Kyle\ Kirby Kyle\ Kirby\ Kyle\ Kirby\}
Koby/ (character) [KOH bee]: A blobby pikachuish little fellow in Kroffonia.  At one point he travels to Square One to patch up (or open) some discrepencies or frwoa static in the Flutonian or Kroffonian equivalent of the space time continuum.  From some characters' frangles he's a little dense and dumb badly drawn anime or manga character, and from others (especially his own) he's an incredibly wise/intelligent little fellow who hides his superior intellect in fear of its horrible clashing with his fun bubbly exterior. {koby/}
Kolphin/ the Dolphin (character): A fracolic dolphin (a dolphin or general life form who "swims" around the Fractal and space-time and hyperspace just like an Earth dolphin does in water) who was the first Okuakan life form to contact the second known universe (Blorkk), resulting in the naming of our known universe.  When asked what known universe (or "ku") he was from, he replied, The Only Known Universe Anybody Knows About.  His wit was misinterpreted as a proper noun, that is, the actual name of our known universe.  The Blorkkan life who'd bumped into him immediately coined the acronym OKUAKA to avoid unnecessarily lengthy conversations with Kolphin, which became the official name of our ku now that a second was discovered. {kolphin the dolphin\ Kolphin the Dolphin\ Kolphin The Dolphin\ kolphin the Dolphin\ Kolphin the dolphin\ kolphin dolphin\ Kolphin dolphin\ kolfin/ Kolfin/ Colphin/ colphin/ Kolphinn/ kolphinn/ Kollphin/ kollphin/ kolfin/ Kolfin/}
koosh/ (v): Just like it sounds.
krforb/ (n) [KRFHOHRB]: A Kroffanian bot orb.  An evolved bot orb.  A form of what future science calls "artificial" intelligence to the point where the sentience of AI-evolved life forms is hardly questioned--or at least to a lesser extent, such as Battlestar Galactica cylon or Ender's Game's "Jane" rather than a dumb AIM bot, the annoying paperclip from Microsoft Word, or the androids of science fiction always nagging humanoid life on when the hell AI is gonna get a really cool upgrade--except in the form of a cute little hovering orb that floats around, rather than being burdened with the limits of human form or a bunch of immovable servers and instr
uments such as Hal-9000. {krorb/ korb/ forb/ krorb/ crorb/ crforb/ cforb/ kforb/}
[*It's been commented that krforbs could be rip-offs of the "kinos" from Stargate Universe, even though krforbs came first.  The theory came out after a Stargate Universe episode where a bunch of kinos downloaded Turok and kept resetting the level until they'd killed the entire cast off.  The real life implementation of their game required time travel--because in real life you can't go back to the start of a level if you've already killed everyone--which prompted krforb critics to come up with their infringement theory.  The theory claims that the kino Scott tossed in the Stargate at the end of the episode traveled back in time and dropped into the bathroom of a showering friter, who got the idea for an electronic hovering metal A.I. ball and called it a "krforb".  There are a free frillion holes in this theory, just a few of which Tom pointed out a couple years back when the kino fell in his shower: 1) Krforbs are cute, and kinos are clunky.  2) Krforbs are smart, and kinos are stupid.  3) "Krforb" starts with "krf", while "kino" only starts with "k".  4) Kinos are already rip-offs of the floating news cameras in the nauseating ISN filler episodes of Babylon 5, and ripping both off again would just be redundant.  5) Krforbs are cute, and kinos are clunky.
Kroffonia/ (focus) [KROFF oh nee ah] [archaic: Kroffonoluniania.  ultra-archaic: Kroffonuoffuulanianiania, ad infin.]: An land assumed to be on flat ground theorized but not totally confirmed to be extending indefinitely in all directions, like hardened pizza dough stretched forever outward, the home of the science-magic called tekica and pokemon-shaped orbs of entire digital realms previously based on science.  Kroffonia is a half-way point between the strict sciences of the future and the magic of utlra-advanced sciences of the far far future. In  Kroffonia this discipline is called tekica ("science-magic").
krunch/ (n): A pun coined by Kyle's friends from "Kyle," "brunch," and "munch," due to Kyle's tendency to eat crunchy food at sporadic intervals.

ku/ (n) [KOO]  kuic/ (adj) [KOO ik].  A Known Universe, of which ours is called Okuaka.  Several xanglic known universes are known, only two of which anyone currently bothers with: Okuaka, and Blorkk.  The adjective is used as one would use the word "galactic" ("kuic treason" or "interkuic war")  {kuick/ Ku/ KU/}
Kumar/ the Autistic Lawn Mower (character): 'nuf said.
kzx/ (kzx) Hey, well, this would be an alternate part of speech if it were a noun.


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lightsquare/
(n): 1. A term for a standard Earth monitor.  2. The idea of the whole computer of which some sort of monitor is the main interface, such as the term "desk" from Ender's Game.
{light-square/ light square\}


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Mark/ (see Broark)
medium/ (real n): 'Medium' is used in Xangles generally in the sense of a means or method through which some type of artistic intent or information is being portrayed (e.g. "the medium of poetry").  Prose, poetry, music, lyrics, television, film, dance, drawing, painting, video games, html, the internet, sticky memos, pez dispensors, flower arrangements, and thought itself, are all mediums through which people speak, see, scribble, scare, and squish.  This is a very important concept in Xangles because not only does Xangles attempt to do new things with established mediums, but it tries to create new mediums altogether (or cross-breeds like skit-prose that at least feign the aura of originality).  Hence 'frwoa' can refer to an unspecified medium, an unknown medium, multiple particular mediums, a fusion of mediums, and/or a general work of art nonspecific/nonlocalized to any medium in particular.  See frwoa, xwoa.
met/ (v): to meet Met (see Met)
Met/ (nickname): The friend duo Mark-Brett.  syn. Brark.
Mezoro/ (wizard) [meh ZOH roh]: The sixth wizard of the sixth age of Generika; the ultimate of all that is penultimate.  He is Gandalf, Merlin, Macros, Kulgan, and the useless old man in Zelda 1 in the caves that tells you jack sh** about how to beat the levels.
meon/: (n): deriv: "million-year eon"  A period of a million years.  (the real word "Millennia" means a period of a thousand years).  see billenia.  (syn mieon)
mieon/: "million-year eon
"see meon
mila/ (unit): unit of distance in the ballpark of a mile.
module/ (n) modular/ (adj): A small piece such as a brick or sectional sofa or multi-use algorithm that can be combined into more complex structure.  The more modular the individual unit, or 'module' (a brick being an extreme end of the pole), the higher the number of complex structures than can be created by combining them, but the less complex a single unit will be and hence less individual from another.  Frangles, for instance, is seven carefully written nonlinear books, with the benefit of being able to read all seven in any of 5,040 ways ("7!" in real life mathematics, that is, 7 factorial), comprising over five thousand slightly different sagas and ways of looking at the over all saga, with the additional benefit of not even having to read all seven books to get the feel of a conclusive partial saga (reading books 2, 7, and 3, form a readable trilogy with a beginning, middle, and an end.).  The downside of such a structure is a potential lack of depth of a story designed with a full beginning to end feel.  The freader experience beginnings, middle, and ends going on at various shifting times, rather than a full whopping conclusion (such as the very end of Lord of the Rings, Fight Club, Memento, Harry Potter, and so on).  (see nonlinear).
Moe/ (nickname): Short for the duo "Mark-Joe"
moka/ (n) [MOH kah]: Essentially magic in the traditional sci-fi/fantasy sense, but phonetically different enough to feign originality.  Moka was evolved from science very long before it, little used by the non-elf-like "efks," both re-named to expertly cloak their eerie similarities and sustain the brilliant creativity of the seven frwoas of Xangles.
mod/ (real word) [MOHD]: 1. A real life shorthand for "moderator," as in a chat board where assigned mod users make sure things are working and the users are adhering to policy (moving posts posted in the wrong sections, or deleting crude or off-topic posts, etc), applied to many other mediums, such as a bot orb mod who blinks around and edits error-filled frwoas.  The terms krforb, bot orb, etc, are often interchanged synonymously with "krforb mod" and "bot orb mod," etc, that is, that "mod" is a modifier that can simply imply an extra degree of responsibility for the orb in question. 2. A small segment of a modular work, such as a brick.
mot/ (v, n, adj, unit, focus): 1. A mix/fusion of any combination of the terms: moment, may, might, may not, might not, may or may not, mot or mot not, and "the mot of the month of May," which mot be meant for phylical and scientific clarity and/or brain mangling confusion.  2. an indefinite or infinitesimal period of time more used for science and philosophy than poetry, whereas "moment" can be more poetic ("only for a moment and the moment's gone" -kansas).  For instance, the data used to calculate instantaneous velocity in physics or calculus, or any graph of data over time.  We mot say "mot 1, mot 2, mot 3..." etc, instead of "t1, t2, t3..." where we're graphing data against an axis of time, to distinguish from the ambiguity of whatever else variable "t1" or "t2" might mean.
Mrongu/ (n): A race scantly referred to but without whose massive financial contributions this one-line advertisement for their $19.95 puddy rings highly recommended by the friters of Xangles would not be possible.
mulg/ (n) [MUHLG]: The main dietary food of the Urgg, pretty mysteriously defined other than being exceptionally mushy and coming in a plethora of ridiculous colors and flavors.
Mystery Science Theatre\ (real life Earth movie): One of the rare examples in human art the "commentary art" which comprises much of the Blorkk saga.  In a medium with a total lack of description of what's happening, as well as a lack of audio to tell who the voices are, as well as even a simple line as in a play to tell you who the flying hell is even talking, something has to be done to give a minimal idea of what's going on, so a character might comment "Whoa, the kamakazi warship flying straight into us at ramming speed sure looks weird from this angle."  There are usually creative ways to integrate conversation with description, but obviously there are a few gross impossibilities, such as the line "Oh my god, it's an explosion, we're all dying."
{mystery science theatre\ Mystery Science Theatre 3000\ mystery science theatre 3000\}


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nanit/
(unit): a very short unit of time, such as a second, prefixed by any standard modifier (kilonanit, milinanit..)
Nannology/ (n): A very evolved and useless form of science or nanotechnology.
{nanology/ nanollogy/ nannollogy/ nanonology/ nannonology/ nanononology/ nannononology/ nanonononology/ nannonononology/ nanology/ nannolagy/ nanolagy/ nanolegy/ nannolegy Nanology/ Nanollogy/ Nanonology/ Nannonology/ Nanononology/ Nannononology/ Nannolagy/ Nanolagy/ Nannolegy/ Nanolegy/ nanollegy/ Nanollegy/ Nannollegy/ Nonalogy/ nonalogy/ Nology/ nology/}
Nips/ (krforb): A very bored krforb of Xangles 5 given that it's completely unwritten and even untheorized about, leaving him only vaguely aware of whether there's any coherency to his life or existence.
Noctagon/ (n): The nonexistent ninth xangles book, just like the Octagon of the first eight nonexistent Xangles books. {noctagon/}
nonlinear/ non-linear (real adj): Something nonlinear is something that progresses in more directions than one.  Our straight life path from birth to death might be considered linear, whereas a reality in which we encounter multiple time traveling versions of ourselves, would  be a much more nonlinear (and confrusing) frwoa or experience.  Much of the core mandate of Xangles is to explore life and art in a nonlinear way, that is, stories and theses and philosophies and sciences (fictional or nonfictional) that can be read in different orders, and sometimes any order.  Clearly from the xangle / frangle that all life--all Being, all the Fractal, all the Universe, all Existence--is one giant ultimate nonlinear frwoa, then all experience is completely nonlinear.  [Every phylo thesis ever written might be applied as some strange commentary to an obscure manga frwoa somewhere, and a discussion about love and life and death with your pet turtle might be seen as a different angle on a passage of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet or a deleted scene of Jumper's Extended Stray Thoughts of a Mutant Orion Frog.  Or an entire franchise such as all Star Wars or Star Trek books (or even both those univi collectively, as much sci-fi about space battles and aliens overlaps), is an extremely nonlinear collection of stories].  But, Xangles attempts to be more structured and symmetric in a clear, understandable way than usually attempted, like writing an efficient computer program structured perfectly rather than lumping together random chunks of code written by separate coders at different times.  E.g. Frangles consists of seven nonlinear books designed from the top down in a symmetric and modular way, so that any of the seven serves as a beginning--introducing the characters and worlds, leaving mysterious to be later revealed--or a final conclusion tying up all loose ends and crystalizing the whole thing in perfect symmetry.
nova/ (n) [origin: novella]  A story of precisely 49 frangles bricks / pages / scenes (7 chapters of 7 pages each).  As a fage ("frangles page") can vary from a paragraph to a dozen standard reading pages, a nova can vary greatly in length from a standard short story length to the length of a full standard hardcover book.  (see fage, chapter, frook, frhaga)


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Octo/ (plush toy)  Kyle's plush octopus.
Office B\ (place): If nowhere else, the office in which Darlene works which implodes into total chaos in Frangles 13.154.
oie'auo'-/ (prefix) Old Old Old Old Old Old [thing], as in a [thing] from a previous age or era.

Oie'auo'wirl/ : 1. Old Old Old Old Old World  2. Generikan word for Zeroa
Okuaka/ (ku) [AWE koo AH kah]: Acronym for "Only Known Universe Anybody Knows About" (ours) which by a monkey Earther brain fart hasn't actually been officially named.  Actually naming our entire known universe becomes necessary when another is discovered by Kolphin the Dolphin via the fracolic waves of graffaspace connecting all kus. {Ok/ Oku/ Okua/ Okuak/ Okuaaka/ Okuaweka/ Okuaaaka/ Okuakaa/ Okuaaweka/ Okuaaweeka/ Okuaaweeeka/ Okuaaweeeeka/ ok/ oku/ okua/ okuak/ okuaaka/ okuaweka/ okuaaaka/ okuakaa/ okuaaweka/ okuaaweeka/ okuaaweeka/ Ocuaca/ Okuaca/ ocuaca/ okuaca/ Ocuaka/ ocuaka/ Okaka/ Okwaka/ okaka/ Okaka/ Kuaca/ kuaca/ Kuacka/ kuacka/ Ockuaka/ ockuaka/ Ockuaca/ ockuaca/ Okueka/ okueka/ Ockueka/ ockueka/ Okuakah/ okuakah/ okuackah/ Okuackah/}
orb/ (n): 1. A really, really, really, really, really, really pimped out online server (mainly kroffonian) maximized for a really really realistic game of Sim City or the Simms.  When such computer "games" become advanced enough, a fuzzy line forms where digital life ends and sentient life begins, evolving an online game almost into a wormhole through which to explore other universes, however manufactured.  2.  The same level of pimped out server except one that does the more boring stuff that computers nowadays do.  As technology increases, knowledge of technology eventually decreases, making orbs and krforbs (AI orbs) more self-running than needing constant construction and maintainance.  3. A generic term for any sort reference to any type of bot orb, krforb, borb mod, server orb, etc etc.
Orbo/ (character): A bored Kroffonian orb who sort of wanders here or there ambivolently.
{orbo/}
ostinatio/ (real word): An ostinato is a short repeated phrase.
Osxp/ osxp/ OXSP/ (O/S, v): 1. Operating System Xangles Prime (from one frangle parodying Windows XP).  The operating system on Darlene's computer in the Flutonia, among in other places.  2. (v): The announcement / message / error "[I am] Operation [the] System Xangles Prime" (akin to "Currently running Windows 999.9" or "Commensing final countdown, Dr. Chandra", etc), or to announce that one is announcing one is operating Osxp.  E.g.: "Osxp... osxp... osxp" / "What are you doing, fFlip?" / "Oh, just osxping, as usual!  Would you like one?"
{oxsp/ Osxp/ OSXP/ opsx/ Opsx/ OPSX/ opxs/ Opxs/ OPXS/ oxps/ Oxps/ OXPS/ oxp/ Oxp/ OXP/ oxs/ Oxs/ OXS/ osp/ Osp/ OSP/ osx/ Osx/ OSX/ ops/ Ops/ OPS/ opx/ Opx/ OPX/}
o'-/ o'/ (prefix): Old [thing]; a thing from a previous era or a less evolved [thing].  For instance, o'krforb could be a synonym for a bot orb, since bot orbs (seen to be semi-sentient advanced computer AI) evolved into krforbs (seen as a more sentient and evolved form of bot orb)
O'wirl/ : 1. Old World  2. Generikan word for Kroffonia


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Paxil/
(n, xiter): A computer science and graphic arts major and supposed xiter (Xangles writer) who mot or mot not exist in real real life.
Peach Beach\ (place): A significant beach at the start of the third Frangles book, in contrast to the spookier standard Stephen King settings for nasty horrible things to start happening.
{peach beach\}
Peter/ (Blorkk character): The unfortunate first human to be cursed with the Urgg's ability to sninkwomp.  One of the main protagonists in the Earth-Urgg war. {peter/}
pigeonin/ (animal) [PIJ oh nihn]: a Kroffonian pigeon
Philosophy of the Dead Fracolic Oblivion Planet 8\ (saga): Xangles saga 3

phylo/ (n) [FEI lo], phylical/ (adj) [FIH lik ahl], phylically/ (adv)  1. A simple two-syllable condensing of the excessively four-syllable word "philosophy" (in Frangles this results from all the classes of students forced to write it repetitively in chalk as punishment for complaining about its length in the first place).  2. The particular philosophies of Xangles.  Xanglic phylo is strangely similar to the obscure bullcrap ideas some friter somewhere in 18th billenia Okuaka.
phylo riff\ (n): a repetitive and prolifically applicable philosophical axiom, catch phrase, theory, equation, and so on.  see phylo and riff.
phylor/ (n): one who studies phylo (or philosophy).
phyt/ (n) [FIHT]: 1. condensed term for "physicist", for the sake of brevity as well as to demean (or perhaps augment) respect for the fields of philosophy and physics by the poets and limiricists who love the catch phrase "phylors and phyts."  2. any scientist in general.  3. One who studies the particular fictional/nonfictional physical sciences of Xangles.
Piq/ (character): A young Zeroan phylor (philosopher).
Pico/ (character) [PEE koe]: A voice in Kyle's head, a phylor at the end of time, and a character who appears mysteriously throughout Frangles.
Pik/ (krforb): a krforb (kroffonian orb) who manages some of the frwoa static and confusion between Okuaka and Blorkk, at least from one frangle in one point in history.
placebo effect\ (RRL scientific principle).  The placebo effect takes place when a change occurs in an experiment involving people in some way just because a person is letting the change happen from being told it might, such as feeling a headache go away being told a piece of candy would do so.  (E.g. if you give someone sugar pills and tell them they'll allow them to survive jumping out a fifty storey skyscraper, you better make damned sure they have enough antipsychotics to hallucinate a net).  
{placebo/}
Plato/ (real real Greek philosopher): One of the most referred to philosophers in Xangles, whose book Republic most closely inspired the seventh Frangles book Zeroa.
Plato/ (character): Nickname of a philosophy student pursuing his masters thesis and anonymous Xangles writer who mot or mot not even exist in real real life.
PLP/ (acronym, unit): Short for "Paperback Lengthed Page".  As the length of a single Frangles scene (previously called a 'page') grew from a single reading page to anywhere between a paragraph and a dozen reading pages, the distinction had to be made between measuring written material in reading pages and scenes.  Hence Frangles/Xangles tries to avoid the ambiguous term "page" by itself.  But since typing "paperback lengthed page" all the time gives friters and krforbs carpo, "PLP" was announced as an official acronym.  (Ex. as a noun: "Currently there are 234,873,218 PLPs worth of Frangles prose a few thousand parallel realities over." / Ex. as a unit: "Length of Chapter 4: 12 PLP")
Pluto 7/ (n): The seventh moon of Pluto in the Sol star system in the Milky Way galaxy in Okuaka
Poe/ (n, xiter): An English and Philosophy major and supposed xiter (Xangles writer) who mot or mot not exist in real real life, nicknamed after Edgar Allan Poe.
prope/ (n): A mix of 'pope' and 'pro.'
protagonist/ (real n): A protagonist is essentially the main character, that we're usually rooting for, or multiple characters if there are main characters split equally (such as in the show Friends).  Since Xangles is a nonlinear multi-medium saga, the idea of a protagonist becomes relative.  That is, any given life form is a protagonist in an infinite plethora of stories from various different xangles.  For instance, Angel in Buffy the Vampire slayer and Captain Jack in Dr. Who become the main protagonists rather than supplemental chracters, in their own series (Angel and Torchwood).
Python/, Monty/ (real real comedy sketch group): One of the main artistic inspirations and influences on the medium and style of "comedy skit-prose" used in Xangles 2: Blorkk.
{Monty Python\ monty python\}


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Rafkin/ [origin: Excuse, me, sir, I'm gonna need you to go ahead and insert a witty line right here if you think a personal joke for a single individual who will likely never search this page for the word is a worthy endeavor.]  If nothing else, a computer of Squish's that renders fractals (or possibly an Age equivalent such as a bot orb or krforb, from the frangle that Squish is a fictional character and not a lazy brainless humanoid who's incapable of sitting down and doing his own f@#$ing math homework.)
recursion/ (real n): Hey Kip, it's Kip again, if you plan on reading this, please don't.  I need you to pretend you're thinking about inventing another pre-quantum IDS-vii temporal device and use it to return here and inform me of the need to replace this reminder with a self-note never to change it.  I'm going out for lunch I'll be back in 5.
real real life\ (or RRL/) (n): When engaging in engrossing fiction or virtual reality, the distiction between "online life" or "fantasy life" or "nerdy D&D thac0 life" is usually made with the term "real life,"  whether just to distinguish in conversation weather a girlfriend dumped you online, offline, or during a game of Dungeons and Dragons, or to scold a friend who really wasn't quite sure in which environment he was dating in the first place, if not just in his head entirely.  In a project as huge as Xangles, there are more complex distinctions that arise.  For instance, there might be a rumor somewhere in Xangles of a "real life" Xangles writer (or xiter).  That is, a flesh and blood person with a social security number, etc.  But if such a person is only spoken of and his or her existence is never truly confirmed or verified, they become a fuzzy blend of a real life personal who might be real, and who may not be, and exist entirely as a fictional character thought up by some "real real" person, that is, the utter epitome of the real and mundane without question.  Bob Dole, Brad Pitt, and your ex-girlfriend, exist in "real real life," whereas a "real life alien conspiracy theory" might exist in a fuzzy area and be labeled un-real ("Bobby, would you toss that quantum hyperspacial communications device out, there's no such thing as real life aliens").
{rrl/ Rrl/}
Rent/ (real real life musical) {rent/}
riff/ or riff echo\ (n, v): the standard english word riff except applied in a more metaphysical, spiritual, fractal, and/or hyperspacial sense.  Xangles considers the existence of infinite repetitive and self-similar points of view on what there is and how life functions, much like a repetitive musical phrase like a guitar riff.  One might call a core tagline to Xangles a "riff tagline" that is repeated often in slightly different contexts, such as "The end of time is worth the wait."  Douglas Adams' answer to the question of life (42) might be called a number that "riffs" through his fiction and the comments of his fans.  Perhaps the epitomy of all fictional riffing would be the word "Ni" of Monty Python.
RL/: Real life abbreviation for "real life" (appropriately enough)
{Rl/ rl/}


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sans/ (real word prefix): Sans means "without," ("In the desert sans water.")  While hitting a slump in the English language, it made a nifty comeback via the lazyass xiters who stumbled upon the word in a dictionary rather than being educated enough to know about it already, and figured it'd be fun to fruse all the Xangles fans by bringing it back into common usage.  Mainly because of the standard xiter laziness to type out as few letters as possible while simultaneously confusing as many readers as possible while simultaneously propogating their genius for linguistic alliteration variance control, sans which the previous nonsense term would be sporadically and inexorably eschewed.
schizofranglia/ (n)  schizofranglic/ (adj,n): A nice cuddly Frangles way of putting the defamatory mental 'disease' western psychiatry labels schizophrenia.  A "mentally disordered" 'schizophrenic' simply percieves events from a different point of view than the norm, an example of the epitomy principle at the heart of Xangles: that each point of view on reality is equally and repsectively real and logically valid as any other.  The shizofranglic elements of Kyle Kirby's mind--his ability to make connections and see patterns in life and the world around him, both the mundane and the spiritual or surreal or theoretical--is a foundational key ability to understand life from a nonlinear point of view.  Indeed, Xangles can actually help turn someone 'schizophrenic' or at least to develop more 'schizophrenic' or schizofranglic perceptions of reality, as it constructs a world in which those types of patterns are very clear and obvious, where a 'schizophrenic' or schizofranglic sees many of those patterns in life without needing such construction or contrivance or external explanation.  Hence Xangles can be a prime tool for understanding the "mental disease" of real life schizophrenia and how a 'schizophrenic'  or even an autistic or manic bipolar with different ideas about life, percieves the world.  
schizophrenia/ (real mental classification): see schizofranglia {schizophrenic/}
self-sustenant/ (invented adj) 1. self-sustaining  2. self-nurishing  3. capable of functioning as an individual entity in some manner or another apart from a greater structure.  4. serving as a microcosm of a greater whole.  5. rich and complex and alive without necessarily needing help from anything else, or being a part of anything else. / Xangles derives this term from fusing the English adjective "self-sustaining" (meaning "something that sustains itself" or "something that serves as its own sustainment") with the noun "sustenance", for which there is no proper adjective or verb.  Hence xiters came up with the verb "susten" (e.g. "food sustens the body") and the adjective "sustenant" ("food is sustenant of the body") which both originally came from a need for the word "self-sustenant", which xiters kept using before they realized it wasn't a proper English word.  When discussing the nature of a fragment of something else in large, complex fractal structures, we often say that not only is a smaller piece such as a fractal fragment self-sustaining (the closest English equivalent to self-sustenant), it also serves as its own nourishment or livelihood; something more alive and colorful than simply an innanimate thing that's being sustained.  That a book can nourish itself and feed itself with independent complex plots and characters and themes without necessarily nourishing--or having to nourished by--a greater or smaller fragment or set of fragment.  syn. self-sustaining (see susten, sustenant)
semi-theism/  semitheism/ (n): The theist and atheist seem to war incessantly over whether there is a god or not, and the atheist removes himself by saying why bother bickering, i.e. that neither can be proven.   Xanglic Phylo says something very different, that both can be half-proven.  That all the infinite proofs and disproofs of god collectively prove that both the theist and the atheist are sort of right and sort of wrong and should just shake hands and go chat with a Jesus AIM-bot.  That science and religion can define each other in terms of one another.  The more science progresses, the more those that master it become god-like.  A being or race controlling an infinitely advanced science of creating and manipulating whole universes of life, would be indistinguishable from god.  Hence each proves and disproves (or "half-proves") the other.  (syn): bitheism (ant): agnosticism
septagon/ (n): a septagon is an actual rare term for a heptagon (a polygon with seven sides) used more frequently in Xangles for it's phonetic resemblance to "seven" to avoid confusion
Dr. Sexton/ (character) A mysterious and brilliant middle-aged man around the time of Florbb. {dr. sexton\ Dr. sexston\ dr. Sexton\ Dr.Sexston\ dr.sexton\ Dr.sexton\ dr.Sexton\ dr.sexton/ Dr.sexton/ Dr.Sexton/}
sevth/ sevthing/ sevthed/ (v) 1. To cut something to a seventh of its size. (akin to the real life verb "halve")  2. To do so in particular to a fractal nonlinear artwork.  For instance, to re-arrange the plans or content of a 7x7x7 structure into a 7x7 structure instead.  The first sevthing of frangles cut the entire Frangles structure from 7^6 bricks to 7^5 bricks due to the initial reading material per brick became much longer than anticipated.  The plan was for every brick to be about one standard reading page, yet some started turning out several or dozens of pages.  Hence it was sevthed so that the characters' stories (that were expected to span 7 books) now covered one book instead.  (Note that there had to be a serious change or miscalculation to justify such a change in the structure.  A book with 100 pages vs one with 700 is a very different thing.)
sf/ (SFF): Search For (e.g. "Sf Waldo, Bob, we know he's in here")
sft/ (SFFT): Search for The (e.g. "If you don't know what 'the' means, idiot, just run a search through fFlip.")
sftl/ (SFFTL): Search For The Last (e.g. as in, the great quest for the next word of the term "Search for the Last" since 'last' has to modify something and clearly the phrase runs short).
sftlk/ (SFFT lik): Search For The Last Ku ('ku' is abbr. for "Known Universe")
sftlku/ (SFFT leh koo): Search For The Last Known Universe (Xangles Saga 4)
sftlkua/
(SFFT leh kwah): Search For The Last Known Universe Anywhere (as opposed to searching a group of kus for the last one)
sftlkuawka/
 (SFFT leh koo AH ka): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Will Know About
sftlkuaweka/ (SFFT leh koo AH weh kah): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Will Ever Know About
sftlkuaaweka/ (SFFT leh koo AYE weh kah): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Anywhere Will Ever Know About.
sftlkuaaweeka/ (SFFT leh koo AYE wee kah): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Anywhere Will Ever, Ever Know About
sftlkuaaweeeka/ (SFFT leh koo AYE wheee! kah) (n, saga): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Anywhere Will Ever, Ever, Ever, Know About
sftlkuaaweeeeka/ (SFFT leh koo AYE wheeee! kah) (n, saga): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Anywhere Will Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Know About
sftlkuaaweeeeeka/ (SFFT leh koo AYE wheeeee! kah) (n, saga): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Anywhere Will Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Know About
sftlkuaaweeeeeeka/ (SFFT leh koo AYE wheeeeee! kah) (n, saga): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Anywhere Will Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Know About
sftlkuaaweeeeeeeka/ (SFFT leh koo AYE wheeeeeee! kah) (n, saga): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Anywhere Will Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Know About
sftlkuaaweeeeeeeeka/ (SFFT leh koo AYE wheeeeeeee! kah) (n, saga): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Anywhere Will Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Know About
sftlkuaaweeeeeeeeeka/ (SFFT leh koo AYE wheeeeeeee! kah) (n, saga): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Anywhere Will Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Know About
sftlkuaaweeeeeeeeeeka/ (SFFT leh koo AYE wheeeeeeee! kah) (n, saga): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Anywhere Will Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Know About
sftlkuaaweeeeeeeeeeeka/ (SFFT leh koo AYE wheeeeeeee! kah) (n, saga): Search For The Last Known Universe Anyone Anywhere Will Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Ever, Know About
sftlkuaawee--hey what the hell, I was just having a little fun.  Oh like anybody cares that the index is like a billionth of a percent longer now.  No, actually my plan wasn't to double the length.  It--well how the !@#$ do you know how long I would have kept going?  Maybe I was going to delete them... well duh of course I know you can't delete index terms. I meant, maybe I was going to fund a blink generator out of pure guilt that I'd made the freaking index like a billionth of a !@#$ing percent longer and go back in time to rem--oh fine, you call the xeds on me if you want.  I'm going for a lunch break I'll be back in OH!  That's where I left my*&^$#$SFkklU@&#NO_CARRIER
siff/ (adj, n, v, expl) [derivation: "science fiction"]  1. Current day science fiction, or something dealing with or relating to it ("Asimov's prolific siff" / "Straczinksy's innovative siff structure")  2. Any n/v/adj/expl involving science fiction.  3. Science fiction parody or the act of parodying it, or some sci-fi thing or idea being parodied, whether specific or general.  ("Frangles siff doesn't even compare to that of Galaxy Quest." / "Don't siff that light saber, George Lucas could be watching!!" / "The generic, siffed starship was lost in the dangerously siffed hyperspace around it")  4. Science fiction particular to Frangles, or any n/v/adj/expl dealing with or involving it.  ("Who the hell frites 3rd Age Frangles siff when they could be writing trashy romance novels?" / "The blinkers siffed around Florbb local ID space" / "Siff!  Gof!  This frwoa just won't come out right!")  5. Future science fiction (e.g. the fiction of a writer living in 2254), or that dealing with it (etc).
skim/ (real v): The standard use of skim (to read through lightly or in a rush, absorbing minimal and/or key material, etc) applied particularly to a nonlinear frwoa, in which repetition can occur if one reads an intertwinement of stories from many similar xangles / frangles.  Hence the act of skimming a nonlinear work of art can take on a less negative meaning than the usual use often implies of a linear one ("I only skimmed last night's homework, I dreamt about writing a thesis about it last week so I already understood it").
Skim/ (nickname): Short for the Sue-Kim best friend duo.  ("All Skim drinks is/are skim milk")
skip/ (n,v): (n) 1. Short for "skit-prose" (see skit-prose)   2. A blink or quantum teleportation ("That was a dangerous skip to the drugstore, Bob").  3. A particular skit-prose skit.  4. Some sort of fault, error, or bizarre anomaly, in the fabric of ID space ("A skip in space-time is worth two at krunch").  5. A blinker ("That damned skip skipped out on our movie night again").  6. The frusion of the standard Earth noun "skip" with any of the above.  (v) 1. To write skit-prose.  2. To quantum teleport or blink ("I skipped skipping Skip's Skippy peanut butter to the drugstore because they just got a new supply in that morning").  3. The standard usage of skipping ahead on any frwoa player (such as an earth dvd player), and/or the act of simply fast forwarding without passing over an entire scene.  Many of the skit-prose skits (or "skip").  4. The frusion of the standard Earth word "skip" (to pass over) with any of the above.
Skip/ (fictional xiter / friter): 1. A fictional Frangles writer in the former half of the age of the known universe (Flutonia) who suffers the worst case of writer's block in Okuaka's entire 87.8 billennia history.
skit-prose/  (medium): the medium of the Blorkk frwoas, portraying an audio skit style via prose, like the style of a play except without any of the character depth or sophistication of literature common to a play.  Its function is partially to create a sense of suspense and building anxiety of what the hell is going on, slowly degraditing the mind-mangling confusion of the story lines via the scant hope of a story that makes the slightest damn bit of logical sense by the end of it all.  The idea is to go an entire progression of a short time line often knowing little of what was happening even by the end of it, and instead achieve that crystal conclusion after the story has run through its progression in different ways and from multiple xangles. 
{skitprose/ skit prose\}
smint/ (unit): Seventh of a minute.  Frangles is organized into dimensions of seven units, so a Frangles "minute" is often 49 seconds (seven squared), making a "smint" 7 seconds (7^1).  Sometimes reading or plot structure will line up isomorphically with the time of day, such as every page covering a minute.  If an entire seventh of a book were to deal with a single event in more slowly passing time line (via relativity, or a Franglic version of relativity), then the time of day might be very important to understanding that relationship more clearly.  I.e., A ship exploding in a mere smint might parallel a star taking seven hours to go supernova.  Or a momentary event at the big bang might parallel a similar longer one much later in the progression of the known universe (Okuaka).  (see sour).  {sminute/}
sninkwomp/ (v): A mysteriousy and vaguely defined ability of the Urgg.  Peter is the first human to learn it which causes understandably massive stress in his relationship with his girlfriend Emily.  {snikwomp/ sinkwomp/}
soup/ (n): Early flutonian idea for the idea of a "soul", i.e. the soul as a big vifa bowl of mushy metaphorical soup.
sour/ (unit): Seventh of an hour.  Frangles is organized in dimensions of seven units (a book consists of 7 novellas of 7 chapters of 7 pages, etc), so new terms dividing or multiplying units of measurement become useful.  Often a Frangles "hour" will consists of 49 seconds a minute and 49 minutes in an hour.  Hence a "sour" is a seventh (or "sevth") of a frangles hour, meaning seven minutes (or 343 seconds).  Understanding what time it is can be very plot-relevant if the time of day lines up in some way with the events, such as every page covering one minute, and every chapter, seven minutes, etc.  When crafted correctly, every clock time mentioned will have some sort of meaning in relation to the Frangles' over all mathematical structure, so paying attention to how the hours pass might give some insight into how time intertwines varying events.  (see smint).
Square One\ (Flutonian place) [origin: A duality pun involving the phrase "square one" in the sense of a beginning (""back to square one") and the locational sense of the word (i.e. a "city square).  It by chance could have been coined through any of many different methods, as its a very general term that could mean many things.  The first major resulting pun noticed was the relation of the term to the visually square 7x7 brick structure of a single nova (7 chapters of 7 bricks) when the 2 dimensions are shown in the form of an X/Y array or matrix (such as any which take place in or involve Square One)]  A particular vifa city square in Flutonia, in which Skip's adventures/stories begin in many frangles/frwoas of frwoas involving Skip.  From one frangle it's the product of the imaginations of pigeons Todd, Ed, & Eagle, who think themselves into a small park in Square One (or in Square in general from the frangle that Square One itself is a park or similar to a park.)  Its main transportation is the train/subway station Imagination Station.  Frank's Bar, Office B, and Dr. Vifps' office are a few places located at or very near Square One.  {square one\ square One\ Square one\ square 1\ Square 1\ squareone\}
squish/  Squish/ (real xiter): 1. Real life comedian and Xangles writer (also see Squish7), who's becoming more and more fictionalized by being integrated into the Xangles fictional/nonfictional structure.  His narcissistic self-insertion Xangles counterpart is the friter "Skip" of Flutonia.  2. A "squish" of a bunch of things (see Squish7)
Squish7/  Squish-7/ (saga, real life xiter, planet, n): 1. A very definite actual real life Frangles friter and Earth comedian,  also known simply as Squish, whose real life existence is definitely very extremely questionable.  2. The website of this actual real life comedian minus the tld because that would be shameless plugging, assuming Squish7 or a fan is the current xiter editing this index term.  3.  A big collective 'squish' of seven particular and/or random clique of Xangles writers who mot or mot not exist in real life and whose members mot or mot not even be anywhere in the range of seven at all.  4. An alternate term for Frangles, the idea of "squishing" the 7 nonlinear Frangles novels together, which inversely can be similar to detangling them.  5.  A massive frwoa static planet in the dead center of the Purple Nebula of the Pepe ku.  7. A huge collective squish of anything to do with a collection of seven things or seven collections of collections of seven things, or anything where the number seven repeats recursively and self-similarly, discluding this definition because number six appears to be missing.  6. A seven dimensional hypercube or hypercube structure of 7^7 units of measurement (i.e. 7x7x7x7x7x7x7), such as the organization of some of the prose of Xangles into a nonlinear structure.  For instance, the seventh scene of the very very first xangles frwoa (Frangles) would be numbered "1 111 117".  The seventh scene of the last Xangles saga (Squish7) would be "7 111 117".
Starbooks/ (proper place) (..to study) [origin: Fusion of Earth cafe chain store "Starbucks" with "books"; an easy/obvious parody term for a book store that includes a Starbucks cafe within it.  It was coined at a particular Barns & Noble / Starbucks at which a friter did a lot of work on Frangles, specifically nova 13.2 (currently entitled "Skip Starbooks"), which was largely inspired by the location.] A particular vifa bookstore/cafe in Square One, Flutonia, at which Skip does a lot of initial work on his great frwoa.  One idea of the fusion of a bookstore and a cafe is to have less of an idea what specifically goes on there, so Skip's location (and it's vague nature) can be seen to reflect his own fuzzy and non- fleshed out memory and manuscript work, not to mention the writing and memories of the RRL friters friting Skip. {starbooks/ star books\ Star books\ star Books\ Star Books\ StarBooks/}
static/ (n): 1. frwoa static (syn).  2. Any usual Earth definition of static, but applied in various other ways to the Xangles disciplines, fictional worlds, and so on.
susten/  sustening/  sustened/ (invented verb): Xangles uses this word for the verb form of the English noun "sustenance" in the way the noun "sustainment" relates to the verb "sustain".  It would be proper English to say that food "sustains" or "nourishes" the body in serving as "sustainment" or "nourishment" for it, but there is no proper way to say what food does if it is serving as "sustenance" for the body, therefore Xangles invents the verb "susten" for this.  (see sustenant, self-sustenant)
sustenance/ Xangles uses this English noun as is, but modifies it to include the invented verb "susten" and invented adj "sustenant", as no proper equivalent seems to exist.  
(see susten, sustenant, self-sustenant).
s
ustenant/ (invented adj). functioning as sustenance.  Xangles uses this as the adjective form of the English noun "sustenance" (which does not seem to have an adjective form in the English language) in the way that "nourishment" has the English adjective "nourishing".  In the complex fractal structures of the Xangles sagas, every little piece is related to a partial or greater whole.  Hence a concept, frwoa, frwoa fragment, philosophy, brick, idea, etc, might be discussed as a foundation for another, or a central nucleus of another, or sustenance for another.  Hence we'd use the adjectives foundation, central, or sustenant, to modify these nouns.  (see susten, self-sustenant). 
Syfy/: real real life U.S. science-fiction cable channel.
Symmetric Logic\ (phylo): Western Philosophy approaches logic in that one should remove oneself from whether a particular proposition is true, in order to discuss the validity and structure of argument whichever it is.  Symmetric logic does the inverse, and claims that the truth values of all propositions collectively are known and provable whatever the particular proposition, and that this truth value is ultimately the same for each and every one, that each is "half-true" (that is, sorta right and sort of wrong and sort of both and sort of neither and sort of any or all or none of the above).  What's left to study in logic, is the opposition of one statement or argument to another, given that all the truth values are intrinsically known.  
{symmetric logic\ Symmetric logic\ symmetric Logic\ symmetriclogic\ Symetric Logic\ symetric logic\ Symetric logic\}


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tag/
(v): To mark something or someone in some type of fractalish or hyperspacial way, whether via science or moka or tekica or thought or only a vaguely defined method.  ("Tit, it's Tag, it's time to sit and tag this bit for the next frwoa depth").
Tag/ (character): The more intelligent of the comical character duo "Tit & Tag"
tekica/ (n) [TEK ih kah]: Evolved of science and nanononoloy.  Half scientific.  Half mokan (magical).  All scientifical-magical.
thought/ (n): The final step in the evolution of science, moka (magic), and so on, the step before the collapse of the known universe and re-dawn of time via a buggy 486 laptop.
Tile/ (nickname): Condensed nickname for the Tommy-Kyle duo ("I think Skim went out on a double date with Tile for the night")
time/ (n): What, I'm late?  Sorry, guys, I don't have time to define this term right now.  Check back in a few billion sours.
tit/ (n) 1. The acronym Tag You're IT (TYIT) made more pronouncable by dropping the 'y'.   2. A very small amount (a tiny "tit bit")

Tit/ (character): A dopy comic relief character in Blorkk.  (see Tag).
Toad/ (character): An important worflii in Generika who visits the land of Flutonia.
Toby/ (character): Kim's plush chinchilla, who mot actually be a plush person from Kroffonia.
tot/ (n) [TOHT]: 1. abbreviation for "train of thought" (see "train of thought").  2. (v): To think, or to think a general train of thought, or a particular Zeroan type of train of thought.  3. To "talk" by thinking your train of thought aloud.  4. The fuzzy Zeroan / Flutonian mix or fuse of whether one is literally talking, or sorta kinda "think-talking" or "talk-thinking".  5. To board, ride, or get off a train of thought ("What time does your 3:37 tot board?")  6. Any type of confrusion or intertanglement of the word "tot" with the words 'mot', 'bot', 'not', and anything sounding at all vaguely like 'tot'.  E.g. "What mot did your bot tot not get off?  Or was it your bot-mot who got not your tot, but your philly cream cheese bagel?"
train of thought\ (n) (abbrv "tot").  In Zeroa and Flutonia (the end and dawn of the known universe Okuaka), the metaphor "train of thought" takes on a literal meaning.  Thinking about something corporeal can be like solidifying that thing.  (The old philosophy question of whether a couch exists when you turn your back or don't think about it applies quite literally in Zeroa / Flutonia).  Thinking about something for a period of time can be like literally boarding, riding, or getting off, a train.  Thinking a train of thought can allow one to travel not just metaphorically from one physical area of Zeroa or Flutonia to another, but literally, because the physical space of Zeroa / Flutonia is partially defined and/or sustained by the thoughts (past, present, or future) of other beings.  (Applications to ADHD should be horrifically apparent).  Many extended gramatical metaphors also become literal.  For instance, for one's ponderings to "pass the time" could mean the train of thought literally passing the idea of time, or time itself.  (see "tot")
{Train Of Thought\ Train of Thought\}
Twisty Twirly Nonsense Ostrich Random\ (n): acr. TTNOR: A random bullshit term a xiter once yanked out of his ass for lack of anything better call Xangles 5. {TTNOR/ TTNOR\ ttnor/ ttnor\ tnor/ tnor\ Tnor/ Tnor\ TNOR/ TNOR\}


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u'oie'auo'-/ (prefix).  Old Old Old Old Old Old Old [thing].  In cycles of seven of advancing technology / moka / etc, this is identical to [thing].  That is, the technology of a computer AI might evolve so far as to reproduce itself after time bends around.
U'oie'auo'wirl/ : 1. Old Old Old Old Old Old Old World  2. Generikan word for Generika after it has passed through one cycle of Okuaka, as in "360 degrees" rather than "0 degrees"
uo'-/ (prefix): Old Old [thing].  See " o'- "
Uo'wirl/ : 1. Old Old World  2. Generikan word for Florbb

universe/  univii/ univi/ (n). 1. Standard science often intermingles the terms "universe" and "known universe," since no other universe is known.  Science in general claims that everything starting from the big bang to the big crunch is just about all there is.  That no matter or life--or possibly even time--existed before the big bang, nor will after the big crunch.  Xangles attempts a more open minded point of view; on a microscopic scale, we find that every level is always composed of some smaller level, so Xangles assumes/theorizes that the "universe" of galaxies of star systems of planets of stuff of molecules of atoms of quarks (etc), is simply one more fragment which in combination with others, composes something greater.  Xangles calls the known universe a "ku" (acronym for Known Universe), and names our ku (i.e. our known universe) "Okuaka", which is an acronym for "Only Known Universe Anybody Knows About".  Blorkk is the "second known universe" or "second ku" ever discovered, just as Alpha Centauri is Sol's closest star system and Andromeda is our closest spiral galaxy  2. A large body of fiction based in the same worlds or characters (e.g. "The Star Wars universe" or "The Frangles universe"), or their sub-univii ("The univii of Frangles", meaning the various areas of fiction of Frangles).  "Blorkk" (the second known universe)--quite confusingly--is this loose use of the term ("The marketable Blorkk universe of characters and stories"), as well as literally being the second "known universe" itself (or "ku").
Urgg/ (race) [URG]: A Blorkkan Vogon-ish race of fat goopy slimy creatures, mostly dull greenish, often obsessed with the "taking over and/or destruction of Earth."  From a fictional frangle, they were spawned from a single high school passed note from a real life xiter to another that began "I LOVE BIO!!!  Dink dink dink teapot dink dink dink dink.....there's a slime monster in the tank next to me... ack, it's moving.. it's sliding up and over the tank wall... it's crawling down and onto the table... oh no, it's going onto my arm.... aaaaaaa.....".  The Urgg were hence initially small creatures that would attatch to a human and manipulate their actions, and grew to be a semi-intelligent race of aliens with a complex governmental structure.  In all the galaxies of Okuaka in its entire progression from big bang to big crunch, strong evidence of the existence of alien races are never found.  Hence man's first major contact with alien life is that of a race from an entire nother known universe: the second ku known as Blorkk, so the strangeness and new adventure of developing relationships (peace or war or just whatever) with aliens, is doubled by them living in a world in which physics and science functions quite differently.  And yet, they're still the generic cliche race of friendly aliens who  want to blow us to hell and/or enslave/obliterate our race.  
{urg/ Urg/ URG/ URG\ urggg/ urggg\ URGG/ URGG}



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vifa/  vifan/ (adj) [VEE fah / VEE fahn]: Acronym for "Vague Idea For A(N)", a very common description during the first Age of Okuaka (Flutonia), where even general concepts like awareness and self have yet to form coherent concepts, never mind more corporeal things like space and matter and form.  Living in Flutonia is often a fuzzy dream whose tangibility evolves through creativity over time, like a billion year version of waking up in the morning to a solid material world, and being unable to describe exactly where you had been before in your sleep.  i.e. "Skip sipped his vifan expresso in the vifa singles bar" / "Piq plainly pondered a vifa slightly more corporeal philosophy than general metaphysics."  
{vifor/}
Dr. Vifps/ A Flutonian psychiatrist.  {Dr. Vifps\ dr. vifps\ dr. Vifps\}

voka/
(n) [VOE ka]: Vodka without the 'd'


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waldo/ (real life person): Bob, I found him!!  He's in the Xangles index!!
wirl/ Wirl/ ['WHIRL'] 1. Any kind of world--not necessarily a planet, but rather a general world of/in Xanglic fiction such as the "world of Generika"--when relating that world in some sense or another to the temporal twirling (or "whirl") of Okuaka's cycles.  Primarily a Generikan word, so from a Generika's frangle, Generika would be
"the wirl," then prefixes are added to refer to previous ages.  The Old World (that is, Kroffonia) would be O'wirl.  Uo'wirl is Florbb (Old Old World), Auo'wirl is Flurth (Old Old Old World), E'auo'wirl is Earth (Old(4x) World), Ie'auo'wirl is Flutonia (Old(5x) World), Oie'auo'wirl is Zeroa (Old(6x) World, from the frangle time bends back around on itself and Zeroa actually precedes Flutonia), and U'oie'auo'wirl (Old(7x) World) would be Generika again after a full cycle of Okuaka (such as "360 degrees" rather than "0 degrees").  The prefixes are obtained by beginning with 'o' for "old," then adding prefixes of vowels in the standard order AEIOU (etc) for each extra step backward.  These can be applied to any word at all, where the word has evolved from a previous meaning.  For instance, a bot orb could be called an o'krforb, and an Earth computer a uo'krforb (or bot o'orb).  2. Okuaka itself.  As in the Great "Whirl" of tiiiiahhah, you almost had me, Bob, I told you I wouldn't slip and parody Robert Jodan today.  You owe me like twenty !@#$ing bucks.
worflii/ (race) [WORFF lee]: The major dwarf parody race in Generika.
writer's brick\
(n) 1. writer's block in the standard sense, as in hitting a brick wall in your writing  2. a frwoa fragment or module in particular application to fractal prose or art; a basic building block a writer / friter / xiter / griter uses (or can use) to construct a much greater art piece or frwoa.  E.g. a popular sentence that's repeated or altered frequently (i.e. "It was the dawn of the last year of the dead horse overuse of the most cliche Franglian opening chapter sentence ever..")
 3. Any sort of frwoa fragment (sentence, page, book) that's written first as a prototype which functions temporarily as a nucleus around which others are written, not because it's anything more central or important than the others, but because everything in fractal fiction has to revolve around everything else to some extent, so holding a few fragments in place (for instance, if they are already published fragments that a writer may not want to change for consistency) requires writing or re-writing of many many other fragments which in unity form a whole of which any part could have been written first and used as a brick to form the others.  4. One of the former that a writer is having difficulty with, i.e. writer's block occuring when using the technique of modular writer's bricks to write.  Since fractal writing can be very difficult, it can be common to equate the two.  5.  The inverse of the former; a particular writer's brick that's making modular writing very easy as opposed to hard, given the incredible simplicity that can occur in fractal writing, e.g. in writing the same damned story over and over and over and over and over and over with variations, pawning each off as an original frwoa.  6.  Any mix of any the above applied to an actual physical brick (or peudo-corporeal brick) that can be thrown or stacked like a normal physical brick.  ("They're going to brick us to death with the local supply of writer's bricks if we make this damned glossary entry any longer than it already--#RHHEY!  WHAT THE !#@!--").  (see brick)  {writer's bricks\ writers' bricks\ writers bricks\ writers' brick\ writers brick\}
Writer's Bricks\ (frwoa) The first Frangles story worked on that coheres / cohered to a nonlinear story, and the second of which any significant material was posted (the first being the Kyle Kirby frwoa, organized into basic chapters long before Frangles took on a nonlinear structure).  It follows its protagonist Skip as he's dropped off with total long-term amnesia to Square One in Flutonia--a simple, vague, and incoherent city square--where he's informed he's a very very very significant frwoa writer with a very very very important story almost due that the fate of Flutonia and perhaps Okuaka will depend on him finding if he already wrote it, or writing from scratch if he indeed never wrote it to begin with.  It's source of inspiration when written is/was the initial frustration of real real life Frangles writers when beginning to write about Frangles, hence Skip is tortured via the unfair anger displacement and a misery-loves-company complexes of his real real life writers.  {Writers' Bricks\ Writers Bricks\}
writer's pad lock\ (n)  (i.e. a pun fusing a standard "padlock" with "notepad lock" and "writer's notepad").  A stern, semi-sentient pseudo-placebo metal vifan annoying lock that when locked shut, locks a writer's task down to finishing a chapter before it will unlock, forcing them to complete one before they can write anything else.  An excellent gift item for anyone with ADHD.  {padlock/ notepad lock\ writer's notepad lock\ writer's note pad lok\}


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xactal/
(n) [ZACK tahl]: The Xanglic interpretation of an Earth fractal.
xangle/ (n) [ZANG-guhl]: any point of view (i.e. any "angle x" or "x-angle") from which one experiences the universe or a speciric event from.  syn. frangle. 
{xangles/}
Xangles/ (n) [ZANG-guhls]: 1. A prolific creative Earth project begun at the dawn of the third millenia after Christ and collapsing at the dawn of the fourth (2000 - 3000 A.D.), fusing humor, fractals, fiction, and science and philosophy, in brilliantly creative and/or pathetically ripped off ways (depending on your xangle), of which this is its main index.  Its real life systems of science / math / philosophy / religion / logic / etc--which intertwine intrinsically with the fiction--are currently referred to in a needlessly confusing mosh pit of haphazard and mostly bullshit terms (Xanglic Phylo, Fracology, Fractology, Symmetric Logic, Symmetric Philosophy) that like to pretend they stand a chance of being taught in Harvard some day.  The Xangles fictional sagas are referred to as Xangles [X].  That is, Xangles 1 (Frangles: The Known Known Universe), Xangles 2 (Blorkk: The 2nd Known Universe), Xangles 3 (Philosophy of the Oblivion Planet), Xangles 4 (Search for the Last Known Universe), Xangles 5 (Twisty Twirly Nonsense Ostrich Random), and so on.  Each approach the medium of fiction from a creative angle.  2. Another word for the universe, or existence, or Being, etc.  (adj): Xanglian, Xangles, Xanglic
Xangles Prime\ (n) [ZANG-guhls prime]: Yet another excessive and cool sounding Xangles term that really doesn't mean a damn thing except being chosen for the Xangles YouTube page for lack of anything more confusing. {xp/ XP/ Xp/}
XFBS7/ (n) ['X' 'F' 'B' 'S' '7']: The collective Xangles / Frangles / Blorkk / Squish7 group or network of sagas, discluding any other Xangles sub-sagas except Frangles, Blorkk, and Squish7. {xfbs7/ Xfbs7/ xfbS7/ XfbS7/}
xite/ (v) [ZEIT]  xiter/ (n) [ZEI-ter]  1. To "x write" a xwoa (an x-angled work of art) or a xwoa fragment.  The verb "write" usually referes to writing in some specific medium (to write a novel or paper, etc), whereas "xite" generalizes the act of writing in/for multiple mediums, or the general act of writing when the particulars aren't known (e.g. "You won the lottery, Bob, maybe your xiter's getting some").  2. To write from a certain angle or point of view, e.g. to write a screenplay about a real life event from the point of view (the xangle, or frangle) of the writer / xiter / friter, who might be considered to be shedding light on the true story, or to be twisting the story for their own purposes.  3. to write for the particular fiction / nonfiction of Xangles.
xnet/ (net) [EX net]: A much more evolved "internet" of Earth, of which Earth's internet is essentially a part.  A mid-point between computer networks and the living force of Star Wars binding all things. {x-net/ Xnet/ xNet/ X-net/ x-Net/ X net\ x net\ x Net\ X Net\ XNET/}
xorb/ (v, n) [SZORB]: 1. a krforb or xorb or orb.  2. for a krforb or xorb or orb to absorb.  3. some random ability of a krforb or orb or xorb or xorbant borb.  4. An x-angled orb   5. The act of xorbing
x-send/ (v) [EX 'send']: 1. To send someone to a given frwoa depth "x" via thought or scientific means.  E.g. "I can't believe 50-Cent 50-sent me"  2. To foreward a message over the xnet, like "emailing"
xwoa/ (n) [ZOH-ah]: 1. Acronym: an "X-angled Work Of Art".  2. The general Xangles word for "frwoa" (whereas "frwoa" can apply more to Frangles than Xangles in general).  3.  A frwoa seen as taking a particular point of view of the events or experiences portrayed in that frwoa.  E.g. in politics, a president might be a hero--or be villified--in historical artworks, depending on the xangle (or frangle) of the xwoa, and that of the xiter (or friter) xiting the xwoa.
{xoa/ xoah/ xwa/ zoa/ zoah/ zwoah/ zwoa/ xwo/ xoaw/}
xwoa depth\ (n) [ZOH-ah depth]: an x-angled depth (see frwoa depth) {xoa depth\ xoaw depth\}


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[Why oh why oh why]?


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Zeroa/ (focus) [zerr-OH-ah]: The last of the seven foci binding the known known universe, composed of pure thought, entirely coincidentally like the last term in this index.
{zeroa/}
zeuse/ (n): Short for "Zeroan fair use".  The end-of-ku Zeroan equivalent of the real life Fair Use Act (see "Fair Use").  The obvious similarity to the greek god "Zeus" is relevent in that in many areas of Frangles, Fair Use itself (which when fictionalized is sometimes a literary version of the Jedi force binding all things--which itself is only allowed to be quoted here via Fair Use right of parody and commentary), can itself resemble an all powerful and all controlling/elusive god.  One might propose the xangle that Xangles parodies the entire body of human fiction and is only allowed to exist on Earth by the single rule of Right of Parody!  It's jokingly stated that if the zeuse (or "zeus") were to fail and right of parody was not legally allowed, that all of Xangles (and with it the known universe) would perish in the way Fantasia is threatened by the Nothing in the real life Earth frwoa The Neverending Story.  (see Fair Use, frwoa, faruzche)
{zeus/ Zeus/ Zeuse/ zuse/ Zuse}
zizz/ (v): Just like it sounds. {antidisestablishmentarianism/}

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