# Glossary of Kcymaerxthaere

Nyelvate (Shape Word) Glossary## Bala Qhova

[BALL-uh COAH-vuh]### Origin

(Trad. EphilKcyMeril Name)

### Definition

The first person to domesticate a Water Mole.

## Baldwin Brannan

[(as per linear English)]### Origin

(Trad. Kymaerican Name)

### Definition

Sergeant in Army of Alleigh, respected by friend and foe alike. Sometimes called Sarge Brannan. Featured in Cyrus Hawkes’ memoir *Feudal California Boyhood*.

## Bar Sinister

[(as per linear English)]### Origin

(linear English)

### Definition

A band of undead lawyers who travel the world getting guilty people acquitted.

## base 10

[(as per linear English)]### Origin

(Linear english)

### Definition

The numbering system used in most of the linear world. Where numbers are presented in exponential units of 10 and the position of the digit is quite significant. When we write “5,” we mean 5 units of 1 each. But when we write “5243,” we mean 5 units of 1000 (10x10x10) each, 2 units of 100 (10x10) each, 4 of 10 each, and 3 of 1 each.

## base 29

[(as per linear English)]### Origin

(Linear English)

### Definition

The numbering system used by many Kcymaerxthaereal cultures. Where numbers are presented in exponential units of 29 and the position of the digit is quite significant. When we write “5,” we mean 5 units of 1 each. And that is true in base 29 as well. But when we write “5243” in base 29 instead of base 10, we mean: 5 units of 24389 (29x29x29) each, 2 units of 841 (29x29) each, 4 of 29 each, and 3 of 1 each. Which in base 10 would be: 123,746. This is especially useful in the number languages like 158s—over 3.5 million words and names can be written with just 4 digits. In the appendix see one of the most commonly used set of symbols for base 29 in the *xthaere*.

## base 9

[(as per linear English)]### Origin

(Linear English)

### Definition

The numbering system used by the Jihn Wranglikans. Where numbers are presented in exponential units of 9 and the position of the digit is quite significant. When we write “5,” we mean 5 units of 1 each. But when we write “5243” in base 9 instead of base 10, we mean: 5 units of 729 (9x9x9) each, 2 units of 81 (9x9) each, 4 of 9 each, and 3 of 1 each. Which in base 10 would be: 3846

## Battle of Devil’s Marbles

[(as per linear English)]### Origin

(linear English)

### Definition

The final major battle between the People of the Rock and the Material Alliance took place on this site in the *rezhn* of Estrelliia.

## Battle of Marathon

[(as per linear English)]### Origin

(linear English)

### Definition

Here the Marithon coalition decisively stopped the expansionist goals of the Conch Republic, under Switlik and Xi.

## Battle of Some Times

[(as per linear English)]### Origin

(linear English)

### Definition

The cataclysmic battle between Kmpass and the Armies of Complexity that would determine the richness of the worlds.

## Battle of the Platte

[(as per linear English)]### Origin

(linear English)

### Definition

Decisive defeat of the Urushiol by forces led by Nobunaga-Gaisen.

## Battle of the Seas

[(as per linear English)]### Origin

(linear English)

### Definition

An inconclusive battle between oceans that took place in what is now known as the Dry Tortugas.

## Behlnajk(i)

[BELL-nahzheeq]### Origin

(Cognate)

### Definition

Means Whorl of the World—a great nested multi-dimensional spiral that honors all non-combatants who perish in war. And it is built by all those who led forces into battle. There are 6 all together.

# base 29

### Origin

(Linear English)

### Definition

The numbering system used by many Kcymaerxthaereal cultures. Where numbers are presented in exponential units of 29 and the position of the digit is quite significant. When we write “5,” we mean 5 units of 1 each. And that is true in base 29 as well. But when we write “5243” in base 29 instead of base 10, we mean: 5 units of 24389 (29x29x29) each, 2 units of 841 (29x29) each, 4 of 29 each, and 3 of 1 each. Which in base 10 would be: 123,746. This is especially useful in the number languages like 158s—over 3.5 million words and names can be written with just 4 digits. In the appendix see one of the most commonly used set of symbols for base 29 in the *xthaere*.