Talk:L E P/The body

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I claim this topic to be chief-edited by myself. ;-) Of course, anybody else is invited to take part. Na'rìghawnu 15:27, 6 March 2010 (UTC)

--Prrton 06:14, 8 March 2010 (UTC) I propose that we need words also for the following
- body stripe (a word for an individual stripe/blue color variation) (B)
- bioluminescent stripe (as opposed to the dots of light/tanhì (tankilvan?) (B)
- facial stripe (a word for an individual strip on the face as opposed to the body/blue color variation)
- facial striping pattern (not just the name of the individual stripes, but something like the equivalent of a human "fingerprint" (the unique pattern of the face that belongs to each individual)(B)
- The tendrils at the end of the queue (on the Na'vi) and on the antennae of the ioang that bond during tsaheylu) (B)

Why "strong" and "weak"? Don't txur and meyp suffice? --Lance R. Casey 16:32, 9 March 2010 (UTC)

D'oh! —Wm.annis 02:38, 10 March 2010 (UTC)