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MOGAI/LGBTQIA Terms in Nefirian Explained
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Breakdown of how I formed MOGAI/LGBTQIA terms in Nefirian
This public article was written by Raijania, and last updated on 19 Mar 2018, 02:04.

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fe [fɛ] = no
hi [hi] = without

aseuxual, aromantic, and agender all start with 'fehi' then followed by the relevant factor. It should should be read as "having no or without ___"

'Bi'

cul [t͡ʃʊl] = two
pasu [pasʊ] = gender

bigender, bisexual, and biromantic all start with 'culpasu' then followed by the relevant factor except for bigender which is expressed only by 'culpasu'. It should be read as "two-gendered" or "attracted to two genders romantically/sexually"

'Hetero'

kica [kit͡ʃa] = different
pasu [pasʊ] = gender

heterosexual and heteromantic both start with 'kicapasu' then followed by the relevant factor. It should be read as "attracted to a (one) gender different from their own romantically/sexually"

'Homo'

yorä [jɔɾe̞] = same
pasu [pasʊ] = gender

homosexual and homoromantic both start with 'yoräpasu' then followed by the relevant factor. It should be read as "attracted to a (one) gender the same as their own romantically/sexually"

'Pan'

nir [niɾ] = any
pasu [pasʊ] = gender

pansexual and panromantic both start with 'nirpasu' then followed by the relevant factor. It should be read as "attracted to any gender romantically/sexually"

'Cisgender'

fe [fɛ] = no
sien [siɛn] = change
fas [fas] = birth
pasu [pasʊ] = gender

These words combine to mean 'cisgender' and should be read as "no change from birth gender" (assigned gender at birth)

'Transgender'

daine [dainɛ] = transition
pasu [pasʊ] = gender

These words combine to mean 'transgender' and should be read as "transitioned from birth gender" (assigned gender at birth)

'Intersex'

defit [dɛfit] = indeterminate
nafal [nafal = sex (biological)

These words combine to mean 'intersex' and should be read as "a person of indeterminate biological sex" (their biological sex does not fit into what is considered typical of male or female biology)

'Genderfluid'

sien [siɛn] = change
sö [sə] = presently
pasu [pasʊ] = gender

These words combine to mean 'genderfluid' and should be read as "a person whose gender changes currently and continuously"

'Genderqueer'

fäha [fe̞ha] = other
pasu [pasʊ] = gender

These words combine to mean 'genderqueer' and should be read as "a person whose gender is other (than male or female)"

'Three Gendered System'

Nefirian does not typically use gendered language as there are no gendered pronouns. However their are three 'whole words' to describe male, female, and nonbinary gendered experience listed below. Any other terms referring to gender aside from these three are to be used more or less as clarifiers rather than a gender identity in and of themselves. The exception being agender (fehipasu) as it is not typically considered nonbinary due to it being the lack of gender identity.

ohin [ɔhin] = female
lifa [lifa] = male
abai [abai] = nonbinary
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