Praxian Naming Practices

From: bjm10@cornell.edu
Date: Fri 24 Mar 2000 - 00:55:27 EET


Since SOMEbody asked

http://www.people.cornell.edu/pages/bjm10/Gloling/praxname.html

As for the out-of-world explanations:

Prax is the name of a plainsland in a book by "Dr. Seuss"--an author of
children's stories. The story tells of a Northgoing Zax meeting a
Southgoing Zax, both of them walking on the Plains of Prax. They are
both so stupidly stubborn that they spend the rest of eternity staring at
each other rather than take a single step to the side. Very "Praxian"
behavior.

As for the other names, who knows where The Staffmeister came up with them.

All I know is that Yelm and Chalann are municipalities in Washington state.

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