A shocking truth

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A shocking truth

Postby 157and493 » Mon Jan 11, 2021 5:56 am

The term “naga” is actually meant to be used for the MALE members of the species. The females are meant to be known as “nagi.”

I WAS DECEIVED THIS ENTIRE TIME!
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Re: A shocking truth

Postby Xethoner » Mon Jan 11, 2021 6:37 am

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N%C4%81ga

Wow, i think so many people do not know this so many nagi became naga on accident. Therefore noone is decived.
Anyway looool.
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Re: A shocking truth

Postby Someone92 » Mon Jan 11, 2021 9:56 am

Doesn't the term "naga" refers to male and female members of the species?!
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Re: A shocking truth

Postby Artemis » Mon Jan 11, 2021 11:01 am

Sanskrit uses gendered nouns similarly to Spanish, so that's probably why there's a male and female version of the word.
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Re: A shocking truth

Postby creamedbytherabbit » Mon Jan 11, 2021 3:53 pm

Most commonly, people will refer to geese as a goose when pointing out a single one. A goose is a female and a gander is a male. Despite this, a single goose or gander is referred to as a goose anyways. It’s just what we’ve become used to. I think this also applies here. It’s hard to notice a mistake when it’s become the norm. I could never call a naga a nagi even if I knew it was correct because it’s something that’s always been that way, and it’s a pretty minor difference anyways. Imagine you find out a burger is actually supposed to be called a kurger and yet continue to live in a world where pretty much everyone else still calls it a burger. Would you still want to call it by its true name?
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Re: A shocking truth

Postby Eka » Mon Jan 11, 2021 3:54 pm

Same with Android, everyone just call every humanoid robot Android these days, but it was actually specifically male humanoid robot. Female should be referred to as a gynoid or fembot.

Language evolves. If enough people decided they don't care, it changes. Etc.

Also not sure what this have to do with vore?
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Re: A shocking truth

Postby Shugoki » Mon Jan 11, 2021 5:16 pm

Maybe if you got rid of that old yee-yee ass haircut you got, you'd get some bitches on your dick. Oh, better yet, maybe Tanisha'll call your dog-ass if she ever stop fuckin' with that brain surgeon or lawyer she fucking with, ♪Naga
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Re: A shocking truth

Postby creamedbytherabbit » Mon Jan 11, 2021 5:25 pm

Shugoki wrote:Maybe if you got rid of that old yee-yee ass haircut you got, you'd get some bitches on your dick. Oh, better yet, maybe Tanisha'll call your dog-ass if she ever stop fuckin' with that brain surgeon or lawyer she fucking with, ♪Naga

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Re: A shocking truth

Postby fixated1 » Mon Jan 11, 2021 5:32 pm

Isn't there another name for them besides Naga, lamia, and echidna? I remember I used to call them something else but everyone says naga and lamia so much it's been pushed out of my head.
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Re: A shocking truth

Postby Shugoki » Mon Jan 11, 2021 6:30 pm

fixated1 wrote:Isn't there another name for them besides Naga, lamia, and echidna? I remember I used to call them something else but everyone says naga and lamia so much it's been pushed out of my head.

Snake people are a fairly common motif in folklore, so you could be thinking of any number of names. D&D also has similar creatures called Yuan-Ti.
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Re: A shocking truth

Postby IvesBentonEaton » Tue Jan 12, 2021 2:13 am

In my own setting, ophidians are very much like the nāga described in the linked Wikipedia article: not quite lycanthropes able to assume human (or elven) form, snake form (giant constrictor snake rather than cobra), and hybrid form (humanoid from the waist up, snake below that). They are not true lycanthropes in that they have no damage resistance overcome by silver, although they can pass on the curse by their bite, so there are natural (born that way) and afflicted (acquired the curse by being bitten by a natural) ophidians. They can only really eat in their full snake forms; their humanoid forms or humanoid halves in hybrid forms have atrophied digestive tracts that make it impossible to eat much, if anything, in those forms.

And yes, they have been known to eat humans and humanoids in their snake form, although it is not necessarily a species-wide habit.
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Re: A shocking truth

Postby 157and493 » Wed Jan 13, 2021 1:16 am

Eka wrote:Same with Android, everyone just call every humanoid robot Android these days, but it was actually specifically male humanoid robot. Female should be referred to as a gynoid or fembot.

Language evolves. If enough people decided they don't care, it changes. Etc.

Also not sure what this have to do with vore?


Since these creatures are so commonly depicted in vore I just thought people might find it funny to know that technically the incorrectly terminology was being used to describe them. This post was really more of a joke for fun than anything else, but I can see how it does not connect to vore directly so it might be clogging up the forum.
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Re: A shocking truth

Postby sevensix » Thu Jan 14, 2021 9:52 am

fixated1 wrote:Isn't there another name for them besides Naga, lamia, and echidna? I remember I used to call them something else but everyone says naga and lamia so much it's been pushed out of my head.

It's not mythologically accurate, but maybe [G]orgons? Or "ophitaur" would sort of work (if linguistically dubious).
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