The Moon of Xxene

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Young Adult  |  House: Booksie Classic
A Maiden, a king, and an officer; each with their own secret. One is haunted by the black shroud that covers her mind. One is haunted by the burden of a nation and the iron rule of his mother. One is haunted by his station. All will be haunted by the past. Can this trio overcome the pressures of life in a palace full of secrets, or will these secrets be their undoing?

*This story borrows from some aspects of Nigerian culture, food, and names.*

Table of Contents

Prologue

Submitted: July 02, 2019


Definitions and Pronunciation Guide: [Alora – “Ah-loh-rah”]* [Emeravwe – “Eh-may-rahv-wey”]* [Eséme – “Eh-say-meh”]* [Miguo (“Me-goo-uh”) – A respectful greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank
you”]* [Ofere – “Oh-feh-ray”]* [Uvo – “Ooh-voh”]* [Vrendo (“Vrehn-doh”) – The response to “Miguo”]* [Xxene – “Zen”]
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First Phase.1

Submitted: July 02, 2019


Definitions and Pronunciation Guide: [Adewemimo – “Ah-deh-weh-me-moh”]* [Agaenaye ("Ah-gay-nah-yeh") – third rank of palace Maidens]* [Aye (“Ah-yeh”) – first rank of palace Maidens]* [Emeravwe –
“Eh-may-rahv-wey”]* [Oghene (“Uh-geh-neh") - God]* [Omote (“Uh-muh-teh”) – fourth and lowest rank of palace Maidens]* [Orori (“Oh-roh-ree”) - “Lord”, title used for first and second rank officials,
and lords from prominent families]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") - “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king.]
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First Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 03, 2019


[Agaenaye ("Ah-gay-nah-yeh") – third rank of palace Maidens]* [Aye (“Ah-yeh”) – first rank of palace Maidens]* [Omote (“Uh-muh-teh”) – fourth and lowest rank of palace Maidens]* [Orodje
(“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King”. Orodje is a title usually combined with a court name and can be used to refer to any king, past and present.]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") - “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used
to address the reigning king.]
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First Phase.3 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 03, 2019


Definitions and Pronunciation Guide: [Aye (“Ah-yeh”) – first rank of palace Maidens]* [Ogheneme (“Uh-geh-neh-meh”) – My God]* [Omote (“Uh-muh-teh”) – fourth and lowest rank of palace Maidens]
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Second Phase

Submitted: July 03, 2019


Definitions and Pronunciation Guide: [Oghene (“Uh-geh-neh”) – God]* [Onóturode (“Oh-nuh-too-roh-day”) – Prime Minister]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the
reigning king.]* [Xxene – “Zen”]
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Third Phase.1

Submitted: July 06, 2019


Definitions and Pronunciation Guide: [Aya (“A-yah”) – second rank of palace Maidens]* [Butu (Boo-too”) – Female greeting; curtsy with hands cupped before the chest.]* [Digwe (Deeg-weh”) – Male
greeting; bow with the hands cupped before the chest.]* [Onorogu (Oh-noh-roh-goo”) – the nobility of Xxene]* [Xxenen (“Zee-nehn”)]
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Third Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 06, 2019


Omote (Uh-muh-teh) - fourth and lowest rank of palace Maidens
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Fourth Phase

Submitted: July 07, 2019


[Aya (“A-yah”) – second rank of palace Maidens]* [Aye (“Ah-yeh”) – first rank of palace Maidens]* [Butu (Boo-too”) – Female greeting; curtsy with hands cupped before the chest.]* [Miguo
(“Me-goo-uh”) – A respectful greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank you”]* [Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers]* [Omote (“Uh-muh-teh”) –
fourth and lowest rank of palace Maidens]* [Onóturode (“Oh-nuh-too-roh-day”) – Prime Minister]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King.” Orodje is a title usually combined with a court name and can be used
to refer to any king, past and present.]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king.]
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Fifth Phase.1

Submitted: July 07, 2019


[Butu (Boo-too”) – female greeting; curtsy with hands cupped before the chest]* [Miguo (“Me-goo-uh”) – a respectful greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank you”]* [Omote (“Uh-muh-teh”) – fourth
and lowest rank of palace Maidens]* [Vrendo (“Vrehn-doh”) – the response to “Miguo”]
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Fifth Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 08, 2019


[Akpokene (“Ahk-po-keh-neh”)]* [Edidjana (“Eh-dee-jah-nah”) – Religious day of rest and worship]* [Orhorho (“Oh-ro-ro”) - A person of mixed blood, both of the Four Tribes of Xxene and Wuhwuh]*
[Wuhwuh – an ostracized people not belonging to the Four Tribes of Xxene]
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Sixth Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 11, 2019


[Oghene (“Uh-geh-neh”) - God]* [Orhorho (“Oh-ro-ro”) - A person of mixed blood, both of the Four Tribes of Xxene and Wuhwuh]* [Wuhwuh – an ostracized people not belonging to the Four Tribes of
Xxene]
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Sixth Phase.1

Submitted: July 10, 2019


[Akpokene (“Ahk-po-keh-neh”)]* [Wuhwuh – an ostracized people not belonging to the Four Tribes of Xxene]* [Xxenen (“Zee-nehn”)]
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Sixth Phase.3 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 13, 2019


[Digwe (“Deeg-weh”) – Male greeting; bow with the hands cupped before the chest]* [Kada (“Kah-dah”) – King’s response to the greeting “Umogu”, roughly meaning, “Grace upon you.”]* [Miguo
(“Me-goo-uh”) – Respectful greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank you]* [Umogu (“Ooh-moh-goo”) – Deferential greeting only for the king, roughly meaning, “Greetings to the revered”]* [Onótu
(“Oh-nuh-too”) – Minister]* [Ovye (“Ohv-yeh”) – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king.]* [Ovyeme (“Ohv-yeh-meh”) – “My King”]
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Seventh Phase.1

Submitted: July 14, 2019


[Digwe (“Deeg-weh”) – Male greeting; bow with the hands cupped before the chest]* [Miguo (“Me-goo-uh”) – Respectful greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank you]* [Ovye (“Ohv-yeh”) – “King.” Ovye
is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king.]* [Ovyeme (“Ohv-yeh-meh”) – “My King”]
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Seventh Phase.3 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 16, 2019


[Aya (“A-yah”) – second rank of palace Maidens]* [Oghene (“Uh-geh-neh”) - God]* [Omote (“Uh-muh-teh”) – fourth and lowest rank of palace Maidens]
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Seventh Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 15, 2019


[Agaenaye ("Ah-gay-nah-yeh") – third rank of palace Maidens]* [Aye (“Ah-yeh”) – first rank of palace Maidens]* [Omote (“Uh-muh-teh”) – fourth and lowest rank of palace Maidens]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") -
“King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king]
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Eighth Phase

Submitted: July 17, 2019


[Oniri (“Oh-nee-ree”) – Title used for third and fourth rank court officials]* [Onóturode (“Oh-nuh-too-roh-day”) – Prime Minister]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King”]
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Ninth Phase.1

Submitted: July 19, 2019


[Miguo (“Me-goo-uh”) – a respectful greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank you”]* [Oghene (“Uh-geh-neh”) – God]* [Onóturode (“Oh-nuh-too-roh-day”) – Prime Minister]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) –
“King”. Orodje is a title usually combined with a court name and can be used to refer to any king, past and present.]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the
reigning king.]* [Vrendo (“Vrehn-doh”) – the response to “Miguo”]
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Ninth Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 20, 2019


[Miguo (“Me-goo-uh”) – a respectful greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank you”]* [Onóturode (“Oh-nuh-too-roh-day”) – Prime Minister]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King”. Orodje is a title usually
combined with a court name and can be used to refer to any king, past and present.]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king.]
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Tenth Phase.1

Submitted: July 21, 2019


[Kada (“Kah-dah”) – King’s response to the greeting “Umogu”, roughly meaning, “Grace upon you.”]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king.]*
[Ovyeme (“Ohv-yeh-meh”) – “My King”]* [Umogu (“Ooh-moh-goo”) – Deferential greeting only for the king, roughly meaning, “Greetings to the revered”]* [Onorogu (“Oh-no-roh-goo”)]* [Onéki
(“Aw-nay-kee”)]* [Ehwoéki (“Eh-hwoh-ay-kee”)]* [Ehworegha (“Eh-hwoh-ray-gah”)]* [Ivyogbere (“Eve-yohg-beh-reh”)]
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Tenth Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 21, 2019


[Oghene (“Uh-geh-neh”) – God]* [Onóturode (“Oh-nuh-too-roh-day”) – Prime Minister]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King”. Orodje is a title usually combined with a court name and can be used to refer to
any king, past and present.]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king.]
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Eleventh Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 25, 2019


[Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers]* [Onóturode (“Oh-nuh-too-roh-day”) – Prime Minister]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King.” Orodje is a title
usually combined with a court name and can be used to refer to any king, past and present.]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king.]* [Orhorho
(“Oh-ro-ro”) - A person of mixed blood, both of the Four Tribes of Xxene and Wuhwuh]* [Onorogu – Noble class of Xxene]* [Ehwoéki – Third lowest caste of Xxene]* [Wuhwuh – an ostracized people not
belonging to the Four Tribes of Xxene]
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Eleventh Phase.1

Submitted: July 24, 2019


[Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers]* [Onori (“Oh-noh-ree”) – “Master.” Title used for fifth and sixth rank officials/officers]* [Onorogu –
Noble class of Xxene]* [Ehwoéki – Third lowest caste of Xxene]
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Twelfth Phase

Submitted: July 27, 2019


[Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers]* [Onóturode (“Oh-nuh-too-roh-day”) – Prime Minister]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King.” Orodje is a title
usually combined with a court name and can be used to refer to any king, past and present.]* [Onorogu – Noble caste of Xxene] [Ehwoéki – Third lowest caste of Xxene]
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Thirteenth Phase.1

Submitted: July 28, 2019


[Agidigbo (“Ah-ghee-deeg-boh”) - A rectangular box instrument.]* [Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers.]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") – “King.” Ovye is a
stand-alone title used to address the reigning king.]
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Thirteenth Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: July 31, 2019


[Kada – King’s response to “Umogu”, roughly meaning, “Grace upon you.”]* [Ochuko ("Uh-choo-koh") – a seventh rank court official]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King”. Orodje is a title usually
combined with a court name and can be used to refer to any king, past and present.]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king.]* [Ovyeme
(“Ohv-yeh-meh”) – “My King”]* [Umogu (“Ooh-moh-goo”) – Deferential greeting only for the king, roughly meaning, “Greetings to the revered”]* [Onorogu – Noble caste]* [Onéki (“Aw-nay-kee”) – second
highest caste]* [Ehwoéki (“Eh-hwoh-ay-kee”) – Third highest caste]* [Ehworegha (“Eh-hwoh-ray-gah”) – Fourth highest caste]* [Ivyogbere (“Eve-yohg-beh-reh”) – Fifth highest caste]* [Yaroy – Subclass
of Ivyogbere]* [Wuhwuh – Lowest caste]
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Fourteenth Phase.1

Submitted: August 01, 2019


[Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers]* [Oghene (“Uh-geh-neh”) – God]* [Onughe (“Oh-noo-gay”) – A court official of the eighth and lowest rank]*
[Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King”]* [Onorogu – Noble caste]* [Ehwoéki (“Eh-hwoh-ay-kee”) – Third highest caste]
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Fourteenth Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: August 02, 2019


[Ochuko ("Uh-choo-koh") – A seventh rank court official]* [Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers]* [Onorogu – Noble caste]* [Onéki (“Aw-nay-kee”) –
Second highest caste]* [Ehwoéki (“Eh-hwoh-ay-kee”) – Third highest caste]* [Ehworegha (“Eh-hwoh-ray-gah”) – Fourth highest caste]* [Ivyogbere (“Eve-yohg-beh-reh”) – Fifth highest caste]* [Wuhwuh –
Lowest caste]
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Fifteenth Phase

Submitted: August 09, 2019


[Agaenaye ("Ah-gay-nah-yeh") – third rank of palace Maidens]* [Aya (“A-yah”) – second rank of palace Maidens]* [Oghene (“Uh-geh-neh”) – God]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King”]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") –
“King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king]* [Ovyeraye – Queen”]* [Onorogu – Noble caste]
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Sixteenth Phase

Submitted: August 13, 2019


[Miguo – A respectful greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank you”]* [Onori – Title used for fifth and sixth rank officials]* [Onótu – Minister]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King.” Orodje is a
title usually combined with a court name and can be used to refer to any king, past and present.]* [Ovye (“Ohv-yeh”) – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king]*
[Ovyeraye (“Ohv-yeh-rah-yeh”) – “Queen”]* [Onorogu – Noble caste]* [Vrendo – The response to “Miguo”]
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Seventeenth Phase.1

Submitted: August 17, 2019


[Oghene (“Uh-geh-neh”) – God]* [Onótu (“Oh-nuh-too”) – Minister]* [Onorogu – Noble caste of Xxene]
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Seventeenth Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: August 18, 2019


[Digwe (“Deeg-weh”) – Male greeting; bow with the hands cupped before the chest]* [Miguo (“Me-goo-uh”) – Respectful greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank you”]* [Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title
used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers]* [Onótu (“Oh-nuh-too”) – Minister]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King.” Orodje is a title usually combined with a court name and can be used
to refer to any king, past and present.]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king.]
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Eighteenth Phase.1

Submitted: August 23, 2019


[Agaenaye ("Ah-gay-nah-yeh") – third rank of palace Maidens]* [Dou – Informal greeting meaning “Hello”, “Thank you”, or expressing sympathy and regret]* [Miguo (“Mee-goo-uh”) – A respectful
greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank you”]* [Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers]* [Onótu (“Oh-nuh-too”) – Minister]* [Onorogu – Noble
caste]
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Eighteenth Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: August 24, 2019


[Agaenaye ("Ah-gay-nah-yeh") – third rank of palace Maidens]* [Butu (Boo-too”) – Female greeting; curtsy with hands cupped before the chest]* [Digwe (“Deeg-weh”) – Male greeting; bow with the hands
cupped before the chest]* [Dou – Informal greeting meaning “Hello”, “Thank you”, or expressing sympathy and regret]* [Miguo (“Mee-goo-uh”) – A respectful greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank
you”]* [Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – King]* [Vrendo – The response to “Miguo”]* [Onorogu – Noble caste]*
[Ehwoéki – Third lowest caste]
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Nineteenth Phase.1

Submitted: September 06, 2019


[Butu (Boo-too”) – Female greeting; curtsy with hands cupped before the chest]* [Miguo (“Me-goo-uh”) – Respectful greeting which can mean “Hello” or “Thank you]* [Omote (“Uh-muh-teh”) – fourth and
lowest rank of palace Maidens]* [Ovye (“Ohv-yeh”) – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king]* [Vrendo (“Vrehn-doh”) – The response to “Miguo”]
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Nineteenth Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: September 17, 2019


[Agaenaye ("Ah-gay-nah-yeh") – third rank of palace Maidens]* [Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers]* [Ogheneme (“Uh-geh-neh-meh”) – My God]*
[Onori (“Oh-noh-ree”) – “Master.” Title used for fifth and sixth rank officials/officers]* [Orodje (“Oh-roh-jeh”) – “King”]* [Ovyeraye (“Ohv-yeh-rah-yeh”) – “Queen”]* [Ivyogbere
(“Eve-yohg-beh-reh”) – Fifth lowest caste]* [Onorogu – Noble caste]
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Twentieth Phase

Submitted: September 25, 2019


[Agaenaye ("Ah-gay-nah-yeh") – third rank of palace Maidens]* [Digwe (“Deeg-weh”) – Male greeting; bow with the hands cupped before the chest]* [Kada – King’s response to “Umogu”, roughly meaning,
“Grace upon you.”]* [Oga (“Uh-gah”) – “Sir.” Title used for eighth and seventh rank court officials/officers]* [Oghene (“Uh-geh-neh”) – God]* [Onótu (“Oh-nuh-too”) – Minister]* [Onóturode
(“Oh-nuh-too-roh-day”) – Prime Minister]* [Osiebé (“Oh-see-eh-bay”) – A fourth rank court official]* [Ovye ("Ohv-yeh") – “King.” Ovye is a stand-alone title used to address the reigning king]*
[Umogu (“Ooh-moh-goo”) – Deferential greeting only for the king, roughly meaning, “Greetings to the revered.”]* [Onorogu – Noble caste]
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Twenty-First Phase.1

Submitted: March 13, 2020


Definitions and Pronunciation Guide: [Agaenaye (“Ah-gay-nah-yeh”) – Third rank of palace Maidens] [Dou – Informal greeting to express gratitude or sympathy] [Oghene (“Uh-geh-neh”) – God] [Ogheneme
(“Uh-geh-neh-meh”) – My God] [Onorogu – The noble caste of Xxene]
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Twenty-First Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: March 14, 2020


Definitions and Pronunciation Guide: [Agaenaye (“Ah-gay-nah-yeh”) – Third rank of palace Maidens] [Onóturode (“Oh-nuh-too-roh-dey”) – Prime Minister] [Oréaye (“Oh-ray-ah-yeh”) – Honorable Lady
(Title used by wives of ministers/lords)] [Orodje – King] [Orori – Lord]
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Twenty-Second Phase.1

Submitted: March 21, 2020


Definitions and Pronunciation Guide: [Miguo – Respectful greeting meaning “Hello” or “Thank you.”] [Onótuode – Prime Minister] [Orodje – “King”; title used to address any king, past or present]
[Orori – “Lord”; title used for high-ranking officials and lords from prominent families] [Ovye – “King”; title used only by the reigning king]
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Twenty-Second Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: March 27, 2020


Definitions Guide: [Agaenaye- Third rank palace Maiden] [Butu – Female greeting; curtsy with hands cupped before chest] [Digwe – Male greeting; bow with hands cupped before chest] [Miguo –
Respectful greeting] [Oghene – Xxene’s deity] [Ólórógun – Second rand court official; Director of a ministry] [Oniri – Title for third and fourth rank officials] [Onori – Title for fifth and sixth
rank officials] [Onóturode – Prime Minister] [Orori – Title for first and second rank officials] [Osiebé – A fourth rank court official] [Ovye – Title used for the reigning king] [Vrendo – Response
to “Miguo”]
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Twenty-Third Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: April 20, 2020


Definitions and Pronunciation Guide: [Agaenaye (Ah-gay-nah-yeh) – third rank palace Maiden] [Aye (Ah-yeh) – first rank palace Maiden] [Omote (Uh-muh-teh) – fourth and lowest rank palace Maiden]
[Onóturode (Oh-nuh-too-roh-deh) – Prime Minister] [Orodje (Oh-rod-jeh) - King] [Orori (Oh-roh-ree) - Lord]
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Twenty-Third Phase.1

Submitted: April 07, 2020


Definitions: [Miguo – Respectful greeting meaning “Hello” or “Thank you”] [Oghene – Xxene’s deity] [Onótu – Minister] [Ovye – Title used by the reigning king]
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Twenty-Fourth Phase

Submitted: April 29, 2020


Definitions Guide: [Agaenaye – A third rank palace Maiden] [Butu – Female greeting with curtsy] [Digwe – Male greeting with bow] [Ehwoéki – Third lowest caste in Xxene’s caste system] [Kada –
“Grace upon you.” King’s response to “Umogu.”] [Onótu – Minister] [Orodje – Title used for any king] [Ovye – Title only for the reigning king] [Umogu – “Greetings to the revered.”] [Deferential
greeting only for the king.]
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Twenty-Fifth Phase.1

Submitted: May 16, 2020


Definitions: [Agaenaye – Third rank of palace Maidens] [Aya – Second rank of palace Maidens] [Aye – First rank of palace Maidens] [Ayeme – “My Lady”] [Ehwoéki – Third lowest caste] [Oga – Title
used for seventh and eighth rank officials/officers] [Ogheneme – “My God”] [Onori – Title used for fifth and sixth rank official/officers] [Orodje – “King.” Title used for any king.] [Ovye –
“King.” Title only for the reigning king.]
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Twenty-Fifth Phase.2 (Continuation)

Submitted: May 16, 2020


Definitions: [Agaenaye – Third rank of palace Maidens] [Aya – Second rank of palace Maidens] [Oga – Title used for seventh and eighth rank officials/officers] [Omote – Fourth rank of palace
Maidens] [Orodje – “King.” Title used for any king.]
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