Letters from Igniza

Convey Meaning within Symbols

The Word, Moniker

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Moniker is a name.

There is definition, informally it is some sort of title or nickname/alias.

This is rather unusual word. I only find it be probably Irish/Shelta according to Dictionary. A word from some sort of Celtic language.

Utterances and nonsense, it would seem. Yet like all commonly heard words, moniker and others rarely heard exist. We should know they do.

I may not know, but I know everyone has a name with a meaning. We all are monikers with a symbol embedded within us that is not written on paper. Although they were said or written differently, names are given by our parents or guardians, or sometimes what we choose by.

A moniker has a significant purpose where we are born in and to. Like I, Igniza am a moniker with chosen name specifically. A person is made to share this knowledge to know by a moniker. It is not an empty space nor from a nameless being.

A existing term which I reveal, has been uncovered from my writing. Many of these unknown monikers will as well.

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Author: Igniza

Just a freelanced and anonymous female writer with an oddity of interests and of such to write about.

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