Notchcube

noun
A grey brick slightly larger than a fist; the basic building block of many Supra City megastructures.
Origin
Presumed to be coined after the creator of Minecraft, Markus “Notch” Persson.
Source
The Causal Angel

Pentathanaluna

noun
The malady referred to by laymen as the Five-Day Reversible Death.
Origin
Formed from pénte (five), thánatos (death), and lūna (the moon).
Source
Dimension of Miracles

Solsake

exclamation
An oath sworn in the name of humanity’s home star.
Source
Faithful to Thee, Terra, in Our Fashion

Sweedack

interjection
Contraction of je suis d’accord.
Origin
Popularised by French Canadian hockey players in the twenty-first century.
Source
The Shockwave Rider

Deevee

verb
To devalue or invalidate something.
Origin
Possibly a contraction of ‘de-validate’.
Source
The Shockwave Rider

Truedeath

noun
Death of an uploaded mind without a backup.
Source
The Fractal Prince

Beemee

noun
A device for transmitting the sensorium.
Origin
Phonetic transcription of “be me”.
Source
The Fractal Prince

Wildcode

noun plural
Rogue nanomachines.
Source
The Fractal Prince

Aurelac

noun
A subterranean organism resembling a botanical rhizome, known to produce valuable pearl-like stones.
Origin
Derived from aureus (golden) and lac (milk).
Source
Prospect

Corsec

noun
A unit of time.
Origin
Possibly an abbreviation of ‘corrected’ (for time dilation) and ‘second’.
Source
The Island

Astralight

noun
Artificial outdoor lighting with an effect resembling starlight.
Origin
Astrum (star).
Source
The White Pony

Calcker

noun informal
A computer.
Origin
Corruption of ‘calculator’.
Source
Wish Upon a Star