Lexicon for the Provisional Future(s)



August 29th, 2007

bez dana (srb.) ~ without a day or daylight
bezdan – common name for the tap or a fountain in the villages of Serbia, Bosnia, etc. Probably referees to the digging of very deep holes or wells in interior of the ground to get fresh and potable subterranean waters.

Ability to get to the deepest part that is the common place, the constant, and part that never changes. Place not touched by the daylight, the most profound, place of maximal density.

Opposite to zbirljivost ~ (it.) aggiungitudine. (more…)