All Fairy-Related MOGAI Terms

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Botanyi

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Botanyari (flux between botanya and botanyi)
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Botanyori (flux between botanyo and botanyi) Flag
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Botanyaro (flux between botanya and botanyo) Flag
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Botanivy (fluidity between Botanya, Botanyo, and Botanyi) Flag
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Botanyi is a floragender defined as "an unaligned(agender OR xenic) gender related to plants, the fae, nature, and magic. It feels light, and floaty at times, but evil and scary at others."1

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History of the term

Botanyi and related terms were coined on December 9, 20182 by tumblr user genderqueer-dream. The flags were created on December 14, 2018 by tumblr user xeno-aligned.3

Changelic

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Changelic is a mythologender defined as "a gender that was stolen and feels replaced, as though the one in the original gender’s place is wearing a glamour to disguise itself. not for use by allistics"1

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History of the term

Changelic was coined on July 7, 2019 by an anonymous frind of tumblr user mogai-identities-blog. The flag was created at the same time bymogai-identities-blog.2

Faegender

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Color meanings: The 4 colored stripes are representing the seasons. And the black stripe(s) represent the night sky with the moon.

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Faegender (or Faeori) is a mythologender defined as "when an individual’s gender changes with the seasons, equinoxes, and moon phases."1 It was later updated to "a gender related to The Fae — a gender that changes with the seasons, equinoxes, and moon phases, and/or a neurogender related to the Changeling myth (which is about autistic people)”2
Not to be confused with Genderfae or Faygender.

History of the term

Faegender was coined on or before October 28, 2014 by anonymous via MOGAI-Archive.3 The flags were created on September 9, 20154 and October 16, 2015 [5][6] by Pride-Flags on Deviantart.

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My gender isn’t genderfae,
don’t erase me, fucking scum!
It’s not faygender, either–
are you fucking dumb?

My gender changes with the moon,
the weather, and the seasons–
it’s not my fault you can’t keep track
for some stupid reason.

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Faeigender

Faeigender is a mythologender defined as "a gender linked to the Fair Folk/Nature Spirits (elves, fairies, nymphs, dryads, pixies, sprites, etc…). Or a gender inspired by them that feels: mischievous, ethereal, light, magical, pastel, wild, vast, cunning and fluid. You can add terms to the end if you want, and end up with stuff like: Faeifluid, Faeiboy/girl/non binary, etc…"1

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History of the term

Faeigender was coined on July 15, 2018 by anonymous via uncommongenders.2 There is no flag.

Faekami

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The pinks and purples represent [their] femininity, the soft/pastel/“girly” side of [them], as well as the angelic aesthetic of “pastel clouds”
The blue stripes represent [their] masculinity. [Their] “rough and tough” side. But it’s pastel blue, to show [their] connection to the Universe above.
The gold represent [their] divinity. [Their] ethereal beauty. The ichor the runs through the veins of [their] souls.
The white represents [their] gender non-conformity. It’s [their] dedication to not letting human contstructs [sic] control [them], even though [they're] stuck in these forms.

Faekami is a mythologender defined as "the combination of the Germanic/Celtic word “fae”, meaning “a form of spirit, often described as metaphysical, supernatural, or preternatural”, and the Japanese word “kami”, meaning “God; deity”…[b]asically, you’re not a boy, you’re not a girl, you’re not even a human. You’re a gender-nonconforming ethereal being trapped in a physical, mortal, vessel, but you lean more towards the femme/feminine side.1"

The coiner explains it further:

“what is Faekami?” “Aren’t you just ripping off of Faesari?” and while I can understand why you’d think/ask this, I decided to make a post to clear it up!…“Ok. So what pronouns do I use?”
Fae/Faer/Faeself, or any variation of these. Of course you’re still free to use they/them, she/her, or even she/them! If faeself doesn’t feel right to you, you are not obligated to use those pronouns! Just because I like them, doesn’t mean you have to!
“Can I still be sapphic/nblw?”
Yes! If either (or both) of these terms still fit, then yes you can use them!
“What about nblm?”
Of course! It’s your gender, NOT your sexuality! :)

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Elfkami

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The silver represents the inner magick you hold within yourself, your inner power
The dirty turquoise blue represents your love and connection to beauty, in any and all of its forms
The brown represents your connection to the Earth and the magick inside of it
The gold represents your divinity, the ichor that runs in the veins of your soul
And the white represents your devotion to gender nonconformity, and renouncement of human constructs

Elfkami is defined as "the combination of the Middle English word “elf” meaning “a supernatural creature of folk tales, typically represented as a small, elusive figure in human form with pointed ears, magical powers, and a capricious nature” and the Japanese word “kami” meaning “God;deity”…Basically, you’re not a boy, you’re not a girl, you’re not even a human. You’re a gender-nonconforming ethereal being trapped in a physical, mortal, vessel.2"

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"Typically, you’d use “elf/elfir/elfself”, but you can also use they/them or whatever genderless/genderneutral pronouns you’re most comfortable with!"

Pix(ie)kami

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The greens represent your connection to the earth and the plants that live on it.
The blues represent your masculinity, as well as your connection to the air and waters of the Earth.
The gold represent your divinity, the ichor that runs through the veins of your soul
And the white represents your gender nonconformity. Your renouncement of all human constructs.

Pix(ie)kami is defined as "the combination of the word “pixie”, meaning “a mischievous, spirte-like spirit” and the Japanese word “kami” meaning “God;deity…Basically, you’re not a boy, you’re not a girl, you’re not even a human. You’re a gender-nonconforming ethereal being trapped in a physical, mortal, vessel, but you lean more towards the masc/masculine side!”

Pronouns

Typically, you’d use any comboination [sic] of pix/pixie, pixr/pixer, or pixself/pixieself pronouns. But, you can also use any combination of he/they, his/theirs, or himself/themself pronouns as well!"

History of the terms

Faekami was coined on February 3, 2020 by tumblr user hedge-witch-des. The flags were created at the same time.3
Elfkami was coined on February 10, 2020 by tumblr user hedge-witch-des. The flag were created at the same time.4
Pix(ie)kami was coined on February 10, 2020 by tumblr user hedge-witch-des. The flag were created at the same time.5

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Faeonic

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Faeonic (pronounced Fae-onick) is a mythologender defined as "a gender attached to fae, and possibly being one yourself."1

History of the term

Faeonic was coined on September 10, 2019 by tumblr users mogai-identities-blog and trans-punk-babe. The flag was created at the same time.2

Faergender

Faergender is a mythologender defined as "a gender that feels like a fairy"1

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History of the term

Faergender was coined on April 14, 2018 by anonymous and tumblr user queerbert via uncommongenders.2 There is no flag.

Faevic

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Faevic is a mythologender defined as a "xenogender for fae, or any beings that are fae-like (eg. nymphs, sprites, elementals). It is unique to each individual fae, always feels magical in some way, and is related to or described by certain features and forces of nature that the fae is connected to. For example, a faevic river nymph might have a magical gender related to rivers, running water, smooth stones, and other features found in or around rivers."1

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History of the term

Faevic was coined on May 30, 2019 by tumblr user variant-archive.2 The flag was created on September 13, 2019 by tumblr user occultflags3.

Fairycoric

Fairycoric is an Aesthetigender Fairycoric is defined as "a xenogender related to fairycore," which is an aesthetic relating to fairies.1

History of the term

Fairycoric was coined on February 15, 2019 by 'Hi' via Beyond-MOGAI-Pride-Flags.2 There is no flag.

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Coric

Fairysploof

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Fairysploof is a mythologender defined as "a gender related to magic, fairies, mythology, folklore, poofy things, comfy beds, and soft things"1

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History of the term

Fairysploof was coined on May 24, 2019 by tumblr user hawaiiaine (aka genderrose, mason-the-owlkin, atergender, beysgender, mogai-minecraft-snail, polysexualtea, aresgoesgender, thepancherryblossom). The flag was created at the same time.2

Faygender

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Faygender is a mythologender defined as "a gender that feels closely related to the magic of nature, fairies, or other small ethereal beings."1

Not to be confused with Faegender.

History of the term

Faygender was coined on November 7, 2017 by tumblr user faygenders. The flag was created at the same time.2

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I’m ¼ Irish,
and Tinkerbell is neat;
nature magic is ok,
though hiking hurts my feet.

But all the other kids at school
have the cutest genders,
so I guess I am faygender now;
gotta fit in with the ‘trenders.

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Feygender

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Feygender is an mythologender defined as "a term I have used to describe a gender that feels beyond human comprehension, it feels light almost as if not having a gender and is strongly tied to the far. originally called “Faegender” later changed when theword sic] was used for another gender."1

History of the term

Feygender was coined on November 18, 2019 by tumblr user feygender. The flag was created at the same time.2

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