“<And that we call enos ermarf.>

‘What?’ I didn’t see what he was pointing at.

<That. The way the lake curves forward into the grass, framed by derrishoul trees.>

'You have a word for something like that?’ I asked.

<There are names for all the many ways the water and sky and field interact,> he explained. <And for the way the suns and the moons hang in the sky of our planet, and cast their lights in one way or another on the different aspects of the world.>”

- Book #4: The Message (Cassie), pg. 116 (by K.A. Applegate)