'Hebbo' in Octish

'Hebbo' in Octish

Octish is the ancient language of octopuses, spoken by the holy octopus Oobu and his family. Some Tarvunian words, for instance 'hebbo' and 'bebbo', are Octish in origin.

The words are made by the controlled release of air-bubbles, and as such can only be heard underwater.

Octish is seldom spoken nowadays, however it still survives in literature in translations of the Tarvunty, the Christian Bible, and many Dickens novels.

It is of course still a living languge in the octopus world - with many different dialects.

octish.txt · Last modified: 22/09/2008 00:38 by amzamiviram
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