BIONICLE Terms Used Differently

Have you ever noticed BIONICLE terms used differently from their intended purpose? Here are some examples:


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If you know trig and stuff, you know about SOH CAH TOA

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It bugs me. So much. When I found out that the Matoran language was based off of Maori... it still gives me a mental itch.

Also, NUI bugs me as a developer because of this.

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Me too. When I searched up Lewa, these were the first two results:


At least one of them has to do with wildlife.

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What's funny is that the second one actually relates to Lewa.

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You just gave me an idea.

The True Hero of Wildlife

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That always stood out to me stuck_out_tongue

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Anytime I do a word search, I look for words not on the word list. Recently, I found Pohatu.

Also, Gali is the name of a town somewhere.

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http://www.sgo.es/mistika/

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If you have a problem, contact Lewa smiley

Pohatu- Toa or penguin?

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okay i'll stop

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Well I know about NuvaRing and Cym Balta.

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How about Akamai?

(It's the reason Facebook photo links have "akamai" in them."

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Makuta Technics, Inc. is a company specializing in precision micro injection molding -- particularly thin wall, high temperature and custom automation ...

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That's scary... Like, really eerily similar.

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Okay, there's a Facebook page about a band called the Agori Tribe.
And on called the Great Barrier Reefs.
And they liked something called The End, which liked something called "Someone still loves you".


Almost the same spelling.
But
o.o

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by a voki do you mean vahki or the vahi

As in Avohkii, the mask of light.

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thanks