Marklar

A generic word, similar to a pronoun, that can refer with specificity to any thing, place, person, idea, concept, or otherwise represent the meaning of any noun, verb, adverb, adjective or word, including proper nouns. Marklar is not used as a conjunction or article, nor is it normally used in the place of a pronoun, although pronouns may reference marklar. Unlike a pronoun, the referenced word need not appear in the same sentence, nor even ever have been used by the speaker at any time. The plural form is marklars.

A popular expression is:

"Greetings Marklar! I am Marklar!"

Other examples:

"You see, young marklar. Those marklars don't care about marklar marklar. They just want to take your marklar and marklar their own marklar. The only marklar for this is to marklar."

"I think I marklar! It's all a marklar of marklar."

"Now you're starting to marklar. Marklar. If all of you other marklars could marklar what he's trying to marklar, we would all be a lot marklar to marklar."

Distinguishing between the various definitions and uses of marklar is not at all confusing. Traditionally, Marklar is spoken by Marklars.

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