[verb]

Definition

Jamaican Oy’Nissh Language, or Oy’nissh Linguistic for when Gwaifermer or Veeliksa is present normal, reverse, reverse-inverse (inverse-reverse), or inverse. That is, when the language written or spoken form is presented in any of the four directions. It is a current and post 2021 corona virus era linguistic development for writing in any direction using the Oy’Nissh alphabet and character system built specifically to carry out this language function.

[adjective]

Jamaican Oy’Nissh Language, or Oy’Nissh linguistics for describing written work and oral productions, that can be presented from Gwaifermer or Veeliksa in any of the four directions. That is, normal, reverse, reverse-inverse (inverse-reverse), or inverse manuscript.

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(Coined by Oy’Nissh GranDiece on Tuesday 24/11/15 at 8:30 am)