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The autonym is at top. It's composed of the "express / perceive /
encode" glyph, whose top binding point (the stimulus/expression) is
mentioning itself, and the binding point for the autonym is the
modality BP. Thus, the entirety means something approximating "the
thing which encodes this utterance itself", though that misses out on
the recursive aspect of it.

Also, we've switched the lead adjective (à la gzb) from "Untilted" to
"Unker". Unker being, as everyone knows, the 1st person possessive
dual pronoun. Of Old English. If it still existed.

Yes, wit do say "wit" (2p dual) in everyday life. And "yit" and
"incher" (2p dual, 2pd poss).

- Sai & Alex