12 Sep 2020

INON-eonnee

Definition


‘INON-eonnee’ spantrosed from “nine one/one”(911)

 

INON-eonnee n; Its, Now, Or Never, forever, born free, protected by the knights of nee, for without art and humor, the key to creativity, we would never be….

… so while life is short, and time flies fast…

.. you better enjoy every moment while it lasts

 

INON; Its, Now, Or Never

eonnee; forever, born free, protected by the knights of nee

 

née f

1.  feminine singular of the past participle of naître ("to be born")

 

The Knights Who Say "Ni!", also called the Knights of Ni, are a band of knights encountered by King Arthur and his followers in the 1975 film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. They demonstrate their power by shouting "Ni!" (pronounced "nee"), terrifying the party, whom they refuse to allow passage through their forest unless appeased through the gift of a shrubbery.

roup of amazing knights who protect, defend, and say all that is Ni. As seen in "Monty Python and the Holy Grail".

Née (lit. " born"), a woman's family name at birth before the adoption of another surname usually after marriage. The male equivalent "né" is used to indicate what a man was originally known as before the adoption of different name.

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Word came from


nine one one 9/11