When searching for a mate the oswagi spreads its brightly hued feathers in a brilliant array that forms a crown around its neck and head. For this reason, humans who are ostentatiously adorned or dressed in garb meant to attract the attention of others are said to have an ‘oswagi strut’.
Because of the red dust that the wind whips into the atmosphere, on Mars the sky is most often a reddish hue, and to imply it is blue would be observed to be patently wrong.
An old saying which is known and used among a number of the tribes, but particularly among the Munothi. Some scholars suggest that this saying has been altered from ‘man’ to ‘woman’ when the male population dwindled so rapidly and severely that females became the protectors and warriors.
Some Galbran are known to keep skelks as pets, holding them upon their laps and caressing them. The term lap-skelk, though, has come to mean an inferior person kept around for entertainment or recreational purposes.