Sodyera (sodyera) wrote in conlangs,

Doma av D.O.M.A.

In the Yal Dawo language, Doma means Good-bye {from Domod'éä (n.) a farewell}.

This linguistic pun is delivered in celebration of the Supreme Court striking down the Defence of Marriage Act. This just so happens to have been announced at the onset of a Mercury Retrograde, which will screw up communications until July 20th, a day that ought to be commemorated as Moon Day at least Federally, if not internationally.

This said, I am over the moon about the Supreme Court's decision.

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