February 4th, 2009
|09:09 pm - GIP|
Those of you who watched Babylon 5 know where my username came from, but I've never managed to snag myself a B5 icon until now. mosinging1986 is watching the show for the first time, and I saw this and squeed, so she told me where to find it. Thanks, iconsbycurtana!
Hee! Icon twins!
I get part of your name, but why the different part? Or is that still super sekrit for me?
Dude, I need to get back to watching my show. All this TV is wearing me out.
It's a phonetic spelling--I'm pretty sure by now you've heard my name. In the show (ie the novels) it's spelled isilzha with an apostrophe that I can't remember now. It's the name of the stone in the Ranger insignia ("birth, beginnings, the dawn of a new age"), and I'm pretty sure Marcus explains it at some point. Or someone does.
*g* I'm a nerd, yes. A Minbari word-nerd to boot.
Oh! I was getting it confused with entil2001's name, which I freaked out when I heard it on the show. (It's like seeing someone that you know on TV. 'Looky! I know them!')
Well, darn. Maybe they did say this already and I missed it. Now I'm going to have to start all over!
Just kidding. I'll get through the first run, um, first.
I thought maybe that was it! Cause Entil'zha sounds kind of similar--that's the title of the Ranger leader, right? Sinclair and now Delenn?
I would have guessed that isilzha would have come up pretty early in our acquantance with the Rangers, or in a conversation with someone who wants to know more about them (the King Arthur ep, or something like that). Now I'm gonna be annoyed till I figure this out!
Cause Entil'zha sounds kind of similar--that's the title of the Ranger leader, right?
Oh, I'm sure they mentioned it and I somehow missed it. I'm S-M-R-T like that.
that is a fantastic quote!!
Oh, that's what it is. I wondered if it was a word from some First Nations language or other *is vaguely embarrassed*
*g* Someone asked me if it was Aztec, once. Have you ever watched B5?