Ah, long ago I suggested "bine" (from binary star) for the same reason. It didn't catch on.
Richard > On Mar 14, 2018, at 10:51 PM, Darwin Gregory via Callers > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > I just heard a scientific term that I think would be a great, and concise, > name to replace the g-word... > > There is a term for when celestial bodies orbit, and always have the same > side facing the other. It is "tidal lock". It could be described in fun > ways, and the word "lock" would be a built in reminder to lock eyes, which to > me is a fun part of the movement. > > I must be honest, the term when both bodies stay facing each other it is > technically a dual tidal lock, but surely scientists would forgive this > inaccuracy to allow concise calls. :-) >> > List Name: Callers mailing list > List Address: Callers@lists.sharedweight.net > Archives: https://email@example.com/
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