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    The Complete Matoran Dictionary, 2nd Ed.
    Hot Bionicle NewsSunday, November 24th, 2013 at 2:18pm by Micah, BZPower Reporter
    [Source: Tolkien]

    which is for nerds

    You know those nerds who can speak Klingon and probably translate the linguistic roots of names in Star Trek? Did you ever wish you could be like them? Of course not! Me neither! But just in case you were looking for a complete dictionary of Bionicle names, locations, and their meanings (whether to learn to speak it or to translate your own name) fellow reporter Tolkien has revised his Matoran dictionary and I for one have been having a field day translating member names making fun of the nerds actually using it. In order, here are the entries: Vol. I, A-D, Vol. II, E-J, Vol. III, K, Vol. IV, L-M, Vol. V, N-P, Vol. VI, R-S, Vol. VII, T-U, and Vol. VIII, V-Z.Discuss This Story

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