Blaímhr means my norm is new. This possessive pronoun term is a Jamaican millennial, Gen Z, and Gen Alpha term with the English translation being “my normal is new.” It is the alternative to “the new norm.”
Oy’Nissh: blaimhr (https://www.oynisshdictionary.com/blaimhr/)
Jamaican English: My nin or Mynin, (M.N.I.N., or mnin), https://www.oynisshdictionary.com/english/my-nin-m-n-i-n/
The black, gold, and green pattern is a Totnissh that evolved from a nigréryn Jamaican Oy’Nissh Language fishlike character that means destined in English. It was first written as part of the first published work from this constructed language poem called Terinéssha and is about a called to hope from the coronavirus pandemic challenges. So in essence, this backpack symbolises a person on a new journey carrying the relevant things needed to meet the untried future with hope.
An irreplaceable practical item for school or everyday usage, this backpack provides ultimate comfort and protection. Outstanding quality print turns it into the most desirable style accessory.
.: 100% PU leather
.: Chocolate brown lining
.: Inside pockets
.: Padded back
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