Qqíhr, pronounced like the English word “choir,” is a Jamaican Oy’Nissh Language word which means mono as in English. It refers to a totnissh that has a single or one colour and in this case, it is merlot. The original totnissh is a three colour nigréryn floral cluster Oy’Nissh character and when ducweeurina, or gone through the process of colour change, it becomes mono.
A merlot totnissh qqíhr on a black background represents warmth on a cool autumn, winter, and early spring night when the chill sets in. The black background represents the night sky and symbolises night socialising with family and friends. It could be at home in Morningside, Gilmerton, Corstorphine, Niddrie, Leith, or other places in Edinburgh. The setting could be at home, on the university dormitory at Pollock Hall near Author’s Seat, at church on a Saturday in Granton with the brethren, by the mosque at Bristo Square eating halal food, or visiting with your significant other, the night is cool or cold but socialising is fun. The qqíhr merlot totnissh summons a warm feeling of togetherness and really making use of social engagement, especially with corona lockdown ever threatening. Totnissh, destined to keep you alive in a state of oneness.
This downloadable merlot is to paint that background for you. Once you get it printed by your Edinburgh printer of choice, you can then mount it on your restaurant wall, student desk top, home living room, church fellowship hall, mosque kitchen dining area, or other key places. The important thing is that you are with friends or family. If you are fortunate to be invited out to a bridal shower party in Portobello or along the Princes St area, then it would make a hearty gift for the bride to be. What about congratulating a student member of the rowing team, fresher’s football team. ladies’ hockey team, of university student union outstanding rep of the month, an autumn qqíhr merlot totnissh canvas print download could solve your immediate problem in sourcing a unique canvas design that has not grace the Edinburgh until now. That is because it is from the newly constructed Jamaican Oy’Nissh Language. The merlot totnissh design is the actual language written in digital downloadable format for you to print off and give the best present to your fellow student.
Are you getting ready for your Edinburgh autumn home decoration and wanting a digital art design that is different from the rest? Them qqíhr merlot totnissh, with the black background is it. Surprise Chloe, Isla, Emma, Amelia, Jessica, Holly, or Poppy on her sweet 16th birthday with the merlot digital canvas print portrait coming to life on her bedroom wall. Alternatively, surprise Jack, James, Jacob, Finn, or Brodie with the same on his birthday.
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