uprooted – verb: past tense:
1. pull (out of the ground), pull up, root out, rip out/up, tear up
2. move (someone) from their home or a familiar location
core – in the late 14th century, the noun core came from the Old French Coeur, meaning literally ‘heart’
the part of something central to its existence or character
a basic, essential, or enduring part
slice – noun: a thin piece, segment, chunk, wedge,
cut from a larger core
verb: cut, cut up, carve, divide, section
process: collecting birds which died of unnatural causes
lost wax process
Coeur / sliced / rip out/up / uprooted / discontinued
‘colar’ - (transitive) to leave, go away, depart
hangman’s knot - the hangman’s knot or a noose (also known as a collar during the Elizabethan era) is a well-known knot most associated with its use in hanging a person as a form of capital punishment.
but also used outside the official judiciary by those who mete out discipline imposed by extralegal courts to punish the ‘era,’.sjambok – ‘sambok’ in Afrikaans, originally made from Rhinoceros hide, an effective weapon used traditionally as a means of self-defense, to exert control over animals or other people, through pain compliance or fear of pain. In South Africa, it is sometimes seen as synonymous with the apartheid sondebok
dildo – a sex toy, often explicitly phallic in appearance, intended for sexual penetration or rather sexual activity during masturbation, or sexual activity with sex partners.
gemsbok horn – Gemsbok are widely hunted for their spectacular horns, used primarily to defend themselves or their offspring from predators.
gemsbok/gemsbuck (oryx gazelle)-horn morphed into a sjambok-dildo