Boinga is a multipurpose noun in Martian Swahili. Depending on the dialect and exact enunciation, it can mean nearly everything, similar to the Lardle language. Generally it is used when a word escapes your mind or when you want to express something strongly (i.e. my bed is more bed than your bed). It is also the first word Martian babies usually learn and is the only thing they say for months. When capitalized, boinga is usually a name, translated as “everything in the world.”

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