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Daggerfall talk:Easter Eggs

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Oghma Infinium: new section
This describes a geological feature called a cactolith, and this somewhat tongue-in-cheek description first appeared in the paper named in the header. This paper is mostly notable among geologists, and mostly for containing that phrase in the first place. [[User:Echo|Echo]] ([[User talk:Echo|talk]]) 04:42, 16 April 2017 (UTC)
== Oghma Infinium ==
* In Irish mythology, there exists a god called [[wikipedia:Ogma|Oghma]], whose domains include knowledge, writing and speechcraft; Infinium resembles the Latin ''infinitum'', meaning "infinite". Thus, possible meanings of "Oghma Infinium" could be "endless writings" or "infinite knowledge".
Taken from the Oblivion article. As it first appeared in Daggerfall it belongs in this namespace. I'm torn as to whether its more of an etymology than an egg, but the Daggerfall article lacks a space to put it there. [[User:The Silencer|<font color="B8860B">Silence is Golden</font>]]<sup>[[User talk:The Silencer|<font color="800000">Break the Silence</font>]]</sup> 18:07, 5 September 2017 (UTC)