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Villager: Beo



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ID: #341099

Name: Beo

Gender: Male

Location: Olde Foxbury

Born 11 months, 10 days ago

Career: Construction Worker

Owner: Breezeyheart

Species: Cat

Color: Silver

Costume: Feral


House: Olde Foxbury House (250/250)

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"Mother nature can be less cruel then some humans can be...However I will not let a few bad natured humans effect my perception of humankind as a whole."
Name: Beo.
Name Meaning: Origin; Irish.
Pronunciation: (Munster, Connacht) IPA(key): /bʲoː/ and (Ulster) IPA(key): /bʲɔː/
Etymology: From Old Irishbéo (“living, quick; alive; a living being; an immortal”), from Proto-Celtic*biwos, from Proto-Indo-European*gʷih₃wós (“alive”), from *gʷeyh₃- (“to live”). Compare Welshbyw.
Adjective: beo (comparative beo or beocha)
  • alive
  • active
  • lively
  • (broadcasting) live
  • live (being in a state of ignition; burning)
  • Synonym: dearg
Declension: [show ▼]Declension of beo
[list]Alternative plural form: beodha
Alternative comparative form: beocha (Cois Fharraige)
Derived terms: [show ▼]Terms derived from beo
Adverb: Beo

(in a negative sentence) for the life of one
Níl a fhios agam beo.
I don’t know for the life of me
Noun: beo m (genitive singular beo, nominative plural beo)
living thing
quick (sensitive flesh)
Declension: [show ▼]Declension of beo
Related terms:
beatha f (“life; biography; living, livelihood; food, sustenance”)
Verb: beo
present subjunctive analytic of beoigh (“animate, enliven, freshen, liven (up), refresh, vitalise, perk up”)
Gender: Male.

Species: Sprout; a unique closed one off species that is a cat and plant hybrid that is made out of and consists of ground soil, a main plant and the flowering bush "mane" around his neck. The plants that grow on his back and neck are the following;
  • Roridomyces Roridus; is the species of white mushroom that are found growing on his back and neck. It is commonly known as the dripping bonnet or the slippery mycena, is a species of agaric fungus in the family the family Mycenaceae. It is whitish or dirty yellow in color, with a broad convex cap 5–15 mm (0.2–0.6 in) in diameter. The stipe is covered with a thick, slippery slime layer. This species can be bioluminescent, and is one of the several causative species of foxfire.
  • Lachenalia Viridiflora; is the species of plant that is basically his tail, as it grows where his tail would've been if he wasn't part plant. Common Name: Cape Cowslip. Family: Asparagaceae Juss or Hyacinthaceae. (Two different sites have completely different plant families for the same plant? Uhmmm...) Lachenalia viridiflora is a most appealing autumn- and winter-flowering bulbous plant, growing up to 200 mm high. Its startling turquoise blooms place it among an exclusive group of plants with turquoise, greenish-turquoise or sea-green flowers that include the exquisite green ixia, Ixia viridiflora, from Western Cape, and the dazzling jade vine, Strongylodon macrobotrys, from southeast Asia. Although critically endangered in its native habitat, the ease with which L. viridiflora can be cultivated as a pot subject has endeared it to gardeners around the world.
  • Dianthus Gratianopolitanus; is the species of flowering bush that makes up almost all of his bushy mane, there are a few mushrooms that grow in/on his mane however they count as a different plant. Common name(s): Cheddar Pink and Firewitch. Dianthus gratianopolitanus is a species belonging to the Caryophyllaceae family. It is a herbaceous perennial blooming from May to June. Flowers are fragrant and rose pink. Grows best in full sun, and has medium water requirements. Overwatering or poor drainage leads to crown rot, and they do not tolerate wet winter soil conditions. This plant is moderately salt tolerant.

Physical Disability: Blindness - Beo was born blind and despite this, his eyes are a brilliant seafoam teal. However although he is blind, he has heightened hearing, touch and taste to make up for it and can "see" by hearing and feeling his way around, this is because that his hearing is similar to the echolocation that most bats have.
Personality: Friendly, kind, caring, outgoing, honest, loyal, brave, protective and creative. He loves being outside in nature, especially if he is deep in the forest surrounded by trees and a slow flowing stream. He finds that sunning himself with the sounds of a slow flowing stream and birdsong in the air to be quite calming.

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Villager obtained/bought from: Originally bought from Ceruleanfire for 450FD by my mom TigTigrou but I paid her back.


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