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  • Our dear Command-Pilot, who'd been born and lived his life mainly on lesser worldlets, arm around _She_'s waist, wanted to go see the Rat House and then the Roach Habitat, saying something about the urheimat of the houseguests, but we followed Allie, who kept Sonya by the hand.

    New Race Joe Sullivan 2010


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  • The original territory of the ancestors of a linguistic group. For example, the original speakers of PIE likely inhabited an urheimat in Central Asia or the Caucasus.

    From DEU.

    December 18, 2007