wing + child = wingchild.

Let's look at the breakdown of the individual words.

`Wing` denote a structure used for flight, or at the least, stablization. They're often found on birds, angels, and airplanes. Typically they're used to convey a sense of movement, agility, ability in the sky, freedom, and range.

`Child` refers to a young adult human. Sex is irrelevant, since children haven't matured yet. Children can be used to represent innocence, which goes well with the `angelic wings` theme.

But that's actually all a load of crap; the handle's just pretty. :)

[Feb 01 2001]

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