Hike’s Dictionary: Iwanin

June 10, 2011 § 1 Comment

I-wa-nin

– (verb) to do alone. No! Hiram Iwanin!

Most of the time, the words Hiram says are a little hard to understand but actually translate pretty closely to the actual words you or I would say. This one, though, is uniquely his own.

There is a chance it originates with the phrase, “I want” although he doesn’t use “Iwanin” unless he wants to do something. For example, he never says “Iwanin” about a banana. Unless of course, he wants to peel it without help.

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