So we all know that all cavemen were named "Grok." But what about cavewomen?
So fill in the blank!
Caveman : Grok :: Cavewoman : _____?
I like keeping the ties to the name "Grok," because the word grok originally comes from Heinlein's sci fi classic Stranger in a Strange Land. (In that book, to grok is a verb; it means to know or understand something deeply, thoroughly, and internally--way beyond intellectual or surface understanding.)
I don't like the -ette suffix, though; sounds like a child instead of a woman.
So I call her "Grokka."
"Lock" because for some reason that sounds sexy to me.
Personally I think "Lock" is more strong, feminine and curvy than "Lok".
In the distant stretches of the Palaeolithic landscape some would even pronounce it "Lo-ak", or even with a soft "k", "Loa" or even "Loch" much like today's Spanish "j".
Edit: After reading Frugal Jen's answer, I realise mine sounds awfully shallow not to mention horrifying in the use of a photo of Raquel Welch. Just to clarify and to avoid rebuke; there is complete balance between "Lock's" chess-playing ability, sexiness, pull-ups, family-providing, hip-to-waist ratio, butt-kicking, hunt and gathering, lift-a-rock-above-head-ishness, fishing, running, cooking, climbing, eating, beating, smash and grabbing, painting, cave-dwelling as well as being overall really quite pretty.
Just to say Grok shaved off his scratchy beard with a raggedy old flint-tool just for her, not to mention picked spikey cactus flowers every week, hunted killer elk and changed the kids paleo-nappies without ever having to be asked. He also always put down the seat on the rock-toilet.
He did it because he thought his wife was really pretty, sexy and kicked butt. Just knowing she was alive made him feel better man, and having her in the same caveroom made him feel alive.
I think her mother gave her a name long before she met Grok. Otherwise, how could she yell at her?
So, I think her name is something totally different, like Stream (her mom was telling her to get water but she thought it was her name) or Berry (that was her job, grabbing some berries for dinner.)
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