Muad’Dib is the Fremen name of Paul Atreides, a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert.
Muad’Dib has a lexicon all his own. When anyone else would say “I am dangerous,” Muad’Dib says, “My name is a killing word.” You and I might say, “I have won.” But Muad’Dib says, “He who can destroy a thing, controls a thing.” Instead of “I don’t know,” he says, “There are problems in this universe for which there are no answers.”
Cool, huh? Muad’Din knows how to use unexpected words to enliven and empower mundane phrases. Do you think he might be a Cognoscenti of Magical Worlds at Wizard Academy?
Does Muad’Dib say, “Thank you”? No! Muad-Dib says, “May Shai-Hulud bless your water.” “Calm down” is, “You must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer.” And when he wants to say, “Be scared of me,” Muad’Dib says, “Try looking into that place where you dare not look! You’ll find me there, staring out at you!”
Heh, heh, heh. – Indy