Though the direct origin of the word is unknown, “lambkin” has been a constant term used by the Divines to refer to their “lesser” lamb (human) and kin (beastmen) brothers and sisters.

Supposedly, the term was coined by the Three Mothers as a term of endearment representative of a shepherd watching over its flock with love and passion.

However, over time, the word had inherited a double meaning. For some, it still represented the tender relationship between Divines and Lambkins, but for others, it represented the frailty, weakness, and insecurity of those who struggle to survive on the planet at the will of those in a higher position of power.