cases: zoan (present tense verb), zoaned *zo-and* (past tense verb), zoanic *zo-aynic* (adjective)
to zoan, is to ponder something radically fantastic (in most cases also unrealistic)
to have zoaned is to concieve the final product of the amazing pondering. if your zoaning hasn't yet resulted in a final zoanic thought or idea then you would say "i was zoaning" as opposed to "i zoaned"
zoanic the describing word describing an idea that was zoaned or something that could have been zoaned but achieved through mere imagining
i'm zoaning a mystical creature that lives in the earths core. its a living tree that's flowers are intense 100000000 degree celcius flowers
the name is derived from two brilliant zoanic geniuses of contemplative awesomeness