of Farland:

Common Names of Farland

HUMAN NAMES
    Kale
    Kelerak
    Southern and Western Kelerak
    Anaria (Barbarian Lands)
    Daven
    Orland
    Zeland
    Farland
ELVISH NAMES
DWARVEN NAMES
HALFLING NAMES
GNOMISH NAMES
DARK FOLK NAMES
    Goblin Names
    Kobold Names
    Orcish Names
    Hobgoblin Names

RANDOM NAME GENERATOR


Kale

Common Kalish names:

Note on Kalish names: Kalish last names often indicate the place where the person is from. The Kalish word for "of" is "du," so an example name might be Isore Dubael.

Women's Names

  • Adeline, Aelis, Agnes, Aiglante, Alais, Alicia, Alienor, Alix, Amalone, Ameline, Ansere, Aude, Aye
  • Beatrix, Belle, Bellisente, Berthe, Blonde, Brunisente, Brunehaut
  • Catherine, Cecilia, Clarisse
  • Elisabeth, Eloise, Ermbourg, Ermengart, Esclarmonde
  • Flore, Fredegonde
  • Galienne, Genevieve, Guiborc
  • Helissente, Hermengart
  • Ide, Isabelle
  • Jacqueline, Jehanne, Joie, Josiane
  • Laurence, Lubias, Lutisse
  • Marguerite, Marie, Magali, Mirabelle
  • Nicole, Nicolette
  • Olive, Oriabel
  • Passerose, Petronille, Pernelle
  • Rosemonde
  • Sybille
  • Thomassa

Men's Names

  • Abelard, Aleaume, Amils, Amyon, Andre, Archambaud, Arnaud, Arnould, Aubry, Aurel, Aymeri, Aymon, Ayol
  • Baudouin, Beaudonnier, Baelue, Begon, Begue, Bernier, Beuve, Brantome, Bretonnet, Bruyant
  • Charles
  • Doolin
  • Elie, Ernaut, Eustache
  • Fiebras, Fluvant, Foulque, Fouqueret, Fromondin, Fromony
  • Gaidon, Galafre, Galien, Gaumardas, Gauthier, Gérard, Gilles, Girard, Girars, Girbers, Godefroi, Gontier, Gueri, Guy, Guibert, Guichard, Guillaume, Guinemant
  • Hardouin, Harde, Hernaudin, Hernaut, Hervisse, Hugues, Huidemar, Huon
  • Isore
  • Jacquelin, Jaef, Jean, Jehan, Jerome, Jourdain, Julien
  • Landri, Louis
  • Mainet, Marc, Maugis, Mercadier, Milon
  • Naimes, Namus
  • Pepin, Piccolet, Philippe, Pierre
  • Rabel, Raoul, Raymond, Rene, Renier, Renouart, Richard, Robert
  • Tancrede, Thierry, Turpin
  • Varocher, Vincent, Vivien
  • Yon, Yves

Kelerak

Common Kelerite names:

Note on Names: Men in Kelerak have the last name of their father, prefaced with an "Ack." In Kelevan, this means "son of." Thus a common Kelerite name might be Baldwin Ack-Nigel. Women generally do not take the name of their father anymore, and simply have one name. If they do, the preface is "Ada," meaning "daughter of." Royal and noble families generally take and hold the surname of an early and famous ancestor. They thus drop the "Ack" prefix. Commoners' surnames are constantly changing with each generation.

Women's Names

  • Ada, Adela, Adelaide, Agatha, Alice, Aldith, Amabil, Anastasia, Arlette
  • Beatrice, Bertha, Braya, Burghwenna
  • Caterina, Clarugge, Cecilia, Clara, Constance
  • Eleanor, Eleyn, Ellot, Emeline, Felicia
  • Gersendis, Gisla, Gunnelle, Gunwar, Gwynn
  • Hawis, Heleyne, Imayne, Isabella, Iselotta
  • Joan, Jocasa, Judith, Joye, Katelana
  • Lavina, Letia, Lucy, Lucille
  • Mabbe, Mabel, Maylne, Margaret, Marjorie, Matilda, OIiva, Penne
  • Rametta, Richildis, Rasamond
  • Sarra, Somerhild, Sybil, Tiffania
  • Virginia, Ysabelle

Men's Names

  • Adam, Alan, Alberic, Alexander, Anselm, Arnulf, Arthur
  • Baldwin, Benedict, Bernard, Brian
  • Christopher, Charle, Clemente, David, Edmund, Ethelbert, Ethelred, Fulk
  • Galfrid, Geoffrey, George, Gilbert, Godfrey, Gregory, Gyles
  • Hamo, Henry, Herbert, Herluin, Hubert, Hugh, Humphrey
  • James, Jenlyns, John, Jok
  • Kaler, Keler, Kementhyr, Kendall
  • Lanfranc, Laurence, Lewis, Luke,
  • Martin, Matthew, Mathye, Michael, Milo
  • Nicholas, Nigel, Niglor
  • Odo, Oliver, Osbern, Owaine
  • Payn, Pers, Peter, Philip, Powle
  • Quentin, Questington
  • Ralph, Ragnor, Ranulf, Reginald, Richard, Robert, Roger, Rohan, Rotrou
  • Simon, Stehen, Stephen
  • Tancred, Theobald, Thomas, Thurstin, Turstan, Valentine
  • Walchelim, Waleran, Warner, Walter, Wilfrid, Wilhan, William, Wolfstano
  • Yedus, Yon, Zacheus

Southern and Far Western Kelerak

Southern and Far Western Kelerite Names

These names represent the people who live in the south of the ancient Kingdom of Kelerak. Their names represent a blending of the Northern Kelerite names with those of the people of Kale.

Women's Names

  • Abonde, Agnes, Aienta, Aimersent, Alazais, Albia, Albigesa, Alpais, Amada, Amelha, Andreva, Argentela, Armide, Azalais
  • Babette, Beatris, Beatritz, Benezeita, Bethilie, Bevenguda, Blanca, Blandina
  • Carelia, Catalana, Cauzida, Cecile
  • Danielle, Diane, Dias, Domeda, Domenga
  • Edith, Elianor, Englesa, Esclarmonde, Estela, Esteveneta, Ethaine
  • Felise
  • Gaia, Guerriera, Guilhelma, Guilherma
  • Hansine, Heloise, Huga
  • Irene
  • Jacmeta, Joana
  • Laura, Liaze, Lilianne, Longabruna, Lutz
  • Mabile, Mantie, Marca, Maria, Marqueza, Maurina, Miquela, Miracla
  • Nicole
  • Orgolhosa
  • Peitavina, Prima, Priscilla, Plazensa
  • Raisende, Reina, Resplandina, Roja, Rosa, Roxane
  • Saissa, Salaberge, Serena, Sibille, Sobirana
  • Tibortz
  • Ursanne
  • Verrine, Viva

Men's Names

  • Allard, Acostant, Aimeric, Aldric, Alexis, Alfan, Amalvis, Andriu, Arguis, Armans, Arnaud, Arnautz, Audiard, Axel, Azalbert, Azemar
  • Benezeit, Bernart, Bernar, Beranger, Berengier, Bernat, Bernatz, Bernart, Bernartz, Bertran, Bertrans, Borel, Bovert, Burcan
  • Cadmar, Corneus
  • Dalmatz, Danain, Daniel, Danis, Domenc, Dragan
  • Eble, Elad, Emeric, Enric, Esteve, Evrard
  • Faure, Felip, Foilan, Folco, Folquetz, Fricor
  • Gaidon, Galhard, Gaston, Gaucelm, Geli, Gilbert, Gobert, Gontrand, Guilhelm, Guilhem, Gui, Guiraud, Guirautz, Gurth
  • Haylon, Henric, Huc, Humbert
  • Jaufre, Jaufres, Joan, Jordi, Jules
  • Lanval, Lari, Lucas
  • Mamert, Miqueu
  • Nicolas
  • Ot
  • Patrici, Pau, Peire, Peirol, Pere, Pons
  • Quinault
  • Raimon, Raimond, Rambautz, Ramon, Ramond, Raolf, Raoul, Remi, Renaud, Richartz, Rigautz, Riton, Rogier, Rostand, Rotger
  • Salvaire, Savaric, Sicard, Sauson, Sergi, Serin, Sevin, Sicard, Sornehan
  • Thibaud, Tederic, Thosa, Thomas
  • Uc
  • Valeray, Victor
  • Xavier

Anaria (Barbarian Lands)

Northern Barbarian Names

These names are the common names of the barbarian tribesmen who live North of Kale and Kelerak. A pronunciation guide is provided at the end of the list, along with some historical notes on these names.

Women's Names

  • Agnis, Alfhildr, Alfifa, Aslaug, Asta, Astridr, Aundur Aasa
  • Baugeid, Bergljot, Bjadmynja, Blanche, Borghild, Botilda, Brigida
  • Celilia, Christin, Christina
  • Dageid, Dagny, Disa, Dotta, Driva, Drott
  • Edla, Elena, Elin, Elina, Elisabeth, Ellisif, Emma, Estrid, Eufemia
  • Freya, Frida
  • Geira, Gerd, GerlØd, Groa, Gudrid, Gudrun, Gum, Gunnborg, Gunnhildr, Gyda, Gyrid, GØthid
  • Helga, Hidegunr, Hildr, Hillevi, Holmfrid, Hulda
  • IngebjØrg, Ingegerdr, Ingelborg, Ingemund, Ingerid
  • Jaldrud, Jorun, Jutta
  • Karin, Katrin, Klara
  • Magnhildr, Malmfrid, Margret, Margareta, Marina, MÆrita, MÆrta
  • Nanna
  • Ragna, Ragnhildr, Rannveig, Rikitza
  • Signild, Sigrid, Sigvid, SnØfrid, Sofia, Solveig, Svandhildr, SÆmundr, SØlva
  • Thora, Thorborg, Thurid, Thyra, Thyrrni
  • Ulfhildr
  • Valborg, Vendela, Valgerdr
  • Yrsa, Ylwa

Men's Names

  • AbjØrn, Adalstein, Agnarr, Agne, Albert, Albrekt, Alfr, Alfrim, Algot, Algut, Amunde, Anders, Ansgar, Anund, Assar, Are, ArnbjØrn, Arne, Arnfinnr, Audfinnr, Arnwidr, Arwid, Atle, Audi, Audun, Aun, Axel, AAke, AAle, AAlof, AAsbjØrn, AAskell, AAslak, AAsmund
  • Baldvini, Bard, Benedict, Bentein, Bergljotur, Bergthor, Berner, Benkt, Berse, Bjarni, Birger, BjØrn, Blotulffr, Bolle, Boo, Botulfr, Brand, Bruse, Brynjulffr, Brynolff, Bue, Buriz, BØdvar
  • Christer, Christoffer
  • Dag, Dan, Danper, Didrik, Domalde, Domarr, Durin, Dyggve
  • Edmund, Edgierr, Egil, Elif, Einar, Eindride, Emund, Engelbrekt, Erengisl,
  • Erik, Erlend, Erling, Eysteinn, Eyvindr
  • Faste, Finn, Folke, Folkvid, Fredrik, Freyvid, Fridleifr, Frode
  • Gandalf, Gert, Gerleff, Gismund, Gissur, Gorm, Grim, Grjotgard, Gudbrand, Gudmund, GudrØd, Gundvast, Gunnar, Gustaf, Guttormr, Gyrd, Gyriar, Gyrth, GØran, GØsta, GØte,
  • Hagbard, Hake, Hakon, Hall, Halldor, Hallfred, Hallvard, Halfdan, Haraldr, Halvardr, Harthaknut, Haakan, Heinrek, Helge, Hemming, Henrik, Herlaug, Herman, Holmger, Holvast, Horsa, Hrane, Heidar, Hring, Hrolf
  • Inge, Ingemar, Iwan, Iwar
  • Joan, Joar, Johan, Johar, Jon, JØnis
  • Kalv, Karl, Ketil, KetilbjØrn, Ketilmund, Ketilvast, Knut, Kol, Kolbeinn, KolbjØrn,
  • Konrad
  • Laurens, Leifr, Lifsten, Loden
  • Magnus, Malcol, Matius, Mats, Martin, Maans, Modsognir, Munan
  • Niels, Niklas, Nikolas, Nils
  • Offe, Odward, Olaf, Olle, Orm, Ottar, Ødvast, Øgmund, Ølve, Ønundr, Ørnulf, Øssur
  • Palne, Peder, Peter, Philip, Paal
  • Ragnar, Rikardr, RØgnvald, RØrek
  • Sigfrid, Sigtrygg, Sigurd, Sigvald, Simun, Sixten, Sivid, Skirnir, SkjØld, Skule, Snorre, Staffan, Stein, StyrbjØrn, Styrkaar, Sven, SØlve, Sune
  • Thor, Thoralf, ThorbjØrn, Thord, Thore, Thorfinn, Thorgeirr, Thorgils, Thorgrim, Thorkell, Thorleifr, Thorstein, Thorulffr, Thorvald, Thorvid, Toste, Tostig, Thrandr, Tryggvi, Ture
  • Ulffr
  • Vedmundr, Viljalmr
  • Waldemarr, Walram
  • Yngvarr

On pronouncing Northern Barbarian names

You can better pronounce these names using the following rules of thumb. Plain text versions of the special characters are also given.

  • 1. "y" is always used and pronounced as a vowel.
  • 2. "AA" and "aa" are pronounced as in "awe." ("Å" and "å" are used North of the Kelerak Mts.)
  • 3. "Æ" and "æ" are pronounced as in "heir." (These are "Ä" and "ä" North of the Mts.; "AE" and "ae" in plain text.)
  • 4. "Ø" and "ø" are pronounced as in "earl." (These are "Ö" and "ö" North of the Kelerak Mts.; "OE" and "oe" in plain text.)
  • 5. "j" is pronounced as the consonant "y" sound in Kelevan.

Historical Notes

These names are the common names for the Barbarian peoples who live in and around the cold region of the Kelerak Mts. These people also more rarely use corrupted Farlandish names, probably for some historical reason (eg. "Bartarius," etc.).

Daven

Common Davonian names:

Nobility in Daven is distinguished by a Von or a Van. An example might be Buchard Von Aldenstein.

Women's Names

  • Adelaide, Agnes, Aileen, Amanda, Andrea, Anna, Annegret, Astrid
  • Beatrice, Beatrick, Becka, Beth, Brigit, Brunhild
  • Clara
  • Debora
  • Edda, Eileen, Eivind, Eleanor, Elie, Elinand, Elizabeth, Ellen, Elsa, Emma, Ermengarde, Eva
  • Hanna, Harriet, Heidi, Helen, Helena, Henrietta
  • Ida, Irmingard, Isabeau
  • Karen, Karin, Karol, Katarina, Katherin, Katrin, Kirsten, Klara, Kremhild, Kristin
  • Lara, Lea, Leslie, Liesel, Liesl, Lisa, Lois, Loretta, Louisa
  • Margit, Maria, Marion, Marlena, Marta, Martina, Matilda, Megan, Melanie,
  • Michaela, Morgan
  • Ofrah
  • Patricia, Paula, Paulina
  • Rebeka, Robin, Rosemarie
  • Sabine, Samantha, Sandra, Sara, Sophie, Stefanie, Stefi, Susanne
  • Teresa
  • Ursula, Uta
  • Wilhemina, Wilhelminia, Wulfila
  • Zora

Men's Names

  • Abel, Abelard, Achim, Adalard, Adalbert, Adam, Adolf, Ælfric, Agobard, Alaric, Albert, Albrecht, Alebrand, Alexander, Ammianus, Ammon, Anders, Andreas, Anno, Ansbert, Anselm, Archibald, Arnulf, Artur, August, Augustus
  • Baldwin, Balthazar, Basil, Berengar, Bernard, Bernd, Berthold, Bertrand, BÖmus, Bohemond, Boleslav, Boris, Bruno, Burchard, Buchard
  • Chobry, Christoph, Conrad, Cosmas
  • David, Daven, Dieter, Dietrich, Dortmund
  • Eckard, Eckehard, Eckhardt, Edgard, Edmund, Edward, Edwin, Egbert, Ellhard, Emil, Engelbert, Engelhard, Engelmar, Engmar, Eorpwald, Erik, Ernst, Erwin, Ethelbert, Etzel, Eugen, Eusebius, Ewald
  • Felix, Fedor, Florian, Frank, Franz, Frederick, Friedrich, Fritz
  • Georg, Gerard, Gerbert, Gerhard, Gerhardt, Gerhoh, Gesebert, Gilbert, Giselbert, Goderick, Godfrey, Godfric, Godric, Gotelind, Gottfried, Gotthilm, Gotthilf, Gottlieb, Gozwin, Gregor, Gregory, Gundechar, Gundulf, Günther, Gustaf
  • Hammond, Hans, Hansel, Harlan, Harold, Hartwig, Hedwig, Heinrich, Helmuth, Herbert, Hermann, Herrand, Herschel, Hewald, Hilderic, Himmler, Hincmar, Hogan, Horst, Hugo
  • Ingmar
  • Jakob, Jerome, Joachim, Johannes (Hannes), JÖrg, Josias, Joseph, Jozef, Justin
  • Kai, Kail, Karl, Kaspar, Klaus, Konrad, Kristof, Kristopher, Kurt
  • Laurent, Leopold, Leonard, Linus, Liudgard, Liudolf, Liutprand, Lothar, Lubert, Ludwig, Lukas, Luke, Lümmerslint, Luther, Lutz
  • Magnus, Malekai, Markus, Markwald, Martin, MathÄus, Mattias, Maximilian, Maynard, Meinhard, Meinhart, Meinward, Michel, Mies
  • Olfin, Ordulf, Ortolf, Oswald, Oswin, Otho, Otto
  • Paul, Peter, Philip
  • Radulf, Rahewin, Rainfred, Rainulf, Ranulf, Raymond, Renard, Roald, Robert, Roderick, Roland, Rolf, Rudi, Rudolf, Rupert, Rutger
  • Sabor, Sander, Sebastian, Sepp, Siefried, Siegfried, Sigbert, Sigibert, Sigismund, Sigmund, Sigurd, Simon, Stanislaus, Stefan, Sylvester
  • Tael, Tai, Thomas, Theodulf, Tobias
  • Ugo, Ulrich, Uri, Ursmar, Uwe
  • Viktor
  • Waldemar, Waldo, Walther, Waltram, Wenzel, Wernhard, Wernher, Wibald, Wilfred, Wilfrid, Wilhelm, Willibrond, Willibrord, Wolf, Wolfgang, Wolfhelm, Wolfram

Orland

Common Orlandish Names:

The Farlandish, Zelish, and indeed even Budum-Ishian influence on these names is evident. Last names generally began with a "Te" or "T'" prefix, and then the place the person is from: Bolus Te Zoria might be a male name.

Women's Names

  • Auria, Aurifila, Anna, Acenta, Ala
  • Benada, Beatrica, Bela
  • Cairistiona, Caitlina, Catriona, Ceita, Ciorstag
  • Daria, Damita, Dona,
  • Elena, Ema, Elsa, Erendira, Ernesta
  • Fortuna, Faustina
  • Gala, Glaritz
  • Inez, Isabella, Itxaro
  • Landa, Liana, Leya, Lore
  • Marta, Melosa, Mora, Marisa
  • Niara, Nalda, Nerea, Nilia, Nekana
  • Onora, Olivia
  • Palba, Paz, Pia
  • Ros, Ramira, Rufa
  • Sarita, Sibeal, Serena, Simona, Solana
  • Una

Men's Names

  • Andreas, Andre, Antoni, Antonio, Argemirus, Aspidius, Azrec
  • Bellito, Bolimirus, Bolus, Bolun, Bonon, Benatus
  • Cosen, Cassen, Cossendus, Citi
  • Diacio, Dono, Donino, Donnel
  • Egas, Eugeno, Eldo, Eldoras
  • Floren, Fortunio, Fornarius, Fortanbras
  • Gemel, Gemulus, Grigorio, Guttier
  • Hazzeb, Hazzan
  • Iaceo, Iscipio, Iago, Iulius
  • Jublan, Junus
  • Khadufelo, Khadez
  • Luban, Lunes, Leodico
  • Magito, Meliki, Mentius, Muza
  • Naronto, Nuza
  • Pastor, Peppi, Pelagius, Pillotti
  • Quento
  • Ramiro, Rexindo, Rudemun
  • Sando, Sonnus, Suarius, Sebastien, Sean
  • Tagel, Teodinus, Tidon
  • Valerius, Violentus, Visandus
  • Zacarius, Zaid, Zaiton, Zait

Zeland

Common Zelandish Names:

Common Zelandish last names begin with an O'. Thus a name might be Ultan O'Haris.

Women's Names

  • Aine, Aurnia
  • Bebinn
  • Cron
  • Derbail, Dunlaith
  • Eithne
  • Finnguala, Flann
  • Gormlaith, Grainne
  • Lassar
  • Maeve, Mairead, Mor
  • Orlaith
  • Sadb, Sorcha
  • Una

Men's Names

  • Aed, Aedan, Aeducan, Ailgel, Ailill, Airechtach, Amalgaid, Art
  • Baetan, Baeth, Berach, Berchan, Brion, Bruatur
  • Caolainn, Cartach, Cathal, Cenn, Cerball, Chulain, Colcu, Comman, Congal
  • Daig, Diarmait, Dermot, Donngal, Dunchad
  • Echen, Elochad, Eogan
  • Fachtna, Fedelmid, Finnchad, Flann
  • Guaire
  • Laegaire, Lorcann
  • Maine, Murchad
  • Nathi
  • Ronan, Russ
  • Senach
  • Tadc, Tuathal
  • Ultan

Farland

Common Farlandish names:

Note on Men's Names

Farlandish men have two or three names: the first name, the gens (or family) name, and sometimes the surname. The gens name comes from the person's family, such as the Julii or Cornelii family. Surnames, when given (which is rare) are a sort of nickname.

Some sample full Farlandish male names include Gaius Lucius, Marcus Tullius, Lucius Sergius, or Publius Vergilius Crassi, and Marcus Licinius Maro.

Note on Women's Names

The easiest way to make a name for a Farlandish female character is to add an ``-a'' to a male name. Almost all Farlandish female names are derived from male names, such as Octavia (from Octavius) or Claudia (from Claudius).

Note that in ancient Farland, women were often only called by the feminine form of their family's gens name, and were not specifically named as such. Cornelia, for example, would be from the Cornelii family. As such, several of the names presented below are modernized Farlandish names.

Women's Names

  • Agata, Aeliana, Aemilia, Agnese (Agnesca), Albina, Althaeia, Amara (Mara), Antonia (Anta), Arva, Augusta, Aurelia, Aurora
  • Balbina, Benigna
  • Camilla, Cecilia, Celia, Claudia, Clelia, Cornelia
  • Daria, Delfina (Delphina), Diviana (Diana), Dominica, Domitilla, Donata,
  • Drusilla
  • Eufemia, Eugenia, Evangelia
  • Fabia, Fabiola, Fausta, Felicia, Felicita, Fidelia, Filomena, Flavia, Fortuna, Fortunata, Franca, Francesca, Fulvia
  • Gaetane
  • Helena
  • Iulia (Julia), Iuliana
  • Lucia (Luciana)
  • Marcella, Marcia, Maria, Marina, Massima, Matilda, Maura
  • Niccola, Nicia
  • Ottavia (Octavia), Occula
  • Paulina, Portia
  • Rachel (Rhachel), Regina, Renata, Rosa, Rufina [for one with red hair]
  • Sancia, Santuzza, Serena, Silvana (Silvia), Sophia, Stephania
  • Terentia, Theodora (Teodora), Thekla, Therese
  • Valentina, Virginia, Vittoria, Viviana

Men's Names

  • Antoninus, Augustus, Aurelian
  • Balbinus, Brutus
  • Carinus, Carus, Claudian, Commodus, Cunobarrus
  • Decius, Didius, Diocletian, Domitian
  • Florianus
  • Gaius, Gallienus, Galba, Gordian
  • Hadrian
  • Iovian, Iulian
  • Lucius
  • Marcus, Maximian
  • Nero, Nerva, Numerian
  • Otho
  • Pertinax, Probus, Publius, Pupienus
  • Septimus, Severus, Sumus, Sum
  • Tacitus, Trajan, Trebonius
  • Valens, Valerian, Verus, Vespasian, Vitellius, Volusianus
  • Zeno

Gens Names

  • Antonius
  • Celius, Claudius, Constantius, Cornelius
  • Darius
  • Fabius
  • Iulius, Iulianus
  • Licinius
  • Octavius, Olennius
  • Publius
  • Sergius
  • Terentius, Tiberius, Tullius
  • Vergilius

Elves

Note on elven names: An elven name consists of 1) a given name, bestowed by the father 2) a private "doom name" bestowed by either the mother or a doomsayer (seer), and 3) a house name. An example might be Thalos Yirmaeth of House Cirana (although the second name would generally not be revealed by the elf).

Female Elves' Names

  • Ardana
  • Arethel
  • Bariela
  • Ciritha
  • Dariena
  • Airwen
  • Elenwe, Elwine
  • Finduilas
  • Galadwen
  • Halthala
  • Idrin, Idlil, Ingwe
  • Laurre, Lessa, Liessa
  • Marienna
  • Nessa
  • Nianna
  • Rilia
  • Sadrilil
  • Tirial
  • Valaromra, Valkana, Vana
  • Yalanna

Male Elves' Names

  • Agnor,Amras, Amhas, Arduval
  • Belaeg, Balthinal
  • Camring, Camling, Cirdale, Curuthin, Curufor
  • Dalos
  • Ethrihil, Elror, Elured, Erefor
  • Foros
  • Gilgalion
  • Gloringwe
  • Halin
  • Ingmir
  • Legosul
  • Meltinir
  • Narien
  • Olanis
  • Rana
  • Silontol, Singal
  • Thalos
  • Valin, Valanduil

Some Elf Houses

  • Aldaval, Arefor
  • Birlithe
  • Cirana
  • Daerleon
  • Erestir
  • Feltanthar
  • Gloran
  • Haran
  • Levan
  • Meliane, Mithaleil
  • Norovir, Neldiril
  • Rolomin
  • Solbar
  • Taltaur, Tifwing, Thalandwire, Tholos
  • Valleron
  • Wertanthir

Dwarves

Note on dwarven names: Dwarves have a secret name in dwarven that they never reveal to non-dwarves. The names listed are use names that have long ago been adopted by the dwarves from Northern mannish tongues. Dwarves also often acquire a nickname that reflects something about their character or actions. An example dwarven name might be Fulla Flamehair or Thalin Quickaxe.

Female Dwarves' Names

  • Agli
  • Burra, Burris
  • Cali
  • Duri
  • Fulla
  • Gunis
  • Hessa
  • Iblin
  • Kessa
  • Lunis
  • Nuris
  • Pela
  • Rellis, Runis
  • Sulin
  • Tossa
  • Ucin
  • Ulaphel
  • Waina
  • Wala
  • Yubin

Male Dwarves' Names

  • Azaghan
  • Bain, Balan, Bis, Bruin
  • Dane, Drarin, Dralin, Dwalim
  • Fane, Frar, Fundor
  • Gloin, Glorin
  • Kane
  • Nuris
  • Owin
  • Runin, Rurin
  • Thalim, Thrir, Thoris, Tili

Halfling

Note on Halfling Names: Female Halfling names often end with an "o," while male halfling names often end with an "a." This is exactly opposite the tendency of most mannish names. As such, when Halfling names are rendered into human languages the endings are often switched. Thus the male name Fosca becomes Fosco in most every human language. Halflings generally have a middle and a last name. They usually go by all three names in everyday conversation. Carl Palladin Merribuck is a famous example of this tendency.

Female Halflings' Names

  • Asphodel
  • Bell, Beryll, Blanco
  • Camellio
  • Daisy, Donnamiro, Droggo
  • Elanor
  • Gilly, Jilly, Goldilocks, Goldy
  • Hildo
  • Lily, Lindo
  • Lobelio
  • Marigold, Mari
  • Pansy, Poppy, Prisco
  • Rose, Rowan

Male Halfling's Names

  • Adamanta, Adelard
  • Balba, Blanca, Bowman
  • Carl
  • Erling
  • Foda, Fosca
  • Hamfast
  • Isengrim, Isumbras
  • Longa
  • Marka
  • Nob, Noba
  • Paladin, Pervinca
  • Ted, Tella, Tolman
  • Wiseman

Gnomes

Note on gnomish names: Gnomish names indicate the gnome's caste. The first part of the name is the given name followed by the caste name which is the name of the ancestor that spawned the caste. Gnomes are usually given their names by the age of five. Amongst almost all Gnomish sub-cultures, the mother is responsible for naming her child. Mothers deliberate long and hard over their child's name and rarely decide quickly. Thus gnomes often receive their names years after birth. If a mother hasn't decided on her child's name by his or her fifth birthday, the elders usually step in, as the fifth birthday of a gnome is considered an auspicious and sacred time.

Caste Names, Male Caste Names, Female
-Kor -Ka
-Bol -Bal
-Sog -Sag
-Pol -Pal
-Dom -Dam
-Domsa -Damsa

Thus a typical gnomish male name may be Andalkor, or Felimsog with the female equivalents being Andalka and Felimsag. This full name is used when interacting with other castes. When interacting with others of the same caste, gnomes use their given name followed by their mother's given name. For example, an individual may refer to him or herself as Jakojbol Leforbal, Jakojbol being his given name with the clan name appended and Leforbal being the given name of his mother with the clan name appended. Extremely important gnomes are sometimes referred to by their name and mother's name as well as their grandmother's and great-grandmother's names. The greater the importance of the gnome, the more ancestors' names are included. Gnomish bards often employ this tactic when singing of important gnomes in an attempt to affect the audience's approval. Non-gnomes have often heard of this naming practice and erroneously reported that gnomes all bear extremely lengthy names.

Gnomish given names (Gender is indicated by clan ending appended)

  • Balt-, Borgel-, Bort-, Buin-
  • Delpho-, Detin-, Doval-
  • Fald-, Felim-, Feltan-, Freric-
  • Ginor-, Gistor-, Grorant-, Gugsla-
  • Haltu-, Hiknat-, Hortop-, Horkad-
  • Jakoj-, Jimil-, Jenof-, Jenor-,
  • Kevet-, Korham-, Koplog-, Korris-, Kortib-, Kouto-, Kustor-, Kun-
  • Lastor-, Lefor-, Lontel-
  • Mafran-, Mesto-
  • Nelbak-, Nevil-, Noltog-, Nolsot-
  • Pasat-, Petin-, Porol-, Pulit-
  • Rata-, Rerud-, Revar-, Roda-
  • Santar-, Selag-, Shebo-, Sheldon-, Shelor-, Shelto-, Shelad-, Sigil-
  • Tolga-, Tortho-, Tubok-, Tunil-
  • Vortor-, Vugin-
  • Zenko-, Zuzad-

Note that there is no hyphen placed between gnomish given names and clan names.

Orcs

Common Orcish names:

Note on Orcish names: Orcs almost never have more than one name. The names are generally as harsh and unattractive as they are. They also vary widely according to the tribe of orcs. The names are combinations of words from Black Speech and the mannish tongues, as well as simple sounds. There are no differences between male and female Orcish names.

Male and Female names:

  • Azock, Adorg
  • Bolck, Blorg, Buchak
  • Coruck, Curz, Curznack, Cro
  • Dozz, Dorg
  • Fishnag, Forg, Fugrat
  • Girch, Grishnag, Gorbuck, Gorzun
  • Horat, Hugruck, Hirt
  • Kourk, Kalbaz, Kirat
  • Lizkaz, Lurz
  • Morbaag, Murz
  • Nagrat, Nirk, Nool
  • Olg, Orz
  • Pruk, Pulo, Podish
  • Rirag, Rurduk, Rong
  • Shagrax, Shurz
  • Tolak, Tick, Tokash
  • Uglug, Urduz, Urdish, Urk
  • Vurk, Vrilg, Vrolg
  • Xaort
  • Yurt, Yurz
  • Zulbash, Zulbag, Zulrat

Goblin Names

Note on Goblin Names: Goblin names are given by the tribe leader soon after the child is born. Slave children are either given names by their masters or are not given a name at all. Those that have no name give themselves a name once they are old enough to do so. Goblins typically only have one name, although the more creative and powerful among them (a very limited group indeed!) do invent appelations which they apply to their given name. These names are often simple. Female names often end with soft sounds, such as -sh, -al, -en, -st while male names are more gutteral, ending with -ter, -tz, -eck, -ax and -uck. These names are only a small sampling of the names used; names vary widely by tribe, culture, and geographical location.

Female Goblin Names

  • Balst, Blanest, Bresh
  • Fralen
  • Glersh
  • Haalesh
  • Labbal
  • Molal, Morish, Mroal
  • Nalden
  • Pash
  • Quarsh
  • Ramenal
  • Takesh
  • Zast

Male Goblin Names

  • Bruck, Belig, Bilik
  • Daxtor
  • Garuk, Giznat, Glarek
  • Hsorn
  • Kutx
  • Lorax
  • Mogat, Mroxk
  • Nathak
  • Rekuck
  • Sorzek
  • Tazuk
  • Vedex
  • Zedax

Kobold Names

Note on Kobold names: Because of the very high mortality rate and the general lack of desire, parents of kobolds do not name their children. Instead, those that survive to the age of four name themselves. These names are usually mono-syllabic, short, easy to pronounce names, although intelligent kobolds sometimes put two of the names together to make one longer name. These names show little diversity even among the different sexes: in large groups of kobolds, it is encounter several of the creatures with the same name.

Male and Female kobld names:

  • Bat, Bap, Bit, Bip, Bot
  • Car, Cor, Cak
  • Dat, Dit, Dot
  • Fax, Fat, Fot
  • Gat, Git, Gip, Got
  • Jat, Jit, Jot, Jop
  • Lat, Lik, Lot
  • Nat, Niz, Nip, Not, Nop
  • Pat, Paz, Pot
  • Rat, Rap, Rit, Rot, Rop
  • Taz, Teb, Tean
  • Vab, Vaz, Vit, Vor
  • Wat, Wit, Wot
  • Yat, Yap, Yik, Yip, Yot, Yop
  • Zat, Zit, Zol

Hoboblin Names

Note on Hobgoblin Names: Male hobgoblin names consist of a given name, bestowed by the camp commander, followed by a "wish" name, given by the father. The two names are separated by a hyphen, like "Bolg-Gatha." The first names are generally clipped, one-syllable words. While these words do not mean anything, they tend to be very hard, efficient words, reflective of the militaristic philosophy of the hobgoblins themselves. The wish names reflect the role or position the father hopes his offspring achieves. For example, a hobgoblin father might append the wish name "Arg," meaning "military officer," to the first name "Zonn," producing "Zonn-Arg," reflecting the sire's wish that his child become a high ranking military official in the Dark Armies. Female hobgoblins are generally not given wish names, for their role tending hobgoblin military camps is virtually assured. Female hobgoblin names are generally marked by the black speech feminine endings "og" and "nf."

Female Hobgoblin First Names

  • Balf, Bog, Bonf
  • Donf, Dorog
  • Fenf, Ferof
  • Genf, Gog, Goz
  • Inf
  • Kalnf, Kelg, Korog
  • Lanf, Laz
  • Manf, Mearg, Morg
  • Nelenf, Norog
  • Oxog
  • Penf, Peerg
  • Renf, Rog, Rorez
  • Sanf, Sog, Sorg
  • Tanf, Telg, Tog
  • Velg, Vog, Voz
  • Wog
  • Zenf, Zorog

Male Hobgoblin Names

  • Bax, Baz, Beck, Bolg
  • Dag, Delk
  • Fam, Fokk, Folg, Fut
  • Gax, Gez, Gokk
  • Kaz, Kord, Kot
  • Lax, Lorr, Lox
  • Marr, Mez, Mox
  • Nar, Nax, Nez, Nor, Nox
  • Olg, Org, Ox
  • Pax, Paz, Pokk, Polg
  • Rax, Rez, Rolg, Ronn
  • Sak, Saz, Selg, Solg, Soz
  • Tolg, Torr, Toz
  • Ulg, Ux
  • Vax
  • Wogg, Wolg
  • Xatt, Xolg
  • Zag, Zog, Zonn

Male Hobgoblin Wish Names

  • Arg ("Military Officer")
  • Belkod ("Crusher"), Bolod ("Killer")
  • Dextor ("Camp Commander"), Dogod("Miner")
  • Fogor ("Torturer")
  • Gatha ("Famous or Powerful One"), Gexxa ("Strong One")
  • Ixor ("Sniper")
  • Korxalg ("Sower of Terror")
  • Lurkordek ("Destroyer of Weak Races")
  • Mordur ("Pillager")
  • Nekkzok ("Assassin")
  • Okkdora ("Deft One")
  • Porgok ("Backstabber")
  • Reklok ("Land Conqueror")
  • Todarg ("Army General")
  • Vexod ("Enslaver")
  • Zorredeka ("Dark One Who Rules")

Reference

http://www.s-gabriel.org/names/