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PostSubject: Popular Harnic Names   Tue Sep 01, 2009 3:51 pm

HARNIC NAMES

Here are examples of some names commonly used in Kaldor, though these names would be appropriate throughout civilized Harn, except perhaps Orbaal. Note that there is generally no silent “e” at the end of Harnic words. For example, the name “Larane” is pronounced “la-RA-nay” and “Imelene” is pronounced “im-EL-e-nay”. Names in all capitals have been used by Kaldoric rulers. It is likely that some of the names below are actually Jarin in origin.

Male Names (Kaldor) - Abilgeth, Ada, Ael, AIDRIK, Akatern, Aldin, Aledro, Alfar, Alfric, Allesa, Allynn, Alnet, Ambrathas (Larani saint), Andel, Anerd, Angor, Archebal, Ardail, Ariam, Arkael (Jarin?), Arbin, Arlbis, Arlin, Arlorn, Armagastar, Ars, Arvan, Arvin, Arwyn, Ashata, Asorn, Ashain, Avid, Baldorn, Barint, Baris, Baure, Bearn, Beisha, Belgor, Belsin, Beran, Bereden, Bicrem, Blair, Blatern, Boel, Bork, Bors, Brandis, BRANT, Brewlin, Brinn, Broe, Bromis, Brunis, Burnam, Callon, CALSTEN, Caro, Celed, Ceorlan, Cerigan, Cerdan, Charance, Chargil, Charl, Chepin, Chilmin, Chimin, Cholin, Churus, Chymel, Clavro, Colm, Conlon, Conwan, Conwyn, Coreth, Corfyn, Crinnida, Crissam, Cruelis, Curroll, Dabin, Dagald, Danyes, Danzys, Darlin, Darwyth, Declaen, Deni, Dina, Diryn, Doberry, Doldas, Donar, Doolassa, Dorral, Dosyl, Dourik, Drogo, Dudo, Dulwyn, Durgaen, Dwyn, Dycast, Dyrman, Eamyt, Earny, Ebalt, Ebran, Edine, Elcar, Eldak, Elemon, Elfrod, Elgar, Eltan, Eran, Ercamber, Erdar, Eredos, Erelar, Eres, Eris, Ernell, Ertol, Everard, Evida, Evin, Ferin, FIERTH, Finmeld, Fonor, Fynygyn, Gaelen, Gaerl, Garath, Garen, Garosta, Geldane, Girard, Glynd, Golian, Gorian, Gorin, Gorlin, Gorond, Gort, Gorthan, Gorvan, Goshal, Gotar, Gournay, Greon, Grisson, Gunart, Grunda, Gyandy, Haber, Habil, Haeri, Haerl, HAIN, Hakon, HALDAN, Haldare, Halime, Haradane, Harain, Harapa, Harayn, Harbal, Harian, Harmon, Haselun, Hassela, Heber, Hedare, Hemisen, Hendal, Hendin, Henryn, Herik, Herlan, Herras, Hesdin, Het, Hoak, Holik, Honelon, Horidon, Houla, Iame, IBUTHINE, IEMALD, Illion, Ilor, Ilwis, Indalon, Indros (Thardic name),Irian, Iriel, Isoard, Jakan, Jakkyn, Jakrow (Jarin?), Jalgon, Jalo, Janor, Jaril, Jarlath, Jendil, Jere, Jered, Jerin, Jeris, Jesel, Jethris, Jonil, Jorlak (Thardic name), Josith, Joular, Jourat, Juren, Kaelli, KALABIN, Kaldarias, Kaltric, Kalwys, Karbes, Karison, Karit, Karsin, Kathel, Kecklan, Keldis, Kenter, Keric, Kethor, Ketil, Killassan, Kisan, Kiral, Kirl, Kirlin, Kobar, Kodar, Kolyn, Koraga, Korein, Korin, Koris, Kornuska, Korol, Korus, Korwyn, Kymed, Kymen, Kyresan, Kytem, Lamrin, Lanas, Langar, Lanivar, Larryl, Lasar, Lebane, Ledril, Lerin, Lern, Limm, Lir, Lira, Loban, Lonbar, Lorel, Lorin, LOTIN, Luisan, Lyndar, Lynwold, Lysat, Madrin, Mael, Magrin (Jarin?), Magnor, Mak, Mald, Maldan, Mandan, Maral, MARANOS, Mard, Marik, Margan, Margon, Maros, Martin, Meathgir, Medew, MEDRIK, Melin, Melsene, Merdyn, Merik, Meriven, Merwyn, Mida, Midal, Midda, Mido, Migerd, MIGINATH, Migray, Miklus, Mirald, Mirild, Mollel, Morgal, Morgin, Mulen, Mulron, Myran, Naradin, Natgen, Nethan, Nibinel, Nicrom, Nierek, Norbin, Obras, Okie, Opo, Ordren, Orhan, Orin, Orkon, ORSIN, Ortin, Osar, Oshin, Owain, PAROGAR, Parsume, Pasun, Pedel, Pelshin, Persin, Pesara, Petral, Peyrins, Pinerd, Poreyn, Prehil, Quosso, Rablar, Ralan, Rald, Raervin, Ralda, Ramain, Ranal, Rasak, Rasha, Rathbar, Reberl, Reberth, Remiu, Rendig, Ridan, Rindan, Rodin, Rohn, Roldas, ROLOTH, Romlach, Ronas, Rosta, Rumel, Ruta, Ruyth, Ryle, Saery, Sai, SANRIC, Satris, Scina, Scisco, Sedris, Semeline (Larani saint), Sendalyn, Seperlyne, Sepian, Serphet, Shak, Shain, SHALA, Shawe, Shernath, Sheryd, Shirhet, Shotro, Shunel, Shylir, Sigolan, Silas, Smee, Sweldur, Taerin, Tagin, Taran, Tarkin, Tarkor, Tarl, Tarmas, Terlin, Temos, Thyman, Tinel, Tommas, Torald, Toras, Torasa, TORASTRA, TORBET, Torian, Troda, Tulath, Tyrnal, Ulder, Univ, Unniso, Unnertar, Urian, Uril, Urin, Ursis, Uthor, UTHRED, Uthris, Vaber. Vadir, Valdaen, Varotta, Verda, Vespar, Vida, Vigin, Vilmus, Vulin, Vunder, Vuris, Waldria? Warner, Weldan, Wevran, Wilfrod, Wilgoth, Worton, Yenin, Ymar, Yoper, Yrech (Jarin?), Zuke

Female Names (Kaldor) – Akatern, Alagra, Alarena, Albea, Alena, Alessa, Alison, Almanel, Amarie, Amela, Anesa, Anlael, Anna, Areta, Apryle. Aurelia (Halean prophetess), Bae, Belana, Benea, Biana, Brenlyn, Bresyn, Briele, Brygyne, Camissa, Caniara, Carala, Cerieme. Cersyn, Chanishe, CHELEBIN, Chendra, Cheselyne, CHIDENA, Cloya, Colenia, Danisa, Debyne, Derwen, Dibra, Donesyn, Elana, Enoriel, Erelora, Erila, Erlene, Feya, Gruldel, Grundel, Gryta, Kaidia, Kaisirin, Kelissa, Kethele, Halane, Helicia, Helma, Henda, Herela, Herva, Hesena, Hila, Hilma, Keryne, Ialny, Iana, Igrot, Imelene, Ingold, Ithina, Jayal, Jenna, Jonara, Karina, Karissa (Melderyni name), Keriela, Kesyne, Lajana, Larane, Lasar, Laseral, Lenael, Lenera, Lenyl, Lerela, Leriela, Lesel, Lessre, Liel, Lora, Loryle, Lyndael, Maris, Marnyle, Melenda, Meliara, Meliem, Meline, Mera, Merenda, Merela, Merina, Meristne, Mesa, Mesela, Milya, Mirim, Mrassal (Merassal?), Myrele, MYSELBANE, Mythyn, Orella, Othena, Pella, Penele, Peresta, Perla, Piria, Prtherela (Pretherela?), Querene, Querila, Raditha, Releisa, Releyne, Renelka, Rosak, Saryse, Seleryn, Serilia, Serli, Sharosi, Shyna, Silena, Siwen, Skona, Solia, Sylvia, Thilisa, Torlyne, Tula (a Kath name?), Udine, Urila, Uvienela (Taledan or Jarin name?), Valeran, Velira, Vena, Wilia, Yerala, Ygrena, Yrene, Yvyle



JARIN NAMES

Names in all capitals are known to have been used for Jarin princes, legendary heroes, or religious figures. Names with question marks belong to individuals who are listed as worhippers of Ilvir, but who may or may not have had Jarin blood or Jarin names. The “yn” or “ynn” ending is common in Jarin names. Sometimes the Jarin “w” is used as a vowel and takes on an “oo” sound. The Jarin “dd” is the sound of “th” in “the” (as opposed to the “th” in “thin”). In play, a Welch or Scottish accent can be used for a Jarin accent.

Male names – ALBARRA, Alian, Amair, Aragyn, Arin, Arthel, Arynn, ARYNSYL, Aslynn, Bagan, Barra, BARYNN, Belrain, Bredle, Brela, Brylwe, Brilwyn, Brymn, Caduach, CAELYNDD, Chyke, Clabra?, Clemaen?, Cheka?, CHUCHLAEN, Colum, Dafydd, Dafyn, Drell, Dwyte, EAFYN, Eamann, EAMONN, Eawan, Eawon, Echen, Edil, Eochaid, Erech?, Erych, Ernal?, Esobran, Felan, Gabryl, Girard, Glavin, Gweffryn, Haliesel, Hanus, Haryn?, Hasbod?, Hynrae, Iain, IBENIS, Inen, Jamys, Janyk, Jelayn, Jordyk?, Jynas, Kavyn, Kulosir?, Kuvel, Ladar, Liam, Llastefan, Lorin, Loryk?, Ludir?, Mabon, MARADYN, Marth, Mattyth, Meamyt, Mikha, Mikyl, Mykal, ORMANOAM, Owain, Padraig, Padryg, Petryn, Pynwis, Pyter, Rabryn, Rodyn, Rogryn, Ryke, SAVWYL, Selas, Sorsyn?, Stenys, Sylaed, Symael, Tanye, Tarik?, Taumbon, Tave?, Tavis, Tenaar?, Torryk?, Trealle, Tugryl, Tyd, Tymas, Tyrnan, Tyrus, Vryald, Waede, Wallyn, Wyllin, Zyhke

Female names – Alyse?, Brigyth, Brynce, Bryndel, Eisla?, Gerdeen, Gwaeryth, Gwyna, Gwynedd, Halinda, Kryste, Myriam, Mythyl, Siathine, Sysanne, Thiana, Ylina



IVINIAN NAMES

Names in all capitals have been used for kings, either of Orbaal or of an Ivinian kingdom. Names with question marks were people of Ivinian descent, but may have had non-Ivinian names. The Ivinian “j” is pronounced as a “y” sound. For example, Feljar would be pronounced “FEL-yar”. The occurance of “aa” is common. In play, a Scandinavian accent can be used for an Ivinian accent.

Male names – AGELAR, Albyn?, Arlaas, Arvin, Asta, Astor, Avaarl, Barga, Barak, Beregar, Bjaal ,Bjan, Bjarl, Bjarn, Burlni, Caadern, Daal, Dagaas, Darga, Feljar, Firan, Finrik, Finrikar, Fynre, Gaal, Gard, Geregar, HAGINED, Halvor, Harsin, Hjarn, Horvael, Horvald, Hrundle, Hudraas, Hunris, Jarla, Jarri, Jaus, Jnarri, Jornal, Jorni, Jurri, Jyalan, Kjal, Korri, Korrin, Knurri, Larryl, Larsel, Liris, Lornd, Lyaran?, Maalni, Maalsten, Magnar, Martar, Melvold, Meraag, Merivol, Mersaal, Mikkaar, Mord, Morgaan, Myrnaal, Myrvolde, Naarin, Osaar, Pjersi, Ragnaar, Ragnar, Raabaas, Raalir, Royld, Saanfrin, Skudrin, Sorli, Staabo, Stein, Sweyn, Taalgar, Taarbri, Taebaal, Thanik, Thurri, Torvald, Tryne, Tursi, Turvak, Turvald, Turzin, Ursin, Varined, Venril, Vergin, Vjaldin, Yanar, Yarnal, Ydraan, Yraal, Zaarli

Female names – Aalnethe, Alasyn? Aliana, Andrana, Bryna, Brythyn, Deadre, Eilyn, Engrid, Erka, Falice, Falinea, Felina, Freyta, Haelga, Kathar, Kyli, Lemaal, Lieri, Lystyl, Maeyan, Mersaal, Mira, Muryl, Myrvolde, Naryl, Rulyne, Saareal, Sanlise? Selda, Staisa, Tabryn?, Teala, Tesla, Thoeny, Tyrra, Ulara, Varina, Venea, Yrila, Yrilin, Yrisal



KUZDUL NAMES

Male Names – Erdar, Hazmaral, Kird
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