Magic Names

Ahti

Another name for Finnish Lemminkainen, myth name of a god of magic, a sorcerer said to be able to sing the sand into pearls

Brokk

Norse myth name of a dwarf who, with his brother Eitri, made magical objects for the gods, including the hammer of Thor.

Eitri

Norse myth name of a dwarf who, with his brother Brökk, made magical objects for the gods, including the hammer of Thor.

Isis

This name literally means "(female) of throne," which is usually translated "Queen of the throne." However, the Egyptian hieroglyph for her name means "(female) of flesh," in other words "mortal woman." Isis is a Greek corruption of her true name which is unknown because Egyptian hieroglyphs left out most of the vowels.

Lemminkainen

Finnish myth name of a hero of the Kalevala, a sorcerer or magician said to be able to sing the sand into pearls The meaning of the name is unknown but it is probably related to the Finnish feminine name Lempi, meaning love

Louhi

Finnish myth name from the Kalevala. Louhi was a queen of Pohjola, and a witch with the ability to shape-shift and cast powerful spells. The name may mean trance, for it was derived from the element lovi which in the Kalevala seems to refer to a state of trance or enchantment caused by magic; for example, Nouse luontoni lovesta, haon alta haltiani translates to rise my nature from the lovi, (rise) my spirit from beneath the threshold

Myrddin

Welsh legend name of the magician who guided the destiny of King Arthur, meaning sea fort

Olwen

Footprint/track of the holy one Welsh legend name of a magical girl who caused flowers to spring up wherever she went, composed of the elements ol footprint, track, and (g)wen fair, holy, white

Olwin

Variant of Welsh Olwen, meaning footprint/track of the holy one

Olwyn

Variant of Welsh Olwen, meaning footprint/track of the holy one

Orenda

Native American Iroquois name meaning magic power

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Thoth

Greek form of Egyptian Tehuti, myth name of a god of the moon, magic and science, meaning "he who balances."

Vadim

A rare Russian name which some etymologists believe must have its root in Slavic vadit, vedet, or wiedziec, meaning "to know," because pagan magicians were called veduny, "the knowing ones."

Vadimas

Lithuanian form of Russian Vadim, probably meaning knowing one

Vadoma

Possibly a Romani feminine form of Russian Vadim, a name which some etymologists believe must have its root in Slavic vadit, vedet, or wiedziec, meaning to know, because pagan magicians were called veduny, the knowing ones

Vainamoinen

Finnish myth name of a magician and hero of the Kalevala, who is challenged by the youth Joukahainen. The name means wide and slow-flowing river

Wakanda

Native American Sioux name meaning possesses magical power
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