Word-Names/Invented Names

Abad

Abedecian

Abegendl

Invented name meaning Shape-shifter Inspired by Old English ábégendlic, meaning bending

Abeodan

Messenger; announcer. A person or thing used for communication From Old English ábéodan, meaning to announce; to declare; to proclaim; to summon, call out

Abeowan

Cleanser; healer; purifier; a person (healer), place (well or spring), or thing (herb) that cleanses, heals, or purifies From Old English ábeówan, meaning to cleanse; to purify, or to rub off; to clarify

Aberd

Aberstan

Abeteah

Abidan

Abider; survivor From Old English ábidan, meaning to abide, wait, remain behind; survive; wait for; expect Not to be confused with Abidon, the one waited for

Abiteth

Devourer; a person, beast, or thing that devours or destroys From Old English ábíteþ, meaning biter; devourer; to bite in pieces; to tear to pieces

Ablican

Someone or something that astonishes/amazes with white blinding brightness From Old English áblican, meaning to astonish, amaze; to shine, glitter; to appear white

Aburod

Good name for an uninhabited or deserted place. From Old English ábúrod, meaning not inhabited; uninhabited

Acelan

Good name for a character who has a calming effect on others. From Old English ácélan, meaning to cool off; to still; to quiet

Actan

Acumba

Good name for a small person or race of small people who are strong despite their size. From Old English ácumba, meaning oak prunings, clippings, trimmings

Acweccan

Good name for a nervous character. From Old English ácweccan, meaning to move quickly; shake; vibrate; to quiver

Acwellan

Destroyer; killer From Old English ácwellan, meaning to kill; to destroy Note: remove one L and it means to die; be destroyed

Adela

Czech form of Adela, meaning noble

Adeliht

This Old English word is highly suggestive of someone or something that is a delight But its actual meaning is filthy; dirty Variant: Adelight.

Adesa

Adfaer

Anbidian

Word-name for a patient, abiding character. Inspired by the Old English anbidian, to wait; to abide

Andettan

Word-name for a character who confesses something. From Old English andettan, meaning to confess, admit

Andsaca

Word-name for an enemy. From Old English ansaca, meaning enemy

Andswarian

Andweard

Word-name meaning angry guardian, from Old English and-, meaning opposed to, and weard, guardian Variants: Andwearde, Andwyrdan.

Anfeald

An Old English word that sounds like it could be a surname or given name. It has many meanings: alone; peculiar; matchless; superior; honest; sincere; simple; fixed

Anhaga

Loner; recluse; hermit Word-name from Old English ánhaga, meaning solitary being; lone dweller; recluse

Astyrian

Word-name for a character who excites and rouses others. From Old English ástýrian, meaning to stir up, excite

Atol

Old English word meaning deformed, repulsive, terrible, and ugly

Attor

Old English word meaning gall; poison; venom Variant: Ator.

Atyhtan

Old English word meaning allure; entice

Awiergan

Old English word meaning to curse; to damn, denounce; to outlaw

Bana

Old English word meaning devil; killer; murderer; slayer

Bar

Old English word meaning boar

Beadurinc

Old English word meaning soldier; warrior

Beadurof

Old English word meaning bold in war

Bealohydig

Old English word meaning enemy

Bearn

Old English word meaning child; offspring

Bebeodan

Old English word meaning command; instruct

Begrynian

Old English word meaning to ensnare; entrap

Beorn

Old English word meaning man; chief; hero; noble; prince; warrior It was derived from the word béo, meaning bee, and originally meant bear

Besierwan

Old English word meaning to deceive, trick, surprise; to defraud Variant: Besyrwan.

Betlic

Old English word meaning excellent; grand

Blyssung

Invented name for a shy character, one who blushes easily, is easily embarrassed. Inspired by Old English áblysung, meaning to blush, feel ashamed

Bodian

Brassling

Invented name for a weapon used for destruction. Inspired by Old English ábraslian, meaning to crash; crackle

Breat

Broga

Old English word meaning danger; dread; prodigy; terror Variant: Brogan.

Broth

Also the name of a thin soup, this invented character name means a coward; a defect; someone with no -alls It was inspired by Old English abroðennes (ð=th) meaning baseness, cowardice, dullness; a defect Actually the whole word Abrothennes could be used with Broth being the nickname.

Brott

Invented name for a person, creature, or thing (robot) that is crafty; silly; sluggish Inspired by Old English ábroten, meaning crafty, silly, sluggish

Brun

Old English word meaning brown or dark; having a shiny metallic luster

Bryrdan

Invented name for a person or thing that pierces the heart. Or a person who causes heartache/grief Inspired by Old English ábryrdan, meaning to prick/sting; to pierce in the heart; to cause grief

Brytt

Invented name for a killer; slayer Inspired by Old English abrýtan, meaning to destroy

Buga

Byligan

Caedman

Old English word meaning fighter; warrior

Caflice

Old English word meaning brave; valiant

Changra

Invented name for a strong and beautiful heroine. Inspired by Old English áchangra, meaning oak wood on a slope Actually, the word could be used as a name unaltered: Achangra.

Creops

Cyth

Invented name for a messenger; announcer; either a person, creature, or device used for communication Inspired by Old English ácýðan (ð=th), meaning to proclaim; to announce; to declare

Daela

Debootie

Invented word for the spoils taken after a kill Could be used as a name too, for someone who robs the dead.

Deep-elm

Invented name for an evil tree; cursed tree; Tree of Death

Deep-shade

Invented name for a wraith from hell; a shadow of death; or one who is active only at night

Deep-skyld

Invented word meaning highly skilled in the black arts

Deep-squall

Invented word describing the sound of death-throes; a cry of agony; the sound of painful death

Deep-womb

Invented synonym for a grave

Deepden

Invented name for a Valley of Death

Deeperstill

Invented name for the region under Deeperville

Deeperville

Invented name for Hell

Deeplyg

Invented name for hellish flame; lightning from hell Inspired by Old English lieg/lyg, meaning fire; flame; lightning

Deepstead

Invented name for Hell; hellish place

Deepwick

Invented name for a hellish dwelling; hellish mansion Inspired by Old English déaþwíc (þ=th) meaning dwelling of death; mansion of death

Delfan

Invented surname/given name for an investigator; excavator; someone who digs, delves, excavates, in the earth or into some mystery Inspired by Old English ádelfan, meaning to delve, dig, excavate

Deprae

Invented surname meaning death-rush Inspired by Old English déaprǽs, meaning sudden death; a death-rush

Desledge

Invented surname meaning sledge-hammer

Eldorgwynna

Invented name for a female adversary; deadly enemy Inspired by Old English ealdorgewinna, meaning deadly enemy; vital adversary

Smithereens

An actual word for a collection of parts or fragments considered as a whole. The city was blown to smithereens Good destroyer name, or a name for someone who was blown up and survived, and keeps their dismembered body parts pickled in jars.

Weor

Invented name for a glutton; a guzzler; a gorger Inspired by Old English ácweorran, meaning to guzzle, gorge, eat or drink immoderately; glut
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