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All in vain = Alvain Right = vrai (French word) = Vrei Roleless = Roless Variable Nonsense = Varanense Outside of that, I just toss consonants together until I get something that sounds nice. So instead of having a character called Jeff, I have one named Torben. You mean that names like Anita Sarkeesian, Obama, and Hilary Clinton as used in your novel are.. but I don't think there's anyone who uses such names "accidentally".

(Which is the name of Thor's bear) Perhaps you can look through old Nordic names, or other cultures depending on what you want the names to sound like. I actually note down whatever names randomly pop into my head, and there will be someday when I will use that for someone.

There is a repeated refrain that says: You say I should stay with you that Jesus forgives you. The difference is Jesus loves you, I don’t Blunt verbiage. If you are open to seeing your faults you have a good shot at changing them. These affirmation needs may be in the way of continual compliments, being liked by everybody under the sun, empty sexual conquests, being the center of attention always at a gathering, etc…

I will never forget the time when a man in therapy with me said, “Thanks, John, I didn’t know what I didn’t know.” This person was open to knowing things about himself that he was not conscious of. It is important to know what are our strengths and weaknesses. INNER RESOURCEFULNESS: Some people need constant OUTSIDE reinforcement as to their value as a human being.

In two minutes, I suddenly have a blacksmith called Haskell, rather than spending 20 minutes staring at a wall trying to come up with a name. for example, my mc uses earth elemental magic mostly, so i use google translate (in this case to arabic) for earth and got 'ard. Asides from that, I use names from just about every mythology on the face of the planet, sometimes names from people I've met might pop into my head (extra hilarity when said people end up in some ridiculously OP position like the Ruler of the Solar System), etc.

I happen to know in farsi the letter 'd' here is written as 'z', and thus 'Arz' is my mc. Even forum names might work with some little tweaks.

it could be anything as long as it looks good cos i need alot of names for races and stuff. For my fiction, I use a lot of Greek or Norse names, with some of the meanings relating to the character.The goal is to feel better from the inside out – to realize your inner core is spiritual, therefore, good. “Jesus loves you…” Remember the words of another song, “This little light of mine, I’m going to let it shine…”?That is the task of each of us, to realize our unique gifts, the light we bring to others.well, i usually prefer the less used language (but i happen to have a little knowledge on them) like arabic, malay, or sanskrit. the second is simply turn my mind into a random-name-generator :p I'm horrible at coming up with names. Sometimes, I'll go for something Roman like Augustus or whatever I find fits well with a character, and sometimes I will pick a word and I will throw it into Google Translate. The last chapter I wrote I named "One Man's Trash" which, I mean, it's not the BEST chapter title but it works for the plot.Extra hilarity for readers who speak that language and can "get it". Unless that's your running joke.2) Names fit best in their setting. A race is often called by an internal name, or by what others think of them. Then for everything else you just have to keep what Knave said in mind: i'm in a dire need of names, i just can't think of any good ones, so is there any way for people to suggest good names and how do you think them up.

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