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A contemporary name (first-last) calling on a variety of nationalities with equal weight, both male and female. First and last name are determined randomly and separately, creating mixed nationality combinations.
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Produces a Japanese female name, family name then given name.
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Japanese names family name first, given name second.
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The double surname is intentional. As Spanish surnames are made by taking the first part of the father's surname followed by the first part of the mother's surname.
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The double surname is intentional. As Spanish surnames are made by taking the first part of the father's surname followed by the first part of the mother's surname.
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Produces a French sounding name for a female character
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Produces a French sounding name for a male character
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Generates a random name using a cvcvc pattern
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A completely randomly generated name that is approximately two syllables long. Useable for any alien or fantasy setting.
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Generates a simple, typical - if a little old fashioned at times - English name (male or female equally likely).
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There aren't a lot of individually named orcs in Tolkien's work. This generator takes the ones we have and splits them up, recombining them into new names for orcs and uruk-hai. These orcs can join the ranks of Uglśk, Grishnįkh, Gorbag, and Shagrat.
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Most Elves have only one name in Tolkien's writings, although Tolkien decided late in his life that Elves of the Second Clan who lived in Eldamar bore several names. This generator is designed for the former: elves (and half-elves) with a single name - Amdir, Caranthir, Celeborn, Galadriel, Denetho...
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Generates a single Klingon name in the form of: Godar, son of Kadrya, of House Argan.
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This generator creates a full (first and second) male dwarf name. First names are composed of two parts and inspired by names such as Bruenor, Balin, and Thorin. Second names are also two parts, and are inspired by names such as Battlehammer, Stonefist, and Fireforge.
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