Names in Kaldor

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, Abryn, Ada, Ael, AIDRIK, Akatern, Aldin, Aledro, Alfar, Alfric, Alessa, Allynn, Alnet, Ambrathas (Larani saint), Andarik, Andel, Anerd, Angor, Aras, Archebal, Ardail, Ariam, Arkael (Jarin?), Arbin, Arkael, Arlbis, Arlin, Arlorn, Armagastar, Ars, Arvan, Arvin, Arwyn, Asalon, Ashata, Asorn, Ashain, Avid, Bagnor, Baldorn, Baralis, Barint, Baris, Baure, Bearn, Beisha, Belgor, Belsin, Beran, Bereden, Berimal, Bicrem, Blair, Blatern, Boel, Bork, Bors, Bradlak, Brandis, BRANT, Brewlin, Brinn, Broe, Bromis, Brovel (Kand), Brunis, Burnam, Cadon, Callon, CALSTEN, Caro, Celed, Celedyn (Mel), Ceorlan, Cerigan, Cerdan, Charance, Chargil, Charis, Charl, Chepin, Chilmin, Chimin, Cholin, Churus, Chymel, Clavro, Colm, Conlon, Conwan, Conwyn, Coreth, Corfyn, Crale~, Crinnida, Crissam, Cruelis, Curroll, Dabin, Daele, Dagald, Danyes, Danzys, Darlin, Darwyth, Declaen, Delmas, Deni, Deras, Dernil (Th), Dina, Diryn, Doberry, Doldas, Donar, Doolassa, Dorral, Dosyl, Dourik, Dregald, Drogo, Dudo, Dulwyn, Durgaen, Dwyn, Dycast, Dyrman, Eamyt, Earny, Ebalt, Ebran, Edine, Elcar, Eld, Eldak, Eldan, Elemon, Elfrod, Elgar, Eltan, Eran, Ercamber, Erdar, Ereden, Eredos, Erelar, Eres, Eris, Ernell, Ertol, Everard, Evida, Evin, Fael, Fardir (Larani Saint), Ferin, FIERTH, Finmeld, Fonor, Fynygyn, Gaelen, Gaerl, Garath, Garas, Garen, Gareth, Garin, Garosta, Geldane, GENIN (famous mage of Melderyn), Girard, Glynd, Golian, Gorian, Gorin, Gorlas (j?), Gorlin, Gorond, Gort, Gorthan, Gorvan, Goshal, Gotar, Gournay, Greon, Grisson, Gunart, Grunda, Gyandy, Haber, Habil, Haeri, Haerl, HAIN, Hakon (j?), Halach, HALDAN, Haldare, Halime, Halsen, Haradane, Haradoc, Harain, Harapa, Harayn, Harbal, Harian, Harmon, Haselun, Hassela, Heber, Hedare, Hemid, Hemisen, Hendal, Hendin, Henryn, Herik, Herlan, Herras, Hesdin, Het, Hoak, Holik, Honelon, Horidon, Houla, Hynrae, Iame, IBUTHINE, IEMALD, Illion, Ilor, Ilwis, Indalon, Indros (Thard), Ireden, Ireald, Irian, Iriel, Isoard, Jakan, Jakkyn, Jakrow (Jarin?), Jalgon, Jalo, Janor, Jaril, Jarlath, Jarn, Jendil, Jendrik (Th), Jere, Jered, Jerin, Jeris, Jesel, Jethris, Jonil, Jorlak (Thardic name), Josith, Joular, Jourat, Juren, Kaelli, KALABIN, Kalasen, Kaldarias, Kaltric, Kalwys, Karbes, Karison, Karit, Karsin, Kathel, Kecklan, Keldis, Kenter, Keric, Kethor, Ketil, Kilk, Killassan, Kilred, Kisan, Kiral, Kirl, Kirlin, Kobar, Kodar, Kolyn, Koraga, Korbin, Korein, Korin, Koris, Kornuska, Korol, Korus, Korwyn, Krin, Kunas, Kuvel, Kymed, Kymen, Kyre, Kyresan, Kytem, Lamrin, Lanas, Langar, Lanivar, Laren, Larryl, Lase, Lassan, Lebane, Ledarn, Ledril, Lerin, Lern, Limm, Lir, Lira, Loban, Lonbar, Lorel, Lorin, LOTIN, Luisan, Lyndar, Lynwold, Lysat, Madrin, Mael, Magrin (Jarin?), Magnor, Mahlades (Thard), Mak, Mald, Maldan, Mandan, Maral, MARANOS, Mard, Marik, Margan, Margon, Maros, Martin, Masen, Meathgir, Meden, Medew, MEDRIK, Melgar, Melin, Melsen, Melsene, Merdyn, Merg, Merik, Merin, Meriven, Merwyn, Mida, Midal, Midda, Mido, Migerd, MIGINATH, Migray, Miklus, Mirald, Mirild, Molel, Mollel, Morgal, Morgin, Mulen, Mulron, Myran, Naradin, Natgen, Nethan, Nibinel, Nicrom, Nierek, Norbin, Norin, Obras, Oisen, Okie, Olwin, Opo, Orben, Ordren, Orhan, Orin, Orkon, ORSIN, Ortin, Osar, Osim, Oshin, Owain, PAROGAR, Parsume, Pasun, Pedel, Pelshin, Persin, Pesara, Petral, Peyrins, Pinerd, Poreyn, Prehil, Quosso, Rabal, Rablar, Ragen, Ralan, Rald, Raervin, Ralda, Ramain, Ranal, Rasak, Rasha, Rathbar, Reberl, Reberth, Remal, Remiu, Rendig, Rerth, Retel, Ridan, Rindan, Robras, Rodin, Rogan, Rohn, Roldas, Rolimar (j?) (of Cesswynn in Aleath), ROLOTH, Romlach, Ronas, Rosta, Rumel, Ruta, Ruyth, Ryiku, Ryle, Saenel, Saery, Sai, SANRIC, Satris, Scina, Scisco, Scutch, Sedris, Semeline (Larani saint), Sendalyn, Seperlyne, Sepian, Serphet, Shak, Shain, SHALA, Shanis, Sharm, Shawe, Shernath, Sheryd, Shirhet, Shotro, Shunel, Shylir, Sigolan, Sigom, Silas, Smee, Sweldur, Taerin, Tagin, Taral, Taran, Tarbil, Tarkin, Tarkor, Tarl, Tarmas, Tendrik, Terlin, Temos, Thyman, Tiald, Tinel, Tokra, Tommas, Torald, Toras, Torasa, TORASTRA, TORBET, Torbris (Mel), Toren, Torian, Troda, Trivin, Tulath, Tyrnal, Uaedin, Ulder, Univ, Unniso, Unnertar, Urian, Uril, Urin, Ursis, Uskorn, 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, Yorare, Yrech (Jarin?), Zuke

Female Names (Kaldor) – Ailen, Akatern, Alagra, Alarena, Albea, Alena, Alessa, Aliela, Alison, Almanel, Amarie, Amela, Amona, Anda, Anena, Anesa, Anlael, Anna (Kanday), Areta, Arlena, Apryle. Aurelia (Halean prophetess), Bae, Belana, Benea, Biana, Brenlyn, Bresyn, Briele, Brygyne, Calfona, Camissa, Caniara, Carala, Cemelyne (Reth), Cerieme. Cersyn, Chanishe, CHELEBIN, Chendra, Cheselyne, CHIDENA, Cloya, Colenia, Cylesa (Rethem), Danisa, Debyne, Derwen, Dibra, Donesyn, Dorien (Meld), Elana, Eliase, Elleyna (j?), Enoriel, Erelora, Erila (Chybisan), Erlene, Esna, Faha, Feya, Forissa, Gerale, Giena, Gruldel, Grundel, Gryta, Kaidia, Kaisirin, Kalaine, Kelissa, Kethele, Kiesa, Halane, Helicia, Helma, Hemise, Henda, Herela, Herva, Hesena, Hila, Hilma, Keryne, Ialny, Iana, Ieara, Iemle, Igrot, Imelene, Ingold, Ithina, Jayal, Jenna, Jonara, Karina, Karissa (Melderyni name), Keriela, Kesyne, Lajana, Larane, Lasar, Laseral, Lelona, Lena, Lenael, Lenera, Lenyl, Lerela, Lereyn, Leriela, Lerli, Lesel, Lessre, Liel, Lora, Loryle, Lyndael, Lysela, Manjula, Maris, Marnyle, Marsyle (Mel), Meleine, Melenda, Melia, Meliara, Meliem, Meliara, Meline, Mera, Merenda, Merela, Merena (of Sinarael in Cherafir), Merina, Meristne, Mesa, Mesela, Milya, Mirim, Mrassal (Merassal?), Mylene, Myrele, Myrtis, MYSELBANE, Mysena, Mythyn, Orella, Othena, Pella, Penele, Perelyne (saint), Peresta, Perla, Piria, Prtherela (Pretherela?), Querene, Querila, Raditha, Releisa, Relemah, Releyne, Renelka, Riela, Rosak, Saryse, Selein, Seleryn, Serilia, Serli, Seryel (Mel), Shalene (Mel), Sharosi, Shyna, Silena, Siwen, Skona, Solia, Sylvia, Thilisa, Torlyne, Tresyla (j?), Tula (a Kath name?), Udine, Urila, Uvienela (Taledan or Jarin name?), Valeran, Velira, Vena, Wilia, Yerala, Ygrena, Yrene, Yvyle

Names in Kaldor

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