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  1. #1

    I need an Female Antagonist Name

    Can someone find me a awesome name for a Female Antagonist.
    Details- She's obviously unbelievably strong, super confident, gorgeous, ruthless and cruel. Ya, the usual.
    She also has a brother called Mikyle and their last name's Arkson. Mikyle Arkson. So can ya help me out plz?

  2. #3
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    Re: I need an Female Antagonist Name

    Strong women in history:
    Eleanor (of Aquitaine)
    Rosa (Parks)
    Simone (de Beauvoir)
    Catherine (of Aragon)
    Greer (Germaine)

    From Wikipedia's "List of Women Warriors in Folklore":
    Cordelia
    Gwendolen
    Margaret
    Medb (Maeve)
    Macha
    Jeanne
    Joan
    Teuta
    Camilla
    Freyja
    Brunhild
    Yael
    Deborah

    Names meaning "strong" or "powerful":
    Bernadette
    Ebba
    Gertrude
    Kyra
    Trudi
    Valerie
    Edrea
    Isis
    Sybill
    Ricarda

    Or some names that just sound strong and hard to me:
    Hester
    Philippa
    Victoria
    Magda
    Oona


    My favourite is Teuta (pr. Toy-ta). Teuta Arkson. I think it goes well with Mikyle and means "queen". What do you think?
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    Re: I need an Female Antagonist Name

    Tueta if pronounced Toy-ta sounds kinda awkward to me.
    Was looking for something more intimidating, a kind of name that indicated straight off the bat that this one shall not be messed with

  4. #7
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    Re: I need an Female Antagonist Name

    The antagonists always seem harder to name. I usually don't look at the literal meaning of the name, but rather make a name out of an uncommon word that has the connotation that I'm looking for.

    The only one I can think of right now for you is Raza - from "raze." (It's been a long day, but that should give you an idea what I mean.)

    I have a Flip Dictionary which helps with finding those uncommon words - it's like a thesaurus, only better.

    Hope that helps.

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