My Book Character Names

Characters in the book I'm writing Genre: Fantasy/Dark Fantasy/Adult Fantasy - Royalty - Fae - Magic
  1. Anala
    • Brisa
      • Alaric
        • Origin:

          German
        • Meaning:

          "all-powerful ruler"
        • Description:

          Alaric is an ancient regal name that sounds modern enough to be considered. Alaric was a traditional name for the kings of the Ostrogoths, the most famous of whom was Alaric I, the King of the West Goths who sacked Rome in 410.
      • Alina
        • Origin:

          Slavic
        • Meaning:

          "bright, beautiful"
        • Description:

          Alina has been drifting up the US popularity charts since the early 1980s, now nearing the Top 100. But Alina's real strength is in its international flexibility: The name ranks highly in a wide range of European, English speaking, and Latin American countries.
      • Amber
        • Origin:

          Word name, English
        • Description:

          Though perhaps not as currently stylish as Ruby, Jade, or Pearl, Amber has a colorful history (remember the notorious Forever Amber heroine?). Unfortunately, it does come with the "Amber Alert" connotation for modern parents (and their children).
      • Andromeda
        • Origin:

          Greek mythology name
        • Meaning:

          "advising like a man"
        • Description:

          One of the stellar unique baby names from mythology, Andromeda was the beautiful daughter of Cassiopeia who, like her mother, literally became a star--the constellation that bears her name.The Bohemian Andromeda makes a dramatic and adventurous choice in a time when four-syllable mythological names are gradually making their way into the mainstream.
      • Arya
        • Origin:

          Sanskrit; Modern variation of Aria
        • Meaning:

          "noble; air/song"
        • Description:

          Arya was derived from an Indo-Iranian word meaning "Aryan" or "noble." It is a masculine given name in Iran, Indonesia, Bali, and Sanskrit-speaking regions of India. In Hindu- and English-speaking parts of the world, Arya is more often a feminine name, the latter influenced by the similar Italian name Aria, meaning "air" or "song."
      • Asher
        • Origin:

          Hebrew
        • Meaning:

          "fortunate, blessed, happy one"
        • Description:

          Asher—an excellent, soft and sensitive Old Testament choice—is a baby boy name on the rise, and is a Nameberry biblical favorite.
      • Asteria
        • Origin:

          Greek
        • Meaning:

          "star"
        • Description:

          Asteria is an Anglicized spelling of the Greek Astraea or Astraia, the goddess of justice and innocence. She became the constellation Virgo, so all forms of this name would be especially appropriate for a child born in late August or early September.
      • Aurelia
        • Origin:

          Latin
        • Meaning:

          "the golden one"
        • Description:

          Aurelia is an ancient Roman name that's become a surprise hit in the contemporary world. A top favorite on Nameberry, it reentered the US Top 1000 in 2014 after a 70-year absence and continues to climb.
      • Auretta
        • Origin:

          Italian
        • Meaning:

          "light wind"
        • Description:

          A pretty addition to the Au-girl names like Audrey, Aurora and Autumn. The beginning Aur syllable, which often relates to gold, makes this an appropriate and one of the more unusual names for autumn babies.
      • Avonlea
        • Origin:

          Place name
        • Meaning:

          "river by a field"
        • Description:

          As all good Anne of Green Gables buffs would know, Avonlea is the fictional Canadian town created by L. M. Montgomery that Anne Shirley considers home. The literary creation inspired a real Canadian town to adopt the name. Avonlea would make a lovely literary choice for any baby, and would fit in with the Ava and "-lee" naming trends right now.
      • Azul
        • Origin:

          Spanish
        • Meaning:

          "blue"
        • Description:

          Azul is the Spanish word for "blue" and was first recorded as a baby name (for girls) in 1995. It's technically considered unisex today, although it is still much more common as a feminine name.
      • Aerilyn
        • Allora
          • Avora
            • Brandr
              • Brigalia
                • Calida
                  • Origin:

                    Spanish
                  • Meaning:

                    "heated"
                  • Description:

                    Unusual but accessible Hispanic choice with stylish sound.
                • Callan
                  • Origin:

                    Gaelic
                  • Meaning:

                    "descendent of Cathalan"
                  • Description:

                    An Anglicized form of the Irish surname Ó Cathaláin. It's a highly popular name in Scotland.