What is your Elvish, Hobbit, Dwarf or Wizard name?

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Post by Philipa » Fri Dec 01, 2006 1:58 am

Excellent news Alma. I was afraid we'd lost some fun. :(
Aiya Earendil Elenion Ancalima!

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Post by Franni » Fri Dec 01, 2006 3:55 am

I have just become, Lessien Ne'nharma and my Hobbit name is
Camellia SandyBanks.
Which is much better than sandybottom, don't you think. :lol:

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Post by cityladynyc » Fri Dec 01, 2006 4:45 am

My elvish name is Tári Culnámo.

My hobbit name is Tigerlily Proudfoot.

I think the last time I tried it I was given different names. These are fun though.


I found them from two years ago:

Elvish name is Anelith Queen of Nargothrond.

Hobbit name is Claerka Puddifoot of Bywater.

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Post by Cheyenne Angel » Fri Dec 01, 2006 7:29 am

ok :D
My elvish name with my nickname (more used than my first name):
Itarildë Calafalas

with my firstname :
Lessien Calafalas

my nickname and my maiden name :lol: :
Itarildë Tinehtelë
my first name and my maiden name :
Lessien Tinehtelë

now to the Hobbits :D

My Hobbit name with my nickname
Berylla Boffin of Needlehole

with my firstname :
Camellia Boffin of Needlehole

my nickname and my maiden name :
Berylla Danderfluff
my first name and my maiden name :
Camellia Danderfluff

(White rose we are parents in hobbit? :lol:
Franni you and me have the same first name I think :D )

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Post by Iolanthe » Fri Dec 01, 2006 8:35 pm

Franni wrote:I have just become, Lessien Ne'nharma and my Hobbit name is
Camellia SandyBanks.
Which is much better than sandybottom, don't you think. :lol:
Most definitely Franni :lol: .
cityladynyc wrote:I think the last time I tried it I was given different names. These are fun though
Alas I just tried it again full of hope and.......I'm still Ivy Grubb :( .
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Post by serinde » Tue Dec 05, 2006 11:04 pm

elvish name: Eámane or Ránewén Táralóm

Hobbit name: Bramblerose or Petunia Gamwich of the Bree Gamwiches

I must be related to Elessar's lady

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Post by Iolanthe » Thu Dec 07, 2006 5:22 pm

Petunia? I love it :lol: . Much better than Ivy Grubb (who I think is a relation of Frodo...)
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Post by Beren » Tue Dec 12, 2006 1:46 pm

My hobbit name would be:

Wilibald Boggy-Hillocks (i do not like the sound of that )

And my elven name:

Golradir Amandil

Now my little babies names (will first say their real names, then the elven, then the hobbit names):

Tobin Collier - Maeglin Amandil - Todo Boggy-Hillocks
Lori Collier - Uruviel Amandil - Lily Boggy-Hillocks

These are cute names for my two smallest babies!

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Post by Merry » Tue Dec 12, 2006 4:24 pm

How's your Elvish, Beren? 'Amandil' sounds like a splendid Elvish name, but does it have a meaning?
Sing and be glad, all ye children of the West,
for your King shall come again,
and he shall dwell among you
all the days of your life.

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Post by Beren » Tue Dec 12, 2006 4:43 pm

It means 'Devoted to Aman' ... one could say it fits!

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Post by Merry » Tue Dec 12, 2006 4:59 pm

:lol: Yes, indeed. We should probably all take it as our middle name!
Sing and be glad, all ye children of the West,
for your King shall come again,
and he shall dwell among you
all the days of your life.

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Post by Iolanthe » Wed Dec 13, 2006 5:47 pm

I think Wilibald Boggy-Hillocks is the best Hobbit name I've ever heard :lol: . It's even made me feel better about Ivy Grubb :wink: .
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Post by Beren » Thu Dec 14, 2006 8:38 am

Yes the more I read it the more i like it...

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Post by Iolanthe » Thu Dec 21, 2006 10:58 am

Out of curiosity I put in John Tolkien and came up with

Olo Gamgee-Took of Bywater.

I think he would have liked that one :D . But if you put in John Ronald you get Dimple Gamgee-Took of Bywater. Mmmm. Dimple? :lol:
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Post by khushil » Thu Jan 04, 2007 10:49 am

My Elfname: Amras Vanimedlë
My Hobbitname: Berilac Millstone of Bywater

Wow. :-)

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