What are the names of the Christmas elves

Looking for names with dwarf, elf, magical creature meaning


Written by Fruit on December 16, 2011, 9:50 pm

Which one do you think of? It would be nice if you either write the meaning or the story with which you associate it.

 

Re: Looking for names with dwarf, elf, magical creature meaning

answer frombloomy on December 16, 2011, 11 p.m.

Arwen? It occurs to me spontaneously that it comes from "Lord of the Rings", doesn't it? Or how about Gollum?
Are you planning to give your child a dwarf or pixie name?

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Re: Looking for names with dwarf, elf, magical creature meaning

answer fromnela1806 on December 16, 2011, 11:08 pm

Girls

Alva -Alva is Nordic and means "fairy"
Jendra - elf of light
Elora - Elora is a girl from the fantasy film "Willow"
Alvina -
Alvina comes from the Nordic and means elf, nature spirit


guys

Laurin - King of the Elves
Frodo - Lord of the Rings
Ron - Harry Potter
Legolas - Lord of the Rings
Merlin
Melvin

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bloomy

answer fromFruit on December 17th, 2011, 8:49 a.m.

Otherwise I would not have asked or, as one can recognize when posting after you, there are quite beautiful names that fit into the magical world and yet are not too unusual.

I don't think Arwen is that bad, I also like Arvid with the boys (even if it has a different meaning but purely sonically)

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nela

answer fromFruit on December 17th, 2011, 8:52 am

Alva - I think it's beautiful, was already on my list

Elora - he's interesting, has to google ^^

Laurin - is the dwarf king. I like it, I like it.

Merlin - is on my list anyway

Thanks for these suggestions, there are a few nice ones

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Re: nela again Elora

answer fromFruit on December 17th, 2011, 8:57 am

Can be derived in Hebrew. Then EL would be for "God" and ORA for "light". So God's light. Nice too. Liora means "my light", which I like a lot too. So you can take over with the word kits or see it as a derivative of Eleonora (God is my light).

Well, anyway

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Re: nela again Elora

answer fromKikilotta on December 17th, 2011, 10:14 am

Alva - was also a favorite name of mine for a long time "the elf" is just beautiful ...
Elanor - the star sun ... a flower in LotR. Sam's daughter is also called that ...
Alrun - noble sorceress (sounds a bit "scary")
Alvena - Elfin + girlfriend
Elfriede / Elfrieda - the one protected by elves (I think that's very nice ... and would be forgiven as a ZN again. I know an older Elfriede, she is called Elfie)
Elvina - friend of the elves
Hjördis -elf / goddess
Fey - from the fairies (I find a little more subtle than fairy)
Cliona - celt. fairy
Friedrun - Protection through magic words
Runa (!!) - magic, secret
Varuna - elf, nature spirit

Alfred - the one advised by elves (I think it's very nice, especially since my father with ZN, my great-grandfather and Monsieur's grandfather were called that / we would absolutely like to forgive him)
Alvar - elf, nature spirit
Marun - famous for magic
Arunas - nature spirit, elf, magic
Alvin - elf, leprechaun
Elfèn - (the son of a Swiss presenter is called that)
Tomte - means in swed.Wichtel;), would actually be a cute nickname

Still from "mythology" / stories / films
Morgaine
Vivienne
Level
Nimue
Arwen (I know a couple whose child would have been named as a girl, now his name is Yuma)
Arya
Serafina, Jutta, Ruta, Lena (witches in "His Dark Materials")
Eowyn
Amarilla (a nymph ... I think the idea of ​​nymphs is so great because they are supposed to be smart, beautiful, confident and yet very seductive)
Galatea
Leiagora
Rhea - although not a nature spirit, but means "flowing water, original spring", like Gaia, so to speak the earth mother ... I find it very beautiful

Merlin
Gawain
Nereus

Hmm, I don't know that much elven fantasy literature ...

LG Kiki

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kiki

answer fromFruit on December 17th, 2011, 10:46 am

First of all, wow, thank you very much for the many suggestions

Alva - Very nice.
Elanor - Why "Star Sun"? Thought that was simply a derivation from Eleonora (God is my light) - it's beautiful, yes, I like Elinor better.

Fey - I think it's kind of cute as an "intermediate name"

Runa - nice, but already taken!


Marun - emphasis? Maruuuhn? I find it very interesting somehow. Where did you get the meaning from? Source? Bring it on! * hihi *

Arunas - Very interesting as a ZN. I like the S on the back. Also very interesting. Source?

Morgaine - one of the names that make up the stage name of my ma ...;)

Nimue - I think it's beautiful, but I wouldn't forgive it.
Arwen - I think that's beautiful. What bothers me is that there are so many different meanings and so on. I don't like that. Which is why I, for example, refrain from Silas more and more.

Rhea- beautiful right? I like that very much. But is it a bit difficult to * find * and a lot come with "rehab"?

Merlin is clear on the list anyway.

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Re: kiki

answer fromKikilotta on December 17th, 2011, 11:37 am

No, Elanor appears in "Lord of the Rings" and is just a flower and Sam's daughter is then named after the flower. In the case of firstname and behindthename, only this meaning is given. Http://www.rund-ums-baby.de/vornamen/response.htm? Id = 299109 # startg.

I only found Marun on firstname. But on Google "Marun Old High German" texts come with this word, so it seems to exist. I like it too, by the way!

I didn't find Arunas on firstname, which means "son of the eagle" in Lithuanian (or something like that). Maybe you need to google more closely or ask a German scholar or linguist ...

I even know a morgaine !!! A very pretty, young, happy woman.

Arwen: Well, according to the Tolkien Lexicon, there is only one meaning, Royal Maiden. I would take this meaning as it is the best known of the name. Was that kelt. Name in the exact same form, so Arwen?

I think Rhea is beautiful !!! I know a Rhea and rehab has never crossed my mind. We also pronounce the name nicely as in High German, rolled r and e almost like ä. The Rhea I know is a very pretty woman (long, red hair), she goes to jazz school and studies singing there and dances ballet ... and is a "clairvoyant" girl. So for me the name is also mysterious. The name suits her as well as a beautiful forest fairy.

LG Kiki

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Re: Looking for names with dwarf, elf, magical creature meaning

answer fromsun1024 on December 17th, 2011, 2:53 p.m.

Guys:
Alvis
Elric
Elvin / Elwin
Alvin
Avery
Auberon
Alfred

Girl:
Siofra
Tinuviel
Fay
Melissa
Satu
Alvina
Elvina
Freda

LG sun

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