Names

Here’s a compilation of some Quenya names already requested to me according to each one’s etymology. If your name isn’t already in the list, feel free to ask me through reply here. I’ll be glad to help everyone!


Note on surnames: There are no surnames in Quenya. None. But how can I get my full name then? Easy! Same principle ancient Israelites used, genealogy. So, if you’re a man, take your father’s name in Quenya and apply the genitive suffix (-o) which means ‘of’ (origin). If you’re a woman, your mother’s name. In the end, what you’ll have will be something like, for instance: Túrin (son of) Húrin or Lúthien (daughter of) Melian. You need to be careful only with some rules about the genitive suffix, but this will be treated later and deeper in the Elvish Course page. Below, the alphabetical names list: (Click on the letters)

A B C D E F G H I J

K L M N O P Q R S 

T U V W X Y Z

Stats

Quenya101 has got

560

etymologically composed names and

4

genealogically formed full names into

coming from several languages such as: Ænglisc,  العربية, български език, Brezhoneg, Brythonic, Català, Čeština, Cymraeg, Dansk, Deutsch, l4ljjl6, Eesti, Ελληνικά, English, Español, فارسی,  Français, Gaeilge, Gàidhlig, Hawaiian, Հայերէն, हिन्दी, Hrvatski, Italiano, , Lietuvių LINGVA LATINA, עִבְרִית, Македонски јазик, Nederlands, 日本語, Norrœnt, Norsk, Polski, Português, Română, Pусский, Slovenčina, Slovenščina, Cрпски, Suomen, Svenska, Türkçe, Yorùbá, 中文 and ☥.

Waiting line

Next names to be added according to people’s requests:

  1. Nebojša
  2. Herman
  3. Maëlys
  4. Kalliope
  5. Emerson
  6. Titus
  7. Leland
  8. Anastasia
  9. Stelios
  10. Devin (Irish)
  11. Karissa
  12. Mirza
  13. Sinclair
  14. Simge
  15. Hunter
  16. Kayla
  17. Celeste
  18. Demeter
  19. Elijah
  20. Emmett
  21. Flavio
  22. Ciarán
  23. Judith
  24. Chantelle
  25. Anita
  26. Jamie
  27. Manoela
  28. Rosario
  29. Ezequiel
  30. Desmond
  31. Eveline
  32. Mustafa
  33. Vanda
  34. Erica
  35. Harrison
  36. Brent
  37. Rubén
  38. Berenice
  39. Abigail
  40. Yasser
  41. Viviana
  42. Yvette
  43. Eric
  44. Glenn
  45. Bart
  46. Deborah
  47. Geoffrey
  48. Yuval
  49. Fiorella
  50. Jabin
  51. Athena
  52. Esther
  53. Levi
  54. Meritxell
  55. Odette
  56. Norma
  57. Piper
  58. Bianca
  59. Trinity
  60. Kiera
  61. Courtney
  62. Daenerys
  63. Aiden
  64. Josephine
  65. Mariana
  66. Panos
  67. Lyle
  68. Sharifa
  69. Ancalagon
  70. Angelica
  71. Iva
  72. Isaac
  73. Dean
  74. Guadalupe
  75. Isha
  76. Ezra
  77. Justin
  78. Basileios
  79. Cameron
  80. Åse
  81. Mason
  82. Aldo
  83. Emiliano
  84. Jefferson

* = Awaiting  further explanation from the one who requested it in order to be composed.

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1,637 responses to “Names

  1. Karen

    Donatella (Italian, feminine). Diminutive of DONATA (Feminine form of DONATO). From the Late Latin name Donatus meaning “given”. Several early saints had this name.

  2. Good night, it’s a excellent project and way to conserver the word of the Professor Tolkien. Please can you help me with this names?
    *Nazly
    *Emiliano
    *Jefferson
    *Daniela (Female by Daniel offcourse)

    Thanks and good night from Colombia

  3. ikis

    Hi , Could you add to your name list the name Aldo?

  4. Mason

    Could you please add Mason to the names. It can mean either “stoneworker” or “to make.”

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