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Latest revision as of 16:25, 29 June 2020

Personal Names of Southwestern Pytharnia, particularly Bryndyd.

Second form shown is genitive (dhal = son)

Given Names

Male

(Second form is genitive for patronyms)

A
Achansmadh, Achansmaidh
Agairth, Agairtha
Aiachourn, Aiachourn
Aichovalas (Son of Amalthor Smaggcladdas)
Airvain, Airvain
Airvasgal, Airvasgail
Amalthor, Amalthoir
Ariglas, Ariglais
Arriudh, Arriuidh (last ruler of Deavingeal Dynasty, son, Tehaspir renounces throne)
B
Barois, Baroise
Beglorn, Begloirn
Betheg, Bethig
Bragand, Bragaind
Brasc, Braisc
C
Caferg
Caspain, Caspaina
Cathag, Cethaig
Cavadhen, Cavadhin
Ceadridh
Ceredh
Cumedh, Cumdha
Cumidhvain
D
Daghodh, Daghoidhe
Dagurglame (from Medibgóëse)
Deagirn, Deagrin
Drumgeir
Dwal, Dwail
E
Echeadh, Echeaidh
Ehansia, Ehansiaidh
Edrog, Edroig
Esberth, Esbeirth/Esbirth
F
Fascagher, Fascaghire
Fiath, Fiaitha
Folmag (cf Fólmach, Erechórebese)
G
Gelvo
Gnaigladh, Gnaiglaidh (Saint)
Gnamudh, Gnamauidh
Guspean, Guspeain
H
Honcha, Hoinche
I
Iarvo
Iblaigaith
Ithrag, Ithraig
Iustragvain
J
Jafthor
Japphew
L
Leasivain
Leigourth (Gonfalese)
M
Maistragarth
Midrevain
Midrid
Miorvic
N
Norgu
R
Rhiggoncha, Rhiggoinech
Rhionfate (Arch Ducal Name)
Rualfin
S
Seaifdh, Seaifidh
Sindrevain
Siradh, Siraidh
Smealgiadh, Smealgiaidh
Straudh, Strauidh
Suvalin, Suvalgin
T
Taslain, Taslaina
Tasphilug, Tasphiluig
Tucha, Tuicha
Thairwain
Thairwydd
Thorjik
Thraive
Thraspevain, Thraspevaina
Thrionder, Thriondir
U
Ullard [Ullareadh, from Thracian Ullarod]]
Y
Yahune, Yahuine (Prince's name)

Female

A
Aitheste
Amsefeal
Aosba
Ascula
B
C
Carrasiave
Cathra, Cathran
D
Daunableha "Partisan of Dáunau"
E
Eherraiva
Esberdna
Esbertha
F
Fairtha
G
Gabhrig
Gealishin (Saint)
Greadhonia (wife to Archduke Amalthor)
H
I
Incuse
Indolise
Ithiria (Princess Ithiria)
J
L
Lach
Lauleth
M
Mearth
Midridina
N
Nostrina
O
Omirrha
P

Only in Foreign Words

R
Rhidna
Rhiona
Rhiona-Lauleth
Rhoiga (Saint Rhoiga)
S
Sergabë
T
Tealva
Teioisielin
Teadhalgin
Thraspevainia
U
Udith
Ullardina
V
Y
Yogwena

Family Names

Patronymy

  • {name} dhal {father's name + Gen/Abl}
  • Bragand dhal Fiatha

Matronymy

  • {name} dhailge {mother's name + Gen/Abl}

House Names

Ennobled Houses

I
Iaffaigechegra "Jaffbarrow"
K
Kirgialuiche (Cock Gialorgine Vineyard and Winery)
S
Smaggcladdas (Archduchy)

Common Houses

A
Aigonsia
B
Bismeargha
Bruave
C
Caflaga
Cathbhuir (Tibloneach dhal Chaoinir)
D
Dabhlis
Damfanirin (name of Dragonrail Bridge over the Rhaunve River)
Disith
F
Fidhrin
G
Galtaha
Gamfidhrin
Grascurg
H
I
Iaircha
Iairchaslin
M
Miedhurga
Mighir
N
Niaoibha
O
Obhinn
R
Riamoma
S
Scobha
Sichogha
Siarbha
Smiailgesinneadha
T
Taha
Thiga
Thiga dhaila Ithraig
Tingolachth
Y
Yeabhola
Yeasioisa

House Branch

  • To indicate a different branch of a large house, use House Name + dhaila (Dat) + Gen/Abl of patriarch. This means literally "to the son of" or "with regard to the son of."
  • eg:
  • Thiga dhaila Ithraig

The oldest patrilineal branch by custom does not indicate by means of "dhaila" unless it is unclear. This can be confusing as often persons of the younger branches will also not indicate the "dhaila."

See Also