List of Midretassene Personal Names
Midretassene custom and tradition provided for three to four names for an individual. Every freeborn person, whether patrician (aristocrat) or commoner (plebeian), received three names: Given Name, Tribal Name, and Gentilician (clan) Name. Each tribe was divided into several clans, so it was necessary to know which clan a person was born into.
For aristocratic families and some wealthy plebeian families with more than one branch or household, there was also a 'household' name that usually revealed what house or house location the particular family lived in.
- Absenos, Absenios
- Ambrokos, Ambrokios 'blessed of Amrulon'
- Aradaos, Aradaios 'dragon'
- Azaber, Azabrios
- Brigos < Brinos < Brios 'strong'
- Bsubos, Bsubios 'firm, harsh, unyielding'
- Dagdos: "Scale"
- Dagdoros: "scaly"
- Geprais, Gepraios
- Gesprasos, Gesprasios
- Gremolos, Gremolios
- Gvaradros, Gvaradrios 'bearded'
- Hespizos < hespos + -izos: "Curly"
- Khaus, Khaunios
- Luxos, Luxios 'herald, messenger'
- Madros: from Madiros
- Madrog: from Madros + g cf. Madrokos
- Madrogios: from Madrog + ios
- Meligokos: <meleg + okos, propitiator of the night
- Neptessor 'scribe, one who makes an inventory', Neptessorios
- Nerukhos, Nerukhios
- Orgokos, Orgokios 'devotee of Vergos'
- Orkubanthokos, Orkubanthokios 'devotee of Orclanx', thought to be a practitioner of necromancy
- Prakor, Prakorios, 'preserver, keeper'
- Phogos, Phogios 'bull'
- Rebsos, Repsios 'ugly'
- Rhaltheptis, propitiator of Rhio (Rhal)
- Salmakhamer, Salmakhamerios
- Sedokos, Sedokios 'light, brilliant'
- Stragalos, Stragalios
- Tibolos, Tibolios 'farmer' <tibos + -olos
- Togros, Togrios 'of the sea'
- Uturnos (First Overlord of Midretasso), Uturnios
- Zados, Zadios
- Zalos, Zalios
- Possibly Remove
- Absena, Absenia
- Aradá, Aradaia 'dragon'
- Bsuba, Bsubia
- Ibsaba, Ibsabia
- Khauna, Khaunia
- Luxa, Luxia
- Midretta (daughter of first overlord, subsequently deified); Midrettia
- Zala, Zalia
- Possibly Remove
Clan or Gentilician Names
- Magbio (General in the Battle of Curchása)
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