This generator produces a random character name, male or female, customised for a specific, as of yet unpublished game setting. Names that can be used anywhere you need a quick NPC whose name is drawn from a predominantly Frankish or Old English background, with a touch of the Latin languages on the side.
The generator picks gender randomly, so if you need a name belonging to a specific gender you may have to refresh a few times.
Give me a Silvanian name then!
A typical female Silvanian name: Eloise Trader.A typical male, Silvanian name: Oak Barleyfield.A typical male, Silvanian name: Tauberic Cartwright.A typical female Silvanian name: Fresia Monsant.A typical female Silvanian name: Lecille Barker.A typical male, Silvanian name: Eldric River.A typical male, Silvanian name: Foucaut Greyfriar.A typical male, Silvanian name: Barfric Thorn.A typical female Silvanian name: Sanctity Vale.A typical female Silvanian name: Heid Cartwright.
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An inn needs a name! This generator offers five randomly generated name suggestions for inns, pubs, and taverns. Most suggestions are based off traditional (mostly British) naming conventions.
In addition, you get three genuine names of inns, pubs or taverns from real life (mostly the UK), for inspiration. Some are of mythical origin, some offer specific services. Some are named for historical figures or events, and some are just plain funny. A few are named for the clearly mythical and never-actually-seen, such as the Honest Politician.
This generator provides a randomly generated inn or tavern name, as well as an example of an actual, historical inn somewhere in the real world.
Show me some names!
Your inn might be called:
- The Dark Grapes
- The Red Gelding
- The Village Cup
- The Stoat and Hops
- The Dragon and Apple
Real life trumps imagination. How about ...
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- the Sailor in Addingham, Ilkley, Jolly Sailor at St. Athan, and at Sandown, on the Isle of Wight.
- the Artillery Arms, London; situated next door to the headquarters of the Honourable Artillery Company, oldest regiment of the British Army.
- the Nag's Head, playing on the double meaning of nag—a miserable horse or a scolding woman.
Does your local inn, pub or tavern have a curious or funny name? Drop a note in the comments for inclusion!