I am trying to write a book...?
Do you know how a girl magic person is called a witch, well I need a new name for a girl and a boy magic person that hasn't been invented yet. The person that I choose the best answer to: I will put your name in the dedication if you want!
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
How 'bout something like, RADAL!! THAT SOUNDS COOL!! or like, scrabbers, yeahh hahaha, sorry, but I have a weird imagination.
- Ted PackLv 71 decade ago
You don't really need new words. J. K. Rowling did just fine with the old ones. She did invent or popularize "muggle", for a non-magical person.
Sorcerer and sorceress would work, and don't have the connotation of "witch". "Magician" can be a man or a woman.
If your plot is top-notch and your characters are believable, you'll do fine without inventing words.
- 1 decade ago
I love writing.
a female and male name for magic users...
female: A: Shorla, Selocia, bella-kora , Selila, Yordana
male : A: Kara-dera , Seliola, Yerda, Gegora, Kordella
eh, I could probably think up random names all day.
if you do use mine, message me email@example.com
hope your book goes well, don't get too frustrated with it.
ps. witches are evil users of magic, traditionally wizards can go either way, but generally they were all pretty much though as evil in those time.
Also pps. Pick or think of names that people can pronounce, people dont' like it when they can't say or think of what a name sounds like.
- Beau RLv 71 decade ago
I'd suggest the girl be called a Guiler, and the boy a Guilee. This is taken from the word "Beguile." As to the dedication, should you be lucky enough to get published, just mention Beau, in your dedication. Good luck.
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- CHESSLARUSLv 71 decade ago
I suggest you Gestrom for magic boy and Galmar for magic girl
- tkron31Lv 61 decade ago
Guy: Rian. Girl: Riana.
Just keep it short and easy to remember and you'll be fine.
- 1 decade ago
How about Cgraticla or Neuvur?