Names For My Book?!?!?!?

I am writing a book and i need first ad last names for vampires, werewolves, witches, and wizards something unique or with a meaning.

I tried to ask this before and people wouldnt even even give me a name so can i get some real help this time?

5 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Here are some names but i'm not sure which category to assign them to (vampire's, witches etc) but i hope they help!

    Male names:

    Azrael - (an angel of death)


    Eldritch - (means Strange or unearthly; eerie)

    Cloven - (means split)




    Gregorian - (a chant)


    Ziven - (means Vigorous, Alive)

    Seraph - (means angel)

    Female names:

    Elegia - (means 'to choose' i think)

    Lillith - (means 'of the night' also lilys are funeral flowers)

    Mercy - (a virtue)

    Ophelia - (tragic character in Hamlet)


    Poppy - (for remembrance)

    Malaise - (means a feeling of general discomfort or uneasiness)

    Akuma - (means devil. Could be male name also)

    Gethsemane - (the name of the garden where Jesus was arrested)


    How about 'Hiver' it means Winter in French


    Lament (an expression of grief or regret)



    Charnel (A repository for the bones or bodies of the dead)

    Thats all i can think of for now. I hope it helps!

  • L
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    well, i'm not very good with names either but i'll try to help as best as i can. i'm having the same trouble writing my book too. Coincidentally it's about magical things too. First and last names for a wizard? Um, I'm not giving away my names but try . For a witch;Emily Phoenix. Werewolf: Alexander Mensis. The word moon is a Germanic word, related to Latin mensis (month). Vampire: Edward Bold. (I know, it's not very creative, but it's an anagram of 'blood' minus one 'o'.)

    I hoped these helped, but I can't think of anymore names for each category. Sorry.

  • 1 decade ago

    go to google and type in top baby names. it normally has lists of names for almost of every year dating back to the 1900's. so if you want old names then that's a good place to look. you could try looking up medieval names also. or Renaissance. but if your looking for contemporary names i would just try the baby name sites. hope this helped =]

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You need to finish it first. Most writers don't title their books until they are finished or near publication.

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  • ?
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago







    Sorry i know this really bad but i didnt want you to get no answers at all.

    Sorry i couldnt be of moer help.

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