Latin sounding names for an angel in a book?
My friend is writing a book and we are having trouble figuring out a name for the angel in it. He wants something in Latin or similar...He's blonde with blue eyes and is chiseled and has scars. He's a good angel. A warrior and a protector. His wings were ripped from him and such. We have somewhat of a list of words but we can't figure out what sounds decent and can be shortened as well. For example, Samael. It can be shortened to Sam but Samael is an angel of death. Which doesn't abide by the character. He doesn't want One that's been used in the bible or other ones from different religions or is super popular like Raphael, Ariel, Azazel, Michael etc. Suggestions please???
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
Altus -meaning high in Latin.
Patrick, some form of patronus (protector in Latin)
Tueor, Tuitus - both mean protect
Incid - fall into
Occider - a form of the word that means fall
Vix- Scarecly (off topic)
Miles - soldierSource(s): I take Latin and did a bit of research
- Anonymous7 years ago
Aloisius (or Aloysius) which is latin for famous warrior
Athanasius which is latin for immortal
Nicon which is latin for conquest and victory
Summanus which is Roman for nighttime
Theophylactus which is latin for god-guard
Ursinus which is latin for bear-like (the character sounds cute but with harsher features like a bear)
These are all I could find that fit what you needed, hope this helpedSource(s): 20000-Names