Choosing Elvish baby names is a fun way to express your love of the work of JRR Tolkien, who created the Elvish language for his book, The Lord of the Rings. You can also be assured your child will be the only one with that name in his class.
Tolkien names will spark some recognition in anyone who has seen the movie trilogy or read the books.You can also choose an Elvish name from another great fantasy work that you admire, or pick a name from an Elvish Web site. These exotic baby names are definite conversation starters. The only caveat to selecting an Elvish name is that some people may have trouble pronouncing it; in Elvish, the letter, C is a K sound.
Nature Elvish Baby Names
Most Elvish names have meanings rooted in nature. For example, Celeborn, a masculine name from The Lord of the Rings, has a translation of Silver Tree. Other male Elvish names include the following:
The following are some feminine Elvish baby names and their meanings.
Baby names that are exotic, hard to pronounce or simply unusual may be meaningful to parents, but they can cause problems for kids.
If you're interested in Native American baby names for your child, you'll need to do some research. Names in baby books may not be authentic, and some names can offend Native Americans.