We all know that choosing a name for your child can be difficult, especially when you want to choose something distinctly different from the majority.
About Mirialan Name Generator
We all know that choosing a name for your child can be difficult, especially when you want to choose something distinctly different from the majority. Whether you are looking for an Arabic, Persian or Indian baby name and don’t want to settle on just one of the many variations, or if you are looking for a more traditional Western sounding moniker – this generator is perfect for you! This generator will list out 50 names with origins in a wide range of cultures and traditions; there is bound to be one that will suit your needs perfectly. And as always, feel free to share any thoughts or questions in the comments below!
Mirialan names are popping up more and more in the galaxy these days. I bet you’re curious about where they come from! Read on to find out all about what goes into a Mirialan name like mine, Yerka. The first part of any Mirialan’s name is their given name, followed by their clan’s surname. The surnames are usually only one or two syllables long and end in either a vowel sound or “n”. You can see an example of this with my full name: Yerka T’Lalak (Yerka means “to be strong” and T’Lalak means “true path”). Some clans also have prefixes that