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Mwah ha ha.....

Mwah ha ha, the Shadow Knows....(a name generator)
Created by treebranch1

Title: Mwah ha ha, the Shadow Knows...(a name generator)
Descriptor:
For the individual who is involved in or characteristic of mystery, intrigue, or espionage,
a combination which when literally translated, the first name means 'cloak' and the surname means 'dagger.'
Button: nomen

Results: 109,512

Format:
first name (cloak word) + last name (dagger word) + generational suffix


Was in the works for a couple months, minimum.
Because it took simple clerical methodical effort. Pecking away at it.

Look up a word,copy and enter it in the generatorland slot, preview,
copy & paste back in the draft, in a list. Alphabetically....

Alphabetically, because that way I can locate a particular name easily.

Running it through generatorland is so that I don't have to hunt
up special accent marks. Like the ones in these names>>>
Çarşaf, Dishdāshah, Gabán, Kantuš........


Maybe doesn't need to have "(a name generator)" as part of the title.

Today I learned [momentarily, anyway] that "generational suffix" is the
term for stuff like "Jr., Sr., the 3rd, IV"......

This is an "easy" way to form names, but time consuming, as far as
gathering the words. The "hard" part is having the idea in the first place,
of what concept to convey within the *secret* method (using words
from other languages.)

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