Looking for interesting baby names from The Witcher? We’ve got your back. Ivey and Perzian sat down and went through the entire character list of one of the most talked about book, games and Netflix series called The Witcher. In part one of this series we made a list with my favourite baby names from Skyrim. If you haven’t read it first, make sure to check it out!
Baby names from The Witcher for girls
Who: Nissa was an elven performer who was a part of the performing trio, The Puffins.
Origin: Nissa is of African origin, later used in Hebrew and Scandinavian.
Meaning: A remembered loved one, to test, friendly elf
Rank: Not listed in the top 1.000 most popular baby girl names.
Who: Cirilla Fiona Elen Riannon (better known as Ciri) is the sole princess of Cintra also known as the lion cub of Cintra, some call her the Ashen one.
Origin: Ciri is from Greek origin
Meaning: ladylike, lordly
Who: Hanna was the cheerful and beloved wife of a werewolf.
Origin: Hanna is of Hebrew origin.
Meaning: Goddess of Life.
Who: Keira Metz of Carreras was a sorceress and former advisor to King Foltest of Temeria.
Origin: Keira is of Irish origin.
Meaning: Little dark one, Dark-haired
Who: Molly was Baroness Maria Louisa La Valette’s maid, before quitting her job to marry her nephew.
Origin: Molly is of Hebrew origin.
Meaning: Rebellious, bitter
Baby names from The Witcher for boys
Who: Fabian Meyer was a woodworker in Novigrad, related to Gus Meyer (brother).
Origin: Fabian is of Latin origin.
Meaning: Bean grower
Who: Jonah was a peasant with blue eyes and dark hair, living in Blackbough, Velen.
Origin: Jonah is of Hebrew origin.
Who: Mikah was a peasant from White Orchard.
Origin: Mikah, derived from mikha’el, is of Hebrew origin (Micah – unisex name)
Meaning: Who is like the lord.
Who: Yaren was a Temerian man.
Origin: The origin derived from Persian یاران (yaran). The name is mostly used for girls and rarely for boys.
Meaning: “close friend”
Who: Caleb Menge was the commander of the Temple Guard and leader of the witch hunters for some time.
Origin: Most likely related to Hebrew. In the Old Testament Caleb is one of the twelve spies sent by Moses into Canaan. Of the Israelites who left Egypt with Moses, Caleb and Joshua were the only ones who lived to see the Promised Land.
Meaning: “dog” symbolising his devotion to God.
Here are some baby names from the Witcher that didn’t make the cut, but we definitely like them!
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source: behindthebabyname.com, witcher.fandom.com, babycenter.com