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8bit

Byte

Eight Bit makes one Byte :)

Abominable

Mammott

My Singing Monsters game by Big Blue Bubble

Aboriginal

Uluru

Ayer's Rock in the languange of the local Aborigines

Abyss

Tehom

Hebrew, the first deep that was there before creation

Acrobat

Liberty

unchanged

Adventure

Aventuro

Italian for adventure

Aether

Akasha, Aleph

5th element in Hinduism, math term for infinite numbers

Air

Spira

unchanged

Aladdin

Al

Call me Al :D

Alpine

Jodel

traditional alpine music

Ambassador

Diplomat

Amethyst

Qu

unchanged

Amphora

Pelike

special form of amphoras

Anemone

Monie

Anubis

Ankh

symbol of life/afterlife; tattoo on the dragon

Aphrodite

Venus

Latin name for the same goddess, since Aphrodite has too many letters...

Apollo

Apollo

no need to give a God another name

Apprentice

Wolfgang

The Sorcerer's Apprentice, ballad by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, made very popular by Disney's Fantasia movie where Mickey Mouse plays the Apprentice.

Arbiter

Iustus

Latin for fair - what you hope for an arbiter to be. :)

Archangel

Gabriel

Archon

Force

Star Wars

Ares

Ares

no need to give a God another name

Artemis

Artemis

Greek moon/hunting godess

Astro

Voyager

Voyager 1 Space probe, still on it's way into deep space

Astromancer

Culet

unchanged; means protective flat facet on the bottom of a brilliant cut diamond (wow, I learned something!)

Athena

Athena

no need to give a God another name

Athletic

Champ

that's what he is!

Atlantis

Nöck, Aquarius, Tiamat

German water spirit, also called "Wassermann", meaning man from the water. Wassermann also is the German term for the Aquarius zodiac sign. Tiamat (unchanged) is the Babylonian goddess of salt water.

Aurora

Aurora, Borea, Veila

Aurora = Roman goddess of sunrise; Boreas = Greek deity of the north wind; Veila = from veil, the colorful curtains of the northern lights

Autumn

October

Avalanche

Snowroar

Award

Oscar

too obvious ;)

Azurite

Oceanus

Greek God; origin of all waters; all-surrounding ocean

Balloon

Blooon

silly name for a silly dragon

Ballot

Duality

since there are always at least two sides to a coin

Banshee

Nightcry

Basilisk

Jesses

From the Suabian exclamation "Jesses Gott!", meaning "oh my God!", but Jesses also means Jesus.  Basilisks are also called Jesus lizards, because they can run on the water.

Bat

Bruce

Batman aka Bruce Wayne

Beaded

Perlita

Perle = bead or pearl in German

Beast

Prince

revealing his true being

Beastmaster

Dar

hero from The Beastmaster movie

Bedrock

Rocky

Bengal

Tigress

Kung Fu Panda

Big Bad

Charming

unchanged, because so beautifully ironic

Black Ice

Verglas

French word for black ice

Black Rose

Negrita

negro = Spanish for black

Black Swan

Darkwing

Disney's Darkwing Duck series

Bliss

Neema, Joy

Swahili word for bliss

Blizzard

various

unchanged

Blue Moon

Luna

Roman goddess of the moon

Blue Peacock

Azura

the color blue

Blue Tang

Dorie

Hard to name her NOT like this. :D

Bountiful

Gourdon

because it looks like a gourd

Brazil

Defense

football position

Bride of Franken

Amalia

appears as bride of "Buali" in a very black humorous song from the Austrian band EAV

Bright Phoenix

Benu

Old Egyptian god of death and rebirth

Bubble

Pustefix

German company that makes soap bubble blowers for kids

Bubble Gum

Wrigley

chewing gum company

Butterfly

Henry, Richard

names of medieval kings

Cactus

Opuntia, Cereus, Espostoa

Latin names for different cactus species

Candy Cane

Sticky

a candy cane is sticky, and it is also a stick.

Candy Corn

Sweetie

Carnival

Samba

Most popoular dance rhythm during the Rio carnival

Carousel

Joyride

Cave

Fred

The Flintstones

Celestial

Starwing, Stella, Lil'Star

Celtic

Paddy

Nickname for Irish people, also a popular whisky brand

Chameleon

Furcifer

Latin species name for giant chameleon (Furcifer oustaleti)

Chandelier

Sia

Singer, having a song about swinging from the chandelier

Charm

Bella

Cherry Blossom

Sakura

Japanese word and festival of Cherry Blossoms

Cheshire

Smiley

obvious

Chimera

Hiss

Sir Hiss, the snake king from Disney's Robin Hood

Christmas Tree

Sapin

French "sapin de noel", meaning Christmas tree

Clockwork

Tinman

Wizard of Oz

Cloud

Cumulus

meteorologic term for fluffy white clouds

Clown

Pippo

childen's book by Irina Korschunow

Clownfish

Nemo

well, it's hard NOT to name this one like that... :D

Colossal

Draco

after the dragon from the 1996 movie Dragonheart.

Contender

Pete

from competing

Coral

Reef

Comet

Halley

Halley's comet; dragon's description

Comic

Marvel

Home of many superhero comics

Cornucopia

Banana

the dragon itself inspired me

Cosmic

Sagan, Hawking, Asimov

unchanged - cool names!

Cosmos

Galax

Cotton Candy

Manna

I always imagined the heavenly food to be like this... :)

Creation

Alpha

first letter in the Greek alphabet, commonly also meaning "the first, the beginning"

Crystal

Hexagon

because of the hexagonal symmetry in the quartz crystals

Curio

Twist

unchanged

Cursed Idol

Iconia

Cursed Rose

Rosario

Dame of Darkness

Umbra

Umbra (lat.) = shadow

Dark Crystal

Morione

Italian term for almost black smoky quartz

Dark Phoenix

Starfire

Dawntree

Quercus, Acorn

Latin species name for oak

Deep

Fhtagn

H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos

Diamond

Paragon, Carat, Clarity, Hedra, Spectra, Lucy, Lustra

unchanged

Dino

Zorda

unchanged

Dionysus

Dionysus

no need to give a God another name

Disco

Reflecta

because of the reflective scales

Double Rainbow

Colors

Rainbow, show me your colors... Song from 77 Bombay Street

Dracula

Vlad

Vlad III Tepes, Voivode of Wallachia, aka Vlad Draculea, later termed Vlad the Impaler, Stoker's inspiration for Dracula

Drama

Thalia

Greek muse of comedy

Dream

Träumer

German for Dreamer

Dreamweaver

Somnia

Somnium, Latin for dream, sleep

Druid

Panor

Asterix comics, Panoramix the druid

Dueler

Hector

unchanged

Eagle

Goldbeak

Earth

Crag

unchanged

Easter Egg

Calimero

animated TV series I watched as a kid about a black chick that wears an eggshell on its head.

Elder

Granpa

Elements

Harmony

Elf

Buddy

from the 2003 movie Elf

Emerald

Esme

short for Esmerelda

Explorer

Indie

Indiana Jones

Fairy

Papilio; Flutter

Latin species name (papilio machaon)

Fairytale

Maude

the name just felt right; "Made" in German means maggot, probably that's why.

Familiar

Garfield, Nermal

Garfield comics

Festive Light

Merry

Fire

Tinder, Char

unchanged

Fireflash

Sprinter

dragon's description

Fire Giant

Surtur

fire giant from the nordic mythology; also nicely adapted by Marvel

Fire Opal

Jalisco, Hidalgo

Mexican states where fire opals can be found

Fireflower

Fyre, Spark, Blast

Can't start a fire without a spark :D (Bruce Springsteen)

Firemane

Lion

Cowardly Lion from Wizard of Oz

Firestorm

Inferno

unchanged

Fireworks

Piffpaff, Knaller

sound of exploding fireworks in German; Knaller is the German word for banger

Flower

Flora

Roman goddess of flowers

Flower Power

Hippie

(too) obvious :)

Fluffy

Feathers, Duna

Fog

Obscuro

Latin = dark, unclear

Forest

Satyr

unchanged

Forestfire

Smokey

Fortune

Rosmerta

Fossil

Link

unchanged

Four-Leaf

Lucky

Franken

Buali

Austrian for "little boy" - from a very black humorous song by EAV

Freedom

Freiheit

German for freedom

Frostbite

Blacktip

That's what you get from severe frostbite

Fruitful

Papple

Minions, banana short movie

Fuzzy

Wooly

Gaia

Odette

Odem, breath of life

Galaxy

Spiral

Gargoyle

Goliath

Disney's Gargoyles

Garnet

Rosso

Italian for red

Gatekeeper

Zuul

Ghostbusters,  gatekeeper demon

Gemstone

Glimmer

Genie

Wonk

unchanged

Geode

Krystal

Germany

Storm

football position

Ghost Armor

Hollow

because it's hollow; Sleepy Hollow horror movie

Glacius

Glacius

Glass

Tiffany

Louis Comfort Tiffany, I love the stained glass lamps...

Glitter

Sparkle

Goblin

Gobber

Godmother

Auntie

In German, the godmother would be "Patentante", and Tante means aunt.

Griffin

Gryff

Vogel Gryff, a heraldic figure from Basel

Groom

James

reminds me of James Bond

Gummy

Trolli

German sweets company

Hanukkah

Menorah

Jewish seven-armed candle holder

Harvest

Grano Italian for grain

Healer

Connor

one of my pen&paper characters

Hercules

Hercules

no need to give a God another name

Hermes

Hermes

no need to give a God another name

Hermit

Herman

Herman's Hermits, British beat band from the sixties

Hibiscus

Tahiti

the women there traditionally wear them in their hair

Hidden Gem

Altus

Latin for hidden

Hippogriff

Buckbeak

Harry Potter's Hippogriff

Honeybee

Brummsel, Summ, Brumm

Humming sounds that flying bees make (in German)

Horizon

Hugin

one of Odin's ravens that were flying through the worlds and gathering information

Hunter

Plantera

Fusion of plant and panthera - had to drop the h...

Hypnotic

Glotzl

"glotzen" is a German derogative slang word for staring, and Glotzl is a pseudo-Bavarian noun from this.

Ice Age

Tundra

unchanged

Ice Cream

Bouboule

French; boule means scoop or ball; bouboule also means fat boy.

Icecrown

Corona

corona (lat.) = crown; also a popular Mexican beer ;)

Icicle

Glaciell

Idol

Tlaloc

Aztec weather god

Illusion

Amorpho

amorph means to have no fixed shape

Illusionist

Houdini

Harry Houdini, famous stage magician

Immovable

Rigido

Rigidus (lat.) = immovable

Independence

Torch

unchanged - fitting since the Statue of Liberty carries one.

Intricate Egg

Pisanka, Jajo

Pisanka, Polish for easter egg. The tradition of the intricate paintings is very popular there. Jajo, Polish for egg.

Iridescent

Moody, Blues

dragon's description - together also a rock band

Iris

Iris

no need to give a God another name

Ironbark

Rusty

dragon's looks; knew a dog named Rusty, and he barked a lot.

Island

Fidji

Ivory

Tusk

Jack O'

Jack

Jack Skellington, character from Nightmare Before Christmas

Jade

Yu

Chinese word for Jade

Jack

Jakob

Full name for Jack

Jasmine

Fragrara

Latin for "smelling pleasant"

Jewelry

Precious

myyyyy prrresciousssss... :D

Jigsaw

Puzzle

Justice

Judith

no specific reason

Kaboom

Bob

Despicable Me movie, name of one of the minions, because the goggles and the face just remind me of him

Kabuki

Okuni

after Izumo no Okuni, the originator of the Kabuki theatre

Killerwhale

Willy

Free Willy movie

King

Charles

Kitsune

Kitaki

from Kita Kitsune, the Japanese northern fox

Knightmare

Insomnus

Insomnia = Sleeplessness; also a horror story by Stephen King

Kung-Fu

Shaolin

Lacewing

Ragusa

form of lace used in the baroque

Ladybug

Chäferli

Swiss for "little bug"

Landworm

Tunnel, Digger, Drill

Laserlight

Neon

common inert gas used in gas phase lasers

LeftHeart

Valentin

Leo

Kimba

Kimba the white lion, one of my favorite audio records as a kid - just learned now through wikipedia that it is originally a japanese anime... :D

Leopard

Leonie

popular girl's name in Germany

Leprechaun

O'Malley

old Irish clan name. Also the red tomcat from Disney's Aristocats.

Life

Vita

Latin for Life

Light

Ray

ray of light

Lighthouse

Beacon

Lightmare

Kalliope

Greek muse of poetry, science and philosophy

Lightning

Flash

...aaah-aaah - savior of the universe! Queen song

Lily

Lys

French royal lily, "Fleur de Lys"

Loch Ness

Undine

mythical water nymph

Lollipop

Chupa

Chupa Chups, most common lollipop brand in Europe

Lord of Light

Clarus

Latin for bright

Lorekeeper

Scroll

Lost Bones

Claw

Lotus

Zen

Love

Elvis

because of the "hair" - or whatever that red thing on the epic form's head is...

Lovebird

Agapo

Latin species name (shortened) Agapornus, from agape = I love, and ornus = bird; is it an incident that together there appears porn? :D

Lovelight

Romantic

Lover's Tree

Hearty

Luck

Luke

Lucky Luke comics

Lunar Horse

Racer, Speedy

dragon's description

Lunar Ram

Ramalama

Ding-Dong! song from The Edsels

Macaw

Jago; Coco

Disney's Aladdin, Djafar's little helper; Coco seems to be a popular name for parrots in Germany

Mad Scientist

Chesh

unchanged; slang word for sly, evilish grin (cheshire cat-style) - wow, I learn quite a bit through dragon names and google :D

Mage

Mabruk

The Last Unicorn movie, the magician serving at king Haggard's court before Schmendrick; known also as the "magician of magicians"

Magic

Puff; Anansi

Puff the magic dragon lives by the sea... Song by Peter Paul & Mary;  Anansi: African trickster God, depicted as a spider

Magma

Heatcore

Magic Lamp

Genie

The real genie from the magic lamp!

Malachite

Chrysos

From chrysocoll, a glue for gold made from malachite

Manticore

Growl

Maple

Samara

word for the maple seed

Marble

Caius

main character from Henry Winterfeld's book "Detectives in Togas"

March Mayhem

Center

Position in basketball

Mardi Gras

Elton

From Elton John's appearance in the Muppet show where he wears a similar outfit

Marshmallow

Mellow

Mellow Yellow, song by Donovan

May

Beltane

Irish festival held at 1st of May to celebrate the beginning of summer

Meadow

Fluffy

Because it's sooo FLUFFY! (Despicable Me, Agnes and the unicorn)

Melody

Sylvea

adapted from the Pokemon Sylveon

Mercury

Freddie

Singer of the rock band Queen

Mermaid

Arielle

Disney movie

Metal

Steel

Meteor

Crash

Midnight

Moonsong

inspired by the dragon's description

Mindvolt

Sparky

Mirage

Fatamor, Tamorga

Fata Morgana, Fata Morgana - commonly used term for mirages in German; actually from Italian, referring to Morgana le Fey from the King Arthur legend.

Mischief

Pranky

Mist

Cirrus, Stratus, Haze

Cirrus  = meteorologic term for thin, veil-like clouds; Stratus = fog-like cloud that often releases moisture in form of drizzle

Mistletoe

Kissy

since she's inducing kissing...

Mistmoth

Mystique, Secret, Riddle

Monsoon

Tokio

the band Tokio Hotel who had the hit song Monsoon

Moon

Mani, Chandra, Mawu

Mani: Nordic god of the moon, guiding the moon cart across the sky; Chandra: Hindu moon god, Mawu = African moon goddess

Moonglow

Lune

French for moon

Moonlight

Selenus

from the Greek moon goddess Selene, masculinized

Mummy

Mumm-Ra

ThunderCats antagonist

Music

Falala

Mythic

Asterios, Minos

Asterios was the name of the Minotaurus, Minos was the king whose wife gave birth to the monster after mating with a bull...  - the legend is quite interesting.

Naga

Shesha

Indian holy snake who supports the world

Never Ending

Fuchur

German (and original) name of Falcor

Night

Lilith, Notte

unchanged; Italian word for night

Night Elf

Drizzt

Drizzt Do'Urden, night elf hero from R.A. Salvatores novels

Night Imp

Tricky

Nightlight

Phospho

from phosphorescence, the glow-in-the-dark effect

Northstar

Twinkle

..., twinkle, little star... give me many golden bars :D

Northwest

Haida

one of the most artistic tribes of the Native Americans along the Northwest Pacific coast.

Nouveau

Orsaya

from the Musée d'Orsay, a wonderful museum in Paris, dedicated to Art Nouveau

Nutcracker

Wally

because we use it mainly to open walnuts

Nyx

Nyx

no need to give a God another name

Obsidian

Soot, Coal

Old Trinket

Nippes

German word for useless decoration objects, dust collectors

Olympus

Leonidas

unchanged

Onyx

Hypnos

Greek god of sleep

Opal

Deepfire

Oracle

Pythia

The priestess at the oracle of Delphi

Origami

Crinkle

Overgrowth

Sphagnum

species of moss

Owl

Schuhu, Bubo, Errol

German word for the owl call; Latin species name (bubo bubo); Errol, the old Weasley's family owl from Harry Potter

Papa

Peter

my dad's name

Paradise

Eden

Parakeet

Rio, Janeiro

Passion

Adonis

unchanged

Past

Memory

Patchwork

Quilt

Peace

Pax, Romana

(no, I mean NOT the wardrobe from Ikea! :D) Pax Romana is a period of peace in the Roman era under the emperor Augustus' reign.

Peacock

Vanity, Fair

magazine

Pearl

Nacrea

Nacre = mother-of-pearl, nacreous = the shimmer of pearls

Pegasus

Hyperion

name of a blue horse in one of my favourite children's books from James Krüss, "Das kleine Mädchen und das blaue Pferd".

Penguin

Ping

character from Max Kruse's book "Urmel aus dem Eis"

Penumbra

Nocturna

nocturnis - at night, night-dwelling

Phantom

Claudio

Pharao

Ramses

Phase

Switcher

Phoenix

Fawkes

Harry Potter

Picnic

Yummy

Pinata

Burro

burro (span.) = donkey; most popular form for pinatas

Pirate

Sparrow

Jack Sparrow, from Pirates of the Carribean

Pixie

Tinker

Tinker Bell from Peter Pan

Planet

Jupiter, Mars

Plasma

Elfield

from electric field - that's what causes the lightnings...

Platinum

Penny

Playful

Kid

He's just a bit overgrown. :)

Plum Blossom

Prunella

Prunus = Latin for plum

Poinsettia

Christl

the plant is called Christrose in German, and Christl would be Bavarian for Christine

Poison

Fang

Pokey

Hokey

too obvious

Polar

Lars

Main character from Der Kleine Eisbär, popular children's books by Hans de Beer

Porcelain

China, Villeroy

Villeroy & Boch

Portal

Vortex

Poseidon

Poseidon

no need to give a God another name

Pot of Gold

Kettle

Present

Today

Pride

Huey

because he combines every hue of color in his wings, and Hue was his birth name

Prime Arcane

Simbolo

Italian for symbol

Prime Life

Samsara

Hindu mythology, the circle of birth, life and death

Prime Magic

Asha

Might & Magic, Primordial dragon of order

Pterodactyl

Petrie

A Land Before Time movie

Puffer

Sphero

spheroid = round object

Pumpkin

Bumpy

Pyramid

Hatshepsut

unchanged

Queen

Victoria

Quartz

Silicia

from silicon oxide, the chemical elements quartz is made of.

Radioactive

Radium

Rainbow

Bifröst, Spectra

the rainbow bridge to Valhalla; in a rainbow you see the spectrum of visible light

Rainbow Rose

Bette

in honor of Bette Midler, composer of the beautiful ballad "The Rose". "Just remember in the winter Far beneath the bitter snows Lies the seed that with the sun's love In the spring becomes the rose"

Rapunzel

Valerie

Latin name of the plant Rapunzel, Valerianella

Red Queen

Annabell

Red Rose

Rosalita

Rhyme

Wuschel

wuschelig is German and means fluffy or curly

RightHeart

Valentia

Rising Sun

Hinomaru

name for Japanese Flag, meaning "circle of the sun"

Rose

Roselyn, Rosie

Royal

Louis

Louis XIV, the "sun king"

Ruby

Serah

unchanged

Rune

Scribble

Sabretooth

Fluffles

Sandstorm

Chamsin

Arabic word for sandstorm

Sapphire

Sappho

Greek lyric poet

Sasquatch

Bubba

unchanged

Scarab

Cheper

Scarab-headed Egyptian god of the dawn and the rising sun

Scarecrow

Crook

Scorpion

Sting, Whip

Scylla

Scylla

no need to give a God another name

Seabreeze

Spray, Salty

Seastar

Asteros

Asteroidea, the phylum of seastars

Seer

Prolix

Asterix comic "the Seer"

Sea

Shalassa

Might & Magic, the elemental dragon of Water

Seafarer

Nemo, Ahab

Captain of the Nautilus, from Jules Verne's novel 20'000 leagues under the sea; captain Ahab, hunter of Moby Dick

Serpent

Amaru

Inca mythology, giant serpent, symbol of wisdom and knowledge

Shadow

Tenebros

Latin for darkness

Shamrock

Trifolia

tri (lat.) = three; folia (lat.) = leaves

Silver Screen

Chaplin

Charlie Chaplin, one of my black and white movie heroes

Sky

Ylath

Might & Magic, the elemental dragon of Air

Sky Giant

Gurie

name of the BFG in German - Guter Riese, meaning friendly giant.

Skyshatter

Cassiel

Casser le ciel = French for "breaking the sky"

Skysurfer

Delta

Delta glider

Slumber

Snorky

I'm sure he snores :)

Smoke

Caligo

Latin for smoke; also means darkness or sadness.

Snap

Lionmaw

translation of the German name for the flower (Löwenmaul, Löwenmäulchen)

Snowangel

Angelica

Snow Owl

Hedwig, Snowball

Harry Potter's snowy owl

Snowfall

Silencia

the sound of falling snow

Snowflake

Unico

from unique

Snowman

Frosty, Olaf

popular song; Frozen Disney movie

Snowmelt

Dribble

that's what melting snow does...

Soccer

Midfield

football position

Social

Hola, Bonjour, Servus

Spanish/French/Austrian greeting

Solar

Sunfire, Sunstorm

Sorcerer

Witcher

Sorceress

Morgaine

Morgan le Fey, sorceress in the legends of king Arthur

Soul

Anima, Dusza

soul in Italian and Polish

Soulmate

Bicepha

Latin, meaning "double-headed"

Space

Universo

Sparkler

Fünkchen

German for "little spark"

Sphinx

Giza, Bastet

the largest city in Egypt where also the Great Sphinx is located, Bastet, lion- or cat-headed Goddess of love and fertility

Spicy

Habanero

one of the hottest varieties of chili peppers

Spider

Thekla

spider from Maya the bee

Spirit Queen

Sylvanas

World of Warcraft, Sylvanas Windrunner

Spirit Warrior

Kujaku

Main character from the Spirit Warrior manga series by Makoto Ogino

Splatter

Blotch

Spring

Zephyr

Greek deity of the friendly western wind, forebearer of spring

Stalactite

Pollux

Greek mythologial twins

Stalagmite

Castor

Twin of Stalactite

Stalwart

Aigis

Greek mythology, shield of Athena or Zeus, imbued with the power to strike lightning

Stainglass

Vitro

Italian for glass

Stardust

Nebula

Starlight

Gilith

Sindarin word for Starlight

Starry Night

Vincent

Vincent van Gogh, creator of namesake painting

Steel Samurai

Hanzo

Hattori Hanzo, famous samurai and ninja

Stone

Carrara

famous marble quarry in Italy

Storm

Thunder

Thunderstorm...

St. Patrick's

Padraig

Gaelic/Irish version of Patrick

Sugar Plum

Olga

Olga Preobrajenska, Russian ballerina who performed as the Sugar Plum Fairy in the first show of The Nutcracker ballet.

Sultana

Yasemin

Summer Solstice

Kupala

Slavic ritual of fertility and purification held on summer solstice; also the name for the bonfires lit during this festival.

Sunbeam

Raya

Rayo (Span.) = sunbeam; but she's female for sure. :) Also name of one of my friend's daughters.

Sunblaze

Dazzle

Sunflower

Helianta

from the species name Helianthus Anuus

Sunlight

Soleil

French for sun

Sunrise

Eos

Greek goddess of dawn

Sunset

Rayleigh

John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh, English physicist and Nobel prize winner, discovered the elastic scattering of light, which is the reason for the sky being blue and the beautiful colors of sunset.

Sunshine

Solaris

movie; Latin, meaning "from the sun"

Sunshower

April

the month where this dragon's favorite weather is most frequent

Sunstone

Oregon

Sunstone is the state gemstone of Oregon

Super

Kal-El, Kal-Le

Kal-El is Superman's real name; and Kalle is another form of Karl.

Supernova

Kepler

Johannes Kepler, German mathematician and astronomer who whitnessed and described one of the three proven supernovae in our galaxy, also known as Kepler's Star.

Supersonic

Boom

Sonic Boom, shockwave created by objects travelling faster than sound

Supreme

Patronus

patronus (lat.) = guardian; dragon's description

Surprise

Tadaa

What you would scream when you pop out of a giant cake.

Swan

Cygnus

Latin species name and name of the constellation

Sweater

Silly

because he looks like

Sweet Tooth

Sugar

Tanuki

Rascal

Teddy

Toddel

A good night story from my early childhood about a teddy bear that learns to walk and then gets lost in a big city.

Thai

Siam

old name of Thailand

Thanksgiving

Pilgrim

The Pilgrim Fathers first celebrated Thanksgiving.

Three Kings

Melcazar

MELchior, CAspar, BalthaZAR

Thunderstorm

Triumph

my partner's motorbike, a Triumph Thunderbird Storm

Tigerfly

ShirKhan

Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling

Tiger's Eye

Mewtu

Pokemon, Mew & Mewtu, because Topas is Mew

Time Travel

Warp

Time Warp, song from Rocky Horror Picture Show

Tiny

Mini, Micro

Titan

Elliot

the dragon from Pete's Dragon movie

Topaz

Mew

Pokemon

Torchlight

Flicker

Tree Frog

Ribbit

Triceratops

Cera

From A Land Before Time movie

Trick or Treat

Sweet

Trickster

Nzambi

unchanged; African creator god

Tricorn

Cornetto

Italian for "little horn". Also the name of a popular ice cream cone in Germany

Troll

Ghorghor

Ghorghor Bey, character from the Black Moon Chronicles comics by Ledroit

Tropic

Ahi, Kamaaina, Kumu

unchanged; Ahi = endogenous tribe from Papua; Kama'aina is Hawaiian and means "child of the land" Kumu = teacher in Hawaiian

Truffle

Cailler

Swiss chocolate company - the best chocolate in the world!

Tsunami

Aazhi

from the Indian word for seismic seawaves, aazhi peralai

Twilight

Chaska

Inka goddess Ch'aska Quyllur, goddess of dawn, twilight and flowers, protector of virgins and young girls

USA

Keeper

football position

Valiant

Audax

Latin for bold or daring

Venetian

Donna

Venomous

Nagini

Harry Potter, Voldemort's snake

Viking

Blauzahn

Harald Blauzahn ("bluetooth"), Danish king and famous leader of the Vikings

Virtue

Kimbra

unchanged

Warrior Prince

Lancelot

unchanged

Warrior Princess

Thaerlyn

from my Exalted pen&paper roleplaying character Thalia Y'Thaerlyn, a princess of a woodland kingdom that was a Solar Exalted of the Dawn.

Water

Diver

Waterfall

Rausch

"rauschen" is the German word for the waterfall sound; "Rausch" means also the state of being drunk or drugged or very excited; also there is the nonens quote "je rausch der Bach, desto wass der Fall" - the more the brook rushes, the more water is falling, sort of...

Watermelon

Pasteque

French word for watermelon

Waverider

Surfer

White Gold

Goldie

White Ninja

Hattori

Hattori Hanzo, famous samurai and ninja

White Rose

Bianca

Wild

Oscar, Wylde

Oscar Wilde

Wildflower

Weed

Winter

Frost

Winter Games

Sotschi

the location in Russia where the olympic winter games took place

Winter Rose

Frozen, Ice

Winter Solstice

Koliada

Slavic pagan festival held around winter solstice, later incorporated into Christmas

Wisp

Float

Wizard

Merlin

Wooden

Timber

Wraith

Spooky

Yeti

Harry

unchanged

Zeus

Zeus

no need to give a God another name

Zephyr

Gustl

gust of wind; Bavarian nickname for Gustav

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