210 Cool And Fantasy Edwardian Names

Edwardian names are a great way to help your child become more imaginative, and they can be used for gaming, story-making, social media and so much more.

They, however, are a big hassle to think up. Maybe it doesn’t bother you, but for others, it’s a time-consuming process they’d like to skip.

If you are looking for a edwardian name, it can be tough to find something unique. With that in mind, let’s look at some of the most popular edwardian names out there.

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These are the cool and catchy edwardian names:

Vivian Must

Ida Chapman

Acacia Wills

Hilda Wilkinson

Olwen Lipman

Rosella Addington

Eunice Bartlett

Adelaide Maddern

Peter Mulford

Sinclair Hall

Carrie Pardey

Madge Arnold

Jesse File

Austin Cole

Stewart Ragsdale

Nicholas Northway

Susan Hunt

Dudley Newman

Daniel Shaw

Lottie Magnus

Eunice Hermon

Flossie Arnold

Claud Davey

Adeline Covington

Elizabeth Searson

Nancy Freemantle

Beryl Allaway

Lottie Crayford

Nathan Fagg

Eleanor Crayford

Sophia Mulford

Dan Liddiard

Amos Freemantle

Hamilton Blaxland

Cecicia Fuchs

Alexina Janes

Naomi Harvey

Ivy Harrison

Gertrude Wheat

Ophelia Hougham

Alan Halfacre

Alec Page

Eric Nailer

Mark Gambrill

Mary Johns

Jean Udy

Herbert Mildenhall

Albert Hearson

Idalia Lawrence

Edwin Hills

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So, what is the best way to come up with new and cool fantasy names? There’s no easy answer, but here are some things to consider.

Look through some books.

Make up your edwardian names by yourself.

Use a name generator.

Think of words that go together.

Use the history of the kingdoms.

Use the geography of the kingdoms.

Use the weather of the kingdoms.

Use the legends of the kingdoms.

Make it all about yourself.

Check out these creative and cool edwardian names:

Rosie Holmes

Isabella Thompson

Dora Dupree

Sydney Dunnings

Christiana Strutton

Jasmine Bray

Percival Freemantle

Millicent Payne

Heulwen Levy

Margeret Cooper

Roderick Lawry

Dennis Brading

James Jellis

Linda Green

Hamilton Brakefield

Malcolm Angove

Guy Hamblin

Maurice Butler

Lionel Fossey

Fanny Towle

Myrtle Lawry

Harriett Dimmick

Anna Engel

Arthur Hamblin

Cissy Treadway

Clifford Hickling

Edgar Booth

Emily Voce

Nerissa Kitcher

Henrietta Fisher              

Edwardian names are a lot like fantasy worlds. They are filled with interesting places, adventures, and characters. So, they are naturally full of potential.

You might have heard many names that are already great. But how do you make a good edwardian name on your own? You brainstorm unless you fetch something you love.

These edwardian name ideas may help you brainstorm more:

Alfred Thompson

Archibald Eggleton

Letitia Murden

Joseph Scovell

Noel Brenchley

Herbert Page

Granville Blatherwick

Christopher Holdaway

Myra Young

Jemima Fulker

Lizzie Hicks

Ruth Quelch

Merlin Laity

Ella Hopewell

Luke Webb

Gertrude Hicks

Davina Mycroft

Iva Jackson

Elias File

Adela Blissett

May Course

Philip Fullagar

Iris Posner

Jane Williams

Austin Pembleton

Roderick Liddiard

Gwendoline Dimmick

Susan Eggleton

Lionel Quince

Ewdin Turney

If you are writing a fantasy story or science fiction, you will have to name your characters but also fantasize about organizations, religions, races, philosophies, planets, galaxies, nations, and just about anything else you invent!

I cannot fetch you all edwardian names to use in your story, but my little guide may help you naming ideas, characters, places, and concepts.

1. One of the good ways to name something is to simply change one or two letters of a real or known edwardian name to create something new which is still recognizable, simple, and memorable.

For example, Sarah could become Saral and so forth; the name Jonathan could be Jolothan.

Here are some edwardian names examples you can try to change on your own:

Elias Towle

Hubert Knight

Timothy Mills

Lillias Prior

Eurwen Ford

Nancy Allaway

Lachlan Goddard

Terence Tompkins

Anne Hopewell

Daisy Keeton

Lavender Tamblyn

Vernon Ewell

Ella Redgate

Israel Spanner

Heulwen Hallam

Mary Pratt

Ruth Breed

Edith Marsh

Ceridwen Lambourne

Anne Day

2. Most often fantasy names are usually deeply rooted in the culture and language they come from, like edwardian names.

For example, In Scottish, mac means “son of”. You may come up with some words that you use as prefix or suffix to convey some meaning and sprinkle it.

Check out these edwardian name and try to put some prefix or suffix with them:

Sinclair Brandom

Sydney Hyams

Merlin Stephens

Griffith Solomons

Cyril Chapman

Leslie Dunstan

Orchid Tregoning

Ben Whitcher

Harold Mellors

Job Rosier

Leonard Palmer

Godfrey Watts

Christopher Breed

Mark Spencer

Francis Giles

Cordelia Stevenson

Ann Morley

Violet Searson

Gwyneira Frid

Ava Hosking

3. Consider the prevailing beliefs; philosophical and religious beliefs of the character you are looking a name for.

For example, Christians name their kids after saints, as Paul and Mathew.

The following are some edwardian names to help you out:

Celia Emerton

Louise Eddy

Phyllis Quince

Katie Coast

Louise Fossey

Katherine Dimes

Magnus Roberts

Arthur Baker

Rhiannon Lemar

Nathaniel Rickman

Emlyn Sincock

Margeret Reddish

William Bennetts

Eleanor Miller

Gertrude Rosewall

Blodwen Rosenthal

Briallen Pemble

Lillias Outen

Susan Hickling

Ewen Durling

4. Robotic characters will not have names that are culturally related or derived.

They can be anything you choose to say, such as:

Priscilla Warren

Amelia James

Victoria Paling

Aaron Allaway

Christina Robinson

Johan Bowsher

Clarice Daykin

Euphemia Mellors

Ceridwen Woodley

Arabella Popkin

Janet Richens

Colin Stapleton

Campbell Mooring

Sylvia Johnson

Edith Cavalier

Aurelia Warren

Lewis Bray

Gwladys Cook

Ewdin Robinson

Victor Hawkins

5. If you are naming a place, rather than people, you should know that often places are named after people.

It is also common to name public buildings on the name of history heroes, people who made them, or some important personality who once visited them.

Below are some of the good edwardian names to quickly scroll through to get more ideas:

Angus Clark

Maude Lovejoy

Valentine Flinders

Rebecca Holdaway

Miriam Bertrand

Grace Tull

Jonathan West

Julia Prevost

Ilene Brightman

Jessamine Grundon

Acacia Blay

Paul Stickels

Godfrey Angove

Penelope Blissett

Joe Dunstan

Gwilym Bunker

Irene Angwin

Rhoda Rampton

Clara Lale

Roderick Marshall

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