of course, it is ever so mysteriously dark - or is it tragically mysterious or maybe darkly tragic?Saermegil said:I think its a very nice name
Thanks. I know you use "nice" as in "dark, mysterious and tragic"-nice
When I came on this forum two years ago, everyone was a "goody two shoes". No challenging names at all. I wasn't presumptious enough to go for Melkor or Morgoth or Sauron but... Grond (aka the Hammer of Hell, Mace of Melkor, Mallet of Malice, you get the picture) seemed "challenging" enough to get some feathers ruffled.Khôr’nagan said:I also think that it is a good name. As I've said ages ago, I also made my name up myself; My name is Adúnaic for "Lord of Death," the element khôr meaning "lord," the ’n meaning "of," and the last part agan meaning "death." Thus, Khôr’nagan.
I personally find making names a lot of fun. I have made other names, such as Míradul "Jewel of the Night" (for someone other than myself) and Narodur (short for Naromídur) "Flame in the Darkness." Other names I also have, but none are as good.
Same here.he is awesome-i agree and i really like how they've made it at the begining of the first movieKhôr’nagan said: