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15 Blood Elf Names With Meanings and Characters

by Aaron Finch

Blood elf names can be a difficult task, especially if you are trying to create a name that embodies what the character is like. 

The blood elf names on this list offer some of the best sadistic and darkly humorous occasions for inspiration without being too over-the-top, so check them out and find one that matches your character’s personality!

The wow blood elf names  listed here also carry with some deep meaning related to their personalities. 

Many of these names come from Tolkien’s Elvish language, so if you’re really into studying languages it might be worth looking into these!

15 Blood Elf Names With Meanings and About them : 

1. Daros –

Daros /ˈdarɒs/ “grief” or “terrible grief” is the name of a Valinor elf who escaped death by wrapping himself in the form of a storm and crashing into his own homeland of Cuiviénen. 

He was the father of Turgon.

2. Aldarion –

Aldarion /ˈældɑːriən/ “dream” is a Sindarin name for the character Tolkien made for himself, which meant “skillful mariner”. 

It was the name of a Númenórean prince who, with his wife Tar-Aldarion, ruled the realm of Númenor. He was a great seafarer and explorer. His son and successor Elros later became King, Lord of And Or in Middle-earth. 

3. Eledhwen –

Eledhwen /ˈeliːðəwən/ “blessed” or “in the name of the blessed” is a Valinor elf who escaped death by wrapping herself in the form of a flame and crashing into her own homeland of Cuiviénen. 

She was the mother of Turgon and Tuor. 

4. Lyfe –

Lyfe /ˈlaɪv/ “living” is another name Tolkien created for himself in Elvish, and it meant “life”. It appeared on his gravestone at Wolvercote Cemetery after his death. 

Tolkien’s first wife, Mabel, gave him this name as he wrote her a letter while he was sick and asked her to promise that she would not die until he did. 

5. Dorothie –

Dorothie /ˈdorəθiː/ “bright” is the Sindarin name for one of the Vanyar (elves) who were captured by Melko in Valinor.

 She was among those made to walk the Void, but she was not wholly aware of what she had become, and so she passed into shadow without knowing.

6. Drosin –

Drosin /ˈdroːsɪn/ “plague” is the Sindarin name for one of the Teleri (elves) who were captured by Melko in Valinor.

7. Nellas –

Nellas /ˈneɪləs/ is the Sindarin and Quenya name for one of the Teleri who were captured by Melko in Valinor. 

8. Earon –

Earon /ˈeərɔn/ “horse” is a Sindarin name for one of the Teleri who were captured by Melko in Valinor.

9. Gildor –

Gildor /ˈgɪldɔr/ “gold” is a Sindarin name for one of the Teleri who were captured by Melko in Valinor. 

He was among those made to walk the Void, but he was not wholly aware of what he had become, and so he passed into shadow without knowing. The Void turned him into a wolf, and his fate is unknown.

10. Elwë –

Elwë /ˈɛlwiː/ “silver-blade” is a Sindarin name for one of the Teleri who were captured by Melko in Valinor. 

11. Gollum –

Gollum /ˈgɔlm/ “slimy-slug” is a fictional character from the “Middle-earth” series created by J.R.R. Tolkien, and was an antagonist in “The Hobbit”.

 He had many names prior to being called Gollum by Bilbo Baggins, including Sméagol and TPrecious, but he preferred to be called Sméagol more than anything else, as he hated the name Gollum and became enraged when anyone used it. 

12. Lórië –

Lórië /ˈlɔriːiː/ “splendor” is a Sindarin name meaning “glory”. It was Tolkien’s personal name for his wife Edith.

13. Morwen –

Morwen /mɔːrˈwɛn/ means “daughter” in Sindarin, the language of Tolkien’s Middle Earth. She was the túna (wife) of Dior’s son Túrin, and after Túrin died she married Lord of Dor-lómin Hador, who later became King of Rohan.

14. Túrin –

Túrin /ˈtjʊɪrin/ “black sword”, is the name of a character in “The Lord of the Rings”. He was a Maia who was born in Valinor and adopted by the Sindar, but he left them when his father was captured by Melkor in the First Age. He became one of the Ring-bearers, and his fate after his return to Middle-earth is unknown. 

15. Urwen –

Urwen /ˈyːrwɛn/ means “queen” in Sindarin. 

She was the túna (wife) of Túrin, and after Túrin died she married the Lord of Dor-lómin Hador, who later became King of Rohan. Eventually she would become High Lady after Eärendil came to Valinor. This name was given to Tolkien’s daughter by his second wife, Edith Tolkien

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