Hi, I’m Jill and I love cats. You might know that Khajiit in the Elder Scrolls games are a race of intelligent feline people who hail from Elsweyr. The Khajiit share their homeland with other cat-like creatures like Suthay-raht, Alfiq, and Raggs. But what does this have to do with you? Well if you’re looking for inspiration on how to name your new kitten then look no further!
This blog post is all about 8 counterintuitive tips that will help you out when it comes time to give your new friend an identity (or nickname). If these tips don’t work for you or if they don’t seem creative enough, just remember to get creative and think outside the box.
This blog post is a great resource for those who are looking to create new Khajiit names, Elder Scrolls fans, cat lovers, or people who just want a more interesting name than Fluffy!
Counterintuitive Tips for Crushing Your Khajiit Names Goals:
Tip #01: Get Creative with Cat Words Sometimes getting inspiration from another word that starts with “cat” can be good. If you’re struggling finding something specific then try switching your thinking around and find words that start with “Cat” instead of trying to go through every letter in the alphabet (A-Z). There’s no shortage of these lists online so there should be plenty of choices available if you search hard enough!
Tip #02: Look at Other Languages One way to get inspired is to look at other languages. For example, if you can’t think of a word that starts with “noon” try looking up words in another language like French or Latin and see what they mean!
Tip #03: Contribute Your Name The Elder Scrolls Wikia has an extensive list of Khajiit names . If you have any questions about how the name should be spelled then contributors will help out as much as possible. This might take some time but it’s worth doing because your contribution could potentially inspire someone else who may need more ideas for their own name.
Tip #04: Think About What You Like One way to get creative when naming cats is by thinking about something that stands out from them – perhaps their markings such as a bright green eye.
Tip #05: Think About What You Hate Another way to get creative when naming cats is by thinking about something that stands out from them – perhaps their markings such as a large gap in the teeth.
Tip #06: Look at Your Cat’s Personality It may seem like it doesn’t matter what you call your cat, but if they’re an especially stubborn creature then calling him “Charlie” might not be the best idea! Instead, try and match up his personality with names that correspond with how he acts so that you can both live happily ever after together :)
Tip #07: Add Emojis Adding emoticons or emojis to your name will make it even more unique! For example, an emoji of a cat riding on the back of an alligator might be perfect for your speedy feline!
Tip #08: Use Exotic Words If you’re going to name your little bundle of joy some new, exotic words like “Ogden” or “Zahara,” then it may help if you take time to explore that language beforehand. You can find helpful guides online with translations and meanings from other languages so that these names don’t end up being tongue twisters because they sound similar in English but mean something else entirely in another language :)
Tip #09: Be Creative with Your Cat’s Name The possibilities are endless when naming cats – there’s no right or wrong way! Experimenting is always encouraged as long as you’re not trying to name your cat something already taken by another, more famous cat.
Keep it Short and Sweet
Be Unique When in Doubt Stick with names that are unique and descriptive – this will help you find one in the end! You don’t want a cat named Meow Mix when there’s hundreds of other cats called the same thing ;)
Khajiit names are usually based on a letter from the Khajiiti alphabet and a word that starts with said letter.
Create more than one name option for your character by using different combinations of letters and words, like “Khashru” or “Ashaal.” Keep in mind there are 18 available letters to choose from!
Use an online translator site (such as Google Translate) to get creative with other languages’ alphabets. Use these to find inspiration for new options! For example: ‘Furadan,’ which translates to “Fox Lover,” could become an appropriate cat name idea because it’s got some nice rhyming potential. It also sounds quite noble, if you ask us.
If you’re looking to make fun of your character, come up with a name that’s related to something embarrassing or unflattering about them! For example: “Najiit,” which translates as ‘someone who is not wise.’ The word can also be used an adjective meaning ‘simple,’ so it would suit a clumsy or prejudiced cat very well indeed.
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There are a million different reasons why you might need to come up with a Khajiti name, be it because of an RPG character or otherwise, but whatever reason you’re looking for we’ve got some tips that should really help you out! Below is our list of counterintuitive pointers on how to get creative with cat words – hope they serve as useful inspiration!
Knowing what makes your feline spirit tick will make coming up with names rather easy when it comes time to create them. Whether it’s the way they hunt for food, the attitude with which you usually find them when interacting with other NPC’s, or even just their general disposition – there are a lot of things that can help spark your creativity! One of our favorite ways to come up with names is by taking inspiration from some more well known cat words in the English language. A few examples include: cheetah, leopard and panther. These might seem rather obvious but it’s always good to go back to basics if we’ve been stuck too long on a certain naming dilemma.