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Name the Brat Prince of Gondor
April, 30 2006
Several of you who have read Fourth Age have asked me what Tel's full name is. I don't know yet. And as Raksha kindly pointed out, why should I come up with a name, when I have all those willing readers out there?
So, if you're interested, here's your chance to name a character in the Hethverse. Give me the name and a brief explanation of why you think it is appropriate. It doesn't necessarily have to be a Tel name-Tel could be short for Telcontar, his last name. Which begs the question-why doesn't Tel use his first name? Is it truly that hideous? So a tasteful name isn't absolutely necessary, and an explanation of why he doesn't like to be called by his name, humorous or not will be appreciated.
How about Teliad, it could have two meanings
teli = to come, ad = again, so "to come again",
telia = to play, ad = again, "to play again" a hint at the return to peace also his his rather troublesome nature,
Could be seen as being a bit girly as well
or Arion, "kings son" keeping the Ar prefix used by the Cheeftains of the Dunedain and a bit obvious, also he is not diriectly the kings son, with Tel coming from Telcontar.
Arphen, simply means noble, he probably thinks Tell sounds as though his name could be flashier
I don't know, I'm no good with names really
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