The Rhashaan have a tight-knit clan society, denoted by “Rhas”, meaning “Sworn” in the old tongue. Someone of Clan Tennan would therefore be “Rhas Tennan”, as in “Maesglas Rhas Tennan”. This system has also been adopted by many of the rural Cayerne. Rhashaan names tend to sound very Gaelic, and are often harsh.
The city-dwellers – usually Cayerne – tend to style their names after their profession and, if necessary, their home city or county. Therefore it’s more common among these to encounter names such as “Dolgellar Smith” or “Fford Tanner, of Val Vishag”. Cayerne names have a slightly more Norman sound to them.
The Sendayi, finally, have languages in their own native tongue, though many also adopt names fashioned after Rhas Cayerne, especially those sworn into clans. Sendayi names tend to sound very different from names of others in the country.
Example Rhashaan names:
Example Cayerne names:
Example Sendayi names: