Tuatha

Overgrown with thick and misty forests, Tuatha is a land with few cities and many gates into the Faewyld. It is also home to the Elven Forests.

Male First Names: Abbán, Alyan, Anyilyas, Anyir, Arassán, Awnruhan, Aymur, Ayumnawn, Baeth, Bairrion, Balvach, Bardán, Bawnrune, Bearach, Beyagh, Broc, Brónach, Calvach, Caven, Cawlyach, Cawnrid, Cillian, Conán, Daig, Dallán, Daltach, Dawray, Dazmunach, Diarmuid, Dulas, Eamon, Farchar, Fekeen, Ferrál, Finyain, Flannacán, Fwaylan, Fyunvar, Garván, Gilgawn, Gilyesh, Gobán, Gorman, Iardán, Ilyach, Irial, Jarlath, Krewer, Kyaran, Kyarull, Labhrás, Lachlán, Lazrain, Leyevawn, Lonán, Mansheen, Maolán, Malwir, Markán, Mawktal, Mayn, Mwirioch, Nahán, Nevawn, Niallán, Olchabar, Orán, Owin, Rewan, Riordán, Roartach, Ronán, Shachlán, Shulawn, Skarhawk, Skawnlar, Sowrán, Tallách, Teernach, Tiarlán, Torcán, Ulcán, Ullihir, Yuráth.
Female First Names: Ahyil, Anleyah, Awnyah, Awvrah, Blawheen, Bree, Cathán, Davnát, Dawnacha, Dawrinyeh, Deirdre, Dervla, Eadan, Eniv, Evgrenyah, Evneyah, Fachna, Fawn, Fennore, Fiachra, Fionnula, Fyelm, Gorvah, Grayán, Ida, Kéyin, Kléawna, Kwaylin, Kyarah, Leesha, Liadán, Lweeshach, Lyuwen, Maelissa, Maeve, Marga, Miren, Morin, Mornyah, Muriel, Murwen, Narvila, Neesha, Nyach, Orla, Reeyawn, Ronnat, Seerla, Shannon, Shay, Siobhan, Sloane, Sorcha, Suanach, Talán, Taltyah, Tilyach, Tuathla, Tyadee, Ulach, Uwinyen.

A Tuathan will generally introduce themselves as the son or daughter of their higher-ranking parent – so Sorcha, daughter of Awnyah, or Daig, son of Ida.

Tuatha

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