Fictional Character Name Generator

From “You Are Not Your Name

Writers of fiction often prefer distinctive names for their characters.  For example, in the stories of Charles Dickens, we find characters named Honoria Dedlock, Harold Skimpole, and Josiah Tulkinghorn.  Jane Austen has Marianne Dashwood, Caroline Bingley, and Henrietta Musgrove.  So, if you're writing a book, here is a device to help you name your characters.  Or if you want to give your parties a new twist, print out a bunch of “Hello” labels with fictitious names and have your guests take on new identities during the gathering.

Want an Indian Name?  See American Indian Name Generator.  Will you be naming a street?  See Street Name Generator.  Just buy a boat?  See Boat Name Generator. [ NOTE ]


HELLO

My name is

 
 
 

 
 
 

HELLO

My name is

 
 
 

 
 
Male and female first names shown here are real, though uncommon, and are randomly selected from a long list.  The last names are created from 2,3, or 4 name fragments.  In all, the Generator creates every name in real time from over a billion possibilities for each gender.  Since these names are fabricated, you may see very odd results once in awhile — please forgive and try again.