So as promised, I’m posting the name game in which we’re going to rename ourselves completely. I hope you’ll enjoy it.
Your first name will depend on the second letter of your actual first name. Below are lists of names for both girls and boys with three names assigned for each letter. These aren’t names starting with this letter, but three possibilities of choice you have depending of your actual first name’s second letter.
As for the middle name, the choice will be based on the month of your birth. So go to the list of middle names for your gender, and pick one that you like the most or that fits you the most from three names assigned to your birth month.
Surname depends on the first letter of your actual surname, I’ve assigned a random surname to each of the letters.
If you still aren’t sure how to do it, see how I am doing it for myself below. To make it more challenging, you can’t change the spelling of names you choose.
And please do let me know in the comments how you renamed yourself, do you like it, does it fit you, or to which spelling you’d change it if you could, what nickname would you use. I’m very curious what will come out of this. ALso please let me know how did you like this game overall so if you’ll like it, I might make more name games in future, also with other types of names maybe, as many of these here are a bit unique and all oscillating around English-speaking countries, while there are also so many brilliant names in other languages.
And remember you don’t need to tell me your real name or anything personal, that’s not the case here.
OK, so here we go:
First names, girls.
- A – Katelyn, Lenore, Hanna.
- B – Joy, Deirdre, Mae.
- C – Harper, Larissa, Euphemia.
- D – Ashlyn, Sibyl, Tabby.
- E – Simone, Lauressa, Skye.
- F – Isabelle, Sunshine, Topaz.
- G – Avalon, Sheenagh, Leatrice.
- H – Nan, Angelle, athena.
- I – Danielle, Raquel, Christianne.
- J – Leann, Eleanor, Mandy.
- K – Rachel, Vera, Rita.
- L – Louisa, Fallon, Beatrice.
- M – Cathy, Nellie, Marybeth.
- N – Whitney, Prue, Quintella.
- O – Rowanne, Lyndsey, Naomi.
- P – Caitlyn, Wynona, Angelina.
- Q – Elissa, Stone, Susan.
- R – Meagan, Charity, Tilda.
- S – Candy, Catelin, Vickie.
- T – Tamela, Maureen, Camryn.
- U – Alisia, Livia, Deloris.
- V – Katie, Lizzie, Totty.
- W – Rue, Ethelyn, Petronel.
- X – Michaela, Elea, Ina.
- Y – Pip, Shari, Bettice.
- Z – Rosie, Rebeccanne, Christabelle.
First names, boys.
- A – alex, Joel, Phoenix.
- B – Kevin, Sinclair, Ezekiel.
- C – Cullen, York, Clancy.
- D – Alexander, Grahame, Nelson.
- E – Lowell, Michael, Jack.
- F – Callum, Raine, Ruben.
- G – Wilhelm, Reece, Maxwell.
- H – Ford, Ranulph, Desmond.
- I – Lyndon, Ingram, Phil.
- J – Franklyn, Emory, MCKenzie.
- K – Lucius, Rolf, Christian.
- L – Luke, Gordon, Lucian.
- M – Gabriel, Zachary, Fulke.
- N – Ethelred, Olaf, Jacob.
- O – Linton, Riley, Ozzie.
- P – Lachlan, Cameron, Christopher.
- Q – Claud, Royce, Stevie.
- R – Benjamin, Jackson, Grey.
- S – Louis, Brennan, Rain.
- T – Rowan, Nathaniel, Cliff.
- U – Xander, Merlin, Jeff.
- V – Charlie, Nicholas, Farrell.
- W – Dashiell, Bill, Clay.
- X – Landon, Mike, Leo.
- Y – William, Delbert, Vincent.
- Z – Lewis, Albert, Lucas.
Middle names, girls.
- January – Angelica, Carmel, Merrilyn.
- February – Gloriana, Ginger, Josephine.
- March – Veronica, Celestine, Modesty.
- April – Missie, Lizette, Kerenza.
- May – Christy, Lori, Dulcie.
- June – Jeanette, Hyacinth, Happy.
- July – Renae, Elyzabeth, Ida.
- August – Dory, Crystal, Tory.
- September – Anemone, Cindy, Hortense.
- October – Libbie, Honour, Jodie.
- November – Emelia, Sarah, Aileen.
- December – Ursella, Lilly, Nettie.
Middle names, boys.
- January – Ocean, Ramsey, Peter.
- february – arwel, Torquil, Cornell.
- March – Dillon, Karl, Ross.
- April – Clifford, Ariel, Odin.
- May – Neely, Garland, Glen.
- June – Joyce, Lionel, Roswell.
- July – Devon, Samuel, Smith.
- August – Mel, Emmanuel, Montague.
- September – Jeffery, Cornelius, Griffith.
- October – River, Timmy, Geordie.
- November – Geoffrey, Reynard, Tim.
- December – Crispin, Greer, Daniel.
- A – Randal.
- B – Wallis.
- C – Wilcox.
- D – Garrard.
- E – Fortune.
- F – Alberts.
- G – Chamberlain.
- H – Mulvihill.
- I- Gillingham.
- J – Cook.
- K – Neil.
- L – Merrill.
- M – Fanhope.
- N – Eccleston.
- O – Bernard.
- P – Payne.
- Q – Dickinson.
- R – Fisher.
- S – Davis.
- T – Humphrey.
- U – Fairburn.
- V – Blackwell.
- W – Milward.
- X – Kelsey.
- Y – Blakeley.
- Z – Williams.
So my name is Emilia. The second letter in my name is M, which means I can choose my new first name from Cathy, Nellie and Marybeth. Honestly I like them all to some degree, but the only one that doesn’t seem to clash with my personality and looks is Nellie. So I choose Nellie. Yippee! I must say I really like those kind of vintage, sweet nicknames of girly names. I think I would prefer to have some longer name like Helena or Cornelia and then go by Nellie, but it’s really OK, I think I would quickly get used to being Nellie.
My middle name. I was born in February, so I can choose from Gloriana, Ginger and Josephine. Mmmm… Definitely not Ginger. Quite cool name, but not my style and would clash so brutally with me so that people wouldn’t even believe I’m Ginger. 😀 Josephine is nice and similar feel to Nellie I suppose, but… I have an impression it doesn’t go well with Nellie. Nellie Josephine… I don’t know. And it doesn’t really suit me I think. OK, I’m gonna pick Gloriana. It doesn’t sound perfect with Nellie either, but it is a pretty name, kind of princessy, not quite like me, but not so very different, I like it.
My surname starts with Z, so simply my new surname would be Williams. Nellie Williams… I think it’s fine. Nellie Gloriana Williams not so much, but I’ve seen worse sets, I wouldn’t be unhappy with that as I like both these names, even if they don’t play very well together.
I’m very curious how you guys will rename yourself.
The names to this game I took from here