Wednesday, 16 February 2011

The Creation of a New Word!

I have a little challange for you all.

I want you to create a new word for ultimate supreme ruler guy.

I want to use a word in a poem but king, lord, sultan, khan, duke, archbishop, emperor, tzar, kaiser, shah, tisroc, grand poohbah etc.. doesn't seem to fit.

So I shall hold a little competition and who ever win gets their word used in my poem. (Prize may differ).

I will of course try to think of one myself but I'm interested to see what you think of.

They are a good leader. Or not good as such but not evil. Proud and noble. Powerful and slightly arrogant.

Have fun and happy word creating!

38 comments:

  1. Poderoso

    Orgulloso

    Líder

    Rey

    Quelbec

    Tyrarul


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    Any of them good?

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  2. ack, you used Tzar :P *thinks hard, brain explodes*

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  3. Doklatien

    Spiula

    Seismegalos

    (it means something in latin like great earth, or something) I'm not sure about that one, I got a cross between two dinosaur names, one meaning Earth Shaking Lizard, the other Great Lizard.

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  4. Syntarus <- My singular idea. I'm so proud.

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  5. OK. So you want made up names, right Octa?
    Umm...ok....
    Vizzar
    Soli
    Gupta
    Zinshra
    Zorta
    or Zorten

    LOL I'm just coming up with all sorts of things...(please don't laugh...this is hard f.) :P

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  6. Nystro

    Lol, I LIKE making up words :)

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  7. Kulio
    Lasquet
    Xiolium
    This is getting wierd....but I can get wierder...
    Pokili
    Honoly
    I better stop before I make you mad! :O

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  8. Ziri
    Yumyum...teehee

    Ridusilem
    Vixter
    Fazi
    Bumboli
    Zeekster

    Sorry...I could not stop....

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  9. Yulius
    Tantark
    Brutile
    Nimth
    Darp
    Lorky
    Sartife
    Tibbles (this somehow makes me think of kittens!)
    Hiloyn
    Kilharp
    Randor
    Saplim
    Gandil
    Jadeth
    Danle
    Yamp
    Lillir
    Popsilter
    Lufe

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  10. Llamacorn
    Cheewer
    Saptie
    Nuunte
    Liopate
    Sayle
    Trigoho
    Saquebwe
    Quenfrise
    Shandular

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  11. Cypher Nightshad - Ruler of the Nights
    Seifer
    Aggoroth
    Varorfang
    Brilwemand
    Errion
    Nicholai
    Euchairious
    Shaddesson the Proud

    Hope these might help you get a name! : )

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  12. Patriarch for a guy and Matriarch for a girl :)

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  13. uh....Susurrus?



    lol...






    I love how when you write 'Susurrus' and the word correction thing on the computer thinks that it's not a word. :P computers are useful, yes, but so damn dumb sometimes.


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    Hm. I'm not good with names.

    Lanya? Klefto? (te-hee kleptopmaniac)

    I dunno....Joe? That sounds like a good name. Totally original, too. Never seen or heard on this blog before. U-huh.



    ...wait a second...ah damn it, Joe's our name. -_- can't...think...of..anything!

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  14. Seneschal.

    Not very creative am I?

    Dacdestra.
    ^
    How about that.

    Blessed be,
    Oh sod it!

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  15. LOL I like Joe too! That's a good one! :P
    But I also like MAry's chiose too!
    Not an easytask you have Octa! Best of luck picking the winner ;P

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  16. Well, you didn't mention Herrscher in your list... but then again you propably won't be able to pronounce it...
    What about dominator? It's Latin for... dominator. Ok, seems like you have the same word in English...
    You could search for a nice word on this page:
    http://dict.leo.org
    It's an online dictionary for German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese and Russian.

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