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well, i usually prefer the less used language (but i happen to have a little knowledge on them) like arabic, malay, or sanskrit. the second is simply turn my mind into a random-name-generator :p I'm horrible at coming up with names. Sometimes, I'll go for something Roman like Augustus or whatever I find fits well with a character, and sometimes I will pick a word and I will throw it into Google Translate. The last chapter I wrote I named "One Man's Trash" which, I mean, it's not the BEST chapter title but it works for the plot.
Extra hilarity for readers who speak that language and can "get it". Unless that's your running joke.2) Names fit best in their setting. A race is often called by an internal name, or by what others think of them. Then for everything else you just have to keep what Knave said in mind: i'm in a dire need of names, i just can't think of any good ones, so is there any way for people to suggest good names and how do you think them up.
You just have to be careful that the final product isn't easily mispronounced. Who gets spelled out as "$h*thead."Sorry for any typos. im in a dire need of names, i just cant think of any good ones, so is there any way for people to suggest good names and how do you think them up. - Carter - Lawrence - Cole - Isaac - Marcus - Finn - Zach - Curtis - Nicoli - Ben -Drew - Decker - Ann - Bell - Zoey - Joey - Daisy - May - June - Sarah - Lucy - Bella - Cora - Susan - Gwen Don't be afraid of borrowing/appropriating fitting names from other books/movies/etc. Couple vowels, throw in a handful of consonants, mash it up until you find something you like, then promptly write them down and pick it back up the next day. And, as somebody pointed out previously, random name generators are always a bag of giggles. Take some words, print them out, cut them up into syllables, throw them into a hat or air and grab a few to mash into a name.
All the towns of the Amalfi coast are connected by the scenic SS.
163 road, built in the first half of the XIX century during the Bourbon period and always considered one of the most beautiful road in Italy.
Following the natural course of the coastline, the route is full of curves, nestled between the rock and the sea cliffs, giving new and spectacular shots at the exit of every tunnel or hairpin bend.
Before the construction of the coastal road, locals reached all the towns via mule tracks and footpaths, still existing and particularly appreciated by trekking lovers for the stunning views that can be enjoyed.