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Dux Britanniarum – Raider Names

For anyone organising a Raiders campaign, here’s a pdf with a list of names for Picts, Scotti and Northern British. It is drawn from the following sources.

The Gododdin – text at http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/bard/tgp.htm
Clarkson, T. (2012) The Men of the North: The Britons of Southern Scotland http://amzn.to/1zJ9IeD
Clarkson, T. (2011) The Makers of Scotland: Picts, Romans, Gaels and Vikings http://amzn.to/1sEn6GT

Northern British Names
Aclud
Adan
Adonwy
Aeron
Aetern
Aneurin
Angor
Artgal
Arthgal
Beli
Beliand
Beliap
Bili
Bleiddvan
Boanta
Bodgad
Bradwen
Breych
Brych
Buddugre
Buddvan
Cadfan
Cadrod
Cadwallon
Caeawg
Caradawg
Caw
Ceidiaw
Ceidio
Ceneu
Cenon
Cerdic
Certic
Ceredig
Ceretic
Cian
Cibno
Cilydd
Cinbelin
Cinuit
Cinhil
Clinoch
Clinog
Cluim
Clydno
Coel
Coroticus
Cunedda
Cydywal
Cynddilig
Cynfarch
Cynfelin
Cynhaval
Cynloyp
Cynon
Cynrain
Cynri
Cynvan
Cynwyd
Cyvwlch
Dindywydd
Dinogad
Distar
Disteir
Domgal
Dreon
Dunod
Dwywei
Dyfnyen
Dynfnwal
Dyvynwal
Echeching
Eithinyn
Eliffer
Elphin
Effyd
Eidiol
Enovant
Erbin
Erthgi
Ervai
Eudav
Eugein
Eulad
Fferawg
Ffervarch
Fflamddur
Finnian
Garbaniaun
Garthwys
Gereint
Glyd
Hoewgi
Hwrreith
Ida
Ieuan
Kentigern
Lleenawg
Llivieu.
Llofan
Llywarch
Godebawg
Graid
Guipnap
Gurci
Gurgust
Guriat
Gwaednerth
Gwallawg
Gwaws
Gwen
Gwenabwy
Gwenddoleu
Gwgawn
Gwiawn
Gwlyged
Gwrthlev
Gwrvelling
Gwrwst
Gwyrgi
Gwryad
Gwryen
Gwyddneu
Gwyddwg
Gwyn
Gwyriad
Heiddyn
Llywri
Madawg
Madog
Madyen
Maelgwyn
Marchleu
Marro
Masguic
Merchiaun
Merin
Mermin
Morcant
Mordaf
Morien
Morieu
Morken
Moryal
Moryed
Moryen
Mynawg
Mynyddawg
Neddig
Neithon
Nudd
Outigern
Owain
Pabo
Padarn
Pasgen
Peithan
Peredur
Pwyll
Pyll
Reiddun
Rhiwallawyn
Rhun
Rhydderch
Riderch
Rotri
Royth
Ruvawn
Ruvawn
Rychwardd
Rys
Sanctan
Senyllt
Syll
Syvno
Teudebur
Tudvwlch
Tudwal
Tutagual
Twrch
Urien
Urvai
Will
Ysgyrran
Scotti names
Adomnán
Áed
Áedán
Ainfcellach
Ainfcellaig
Alpín
Baithén
Béc
Blaan
Blane
Boanta
Cano
Cathan
Cináed
Colman
Comgall
Conaill
Conaing
Conall
Conamail
Connad
Conval
Cumméne
Domangart
Domangairt
Domnaill
Domnall
Donnan
Dúbain
Donnchad
Donncori
Dúnchad
Dúngal
Echdach
Eirc
Eochaid
Eógan
Eóganán
Ferchair
Ferchar
Feredaig
Fergna
Fergus
Fergush
Fiannamail
Finnian
Gabrán
Gofraid
Indrechtach
Laisren
Loarn
Lugaid
Máel
Maelduin
Maelrubi
Miren
Mirren
Moluag
Muiredach
Neman
Ness
Nissi
Óengus
Reuda
Selbach
Selbaig
Tadg
Taidg
Names ending in the letters an, ad, al or all usually have alternates ending in ain, aid, ail, or aill

 

 

Pictish Names
Arcois
Bili
Breth
Bridei
Broichan
Brude
Buthut
Cailtram
Caitt
Canutulachama
Carvorst
Cat
Caustantin
Ce
Cináed
Cing
Cinid
Cinioch
Ciniod
Circenn
Circinn
Circind
Cirech
Cruithne
Denbecan
Derile
Deoord
Domelch
Drest
Drostan
Drust
Dubthalorc
Eóganán
Erip
Erp
Feradach
Ferat
Fergus
Fib
Fibaid
Floclaid
Fochel
Foclaid
Fodach
Fortrann
Fortrenn
Fortriu
Fotla
Fotlaig
Galam
Galan
Gart
Gartnait
Gede
Gest
Gilgidi
Girom
Guidid
Maelchon
Mordeleg
Morleo
Nechtan
Óengus
Oenbechan
Olifinecta
Onuist
Ru
Talorc
Talorcan
Talorg
Talorgan
Taran
Tarain
Tharain
Uerb
Uurad
Vist
Vipoig
Vuradech
Wradech
Wurgest

 

Sources

The Gododdin – text at http://www.sacred-texts.com/neu/bard/tgp.htm

Clarkson, T. (2012) The Men of the North: The Britons of Southern Scotland http://amzn.to/1zJ9IeD

Clarkson, T. (2011) The Makers of Scotland: Picts, Romans, Gaels and Vikings http://amzn.to/1sEn6GT

 

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