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This is a list of all the known Khajiit names, compiled from the games.

Naming Convention[edit]

Khajiit names, particularly among males, often have a prefix before them, usually though not always separated by an apostrophe. In general, the name following the prefix should be capitalized, though the games are not consistent on this point. Some names also have a hyphenated suffix (e.g.: '-Dar') indicating two titles which, according to Jobasha in Morrowind, is considered foolish. However, during the time of The Elder Scrolls Online, suffixed honorifics were the norm, with prefixed honorifics being seen as a fashionable fad among the youth of Alabaster[1]. The meanings of the prefixes are as follows:[OOG 1][1]

Feminine Honorifics

  • Dra = Known for wisdom and wit, or of venerable age
  • Daro = Nimble fingered, lithe of tongue
  • Ko = Respected healer, mage, or scholar, sometimes added to the names of learned ancestors
  • La = Promiscuous maiden

Masculine Honorifics

  • Dar = Thief, clever
  • Do = Distinctive warrior
  • Dro = Grandparent
  • J/Ja/Ji = Bachelor, young adult
  • Jo = Respected physician, scholar, or mage
  • Ra = Esteemed leader of soldiers, trade, or governance
  • Ri = Great leader; Speaker, King, Mane

Gender Neutral/Unknown Honorifics

  • Do = Warrior
  • M/Ma = Child, apprentice, term of endearment, also used to imply virginity
  • Qa = Unknown
  • S = Adult

Male Khajiit Names[edit]

Arena[edit]

Turamane

Arena and Daggerfall[edit]

  • Given names for male Khajiit in Arena and Daggerfall seem to consist of one of fifteen prefixes and one of sixteen suffixes.
  • The 15 prefixes for male Khajiit names are: Ab', Ak', Akh', Am, Fa', Hus, Mo, Moham, Moj, Na, Om, Sha, Sin, Za', Zan'
  • The 16 suffixes for male Khajiit names are: ar, bar, bil, der, dul, gh, ir, kir, med, nir, noud, sien, soud, taba, tabe, urabi

Therefore, all of the male Khajiit names in Arena and Daggerfall are:

Ab'ar, Ab'bar, Ab'bil, Ab'der, Ab'dul, Ab'gh, Ab'ir, Ab'kir, Ab'med, Ab'nir, Ab'noud, Ab'sien, Ab'soud, Ab'taba, Ab'tabe, Ab'urabi,
Ak'ar, Ak'bar, Ak'bil, Ak'der, Ak'dul, Ak'gh, Ak'ir, Ak'kir, Ak'med, Ak'nir, Ak'noud, Ak'sien, Ak'soud, Ak'taba, Ak'tabe, Ak'urabi,
Akh'ar, Akh'bar, Akh'bil, Akh'der, Akh'dul, Akh'gh, Akh'ir, Akh'kir, Akh'med, Akh'nir, Akh'noud, Akh'sien, Akh'soud, Akh'taba, Akh'tabe, Akh'urabi,
Amar, Ambar, Ambil, Amder, Amdul, Amgh, Amir, Amkir, Ammed, Amnir, Amnoud, Amsien, Amsoud, Amtaba, Amtabe, Amurabi,
Fa'ar, Fa'bar, Fa'bil, Fa'der, Fa'dul, Fa'gh, Fa'ir, Fa'kir, Fa'med, Fa'nir, Fa'noud, Fa'sien, Fa'soud, Fa'taba, Fa'tabe, Fa'urabi,
Husar, Husbar, Husbil, Husder, Husdul, Husgh, Husir, Huskir, Husmed, Husnir, Husnoud, Hussien, Hussoud, Hustaba, Hustabe, Husurabi,
Moar, Mobar, Mobil, Moder, Modul, Mogh, Moir, Mokir, Momed, Monir, Monoud, Mosien, Mosoud, Motaba, Motabe, Mourabi,
Mohamar, Mohambar, Mohambil, Mohamder, Mohamdul, Mohamgh, Mohamir, Mohamkir, Mohammed, Mohamnir, Mohamnoud, Mohamsien, Mohamsoud, Mohamtaba, Mohamtabe, Mohamurabi,
Mojar, Mojbar, Mojbil, Mojder, Mojdul, Mojgh, Mojir, Mojkir, Mojmed, Mojnir, Mojnoud, Mojsien, Mojsoud, Mojtaba, Mojtabe, Mojurabi,
Naar, Nabar, Nabil, Nader, Nadul, Nagh, Nair, Nakir, Named, Nanir, Nanoud, Nasien, Nasoud, Nataba, Natabe, Naurabi,
Omar, Ombar, Ombil, Omder, Omdul, Omgh, Omir, Omkir, Ommed, Omnir, Omnoud, Omsien, Omsoud, Omtaba, Omtabe, Omurabi,
Shaar, Shabar, Shabil, Shader, Shadul, Shagh, Shair, Shakir, Shamed, Shanir, Shanoud, Shasien, Shasoud, Shataba, Shatabe, Shaurabi,
Sinar, Sinbar, Sinbil, Sinder, Sindul, Singh, Sinir, Sinkir, Sinmed, Sinnir, Sinnoud, Sinsien, Sinsoud, Sintaba, Sintabe, Sinurabi,
Za'ar, Za'bar, Za'bil, Za'der, Za'dul, Za'gh, Za'ir, Za'kir, Za'med, Za'nir, Za'noud, Za'sien, Za'soud, Za'taba, Za'tabe, Za'urabi,
Zan'ar, Zan'bar, Zan'bil, Zan'der, Zan'dul, Zan'gh, Zan'ir, Zan'kir, Zan'med, Zan'nir, Zan'noud, Zan'sien, Zan'soud, Zan'taba, Zan'tabe, Zan'urabi

Redguard[edit]

J'ffer, Joto, S'rathra

Morrowind[edit]

Baadargo, Dro'Barri, Dro'farahn, Dro'Qanar, Dro'Sakhar, Dro'Shavir, Dro'Tasarr, Dro'Zah, Dro'Zaymar, Dro'zharim, Dro'Zhirr, J'Dato, J'Dhannar, J'Hanir, J'Jarsha, J'Jazha, J'Kara, Jobasha, Jodhur, Jo'Ren-Dar, Joshur, Jo'Thri-Dar, J'Raksa, J'Rasha, J'Saddha, J'Zamha, J'Zhirr, Ma'Dara, M'Aiq, Ma'Jidarr, Ma'Khar, Ma'Zahn, M'nashi, M'Shan, Qa'Dar, Ra'Karim, Ra'Kothre, Ra'Mhirr, Ra'Sava, Ra'Tesh, Ra'Virr, Ra'Zahr, Ra'Zhid, Ri'Darsha, Ri'Dumiwa, Ri'Shajirr, Ri'Vassa, Ri'Zaadha, S'Bakha, Sholani, S'Radirr, S'Rava, S'Raverr, S'Renji, S'Vandra, S'virr, Thengil, Urjorad, Wadarkhu

Oblivion[edit]

Bhisha, Dahlima, Dro'shanji, Hassiri, J'baana, J'Baasha, J'bari, J'Ghasta, J'mhad, J'riska, J'skar, J'zidzo, J'zin-Dar, Ja'Fazir, K'Sharr, M'aiq, Ma'Raska, Ma'zaddha, M'dasha, M'desi, M'dirr, M'raaj-Dar, Ranarr-Jo, R'vanni, Ra'dirsha, Ra'Jahirr, Ra'Jhan, Ra'jhera, Ra'jiradh, Ri'Bassa, Ri'Jirr, Ri'Zakar, S'drassa, S'rathad, S'razirr, S'shani, Urjabhi

Skyrim[edit]

Dro'marash, J'darr, J'datharr, J'Kier, J'zargo, J'zhar, Kharjo, Kesh, Ma'dran, Ma'jhad, Ma'randru-jo, Ma'tasarr, Ma'zaka, M'aiq, Ra'jirr, Ra'kheran, Ri'saad, Vasha

ESO[edit]

Abal-jo, Adaishir, Adibazal, Adubaer-sa, Adusharu, Ahainar-jo, Aishar-sa, Akkhuz-ri, Akkuz, Amu, Andal-ma, Anil-do, Aranak, Asal-jo, Athask, Azbiasur, Azdanten, Azimsun, Azurdat, Bad, Baezad-dro, Baezad-jo, Bakhig, Bakhig-ja, Bashshi-ra, Bentclaw, Bezur, Bilam, Birakh-do, Bizahad, Chickenthief, Cinder-Tail, Climbs, Cloud, Cold-Eyes, Crack-Nose, Croak, Dalag-dar, Dark, Dro-Dara, Duharr, Duzal, Duzal-ja, Enak, Enik-ja, Eraral-dro, Ethad-sa, Ezzag, Feduzdal, Filthwhisker, Fimaz-ra, Fishbreath, Gharesh-ri, Hadam-do, Hairan, Haraddal, Harashur, Hazad, Hazazi, Hazaznaz, Hilan, Hirish, Hizurrdo, Hunal, Huthak, Indur-sa, Inisashu-jo, Irgazdul, Izandar, Izishir, J'darzi, Jilan-dar, Jul-dar, Jurak-dar, Kagadur, Kalim-ja, Kansur-jo, Kasan, Kigum-dar, Kirun, Kiturr, Krin, Kunerr-jo, Kuralit, Kurnamu-do, Kurnasiran, Kusirnaz-dar, Lakurr-ra, M'aiq, M'jaddha, Ma'jhad, Maelen, Maesar, Mahirr, Malathum, Malkish, Manadzur, Maniz, Marnub, Mathad, Mathal, Mazag, Mazar, Mazil-jo, Mazou-dar, Mazram, Mehdir, Mezha-dro, Miczen, Mikarur, Milk, Minal, Mizarbuk, Munalur, Munanir, Murdan, Muriman, Muruddal, Muzur, Nabal-dar, Nagaddu, Nasimar, Nezashun, Nibbletail, Nur-dro, Nurud, Nuzuk, Oblan, Okaw-Dar, Pacrooti, Palmur-dra, Pillazh, Puzhbar-jo, Ra'darri, Ra'Lorka, Raban, Ragged, Rainazh, Rakhad, Rathul-do, Razigad, Razum-dar, Rehan, Rid-Thar-ri'Datta, S'jash, S'rabbi, S'rashi, S'vanez, Safir, Sahban, Sallit, Samamar, Samardan, Sanaz-dro, Sansen-do, Sanzan-dar, Sattah, Satuhaz, Sea-Dreamer, Shajamah-ja, Shalapaar, Shalubar, Shamal, Shan-ra, Shapal-jo, Sharul, Shelad, Shikruz, Shiladur, Splinter-Paws, Split-Tongue, Steelclaw, Stump, Subid, Tahar-dar, Takaman, Tarak, Touraz, Turshan-dar, Turuk, Tuzil-dro, Yanabir-ja, Yanalir, Yandzir, Yazhin-dar, Zaban, Zaban-ma, Zarziri, Zaydak, Zibam, Zuzik

Out-of-Game Books[edit]

Zadabal-ra, Zagun-ra

Lore[edit]

Cherim, Helnor Snarlsbane, K'sirr, Kazagh, Qa-Dar, Therris, Zoaraym

Female Khajiit Names[edit]

Arena and Daggerfall[edit]

  • Given names for female Khajiit in Arena and Daggerfall seem to consist of one of fifteen prefixes and one of fifteen suffixes.
  • The 15 prefixes for female Khajiit names are: A, Azi, Ela, Fa, Kha, Ki, Mo, Na, Ra, Ri, Sa, Sha, So, Ta, Za
  • The 15 suffixes for female Khajiit names are: ahin, ahni, feliz, hana, heh, hrazad, jjan, khtar, nita, raya, riba, shima, srin, tima, zita

Therefore, all of the female Khajiit names in Arena and Daggerfall are:

Aahin, Aahni, Afeliz, Ahana, Aheh, Ahrazad, Ajjan, Akhtar, Anita, Araya, Ariba, Ashima, Asrin, Atima, Azita,
Aziahin, Aziahni, Azifeliz, Azihana, Aziheh, Azihrazad, Azijjan, Azikhtar, Azinita, Aziraya, Aziriba, Azishima, Azisrin, Azitima, Azizita,
Elaahin, Elaahni, Elafeliz, Elahana, Elaheh, Elahrazad, Elajjan, Elakhtar, Elanita, Elaraya, Elariba, Elashima, Elasrin, Elatima, Elazita,
Faahin, Faahni, Fafeliz, Fahana, Faheh, Fahrazad, Fajjan, Fakhtar, Fanita, Faraya, Fariba, Fashima, Fasrin, Fatima, Fazita,
Khaahin, Khaahni, Khafeliz, Khahana, Khaheh, Khahrazad, Khajjan, Khakhtar, Khanita, Kharaya, Khariba, Khashima, Khasrin, Khatima, Khazita,
Kiahin, Kiahni, Kifeliz, Kihana, Kiheh, Kihrazad, Kijjan, Kikhtar, Kinita, Kiraya, Kiriba, Kishima, Kisrin, Kitima, Kizita,
Moahin, Moahni, Mofeliz, Mohana, Moheh, Mohrazad, Mojjan, Mokhtar, Monita, Moraya, Moriba, Moshima, Mosrin, Motima, Mozita,
Naahin, Naahni, Nafeliz, Nahana, Naheh, Nahrazad, Najjan, Nakhtar, Nanita, Naraya, Nariba, Nashima, Nasrin, Natima, Nazita,
Raahin, Raahni, Rafeliz, Rahana, Raheh, Rahrazad, Rajjan, Rakhtar, Ranita, Raraya, Rariba, Rashima, Rasrin, Ratima, Razita,
Riahin, Riahni, Rifeliz, Rihana, Riheh, Rihrazad, Rijjan, Rikhtar, Rinita, Riraya, Ririba, Rishima, Risrin, Ritima, Rizita,
Saahin, Saahni, Safeliz, Sahana, Saheh, Sahrazad, Sajjan, Sakhtar, Sanita, Saraya, Sariba, Sashima, Sasrin, Satima, Sazita,
Shaahin, Shaahni, Shafeliz, Shahana, Shaheh, Shahrazad, Shajjan, Shakhtar, Shanita, Sharaya, Shariba, Shashima, Shasrin, Shatima, Shazita,
Soahin, Soahni, Sofeliz, Sohana, Soheh, Sohrazad, Sojjan, Sokhtar, Sonita, Soraya, Soriba, Soshima, Sosrin, Sotima, Sozita,
Taahin, Taahni, Tafeliz, Tahana, Taheh, Tahrazad, Tajjan, Takhtar, Tanita, Taraya, Tariba, Tashima, Tasrin, Tatima, Tazita,
Zaahin, Zaahni, Zafeliz, Zahana, Zaheh, Zahrazad, Zajjan, Zakhtar, Zanita, Zaraya, Zariba, Zashima, Zasrin, Zatima, Zazita

Morrowind[edit]

Abanji, Adanja, Addhiranirr, Adharanji, Affri, Ahdahni, Ahdni, Ahdri, Ahjara, Ahnarra, Ahnassi, Ahndahra, Ahnia, Ahnisa, Ahzini, Aina, Ajira, Anjari, Arabhi, Aravi, Ashidasha, Bahdahna, Bahdrashi, Baissa, Bhusari, Chirranirr, Dahleena, Dahnara, Ekapi, Harassa, Habasi, Idhassi, Inerri, Inorra, Kaasha, Khamuzi, Khazura, Khinjarsi, Kiseena, Kishni, Kisimba, Kisisa, Nisaba, Rabinna, Shaba, Shivani, Shotherra, Shunari, Tsabhi, Tsajadhi, Tsalani, Tsani, Tsiya, Tsrazami, Ubaasi, Udarra, Unjara, Vanjirra, Zahraji

Oblivion[edit]

Abhuki, Ahdarji, Ahjazda, Ashni, Atahba, Atrabhi, Ayisha, Dro'Nahrahe, Kishashi, Nahsi, S'fara, S'jirra, S'kasha, S'Krivva, S'mirra, S'thasa, Shamada, Shomara, Shuravi, Talasma, Tsalajma, Tsarrina, Tsavi, Tsramla, Tsrava, Vajhira, Yushi, Zabhila, Zahrasha

Skyrim[edit]

Ahkari, Ahjisi, Atahbah, Khayla, Ra'zhinda, Shavari, Tsavani, Tsrasuna, Zaynabi

ESO[edit]

2x: Badali (1, 2), Mabeba (1, 2), Zulana (1, 2)
1x: Abelaya, Adusa-daro, Ahmuna-la, Anala, Arumarr-dro, Azartah, Azdazi, Aznara, Bakkhara, Bazali, Darali, Ensa-ko, Eshaba, Fadama, Haina-daro, Hani, Haraddal, Hiyaza, Hizala, Huddima, Irkki, Irrki, Jilarga, Kadalura, Kazarri, Kazra, Kuzda, Mansa, Milaya, Mubayda, Mura, Nurisipa, Samaea-do, Shadya, Shalar, Shara, Sibati-dara, Smallpaws, Sugar-Claws, Taranza, Windsinger, Zalayza, Zeriba, Zithana, Zurka

Out-of-Game Books[edit]

Kishra-do

Lore[edit]

Ahnissi, Anurassa, Bhisha, Kish'na, Mizaba-ko, Rathumi-la

Khajiit Family Names[edit]

Since Morrowind, Khajiit as a rule do not have family names, but in the earlier games they did.

Arena[edit]

Ap'Kolthis

Arena and Daggerfall[edit]

  • Surnames for Khajiit in Arena and Daggerfall seem to consist of one of fourteen prefixes and one of fifteen suffixes.
  • The 14 prefixes for Khajiit surnames are: A, Bara, Hammu, Ja, Kha, Ki, Mah, Rai, Ro, Sa, Si, Sol, Tavak, Za
  • The 15 suffixes for Khajiit surnames are: biri, bus, davi, han, hir, kar, manni, mnin, nai, oni, rabi, spoor, stae, tani, vandi

Therefore, all of the Khajiit surnames in Arena and Daggerfall are:

Abiri, Abus, Adavi, Ahan, Ahir, Akar, Amanni, Amnin, Anai, Aoni, Arabi, Aspoor, Astae, Atani, Avandi,
Barabiri, Barabus, Baradavi, Barahan, Barahir, Barakar, Baramanni, Baramnin, Baranai, Baraoni, Bararabi, Baraspoor, Barastae, Baratani, Baravandi,
Hammubiri, Hammubus, Hammudavi, Hammuhan, Hammuhir, Hammukar, Hammumanni, Hammumnin, Hammunai, Hammuoni, Hammurabi, Hammuspoor, Hammustae, Hammutani, Hammuvandi,
Jabiri, Jabus, Jadavi, Jahan, Jahir, Jakar, Jamanni, Jamnin, Janai, Jaoni, Jarabi, Jaspoor, Jastae, Jatani, Javandi,
Khabiri, Khabus, Khadavi, Khahan, Khahir, Khakar, Khamanni, Khamnin, Khanai, Khaoni, Kharabi, Khaspoor, Khastae, Khatani, Khavandi,
Kibiri, Kibus, Kidavi, Kihan, Kihir, Kikar, Kimanni, Kimnin, Kinai, Kioni, Kirabi, Kispoor, Kistae, Kitani, Kivandi,
Mahbiri, Mahbus, Mahdavi, Mahhan, Mahhir, Mahkar, Mahmanni, Mahmnin, Mahnai, Mahoni, Mahrabi, Mahspoor, Mahstae, Mahtani, Mahvandi,
Raibiri, Raibus, Raidavi, Raihan, Raihir, Raikar, Raimanni, Raimnin, Rainai, Raioni, Rairabi, Raispoor, Raistae, Raitani, Raivandi,
Robiri, Robus, Rodavi, Rohan, Rohir, Rokar, Romanni, Romnin, Ronai, Rooni, Rorabi, Rospoor, Rostae, Rotani, Rovandi,
Sabiri, Sabus, Sadavi, Sahan, Sahir, Sakar, Samanni, Samnin, Sanai, Saoni, Sarabi, Saspoor, Sastae, Satani, Savandi,
Sibiri, Sibus, Sidavi, Sihan, Sihir, Sikar, Simanni, Simnin, Sinai, Sioni, Sirabi, Sispoor, Sistae, Sitani, Sivandi,
Solbiri, Solbus, Soldavi, Solhan, Solhir, Solkar, Solmanni, Solmnin, Solnai, Soloni, Solrabi, Solspoor, Solstae, Soltani, Solvandi,
Tavakbiri, Tavakbus, Tavakdavi, Tavakhan, Tavakhir, Tavakkar, Tavakmanni, Tavakmnin, Tavaknai, Tavakoni, Tavakrabi, Tavakspoor, Tavakstae, Tavaktani, Tavakvandi,
Zabiri, Zabus, Zadavi, Zahan, Zahir, Zakar, Zamanni, Zamnin, Zanai, Zaoni, Zarabi, Zaspoor, Zastae, Zatani, Zavandi

References[edit]

Note: the following references are not found in game. They are included to provide a rounder background to this article, but may not reflect established lore.

  1. ^ Interview With Three BooksellersDouglas Goodall, Todd Howard and Ken Rolston
  1. ^ a b Khajiiti Honorifics in The Elder Scrolls Online.