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

Naming Convention[edit]

Khajiiti names can be chosen to simply sound appealing, without any meaning.[UOL 1] In the games of Arena and Daggerfall Khajiit also had family names. However, since Redguard this concept is no longer followed. Legends once again introduced a Khajiit with possible family name

Sometimes Khajiit take a byname or nickname with meaning, either Cyrodilic or in Ta'agra. They can be taken additionally to the Khajiiti name, either as suffix (e.g. M'Aiq the Liar or Ra'zaym Iron-Ear), or as prefix (e.g. Krin Ren-dro or Sugar-Lips Habasi). Nicknames also can be used entirely as replacement for a normal Khajiiti name (e.g. Eats-Spiders or Kink-Tail). In this case they never have an honorific added.[UOL 1]

Honorifics[edit]

Another important aspect of Khajiiti names are honorifics, more commonly amongst males than females. They reflect ther status in life or society, and can change accordingly. Thus, it is considered improper and insulting to apply a wrong honorific.[UOL 1][1] Commonly a Khajiit takes up just one honorific at a time, as using two either shows great ignorance or great pride.[UOL 1] They also sometimes are given in terms of endearment, banter or deceit.[1] Rarely, even non-Khajiit take up Khajiiti honorifics.[2]

Honorifics are usually a prefix before a Khajiit's name, usually separated by an apostrophe, uncommonly a hyphen, or rarely without separation. During the mid-Second Era however, suffixed honorifics were the norm, separated by a hyphen, with prefixed honorifics being seen as a fashionable fad among the youth of Alabaster.[1] If a honorific is taken as prefix, they can be shortened to one letter. Suffixed honorifics never are shortened. Ta'agra names can also contain apostrophes or hypens, which does not necessarily make parts of names an honorific.

Capitalization in Khajiit names with honorifics varies: The name after a prefix can have either a capital or minuscule first letter, while suffixes are usually—but not always—minuscule. Honorifics sometimes are gender-specific, though sometimes Khajiit with gender-swapped honorifics exist (these are likely typos, however).

The meanings of the pre- and suffixes are as follows, though usually just one might apply:[1][UOL 1]

Male Female Short Form Meaning
dar daro Most ancient title; nimble fingered, lithe of tongue, inquisitive, acquisitive, clever
do do Rarely taken by females; master of Khajiiti martial arts, renowned warrior, guard of the Mane
dro dra Wise and witted, elder, patriarch or matriarch, grandparent
ja / ji* J Young adult, bachelor, unexperienced
jo ko Learned, wizard, physican, scholar
la Unmarried, graceful maiden
ma ma M Child, virgin, apprentice
ra ra R Rarely taken by females[3]; leader of soldiers, trade or governance
ri ri Rarely taken by females[4], rarely awarded title for great leaders; chieftain, king, speaker, Mane
sa** sa** S Adult

* This honorific is never used.

** This honorific is not mentioned in the references, but used in multiple names. Since females with S' prefix exist, it may also apply as suffix honorific for them.

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

Online[edit]

  • Ta'agra names:

2x: Eilam (1, 2), Khari (1, 2), Minshur (1, 2), Sanadarin (1, 2), Sarshar (1, 2), Touraz (1, 2), Zarum (1, 2)
1x: Ab'jhad, Abal-jo, Abiznaz, Abizzaka, Aburapli, Adainat, Adainji, Adainurr, Adaishir, Adibazal, Adineta, Adubaer-sa, Adusaar, Adusharu, Ahainar-jo, Ahirunz, Ahmanaz, Airal, Aishar-sa, Ak'saz, Akkhuz-ri, Akkuz, Akrah, Alathur, Amarbak, Amargon, Amartash, Amsha, Amu, Anat, Andal-ma, Anil-do, Anjiir, Aranak, Arbhu-ra, Arbhuz, Ariashurr, Aroz'lai, Arukhaz, Arusha, Asal-jo, Asalkin, Ashalha, Athask, Atirr, Azalil, Azarati, Azazi, Azbiasur, Azbishan, Azbishaz, Azbisnor, Azdanten, Azezik, Azezin, Azimaz, Azimsun, Azin, Azurdat, Azzaril, Baezad-jo, Bahluk, Baizad, Bakhati, Bakhig, Bakhig-ja, Bakhum, Balag, Balku, Bamak, Barusil, Bashshi-ra, Berantin, Bezur, Bilam, Birakh-do, Birkhu, Bizahad, Bizalar, Bizurr, Bizuruna, Bulag, Bunul, Burakgum, Buzul, Chezan, Dablir, Dahnkin-do, Dalac, Dalag-dar, Dalsa, Darak, Darsho, Dazash, Dazul-ja, Dazur, Dhanim, Didakah, Dirsherr, Dro-Dara, Duharr, Dulan, Dular, Dulini, Duzal, Duzal-ja, Eilun, Eluzard, Elzhar, Enak, Enik-ja, Eraral-dro, Esan, Ethad-sa, Ezudiwa, Ezzag, Fa'alar, Fa'ren-dar, Fahurr, Famazar, Fareh, Farit, Farul, Fazaddu, Feduzdal, Feluz, Fezdal, Fimaz-ra, Ghadar, Ghadffer, Gharesh-ri, Habais, Hadam-do, Hadamo, Haibak, Haibarr, Haibzur, Hainab, Hainat, Hairan, Halakalal, Halako, Halaral, Halash, Halinad, Halinargo, Halinjirr, Halinuk, Hamansu, Hamiran-do, Hamsanam, Hamus, Hanillal, Haraddal, Harashur, Harzad, Harzdak, Hassrid, Hazad, Hazak, Hazazi, Hazaznaz, Hilan, Hillaz, Himalirr-dar, Himalzur, Himathati, Hirish, Hizdak, Hizurrdo, Hunal, Hurzjhad, Huthak, Huzzin, Iduthal, Ilagurr, Indal, Indalhur, Indur-sa, Inisashu-jo, Inishez, Iragahr, Irgazaar, Irgazdul, Irgun, Izandar, Izanden, Izandskar, Izaniran, Iziran, Izishir, J'barza, J'darzi, J'Eeja, J'ghaim, J'kur, J'zagh, J'zaraer, J'zidluk, J'zuraar, Jalan, Jarakh, Jaram, Jaruk, Jherahn, Jherak, Jilan-dar, Jobai, Jul-dar, Jurak-dar, Kagadur, Kagun, Kalgur, Kalim-ja, Kamjo, Kamu, Kankhu, Kanniz, Kanoo-sa, Kanrel, Kansur-jo, Kanzin, Kargand, Kargnargo, Karpu-sa, Karzik, Karzskar, Kasan, Katinal, Kaushjhargo, Kaushur, Kazbur, Keshlar, Khad, Khakidan, Khalin-jo, Kharad, Kharez, Khariz-ja, Khasar-dro, Kheriwa, Khunzum, Kigum-dar, Kikurr, Kirrsi, Kirun, Kiturr, Ren-dro, Kul-ja, Kulan-dro, Kuldargo, Kumurr, Kunerr-jo, Kuralit, Kurnamu-do, Kurnasiran, Kusirnaz-dar, Laknar, Lakurr-ra, Lanbaar, Lankin, Lansur, Laurri, Linihar, Linihi, Lojaku, M'aiq, M'harra, M'jaddha, M'nashaar, Ma'jhad, Ma'jidid, Mabit, Mabkir, Maelen, Maesar, Magarak, Magdundim, Magundim, Maguzas, Mahiralit, Mahirr, Makam, Makid-ja, Makkhzahr, Makmargo, Maladdak, Maladdiq, Malathan, Malathum, Malihaz-do, Malirzzaka, Malisu, Malizluz, Malkish, Manadzur, Mani, Maniz, Manradh, Manuk, Marafi, Marakar, Marnub, Masrabal-dro, Mathad, Mathal, Mazag, Mazalish, Mazar, Mazha, Mazil-jo, Mazilbin, Mazirul, Mazirzin, Mazou-dar, Mazram, Mazuk, Mazurr, Mehdir, Mezha-dro, Miczen, Miglah, Mikarash, Mikarur, Milaggul, Mim, Minal, Mirarbinat, Mirarkier, Misanir, Misapan, Misar, Mishdu, Mishzin, Mizaraben, Mizarbuk, Mizarjirr, Mizashur, Mizibir, Mizibuk, Mizul, Mohkhu, Moj-argo, Mojakuz, Mulabez, Mulabzag, Mulamin, Mulamurr, Munalur, Munanir, Munyat, Muram, Muramskar, Murdan, Muriman, Muruddal, Muslabeh, Muslabliz, Muzur, Na'jhargo, Nabal-dar, Naburr, Nadara, Nagaddu, Nakjhan, Nakkhu, Nakmargo, Nakra, Nanaglar, Narbhulad-do, Narkir, Narril, Nasimar, Nasir, Nezashun, Nezhad, Nibihu, Nirajlar, Nizil-dar, Nuhar, Nulk, Nur, Nurad, Nur-dro, Nurud, Nuzhi, Nuzon, Nuzuk, Oblan, Ohamatur, Pacrooti, Palkun, Palmur-dra, Panizir, Pillazh, Pinar, Pinirrerr, Pinumur, Puzhbar-jo, Qa'tesh, Qanliz, Ra'darri, Ra'Habasi, Ra-shadda, Rabamak, Raban, Radash-dar, Ragariz, Rainazh, Rajarkir, Rakazuz, Rakgul, Rakhad, Rakhhi, Ralkash-dar, Ranul, Rathsaz, Rathul-do, Ravius, Ravzo-dar, Raynan, Razigad, Razum-dar, Razur, Rehan, Renaku, Renzaiq, Renzir, Ri'darakuz, Ri'shalur, Ri'zaadzin, Ribazh, Rid-Thar-ri'Datta, Rihahaz, Rinam, Rinami, Rinbu, Runik, Runtash, S'jash, S'kinrai, S'rabbi, S'rashi, S'vanez, S'virzum, Sa'dir, Sabanurr, Sabashhad, Sabashur-dar, Sabra, Safir, Sahalu, Sahar, Sahaz, Sahban, Salk, Salkalar, Salku, Sallit, Sallunas, Samamar, Samardan, Sanarskar, Sanaz-dro, Sandu, Sansen-do, Sanzan-dar, Saparr, Sattah, Satuhaz, Savar, Semusa, Senadon, Senun, Serarbar, Shaasharr, Shajamah-ja, Shakara, Shalapaar, Shalubar, Shalirr, Shalubar, Shamal, Shamuniz, Shan-ra, Shansi-sa, Shantin, Shapal-jo, Sharad, Sharaddargo, Sharazka, Sharsheh, Sharul, Shelad, Shelzaka, Shikruz, Shiladur, Shiniraer, Shinizahr, Shintah, Sholas-do, Sholbiri, Shulargo, Shumishun, Shuzaad, Shuzul, Sibud-ja, Sigul-jo, Silat, Sind, Subid, Suhr, Tabil, Tadhargo, Tagin, Tahar-dar, Takaman, Takanasur, Takanazh, Takanradh, Tamshur, Tand, Tarak, Tarlar, Tashmin, Tashpir, Thalar, Tishi, Tubidan, Tulashurr, Turan, Turshan-dar, Turuk, Tuzil-dro, Ubraz, Ulabael, Ulularr, Ululmalit, Unnur, Urjen, Uzarnaym, Uzarrur, Uzernurr, Uzurnarr, Vabin-ja, Valam, Valirr, Vashai, Vashpar, Wadaril, Whickmuz, Yaharati, Yan, Yanabir-ja, Yanalir, Yandzir, Yazhin, Yazhin-dar, Yenadar, Yenar, Zababi, Zaban, Zaban-ma, Zabaseh, Zabashlargo, Zabka, Zabluk, Zaddo, Zahdarr, Zal-sa, Zalkir, Zamhirr, Zan, Zan'hi, Zandal, Zandur, Zantan, Zarbidiran, Zargal, Zarziri, Zaydak, Zemiran, Zhaaruis, Zhaj'hassa, Zharahn, Zhibaral, Zhiranaz, Ziakar, Zibam, Zihlran, Zino, Zur, Zuzik

  • Tamrielic names/titles:

Bad Swimmer, Bentclaw, Bones, Careful-Steps, Chickenthief, Cinder-Tail, Climbs Trees, Cloud Snout, Cold-Eyes, Cooks Fine Things, Coppermane, Crack-Nose, Croak Throat, Deepswimmer, Dustyclaw, Ear-Carver, Eats-Spiders, Eye-Fancy, Filthwhisker, Firebreath, Fish-Smell, Fishbreath, Four-Toes, Freebooter, Grass-Eater, Greedy-Gut, Longclaw, Lowtail, Milk Eyes, Moon-Seeker, Mothcatcher, Nibbletail, Preens-Ears, Quickpaw, Quiet-Paws, Ragged Tail, Redclaws, Red-Ears, River-Breath, Sea-Dreamer, Short-Leash, Silver-Claw, Silver-Paws, Soreheels, Splendid-Paws, Splinter-Paws, Split-Nose, Split-Tongue, Splitwhisker, Steelclaw, Stump Fingers, Sugar-Dance, Sugar-Tail, Tender-Paws, Twitch-Tail

Legends[edit]

Nagh, S'Vanir, Zhanar

Out-of-Game Books[edit]

Hunal, Iffech, J'lasha, Jobasha-do, Keem, Khasha, Lwef-Dim, Ma'rashirr, Ra'tassa, Sha'jal, Zadabal-ra, Zagun-ra

Lore[edit]

Azarrid, Azelit-ra, Cherim, Dro'Zel, Dro'Zira, Ezudash, Helnor, K'Sharra, K'sirr, Kazagh, Khunzar-ri, Mazaram, Mojhad, Nizun-ja, Qa-Dar, Rajhin, S'Riizh, Therris, Zizar-dar, Zoaraym, Zukki-dar

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]

  • Ta'agra names:

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

  • Tamrielic names/titles:

Eye-Fly, Sugar-Lips

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

Online[edit]

  • Ta'agra names:

2x: Badali (1, 2), Burri (1, 2), Dagla (1, 2), Kirai-la (1, 2), Mabeba (1, 2), Muhada (1, 2), Tarrami (1, 2), Zulana (1, 2)
1x: Abadusa, Abahrimaya, Abandarra-la, Abelaya, Abenil, Abernura, Abernura-dra, Abizah, Abuana, Adabibi, Adajadhi, Adara'hai, Adharama-ri, Aba-daro, Adusa-daro, Aelif, Afehaba, Ahainaz-daro, Ahathka, Ahirneriba, Ahmuna-la, Aihrima, Airdeoza, Aireh, Aisarbana, Aitrabhi, Akethi, Amarri, Anala, Anbi, Andarri, Anisha, Arainaz, Araitha, Arimaia, Arrunirai, Aruda, Arumarr-dro, Ashalki, Atahba, Athadda, Atharra, Aza, Azahrr, Azartah, Azbi-ra, Azdazi, Azeriba, Aznabi, Aznara, Azreshilla, Azum, Azuni, Azuruna, Baimarri, Bakkhara, Banobani, Barnibi, Bataba, Bayya, Bazali, Berriza, Bezeni, Bezera, Bilunna, Binsora-la, Bishanti, Bisussah, Biya-daro, Bizinda, Butaba, Chirrhari, Chirsusah, Dadazi, Dagila, Dahari, Daifa, Daiharri, Dakharri, Darali, Dazshi, Dehdri, Dehnarra, Dethadda, Dimarra, Dordura, Dorharai, Dorkrivva, Dortabi, Dorzara, Dulaya, Dunurra, Durrali, Duzi, Duzuni, Ehtayah, Eilara, Ejukki, Elamusa, Elenabi, Elusara-la, Enarri, Ensa-ko, Ensi, Erdama, Ernabi, Erranza, Erunirai, Eshaba, Eshmini-ma, Evani, Ezipa, Ezreba, Fabasi, Fada, Fada-daro, Fadama, Fahana, Falana, Farniri, Fayna, Fedura, Felamusa, Felari, Felira, Feluni, Ferhara, Fezreba, Fihada, Fijirra, Filadi, Hahakil, Haheiba, Hahnissi, Haina-daro, Halitazi-dra, Hamira, Hamirra, Hanali, Hani, Hanubina-ko, Hariba, Harrani, Hashuri-daro, Hatiha, Hayya, Hazari, Heathre, Hedani, Hehayda, Heleni, Hensora, Hezura, Hihainaz, Himalla, Himathaku, Hiyaza, Hizala, Huddima, Hulinda-la, Igarri, Ilanadzeh, Ilara, Ildani, Ilekama, Ilemaka, Inama, Irkki, Irnadza, Irrki, Irsusah, Iruzda, Ishalga, Jainda, Jalamya, Jilarga, Jiluza, Jimila, Jiyya, J'Reeza, Juluda-daro, Jurairia, Jurana, Juranda-ra, Jurni, Kaasha, Kada, Kadalura, Kala, Kalari, Kalarra, Kamunara, Karina, Kasafia, Kashapi, Kauzanabi-jo, Kazargi, Kazarri, Kazdi, Kazirra, Kazra, Khaba, Khaiffi, Khalajo, Khalama, Khali, Khalima, Khana, Khanni, Khara-ko, Khasabi, Khaygi, Khayradani, Khezuli, Khizuna, Khuhari, Khurga, Khurra, Khuzi, Kiasha, Kihrasha, Kubiba-ma, Kulira, Kunamu-la, Kunira-daro, Kurdi, Kurshara-daro, Kurzni, Kuzashi, Kuzda, Kuzrni, Kuzulaza, Lamanu, Laurri, Lazami, Lusha, Maedarri, Maezalaya, Magdi, Mahazi, Mahrima, Maila, Majdi, Malazu, Malbirra, Malira, Mamaea, Manabi, Manarni-la, Mansa, Marali, Marami, Mararanza, Marasadra, Marashi, Marazira, Marra'var, Masarha, Masura-dra, Matani, Matbia, Mathi, Mazduni-daro, Mazu, Melae, Merani, Merani-dra, Mideyah, Milaya, Milira, Mina-diir, Minbazal, Minurta, Mirani, Miranibi, Mirari, Mirudda, Mizahabi, Mizrali, Mobiba, Mubayda, Mulama, Munaea, Mura, Muzuli, Naballi, Nabiha, Nabina-ko, Nabira, Nadahi, Nagarra, Nahdahni, Nahrevii, Naiba, Najirra, Nakala, Nalimeh, Naluza, Namu, Naradani, Naragara, Narahni, Narazda, Narguli, Narrama, Naruza, Narzura, Nayya, Nazala, Neshtat, Nirai, Nubani, Nudabibi, Nuhunza, Nuifa, Nuledhi, Nulla, Nurisipa, Nusana, Nuthanda, Nuzalu, Odaini, Ohama, Oonama, Paadeza, Paaniir, Paathi, Paawelaya, Palami, Pamaea, Pamunara, Panisa, Pathi, Pinirai, Pirharri, Puhnara, Pulaya, Pulemu, Pulu, Punabi, Punala, Punamu, Punirai, Purani, Qa'jhirr, Rabeba, Rabiza, Raehsi, Raeififeh, Raerabhi, Raezargi, Rahiba, Rakalu-daro, Rakkhiza, Ranabi, Ranabia, Rashiha, Rayfa, Razashi, Ra'zaym, Razila, Rejmina, Riba, Riharai, Rihiri, Rihnissi, Rilbirri, Ririna, Sabani, Sabarapa, Sabibi, Sadaifa, Sadara-do, Sahira-daro, Saifa, Salita-ko, Samaea-do, Samati, Samati-ko, Samsu, Sanabi, Sanobani, Sanua-la, Sapila, Sarirna, Sarnibi, Sashawi, Sayya, Sayya-Daro, Sebazi, Sena-daro, Senamu-daro, Sepaea, Serabhi, Sezali, Sezera, Sha'ad, Shabani, Shadazi, Shadeya, Shadura, Shadya, Shalar, Shamaea, Shamara-ma, Shamiri, Shandi, Shara, Shashara, Shasirba, Shausa, Shawia, Shazah, Shiba-dra, Shilaya, Shimsamu, Shirai-ma, Shisuri, Shodara, Shonsora, Shoshmina, Shumiri, Shuni-daro, Shurami-dra, Shuzera, Shuzura, Sibati-dara, Sihada, Sihara, Silezu, Silurra, Sindabi, Sobabe, Sobani, Suhdahni, Sumaea, Surasha, Surdu, Suzabi, Suzali, Tadari, Tahadi, Tahara, Tahayda, Takhiri, Tamaya, Tamu, Taranbari-daro, Taranza, Taseena, Tashishi, Tasisa, Tazadra, Tazia, Tebeba, Teifi, Thadanja, Thahala, Thahiri, Thalara, Thalbaza, Thalinfar, Thamaia, Thanala, Thathali, Thazahrr, Tinti, Tirusa, Tohiba, Tsamabi, Tsamara, Tsanji, Tsarali, Tsazrebi, Tsigara, Tsigila, Tubabi, Tuharrii, Tukhari, Tulira, Tumira, Tunasi, Tunsanti, Turap'su, Udamaji, Udanta, Uhiratu, Umisashi, Unishi, Unjasi, Urbani, Urilumezi, Urizali, Urjurra, Urzashi, Uzipa, Vabashi, Vahara, Vahazi, Vaifa, Valashi, Varisipa, Vasanha, Vath'ira, Vykosa, Watzhi, Yabizah, Yahba, Yahirai, Yahiri, Yamaea, Yamanu-ko, Yana, Yanadzi-jo, Yansora, Yansun, Yanu-ma, Yasana, Yazita, Yenabi, Yutahbah, Zabani, Zabdi, Zadai, Zadala, Zaeri, Zahanabi, Zaharai, Zahba, Zaheida, Zahra, Zaiba, Zaimira, Zaina, Zainabaza, Zainjhad, Zairan, Zairuni, Zaizami, Zajinni, Zalapu, Zalar-do, Zalasu, Zalayza, Zalema, Zalinra, Zalirra, Zalmimi, Zalurrah, Zara, Zarri, Zashanti, Zayansora, Zayaza, Zayshara, Zazabhuki, Zazalah, Zazanisa, Zazarghi, Zebabi, Zebatba-ko, Zebba, Zenira, Zeria, Zeriba, Zessura, Zetisha, Zibakka, Zirani, Zithana, Zithiri, Zukhara-daro, Zunala, Zurana, Zurka

  • Tamrielic Names/titles:

Ashenfur, Bark-Scraper, Black-Paw, Blood-Fangs, Broketooth, Burnscar, Cleverclaws, Crazy Eye, Curled-Paw, Damp-Tail, Dawnwalker, Dog-Bite-Me, Dusk Singer, Elf-Biter, Fancy-Fur, Fast-Claw, Feathers, Fishcatcher, Gnaws-on-Tail, Iron-Ear, Kink-Tail, Madame Bellyscratch, Moon-Draughts, Moonclimber, Mouse, Nineclaws, Noisy-Hunter, The Ratcatcher, Shadow-Claws, Shifty Eyes, Silent-Cry, Silversteel, Silvertongue, Skyward-Eyes, Smallpaws, Soft-Fur, Softpurr, Spot Nose, Sugar-Claws, Sugarbreath, Twice Ready, Twice-Lucky, Uncomfortable-at-Sea, Wet-Whiskers, Wheelbreaker, Windsinger, Wrong One

Out-of-Game Books[edit]

Kishra-do, Lesspa, M'Kai, Sharwa, Tsani, Zara

Lore[edit]

Ahnissi, Aishah, Anahbi, Anequina, Anurassa, Bezumi, Bhisha, Hasaama, Jazadi, Kish'na, Mizaba-ko, Mizzi, Munilli, Naamah, Rathuni-la, Shizahi-jo, Sirahai-daro, Tazzie, Thazahrr, Thazahrr-ra, Vazshara

  • Tamrielic Names/titles:

Dawnwhisker, Goldfang, Sharp-Tongue

Khajiit Surnames[edit]

Since Redguard, Khajiit as a rule do not have family names, but in the earlier games they did. In Legends, once more a Khajiit appeared whose surname may be a family name.

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

Morrowind[edit]

  • Suffix Names:

the Liar

Oblivion[edit]

  • Suffix Names:

the Keeneye, the Liar

Skyrim[edit]

  • Suffix Names:

the Clean, the Liar

Online[edit]

  • Suffix Names:

the Alarmist, the Beachwalker, the Bold, the Equivocal, the Forgotten, the Irreverent, the Liar, the Magnificent, the Overcautious, the Reaper, the Short, the Sleek, the Smuggler, the Wanderer

  • Prefix Names:

Adhazabi, Krin

Legends[edit]

Tabav

Lore[edit]

Goldfang, Snarlsbane

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Khajiiti HonorificsLady Radurra-dra of Torval
  2. ^ Honorific of Ildrasai-daro
  3. ^ Abah's Landing Merchant Lords, V. 4Tamonir, Master of Secrets
  4. ^ Honorific of Adharama-ri

Note: the following references are not from official sources. They are included to provide a rounder background to this article, but may not reflect established lore.

  1. ^ a b c d e Interview With Three BooksellersDouglas Goodall, Todd Howard and Ken Rolston