Lore:Khajiit Names

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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 or hyphen. During the mid-Second Era, suffixed honorifics were the norm, with prefixed honorifics being seen as a fashionable fad among the youth of Alabaster.[1] Some names have both a pre- and suffixed title, although that is considered foolish by some.[2] Capitalization in Khajiit names varies: The name after a prefix can have either a capital or minuscule first letter, while suffixes are usually—but not always—minuscule. The meanings of the pre- and suffixes are as follows:[UOL 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

Similar to Argonians, some Khajiit have a Tamrielic name or title that they go by in place of, or in addition to, their usual name.

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, Krin 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

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]

Cherim, Helnor, K'Sharra, 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]

  • 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, Adhazabi 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, Anurassa, Bhisha, Kish'na, Mizaba-ko, Rathuni-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

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 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

Lore[edit]

Dawnwhisker, Snarlsbane

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Khajiiti HonorificsLady Radurra-dra of Torval
  2. ^ Jobasha's dialogue in Morrowind

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. ^ Interview With Three BooksellersDouglas Goodall, Todd Howard and Ken Rolston