The table contains 100 base names, with meanings if known, together with alternate spellings for some of them, resulting in ore than 100 different possible results.
The names are from the Manx Gaelic language native to the Isle of Man, between Britain and Ireland.
To use the table, either roll d100 to generate a random result, or select one manually.
Here is a sample result from the table:
49. Fenella. Meaning: Fair shoulder. Alternatives: Fingola, Finola
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