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Forest Gnome Name Generator & Guide

“Hey, little one.” – the small gnome whispered to an even smaller squirrel. As if the animal understood his smile, it didn’t flinch. “Old Bixi would never hurt you, you know that, right?” – he asked as he petted the squirrel.

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Charlene Chomsky

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Bitsy Horcusporcus

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Odafi Dignugget

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Solita Oceanmotion

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Forest gnomes are very small creatures, even for Gnome standards, as they are around 2’5” tall and weigh around 30 pounds. They are very shy and they keep their forest homes well hidden. So much so, they are repeatedly “discovered” by others.

They would like nothing more than to be ignored by other races as they shun away from them. On the other hand, they are very friendly within their own kind, as well with the animals living in the area. They can also communicate with them.

Their homes are made in such a way that they don’t affect nature in a negative way. They are fond of jewelry and gems, and while they make and use tools, they dislike axes as they are used for cutting the trees down.

Forest Gnome Last Names

While Forest gnomes have family names, many are given their own unique nicknames that take the role of a surname, mostly for easier reference.

  • Bunnyhop
  • Bodywinkle
  • Curdlemilk
  • McGibbles
  • Slyfox
  • Wiseword
  • Rainbowmaker
  • Sugarsocks
  • Wetbottom
  • Longbeard
  • Winkyface
  • Hedgehog
  • Softspeech
  • Nightowl
  • Sleepypants
  • Berrycheeks
  • Shroomeyes
  • Greengrass
  • Talltree
  • Smallbush

Female Forest Gnome Names

Everyone contributes to the community by working hard, but when they come home, they are likely to enjoy music, singing and decorating. Something every home needs.

  • Darra Magee
  • Demi Upperskirt
  • Jenna Tinkler
  • Kiara Nimbledigit

Kierna Paintedclown

Found a nice way to mix earthly colors from natural ingredients which makes her the best home decorator in the community. Or so she says. 

  • Koemi Grimboodle
  • Maleah Oceanmotion
  • Miette McGibbles
  • Miki Fizzlebottom
  • Nina WetButton
  • Piera Peppermint

Posy Nibbler

Never seen without some kind of food, she quickly got an appropriate nickname. It’s not certain who eats more, her or her two squirrels.

  • Rosine Dimbuckle
  • Rowana Finn
  • Shanna McKraken
  • Solita Boddyhop
  • Tawnie Yergarden
  • Teagan HoneyBuns

Tulla Sparkspinner

The first female in the community to show interest in tool making. The way she shapes them as she works is a sight to behold.

  • Viveca Curdlemilk
  • Whitley Nocktonick
  • Yves Barkhide
  • Zita Reese
  • Aripine Pingun
  • Bingles Nucklestamp

Male Forest Gnome Names

Their society is a fairly loose gerontocracy, and while any gender is known to advise, males mostly show more interest in that.

  • Coty Minikek
  • Egan Fearypants
  • Jelsar Floppyfeet
  • Kiary Heavyplum
  • Kierno Sparklytoes
  • Koemi Sugarsocks

Lilol Jumpingsquirrel

Lilol showed an affinity for high ground, namely trees, from a young age. Running, jumping, free-falling, he’s done it all.

  • Knaz Softpeach
  • Krankle Slyfox
  • Lilliput Muckbuckle
  • Maloah Cumberbatch
  • Mietti Bumblebottom
  • Merry Tegginuckey
  • Miki Millybonk
  • Ninor Breakenbrack

Nirbert Clockmort

Despite the thick forest canopy which blocks the sun most of the time, he always seems to know what time of day it is.

  • Nipsy Nickleplenty
  • Odafi Dignugget
  • Orsys Rainbowmake
  • Orlo Mocklaw
  • Orgyra Waywocket

Pieri Dinwiddie

Pieri is all about fish. Catching fish, preparing fish, cooking fish, eating fish. Did we mention he likes fish?

  • Posy Sprocket
  • Peanut Tikklekins
  • Penn Superplum

Forest gnomes keep to their secret and secluded homes, deep in a forest. The rare ones that do leave, do so out of sheer necessity. If you want to play a jovial creature with many different abilities, along with a very good reason to travel, play a Forest gnome.

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Ozren Kalember
As DM and a Storyteller, I very much enjoy all of the aspects of D&D. Creating characters, dialogues, plots, and stories are some of my passions and I'm very happy being able to share some of them here, at Codex Nomina.

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