World of Warcraft Orc Name Generator & Guide

“I invoke Mak’gora.” – the young Orc exclaimed, silencing all other around him. As they slowly started to gather, forming a circle, his eyes were fixed on his rival, the chieftain who has always tormented him and made him feel like the runt of the litter. “Well, well, if it isn’t little Grach Lowbones. You dare challenge me, boy!?”

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Tracing their lineage back to stone giants and even titans from long ago. Living as shamanistic clans, they were tricked by the demons and the traitors of their own kind into drinking demon blood, which made all who drank to obey their new masters.

Battling on their own world, and on Azeroth as well, they now live on Kalimdor in huge cities but also small settlements as well. They are proud, strong, and like to boast, sing, feast, and fight. Weakness is not to be tolerated in almost all clans.

Orcs can be selfish, but also spiritual and honorable, bringing some of the more positive traits to the table. Orcs are proud of their names and some good examples are Del Noseguard, Esha Quicksmoke, and Morguk Goreaxe.

Female Orc Names

There is no place for weakness and females Orcs are just as capable as the males. While perhaps not completely equal in raw strength, they can easily outmatch others by a combination of skill, vigor, and toughness.

  • Gorgonna
  • Gamora
  • Lokgra
  • Grekka
  • Merga

Torgah

Hunter and the best bow user in the clan, she can shoot while running, and hit her target nine times out of ten. If you saw her doing that, without knowing who it was, you could mistake her for an elf; she’s that good. Along with her trusty black wolf, they hunt anything they want.

  • Krekka
  • Golkra
  • Zorrana
  • Nokka
  • Kuhga
  • Unge

Zugatha

As a former scout in Ashenvale, she’s used to being in enemy territory to the point that she feels almost lost in safety. While she is currently having her well-deserved rest back in the clan’s camp, she’s already longing for danger and the unknown, where she feels most alive.

  • Ehkeva
  • Gamdi
  • Zetoma
  • Shoti
  • Sanege

Ehgi

Being frail and somewhat shorter than the average Orc, she uses her agility, stealth, cat-like movement, and long-distance stamina to fight her foes. While she doesn’t get the respect she deserves, her actions have certainly made others pause and think before trying to do something to hurt her.

  • Draka
  • Shemra
  • Grengha
  • Tornu
  • Mezra
  • Rigmarra

Male Orc Names

Feasting and fighting, there’s not much else an Orc loves more. They love a challenge and most always feel up to the task, even if the truth is otherwise. On the battlefield, even a dozen orcs can be a sight to behold, howling as they cleave through the enemy.

  • Blackhand
  • Thrall
  • Orgrim
  • Nerzhul
  • Grommash
  • Durotan

Zaar

Once considered the runt of the litter, he grew up to be a great warrior, the best one among his clan. During his travels, he met a young Tauren named Agron, with whom he bonded during an ambush that they both survived thanks to their team work. They have been good friends ever since.

  • Drakthar
  • Garad
  • Rend
  • Malkorok
  • Kringar

Grishnaar

A shaman of the old code, kind, honorable, and always ready to help those in need. One day he was simply gone. No message, and no trail left as if he vanished into thin air. He was never seen again.

  • Killrogg
  • Kargath
  • Cromush
  • Nekros
  • Nazgrel
  • Ragnok

Eitrigg

A veteran of the First and Second war, he’s the orc that met Tirion Fordring. He fought him in an honorable duel, only to then save him as the building collapsed on them. The story they share is a story of honor and respect.

  • Rokaro
  • Samuro
  • Zuluhed
  • Orkus
  • Rothgar

Mag’har Orc Names

Mag’har are uncorrupted orcs that haven’t drunk the demonic blood, thus avoiding the taint of bloodlust. They take pride in staying true to their nature and old ways.

  • Gorrash
  • Garm
  • Drandar
  • Jorin
  • Ishi

Cromush

One of the first orcs to run into corrupted counterparts of his race, he quickly warned his clan of what he saw. For the time being, they managed to stay hidden, but as the time passed by, no Mag’har will manage to stay truly distant to the dangers that the demonic blood brings with it.

  • Aggralan
  • Geyah
  • Kashur
  • Kaz
  • Fyrra

Halea

Her healing powers have always come in handy, and even other clans sometimes ask for her help. She’s always more than happy to help and so she’s also known as Brightlight across the region.

  • Darma
  • Bugrash
  • Worthag
  • Kartag
  • Olgrog
  • Ghorza

Umbhra

The champion of his clan. He uses both hands when he fights, using his force and skill to wield Blood and Thunder, his trusted axe and mace. With a warrior with such skills, as well as the ability to teach the young Orcs how to fight, the clan’s future looks bright indeed.

  • Durzal
  • Surgy
  • Greram
  • Kerde
  • Bormgar
  • Suzrak

Strong, proud, and honorable, with a somewhat primitive and clan-oriented lifestyle, Orcs are a very interesting race. The best of them prove to be worthy allies who hold to their words and promises and would die before breaking the oath. The worst of them are sly, cunning, and treacherous creatures, caring only about themselves and their own personal goals. Shamanism and spirituality still have a place in their lives, and the thought of an honorable race still occupies the minds of most of their kind. Create an Orc, come up with a worthy name which your enemies will utter in terror, while your allies will sing you praises, and venture on through the world that awaits you.

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Ozren Kalember
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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