This name generator will send you 15 random names for Calormenes part of the Narnia Universe Chronicles. The Calormene Empire is an empire in the south of Narnia and is bordered to the north by the Great Desert, which has stopped the Calormenes from attacking both the Narnia Kingdom and the Archenland Kingdom. Calormene was founded following the exile of the outlaws from Archenland, and fled to the then barren lands of what is now Calormen. The empire expanded and expanded as more and more land was conquered and they soon set their sights on Archenland and Narnia as well. Calormen names are relatively plain, melodic and have a touch of Arabic to them. There were plenty of male names to work with, but sadly just a few female names, so we built on those with some of our own feedback, but we agree that the names still fit well within the current names of Calormen overall.
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Two books in C S Lewis' popular young adult trilogy Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe - the first book of the series - paints a disturbing portrait of the Calormen, the evil racist overlords of Narnia, who are portrayed as both culturally accepting and politically incorrect. Throughout the text the Calormen are constantly marked both culturally and religiously as Arab, either as servants of a harem or the victims of forced marriages, arranged marriages and facial hair marking status in the society. Despite this, they have also been granted special powers of protection by their lord - such as protection from a witch-hunt and the ability to heal - and so are not truly evil and certainly not represented as such by the Narnian population at large.
The second book, Chronicles of Narnia: The Last Battle, expands on this theme, portraying the Calormen as a far more sinister group who take pleasure in the suffering and humiliation of others. For most of the book, the Calormen are shown as evil, cruel, and scheming, even if their cruelty and scheming are directed toward others who are of a different ethnicity, religion or race - as most people in Narnia were not. Their true target is, of course, Prince Phillip, who they see as a threat to their rule, but who has been chosen by the main characters to be their servant.
When the book ends, Prince Phillip and his army defeat the Calormen and seize Narnia for themselves. Their leader, Calormen, is executed for her role in the plot and is then forced into hiding, where she plots the return of her hated master. In The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, her final words are a chilling warning to her followers of what they must do if the curse on her head is lifted, "And there it is, you will know the answer. Your blood will not cleanse me."