This generator will generate 15 random names, usually named after natural elements such as plant names or geographic areas and the names tend to sound nice. That's the case for this generator too. The last names are a combination of two words, most of which are also naturally related. After all, certain names will sound darker and more mysterious because not all fairies are nice and innocent, some are wicked, vile and evil. I have had a number of 'evil fairy' names submissions, so you'll find them here, too.
To generate another 15 random names you just have to press the button. With every click 15 new names are generated.
For many people, the word "fairy" has an association with magic or fairy tales, even if it has been adopted by the wider public. For others, "fairy" refers to all fairies. There are actually a lot of different types of fairy and the different fairy names can be used for reference purposes. You can also use some of the fairy names in fantasy games, as you may not have thought about a particular character until they have already been introduced into the story. Fantasy writers often use fairy names to give a character personality and a unique way of sounding like a fairy, instead of using the same name from other stories. Many people don't like the idea of using fairy names in their own lives, as it makes them seem childish and weird, but when you are writing a fantasy novel, the best thing to do is leave it up to the imagination.
Fantasy fans are usually more open to the idea of using fairy names than non-fans are. For example, many people would think that "Cinderella" is a name that is only appropriate for a Cinderella story. However, you could consider "The Fairy Queen" a name appropriate for your book. You have probably heard the story about the Fairy Queen and her daughter, The Fairy Godmother. The Fairy Godmother is called "The Little Green Fairy" and she's a female fairy that is very kind and gentle.
In order for you to use fairy names in your story, you will need to make sure that you use words that are not too common and are different from the names that are common. If your audience is mostly women, then you should consider a feminine name, such as "Linda", "Ellen", or "Christina". However, if you are writing a book that is predominantly men, you will want to stick with masculine names and avoid feminine ones. If you are working on a fantasy novel that will be sold for children, you might want to think about using a fairy as a character in a male voice, such as "Gingerbread"Teddy".