This generator will call you 15 randomly called minotaurs and the like. A minotaur is a creature with a man's body and a bull's head. In this generator we included female and neutral names, too, but in most fictional works women "minotaurs" are often not included. The first minotaur was called "Asterion," and in this generator we used that name and other names types. This indicates that some names have Greek roots, while others are more guttural. There are several different variants today, so we have tried to make sure names for these types are available , especially because some generators with only Greek names exist already.
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The Minotaur of Greek Mythology is perhaps best known for its appearance in the opening scene of the Odyssey, where Jason and his friends are thrown from their ship on a small island by an attack from the sea-creating beast. Jason's exploits in the Odyssey actually seem to correlate more to the legendary hero Than the Jason of Homer and the Argonauts may hope. At first, Jason battles the monster - who, in a twist to typical myth, is actually a human cursed by witchcraft to be this vicious bull-like monster. He is so ferocious that it devours its own tail in order to escape capture. Eventually Jason and his fellow Argonauts manage to drive the monster back with the help of the goddess Athena.
For some reason, the Minotaur' story was adapted into a feature-length movie in 1980 - though it was soon canceled following a public outcry over the graphic violence depicted in the film. The Minotaur, on the other hand, has never been wholly eliminated from Greek mythology. Instead, Jason, the son of Poseidon, was transformed into the monster by an enchantress, who used magical powers to make Jason lose his humanity. Afterward, Jason chose to fight against evil, and his sacrifice ensured the survival of mankind.
So which female minotaur names would you choose for your daughter? It is unlikely that you would have a choice between Achilles or Ajax - but what about the fierce warrior and healer, Medusa? Or would you go for the immortal maiden, Pandora, who is known for her wisdom, and who guarded the gates to the underworld. Or, would you prefer the beautiful and mysterious maiden, Polyphemus, who can turn herself into a snake and can speak to people?