This name generator can produce 15 names appropriate for the Star Wars universe Selonian species. Selonians are small, hairy, ferret-like creatures with retractable paws, a flexible spine and the ability to see in the dark. Selonians care deeply for their dens, which is their primary concern on a regular basis, and consider the needs of all to outweigh the needs of themselves as individuals. Selonian names have many more rough sounding elements to them, but not to the extent of being difficult names to pronounce, in most cases anyway. Unfortunately, only 4 male names are recognized, partly because only 1 out of 100 born Selonians is male, and that meant that we took some artistic license for names in this generator, but not a lot.
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The Selonian race is the race from the planet, Selonian, which is part of the New Republic. The Selonian were in the Galactic Republic until the Separatists took over their home planet. The Selonian were not able to defeat the Separatists and so many were turned into mindless slaves. Some of those who had been captured were used as brainwashed slaves.
One of the most famous Selonian names is that of Obi-Wan Kenobi, played by Anakin Skywalker in the Star Wars series. Most of the names of Selonian have a meaning associated with them and so a number of interesting names can be derived from this. These include: Anak, Bala, Brax, Cestus, Delilah, Ewoks, GoGo, Hapan, Jawa, Mieeko, and Roo-Roo. Each of these names is taken from some form of a phrase. The most famous of these is Aayla Secura, played by Carrie Fisher, and the first of her six children.
The name "Obi-Wan Kenobi" can be easily derived from a few different sources. The first is the surname "Anakin" which means "younger brother"son of an older brother". Another option is that of "Obi" meaning "lightning"Wan" meaning "force". The final possibility is "Obi-wan" meaning "old brother". The pronunciation can also be guessed by looking at how it is written as it was in the original screenplay. It starts with the "O" followed by two "I's".