This names generator gives you 15 random names for world trees, living trees and related mythological plants. World plants are a popular life force in a number of mythologies. Norse mythology's Yggdrasil is perhaps the best known, but world trees can be found around the world and in a smaller Tree of Life type form. In their tales, all of them have a certain sort of a World Tree or Life Tree from China to America, from Africa to Mongolia and from different European cultures to different religions. Some of these trees have quickly translated names like "Austras koks" (Tree of Dawn Latvian). Or "yax imix che," which means the Mayan name of a tree with plenty of blue and green. This generator of names concentrates on those titles, but covers a broader variety of topics for more diversity. You can then translate the name back into a different (fictional) language in order to get a name similar to the above.
To generate another 15 random names you just have to press the button. With every click 15 new names are generated.
A world tree, in most cultures and religions, is a symbol representing the interplay of all things. The world tree is, for many religions and philosophies, a representation of the cycle of life, death, and rebirth, as well as the balance between these elements. It's a symbol for life itself, as well as a sign of balance in everything that surrounds us. For Indo-Europeans, the world tree was known as the serpentine tree, which symbolized the struggle between good and evil. In most Native American religions, the world tree was called the sacred tree, which represented the struggle between nature and civilization.
This symbol has existed through the ages, however. The earliest symbolic representation of this idea is found in Egyptian paintings of the time of the pyramids. The sacred tree was used to represent the sun, which was the source of light for humanity, and to represent life. The concept of the world tree also became popular in early Christianity, especially during the time of the Roman Catholic Church. The world tree became the source of spiritual guidance, for the Christians of the Middle Ages, as well. It's symbolism continued to evolve over the centuries, until it came into its modern form in the early 20th century. Today, a world tree has a more utilitarian purpose: to provide shade for a home or business, and to prevent damage caused by sunlight or rain.
Because of its usefulness as a symbol, the world tree has been used for centuries to decorate buildings, gardens, and homes. It can be seen in parks, gardens, businesses, schools, and even museums. It can be decorated with various leaves, branches, and flowers. This symbol can have a profound effect on a person's life, so that a simple piece of art can turn into an important part of their life. A world tree can be used in different ways in a person's life, from decorating a home, to making a gift basket, to hanging in a church. There are many ways that the world tree can help people to make positive changes, so that the world around them is a better place.