Job Names

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(Female names)

 

Cresent: old french: On who creates

Edibe (eh-deh-beh): turkish: Writer

Fallon: irish: In charge

Gala: swedish: Singer

Gyspy: old english: Wanderer

Kambo: african: Must work for everything

Kane (kah-nee): japanese: The doubly-accomplished

Kari: persian: Hard-working

Kineta: greek: Active one

Lyris (leer-ihs): greek: Player of the Lyre

Makalani (mah-kah-lah-nee): kenyan: One skilled in writing

Mima: latin: Actress

Monica: latin: The counselor

Monique: french: Advisor

Musherrah (moo-sher-rah): muslim: Counselor

Nata-Akon: native american: Expert canoeist

Pandita: hindu: Scholar

Peni: hawaiian: Weaver

Piper: old english: A pipe player

Samantha: aramaic: Listener

Saqi (sah-kee): persian: Cup bearer

Scenica: latin: Actress

Senta (seen-tah): old german: Assistant

Seyyal: turkish: Traveller

Shadiyah: muslim: Singer

Tanaka: japanese: Dweller

Vanda: slavic: Wanderer

Yarmilla: slavic: Merchant


(Male names)

 

Argus: greek: A watchful guard

Aleator: latin: Gambler

Aurifex: latin: Gold-smith

Carter: old english: A cart driver

Comoedus: latin: Comedian, comic actor

Cormac/Cormack/Cormick: gaelic: Chariot Driver

Daklugie: apache: Grabber

Daly: gaelic: Advisor

Damian: greek: Tamer

Deacon: greek: Servant; messenger

Dean: latin: Presiding official

Decker: belgian: Roofer

Dempster: old english: Judge

Ferran: arabic: Baker

Finn: norwegian: Laplander

Fisk: swedish: Fisherman

Fuller: english: Clothing presser

Gregory: latin: Watchman

Harith (hah-reeth): north african: Cultivator

Harper: english: Harp player

Histrio: latin: Actor, stage-player

Jal: english gypsy: Wanderer

Janitor (jah-neh-tohr): latin: Gate-keeper

Jarvis: old english: Driver

Jasper: persian: Treasurer

Kateb: arabic: Writer

Kiefer: german: Barrel-maker

Lamont: norse: Lawyer

Mercer: latin: Merchant

Meyer: german: A farmer

Nantan: apache: Spokesman

Nokar: persian: Servant

Paxton: teutonic: trader

Porter: latin: Keeper of the gate

Ramiro: basque: Great Judge

Ravid: hebrew: Wander

Rendor: hungarian: Policeman

Sammon: arabic: Grocer

Scully: irish: Town crier

Sargent (sahr-gent): french: To serve

Sergio: italian: Attendant

Smith: old english: Occupational name “blacksmith”

Tanner: old english: Leather- worker

Thatcher: old english: Roof thatcher

Tucker: mid english: A tucker or fuller of cloth

Tyler: old english: Maker of bricks or tiles

Wagner: dutch: Wagon driver


(Both)

 

Skyler: dutch: Scholar

Taylor: old english: A tailor