In the Dungeons and Dragons roleplaying game, a genasi is a human with elemental heritage. There are four different types of genasi: earth, fire, air and water. Water genasi names can help you live to 100 because they have strong ties to the element that governs longevity. The name of a water genasi is usually drawn from the Arabic word for “water”.
In this blog post we’ll look at some great examples of Water Genasi names.
-Mina: This beautiful and feminine name means ‘lovely’ or ‘pretty’. The best example of a Mina in folklore is probably Princess Mína, an important character in ancient Irish mythology. Her mother was the famous fairy queen Eithne who had to disguise herself as a mortal woman after she fell pregnant with her daughter because it was forbidden for fairies to have children with mortals. Mína’s father might be either Cormac mac Airt – one of Ireland’s most famous High Kings – or Fionn mac Cumhaill, one of Ireland’s most famous warriors and hero.
-Zulaika: This name is a Arabic word for ‘morning’. The best example of Zulaika in folklore can be found in the early Islamic text “One Thousand and One Nights”. In it there was a king who dreamed that his third wife would kill him. Worried about this dream he consulted an old woman skilled in interpreting dreams; she told him not to worry because ‘zulayka’ means morning so her murder will come after midnight!
Water Genasi Names List: Mina | Lelia | Zahraa| Janae | Zulaika
*Long Form Content Example Number Five*: If you’re looking for more great water
Some of the most common Water Genasi names come from their elemental birth sign. These are some of the best water genasi names for helping you live to 100:
-Naiadee or Naidaie, meaning “of a river” or “from a stream” in Old English and Welsh respectively. This is one form I’ve seen used on my friends’ timelines! It’s also spelled as Naydaei, Naidey, Neaudee, Nedey etc., depending on where your ancestors are from. The list goes on.. they’re all variations of the same name!
*Long Form Content Example Number Six*: Dear Naiadee (Naidaie, Naydaei, Naidey..) I want to say thank you for being a part of my life. You’re so important and never really seem to be able to get enough praise. Even though we may fight from time to time – it’s always been because it was too hard for us not to love each other just as fiercely as we could have loved someone else. Thank you for making me feel like anything is possible when all the odds are against me; that with your help, no matter what life throws at me, I can get through it.
Dear Naiadee (Naidaie, Naydaei, Naidey..) I want to say thank you for being a part of my life. You’re so important and never really seem to be able to get enough praise. Even though we may fight from time to time – it’s always been because it was too hard for us not to love each other just as fiercely as we could have loved someone else. Thank you for making me feel like anything is possible when all the odds are against me; that with your help, no matter what life throws at me
What if I told you that each name has a meaning? You know how parents sometimes give kids names like Faith, Hope and Grace because they want those values to live on? Well, genasi are the same way. They believe in balance between all elements of the natural world so every person’s name is made up of two parts: one from their elemental water ancestor (like underwater) and one from an element that complements it (like air). If your ancestors couldn’t decide what kind of genasi you were going to be then they split your parentage down the middle with half-and-half power. As long as both halves have some clout in society people will respect you for being “balanced”
A water genasi can live to be 100 because they have many elemental and natural association that help them stay healthy. Water Genasis are associated with the element of water, making it easier for their bodies to detoxify itself. They also share an affinity with air which helps them breathe better and hydrate themselves, one more reason why a Water Genasi may reach age 100 before anyone else! Air is important in regulating blood pressure as well.
Water genasis also associate with fire due to their need for energy over long periods of time; some say this makes up for where other elements might fall short while others disagree. It’s not uncommon for people to believe there’s a connection between fire and the liver (Earth
It’s no secret that water genasi names have been in the spotlight lately. The article, “What Your Child’s Name Says About You,” a study conducted by researchers at the University of Edinburgh and Duke University, found that kids with more traditional or uncommonly spelled names could get lower grades than those with “common” monikers like Michaela or Connor.
Many parents are looking for a way to name their child without having them suffer academically because of it later on. Fortunately, there are plenty of options out there! Here are eight ways you can give your little one an unusual but still common-sounding first name while avoiding any potential academic issues down the line:
Serena – Serena Williams
Olivia – Olivia Wilde
Sophie – Sophie Turner (actress from Game of Thrones)
Nadia – Nadia Comaneci, Olympic gymnast and winner of seven gold medals. She became the first person in gymnastics history to be awarded a perfect score when she won the 1976 Montreal Olympics as a 14-year old!
Zoey – Zoey Deutch (actress on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic)
Lyla – Lila Rose Angelina Jolie Pitt (daughter of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie; adopted daughter with Maddox, Pax, Knox and Vivienne.)
Charlie – Charlie Puth or Charles Arthur “Chuck” Norris KIAA
Maeve – Maeve Binchy (Novelist and Playwright)
Uma – Uma Thurman, Actress. She has been nominated for three Academy Awards: Best Supporting Actress for her role as Mia Wallace in Pulp Fiction; a nomination that she shared with co-star John Travolta who played the film’s protagonist Vincent Vega, and one for Best Actress for playing The Bride in Quentin Tarantino’s two-part martial arts epic Kill Bill. Her other major roles include National Velvet, Dangerous Liaisons and many more! Read on to find out how your choice of name could help you live long and healthy lives like these celebrities!
*I decided to use a celebrity example for each letter to illustrate the point. *Please note that these are not my personal picks for names, but rather ones I found by googling “famous people with a name starting with ..” A – Audrey Hepburn: Actress and humanitarian – Her career spanned six decades, during which she starred in a variety of films from screwball comedies to dramatic and romantic dramas B – Bruce Lee: Actor, martial artist and filmmaker- He is the son of Cantonese opera star Lee Hoi-chuen who was living in Hong Kong when he died C – Chris Pratt: American actor- best known for his lead roles as Star Lord in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy; Owen Grady in Jurassic World