What's a good family name for fictional royalty?
I used the name 'Hayden', but I'm not sure it sounds that posh. Opinions?
- Anonymous7 months ago
- bluebellbkkLv 77 months ago
I'm interested to see that two people have asked what 'posh' means. It's very common in the UK, but I thought it was used in the US too.
It means something like 'self-consciously upper-class'. It is NOT the same as 'snobbish'.
- deniseLv 77 months ago
- 7 months ago
Nobody pays any real attention to a royal families last name, till they're no longer the royal family.
Nobody has cared that the Windsors changed their name since England stopped fighting Germans.
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- PhilLv 57 months ago
In which part of the world ?
- Katrina E.Lv 77 months ago
Sort of depends on the location and culture of your fictional country. Some suggestions:
De La Roche
- AndrewLv 77 months ago
I think Ó'Branagáin would be a good name, it's not a bit muck-savage, is it?
- pianomanLv 77 months ago
You're the author, select whatever name you want to. What does posh mean?
- MarliLv 77 months ago
What is the nationality of their House?
Look up the early history of that nation. Find names of posh sounding nobility. Malatesta or Montefiore in I taly for example.
- RobinLv 77 months ago
what does 'posh' mean