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Kallisto Syrakosia: First name based on Kalos or more so its superlative, Kallistos, meaning beautiful. Syrakosia is the adjective form of Syrakousai, Anglicized as Syracuse.
Kallistrata Pellaia: First anme based on Kalos (beautiful) and Stratos (army), last name Pellaia adjective of Pella, the name of the capital of Ancient Kingdom of Macedonia after Archelaos III moved the capital there from Aigai, modern Vergina.
Hypatia Pydnaia: Hypatia is the feminine form of Hypatos meaning supreme (or in the times of Byzantine, "of the consuls"), and also the name of a Neoptolemaic mathematician who is a partial model for the character. Pydnaia is the adjective form of Pydna, the town near which the Battle of Pydna was fought.
Stratonike Attalida: First name based on Stratos (army), and Nike (victory). Last name Attalida refers to the Attalid dynasty (original term Attalides. lit. "of Attalos")
Eurydike Alkmaionida: First name based on Eurus/Eurys (wide) and Dike (justice). Last name Alkmaionida means "of Alkmaion." In historical perspective, the Alkmaionids claim descendant from Alkmaion who is the grandson of Nestor.
Lysistrata Amphipolita: First name based on Lysis (loosening, dissolution), and Stratos (army), and also the name of the eponymous character in Aristophanes's play. Amphipolita means "of Amphipolis," a city in Greek region of Macedonia and also a city formerly founded by Athenaioi settlers.
Kang: The McCune–Reischauer and Yale transliteration of 强, literally meaning "strong." The more accurate transliteration is gang.
Tae Jong: Tae Jong is the Korean pronunciation of 太宗, a regal title used in Korea and China. In Korea, the most notable king with this title is Lee Bang-Won, 3rd king of Joseon Dynasty. It is not his real first name.
Mi Ae: Transliteration of 美愛, former meaning "beauty" and latter meaning "love".
Yuri/Yu Ri: Transliteration of 宥利, former meaning "forgiving", and latter meaning "benefit/profit." The Chinese characters for the first name is exactly the one used to name the Fin.K.L. member Sung Yu-ri.
Ho Young: Transliteration of 虎營, former meaning "tiger" and latter "manage"
Gyu Ri: Transliteration of 揆悧, former meaning "estimate" and latter "clever"
Sung Hoon: Transliteration of 成勳, former meaning "accomplish", latter "merit"
Teddy Kaplan: Dimunitive of Theodore, based on Theos (deity) and doros (gift)
Strauss Gauss: Strauss is actually a common German surname, associated with ostriches and the location Straus, or based on the word "struz" meaning quarrel.
Cherry Laplace: Dimunitive of Charity
Hye Ri Wang: Korean Transliteration of 王惠利 in the Western Order (Eastern order Wang Hye Ri). 王 means king, and is a Chinese surname not used by native Koreans. The name 惠利 means "grace" and "benefit" respectively.
Strategoi: literally generals. It is a self-reference on my part to the android species in which Kallistrata is the first.
Phylagoras Megistos Massaliotes: Phylagoras an alternative form of Pylagoras, based off pylai (gate) and agora. Megistos means largest, which is another self-reference: the sim is a portrayal of another character, who is the largest of the Strategoi in my fiction. Massaliotes means "of Massalia", modern Marseilles.
Epicharis Alexandreiana: Presumed to be based off epi (upon, on) and charis (grace). Alexandreiana denotes "of Alexandreia"
Xenotima Chersonesia: First name based off Xenos (foreigner) and timos (honor). Chersonesia means of Chersonesos, in this case Taurike Chersonesos, the Ancient Greek name for Crimean peninsula.
Kalliphana Pergamena: First name based on kalos (beautiful) and phanein (show). Pergamena denotes the character's origin at Pergamon.
Halourge Oktanephela: Halourge means violet/purple. Oktanephela is based on okto (eight) and nephelos (cloud).
Atreus Chalkideus: Atreus is an Ancient Greek name after which Atreides are named after, including Dune's House Atreides. Chalkideus refers to Chalkis.
Atlas Sikyonios: Refers to the town of Sikyon at the upper right side of the Peloponnese.
Sematia Aiakida: Sematia is based on Sema (constellation), and Aiakida is the more accurate rendering of Aeacida, feminine singular of Aeacidae, the family line in which Pyrrhos of Epeiros belonged to.
Hesperia Demetrieis: Hesperia means "west," Demetrieis refers to Demetrias.
Harvey Sanders: Based on the famous Colonel Sanders.
Anthere Hekkaidekanyx: Anthere is an feminization of antheros means "flowering," and Hekkaidekanyx is compound of hekkaideka (16) and nyx (night)
Arete Agiada Spartiata: Arete means virtue, derived from ανηρ meaning man. Agiada refers to the Agiad dynasty, and Spartiata denotes her origins, Sparte.
Maion Epitropades Kretikos: Maion is a fairly common name in Ancient Greek myths and thus a valid Greek name, but with unclear roots. Epitropades is a forged family name based on Epitropos, or caretaker/governor. Kretikos denotes his origin, Krete.
Glykon Ischyrotatos Pergamenes: Glykon is named after Glykon of Pergamon, who was a noted pankration champion. Ischyrotatos means strongest, and Pergamenes mean a Pergamene citizen.
Lysandros Argeios: Lysandros means man-loosener, Argeios means Argive.
Himawari Yukimura: Himawari means sunflower, Yukimura (雪村) means snow village
Abe Kazutaka: Abe (阿部) has no particular implicit meaning asides from the individual Chinese letters meaning hill and crowd respectively. Kazutaka (和高) is just a reversing of Takakazu (高和), which is the surname of the character associated with the infamous yaranaika meme.
Gang Long (鋼龍): "Strong Dragon"
Chiang Li-Yun (蔣麗筠): Li-Yun means "Beautiful Bamboo", and is also the exact Chinese name of Teresa Teng minus the surname.
Im Chang Min (任昌敏): "Assigning work to" "Prosper" "Quick, Clever"
Kwon Ye Rim (權叡琳) "Authority" "Bright" "Beautiful Gem"