This is the page for the onomatology of Howlgard and its residents.
- Howl - The sound wolves and other such animals make sometimes. Used in this context to represent werewolves.
- Gard - Nordic origin - as in "Asgard". Unsure of meaning
- Varg - Swedish for "Wolf".
- Heim - German/Norwegian for "Home".
- Anton - The name Anton has several meanings in different languages. In Greek and Swedish, it means "priceless". In Latin it means "worthy of praise; of value" and in English it means "Highly praiseworthy".
- Deanna - This name is derived from English and Latin. In English it refers to a person from a valley, or it suggests that the person is divine. In Latin it has similar connotations, though it also means "fertile".
- Elizabeth - Greek, first originating from Hebrew; means "Oath of God".
- Ryan - A Gaelic name. Means "Little king". Fitting for a child that is meant to eventually take leadership of Howlgard.
- Bryan - A Celtic name. Means "Brave; virtuous".
- Atheia - A reference to the fictional city of Atheia in the Bone series.
- Chloe - Biblical name meaning "Green herb"
- Leia - From Hebrew "Leah", meaning "delicate, weary"
- Surumoto - Presumed Japanese origin. No meaning (just a combination of Japanese syllables)
- Ronald - Scottish form of the Scandinavian name Ragnvaldr, which was a combination of the words Regin (Advice, counsel) and Valdr (Ruler).
- Ursula - Means "Little bear". A diminutive of the Latin word "Ursa" (She-bear).
- Rita - Short form of Margherita, which is Italian for "Daisy flower".
- Nick - Short form of Nicholas, which comes from the Greek word meaning "Victory of the people".
- Vargheim - As stated above
- Reliksonn - Play on the word 'relic'. Unknown how this relates to the family, though.
- McTalin - "Mc" is the Scottish prefix meaning "Son of". Talin is a variation of the word "Talent", attributing to the skilled jobs held by Malcolm and Tina.
- Malcolm - A Scottish/English name, meaning "Disciple of Saint Columba".
- Tina - A name originating from several European languages. Meaning is ambiguous.
- Nora - Short for Honora, which ultimately came from the Latin name Honorius, which means "Honour".
- Felicity - Comes from the English word "felicity", meaning "happiness". This word is ultimately derived from the Latin word "Felicitas" which means "good luck". Appropriate, since Felicity has the Lucky trait.
- Harmony - Comes from the English word "harmony".
- Bianchini - Presumed Italian origin.
- René - French form of Renatus, which is Latin for "born again"
- James - A name of Anglo-Biblical origin
- Leontókados - Greek for "Lionheart", attributing to the family members' common Brave trait.
- Varulv - Norwegian for "Wolf"