May 28, 2013 | By: Cynthia Marcano

Top Ten Freebie! Best Character Names - May 28th



Top Ten Freebie! May 28th
Best Character Names



1. Bilbo Baggins - Best name ever!
2. Huckleberry Finn - My daughter just asked me "What is a Hucklberry Finn?"
3. Willy Wonka - As a teenager/YA I cracked up thinking about the name
4. Captain Frederick Wentworth - I love the name Wentworth. It makes me feel so British.
5. Eliza Doolittle - It's just fun to say.
6.Romeo - His last name isn't even needed for everyone to know I am referring to Romeo Montague
7. Ebenezer Scrooge - my revised version - Ebenezer "Old Geezer" Scrooge
8. Anna Karenina - Na na na na na na na na Hey Hey Hey. Goodbye!
9. Hamlet - reminds me of breakfast.
10. Hester Prynne - she sounds like the EXACT opposite of who she was.

8 comments:

aliceinreaderland.com said...

Fun topic, my favorites are Eliza Doolittle and Huckleberry Finn! :) My TTT is Fictional Places I’d Love to Vacation: http://aliceinreaderland.com/2013/05/27/vacation/


Alice @ Alice in Readerland

Anne Bennett said...

I agree with you must want to suggest a few more...
Slartibartfast and Zaphod Beeblebrox from the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy; Neville Longbottom from Harry Potter; Eustace Scrubb from Voyage of the Dawn Treader. What a fun list!

Eveline dV said...

Neville Longbottom is my favorite! It's just such a funny name :)

My Top Ten Tuesday (YA Book Series):
Eveline's Books

ablightedone said...

I love Eliza Doolittle! Great topic!

my Top Ten

Ordinary Reader said...

Great idea for a top ten post! I agree Bilbo Baggins is the best name I've ever read in fiction. Another good one is Amelia Peabody from the Elizabeth Peters books. She sounds so proper, and she is, till propriety wears thin and then she isn't. Enjoyed your list!

quinnsbooknook said...

LOL. My topic for this week was Top Ten Ridiculous Character Names. I love the name Bilbo Baggins, too, even though I'm not a TLOTR of Hobbit fan. And heck yeah Willy Wonka! Ooo, and I haven't read Persuasion, but I am going to. Wentworth does sound so British. LOVE IT.

Rubita said...

Charles Dickens was a genius at names. He matched them so completely to his characters that the two are almost inseparable!

Diane Estrella said...

Fun list.... lots of giggles1

Hope your summer is getting off to a great start!

Info for the “Best of Books” for 2013-2014!

This Blog Hop will run from December 28, 2013 to January 1, 2014.

Everyone likes to read, so why not share the books you love the most with others??!?! I had a lot of fun compiling my lists for the best of 2012 and the books I was most anticipating for 2013, that I thought I’d get a BlogHop going to encourage others to join in for the upcoming year.

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