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The result is that you have a wide range of vampire names from which to pick from that can be perfect for costume parties, vampire clubs, online forums or any other kind of you have in mind.
Vampire names just aren’t for Halloween or creepy role-playing games, you know? As popularity of the vampire rises, more and more people are trying to pick names for their children that show just how big of a vampire fan they really are.
Emmett, Alice, Annabelle, Rosalie, Carlisle (sorry I’m being twilightish but those are good vampire names.

These are typically Italian or Greek names (in honor of the "birthplace" of vampires, according to legend), but they also include ancestral clan names and any well known ancient vampire name.
Though Selene the moon goddess was never technically a vampire, she is considered by legend to be the mother of all modern vampires, which is why this is considered an ancient vampire name of stature.
In fact, the more ancient the better it would seem, which is why the most ancient vampire name of all, Ambrogio, is still a popular choice among male vampires to this day.

Have you always wanted a mysterious, cool and sexy vampire name of your own? This vampire name generator will give you your vampire name.
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You are mysterious and ominous like a "raven," which is the meaning of your name.
Your name means "ray of light." You can’t go out in the sun, but it’s no matter.

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Come on we all have fantasized about what kind of vampiree we will be, but everyone has their own unique name for their vampire selves.
Come on we all have fantasized about what kind of vampiree we will be, but everyone has their own unique name for their vampire selves.
Come on we all have fantasized about what kind of vampiree we will be, but everyone has their own unique name for their vampire selves.

1.  Ok were gonna start this off with WHATS YOUR FAVORITE COLOUR!!!(yes i asked the question)p.s. this is a twilight based quiz A.
6.  As a vampire, you spend your time… A.
5.  Does anyone know you’re a vampire? A.

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The Vampire subculture with its vivid imagery was influenced by 19th century Vampire literature and 20th century horror movies.
Will it be appropriate throughout a full life cycle starting with baby – toddler – school child – teenager – young adults – parents – middle age – retirement and ending with old age.
It began in the United Kingdom during the early 1980s in the Vampire rock scene after the punk scene.
See below for a selection of male and female Vampire Baby names to choose from.

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It does not include any vampire that originates in folklore and / or mythology, nor does it necessarily include the concept of dhampirs, hybrid or half-vampires.

Vampire madness has a grip on books, television, movies, and yes — ghoulishly good baby names, says guest blogger (and nameberry native) Danielle Miksza.
Nameberry intern and guest blogger Danielle Miksza loves all things vampire, including the strange and wonderful world of vampire baby names.

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You will find that most of these female vampire names are commonly used in everyday life, it’s just that they owe their origin to vampires.
Female Vampire Names Curious about what some of the better known female vampire names are? Here’s a list for you to peruse through.
This list reeks of the actual blood-sucking vampire names you might have in mind.
It isn’t by default that vampire names for females need always sound or carry with them a gruesome and cruel meaning.
We get evil names in female demons, while your list of female vampires are rather nice.
In keeping with that trend then, this article will attempt to give you some of the most famous female vampire names.
Vampire names need not always sound cruel or gruesome.
You will find that many of the vampire names listed below are commonly used in everyday life.
i think nylora chacon is a good name for my baby gurl, and these names are very unique and you should keep on adding some thanks so much for your time have a nice day.
It will deal with all the aspects of vampire names for females and try to sort out some of the coolest names from amongst them.

Instructions: Simply choose the gender you want, then click Generate to create a random goth/vampire name.

Loved all the info on the female Vampires fantastic really when you consider according to historic myth that Vampires originated from Lillith and Caine.Just a pity you didn’t mention a Canadian show called Vampire High they to had female Vampires in the show.
Anne Rice’s Queen Akasha, the statue-like original mother to all vampires, is a bloodthirsty, nasty piece of work with a thing for Lestat and rock music.

Rook – means crow or swindler, cheater.
It's for my book.
anything that was popular at a previous age that is either unheard or unpopular now.
It's for my book.

Abel means breath; vanity (Hebrew) Aldon means old friend, wise protector (Anglo-Saxon)  Alec  Twilight series Aleron means on the wing (Latin) Altair  means star (Greek) Amadán The fool or jester in the court of the Good People Alucard Hellsing Alumit  means secret (Hebrew) Amaia  means end (Basque) Amarande means immortal (Greek) Amdis means immortal (Latin) Arachna Spider Woman Armand  The Vampire Chronicles Aro Twilight series Ather  In the Forests of the Night Banshee Screaming Spirit Barnabas Vampire Collins from Dark Shadows Beelzebub Devil Beetelgeuse Don’t Say It 3 Times! Bela Lugosi – Scary Movie Actor Blade Tomb of Dracula Blair A Witch Project Bloody Mary Ghost Legend Bluebeard Pirate Ghost Boris Karloff – Scary Movie Actor Bones Skeletal Boo Scary Braeden means from the dark valley Buffy Vampire Slayer Caius  Twilight series Carden means from the black fortress (Celtic) Carmen Twilight series Carrie Stephen King’s Telekinetic Teen Casper A Friendly Ghost Chaos Extremely Disorganized Clarimonde  La Morte Amoreuse Claudia  The Vampire Chronicles Corbin means a raven Crimson Color of Blood Cruella Ms.

To make matters worse, Karin is not even an ordinary vampire – she is a blood maker and must inject the excess blood into her victims! If she doesn’t find a victim to bite in time, her extra blood is expelled in the form of a massive nosebleed.
Yuki Cross and her friend Zero Kiryu are school prefects whose job it is to make sure the secret of the Night Class is always safe; they patrol the school grounds at night and supervise the switchover of classes at dawn and dusk to prevent any ‘accidents’ from happening.
While Zero is suspicious of vampires and hates the idea of sharing the same space as them, Yuki admires the Night Class for their beauty and sophistication; she is especially intrigued by their charming leader, Kaname, because he once saved her life.
Together with Zero Kiryu, a childhood friend who despises everything to do with vampires since his family was murdered, Yuki must serve as a Guardian of the school to keep the two classes separated.
However, as Yuki quickly learns, not all vampires are amiable like the Night Class, and as terrible events unfold, Yuki must ask herself whether in a world where vampires are the hunters and humans are the prey, peaceful coexistence can really be achieved.
Cross Academy is a school with a difference: in a unique and experimental setup designed by the headmaster, it has a Day Class consisting of ordinary humans and a Night Class filled with vampires.
When sharing classes and an after school job together make avoiding Kenta impossible, Karin must find a way to keep her rapidly increasing blood under control or risk exposing her family’s secret.

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When The Vampire Diaries returns to your television (or DVR) this fall, you might be drawn to the names of the characters — for example, Grayson, Lexi, Connor and Abby are names that parents have been bestowing upon their babies in recent years.
Check out the names of the characters in The Vampire Diaries and pick the vampire, werewolf or warlock baby name that will work for your family.
Coming from a book series of the same name, The Vampire Diaries is a rousing supernatural drama that weaves the stories of vampires, werewolves, witches and warlocks together, and the story lines are impossible to resist.

Before you start arguing about this selection (and assume it’s inclusion revolves around a certain actress’s readily viewable birthday suit accessories), one only has to remember the source material from which director Tobe Hooper drew inspiration—Colin Wilson’s novel The Space Vampires.
As usual, the actor who would eventually become a pure paycheck casher goes gonzo, trying to convince us that his one night stand with a club bunny actually resulted in a supernatural transformation.
Having already sullied the famed monster with its mushy junk, Stephanie Meyer’s multimillion dollar juggernaut limps into theaters this weekend with the second installment of the already unnecessary double finale—Breaking Dawn.

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This Vampire name generator will generate either 10 male or female names depending on your choice.
Of course, all a vampire really is, is a human with special powers gained later in life, so, in this generator, most vampire names are just dark sounding human names.

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Dumas … set production assistant (3 episodes, 2010) Blake Tuszynski … production assistant (3 episodes, 2010) Jamie Parrish … choreographer (3 episodes, 2011-2012) Matt Maguire … production auditor (3 episodes, 2012) Joel Simmons … location assistant / stage manager (3 episodes, 2013) Charlotte Acker … set location production assistant (2 episodes, 2009) Anthony Ennis … stand-in: Zach Roerig (2 episodes, 2009) Sarah-Beth Gosselin … production assistant (2 episodes, 2011-2012) Stand-in … extra (2 episodes, 2011) Corey Brinn … production assistant (2 episodes, 2012) LaCourtney Garrett … production assistant (2 episodes, 2012) Cordell Willis … set production assistant (2 episodes, 2013) Danielle Snowdon … script supervisor (2 episodes, 2014) Tara Ansley … office production assistant (1 episode, 2009) Ashley Harvin … stand-in: Vicki Donovan (1 episode, 2009) Hsanni Henry … production assistant (1 episode, 2009) Cheyenne Johnson … stand-in: Nina Dobrev (1 episode, 2009) Christian Laub … production assistant (1 episode, 2009) Miles Logan … set production assistant (1 episode, 2009) Eva Morgan … production coordinator (1 episode, 2009) Jaime Peters … first assistant accountant (1 episode, 2009) Thomas Stockwell … assistant: executive producer (1 episode, 2009) Shane Tanny … production assistant (1 episode, 2009) Fleur Western … assistant production coordinator (1 episode, 2009) Brett Conrad … executive story editor (1 episode, 2010) Genessa Davis … assistant to producers (1 episode, 2010) Andrew C.
Bryan … (6 episodes, 2009-2013) Susan De Laval … (1 episode, 2009) Series Makeup Department  Daniel Curet … hair department head / department head hairstylist / department head hair stylist (66 episodes, 2009-2013) Bryson Conley … key hair stylist / assistant hair stylist (42 episodes, 2010-2012) Essie Cha … makeup department head / key makeup artist (36 episodes, 2010-2012) Lori Rozman … department head hair / hair department head (24 episodes, 2011-2012) Myles O’Reilly … special makeup effects artist (23 episodes, 2012-2013) Katrina Suhre … hair stylist (19 episodes, 2010-2011) Char Coats-Crump … key makeup artist / makeup artist (18 episodes, 2010-2014) Myke Michaels … key makeup artist / makeup department head (15 episodes, 2013-2014) Lisa Layman … makeup department head (14 episodes, 2013) Toby Sells … special makeup effects artist / dental prosthetics: Toby Sells Creature Makeup FX Shop / special makeup effects artist: KNB EFX Group / special makeup effects designer: Toby Sells Creature makeup FX Shop (13 episodes, 2010-2014) Jed Dornoff … key makeup artist / special makeup effects artist (12 episodes, 2011-2012) Michele Lewis … makeup artist (10 episodes, 2012-2013) Amber Crowe … makeup artist / key makeup artist (8 episodes, 2014) Ariane Turner … makeup artist (6 episodes, 2011-2012) Beverly Jo Pryor … makeup artist / makeup department head (5 episodes, 2009) David Abbott … makeup department head (5 episodes, 2013) Mark Sanchez … makeup department head (5 episodes, 2014) Conor McCullagh … on-set makeup effects (4 episodes, 2009) Judy Lovell … makeup department head / makeup artist (4 episodes, 2010-2011) Andrea C.
Green … production assistant (9 episodes, 2010-2011) Joann Connolly … set production assistant (9 episodes, 2010) Megan Graham … script supervisor: second unit / second unit script supervisor (8 episodes, 2009-2012) Chris Mendonca … production assistant (8 episodes, 2009-2010) Daly Parker … assistant production coordinator (8 episodes, 2009-2010) Keegan Sacko … set production assistant (8 episodes, 2009-2010) Michael Narducci … executive story editor (8 episodes, 2011) Chad McQuay … production accountant (7 episodes, 2009) Tyler Smith … set production assistant / production assistant (7 episodes, 2012) Nathaniel ‘Nate’ Patterson IV … set production assistant / additional production assistant / on set production assistant (7 episodes, 2013) Connie Hendrix … construction accountant (6 episodes, 2009) Skyler Simpson … production assistant (6 episodes, 2012-2013) Alphonso Whitfield … production assistant (6 episodes, 2012) Cryselle Stewart … location coordinator (6 episodes, 2013) Brian Bero … weapon fabricator (5 episodes, 2010) Nick DeKay … fitness trainer (5 episodes, 2012) John Albrecht … payroll accountant (4 episodes, 2010) Marie James … production assistant (4 episodes, 2011) Jarred Sonnier … payroll clerk (4 episodes, 2011) Marcus Cooley … studio utility (4 episodes, 2012) Sonia Y.
Salas … sound effects editor / sound editor (5 episodes, 2013-2014) Todd Murakami … sound effects editor (4 episodes, 2010-2013) Chris Navarro … adr mixer (4 episodes, 2012) Christopher Mills … efp sound / epk sound (2 episodes, 2011-2012) Ric Schnupp … adr recordist (2 episodes, 2012) Maaike Snoep … sound / sound utility (2 episodes, 2013-2014) Paul Curtis … supervising sound editor (1 episode, 2009) Chris Duesterdiek … production sound mixer (1 episode, 2009) Mark Lanza … sound editor (1 episode, 2009) Rick Norman … sound re-recording mixer (1 episode, 2009) Peter Michael Sullivan … sound re-recording mixer (1 episode, 2009) Jay Ticer … sound utility (1 episode, 2009) Brian Calhoon … adr mixer (1 episode, 2010) Lisa Pinero … sound mixer: splinter unit (1 episode, 2010) Mike Sansom … second unit: Sound Utility (1 episode, 2010) Keith Sasser … sound utility (1 episode, 2010) Sarah Vorhees … adr recordist (1 episode, 2010) Kevin Raser … sound utility (1 episode, 2012) Kristin Catuogno … adr recordist (1 episode, 2013) Thomas J.
Robinson … additional costumer (2 episodes, 2009) Joulles Wright … costume buyer (2 episodes, 2009) Heather Sease … costumer / set costumer (2 episodes, 2010) Rebecca Napier White … set costumer (2 episodes, 2010) Janet Marie Ross … set costumer (1 episode, 2009) Carla Shivener … key costumer (1 episode, 2009) Sarah Downer … costumer (1 episode, 2010) Melanie Mascioli … costumer (1 episode, 2010) Jeff Gillis … tailor (1 episode, 2012) La Shan Knox … set costumer (1 episode, 2012) Christopher Opopo … costumer (1 episode, 2013) Allyson Traub … key costumer (1 episode, 2013) Series Editorial Department  Scott Klein … colorist / final colorist (67 episodes, 2009-2013) Andrew Coles … post-production assistant / post-production coordinator (23 episodes, 2012-2013) Lucas Wolf … post-production assistant (22 episodes, 2010-2011) Kchris Degelsey … assistant editor (22 episodes, 2011-2014) Diane LeDesma … colorist: dailies (22 episodes, 2011-2012) Peter Lam … assistant editor (16 episodes, 2011-2013) Tyler L.

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