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Name chart/Fire Emblem: Three Houses

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This is a list compiling name data for characters, locations, concepts, items and other content of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, among the eight languages in which the game is published (English, Japanese, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, and Chinese).

Columns

  • Japanese
    • Kana: The original Japanese name as rendered in any of the three Japanese scripts.
    • Hepburn: A phonetic transliteration of the Japanese name into the Latin alphabet, in accordance with the Hepburn romanization standard. This transliteration assists those unfamiliar with the Japanese language in the correct pronunciation of the name.
    • NoJ: The "official romanization"; a Roman-alphabet rendering of the Japanese name, used in the cast listing of the game, promotional material for the game such as websites, or companion art books. Unlike Hepburn romanizations, these are not literal adherences to the readings of the katakana and are typically intended with portraying what the Japanese name is "supposed" to mean in mind, closer to the typical forms of European names and words.
      Note that this is distinct from the actual English names (see below) and is relevant only to the Japanese releases (and fan names, many of which are derived from NoJ names).
  • English
    • NoA: The official NTSC English name as used in game releases by Nintendo of America, in the United States and Canada, as of Three Houses.
    • NoE: The official PAL English name as used in game releases by Nintendo of Europe, in the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. In most cases these will match the NoA name, but there are some variations.
  • French
    • NoE: The official French name as used in game releases by Nintendo of Europe in France and other French-speaking European territories. With the exception of translating basic English words in weapon and skill names, typically this will be the same as the PAL English name, including all changes made by the PAL English version from the NTSC English version, but there are some variations.
    • NoA: The official French name as used in game releases by Nintendo of America in Quebec and other French-speaking territories of the Americas. This is typically the same as the PAL French version, including all changes made from the English localizations, but there are some variations.
  • German: The official German name as used in game releases by Nintendo of Europe in Germany and other German-speaking European territories. With the exception of translating basic English words in weapon and skill names, typically this will be the same as the PAL English name, including all changes made by the PAL English version from the NTSC English version, but there are some variations.
  • Spanish
    • NoE: The official Spanish name as used in game releases by Nintendo of Europe in Spain and other Spanish-speaking European territories. With the exception of translating basic English words in weapon and skill names, typically this will be the same as the PAL English name, including all changes made by the PAL English version from the NTSC English version, but there are some variations.
    • NoA: The official Spanish name as used in game releases by Nintendo of America in Latin America and other Spanish-speaking territories of the Americas. This is typically the same as the PAL Spanish version, including all changes made from the English localizations, but there are some variations.
  • Italian: The official Italian name as used in game releases by Nintendo of Europe in Italy and other Italian-speaking European territories. With the exception of translating basic English words in weapon and skill names, typically this will be the same as the PAL English name, including all changes made by the PAL English version from the NTSC English version, but there are some variations.
  • Dutch: The official Dutch name as used in game releases by Nintendo of Europe in the Netherlands and other Dutch-speaking European territories. With the exception of translating basic English words in weapon and skill names, typically this will be the same as the PAL English name, including all changes made by the PAL English version from the NTSC English version, but there are some variations.
  • Chinese
    • Simplified: The official simplified Chinese name as used in game releases by Nintendo in Taiwan and Hong Kong, presumably to be played on iQue 3DS XL systems in mainland China, as while Super Mario 3D Land and Mario Kart 7 are the only 3DS games released in mainland China, several Taiwanese/Hong Kongese game releases are playable on the system.
    • Traditional: The official traditional Chinese name as used in game releases by Nintendo in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and other traditional Chinese-using territories.

Game meta

Japanese English French German Spanish Italian Dutch Chinese
Kana Hepburn NoJ NoA NoE NoE NoA NoE NoA Simp. Trad.
風花雪月 fuukasetsugetsu ?? Three Houses ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

Chapters

Characters

Playable characters

Japanese English French German Spanish Italian Dutch Chinese
Kana Hepburn NoJ NoA NoE NoE NoA NoE NoA Simp. Trad.
ベレト Bereto ?? Byleth ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??
エーデルガルド=フォン=フレスベルグ Ēderugarudo fon furesuberugu ?? Edelgard ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??
クロード=フォン=リーガン Kurōdo fon rīgan ?? Claude ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??
ディミトリ=アレクサンドル=ブレーダッド Dimitori arekusandoru burēdaddo ?? Dimitri ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

Non-playable characters (in order of appearance)

Japanese English French German Spanish Italian Dutch Chinese
Kana Hepburn NoJ NoA NoE NoE NoA NoE NoA Simp. Trad.
メルセデス Merusedesu ?? Mercedes ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??
ヒルダ Hiruda ?? Hilda ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

Backstory characters

Groups and organizations

Japanese English French German Spanish Italian Dutch Chinese
Kana Hepburn NoJ NoA NoE NoE NoA NoE NoA Simp. Trad.
セイロス教 Seirosukyō ?? Church of Seiros ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

Locations

Japanese English French German Spanish Italian Dutch Chinese
Kana Hepburn NoJ NoA NoE NoE NoA NoE NoA Simp. Trad.
フォドラ Fodora Fodra[1] Fódlan ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

Items

Skills

Classes

Japanese English French German Spanish Italian Dutch Chinese
Kana Hepburn NoJ NoA NoE NoE NoA NoE NoA Simp. Trad.
貴族 Kizoku ?? Aristocrat ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ?? ??

References

  1. World map artwork
Fire Emblem: Three Houses
Playable characters (TBA) BylethClaudeDimitriEdelgard
Non-playable characters (TBA)
Bosses (TBA) HildaMercedes
Personal weapons (TBA)
Chapters (TBA)
Locations (TBA) Fódlan
Groups, objects and concepts (TBA) Church of Seiros
Related topics (TBA) Name chartPre-release informationUnused content