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Name chart/Fire Emblem Heroes/Epithet 10

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Aelfric

Custodian Monk

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Custodian Monk

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Japanese

庇護の修道士

Protector monk

Spanish

Monje guardián

Guardian monk

French

Moine gardien

Guardian monk

German

Wächtermönch

Guard Monk

Italian

Monaco custode

Custodian monk

Portuguese

Monge protetor

Protector monk

Traditional Chinese

庇護的修道士

Protector monk

Annette

Overachiever

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Overachiever

From Annette's ending title in Three Houses: Bloomed Overachiever.

Japanese

頑張り中毒

Perseverance addiction

Spanish

Afán imperturbable

Imperturbable effort

French

Élève zélée

Zealous schoolgirl

German

Streberin

Nerd

Italian

La perfezionista

The perfectionist

Portuguese

Perfeccionista

Perfectionist

Traditional Chinese

努力成癮

Hard work addiction

Festive Helper

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Festive Helper

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Japanese

努力家の冬祭り

Winter festival's hard worker

Spanish

Ayudante festiva

Festive helper

French

Assistante festive

Festive assistant

German

Winterhelferin

Winter Helper

Italian

L'aiutante festosa

The festive assistant

Portuguese

Ajudante festiva

Festive assistant

Traditional Chinese

勤勉者的冬祭

Winter festival's hard worker

Arval

Cycle Keeper

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Cycle Keeper

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Japanese

循環を見守るもの

Watcher of the cycle of things

Spanish

Guarda del ciclo

Guardian of the cycle

French

Garde du cycle

Guardiant of the cycle

German

Hüter des Kreislaufs

Keepr of the Cycle

Italian

Custode del ciclo

Guardian of the cycle

Portuguese

Guarda ciclo

Cycle guaridan

Traditional Chinese

守護輪迴之人

Guardian of the cycle of things

Ashe

Fabled Sea Knight

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Fabled Sea Knight

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Japanese

海の騎士道物語

Chivalrous tale of the sea

Spanish

Caballero marino

Marine knight

French

Chevalier des mers

Knight of the sea

German

Ritter des Meeres

Knight of the Sea

Italian

Il cavaliere marino

The marine knight

Portuguese

Cavaleiro do mar

Knight of the sea

Traditional Chinese

海之騎士精神文學

Chivalrous tale of the sea

Budding Chivalry

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Budding Chivalry

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Japanese

春色の騎士道

Spring chivalry

Spanish

Caballero vernal

Vernal knight

French

Chevalier en herbe

Knight in bloom

German

Erblühender Ritter

Bloomed Knight

Italian

Cavaliere in erba

Knight in bloom

Portuguese

Cortesia em flor

Courtesy in bloom

Traditional Chinese

春色的騎士精神

Spring chivalry

Balthus

King of Grappling

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

King of Grappling

Balthus's ending title in Three Houses, and one he gives himself in dialogue.

Japanese

レスターの格闘王

Leicester's grappling king; from Balthus's ending title in Three Houses: フォドラの格闘王 "Fodra's grappling king".

Spanish

Rey de la Lucha

King of Fighting; Balthus's ending title in Three Houses.

French

Roi de la Castagne

King of the Brawl; Balthus's ending title in Three Houses.

German

König des Ringens

King of Wrestling; Balthus's ending title in Three Houses.

Italian

Re della Lotta

King of Fighting; from Balthus's ending title in Three Houses: Re della Lotta fódlano "Fódlan king of Fighting".

Portuguese

Rei da luta

King of fighting

Traditional Chinese

雷斯塔格鬥王

Leicester grappling king; from Balthus's ending title in Three Houses: 芙朵拉格鬥王 "Fodra grappling king".

Bernadetta

Eternal Loner

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Eternal Loner

Bernadetta's ending title in Three Houses.

Japanese

永遠の引き籠もり

Eternal recluse

Spanish

Eterna solitaria

Lonely eternal

French

Éternelle solitaire

Solitary enteral; Bernadetta's ending title in Three Houses.

German

Ewige Einsiedlerin

Eternal Hermit; Bernadetta's ending title in Three Houses.

Italian

L'eterna solitaria

The solitary eternal; from Bernadetta's ending title in Three Houses: Eterna solitaria.

Portuguese

Solitária

Solitary

Traditional Chinese

永遠的家裡蹲

Eternal recluse; Bernadetta's ending title in Three Houses.

Frosty Shut-In

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Frosty Shut-In

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Japanese

引き籠りたい冬祭

Wished recluse at the winter festival

Spanish
(Spain)

Confinada helada

Confined frost

Spanish
(Latin America)

Ermitaña helada

Frosty hermit

French

Solitaire glacée

Icy solitary

German

Wintereinsiedlerin

Winter Hermit

Italian

La gelida solitaria

The solitary ice

Portuguese

Confinada gélida

Confined cold

Traditional Chinese

想窩在房間的冬祭

Wishing for the room at the winter festival

Late Hibernator

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Late Hibernator

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Japanese

冬眠暁を覚えず

Unknowing dawn hibernator

Spanish

Hibernante tardía

Tardy hibernator

French

Longue hibernation

Long hibernation

German

Im Winterschlaf

In Hibernation

Italian

Sonno letargico

Lethargic slumber

Portuguese

Hibernação tardia

Tardy hibernation

Traditional Chinese

冬眠不覺曉

Unknowing dawn hibernator

Byleth

Tested Professor

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Tested Professor

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Japanese

傭兵上がりの教師

Rising teacher mercenary; identical to Byleth: Proven Professor's Japanese epithet.

Spanish

Profesor capaz

Capable professor

French

Professeur aguerri

Seasoned professor

German

Mutiger Magister

Courageous Magister

Italian

Il professore preparato

The prepared professor; abbreviated as Il prof. preparato.

Portuguese

O professor

The professor

Traditional Chinese

傭兵出身的教師

Rising teacher mercenary; identical to Byleth: Proven Professor's Chinese epithet.

Proven Professor

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Proven Professor

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Japanese

傭兵上がりの教師

Rising teacher mercenary; identical to Byleth: Tested Professor's Japanese epithet.

Spanish

Profesora capaz

Capable professor

French

Professeur habile

Skillful professor

German

Erprobte Magistra

Tested professor

Italian

La professoressa preparata

The prepared professor; abbreviated as La prof. preparata.

Portuguese

A professora

The professor

Traditional Chinese

傭兵出身的教師

Rising teacher mercenary; identical to Byleth: Tested Professor's Chinese epithet.

Fell Star's Duo

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English

Fell Star's Duo

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Japanese

主に導かれし者

Guided leader

Spanish

Dúo de la Diosa

Duo of the Goddess

French

Duo astral

Astral duo

German

Sternenduo

Starts Duo

Italian

Il duo dell'Astro

The duo of the Star

Portuguese

Dupla da deusa

Duo of the goddess

Traditional Chinese

受主引導之人

Accepting guide

The Fódlan Star

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

The Fódlan Star

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Japanese

フォドラを導く者

One who leads Fodra; identical to Byleth: The Fódlan Light's Japanese epithet

Spanish

Astro de Fódlan

Star of Fódlan

French

Étoile de Fódlan

Star of Fódlan

German

Fódlans Stern

Fódlan's Star

Italian

La stella fódlana

The fódlan star

Portuguese

Brilho de Fóblan

Fóblan's shine

Traditional Chinese

引導芙朵拉之人

One who leads Fodra; identical to Byleth: The Fódlan Light's Chinese epithet

The Fódlan Light

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English

The Fódlan Light

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Japanese

フォドラを導く者

One who leads Fodra; identical to Byleth: The Fódlan Star's Japanese epithet

Spanish

Luz de Fódlan

Light of Fódlan

French

Lumière de Fódlan

Light of Fódlan

German

Fódlans Licht

Fódlan's Light

Italian

La luce fódlana

The fódlan light

Portuguese

Luz de Fóblan

Fóblan's light

Traditional Chinese

引導芙朵拉之人

One who leads Fodra; identical to Byleth: The Fódlan Star's Chinese epithet

Sublime Light

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English

Sublime Light

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Japanese

覇天顕照

Bright clarity of supreme heaven

Spanish

Luz sublime

Sublime light

French

Lumière sublime

Sublime light

German

Nobles Licht

Noble Light

Italian

La luce sublime

The sublime light

Portuguese

Luz sublime

Sublime light

Traditional Chinese

霸天顯照

Bright clarity of supreme heaven

Fount of Learning

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English

Fount of Learning

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Japanese

師資流転の宿運

Moving teacher of fate

Spanish

Fuente de saber

Fount of knowledge

French

Source de savoir

Source of knowledge

German

Quell des Wissens

Source of Knowledge

Italian

Fonte di sapere

Fount of knowledge

Portuguese

Fonte do saber

Fount of knowledge

Traditional Chinese

師資流轉的宿命

Moving teacher of fate

Vengeance Vessel

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English

Vengeance Vessel

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Japanese

復讐を誓いし器

Vessel of avowed vengeance

Spanish
(Spain)

Heralda vengadora

Vengeance herald

Spanish
(Latin America)

Venganza enviada

Vengeance envoy

French

Vassale vengeresse

Vengeful vessel

German

Gefäß der Rache

Vessel of Vengeance

Italian

Brama di vendetta

Longing for vengeance

Portuguese

Vetor vingador

Vengeance carrier

Traditional Chinese

發誓復仇的器皿

Vessel of avowed vengeance

Frosty Professors

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English

Frosty Professors

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Japanese

雪原を駆ける指導者

Instrustors dashing through snowfield

Spanish

Profesores gélidos

Gelid professors

French

Professeurs glacés

Icy professors

German

Frostmagister

Frost magisters

Italian

Il duo gelido

The gelid duo

Portuguese

Mestres glaciais

Glacial masters

Traditional Chinese

馳騁雪原的領導者

Leaders dashing through snowfield

Caspar

Summer Intensity

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Summer Intensity

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Japanese

灼熱の猛特訓

Scorching fierce training

Spanish

Verano intensivo

Intense summer

French

Intense été

Intense summer

German

Sommerdisziplin

Summer Discipline

Italian

L'intensità estiva

The summer intensity

Portuguese

Verão intenso

Intense summer

Traditional Chinese

灼熱的猛烈特訓

Scorching fierce training

Catherine

Thunder Knight


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Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Thunder Knight

From "Thunder Catherine", Catherine's title in dialogue in Three Houses.

Japanese

“雷霆”の騎士

Thunderstorm knight; 雷霆 is the Japanese name of Thunderbrand.

Spanish

Filo atronador

Thunderous edge

French

Épéiste fulgurante

Flashing swordfighter

German

Donnerschlag

Thunderclap

Italian

La tonitruante

The thunderous

Portuguese

Cavaleira trovão

Thunder knight

Traditional Chinese

「雷霆」的騎士

Thunderclap knight

Claude

The Schemer

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

The Schemer

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Japanese

野望の寵児

Ambitious darling

Spanish

Soñador astuto

Astute dreamer

French

Intrigant de génie

Intriguing genius

German

Der Pläneschmied

The Plansmith

Italian

Il cospiratore

The conspirator

Portuguese

O manipulador

The manipulator

Traditional Chinese

野心的寵兒

Ambitious darling

Almyra's King

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Almyra's King

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Japanese

パルミラ国王

Palmyra king

Spanish

Rey de Almyra

King of Almyra

French

Roi d'Almyra

King of Almyra

German

König von Almyra

King of Amyra; abbreviated as König v. Almyra.

Italian

Il re di Almyra

The king of Almyra

Portuguese

Rei de Almyra

King of Almyra

Traditional Chinese

帕邁拉國王

Palmyra king

King of Unification

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

King of Unification

Claude's ending title in Three Houses.

Japanese

世界を繋ぐ王

King who connects the world; Claude's ending title in Three Houses.

Spanish

Rey unificador

Unifying king; Claude's ending title in Three Houses.

French

Roi de l'Unification

King of the Unification; Claude's ending title in Three Houses.

German

Weltenverknüpfer

World-Combiner; from Claude's ending title in Three Houses: Verknüpfer der Welten "Combiner of Worlds".

Italian

Il re unificatore

The unifying king; from Claude's ending title in Three Houses: Re unificatore.

Portuguese

Rei unificador

Unifying king

Traditional Chinese

連繫世界之王

King who connects the world; Claude's ending title in Three Houses.

Tropical Trouble

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Tropical Trouble

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Japanese

南国の異端児

Troublemaker of the south (i.e. the tropics).

Spanish

Rebelde tropical

Tropical rebel

French

Rebelle tropical

Tropical rebel

German

Strandindividualist

Beach individualist

Italian

Il controcorrente

The one against the current

Portuguese

Revés tropical

Tropical setback

Traditional Chinese

南國的異端份子

Troublemaker of the south

Golden Breeze

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Golden Breeze

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Japanese

金色の風

Golden wind

Spanish

Brisa dorada

Golden breeze

French

Brise dorée

Golden breeze

German

Goldbrise

Gold breeze

Italian

La brezza dorata

The golden breeze

Portuguese

Brisa dourada

Golden breeze

Traditional Chinese

金色之風

Golden wind

Yuletide Schemer

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Yuletide Schemer

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Japanese

聖夜の金鹿

Golden Deer on Christmas Eve

Spanish

Urdidor invernal

Wintry schemer

French

Intrigant des fêtes

Intriguing holidays

German

Winterliche Ränke

Wintry plots

Italian

Stratega invernale

Wintry strategy

Portuguese

Tramador hiemal

Hiemal schemer

Traditional Chinese

聖夜的金鹿

Golden Deer on holy night

Constance

Fallen Noble

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Fallen Noble

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Japanese

雌伏令嬢

Obscure noble daughter

Spanish

Nobleza vencida

Defeated nobility

French

Noble déchue

Deposed noble

German

Gefallene Adlige

Fallen Noblewoman

Italian

La nobile caduta

The fallen noble

Portuguese

Nobreza caída

Fallen nobility

Traditional Chinese

雌伏千金

Obscure wealth

Cornelia

Saint Consumed

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Saint Consumed

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Japanese

豹変した聖女

Suddenly changed holy woman

Spanish

Santa consumida

Consumed saint

French

Sainte consumée

Consumed saint

German

Boshafte Heilige

Malicious Saint

Italian

La santa consunta

The consumed saint

Portuguese

Santa consumida

Consumed saint

Traditional Chinese

性格大變的聖女

Holy woman with changed temperament

Cyril

Rhea's Attendant

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Rhea's Attendant

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Japanese

大司教の従者

Archbishop's attendant

Spanish

Sirviente de Rhea

Rhea's servant

French

Serviteur de Rhea

Rhea's servant

German

Rheas Diener

Rhea's servant

Italian

Il pupillo di Rhea

The pupil of Rhea

Portuguese

Criado de Rhea

Rhea's servant

Traditional Chinese

大司教的隨從

Archbishop's attendant

Death Knight

The Reaper

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

The Reaper

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Japanese

闇夜の悪鬼

Dark night demon

Spanish

La Muerte

Death

French

Repos éternel

Eternal reaper

German

Der Sensenmann

The Grim Reaper

Italian

Il mietitore

The reaper

Portuguese

O ceifador

The reaper

Traditional Chinese

闇夜的惡鬼

Dark night devil

Dedue

Dimitri's Vassal

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Dimitri's Vassal

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Japanese

ディミトリの従者

Dimitri's servant

Spanish

Vasallo de Dimitri

Dimitri's vassal

French

Vassal de Dimitri

Dimitri's vassal

German

Vasall des Prinzen

Vassal of the Prince

Italian

Il duscuriano

The duscar

Portuguese

Vassalo de Dimitri

Dimitri's vassal

Traditional Chinese

帝彌托利的隨從

Dimitri's attendant

Loyal Life Guard

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English

Loyal Life Guard

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Japanese

浜辺の屈強従者

Beach's strong servant

Spanish

Guardia costero

Coastal guard

French

Surveillant de plage

Beach supervisor

German

Strandgetreuer

Beach follower

Italian

Il bagnino fedele

The loyal lifeguard

Portuguese

Salva-vidas leal

Loyal lifeguard

Traditional Chinese

海邊的堅毅隨從

Beach's strong servant

Dimitri

The Protector

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

The Protector

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Japanese

青獅子の守護者

Blue lion protector

Spanish

Protector noble

Noble protector

French

Protecteur singulier

Peculiar protector

German

Der Beschützer

The Protector; shared with Alfred: Floral Protector's German epithet.

Italian

Il paladino

The paladin

Portuguese

O protetor

The protector

Traditional Chinese

青獅子的守護者

Blue lion guardian

King of Faerghus

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

King of Faerghus

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Japanese

ファーガス王

Fergus king

Spanish

Rey de Faerghus

King of Faerghus

French

Roi de Faerghus

King of Faerghus

German

König von Faerghus

King of Faerghus; abbreviated as König v. Faerghus.

Italian

Il re di Faerghus

The king of Faerghus

Portuguese

Rei de Faerghus

King of Faerghus

Traditional Chinese

法嘉斯王

Fergus king

Savior King

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Savior King

Dimitri's ending title in Three Houses.

Japanese

救国の王

King of salvation; Dimitri's ending title in Three Houses.

Spanish

Rey Salvador

Savior king; Dimitri's ending title in Three Houses.

French

Roi Sauveur

Savior king; Dimitri's ending title in Three Houses.

German

Der Erlöser

The Savior; from Dimitri's ending title in Three Houses: Erlöser.

Italian

Il re salvatore

The savior king; from Dimitri's ending title in Three Houses: Re salvatore.

Portuguese

Rei salvador

Savior king

Traditional Chinese

救國之王

King of Salvation; Dimitri's ending title in Three Houses.

Savage Boar

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Savage Boar

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Japanese

狂乱の王子

Prince of madness

Spanish

Cernícalo salvaje

Savage lout

French

Phacochère brutal

Brutal warthog

German

Wilder Keiler

Wild Boar

Italian

Il cinghiale feroce

The ferocious wild boar

Portuguese

Javali selvagem

Savage wild boar

Traditional Chinese

狂亂的王子

Violent prince

Sky-Blue Lion

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Sky-Blue Lion

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Japanese

夏色の獅子

Lion of summer colors

Spanish

León celeste

Sky-blue lion

French

Lion azur

Azure lion

German

Meerblauer Löwe

Sea-blue Lion

Italian

Il leone azzurro

The azure lion

Portuguese

Leão celeste

Sky-blue lion

Traditional Chinese

夏日景緻的獅子

Lion of the summer scenery

Blessed Protector

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Blessed Protector

--

Japanese

神聖なる青獅子

Sacred Blue Lion

Spanish

Protector sacro

Sacred protector

French

Saint protecteur

Holy protector

German

Heiliger Beschützer

Holy Protector; abbreviated as Hlg. Beschützer.

Italian

Il protettore beato

The blessed protector

Portuguese

Protetor bento

The sacred protector

Traditional Chinese

神聖的青獅子

Sacred Blue Lion

Dorothea

Solar Songstress

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Solar Songstress

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Japanese

太陽の歌姫

Songstress of the sun

Spanish

Cantante solar

Solar singer

French

Diva solaire

Solar diva

German

Sonnensängerin

Sun Singer

Italian

La diva solare

The solar diva

Portuguese

Cantora ao sol

Singer of the sun

Traditional Chinese

太陽的歌姬

Songstress of the sun

Twilit Harmony

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

Twilit Harmony

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Japanese

宵闇照らす双灯

Twin light shining at evening

Spanish

Luz armónica

Harmonic light

French

Harmonie du soir

Harmony of the evening

German

Harmonie des Lichts

Harmy of light; abbreviated as Harmonie d. Lichts.

Italian

Il duo soffuso

The suffused duo

Portuguese

Luz harmônica

Harmonic light

Traditional Chinese

照亮夜幕的雙燈

Twin lights illuminating dark

Yuletide Dancer

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English

Yuletide Dancer

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Japanese

聖夜に舞う華

Dancing flower at the holy night

Spanish

Bailarina invernal

Wintery dancer

French

Danseuse des fêtes

Dancer of the holidays

German

Wintertänzerin

Winter Dancer

Italian

Ballerina invernale

Wintery dancer

Portuguese

Dançarina hiemal

Winter dancer

Traditional Chinese

聖夜中舞動的花朵

Dancing flower in the holy night

Edelgard

The Future

Names, etymology, and in other regions
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English

The Future

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Japanese

黒鷲を継ぐ者

Black Eagle successor

Spanish

Heredera ávida

Eager heir

French

Future souveraine

Future sovereign

German

Die Zukunft

The Future

Italian

Il futuro

The future

Portuguese

O futuro

The future

Traditional Chinese

黑鷲的繼承者

Black Eagle's successor

Flame Emperor

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Flame Emperor

Edelgard's ending title in Three Houses, and the name of her Flame Emperor alias and class.

Japanese

炎の女帝

Empress of flame; Edelgard's ending title in Three Houses.

Spanish

Emperatriz ígnea

Fiery empress

French

Empereur Flammes

Flame Emperor; abbreviated as Emp. Flammes. From Edelgard's ending title in Three Houses: Empereur des Flammes.

German

Kaiserin von Adrestia

Empress of Adrestia; abbreviated as Kaiserin v. Adrestia.

Italian

Imperatrice Fiamma

Flame Empress; abbreviated as Imp. Fiamma. Edelgard's ending title in Three Houses.

Portuguese

Imperatriz ígnea

Fiery empress

Traditional Chinese

炎之女帝

Empress of flame; Edelgard's ending title in Three Houses.

Adrestian Emperor

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Adrestian Emperor

--

Japanese

アドラステア皇帝

Adrestia emperor

Spanish

Señora de Fódlan

Lady of Fódlan

French

Impératrice d'Adrestia

Empress of Adrestia; abbreviated as Imp. d'Adrestia.

German

Adrestias Kaiserin

Adrestia's Empress

Italian

Imperatrice adrestiana

Adrestian empress; abbreviated as Imp. adrestiana.

Portuguese

Imperatriz de Adrestia

Empress of Adrestia; abbreviated as Imp. de Adrestia.

Traditional Chinese

阿德剌斯忒亞皇帝

Adrestia emperor

Hegemon Husk

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Hegemon Husk

The Hegemon Husk class from Three Houses.

Japanese

覇道の終着点

End of hegemony

Spanish

Sombra hegemona

Hegemonic shadow

French

Ombre conquérante

Conquering shadow; abbreviated as Ombre conquér.. From the French name of the Hegemon Husk class: Ombre de conquérante.

German

Hegemon-Hülle

Hegemon Husk; the Hegemon Husk class.

Italian

L'ombra egemone

The hegemon shadow; from the Italian name of the Hegemon Husk class: Ombra egemone.

Portuguese

Sombra suprema

Supreme shadow

Traditional Chinese

霸王之路的終點

End of the hegemon's road

Sun Empresses

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Sun Empresses

--

Japanese

女王たちの夏

Summer queens

Spanish

Soberanas solares

Solar sovereigns

French

Impératrices d'été

Empresses of summer

German

Strandkaiserinnen

Beach Empresses

Italian

Il duo del sole

The duo of the sun

Portuguese

Império solar

Solar empire

Traditional Chinese

女王們的夏日

Summer queens

The Future

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Snowfall Future

--

Japanese

雪に舞う黒鷲

Black Eagle dancing in the snow

Spanish

Futuro nevado

Snowy future

French

Avenir enneigé

Snowy future

German

Zukunft im Winter

Future in the Winter

Italian

Il futuro innevato

The snowy future

Portuguese

Futuro nevado

Snowy future

Traditional Chinese

於雪中起舞的黑鷲

Black Eagle dancing in the snow

Felix

Icy Gift Giver

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Icy Gift Giver

--

Japanese

一匹狼の冬祭

Lone wolf of the winter festival

Spanish
(Spain)

Regalo glacial

Glacial gift

Spanish
(Latin America)

Regalador glacial

Glacial gifter

French

Cadeau gelé

Frozen gift

German

Eisige Bescherung

Icy Gifting

Italian

Il donatore gelato

The icy giver

Portuguese

Presente glacial

Glacial present

Traditional Chinese

獨行俠的冬祭

Loner of the winter festival

Lone-Wolf Blade

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Lone-Wolf Blade

--

Japanese

孤狼の剣

Lone wolf sword

Spanish

Hoja solitaria

Solitary blade

French

Lame du loup

Blade of the wolf

German

Soloklinge

Lone Blade

Italian

La lama del lupo

The blade of the wolf

Portuguese

Lâmina solitária

Solitary blade

Traditional Chinese

孤狼之劍

Lone wolf blade

Ferdinand

Noblest of Nobles

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Noblest of Nobles

Ferdinand's ending title in Three Houses.

Japanese

貴族の中の貴族

Noble among nobles; Ferdinand's ending title in Three Houses.

Spanish

Noble entre nobles

Noble among nobles; Ferdinand's ending title in Three Houses.

French

Noble suprême

Supreme noble

German

Adel des Adels

Noble of Nobles; Ferdinand's ending title in Three Houses.

Italian

Il nobile fra i nobili

The noble among the nobles; from Ferdinand's ending title in Three Houses: Nobile fra i nobili

Portuguese

O mais nobre

The most noble

Traditional Chinese

貴族中的貴族

Noble among nobles; Ferdinand's ending title in Three Houses.

Highborn Sipper

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Highborn Sipper

--

Japanese

高貴なる茶会

Noble tea party

Spanish

Té noble

Noble tea

French

Noble serveur

Noble server

German

Nobler Teegenuss

Noble tea pleasure

Italian

Nobile del tè

Noble of tea

Portuguese

Chá nobre

Noble tea

Traditional Chinese

高貴的茶會

Noble tea party

Flame Emperor

Bringer of War

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Bringer of War

--

Japanese

戦乱をもたらす者

One who brings war

Spanish

Azote de la paz

Scourge of peace

French

Belliciste

Warmonger

German

Kriegbringer

War-Bringer

Italian

Il guerrafondaio

The warmonger

Portuguese

Capataz da guerra

Overseer of war

Traditional Chinese

帶來戰亂之人

One who brings war

Flayn

Playing Innocent

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Playing Innocent

--

Japanese

おとぼけお嬢様

Feigned ignorant daughter

Spanish

Candor inocente

Innocent purity

French

Fausse candide

False naivety

German

Unschuldsengel

Innocence Angel

Italian

L'innocentina

The innocent

Portuguese

A dissimulada

The concealed

Traditional Chinese

迷糊的大小姐

Muddled eldest daughter

Silly Kitty-Cat

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Silly Kitty-Cat

--

Japanese

おとぼけ猫仮装

Feigned ignorant cat costume

Spanish

Gatita inocente

Innocent kitten

French

Candide chatonne

Candid kitten

German

Albernes Kätzchen

Silly kitten

Italian

La gattina sciocca

The silly kitten

Portuguese

Gatinha boba

Silly kitten

Traditional Chinese

迷糊貓裝扮

Muddled cat costume

Gatekeeper

Nothing to Report

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Nothing to Report

A line frequently said by the gatekeeper when spoken to in Garreg Mach.

Japanese

大修道院の

Of the monastery

Spanish

Sin novedad

Without novelty

French

Rien à signaler

Nothing to notify

German

Achtsamer Schutz

Mindful Protection

Italian

Niente da riferire

Nothing to report

Portuguese

Nada a reportar

Nothing to report

Traditional Chinese

大修道院的

Of the monastery

Hapi

Drawn-Out Sigh

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Drawn-Out Sigh

--

Japanese

魔物を呼ぶため息

Calling monsters with sighs

Spanish

Largo suspiro

Long sigh

French

Soupir sans fin

Sign without end

German

Tiefer Seufzer

Deep Sigh

Italian

Sospiro attrattivo

Attractive sigh

Portuguese

Suspiro longo

Long sigh

Traditional Chinese

呼喚魔物的嘆息

Calling monsters with sighs

Hilda

Idle Maiden

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Idle Maiden

--

Japanese

ものぐさ令嬢

Lazy young woman

Spanish
(Spain)

Vaga redomada

Careful slacker

Spanish
(Latin America)

Criada holgazana

Lazy maid

French

Jeune fille oisive

Idle young maiden

German

Träge Maid

Lazy Maiden

Italian

La scansafatiche

The loafer

Portuguese

Donzela ociosa

Lazy maiden

Traditional Chinese

懶惰的大小姐

Lazy rich girl

Holiday Layabout

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Holiday Layabout

--

Japanese

ものぐさ聖夜

Lazy Christmas Eve

Spanish

Haragana festiva

Festive loafer

French

Indolente festive

Festive indolent

German

Fest-Faulenzerin

Festival Idler

Italian

La pigra in festa

The lazy one in celebration

Portuguese

Preguiça festiva

Festive laziness

Traditional Chinese

懶惰的聖夜

Idle sacred eve

Deer's Two-Piece

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Deer's Two-Piece

--

Japanese

水着の金鹿ペア

Golden Deer pair of swimwear

Spanish

Dúo cérvido

Deer duo

French

Duo des Cerfs d'or

Duo of the Golden Deer

German

Duo der Hirsche

Duo of the Deer

Italian

Il duo cervino

The deer duo

Portuguese

Dupla de cervas

Duo of deer

Traditional Chinese

泳裝金鹿雙人組

Golden Deer swimsuit pair

Helping Hand

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Helping Hand

--

Japanese

一肌脱ぎますか!

Lending a hand!

Spanish

Mano amiga

Friendly hand

French

Main tendue

Outstretched hand

German

Hilfreiche Hand

Helping Hand

Italian

La mano tesa

The outstretched hand

Portuguese

Mão amiga

Friendly hand

Traditional Chinese

來助你一臂之力吧!

Come to help you!

Holst

Hero of Leicester

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Hero of Leicester

--

Japanese

レスターの勇者

Hero of Leicester

Spanish

Ídolo de Leicester

Idol of Leicester

French

Héros de Leicester

Hero of Leicester

German

Leicesters Held

Leicester's Hero

Italian

Eroe del Leicester

Hero of Leicester

Portuguese

Herói de Leicester

Hero of Leicester

Traditional Chinese

雷斯塔的勇者

Hero of Leicetser

Hubert

Sinister Servant

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Sinister Servant

--

Japanese

冷酷陰険従者

Ruthless sinister attendant

Spanish

Siervo siniestro

Sinister servant

French

Serviteur sinistre

Sinister servant

German

Düsterer Diener

Grim Servant

Italian

Il servitore sinistro

The sinister servant

Portuguese

Servo sinistro

Sinister servant

Traditional Chinese

冷酷陰險的隨從

Grim sinister servant

Ignatz

Snowscape Artist

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Snowscape Artist

--

Japanese

絵筆が描く冬景色

Winter scenery drawn with a paintbrush

Spanish

Artista invernal

Winter artist

French

Artiste des neiges

Artist of snow

German

Maler des Winters

Painter of Winter

Italian

L'artista delle nevi

The artist of snow

Portuguese

Vista invernal

Winter view

Traditional Chinese

畫筆描繪的冬天景色

Paintbrush making winter scenery

Ingrid

Solstice Knight

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Solstice Knight

--

Japanese

真夏の騎士道

Midsummer chivalry

Spanish

Caballero del solsticio

Knight of the solstice; abbreviated as Cab. del solsticio.

French

Chevalier d'été

Knight of summer

German

Sonnenritterin

Summer Knight

Italian

Cavaliere del solstizio

Knight of the solstice

Portuguese

Solstício cortês

Courtly solstice

Traditional Chinese

盛夏的騎士精神

Midsummer chivalry

Galatea's Heir

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Galatea's Heir

--

Japanese

ガラテア伯爵家

Galatea family

Spanish

Futuro de Galatea

Galatea's future

French

Héritière Galatea

Galatea Heiress

German

Erbin von Galatea

Heiress of Galatea

Italian

Erede Galatea

Galatea heir

Portuguese

Herdeira Galatea

Galatea heiress

Traditional Chinese

賈拉提雅伯爵家

Galatea family

Beacon of Honor

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Beacon of Honor

--

Japanese

輝ける騎士道へ

Toward shining chivalry

Spanish

Ejemplo de honor

Example of honor

French

Symbole d'honneur

Symbol of honor

German

Die Ehrenhafte

The honorable One

Italian

La luce dell'onore

The light of honor

Portuguese

Égide da honra

Aegis of honor

Traditional Chinese

邁向閃耀的騎士之路

Striving toward shining chivalry

Jeralt

Blade Breaker

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Blade Breaker

From Jeralt's title in Three Houses; also the name of his personal ability.

Japanese

壊刃

Breaking blade

Spanish

Quiebraespadas

Breaking-blae

French

Briseur de Lames

Blade breaker

German

Klingenzerberster

Blade Shatter

Italian

Lo Spezzalame

The blade breaker

Portuguese

Parte espadas

Sword-split

Traditional Chinese

壞刃

Breaking blade

Kronya

Gleaming Blade

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Gleaming Blade

--

Japanese

煌めく残虐の刃

Gleaming cruel edge

Spanish

Hoja refulgente

Refulgent blade

French

Lame rutilante

Gleaming blade

German

Gleißende Klinge

Gleaming Blade

Italian

La lama sfavillante

The sparkling blade

Portuguese

Lâmina brutal

Brutal blade

Traditional Chinese

輝煌的殘虐之刃

Brilliant cruel blade

Leonie

Relentless Rays

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Relentless Rays

--

Japanese

負けず嫌いの夏

Unyielding summer

Spanish

Rayos implacables

Unrelenting rays

French

Chaleur implacable

Unrelenting heat

German

Brennende Sonne

Burning Sun

Italian

Raggio irriducibile

Unyielding ray

Portuguese

Raios implacáveis

Unrelenting rays

Traditional Chinese

爭強好勝的夏日

Competitive summer

Linhardt

Hevring's Heir

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Hevring's Heir

--

Japanese

ヘヴリング伯爵家

Hevring family

Spanish

Futuro de Hevring

Hevring's future

French

Héritier Hevring

Hevring heir

German

Erbe von Hevring

Heir of Hevring

Italian

Erede Hevring

Hevring heir

Portuguese

Herdeiro Hevring

Hevring heir

Traditional Chinese

海弗林格伯爵家

Hevring family

Spring Snoozer

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Spring Snoozer

--

Japanese

春眠の徒

Disciple of spring sleep

Spanish

Descanso vernal

Vernal rest

French

Dormeur vernal

Vernal sleeper

German

Frühlingsschläfer

Spring sleeper

Italian

Il sonnolento

The sleepy

Portuguese

Soneca vernal

Vernal nap

Traditional Chinese

春眠之徒

Disciple of spring sleep

Lorenz

Highborn Heat

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Highborn Heat

--

Japanese

高貴なる盛夏

Noble in midsummer

Spanish

Noble estival

Summer noble

French

Noble chaleur

Noble heat

German

Hoher Heißsporn

High Hothead

Italian

Il calore nobile

The noble heat

Portuguese

Estio ilustre

Illustrious summer

Traditional Chinese

高貴的盛夏

Midsummer noble

Lysithea

Child Prodigy

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Child Prodigy

--

Japanese

年下の優等生

Young honor student

Spanish

Joven prodigio

Young prodigy

French

Enfant prodige

Child prodigy

German

Nachwuchstalent

Offspring Talent

Italian

La prodigiosa

The prodigy

Portuguese

Criança prodígio

Child prodigy

Traditional Chinese

年幼的模範生

Young model student

Earnest Seeker

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Earnest Seeker

--

Japanese

真摯なる求道者

Sincere seeker

Spanish

Erudita resuelta

Resolute scholar

French

Élève sérieuse

Serious student

German

Ernste Suchende

Serious Seeker

Italian

La perseverante

The perseverant

Portuguese

Erudita resoluta

Resolute scholar

Traditional Chinese

勤奮認真的求道者

Diligent serious seeker

Gifted Students

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Gifted Students

--

Japanese

優秀な二人の聖夜

Superior pair of the holy night

Spanish

Alumnas aplicadas

Diligent students

French

Élèves de talent

Elevated talent

German

Begabtes Duo

Talented Duo

Italian

Il duo talentuoso

The talented duo

Portuguese

Alunas notáveis

Remarkable students

Traditional Chinese

優秀雙人組的聖夜

Outstanding pair of the holy night

Tea Sweetener

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Tea Sweetener

--

Japanese

甘いひととき

Sweet moments

Spanish

Momento dulce

Sweet moment

French

Douce par nature

Sweet by nature

German

Süßer Moment

Sweet moment

Italian

Dolce di natura

Sweet nature

Portuguese

Doçura do chá

Tea sweetness

Traditional Chinese

甜蜜時光

Sweet moment

Manuela

Silver Caroler

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Silver Caroler

--

Japanese

エドマンド辺境伯家

Hymn resounding in silver

Spanish

Corista plateada

Silver chorister

French

Choriste d'argent

Silver chorister

German

Silberstimme

Silver Voice

Italian

La voce argentea

The silver voice

Portuguese

Corista prateada

Silver chorist

Traditional Chinese

響徹白銀的聖歌

Resonant silver hymn

Marianne

Adopted Daughter

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Adopted Daughter

--

Japanese

エドマンド辺境伯家

Edmund frontier family

Spanish

Hija adoptiva

Adoptive daughter

French

Fille adoptive

Adoptive daughter

German

Adoptivtochter

Adopted Daughter

Italian

La figlia adottiva

The adoptive daughter

Portuguese

Filha adotiva

Adoptive daughter

Traditional Chinese

艾德蒙邊境伯爵家

Edmund frontier family

Serene Adherent

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Serene Adherent

--

Japanese

穏やかなる祈り

Gentle prayer

Spanish

Adepta serena

Serene adept

French

Adepte sereine

Serene adept

German

Ruhige Seele

Quet Soul

Italian

L'adepta serena

The serene adept

Portuguese

Adepta serena

Serene adept

Traditional Chinese

平靜的祈禱

Serene prayer

Mercedes

Kindly Devotee

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Kindly Devotee

--

Japanese

おっとり修道士

Gentle monk

Spanish

Devota afable

Afable devotee

French

Fidèle bienveillante

Benevolent believer

German

Sanfte Anhängerin

Gentle Follower

Italian

La devota gentile

The gentle devotee

Portuguese

Devota gentil

Gentle devotee

Traditional Chinese

穩重的修道士

Steady monk

Unfussed Basker

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Unfussed Basker

--

Japanese

おっとりバカンス

Gentle vacation

Spanish

Viajera tranquila

Tranquil traveler

French

Vacancière calme

Calm vacationer

German

Sanfte Urlauberin

Gentle Vacationer

Italian

La tintarella

The tan

Portuguese

Banhista serena

Serene bather

Traditional Chinese

穩重的假期

Steady vacation

Monica

Favored Vassal

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Nemesis

King of Liberation

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

King of Liberation

The name of Nemesis's personal class, King of Liberation.

Japanese

蘇りし解放王

Revived liberation king

Spanish

Rey Libertador

Liberation king; the Spanish name of the King of Liberation class.

French

Roi de la Libération

King of Liberation; the French name of the King of Liberation class.

German

Die Befreiung

The Liberation

Italian

Il gran liberatore

The great liberator

Portuguese

Rei da Libertação

King of Liberation

Traditional Chinese

復甦的解放王

Revived liberation king

Petra

Princess of Brigid

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Princess of Brigid

--

Japanese

異境の姫

Princess of a foreign land

Spanish

Princesa de Brigid

Princess of Brigid

French

Princesse de Brigid

Princess of Brigid

German

Prinzessin von Brigid

Princess of Brigid; abbreviated as Prinzessin v. Brigid.

Italian

Principessa delle Brigid

Princess of Brigid; abbreviated as Princ. delle Brigid.

Portuguese

Princesa de Brigid

Princess of Brigid

Traditional Chinese

異境公主

Foreign princess

Faraway Sun

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Faraway Sun

--

Japanese

異境の太陽

Foreign sun

Spanish

Sol lejano

Faraway sun

French

Soleil lointain

Faraway sun

German

Ferne Sonne

Far sun

Italian

Il sole lontano

The Faraway sun

Portuguese

Sol longínquo

Faraway sun

Traditional Chinese

異境太陽

Foreign sun

Raphael

Muscle-Monger

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Muscle-Monger

--

Japanese

砂漠の筋肉商人

Muscle merchant of the desert

Spanish

Forzudo

Strong

French

Marchand musclé

Muscled merchant

German

Muskelpaket

Muscle Package

Italian

Mercante erculeo

Herculean merchant

Portuguese

Forçudo

Strong

Traditional Chinese

沙漠的肌肉商人

Muscle merchant of the desert

Rhea

Witch of Creation

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Witch of Creation

--

Japanese

豊穣の魔女

Witch of good harvest

Spanish

Bruja creadora

Creator witch

French

Sorcière créatrice

Creator witch

German

Schöpfungshexe

Creation Witch

Italian

Strega dei campi

Witch of nourishing

Portuguese

Bruxa da criação

Witch of creation

Traditional Chinese

豐饒的魔女

Witch of fertility

Immaculate One

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Immaculate One

The name of Rhea's dragon form

Japanese

白きもの

The white one

Spanish

Furia Blanca

White Fury

French

L'Immaculée

The Immaculate One

German

Die Makellose

The Flawless

Italian

La Purissima

The Purest One

Portuguese

A imaculada

The immaculate one

Traditional Chinese

純白無瑕者

One who is pure white and without flaw

Loving Matriarch

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Loving Matriarch

--

Japanese

白き慈母

White affectionate mother

Spanish

Matriarca cariñosa

Loving matriarch

French

Matriarche aimante

Affectionate mother

German

Mütterliche Liebe

Matternal Love

Italian

Madre indulgente

Indulgent mother

Portuguese

Matriarca zelosa

Zealous matriarch

Traditional Chinese

純白慈母

Pure white mother

Seiros

Saint of Legend

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Saint of Legend

--

Japanese

伝承の聖者

Saint of legend

Spanish

Santa legendaria

Legendary saint

French

Sainte légendaire

Legendary saint

German

Legendäre Heilige

Legendary Saint

Italian

La santa del mito

The saint of myth

Portuguese

Santa lendária

Legendary saint

Traditional Chinese

傳承聖者

Legendary saint

Seteth

Seiros Adherent

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Seiros Adherent

--

Japanese

聖教会の石頭

Hard head of the sacred church

Spanish

Adepto de Seiros

Follower of Seiros

French

Adepte de Seiros

Adept of Seiros

German

Seiros-Anhänger

Seiros-Follower

Italian

Seguace di Seiros

Adherent of Seiros

Portuguese

Adepto de Seiros

Supporter of Seiros

Traditional Chinese

聖教會的死腦筋

Rigid mind of the sacred church

Shamir

Archer Apart

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Archer Apart

--

Japanese

孤高の射手

Independent archer

Spanish

Arquera indómita

Untamed archer

French

Archère solitaire

Solitary archer

German

Die Einzelgängerin

The Loner

Italian

Arciera autonoma

Independent archer

Portuguese

Arqueira indômita

Indomitable archer

Traditional Chinese

孤高的射手

Remote archer

Lone-Moon Ninja

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Lone-Moon Ninja

--

Japanese

孤月の忍者

Lone-moon ninja

Spanish

Ninja solitaria

Solitary ninja

French

Ninja de la lune

Ninja of the moon

German

Einsame Ninja

Lone Ninja

Italian

Ninja della Luna

Ninja of the Moon

Portuguese

Ninja solitária

Solitary ninja

Traditional Chinese

孤月忍者

Lone-moon ninja

Heartbeats United

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Heartbeats United

--

Japanese

心は常に共に

Hearts joined forever

Spanish

Corazones unidos

United hearts

French

Cœurs à l'unisson

Hearts in unison

German

Sommerherzen

Summer Hearts

Italian

Il duo affiatato

The close duo

Portuguese

Corações unidos

United hearts

Traditional Chinese

心靈常伴左右

Hearts joined forever

Shez

Rising Mercenary

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Rising Mercenary

--

Japanese

新進気鋭の傭兵

Up-and-coming mercenary

Spanish

Mercenario en alza

Mercenary on the rise

French

Épéiste prometteur

Promising epeeist

German

Söldnerzukunft

Mercenary-Future

Italian

Spada al soldo

Sword for hire

Portuguese

Mercenário orto

Rising mercenary

Traditional Chinese

新銳傭兵

Cutting-edge mercenary

Keen Mercenary

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Keen Mercenary

--

Japanese

前途有為な傭兵

Promising mercenary

Spanish

Mercenaria sagaz

Visionary mercenary

French
  • Mercenaire assidue
  • Épéiste passionnée
  • Diligent mercenary; used after the Rearmed Ganglöt & More update (November 18, 2022).
  • Passionate epeeist; used prior to the Rearmed Ganglöt & More update.
German

Söldnerhoffnung

Mercenary-Hope

Italian

Lama al soldo

Blade fore hire

Portuguese

Mercenária sagaz

Visionary mercenary

Traditional Chinese

前途無量的傭兵

Mercenary with a greath future

Sharpest Blades

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Sharpest Blades

--

Japanese

修羅の如き双刃

Like Asura's twin blades

Spanish

Hojas afiladas

Sharpened blades

French

Lames acérées

Sharp blades

German

Zwillingsklinge

Twin Blades

Italian

Lame taglienti

Sharp blades

Portuguese

Espadas afiadas

Sharp swords

Traditional Chinese

猶如修羅的雙刃

Like Asura's twin blades

Mercenary Shine

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Mercenary Shine

--

Japanese

真夏の休養任務

Midsummer vacation mission

Spanish

Luz mercenaria

Hired light

French

Mercenaire au soleil

Mercenary in the sun; abbreviated as Mercen. au soleil.

German

Außer Dienst

Out of service

Italian

Mercenaria al sole

Mercenary in the sun; abbreviated as Mercen. al sole.

Portuguese

Luz mercenária

Hired light

Traditional Chinese

盛夏的休養任務

Midsummer vacation mission

Mercenary Shade

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Mercenary Shade

--

Japanese

傭兵の夏季休暇

Mercenary's summer vacation

Spanish

Sombra mercenaria

Hired shade

French

Mercenaire au repos

Mercenary at rest; abbreviated as Mercen. au repos.

German

Urlaubsmission

Vacation mission

Italian

Mercenario all'ombra

Mercenary in the shade; abbreviated as Mercen. all'ombra.

Portuguese

Breu mercenário

Hired shade

Traditional Chinese

傭兵的暑假

Mercenary's summer vacation

Solon

Church Shadow

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Church Shadow

--

Japanese

聖教会に潜む闇

Lurking in the darkness of the sacred church

Spanish

Sombra eclesial

Church shadow

French

Ombre de l'Église

Shadow of the Church

German

Dunkler Schemen

Dark Shadow

Italian

La serpe in seno

The snake within

Portuguese

Bispo sombrio

Dark bishop

Traditional Chinese

潛藏於聖教會的黑暗

Hidden in the sacred church's darkness

Sothis

Girl on the Throne

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Girl on the Throne

Refers to Sothis; from the title of two cutscenes in the Prologue and a song from Fire Emblem: Three Houses in all languages but Portuguese.

Japanese

玉座の少女

Girl of the throne

Spanish

Niña del trono

Girl of the throne

French

Jeune fille du trône

Young girl of the throne

German

Thronmädchen

Throne Maiden

Italian

Ragazza sul trono

Girl on the throne

Portuguese

A menina do trono

The girl of the throne

Traditional Chinese

王座少女

Throne girl

Silver Specter

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Silver Specter

--

Japanese

雪夜の幻

Phantom of a snowy night

Spanish

Espectro níveo

Snowy specter

French

Spectre de neige

Specter of snow

German

Silbererscheinung

Silver Apparition

Italian

L'argentea visione

The silver vision

Portuguese

Aparição prateada

Silver apparition

Traditional Chinese

雪夜幻夢

Snowy night illusion

Bound-Spirit Duo

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Bound-Spirit Duo

--

Japanese

収穫祭が繋ぐ魂

Harvest festival bound spirits

Spanish

Almas vinculadas

Bound souls

French

Paire d'âmes liées

Pair of linked souls

German

Geistiges Bündnis

Spiritual Alliance

Italian

Il duo spirituale

The spiritual duo

Portuguese

Dupla vinculada

Bound duo

Traditional Chinese

收穫祭連繫的靈魂

Harvest festival bound spirits

Sylvain

Hanging with Tens

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Hanging with Tens

A pun on the hang ten surfing stunt and "ten" referring to an exceptionally attractive individual.

Japanese

夏の女神を探して

Searching for the goddess of summer

Spanish
(Spain)

Ligón veraniego

Summer flirt

Spanish
(Latin America)

Seductor estival

Summer seductor

French

Séducteur estival

Summer seductor

German

Sonniger Sucher

Sunny Seeker

Italian

Il corteggiatore

The suitor

Portuguese

Sedutor estival

Summer seductor

Traditional Chinese

尋找夏天的女神

Seeking the goddess of summer

Consummate Flirt

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Consummate Flirt

--

Japanese

口説き上手の

Skilled at romance

Spanish

Donjuán perfecto

Perfect philanderer

French

Habile séducteur

Skillful seductor

German

Süßholzraspler

Sweet-Talker

Italian

Il corteggiatore

The philanderer

Portuguese

Paquerador-mor

Chief flirt

Traditional Chinese

擅長搭訕的

Expert flirt

Spring Flingster

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Spring Flingster

--

Japanese

春の出会いを期待

Hoping for spring encounters

Spanish

Encuentro vernal

Vernal encounter

French

Charmeur vernal

Vernal charmer

German

Frühlingscharmeur

Spring charmer

Italian

Incontro fiorito

Flowering encounter

Portuguese

Flerte vernal

Vernal flirt

Traditional Chinese

期待著春天的邂逅

Hoping for spring encounters

Yuri

Ashen Valiant

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Ashen Valiant

--

Japanese

灰色の義侠心

Ashen chivalrous spirit

Spanish

Valor plateado

Silver valor

French

Brave de cendre

Brave of ash

German

Silberner Edelmut

Silver Generosity

Italian

Il prode Cinereo

The ashen brave

Portuguese

Lobo valoroso

Valorous wolf

Traditional Chinese

灰色的俠義心

Ashen chivalrous spirit

Underground Lord

Names, etymology, and in other regions
Language Name Definition, etymology, and notes
English

Underground Lord

Yuri's ending title in Three Houses.

Japanese

薄闇を統べる者

Ruler in dim light

Spanish

Señor del hampa

Lord of the underworld

French

Empereur de l'ombre

Emperor of shadow; abbreviated as Emp. de l'ombre.

German

Herr der Unterwelt

Lord of the Underworld; abbreviated as Herr d. Unterwelt.

Italian

Sovrano delle tenebre

Sovereign of shadows; abbreviated as Sov. delle tenebre.

Portuguese

Lorde das trevas

Lord of darkness

Traditional Chinese

幽暗統治者

Ruler in dim light

See also