History NamesToRunAwayFrom / NamesEndingInTh

15th Mar '18 4:21:00 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** Lolth (aka Lloth), the Demon Queen of Spiders, an evil goddess worshipped by drow.

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** Lolth (aka Lloth), The chief deity of the Demon drow is Lolth/Lloth, the demonic Queen of Spiders, an evil goddess worshipped by drow.Spiders. Likewise, the chief deity of the yuan-ti is Sseth (also known as Merrshaulk).
17th Jan '18 12:45:41 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** "Sìth"[[note]]pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] is a UsefulNotes/{{Scot|land}}tish Gaelic term (the UsefulNotes/{{Ir|eland}}ish Gaelic equivalent being "sídhe"[[note]]also pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] or "sí"[[note]]pronounced SHEE[[/note]]) associated with a variety of spirits that are often quite dangerous. The term originally referred to the mounds where the spirits lived, with "daoine sìth"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]] (Scottish) and "daoine sídhe"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aes sídhe"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aos sí"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE[[/note]] (Irish) meaning "people of the mounds" -- although nowadays "sìth"/"sídhe"/"sí" often refer to the spirits themselves. Also note that in accordance with (appropriately enough) TheScottishTrope, Gaelic traditions often use [[IHaveManyNames numerous other names]] like "the Good Neighbours" and "TheFairFolk" to avoid [[SpeakOfTheDevil drawing the spirits' attention]].

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** "Sìth"[[note]]pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] is a UsefulNotes/{{Scot|land}}tish Gaelic term (the UsefulNotes/{{Ir|eland}}ish Gaelic equivalent being "sídhe"[[note]]also pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] or "sí"[[note]]pronounced SHEE[[/note]]) associated with a variety of spirits that are often quite dangerous. The term originally referred to the mounds where the spirits lived, with "daoine sìth"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]] (Scottish) and "daoine sídhe"[[note]]pronounced sídhe"[[note]]also pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aes sídhe"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aos sí"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE[[/note]] (Irish) meaning "people of the mounds" -- although nowadays "sìth"/"sídhe"/"sí" often refer to the spirits themselves. Also note that in accordance with (appropriately enough) TheScottishTrope, Gaelic traditions often use [[IHaveManyNames numerous other names]] like "the Good Neighbours" and "TheFairFolk" to avoid [[SpeakOfTheDevil drawing the spirits' attention]].
17th Jan '18 12:44:59 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** "Sìth"[[note]]pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] is a UsefulNotes/{{Scot|land}}tish Gaelic term (the UsefulNotes/{{Ir|eland}}ish Gaelic equivalent being "sídhe"[[note]]also pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] or "s&iacute"[[note]]pronounced SHEE[[/note]]) associated with a variety of spirits that are often quite dangerous. The term originally referred to the mounds where the spirits lived, with "daoine sìth"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]] (Scottish) and "daoine sídhe"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aes sídhe"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aos sí"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE[[/note]] (Irish) meaning "people of the mounds" -- although nowadays "sìth"/"sídhe"/"sí" often refer to the spirits themselves. Also note that in accordance with (appropriately enough) TheScottishTrope, Gaelic traditions often use [[IHaveManyNames numerous other names]] like "the Good Neighbours" and "TheFairFolk" to avoid [[SpeakOfTheDevil drawing the spirits' attention]].

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** "Sìth"[[note]]pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] is a UsefulNotes/{{Scot|land}}tish Gaelic term (the UsefulNotes/{{Ir|eland}}ish Gaelic equivalent being "sídhe"[[note]]also pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] or "s&iacute"[[note]]pronounced "sí"[[note]]pronounced SHEE[[/note]]) associated with a variety of spirits that are often quite dangerous. The term originally referred to the mounds where the spirits lived, with "daoine sìth"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]] (Scottish) and "daoine sídhe"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aes sídhe"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aos sí"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE[[/note]] (Irish) meaning "people of the mounds" -- although nowadays "sìth"/"sídhe"/"sí" often refer to the spirits themselves. Also note that in accordance with (appropriately enough) TheScottishTrope, Gaelic traditions often use [[IHaveManyNames numerous other names]] like "the Good Neighbours" and "TheFairFolk" to avoid [[SpeakOfTheDevil drawing the spirits' attention]].
17th Jan '18 12:44:38 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** "Sìth"[[note]]pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] is a UsefulNotes/{{Scot|land}}tish Gaelic term (the UsefulNotes/{{Ir|eland}}ish Gaelic equivalent being "sídhe"[[note]]also pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] or "s&iacute"[[note]]pronounced SHEE[[/note]]) associated with a variety of spirits that are often quite dangerous. The term originally referred to the mounds where the spirits lived, with "daoine sìth"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]] (Scottish) and "daoine sídhe"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aes sídhe"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aos sí"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE[[/note]] (Irish) meaning "people of the mounds" -- although nowadays "sìth"/"sídhe"/"sí" often refer to the spirits themselves. Also note that in accordance with (appropriately enough) TheScottishTrope, Gaelic traditions often use [[IHaveManyNames numerous other names]] like "the Good Neighbours" and "TheFairFolk" to avoid [[SpeakOfTheDevil drawing the spirits' attention]] (though "The Scottish Trope" itself actually comes from [[Theatre/{{Macbeth}} another work]] that happens to be listed on this page under Theatre).

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** "Sìth"[[note]]pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] is a UsefulNotes/{{Scot|land}}tish Gaelic term (the UsefulNotes/{{Ir|eland}}ish Gaelic equivalent being "sídhe"[[note]]also pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] or "s&iacute"[[note]]pronounced SHEE[[/note]]) associated with a variety of spirits that are often quite dangerous. The term originally referred to the mounds where the spirits lived, with "daoine sìth"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]] (Scottish) and "daoine sídhe"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aes sídhe"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aos sí"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE[[/note]] (Irish) meaning "people of the mounds" -- although nowadays "sìth"/"sídhe"/"sí" often refer to the spirits themselves. Also note that in accordance with (appropriately enough) TheScottishTrope, Gaelic traditions often use [[IHaveManyNames numerous other names]] like "the Good Neighbours" and "TheFairFolk" to avoid [[SpeakOfTheDevil drawing the spirits' attention]] (though "The Scottish Trope" itself actually comes from [[Theatre/{{Macbeth}} another work]] that happens to be listed on this page under Theatre).attention]].
17th Jan '18 12:38:21 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** "Sìth" is an alternate spelling of "sídhe" (pronounced SHEE-thuh), the Gaelic word for TheFairFolk -- although nowadays it's often shortened to "sí" (pronounced SHEE).

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** "Sìth" "Sìth"[[note]]pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] is an alternate spelling of "sídhe" (pronounced SHEE-thuh), the a UsefulNotes/{{Scot|land}}tish Gaelic word for TheFairFolk term (the UsefulNotes/{{Ir|eland}}ish Gaelic equivalent being "sídhe"[[note]]also pronounced SHEE-thuh[[/note]] or "s&iacute"[[note]]pronounced SHEE[[/note]]) associated with a variety of spirits that are often quite dangerous. The term originally referred to the mounds where the spirits lived, with "daoine sìth"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]] (Scottish) and "daoine sídhe"[[note]]pronounced DEE-nuh SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aes sídhe"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE-thuh[[/note]]/"aos sí"[[note]]pronounced ACE SHEE[[/note]] (Irish) meaning "people of the mounds" -- although nowadays it's "sìth"/"sídhe"/"sí" often shortened refer to "sí" (pronounced SHEE).the spirits themselves. Also note that in accordance with (appropriately enough) TheScottishTrope, Gaelic traditions often use [[IHaveManyNames numerous other names]] like "the Good Neighbours" and "TheFairFolk" to avoid [[SpeakOfTheDevil drawing the spirits' attention]] (though "The Scottish Trope" itself actually comes from [[Theatre/{{Macbeth}} another work]] that happens to be listed on this page under Theatre).
11th Oct '17 8:04:09 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* ''Film/SchindlersList'' has real-life [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] war criminal Amon Goeth as a villain.

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* ''Film/SchindlersList'' has real-life [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] war criminal Amon Goeth Göth/Goeth as a villain.



* [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] war criminal Amon Goeth (made famous by ''Film/SchindlersList'').

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* [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] war criminal Amon Goeth (made Göth/Goeth, made famous by ''Film/SchindlersList'').''Film/SchindlersList''.
10th Sep '17 6:51:50 AM PaulA
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** Asenath Waite, from ''The Thing On The Doorstep''. She's perhaps the only human in Lovecraft's works who got a [[NamesToRunAwayFrom/NamesEndingInTh Name Ending In Th]]... and that says a lot.

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** Asenath Waite, from ''The Thing On The Doorstep''. "Literature/TheThingOnTheDoorstep". She's perhaps the only human in Lovecraft's works who got a [[NamesToRunAwayFrom/NamesEndingInTh Name Ending In Th]]...Th... and that says a lot.



** Innsmouth, the titular place from ''Shadow Over Innsmouth''. Even though the name is English in origin, the "th" at the end hints that something is [[IncrediblyLamePun fishy]] about this place...
** Kadath, from ''The Dream Quest Of Unknown Kadath''. It's the last dwelling of the gods, inaccessible to mere mortals.
** Sarnath, from ''The Doom That Came To Sarnath''. A forgotten ancient city, that, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin well]]...
** Shoggoth, a type of creatures looking like a giant formless puddle of black goo with a lot of eyes.

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** Innsmouth, the titular place from ''Shadow Over Innsmouth''."Literature/TheShadowOverInnsmouth". Even though the name is English in origin, the "th" at the end hints that something is [[IncrediblyLamePun fishy]] about this place...
** Kadath, from ''The Dream Quest Of Unknown Kadath''.''Literature/TheDreamQuestOfUnknownKadath''. It's the last dwelling of the gods, inaccessible to mere mortals.
** Sarnath, from ''The "The Doom That Came To Sarnath''.to Sarnath". A forgotten ancient city, that, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin well]]...
** Shoggoth, a type of creatures looking like a giant formless puddle of black goo with a lot of eyes.eyes, featured in ''Literature/AtTheMountainsOfMadness''.



** Yith. Home planet of The Great Race of Yith, a powerful alien race capable of swapping minds with creatures of another eras.

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** Yith. Home planet of The Great Race of Yith, a powerful alien race capable of swapping minds with creatures of another eras.eras, featured in "Literature/TheShadowOutOfTime".



*** Other names with a "th" in the middle (but not at the end) include Ithaqua, Nyarlathotep.... and of course, Cthulhu.
** Yuggoth, aka [[ScienceMarchesOn planet]] Pluto. But it's more terrifying than it sounds, since in Lovecraft's works Yuggoth is inhabited by all kinds of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s.

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*** Other names with a "th" in the middle (but not at the end) include Ithaqua, Nyarlathotep.... and of course, Cthulhu.
[[Literature/TheCallOfCthulhu Cthulhu]].
** Yuggoth, aka the dark planet on the edge of the solar system. (The narrator of "Literature/TheWhispererInDarkness" identified it with the then-newly-discovered Pluto, but [[ScienceMarchesOn planet]] Pluto. as we now know, Pluto is not a planet]] .) But it's more terrifying than it sounds, since in Lovecraft's works Yuggoth is inhabited by all kinds of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s.
31st Jul '17 5:55:42 AM CosmicFerret
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* ''Franchise/DragonQuest'':

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* ''Franchise/DragonQuest'':''VideoGame/DragonQuest'':
29th Apr '17 9:54:44 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Methamphetamine, or meth, is one of the world's most addictive and dangerous drugs.

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* Methamphetamine, or meth, meth for short, is one of the world's most addictive and dangerous drugs.
9th Mar '17 11:46:08 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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