List of references and name origins in SASTG

Title

  • So Aden Sank to Grief is a reference to Robert Frost's 1923 poem "Nothing Gold Can Stay".

References in the DM Reports

Stolen names

  • "Brill" comes from the name of a village in Buckinghamshire.
  • "Boveney" from Boveney-Brill also comes from the name of a village in Buckinghamshire.
  • Coriolana comes from Shakespeare's tragedy Coriolanus.
  • Caerleon comes from the name of a community in Wales, north of Newport.
  • The Mersey is a river in northwest England, and it means "border river".
  • Nod comes from the biblical land of Nod.
  • Sybele comes from the word Sibyl.
  • Uskland comes from the name of the River Usk, in Wales.

Names that mean something

  • Bledvor is derived from "бе́лый" and "дво́р", the Russian words for "white" and "court".
  • Blékorlóya comes from "бе́лый" and "короле́ва", the Russian words for "white" and "queen"
  • Cilbren means "keel" in Welsh.
  • Gobaiddy is a compound of "gobaith" and "tŷ", the Welsh words for "hope" and "house".
  • Molshanipraznik comes from "молча́ние" and "пра́здник", the Russian words for "silence" in the sense of not talking, and "holiday".
  • Rhyfeldy is a compount of "rhyfel" and "tŷ", the Welsh words for "war" and "house".

List of references and name origins in SASTG

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