CAP 31 - Part 13 - Name Submissions

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Calmavan


Caravan + Almas, sounds like Camel

Pronounced: KAL-mah-van

A caravan is a trade expedition, which often used camels and traded gems. Almas is the arabic word for diamond. I think Calma sounds similar to Camel.
 
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Zircairo


Pronounced: Zer-KYE-roh
IPA: zɜrˈkaɪroʊ

Zircon + Cairo

Zircon is a gemstone that is often sold as a fake diamond in the form of cubic zirconia. Cairo is the capital city of Egypt, where camels are common

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Egypsum


Pronounced: Eee-JIP-suhm
IPA: i’jhpsəm

Egypt because camel, and gypsum is a type of gemstone
 
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Saladrom


"Saladin" (historical sultan) + "dromedary"

Pronounced /sælədrʌm/

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Bazactrian


"Bazaar" + "bactrian" (as in bactrian camel)

Pronounced /bəzæktriən/

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Moissulthan


"Moissanite" (mineral with similar properties to diamond) + "sultan" (historical Arabic leader)

Pronounced /mɔɪsʌlθən/
 
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Jawal


Jamal (arabic for camel) + Jewel

Pronounced: Jah-Wuhl

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Soiltan


Soil + Sultan

Pronounced: Soyl-Tn

Leaning towards the second one
 

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Carbactrian


From "carbon" (what diamonds are made of) and "Bactrian" (the camel species with two humps).

Pronounced: kar-BAK-tree-an

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Camerald


From "camel" (the animal CAP31 is based off) and "emerald" (a type of gemstone).

Pronounced: KAM-er-ald
 
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Cameluster


Camel+Luster

Pronounced: CAM-L-US-ter

Gems have luster and it is a camel. Big brain idea here.

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Duoarch


Duo+Monarch.

Pronouced: DO-OH-ARK

CAP 31 is a two humped camal, hence duo. It also has a regal look, like a monarch.

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Camelillionaire


Camel+Millionaire

Pronouced: CA-MILL-EON-AIR

CAP 31 is a camel millionaire. That is all.
 
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Luxuramel


A combination of "luxury" and "camel".

Pronunciation: LUHG-zhr-amel

Name is a self-explanatory portmanteau. Feel like it captures the majestic and royal vibe of CAP 31.
 
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Humprecious


From "Hump" ( the mounds at the back of the camel) and "Precious" (adjective meaning something is beautiful or of high worth).

Pronounced: HOM-pre-Shos
 
Would love to enter "Desert Lapras" as a joke submission but that's frowned upon so,

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Mirajah


Mirage (Optical phenomenon common in deserts) + Raja (Indian or Malay prince or chief (thanks Webster))

Mih-RAH-zha

Debated on whether or not to have the H at the end but I think it works better with it.
 
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Dromulent


Dromedary + Opulent. Emphasizes the splendor that justifies stuff like Diamond Storm and Serene Grace, plus it's simple and intuitively pronounced.

Pronounced: drawm-you-lent (just like the word "cromulent" but with a d)
 
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Berliaja


Berlian (diamond in Malay) + Raja (King in Malay)

Ber - Lee - Ah - Jah

It quite literally says Diamond King
 
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Zultharaja


Corruption of Sultan (meaning power or authority) + Sahara (the desert) + raja (its status)

Pronunciation: Sul - fa - RA - jah
 
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