This name generator will send you 15 random names for badgers that are part of the Narnia universe Chronicles. Badgers in Narnia are like badgers in real life, except for bigger ones and able to talk. They have not played big parts in Narnia 's books, but they pop up in a lot of it, including in some of the wars. In the books only one individual badger (Trufflehunter) was named, along with a group of three hardbiters. Working with it isn't such a lot, but like many other animals in Naria, these compound names are quite easy to build on, which we have done. However, we concentrated more on names such as Trufflehunter, as this seemed to be a definite personal name while Hardbiter could be a family name or a form of badger, but Trufflehunter could probably be said the same. Anyway there are plenty of names in this generator to choose from.
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Badger is an English word meaning "a strong, aggressive, courageous, and clever predator". In the Chronicles of Narnia, Badgers were the enemies of the princes of the Woodland Realm. Badger is also the traditional name for any large mammal of at least three subfamilies, which belong to the mammalian family Mustelidae. The three subgroups are the small mammals like mink, badger, and squirrel; large mammals such as bear, wolf, and big cat; and hyraxes. Badgers were known to inhabit the dry areas of Europe and Asia, particularly in Northern India, China, and Arabia. In North America, they were seen mostly in the western half of the continent, including British Columbia.
Badgers have a long tail, thick fur, and short legs. Their body color varies depending on species and habitat. The most common color among all species is white with black markings. Other colors include brownish black, gray, red, and yellowish. Their feet can have either a solid color or stripes. The males are larger than the females, weighing more than forty pounds on average. The females, however, can weigh less than ten pounds, with the males being slightly larger.
The Chronicles of Narnia is written from the viewpoint of the four young children. Badger was a character first introduced in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. He later became the main villain in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. Badger also made his first appearance in Aesop's fable. In the fable, Aesop states that good animals will not hurt or scare the wicked, but that it is the wicked that will hurt or scare animals. According to Aesop, evil creatures are not scared by bad animals but will protect their own kind. The difference between the good and bad animals is that evil ones do not harm other animals, while good animals harm only other animals.