Re: Someone pick apart this name...
- Actually, that's exactly what I was going for. I'm not sure if
Hotaru translates the same in period or not, but the modern
translation comes in as "firefly".
I found the name in modern use, namely a google search pulled up a T.
Kuromori, a doctor of plant genetics. Also, there is a kabuki
festival in Korumori, which is a town in northern Japan. Lucky
coincidence as I was going that route anyway, northern Japan and all
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Anthony J. Bryant" <ajbryant@i...>
> arilusstyx wrote:
> > OK so I seem to be overcomplicating myself.
> > I also misundrestood a couple of things.
> > "Kuromori no Ichiro Hotaru"
> > Better? And my persona is actually titled in the group I am in, so
> > that's not an issue. However I did in fact consider this before I
> > started puttnig it together.
> Are you trying for "Black Forest" with "Kuromori"? I can't recall
> encountering the name, but it's perfectly acceptable as a surname.
> show your sentiments: just say "non"