Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Gname That Gnome #6



This is a Stone Age lady gnome.

Gname that Gnome!

Yesterday's gnome was named "Gnightshade, the Prince of Shadows" by Megwrites and Katherine Elisabeth. There were some great posts yesterday, everyone is really running with the gnome gnames.

12 comments:

Stacia said...

Mona Litha
This portrait pre-dates the smile, a development of the Bronze Age.

Fiona said...

Margrethe.

Jamie said...

Griselda.

Chris said...

Ptorna.
The ladybug is named Nottle and is about as happy with the pet situation as Ptorna is. (How happy that is, precisely, is difficult to judge.)

Alysa said...

she wears the ladybug around her neck as a token of her bravery. Bravery in the battle against those giant mosquitos they had in the stone age. you know, the ones from jurassic park.

Helene said...

Stef. She wishes she were born in a different age.

Q said...

Lady Bird. That's why she's wearing that necklace.

Greg Newbold said...

Ok, I'm feeling a trend... I am going with Gnsteve.

Anika S. said...

ms medusa, lady of the protruding ear bones. ( they help with her voodoo)

Lizardbreath McGee said...

Gneolithica (She hunts tiny, tiny mastodons.)

Katharine Elisabeth said...

Shamana

Grettir said...

Grantha...with the "th" prounonced as a "th" should be.

But the first thing that came to mind was:

"He tried to explain, but Grantha didn't like his antha."

...which really only works if it's said by someone from Brooklyn with a lisp, which definitely narrows the field of possible narrators for the audiobook.