Are you referring to a name for a fursona?
Anagrams always work well, though it can be hard to execute. Try using this site: http://www.lerfjhax.com/scrambler
You could also try to use other languages to make a name. Try using Babelfish for this.
You could also use the more use the more uncreative approach of using your screenname.
And finally you could use a common name like "John" or "Blake".
Hope that helped
When a fursona has the word 'anthro' applied to it (it's probably already anthropomorphic, as a furry, anyway), it's referring to the body shape. That means the character has a human's general body composition. Feral, as another example of a body shape, would imply a more natural animal's build.
Yes, you'll need to save up a few thousand dollars. Then go on line and search "fursuit makers". Send them a picture of the animal you want to 'become' and then wait a few months and you will receive your anthro creature costume (fursuit) via mail. Alternatively, you could also make your own costume if you have time.
Yes and no, depending on how the words are used. If some one were to say "I like furries" and someone were to say "I like anthros" chances are they mean the same thing. However if someone were to say "I am a furry" Meaning they are part of the furry fandom, and someone were to say "I am an anthro" It desnt have the same meaning.Anthro comes from the greek word anthrÅpos which means Human. If the furry fandom anthro is usedas short for anthropomorphic meaning hunam like or having human qualities (ie: talking, walking of 2 feet instead of 4, ect)
Any Name is a good name, personally i i think ajaxs is a good one.
Yes! Gus is a great name for a dog! your a good dog name picker
Anthro Corporation was created in 1984.
the prefix anthro- means human
An anthro is an informal term for an anthropomorphic character in fiction.
Anthro means human, humanoid, or human-like. An example of anthro is anthropology.
Stem (Anthro)= Human E.g; Anthropology
Anthro comes from "Anthropos" meaning "man" in Greek.
The prefix anthro- means "man" An example would be anthropology or anthropomorphic.
prefix of anthropology is ANTHRO.
The word anthro? I believe that the word came from Latin, though I really don't have anything to back this statement up... I hope that helped.
"Anthro" is a commonly used prefix, and can be considered short for a variety of words. Amongst the many examples include the words anthropomorphic and anthropology.