Naming traditions, Male
Male names are generally made from a root word, include -en, and one of these features: -e, -ə, -ar, zh, dz, on
Male names never include female features.
Naming traditions, female
Female names are generally made from a root word, include -en or -esn, and one of these features: (i-), h, mi, sn, o, y-, -i
Female names never include male features.
Naming traditions, Family names
Family names are generally made from the highest status parent's first name plus -en (person). However, if someone highly important is one's parent, they may pass down that last name to their children. Ex. The founder of Jistiniab was Jistidz Itemien and so his children got the last name "Jistidzen." Although generations have passed, everyone in the family still has the last name Jistidzen.
Other naming traditions
Neuter names are generally made from a root word, include -en or -an and often ends in -a. Neuter names can have both male and female features, but generally have neither. High royalty always have neuter names to eliminate any perceived weakness based on gender.
The Ferniazib Pantheon is the main religion. Most Almias regard Almienin as having the highest and most respectable ideals.