An ancient people, the Fogarma [pronounced foh•GAR•mah, both sing. and pl.] built a vast realm that exercised tutelage over many Noriki communities before a Noriki prince destroyed their empire. Today, they are few in number, scattered in cities across the world. Because they transcend political boundaries, and because of the antiquity of their religion, they are shunned and scapegoated by other nations, including the Noriki, who accuse them of rejecting their God Gaal. There are few of them in Nor’, and those are mostly merchants, physicians, and scholars. The Fogarma are of relatively small stature, dark-complexioned, and have fine facial features.
Chana, Chava, Dafna, Esfir, Gila, Iudit, Leah, Layla, Lilit, Maryam, Naomi, Rakhel, Rivka, Sara, Tamar, Yael
Aharon, Asher, Chayim, Daniel, David, Eliezer, Gershom, Levi, Mordechai, Meir, Shimon, Shmuel, Yaakov, Yehuda, Yosef
Patronymics are formed by putting bar after the given name, and before the father’s name for males, and bat after the given name, and before the father’s or mother’s name for females.