I'll make an attempt. My only problem is that I don't have experience with the English edition, so this'll be interesting to source what actually means what. I will not try and translate that, and rather let someone else do that to clarify things.
Alderlander human, Frailer halfelven and Ailander human names
Often names with Germanic/light Latin tones. Nicknames are commonly based on deeds, profession, traits, origins.
Elvenspring halfelven names
Elvenspring given a simpler name with an elfish touch at birth. When they become druids, they will often take a descriptive name that can be written with Maha-script, and then carries them on their clothes.
General halfelven names
Often names with a Germanic/light Latin tones. Nicknames are commonly based on deeds, profession, traits, origins.
Aslene human names
Often names with Greek/Latin tones. Germanic names also occur. No defined border to Alderlanders.
Think performer's names. The elves choose the names that they like and change it often several times during their long lives. For that reason there will be many variations.
Strong names, preferably with nicknames of mountains, traits, or craftsmanship.
Male names contain only sounds that orcs can pronounce.
Women often complicate their names to point out a verbal superiority.
Nicknames are very common. Particular with harmonic and good-natured names.
Are often similar to the halflings with names and nicknames, but won't try to be as cute.
Melodic names with gliding vowels. Nicknames based on deeds or traits are rare, because the focus is on the group rather than the individual. Inspiration: Hawaiian names.
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När inga ungar längre finns är allting slut.
vad är det då för mening om man står ut?
Visst har det blivit kaos i tidens lopp,
men så länge det finns ungar så finns det hopp.