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My Singing Monsters (Original Game)

The table below gives all of the origins of all monsters' names. It shows each of the species names, rather than each individual given name at birth. Note that Rare Monsters' names, as well as Epic Monsters' names, all originate from their common counterparts.

 Monster Name Origins
Monster Origin
Mammott
Mammott
Mammoth. (a large extinct animal related to the elephant that lived during the ice age)
Noggin
Noggin
A word for head.
Toe Jammer
Toe Jammer
Toe, "toe jam", jam (as in "jelly") and jammer.
Potbelly
Potbelly
Flower pot, belly, and the term "pot belly".
Tweedle
Tweedle
A wavering chirp or whistle. Also, tweet.
Kayna
Kayna
The word "volcano" spelled a little different with less letters and a few letters added.
Theremind
Theremind
Theremin (an electronic instrument) and mind.
Floot Fly
Floot Fly
Its name is a pun on "fruit fly" and the fact that it plays some kind of woodwind. Flutes are among the woodwind instruments, despite them usually being made of metal.
Clackula
Clackula
It is a portmanteau between either clack or clatter and Dracula.
Fwog
Fwog
"Frog" in the way Elmer Fudd would pronounce.
Drumpler
Drumpler
Drum player, or drummer and plump.
Maw
Maw
A synonym for mouth.
T-Rox
T-Rox
T-Rex, and rocks.
Furcorn
Furcorn
Fur and acorn. Also possibly corn.
Oaktopus
Oaktopus
Oak (a type of tree) and octopus.
Shrubb
Shrubb
Shrub with 2 Bs, like beatboxer.
Dandidoo
Dandidoo
Dandelion, and its doo singing.
Quibble
Quibble
To quibble which means to argue. (much like the two heads of this Monster)
Cybop
Cybop
Cyborg, Cyclops, and bop.
Pango
Pango
Penguin, and the dance, tango.
Stogg
Stogg
Stegosaurus, dog, and ogg, a type of audio file.
Flowah
Flowah
Flower.
Glowl
Glowl
Glow and owl.
Boskus
Boskus
Bos (bull) and proboscis. Also a shortening of proboscis.
Phangler
Phangler
Microphone and anglerfish. Also "dangle" which is what its microphones do.
Bonkers
Bonkers
Bonk and the phrase "to go bonkers".
Poppette
Poppette
Pop and maybe puppet.
Yuggler
Yuggler
Yogi and juggler.
HippityHop
HippityHop
The name is based on "Hip Hop" (the music genre) and alluding to jump-like behavior (since they're lagomorphs).
Squot
Squot
Its name is a mangled version of the word "Squat".
Wimmzies
Wimmzies
Whimsy, which means "a thing that is fanciful or odd", and the word whimsical, which means "playfully quaint or fanciful, especially in an appealing and amusing way".
Peckidna
Peckidna
Peck and Echidna.
Denchuhs
Denchuhs
The Denchuhs' name is a play on words on "dentures".
Hawlo
Hawlo
It is a play on the word hollow, as well as "hawthorn", the kind of berries on its head.
Reedling
Reedling
Reed, a tall, slender-leaved plant and seedling.
Bowgart
Bowgart
Boggart, and bow, the stick for string instruments.
Spunge
Spunge
Sponge spelled with a u instead of an o.
Thumpies
Thumpies
Reference to the game Thumpies and in this game, its origin is Thumping.
Scups
Scups
Suction cups.
PomPom
PomPom
Cheerleading pom poms.
Congle
Congle
Conga as a verb and conga. (a type of drum)
Pummel
Pummel
To pummel. (Meaning to hit something or someone very hard)
Clamble
Clamble
Clam and cymbal.
Floogull
Floogull
Flugelhorn and seagull
Barrb
Barrb
Barb which means something sharp.
Repatillo
Repatillo
Reptile and armadillo.
Rootitoot
Rootitoot
Root and toot.
Woolabee
Woolabee
Wool,  Wallaby, Lullaby, and possibly Gulabi. (a type of goat with long floppy ears)
Whaddle
Whaddle
Waddle.
Wynq
Wynq
Wink.
Ziggurab (Adult)
Ziggurab
Ziggurat and crab.
Thrumble (Adult)
Thrumble
Thrum (A rhythmic humming sound) and rumble.
Tapricorn
Tapricorn
Tap, capricorn, and unicorn.
Periscorp
Periscorp
Periscope and scorpion.
Rooba
Rooba
Dilruba, and possibly root, rhubarb, and rubato.
Cantorell
Cantorell
Its name is derived from "cantor," a singer of religious music, and "chanterelle," a variety of mushroom.
Bridg-it
Bridg-it
Bridge and the name "Bridget".
Clavi Gnat
Clavi Gnat
A pun of Gnat, a mosquito-like bug that has a biting form and a nonbiting form, and Clavinet.
Withur
Withur
It is a play on the word "Wither" and "zither", which is the instrument where the sound that Withur makes comes from.
Uuduk
Uuduk
It is a combination between "Udu" and "Duduk", both of which are instruments.
Banjaw
Banjaw
Portmanteau of "Banjo" and "Jaw", and "Bonjour".
Entbrat
Entbrat
Ent. (Norse Mythology Creature / Lord of the Rings) And brat, a badly behaved child.
Deedge
Deedge
DJ and fridge.
Riff
Riff
Guitar riff.
Shellbeat
Shellbeat
Shell and beat.
Quarrister
Quarrister
Quarry and chorister.
Tring
Tring
Triangle, ring, and possibly thing.
Sneyser
Sneyser
Sneeze and geyser.
Gloptic
Gloptic
Glop, optic, and possibly cycloptic as it only has one eye.
Pladdie
Pladdie
Pladdie is possibly a portmanteau of the words Plaid, and laddie.
Plinkajou
Plinkajou
Portmanteau of "Plink", "Kinkajou" and possibly "Jouer", the french word for "Play".
Ghazt
Ghazt
Ghost and Cats spell like "Cazt", as well as Ghastly.
Grumpyre
Grumpyre
Grumpy and vampire.
Reebro
Reebro
Cerebral and bro.
Jeeode
Jeeode
Geode.
Humbug
Humbug
Bah! Humbug! and a humming bug.
Nebulob
Nebulob
Nebula and blob.
Arackulele
Arackulele
Arachnid and ukulele.
Whisp
Whisp
Wisp.
Boodoo
Boodoo
Boo and Voodoo.
Sox
Sox
Saxophone and fox.
Kazilleon
Kazilleon
Chameleon and gazillion. (a large number) As well as "kazillion", another term for gazillion.
Bellowfish
Bellowfish
Bellows and blowfish.
Dragong
Dragong
Dragon and gong.
Jellbilly
Jellbilly
Jellyfish and hillbilly.
Fung Pray
Fung Pray
Fungus (mushroom) and Praying mantis; also feng shui.
Punkleton
Punkleton
Pumpkin, skeleton, punk, and punking (slang for pumpkin).
Yool
Yool
Yule, a festival observed by the historical Germanic peoples.
Schmoochle
Schmoochle
Smooch.
Blabbit
Blabbit
Blab, or blowing bubbles, and rabbit.
Hoola
Hoola
Hula hoop.
Gobbleygourd
Gobbleygourd
Gobble (sound a turkey makes in English) + gourd. (parts of its body design)
Also similar to the word 'gobbledygook'.
Shugabush
Shugabush
Sugarland and Kristian Bush. Also may pertain to the bushy texture of its beard and fur.
Shugarock
Shugarock
Sugarland and rock guitar.
Shugabass
Shugabass
Sugarland and bass guitar.
Shugajo
Shugajo
Sugarland and banjo.
Shugabuzz
Shugabuzz
Sugarland and buzz.
Shugitar
Shugitar
Sugarland and guitar.
Shugavox
Shugavox
Sugarland and vox (which means voice).
Shugabeats
Shugabeats
Sugarland and beats.
Tawkerr
Tawkerr
Talker and Dave Kerr, the composer of every song in both MSM and in MSM: DOF.
Parlsona
Parlsona
The French word "parler" which means "to speak" also, the word "sona" which means "sound" in several languages. Also maybe  person and/or persona. And Sarah Parsons, this Monster's voice actress.
Maggpi
Maggpi
Magpie, which is a species of bird, and Maggie Park, the Monster's voice actress.
Stoowarb
Stoowarb
Warble (to sing), and Matt Stewart, (who voices this Monster).
Wubbox
Wubbox
Wub and box. Wub is short for "wubstep" which is 8-bit dubstep, which is the sound it makes.
Brump
Brump
Bro and Bump, Also "Brumpf", German for 'Wrinkly'.
Zynth
Zynth
Synth.
Poewk
Poewk
Poke and Edgar Allan Poe.
Thwok
Thwok
When pulling at a string on a string instrument, you let go and it makes the Thwok sound.
Dwumrohl
Dwumrohl
Drumroll.
Zuuker
Zuuker
The syllables of Kazoo reversed.
Screemu
Screemu
Scream and emu.
Tympa
Tympa
"Tympan-", a prefix referring to drums, or mini tymp snare drum, what it plays. Also maybe timpani, an adjustable kettle drum, or tympanum, an eardrum like organ in a frog.
Dermit
Dermit
Kermit (?) or hermit, and "derm-", a prefix referring to skin.
Gheegur
Gheegur
Geiger counter and ghee gur pancakes/ ghee, a word meaning butter.
Whajje
Whajje
Made up word, akin to the sound the Monster makes.
Creepuscule
Creepuscule
Crépuscule (Twilight), creep and sucle.
Blipsqueak
Blipsqueak
Blip and pipsqueak.
Scargo
Scargo
Escargot (which is cooked snail).
Astropod
Astropod
Gastropod and astro. (Something relating to space)
Pixolotl
Pixolotl
Pixel and axolotl, which is a Mexican salamander.
Bona-Petite
Bona-Petite
Bone, petite (meaning small), and bon appétit (which means "enjoy your meal" in French).
Maulch
Maulch
Maul and Mulch.
Fleechwurm
Fleechwurm
A corruption of the combination of Fleech, Leech, and Worm.
G'joob
G'joob
Part of a lyric from the song, "I Am The Walrus" by The Beatles.
Yawstrich
Yawstrich
Jaw, the term "yeah", "yaw", which is the sound the Monster makes, and ostrich.
Glowbe
Glowbe
Glow and globe.
Dipsterslineup
Dipsters
‘Dip’ and Monster.
Scaratar
Scaratar

Scarab beetle and sitar.

Loodvigg
Loodvigg

Ludwig van Beethoven.

Torrt
Torrt
Tortoise.
Plixie
Plixie
Pixie, plasma, and possibly plexiglass.
Attmoz
Attmoz
Atmosphere.
Hornacle
Hornacle
Horn and barnacle.
Furnoss
Furnoss
Furnace.
Glaishur
Glaishur
Glacier (a giant floating mass of ice).
Blasoom
Blasoom
Blossom and bassoon.
Syncopite
Syncopite
Syncopate and the suffix -ite, which

is the suffix for many rocks and minerals.

Vhamp
Vhamp
Vamp, "vampire" (organ instruments bring a vampire theme), and revamp.
Galvana
Galvana
Galvanize, to subject to the action of an electric current.

My Singing Monsters: Dawn of Fire

Some monsters from the original game also appear in the prequel game Dawn of Fire. There are many new monsters in Dawn of Fire that are exclusive there. Below is another table showing all of the exclusively Dawn of Fire monsters' names' origins:

Monsters Origin
Sooza (Adult)
Sooza
Sousaphone, which is the instrument that

this Monster plays.

Flum Ox (Adult)
Flum Ox
Flummox and ox.
Yelmut (Adult)
Yelmut
Yelling and helmet.
Krillby (Adult)
Krillby
Krill, bee, and bilby, a type of Australian marsupial that looks similar to this monster.
Edamimi (Adult)
Edamimi
Edamame, and Mimi, a human name.
Incisaur (Adult)
Incisaur
Incisor (a type of tooth), and "saur" as in dinosaur.
Bisonorus (Adult)
Bisonorus
The prefix bi- (meaning two), a Bison, the word "sonorous" meaning a deep voice, and possibly Rhinoceros
Candelavra (Adult)
Candelavra

Candelabra, candle, and lava.

Drummidary (Adult)
Drummidary
Drum and dromedary.
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