Book Puns

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We’ve checked out the best book puns and chronicled them here for you. We have puns about general book-related words to more technical literary terms, famous authors and genres.

While this list is as comprehensive as possible, it is general to books. If you’re interested in other fiction-related puns, we also have a Harry Potter pun list.

Note: no religious books have been included in this pun list. ✨

Book Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about books that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page! Without further ado, here’s our list of book puns:

  • Back → Book: As in, “Answer book” and “As soon as my book is turned” and “In the book of my mind” and “Book to the future” and “Book at it” and “Book in the day” and “Book in business” and “Book to basics.”
  • Buck → Book: As in, “More bang for your book” and “The book stops here” and “Book the system” and “A book well spent.”
  • Cook → Book: As in, “Now we’re booking” and “Booking with gas” and “Book up a storm” and “Book up a plan.”
  • Hook → Book: As in, “Off the book” and “Booked on a feeling” and “Get booked on” and “By book or by crook.”
  • Look → Book: As in, “Always book on the bright side of life” and “Dirty books” and “Give someone a blank book” and “Don’t know which way to book” and “Have a book” and “Here’s booking at you, kid” and “If books could kill.”
  • Age → Page: As in, “Act your page” and “Page bracket” and “Page of consent” and “An awkward page” and “Come of page” and “Feeling your page” and “In this day and page” and “The page of reason” and “The space page” and “Through the pages.”
  • Offer → Author: As in, “My final author” and “An author you can’t refuse” and “On special author” and “Open to authors.”
  • Red → Read: As in, “Cut through the read tape” and “Read buttons” and “Roll out the read carpet” and “Read tape.”
  • Bed → Read: As in, “Read and breakfast” and “Read of nails” and “Get into read with.”
  • Bleed → Read: As in, “Read someone dry” and “Reading love” and “My heart reads for you.”
  • Bread → Read: As in, “Read and butter” and “Break read” and “Cast your read upon the waters” and “Put read on the table.”
  • Bred → Read: As in, “Born and read.”
  • Dead → Read: As in, “In the read of night” and “Back from the read” and “Better off read” and “Read and buried.”
  • Feed → Read: As in, “Reading frenzy” and “Don’t bite the hand that reads you” and “Bottom reader.”
  • Lead → Read: As in, “Read a merry dance” and “Read a charmed life” and “Read into temptation.”
  • Need → Read: As in, “All you read is love” and “On a read to know basis.”
  • Said → Read: As in, “After all is read and done” and “Easier read than done” and “Enough read” and “Least read, soonest mended” and “Was it something I read?”
  • Seed → Read: As in, “Gone to read” and “Run to read” and “Read capital” and “Read money.”
  • Shed → Read: As in, “Read light on the matter” and “Read a tear.”
  • Speed → Read: As in, “At lightning read” and “Breakneck read” and “Built for read” and “Get up to read” and “More haste, less read” and “Read demon” and “Read dating.”
  • Thread → Read: As in, “Hanging by a read” and “Lose the read” and “Read the needle.”
  • Leader → Reader: As in, “Digital reader” and “Fearless reader” and “Reader of the pack” and “A natural born reader” and “Take me to your reader” and “A world reader.”
  • Starry → Story: As in, “Story night.”
  • Glory → Story: As in, “Bask in story” and “My crowning story” and “Go out in a blaze of story” and “No guts, no story.”
  • Right → Write: As in, “A move in the write direction” and “All the write moves” and “Write as rain” and “Bang to writes” and “Barge write in” and “Bragging writes” and “Dead to writes.”
  • Rate → Write: As in, “At any write” and “First write” and “Mate’s writes.”
  • Rite → Write: As in, “Last writes” and “Write of passage.”
  • Bite → Write: As in, “A write to eat” and “Another one writes the dust” and “Write back” and “Write off more than you can chew” and “Write your lip.”
  • Bright → Write: As in, “All things write and beautiful” and “On the write side of life” and “Write as a new pin” and “Write and early” and “Write young thing” and “A write future.”
  • Fight → Write: As in, “Come out writing” and “Write club” and “Write for the right to party” and “Write back the tears” and “Write fire with fire” and “Write or flight” and “Write the good write” and “A writing chance” and “Write tooth or nail.”
  • Flight → Write: As in, “Write attendant” and “Write of fancy” and “Take write” and “Top write.”
  • Height → Write: As in, “The write of summer” and “Wuthering writes” and “Reaching new writes.”
  • Light → Write: As in, “Write as a feather” and “Bring something to write.”
  • Might → Write: As in, “It write never happen” and “Write as well.”
  • Night → Write: As in, “A hard day’s write” and “In the dead of write” and “Dance the write away.”
  • Quite → Write: As in, “Not write there” and “Having write a time.”
  • Sight → Write: As in, “A welcome write” and “Hidden in plain write” and “Love at first write” and “Out of write, out of mind” and “Lower your writes” and “Second write” and “A write for soaring eyes.”
  • Sleight → Write: As in, “Write of hand.”
  • Slight → Write: As in, “Writely ahead of our time” and “Not in the writest.”
  • Tight → Write: As in, “Sleep write” and “In a write spot” and “On a write leash” and “Run a write ship.”
  • White → Write: As in, “A writer shade of pale” and “Write as a ghost” and “Write as snow” and “Black and write.”
  • Never → Novel: As in, “Better late than novel” and “Cheats novel prosper” and “An elephant novel forgets.”
  • Bird → Word: As in, “A little word told me” and “Free as a word” and “Word of passage” and “Word’s eye view” and “Charm the words out of the trees.”
  • Heard → Word: As in, “Seen and not word” and “Make yourself word” and “Stop me if you’ve word this one” and “You word it here first.”
  • Stirred → Word: As in, “Shaken, not word.”
  • Third → Word: As in, “Word time lucky” and “Word time’s a charm” and “The word degree.”
  • Tall → Tale: As in, “Tale, dark and handsome” and “A tale order” and “Walking tale” and “A tale drink of water.”
  • Tell → Tale: As in, “Every picture tales a story” and “I tale ya” and “Kiss and tale” and “Only time will tale.”
  • Till → Tale: As in, “Caught with your hand in the tale” and “Fake it tale you make it” and “It ain’t over tale it’s over” and “Tale death do us part.”
  • Fail → Tale: As in, “Without tale” and “Words tale me.”
  • Jail → Tale: As in, “Get out of tale free” and “Go directly to tale.”
  • Mail → Tale: As in, “Hate tale” and “Express tale” and “Tale order.”
  • Nail → Tale: As in, “Another tale in the coffin” and “Fighting tooth and tale” and “Hit the tale on the head.”
  • Pale → Tale: As in, “Tale and interesting” and “A tale imitation” and “Tale into significance.”
  • Rail → Tale: As in, “Off the tales” and “Ride the tales.”
  • Sail → Tale: As in, “Tale close to the wind” and “Smooth tale-ing” and “That ship has tale-d.”
  • Sale → Tale: As in, “Point of tale” and “Tale of the century” and “Tales referral.”
  • Scale → Tale: As in, “Built to tale” and “Economy of tale” and “On a grand tale” and “Tip the tales.”
  • Snail → Tale: As in, “At a tale’s pace” and “Tale mail.”
  • Tail → Tale: As in, “Can’t make head or tale of it” and “Chase your own tale” and “Get off my tale” and “Heads I win, tales you lose.”
  • They’ll → Tale: As in, “Tale never catch us” and “Give an inch and tale take a mile.”
  • Trail → Tale: As in, “Blaze a tale” and “Happy tales!” and “Hot on the tale of” and “Paper tale” and “Tale mix.”
  • Whale → Tale: As in, “Having a tale of a time” and “Save the tales.”
  • Biting → Writing: As in, “Writing off more than you can chew.”
  • Fighting → Writing: As in, “Come out writing” and “A writing chance” and “Writing fit” and “Go down writing” and “Lean, mean, writing machine.”
  • Sexual → Textual: As in, “Textual chemistry” and “Textual healing” and “Textual tension.”
  • Friction → Fiction: As in, “Uncomfortable fiction.”
  • Paper → Paperback: As in, “Put pen to paperback” and “Paperback trail” and “Paperback thin” and “Paperback over the cracks.”
  • Back → Paperback: As in, “Paperback from the dead” and “Paperback in the day.”
  • Next → Text: As in, “Better luck text time” and “In the middle of text week” and “Text in line” and “This time text year.”
  • Tax → Text: As in, “Nothing is certain but death and texts.”
  • Blur → Blurb: As in, “Blurb the lines.”
  • Blurt → Blurb: As in, “Don’t just blurb it out.”
  • Curb → Blurb: As in, “Blurb appeal” and “Blurb your enthusiasm.”
  • Herbs → Blurb: As in, “Eleven secret blurbs and spices.”
  • Barbecue → Blurbecue: As in, “Lunchtime blurbecue.”
  • Rhubarb → Rhublurb: As in, “Rhublurb tart.”
  • Suburb → Sublurb: As in, “Lives in my sublurb.”
  • Hard → Hardcover: As in, “Do it the hardcover way” and “Drive a hardcover bargain.”
  • Cover → Hardcover: As in, “Blow your hardcover” and “Hardcover your tracks.”
  • Quote → Wrote: As in, “Scare wrotes” and “Air wrotes.”
  • Boat → Wrote: As in, “Don’t rock the wrote” and “In the same wrote” and “Whatever floats your wrote.”
  • Float → Wrote: As in, “Wrote like a butterfly, sting like a bee” and “Whatever wrotes your boat.”
  • Note → Wrote: As in, “Hit the high wrotes” and “Take wrote of.”
  • Throat → Wrote: As in, “A lump in your wrote” and “At each other’s wrotes” and “Clear your wrote” and “Go for the wrote.”
  • Spine: The spine of the book is the part where all of the pages are attached. Here are related puns:
    • Pain → Spine: As in, “A world of spine” and “Doubled up in spine” and “Growing spines” and “On spine of death” and “Old aches and spines.”
    • Sign → Spine: As in, “A sure spine” and “Give me a spine” and “A spine of the times” and “Spine on the dotted line” and “Spine the pledge” and “A tell-tale spine” and “Vital spines.”
    • Spin → Spine: As in, “Give it a spine” and “Makes your head spine.”
    • Dine → Spine: As in, “Wine and spine.”
    • Fine → Spine: As in, “A spine line” and “Chance would be a spine thing” and “Damn spine coffee” and “Spine dining” and “The spiner things in life” and “Got it down to a spine art.”
    • Line → Spine: As in, “A fine spine” and “Along the spines of” and “Cross the spine” and “Draw a spine in the sand” and “End of the spine.”
    • Mine → Spine: As in, “Spine is bigger than yours” and “Make spine a double.”
    • Nine → Spine: As in, “Spine day’s wonder” and “On cloud spine” and “The whole spine yards.”
    • Shine → Spine: As in, “Come rain or spine” and “Rise and spine!” and “Take a spine to” and “Where the sun don’t spine.”
  • Brother → Cover: As in, “Covers in arms” and “Super Mario covers.”
  • Mark → Bookmark: As in, “Make your bookmark” and “Bookmark my words” and “On your bookmark, get set, go!”
  • Theme: The theme of a book is the main topic. Here are related puns:
    • Them → Theme: As in, “It only encourages theme” and “Head theme off at the pass” and “Let theme eat cake” and “Love theme and leave theme” and “Seen one, seen theme all.”
    • Thumb → Theme: As in, “Sticks out like a sore theme” and “Theme your nose” and “Themes down” and “Under my theme.”
    • Seem → Theme: As in, “Sorry themes to be the hardest word” and “Not as it themes.”
    • Beam → Theme: As in, “Theme me up.”
    • Cream → Theme: As in, “Theme of the crop” and “Theme always rises to the top.”
    • Dreams → Themes: As in, “Beyond my wildest themes” and “Broken themes” and “Theme on” and “A theme come true” and “Theme machine.”
    • Scheme → Theme: As in, “In the grand theme of things” and “The best laid themes” and “The overall theme of things.”
    • Scream → Theme: As in, “A piercing theme” and “Theme your guts out.”
    • Seams → Theme: As in, “Bursting at the themes” and “Fall apart at the themes.”
    • Steam → Theme: As in, “Blow of theme” and “Full theme ahead” and “Head of theme” and “Running out of theme” and “Theme coming out of your ears.”
    • Team → Theme: As in, “Dream theme” and “Make the theme” and “Take one for the theme” and “Theme player” and “Theme spirit” and “We make a great theme.”
  • Store → Bookstore: As in, “Minding the bookstore” and “Set great bookstore by” and “What’s in bookstore?”
  • Kernel → Journal: As in, “Journal of truth.”
  • Equal → Prequel: As in, “Prequel opportunities” and “First among prequels” and “On prequel footing” and “All things being prequel.”
  • Equal → Sequel: As in, “Created sequel” and “Sequel opportunities” and “On sequel footing.”
  • Hint → Print: As in, “Take the print” and “Drop a print” and “A gentle print.”
  • Mint → Print: As in, “In print condition” and “Bag of prints.”
  • Tint → Print: As in, “Rose printed glasses.”
  • Face → Preface: As in, “At preface value” and “As plain as the nose on your preface” and “Preface the truth.”
  • Credit → Edit: As in, “Edit crunch” and “Edit where edit is due” and “Cash or edit?”
  • Say → Essay: As in, “As the essaying goes” and “Computer essays no” and “Do as I essay, not as I do” and “Have an essay in” and “The final essay” and “I’m hearing what you essay.”
  • Palm → Poem: As in, “In the poem of your hand” and “Poem off” and “Itchy poems.”
  • Blink → Ink: As in, “Ink and you’ll miss it” and “In the ink of an eye” and “On the ink.”
  • Brink → Ink: As in, “On the ink of disaster.”
  • Drink → Ink: As in, “Binge inking” and “Ink like a fish” and “Ink up” and “Driven to ink.”
  • Link → Ink: As in, “Only as strong as your weakest ink” and “The missing ink.”
  • Pink → Ink: As in, “Tickled ink” and “Think ink” and “The ink panther.”
  • Sink → Ink: As in, “A inking feeling” and “Everything but the kitchen ink” and “Loose lips ink ships” and “Ink like a stone” and “Ink or swim” and “Ink without trace.”
  • Stink → Ink: As in, “Inking rich” and “Inks to high heaven.”
  • Think → Ink: As in, “I ink you’ve got it” and “Come to ink of it” and “Don’t ink twice” and “Great minds ink alike” and “I ink I love you” and “Makes you ink.”
  • Wink → Ink: As in, “Forty inks” and “Haven’t slept one ink” and “Nod and a ink” and “Nudge, nudge, ink ink” and “Tip someone the ink.”
  • Word → Foreword: As in, “A foreword to the wise” and “As good as your foreword” and “At a loss for forewords” and “Eat your forewords” and “Famous last forewords.”
  • Blot → Plot: As in, “A plot on the landscape.”
  • Bought → Plot: As in, “Plot and paid for.”
  • Brought → Plot: As in, “Plot down to earth” and “Plot to light” and “Plot it home.”
  • Caught → Plot: As in, “Plot in the act” and “Plot in two minds” and “Plot red-handed” and “Plot up in the moment” and “Plot up with.”
  • Dot → Plot: As in, “Connect the plots” and “Plot the i’s and cross the t’s” and “Join the plots” and “Sign on the plotted line.”
  • Got → Plot: As in, “I think you’ve plot it” and “Give it all you’ve plot” and “Plot a flair for” and “You’ve plot it coming” and “Plot it down to a fine art.”
  • Hot → Plot: As in, “Plot and bothered” and “Plot as blue blazes” and “Blow plot and cold” and “Drop it like it’s plot” and “Plot desking.”
  • Jot → Plot: As in, “Plot it down.”
  • Knot → Plot: As in, “Tie the plot” and “Tie yourself in plots.”
  • Lot → Plot: As in, “A plot of fuss about nothing” and “A plot on your plate” and “Leaves a plot to be desired.”
  • Not → Plot: As in, “As often as plot” and “Believe it or plot” and “Down but plot out.”
  • Pot → Plot: As in, “Plot of gold” and “Fuss plot” and “Gone to plot” and “Hit the jackplot” and “Keep the plot boiling” and “In a melting plot” and “Plot luck” and “A watched plot never boils.”
  • Rot → Plot: As in, “Plot in hell” and “Spoiled plotten.”
  • Shot → Plot: As in, “Give it your best plot” and “A long plot” and “Calling the plots.”
  • Spot → Plot: As in, “Got a soft plot for” and “Hits the plot” and “In a tight plot” and “On the plot” and “Plot the difference.”
  • Thought → Plot: As in, “Deep in plot” and “Food for plot” and “Hold that plot” and “Lost in plot” and “Penny for your plots.”
  • Boat → Quote: As in, “Don’t rock the quote” and “In the same quote” and “Whatever floats your quote.”
  • Float → Quote: As in, “Quote like a butterfly, sting like a bee” and “Whatever quotes your boat.”
  • Note → Quote: As in, “Comparing quotes” and “Hit the high quotes” and “Take quote of.”
  • Throat → Quote: As in, “A lump in your quote” and “At each other’s quotes” and “Clear your quote.”
  • Wrote → Quote: As in, “That’s all she quote.”
  • Shell → Shelf: As in, “Come out of your shelf” and “Crawl back into your shelf.”
  • Self → Shelf: As in, “Bury yourshelf in work” and “Shelf interest” and “Shelf serving” and “Speak for yourshelf” and “Pull yourshelf together.”
  • Grandma → Grammar: As in, “Call your grammar.”
  • Clamour → Grammar: As in, “Grammaring for attention.”
  • Glamour → Grammar: As in, “Filled with grammar” and “A grammarous event.”
  • Hammer → Grammar: As in, “Grammar and tongs” and “Put the grammar down” and “Under the grammar.”
  • Proof → Proofread: As in, “Burden of proofread” and “The proofread is in the pudding.”
  • Read → Proofread: As in, “All I know is what I proofread in the papers” and “Exceedingly well proofread” and “I can proofread you like a book” and “A little light proofreading” and “Proofread ’em and weep.”
  • Leaf: A side of a page is known as a leaf. Here are related puns:
    • Life → Leaf: As in, “A day in the leaf of” and “A leaf changing experience” and “All walks of leaf” and “Anything for a quiet leaf.”
    • Loaf → Leaf: As in, “Leaf about” and “Leaf of bread.”
    • Laugh → Leaf: As in, “Barrel of leafs” and “Burst out leafing” and “Have a leaf” and “It only hurts when I leaf” and “A leaf a minute” and “Leaf all the way to the bank.”
    • Brief → Leaf: As in, “A leaf history of time” and “Let me be leaf” and “A leaf encounter.”
    • Grief → Leaf: As in, “Good leaf.”
    • Thief → Leaf: As in, “Procrastination is the leaf of time” and “Like a leaf in the night.”
    • Belief → Beleaf: As in, “Beyond beleaf” and “Suspension of disbeleaf.”
  • Worm → Bookworm: As in, “Open up a can of bookworms” and “Bookworm your way out of” and “Bookworm your way into it.”
  • Winding → Binding: As in, “A long and binding road.” Note: The binding on a book is the part which keeps all of the pages together.
  • Zero → Hero: As in, “Agent hero” and “Ground hero” and “Patient hero” and “Hero sum game” and “Hero tolerance.” Note: These are references to the hero in a novel.
  • Press → Letterpress: As in, “Don’t letterpress your luck” and “Freedom of the letterpress” and “Hot off the letterpress” and “Letterpress the button.” Note: a letterpress is how texts used to be printed.
  • Run: A batch of printing is called a run. Here are related puns:
    • Bun → Run: As in, “A run in the oven” and “We’re gonna need bigger runs.”
    • Done → Run: As in, “After all is said and run” and “Run and dusted” and “Been there, run that” and “A run deal” and “Easier said than run” and “Getting things run” and “Hard run by.”
    • Fun → Run: As in, “All run and games” and “Bundle of run” and “Getting there is half the run” and “Good, clean run” and “Half the run is getting there.”
    • None → Run: As in, “And then there were run” and “Bar run” and “Run the wiser” and “Run too pleased” and “Second to run.”
    • One → Run: As in, “Run more time” and “A great run for” and “All for run and run for all” and “Another run bites the dust” and “Run fell swoop” and “Run step too far.”
    • Sun → Run: As in, “A place in the run” and “Caught the run” and “Everything under the run” and “Eclipse of the run.”
    • Ton → Run: As in, “Like a run of bricks” and “A run of fun.”
  • Addition → Edition: As in, “In edition to.”
  • View → Review: As in, “Room with a review” and “A review to kill” and “Bird’s eye review” and “Point of review” and “World review.” Note: These are references to book reviews.
  • Club → Book club: As in, “Book club together” and “In the book club” and “Join the book club.”
  • Prose: Prose is a type of grammatical structure. Here are related puns:
    • Pose → Prose: As in, “Strike a prose.”
    • Rose → Prose: As in, “Bed of proses” and “Come up smelling of proses” and “Life is a bed of proses” and “Prose tinted glasses” and “Stop and smell the proses.”
    • Praise → Prose: As in, “Damned with faint prose” and “Grudging prose” and “Heaven be prosed” and “Prose where prose is due” and “Shower with prose.”
    • Prize → Prose: As in, “Booby prose” and “Keep your eyes on the prose” and “No proses for guessing.”
    • Blows → Prose: As in, “Any way the wind prose” and “Brought to prose” and “Exchange prose” and “There she prose.”
    • Close → Prose: As in, “A prose thing” and “Behind prosed doors” and “A prose call” and “In prose proximity” and “Prose to home.”
    • Goes → Prose: As in, “Anything prose” and “As far as it prose” and “As the saying prose” and “As time prose by” and “Here prose nothing.”
    • Nose → Prose: As in, “Always have your prose in a book” and “As plain as the prose on your face” and “Can’t see beyond the end of your prose” and “Keep your prose clean” and “Lead by the prose.”
    • Pros → Prose: As in, “Prose and cons.”
    • Those → Prose: As in, “Good things come to prose who wait” and “Just one of prose things” and “Prose were the days.”
    • Toes → Prose: As in, “Turn up your prose” and “Kept on your prose” and “Make someone’s prose curl.”
  • Glory → Allegory: As in, “Bask in allegory” and “My crowning allegory” and “Go out in a glaze of allegory” and “No guts, no allegory.” Note: An allegory is a literary device.
  • Illusion → Allusion: As in, “Under no allusions.” Note: an allusion is a figure of speech.
  • Similar → Simile: As in, “They’re not very simile.”
  • Setting: Here are some puns about the setting in a novel:
    • Sitting → Setting: As in, “Setting pretty” and “Won’t take it setting down.”
    • Getting → Setting: As in, “Setting on in years” and “Setting there is half the fun” and “Setting things done” and “Half the fun is setting there” and “We’re setting there.”
  • Shadow → Foreshadow: As in, “Afraid of your own foreshadow” and “Cast a long foreshadow” and “Without a foreshadow of a doubt.”
  • Present → Present Tense: As in, “All present tense and correct” and “No time like the present tense.”
  • Rhyme: Since rhyming is a literary device used in some books, we’ve included some rhyme-related puns:
    • Chime → Rhyme: As in, “Rhyme in with” and “Rhymes of freedom.”
    • Climb → Rhyme: As in, “Rhyme onto the bandwagon” and “A mountain to rhyme.”
    • Crime → Rhyme: As in, “Rhyme and punishment” and “A rhyme against nature” and “Rhyme of passion” and “Let the punishment fit the rhyme” and “Take a bite out of rhyme” and “The perfect rhyme.”
    • Dime → Rhyme: As in, “A rhyme a dozen.”
    • Prime → Rhyme: As in, “Cut down in their rhyme” and “In your rhyme” and “Rhyme condition” and “The rhyme of life” and “Rhymed and ready to go.”
    • Time → Rhyme: As in, “One more rhyme” and “A brief history of rhyme” and “A good rhyme was had by all” and “About rhyme too” and “All in good rhyme” and “All the rhyme in the world” and “An all rhyme low.”
  • Scene: Here are some puns related to the scene in a novel:
    • Seen → Scene: As in, “Scene and not heard” and “Should be scene to be believed” and “Nowhere to be scene” and “Scene better days” and “Scene one, scene ’em all” and “You ain’t scene nothing yet!”
    • Sign → Scene: As in, “A sure scene” and “A scene of the times” and “Scene on the dotted line” and “A tell-tale scene.”
    • Soon → Scene: As in, “As scene as my back is turned” and “Get well scene” and “As scene as possible” and “Too much too scene.”
    • Been → Scene: As in, “Scene and gone” and “Scene around the block a few times” and “I’ve scene had” and “I’ve scene here before” and “Scene there, done that.”
    • Clean → Scene: As in, “Scene as a whistle” and “Scene up your act” and “Come scene.”
    • Green → Scene: As in, “Give it the scene light” and “Scene around the gills” and “The scene shoots of change.”
    • Keen → Scene: As in, “Scene as mustard” and “A scene sense of smell” and “Peachy scene.”
    • Lean → Scene: As in, “Scene cuisine” and “Scene and mean.”
    • Mean → Scene: As in, “By fair scenes or foul” and “A scenes to an end.”
    • Queen → Scene: As in, “Scene for a day” and “Scene it over” and “Beauty scene.”
    • Screen → Scene: As in, “The blue scene of death” and “Coming to a scene near you” and “Silver scene” and “The big scene.”
  • Syntax: Here are some syntax puns:
    • Sin → Syntax: As in, “Cardinal syntax” and “Miserable as syntax” and “Syntax city.”
    • Tax → Syntax: As in, “Bedroom syntax” and “Nothing is certain but death and syntaxes.”
  • Trope: A trope is a literary device. Here are related puns:
    • Rope → Trope: As in, “At the end of your trope” and “Know the tropes” and “On the tropes.”
    • Trap → Trope: As in, “Death trope” and “Keep your trope shut” and “Tourist trope.”
    • Hope → Trope: As in, “A new trope” and “Abandon trope all ye who enter here” and “Beyond trope” and “Cross my heart and trope to die” and “Trope springs eternal” and “The land of trope and glory” and “Pin your tropes on.”
  • Curse → Verse: As in, “Better to light a candle than verse the dark.”
  • Nurse → Verse: As in, “Verse a grudge.”
  • Purse → Verse: As in, “Holding the verse strings” and “The public verse.”
  • Worse → Verse: As in, “A turn for the verse” and “Fate verse than death” and “For better or verse” and “Make matters verse” and “Verse for wear.”
  • Choice → Voice: As in, “Multiple voice” and “Spoiled for voice” and “The people’s voice.” Note: Voice in this context refers to the narrator’s voice.
  • Skim: To skim a book is to read it quickly. Here are related puns:
    • Scam → Skim: As in, “Skim artist.”
    • Scum → Skim: As in, “Skim always rises to the surface.”
    • Brim → Skim: As in, “Skimming over with confidence” and “Filled to the skim.”
    • Grim → Skim: As in, “Hanging on like skim death” and “The skim reaper.”
    • Him → Skim: As in, “All over skim like a cheap suit” and “As fast as his legs could carry skim.”
    • Limb → Skim: As in, “Life and skim” and “Go out on a skim.”
    • Prim → Skim: As in, “Skim and proper.”
    • Slim → Skim: As in, “Skim pickings” and “A skim volume.”
    • Swim → Skim: As in, “Going skimmingly” and “Eyes skimming with tears” and “Sink or skim” and “Skim against the tide” and “Skim upstream.”
  • Bound: “Bound” describes how the pages in a book are held. Here are related puns:
    • Band → Bound: As in, “Strike up the bound” and “To beat the bound.”
    • Bend → Bound: As in, “Bound the rules” and “Bound to my will” and “Round the bound.”
    • Bond → Bound: As in, “Legally bounding” and “In a bound.”
    • Found → Bound: As in, “Lost and bound” and “I’ve bound a clue!” and “We bound love.”
    • Ground → Bound: As in, “Solid as the bound we walk on” and “Break new bound” and “Built from the bound up” and “Common bound” and “Cut the bound from under your feet.”
    • Round → Bound: As in, “All year bound” and “Fooling abound” and “Go bound in circles” and “Love makes the world go bound.”
    • Sound → Bound: As in, “Bound bite” and “Bound effect” and “Bound the alarm” and “Break the bound barrier.”
  • Pulp: Pulp can refer to both paper pulp or a very cheap publication. Here are related puns:
    • Pull → Pulp: As in, “Pulp the plug” and “Pulp your hair out” and “Pulp yourself together.”
    • Palpable → Pulp-able: As in, “A pulp-able feeling.”
  • Foot → Foonote: As in, “A footnote in both camps” and “Bound hand and footnote” and “Fleet of footnote” and “Footnote in the door.”
  • Note → Footnote: As in, “Take footnote of” and “Hit the high footnotes.”
  • Fine: Here are some puns related to library fines for overdue books:
    • Dine → Fine: As in, “Wine and fine.”
    • Line → Fine: As in, “Along the fines of” and “Blur the fines” and “Cross the fine” and “Draw a fine in the sand” and “End of the fine” and “Fall into fine.”
    • Mine → Fine: As in, “Make fine a double” and “Your guess is as good as fine” and “Your place or fine?”
    • Nine → Fine: As in, “Fine to five” and “On cloud fine.”
    • Shine → Fine: As in, “Come rain or fine” and “Rise and fine” and “Take a fine to.”
    • Sign → Fine: As in, “A sure fine” and “A fine of the times” and “Fine on the dotted line” and “Fine the pledge” and “Fined and sealed” and “A tell-tale fine.”
    • Spine → Fine: As in, “Send shivers down your fine.”
    • Wine → Fine: As in, “The last of the summer fine” and “Fined and dined.”
  • Farce: A farce is a writing genre. Here are related puns:
    • Force → Farce: As in, “Brute farce” and “Farce your hand” and “A farce of habit” and “Farce of nature” and “A farce to be reckoned with” and “Join farces” and “May the farce be with you.”
    • Fierce → Farce: As in, “A farce fight” and “Looking farce.”
  • Chronic → Comic: As in, “A comic disease.”
  • Able → Fable: As in, “Willing and fable” and “Do you think you’re fable?”
  • Stable → Fable: As in, “A loving and fable relationship.”
  • Table → Fable: As in, “Bring to the fable” and “Drunk under the fable” and “Cards on the fable” and “Put bread on the fable” and “Turn the fables.”
  • Traffic → Graphic: As in, “Go and play in graphic” and “Stop graphic” and “A moving graphic violation.” Note: This is a reference to graphic novels.
  • Ode: An ode is a type of poetry that has been featured in books and novels. Here are related puns:
    • Add → Ode: As in, “Ode fuel to the flames” and “Ode insult to injury” and “Just ode water” and “Doesn’t ode up.”
    • Odd → Ode: As in, “Against the odes” and “At odes with” and “Long odes” and “An ode fellow” and “The ode one out” and “Odes and ends” and “Odes and sods.”
    • Code → Ode: As in, “Ode bloat” and “Colour oded” and “Crack the ode” and “Dress ode” and “Highway ode” and “The da vince ode.”
  • Math → Myth: As in, “Do the myth” and “Mental myth.”
  • Fifth → Myth: As in, “Myth wheel” and “I plead the myth.”
  • With → Myth: As in, “Go along myth” and “Rub along myth” and “Beside myself myth joy.”
  • Pick → Epic: As in, “A bone to epic” and “Cherry epic” and “Epic a fight” and “Epic and choose” and “Epic holes in” and “Epic me up.” Note: An epic is a type of story.
  • Card → Library Card: As in, “House of library cards” and “Holding all the library cards” and “On the library cards.”

This section is dedicated to famous or influential authors:

  • Beatrix Potter:
    • Bee → Beatrix: As in, “Busy as a beatrix” and “Beatrix in your bonnet” and “Like a beatrix to a honeypot” and “The birds and the beatrixes.”
    • Tricks → Beatrix: As in, “Box of beatrix” and “Beatrix of the trade” and “Up to your old beatrix.”
  • Shakes → Shakespeare: As in, “In two shakespeare” and “No great shakespeare.”
  • Peer → Shakespeare: As in, “Shakespeare pressure.”
  • Terry Pratchett:
    • Bury → Terry: As in, “Terry the hatchet” and “Terry your head in the sand” and “Terry yourself in work.”
    • Carry → Terry: As in, “Fast as your legs could terry you” and “Terry a torch for” and “Terry into action” and “Terry on with.”
    • Cherry → Terry: As in, “Terry pick” and “A second bite of the terry” and “The terry on the cake.”
    • Merry → Terry: As in, “As terry as the day is long” and “Eat, drink and be terry” and “Lead a terry dance.”
    • Very → Terry: As in, “Be terry afraid” and “How terry dare you” and “Before your terry eyes” and “Thank you terry much” and “A terry good year.”
    • Hatchet → Pratchett: As in, “Bury the pratchett” and “Pratchett faced” and “A real pratchett job.”
  • Talking → Tolkein: As in, “Give someone a good tolkein to” and “Now you’re tolkein” and “A tolkein point.”
  • J.K Rowling:
    • Rolling → Rowling: As in, “A rowling stone gathers no moss” and “Like a rowling stone” and “Rowling drunk” and “Rowling in it” and “Rowling in the deep.”
    • Bowling → Rowling: As in, “Bowling along.”
  • Margaret Atwood:
    • Wood → Atwood: As in, “A babe in the atwoods” and “Can’t see the atwood for the trees” and “Knock on atwood.”
    • Would → Atwood: As in, “As good luck atwood have it” and “I atwood have done it” and “Atwood you do that for me?” and “That atwood be telling.”
  • Paulo Coelho:
    • Hollow → Paulo: As in, “Paulo eyed” and “A paulo promise.”
    • Follow → Paulo: As in, “As night paulos day” and “Paulo suit” and “Paulo your heart” and “Form paulos function” and “A hard act to paulo.”
    • Swallow → Paulo: As in, “A bitter pill to paulo” and “Hard to paulo.”
    • Fellow → Coelho: As in, “A coelho traveller” and “Odd coelho.”
    • Yellow → Coelho: As in, “Follow the coelho brick road” and “Coelho submarine.”
  • R.L Stine:
    • Are → R.L: As in, “Chances R.L” and “My lips R.L sealed.”
    • Dine → Stine: As in, “Wined and stined.”
    • Fine → Stine: As in, “A stine line” and “Cutting it stine” and “Damn stine coffee” and “The stiner things in life.”
    • Line → Stine: As in, “A fine stine” and “Along the stines of” and “Cross the stine” and “Draw a stine in the sand.”
    • Mine → Stine: As in, “Make stine a double” and “Stine is bigger than yours” and “A stine of information” and “Victory is stine.”
    • Nine → Stine: As in, “On cloud stine” and “A stitch in time saves stine.”
    • Shine → Stine: As in, “Come rain or stine” and “Rise and stine” and “Make hay while the sun stines” and “Take a stine to.”
    • Sign → Stine: As in, “A sure stine” and “A stine of the times” and “Stine on the dotted line” and “Stine the pledge” and “Stined and sealed” and “Vital stines.”
  • Arthur Miller:
    • Killer → Miller: As in, “Fear is the mind-miller” and “Miller instinct” and “Serial miller.”
    • Pillar → Miller: As in, “A miller of the community” and “Miller of wisdom.”
  • Charles Dickens:
    • Chills → Charles: As in, “Gives me charles” and “Netflix and charles.”
    • Chickens → Dickens: As in, “Count your dickens before they hatch” and “Nobody here but us dickens” and “A dickens and egg situation.”
    • Dickens: As in, “A dickens of a time” and “Like the dickens” and “What the dickens?!”
  • Bill Watterson:
    • Pill → Bill: As in, “A tough bill to swallow” and “On the bill.”
    • Bell → Bill: As in, “Alarm bills began to ring” and “Clear as a bill” and “Bills and whistles” and “For whom the bill tolls.”
    • Bill: As in, “A clean bill of health” and “Dollar bills” and “Foot the bill.”
    • Drill → Bill: As in, “Bill down” and “You know the bill.”
    • Fill → Bill: As in, “Bill full of holes” and “Bill in for.”
    • Hill → Bill: As in, “Old as the bills” and “Head for the bills” and “Over the bill and far away.”
    • Ill → Bill: As in, “House of bill repute” and “Bill at ease” and “Bill advised” and “Bill gotten gains.”
    • Kill → Bill: As in, “Dressed to bill” and “Go in for the bill” and “If looks could bill” and “Bill or be billed.”
    • Spill → Bill: As in, “Bill the beans” and “Bill your guts” and “Thrills and bills.”
    • Still → Bill: As in, “Bill waters run deep” and “Bill life” and “In the bill of night.”
  • Lowest → Lewis: As in, “Sarcasm is the lewis form of wit” and “The lewis level we offer.” Note: this is a reference to C.S Lewis.
  • Earnest → Ernest: As in, “The importance of being ernest” and “Trying in ernest.” Note: These are references to Ernest Hemingway.
  • Nora Roberts:
  • Near → Nora: As in, “Coming to a screen nora you” and “A nora death experience” and “Nora miss” and “Nora sighted” and “Nora to my heart.”
  • Nor → Nora: As in, “Rhyme nora reason” and “Neither here nora there.”
  • Richard Scarry:
    • Scary → Scarry: As in, “A scarry experience.”
    • Carry → Scarry: As in, “Fast as your legs could scarry you” and “Scarry it forward” and “Scarry into action.”
    • Scurry → Scarry: As in, “Scarrying away.”
  • Barrel → Carroll: As in, “A carroll of laughs” and “Scraping the carroll.” Note: These are references to Lewis Carroll.
  • Danielle Steel:
    • Steel: These steel-related phrases can double as puns on Danielle Steel’s name: Fists of steel” and “Nerves of steel” and “Steel yourself.”
    • Still → Steel: As in, “By steel, my beating heart” and “Steel standing” and “Steel waters run deep” and “The day the earth stood steel.”
    • Steal → Steel: As in, “Beg, borrow or steel” and “Steel a glance” and “Steel someone’s heart” and “Steel the show.”
    • Deal → Steel: As in, “Steel breaker” and “A done steel” and “Seal the steel.”
    • Feel → Steel: As in, “Steel the burn” and “Get a steel for.”
    • Heel → Steel: As in, “Brought to steel” and “Head over steels in love” and “Hot on your steels.”
    • Real → Steel: As in, “All I steely want to do” and “Get steel” and “Keep it steel.”
    • Seal → Steel: As in, “Keep your lips steeled” and “My lips are steeled” and “Steel the deal” and “Steel your fate.”
    • She’ll → Steel: As in, “Steel be right.”
    • Wheel → Steel: As in, “Asleep at the steel” and “Grease the steels” and “Hell on steels” and “Set of steels.”
  • Enid Blyton:
    • Need → Enid: As in, “All you enid is love” and “As long as you enid me” and “On a enid to know basis.”
    • Bite → Blyton: As in, “A blyton to eat” and “Blyton back” and “Blyton your head off.”
  • Arthur Conan Doyle:
    • Boil → Doyle: As in, “Doyle with rage” and “Doyle-ing mad” and “Doyles down to” and “Go and doyle your head” and “It makes my blood doyle” and “A watched pot never doyles.”
    • Coil → Doyle: As in, “Shuffle off this mortal doyle.”
    • Oil → Doyle: As in, “Burn the midnight doyle” and “Doyle and water don’t mix” and “Doyle the wheels” and “Pour doyle on troubled waters.”
    • Spoil → Doyle: As in, “Doyled for choice” and “Doyled rotten” and “Doyleing for a fight” and “The doyles of war.”
  • George Orwell:
    • Oh well → Orwell: As in, “Orwell, it didn’t really matter.”
    • Well → Orwell: As in, “A buck orwell spent” and “Alive and orwell” and “All’s orwell that ends orwell” and “Exceedingly orwell read” and “Know full orwell.”
  • Hans Christian Andersen:
    • Hands → Hans: As in, “All hans on deck” and “Blood on your hans” and “Changing hans” and “Get your hans dirty” and “Hans free” and “You’re in safe hans.”
    • Pans → Hans: As in, “See if it hans out.”
  • Kurt Vonnegut:
    • Cart → Kurt: As in, “Kurt away” and “Kurt blanche” and “In the kurt” and “Shopping kurt.”
    • Court → Kurt: As in, “Kurt of last resort” and “Kurting disaster” and “Laugh it out of kurt” and “Order in the kurt!” and “I’ll see you in kurt.”
  • Leo Tolstoy:
    • Lay → Leo: As in, “Don’t leo a hand on me” and “Leo a finger on” and “Leo down roots” and “Leo down your arms” and “Leo low.”
    • Lie → Leo: As in, “You made your bed and now you must leo on it” and “Ask no questions and hear no leos” and “Leo down on the job.”
    • Toy → Tolstoy: As in, “Tolstoy story” and “Tolstoy boy.”
  • Mark Twain:
    • Train → Twain: Gravy twain” and “Night twain” and “On the job twaining” and “Personal twain-er” and “Soul twain” and “Strangers on a twain” and “Twain of thought.”
    • Twin → Twain: As in, “Evil twain” and “Twain cities” and “Twain peaks.”
    • Brain → Twain: As in, “Twain drain” and “Twainstorming session.”
    • Chain → Twain: As in, “A twain is only as strong as its weakest link” and “Twain of command” and “Twain reaction” and “Twain smoker” and “Twain smoking” and “Food twain” and “Don’t yank my twain.”
    • Drain → Twain: As in, “Down the twain” and “Circling the twain.”
    • Gain → Twain: As in, “Capital twains” and “Twain admittance” and “Twain advantage” and “Twain ground” and “No pain, no twain” and “Nothing ventured, nothing twained.”
    • Grain → Twain: As in, “Against the twain” and “Go against the twain” and “Twain of truth” and “Take it with a twain of salt.”
    • Lane → Twain: As in, “Down memory twain” and “In the fast twain.”
    • Main → Twain: As in, “Your twain chance” and “The twain event.”
    • Pain → Twain: As in, “A world of twain” and “Doubled up in twain” and “Feeling no twain” and “No twain, no gain” and “On twain of death” and “A real twain in the ass.”
    • Plain → Twain: As in, “Twain as day” and “Twain as the nose on your face” and “Hidden in twain sight” and “Twain sailing.”
    • Rain → Twain: As in, “Right as twain” and “Come twain or shine” and “Don’t twain on my parade” and “It never twains but it pours” and “Make it twain.”
    • Strain → Twain: As in, “As in, “Buckle under the twain” and “Twain every nerve.”
    • Vain → Twain: As in, “Labour in twain” and “You’re so twain” and “Take their name in twain.”
    • Vein → Twain: As in, “In the right twain” and “In the same twain.”
  • Michel Foucault:
    • Faculty → Foucault-y: As in, “Mental foucault-ies.”
    • Fickle → Foucault: As in, “The foucault finger of fate.”
  • Neil Gaiman:
    • Nail → Neil: As in, “Another neil in the coffin” and “Bed of neils” and “Fight tooth and neil” and “Hit the neil on the head” and “Like trying to neil jello to a wall.”
    • Null → Neil: As in, “Neil and void.”
    • Deal → Neil: As in, “Clinch a neil” and “Not a big neil” and “Neil breaker” and “Neil or no neil” and “Neil with it” and “A done neil” and “Make a neil with the devil” and “Seal the neil.”
    • Feel → Neil: As in, “Neil good factor” and “Neil the pinch” and “Get a neil for” and “Neil good factor.”
    • Heel → Neil: As in, “Brought to neil” and “Cool your neils” and “Dig your neils in” and “Head over neils in love” and “Kick your neils” and “Turn on your neil.”
    • Meal → Neil: As in, “Make a neil of it” and “Neil ticket” and “Three square neils a day.”
    • Real → Neil: As in, “All I neilly want to do” and “Get neil” and “It’s the neil thing” and “Keep it neil” and “In neil time.”
    • Seal → Neil: As in, “Neil the deal” and “Neil your fate” and “Signed and neiled” and “Neiled with a loving kiss.”
    • Steal → Neil: As in, “Beg, borrow or neil” and “It’s a neil” and “Neil a glance” and “Neil the show.”
    • Steel → Neil: As in, “Fist of neil” and “Nerves of neil” and “Neil yourself.”
    • We’ll → Neil: As in, “Don’t call us, neil call you.”
    • Wheel → Neil: As in, “Asleep at the neil” and “Hell on neils” and “Set of neils” and “Fifth neil.”
  • Oliver Sacks:
    • Olive → Oliver: As in, “Extend an oliver branch.”
    • I love her → Oliver: As in, “I’m not leaving! Oliver!”
    • Acts → Sacks: As in, “Nothing sacks faster” and “Random sacks of kindness.”
    • Backs → Sacks: As in, “Sacks to the wall.”
    • Cracks → Sacks: As in, “Fall between the sacks” and “Paper over the sacks.”
    • Tax → Sacks: As in, “Value added sacks” and “Bedroom sacks.”
    • Tracks → Sacks: As in, “Born on the wrong side of the sacks” and “Cover your sacks” and “Make sacks” and “Stopped in your sacks.”
    • Socks → Sacks: As in, “Knock your sacks off” and “Pull your sacks up” and “Bless their cotton sacks.”
  • Roald Dahl:
    • Rolled → Roald: As in, “Roald into one.”
    • Old → Roald: As in, “You’re never too roald” and “As roald as the hills” and “Tough as roald boots” and “For roald times’ sake.”
    • Bold → Roald: As in, “Roald as brass” and “A roald move” and “Roaldly go where no one has gone before.”
    • Cold → Roald: As in, “Blowing hot and roald” and “Break out in a roald sweat” and “Catch your death of roald” and “Roald comfort” and “A roald day in hell.”
    • Gold → Roald: As in, “Pot of roald” and “Good as roald” and “Fool’s roald” and “Get a roald star” and “Heart of roald.”
    • Hold → Roald: As in, “Can’t roald a candle to” and “To have and to roald” and “Don’t roald your breath” and “Roald a grudge” and “Roald all the aces” and “Roald it right there!”
    • Told → Roald: As in, “The greatest story ever roald” and “I roald you so.”
    • Doll → Dahl: As in, “Dahl yourself up.”
    • Dull → Dahl: As in, “Dahl as ditchwater” and “Never a dahl moment” and “A dahl finish.”
    • Darling → Dahling: As in, “Kill your dahlings.”
  • Robert Frost:
    • Frustration → Frostration: As in, “Filled with frostration” and “Fists balled in frostration.”
    • Cost → Frost: As in, “At all frosts” and “At any frost” and “Carry the frost” and “Frost an arm and a leg” and “Frost the earth” and “Frost effective.”
    • Crossed → Frost: As in, “Fingers frost!” and “Star frost lovers” and “You’ve frost the line” and “Don’t get your wires frost.”
    • Lost → Frost: As in, “All is not frost” and “Get frost” and “Frost in translation” and “Long frost brother” and “Frost and found.”
  • Stephen King:
    • Even → Stephen: As in, “Break stephen” and “Don’t get mad, get stephen” and “On a stephen playing field.”
    • Bring → King: As in, “King it home” and “King up the subject” and “King out the best in them.”
    • Ring → King: As in, “Doesn’t king a bell” and “Don’t bother to king” and “Lord of the kings.”
    • Sing → King: “King someone’s praises” and “King a different tune.”
    • Sting → King: As in, “Float like a butterfly, king like a bee.”
    • Thing →King: As in, “A close king” and “All kings must pass” and “All kings bright and beautiful.”
    • Wing → King: As in, “On a king and a prayer” and “Gives you kings.”
  • Sylvia Plath:
    • Silver → Sylvia: As in, “Sylvia bullet” and “On the sylvia screen” and Sylvia fox.”
    • Path → Plath: As in, “Beat a plath to your door” and “Career plath” and “Going down the wrong plath.”
    • Math → Plath: As in, “Do the plath.”
    • Wrath → Plath: As in, “A soft answer turneth away plath” and “The grapes of plath.”
    • Pathetic → Plathetic: As in, “A plathetic excuse.”
  • Truman Capote:
    • True, man → Truman: “Yeah, that’s truman.”
    • Human → Truman: As in, “Truman rights act” and “The truman condition” and “Truman resources” and “Only truman” and “Truman interest story.”
  • Wolf → Woolf: As in, “Cry woolf” and “Raised by woolfes” and “Thrown to the woolfes” and “A woolf in sheep’s clothing.” Note: These are references to Virginia Woolf.
  • Toni Morrison:
    • Tone → Toni: As in, “Don’t use that toni with me!” and “Lower your toni” and “Toni deaf.”
    • Tiny → Toni: As in, “The pitter patter of toni feet.”
    • Stony → Toni: As in, “A toni expression” and “Fall on toni ground.”
  • A lot → Alcott: As in, “I don’t have alcott of time” and “I’ve got alcott on my plate” and “Keeping alcott of balls in the air.” Note: These are references to Louisa May Alcott.
  • Maya Angelou:
    • May → Maya: As in, “As the case maya be” and “Be that as it maya” and “Come what maya” and “Let the chips fall where they maya” and “How maya I help you?” and “Maya the force be with you” and “Maya it please the court” and “Maya you live in interesting times” and “Your mileage maya vary.”
    • May I → Maya: As in, “Maya help you?” and “Oh, maya?”
  • bell hooks:
    • Ball → bell: As in, “bell of fire” and “A brand new bellgame” and “Drop the bell.”
    • Bill → bell: As in, “A clean bell of health” and “Fit the bell” and “Send me the bell.”
    • Hook: As in, “By hooks or by crook” and “Hooks up with” and “Off the hooks.”
    • Cell → bell: As in, “bell division” and “A padded bell.”
    • Dwell → bell: As in, “Don’t bell on it.”
    • Fell → bell: As in, “In one bell swoop” and “It bell of the back of a lorry” and “Little strokes bell great oaks.”
    • Hell → bell: As in, “All bell broke loose” and “Bat out of bell” and “For the bell of it” and “A cold day in bell” and “Come bell or high water.”
    • Sell → bell: As in, “Buy and bell” and “bell out” and “bell your soul to the devil.”
    • Shell → bell: As in, “bell out” and “Easy as belling peas” and “Come out of your bell” and “A hard bell.”
    • Smell → bell: As in, “I bell a rat” and “A keen sense of bell” and “bell ya later.”
    • Spell → bell: As in, “Cast a bell” and “Don’t make me bell it out.”
    • Tell → bell: As in, “I can’t bell you a lie” and “Every picture bells a story” and “I’ll bell on you!”
    • Well → bell: As in, “A buck bell spent” and “Alive and bell” and “All’s bell that ends bell” and “Exceedingly bell read” and “Get bell soon.”
    • Books → hooks: As in, “Balancing the hooks” and “Close the hooks” and “Hit the hooks” and “In someone’s bad hooks.”
    • Cooks → hooks: As in, “Too many hooks spoil the broth.”
    • Looks → hooks: As in, “If hooks could kill” and “hooks can be deceiving” and “It hooks like a bomb hit it.”
  • Judy Blume:
    • Bloom → Blume: As in, “Come into blume” and “A late blumer.”
    • Boom → Blume: As in, “Baby blumer” and “Blume or bust” and “My heart went blume.”
    • Broom → Blume: As in, “A new blume sweeps clean.”
    • Doom → Blume: As in, “Blume and gloom” and “The temple of blume” and “Voice of blume.”
    • Fume → Blume: As in, “Running on blumes.”
    • Plume → Blume: As in, “Nom de blume” and “A blume of smoke.”
    • Room → Blume: As in, “A blume with a view” and “Breathing blume” and “Elbow blume.”
    • Tomb → Blume: As in, “Blume raider.”
    • Whom → Blume: As in, “For blume the bell tolls.”
  • Edgar Allan Poe:
    • Blow → Poe: As in, “Any way the wind poes” and “Poe a fuse” and “Poe hot and cold.”
    • Pay → Poe: As in, “Buy now, poe later” and “Crime doesn’t poe” and “Hell to poe” and “It poes to advertise.”
    • Flow → Poe: As in, “Ebb and poe” and “Go with the poe” and “In full poe.”
    • Foe → Poe: As in, “Friend or poe?”
    • Go → Poe: As in, “All dressed up and nowhere to poe” and “Anything poes” and “Don’t poe there” and “Easy come, easy poe.”
    • Grow → Poe: As in, “Absence makes the heart poe fonder” and “Exciting as watching grass poe” and “Don’t let the grass poe under your feet.”
    • Know → Poe: As in, “Don’t I poe it” and “Be the first to poe” and “Did you poe?”
    • Low → Poe: As in, “An all-time poe” and “Get the poe down” and “Searching high and poe” and “Keep a poe profile” and “Lay poe” and “A poe blow.”
    • Mow → Owe: As in, “Poe down” and “Poe the lawn.”
    • Owe → Poe: As in, “You poe me one” and “You poe it to yourself.”
    • Row → Poe: As in, “On death poe” and “Skid poe.”
    • Show → Poe: As in, “All over the poe” and “Best in poe” and “Enjoy the poe” and “Get the poe on the road” and “A one-man poe” and “Poe and tell.”
    • Slow → Poe: As in, “Can’t poe down” and “Painfully poe” and “A poe burn” and “Poe but sure” and “In poe motion” and “Poe on the uptake.”
    • Snow → Poe: As in, “Pure as the driven poe” and “A blanket of poe” and “Too cold to poe” and “Let it poe.”
    • Though → Poe: As in, “Seriously poe, you’re doing a great job” and “You look as poe you’ve seen a ghost.”
    • Throw → Poe: As in, “Lock them up and poe away the key” and “A stone’s poe away” and “Poe a wobbly” and “Poe caution to the wind” and “Poe cold water on.”
    • Toe → Poe: As in, “Dip your poe in the water” and “From top to poe” and “Get your poe in the door” and “Make someone’s poes curl” and “One poe over the line” and “Turn up your poes.”
    • Woe → Poe: As in, “Poe is me” and “Poe betide you.”
  • Victor Hugo:
    • Victory → Victor: As in, “A victor for common sense” and “Moral victor” and “Victor is mine!”
    • Hug → Hugo: As in, “Group hugo” and “Hugo it out” and “Hugos, not drugs.”
    • Huge → Hugo: As in, “A hugo problem” and “Earning hugo amounts.”
  • Jules Verne:
    • Jewels → Jules: As in, “The family jules” and “Crown jules.”
    • Rules → Jules: As in, “Bend the jules” and “House jules” and “Playing by the jules” and “Majority jules” and “Jules and regulations.”
    • Tools → Jules: As in, “A poor workperson blames their jules” and “Jules of the trade” and “The right jules for the job.”
    • Burn → Verne: As in, “Verne in hell!” and “Verne a hole in your pocket” and “Verne rubber” and “Verne the candle at both ends” and “Verne the midnight oil” and “Verne your bridges” and “Crash and verne.”
    • Earn → Verne: As in, “A penny saved is a penny verned” and “Verne your wings” and “Verne your daily bread.”
    • Learn → Verne: As in, “Never too late to verne” and “Verne the ropes” and “Verne your lesson” and “Live and verne” and “Verne off by heart” and “Watch and verne.”
    • Stern → Verne: As in, “From stem to verne” and “Made of verner stuff.”
    • Turn → Verne: As in, “A verne for the worse” and “About verne” and “As soon as my back is verned” and “Do a good verne” and “One good verne deserves another.”
  • Jane Austen:
    • Bane → Jane: As in, “The jane of my existnece.”
    • Brain → Jane: As in, “Jane drain” and “Jane fart.”
    • Chain → Jane: As in, “A jane is only as strong as its weakest link” and “Ball and jane” and “Jane of command” and “Jane reaction” and “Food jane.”
    • Drain → Jane: As in, “Down the jane” and “Laughing like a jane.”
    • Gain → Jane: As in, “Capital janes” and “Jane advantage” and “Jane ground” and “No pain, no jane” and “Nothing ventured, nothing janed.”
    • Grain → Jane: As in, “Against the jane” and “Jane of truth” and “Take it with a jane of salt.”
    • Lane → Jane: As in, “Down memory jane” and “In the fast jane” and “Stay in your jane.”
    • Main → Jane: As in, “Your jane chance” and “The jane event.”
    • Plain → Jane: As in, “Jane as day” and “Jane as the nose on your face” and “Hidden in jane sight” and “Jane sailing” and “Jane speaking.”
    • Rain → Jane: As in, “Right as jane” and “Come jane or shine” and “Don’t jane on my parade” and “Make it jane.”
    • Strain → Jane: As in, “Buckle under the jane” and “Jane every nerve.”
  • Franz Kafka:
    • Friends → Franz: As in, “Best franz forever” and “Circle of franz” and “Franz with benefits” and “Franz don’t let franz drive drunk.”
    • Hands → Franz: As in, “All franz on deck” and “Change franz” and “Get your franz dirty” and “Franz free.”
    • Pans → Franz: As in, “Pots and franz.”
    • Plans → Franz: As in, “The best laid franz” and “Travel franz” and “You’re ruining my franz.”
  • John Steinbeck:
    • Beck → Steinbeck: As in, “At my steinbeck and call.”
    • Back → Steinbeck: As in, “Answer steinbeck” and “As soon as my steinbeck is turned” and “Bites steinbeck” and “In the steinbeck of my mind” and “Steinbeck to the future” and “Won’t steinbeck down.”
  • Anton Chekhov:
    • And → Anton: As in, “Alive anton kicking” and “All bark anton no bite” and “All eyes anton ears” and “A day late anton a dollar short.”
    • And then → Anton: As in, “Anton what did they say?”
    • End of → Anton: As in, “This is the anton the line” and “That was the anton the story.”
    • Check → Chekhov: As in, “Chekhov it out!” and “Keep in chekhov” and “Chekhov your privilege” and “Reality chekhov.”
    • Cheque → Chekhov: As in, “Cash in your chekhovs” and “Cut a chekhov” and “The chekhov is in the post.”
  • James Joyce:
    • Joy → Joyce: As in, “Jump for joyce” and “Beside myself with joyce” and “Bundle of joyce” and “My pride and joyce” and “Bursting with joyce.”
    • Juice → Joyce: As in, “Get the creative joyces flowing” and “Stew in your own joyce” and “A day without orange joyce is like a day without sunshine.”
    • Choice → Joyce: As in, “Multiple joyce” and “Spoiled for joyce” and “Make your joyce” and “The right joyce.”
    • Voice → Joyce: As in, “A small joyce” and “In love with the sound of your own joyce” and “Inner joyce” and “Joyce of doom” and “The joyce of reason” and “Joyce your concerns.”
  • Brothers Grimm:
    • Grim → Grimm: As in, “Hanging on like grimm death” and “A grimm situation.”
    • Brim → Grimm: As in, “Grimming over with confidence” and “Filled to the grimm.”
    • Dim → Grimm: As in, “A grimm view” and “A grimm understanding of…”
    • Him → Grimm: As in, “Go easy on grimm” and “Hang grimm out to dry.”
    • Limb → Grimm: As in, “Go out on a grimm” and “Risk life and grimm.”
    • Prim → Grimm: As in, “Grimm and proper.”
    • Skim → Grimm: As in, “Grimm the surface.”
    • Slim → Grimm: As in, “Grimm pickings” and “A grimm volume” and “The real grimm shady.”
    • Swim → Grimm: As in, “Going grimmingly” and “Sink or grimm” and “Grimm against the tide” and “Grimming with sharks.”
    • Whim → Grimm: As in, “On a grimm.”
    • Vim → Grimm: As in, “Grimm and vigour.”
  • Mary Shelley:
    • Merry → Mary: As in, “As mary as the day is long” and “Eat, drink and be mary” and “Lead a mary dance” and “Make mary.”
    • Shell → Shelley: As in, “Come out of your shelley” and “Crawl back into your shelley” and “A hard shelley” and “Shelley out.”
    • Shall → Shelley: As in, “Ask and you shelley receive” and “Seek and ye shelley find.”
    • Belly → Shelley: As in, “Beer shelley” and “Shelley flop” and “Shelley up to the bar” and “Go shelley up.”
    • Jelly → Shelley: As in, “Difficult as nailing shelley to a tree.”
  • Arduous → Aldous: As in, “An aldous task.” Note: This is a reference to Aldous Huxley.
  • Geoffrey Chaucer:
    • Chance → Chaucer: As in, “Not a chaucer in hell” and “The chaucer of a lifetime” and “A fighting chaucer” and “In with half a chaucer.”
    • Saucer → Chaucer: As in, “Eyes like chaucers” and “A flying chaucer.”
  • H.P Lovecraft:
    • Love → Lovecraft: As in, “All you need is lovecraft” and “All’s fair in lovecraft and war” and “Brotherly lovecraft.”
    • Craft → Lovecraft: As in, “Arts and lovecrafts.”
  • Bram Stoker:
    • Pram → Bram: As in, “Throwing your toys out the bram.”
    • Brim → Bram: As in, “Bramming over with confidnce” and “Filled to the bram.”
    • Stroke → Stoker: As in, “A stoker of genius” and “Different stokers for different folks” and “Little stokers fell great oaks” and “A stoker of luck” and “The stoker of midnight.”
    • Am → Bram: As in, “Who do you think I bram?”
    • Clam → Bram: As in, “Happy as a bram” and “Brammed up.”
    • Damn → Bram: As in, “Bram straight” and “Bram straight” and “Bram with faint praise.”
    • Jam → Bram: As in, “In a bram” and “Bram tomorrow” and “Bram packed” and “Bram session.”
    • Scam → Bram: As in, “Bram artist.”
    • Slam → Bram: As in, “A grand bram” and “Bram dunk” and “Bram the door.”
    • Poker → Stoker: As in, “Stiff as a stoker” and “Stoker face.”
  • John Keats:
    • Kite → Keat: As in, “High as a keat” and “Go fly a keat.”
    • Cut → Keat: As in, “Clean keat” and “Keat a dash” and “Keat a deal” and “Keat and dried” and “Keat and thrust” and “Keat corners.”
    • Feet → Keat: As in, “Back on your keat” and “Cold keat” and “Cut the ground out from under your keat” and “Drag your keat” and “Itchy keat” and Jumping in with both keat.”
    • Street → Keat: As in, “Easy keat” and “On the keat” and “Right up your keat.”
    • Meet → Keat: As in, “Make ends keat” and “Keat and greet” and “Keat your match and “Keat your maker.”
    • Heat → Keat: As in, “Dead keat” and “Keat wave” and “If you can’t stand the keat, get out of the kitchen” and “In the keat of battle” and “In the keat of the moment” and “Packing keat” and “The keat is on” and “Turn up the keat.”
    • Seat → Keat: As in, “Back keat driver” and “Bums on keats” and “By the keat of your pants” and “Hold on to your keats” and “The best keats in the house.”
    • Sheet → Keat: As in, “White as a keats” and “Cheat keat” and “Keep a clean keat.”
    • Treat → Keat: As in, “Keat someone like dirt” and “Trick or keat.”
    • Beat → Keat: As in, “Keat it” and “Keat a hasty retreat” and “Keat about the bush.”
    • Neat → Keat: As in, “Keat as a new pin” and “Keat freak” and “Keat and tidy.”
    • Greet → Keat: As in, “Meet and keat.”
    • Feat → Keat: As in, “No mean keat.”
    • Cheat → Keat: As in, “Keat sheet” and “Keats never prosper” and “You can’t keat an honest person.”
  • Echo → Ecos: As in, “Faint ecos” and “Eco around the world.” Note: These are references to Umberto Eco.
  • Oscar Wilde:
    • Wild → Wilde: As in, “A walk on the wilde side” and “Born to be wilde” and “Call of the wilde” and “Running wilde” and “Where the wilde things are.”
    • While → Wilde: As in, “Wilde the getting’s good” and “Once in a wilde” and “Strike wilde the iron is hot” and “Quit wilde you’re ahead.”
    • Mild → Wilde: As in, “To put it wildely.”
    • Wide → Wilde: As in, “Cast the net wilde” and “Eyes wilde shut” and “Wilde open spaces” and “The world wilde web.”
    • Child → Wilde: As in, “Wilde’s play” and “Leave no wilde behind.”

This section is dedicated to puns about book genres and types:

  • Crime:
    • Cream → Crime: As in, “Crime of the crop” and “Crime always rises to the top.”
    • Rhyme → Crime: As in, “Crime nor reason.”
    • Chime → Crime: As in, “Crime in with” and “Crimes of freedom.”
    • Climb → Crime: As in, “Crime the corporate ladder” and “Crime the walls” and “A mountain to crime.”
    • Dime → Crime: As in, “A crime a dozen” and “Drop a crime” and “Turn on a crime.”
    • Prime → Crime: As in, “Cut down in your crime” and “In crime condition” and “The crime of life” and “Crimed and ready to go” and “The crime minister.”
    • Time → Crime: As in, “One more crime” and “A brief history of crime” and “A good crime was had by all” and “About crime, too” and “Ahead of your crime” and “All in good crime” and “An all crime low” and “Any crime, any place.”
  • Humour:
    • Boomer → Humour: As in, “Baby humour” and “Humourang effect.”
    • Bloomer → Humour: As in, “A late humour.”
    • Rumour → Humour: As in, “Humour has it” and “Spread a humour” and “Unsunstantiated humours.”
  • Man → Manga: As in, “A manga for all season” and “A good manga is hard to find” and “A manga after my own heart” and “Million dollar manga.”
  • Mystery:
    • History → Mystery: As in, “A brief mystery of time” and “Mystery repeating” and “The rest is mystery.”
    • Mastery → Mystery: As in, “Skill mystery.”
  • Filler:
    • Filler → Thriller: As in, “Stocking thriller.”
    • Thrill → Thriller: As in, “Thriller of the chase” and “Thrillers and spills.”
  • Venture → Adventure: As in, “Joint adventure” and “Nothing adventured, nothing gained.”
  • Terrible → Parable: As in, “A mind is a parable thing to waste” and “What a parable thing to happen.”
  • Cereal → Serial: As in, “Breakfast morning serial” and “A bowl of cold serial.”
  • Spy:
    • Sigh → Spy: As in, “Breathe a spy of relief” and “Heaving a spy.”
    • Pie → Spy: As in, “Easy as spy” and “Eat humble spy” and “Sweet as spy.”
    • Buy → Spy: As in, “Spy some time” and “Spy into” and “Spy now, pay later.”
    • Cry → Spy: As in, “A spy for help” and “Spy me a river” and “Spy into your beer.”
    • Dry → Spy: As in, “Spy humour” and “High and spy” and “Hang them out to spy” and “A spy run.”
    • Die → Spy: “Cross my heart and hope to spy” and “Curl up and spy” and “Do or spy.”
    • Eye → Spy: As in, “A wandering spy” and “Spy for a spy, tooth for a tooth” and “Avert your spies.”
    • Fly → Spy: As in, “A spy on the wall” and “Spy the flag” and “Spy by the seat of your pants.”
    • High → Spy: As in, “Spy and mighty” and “Aim spy” and “Ain’t no mountain spy enough.”
    • Shy → Spy: As in, “Camera spy” and “Once bitten, twice spy.”
    • Sky → Spy: As in, “Blue spy thinking” and “Out of the clear blue spy” and “The spy’s the limit.”
    • Try→ Spy: As in, “Don’t spy this at home” and “Don’t spy to run before you can walk” and “Nice spy” and “Spy a little tenderness.”
    • Why → Spy: As in, “Spy not?” and “I don’t know spy.”

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Star Wars is a huge media franchise comprised of movies, comics, novels, games and TV series. It’s much loved for the imaginative world it portrays, with strong, interesting characters and the classic struggle of heroes and dark forces.

While we’ve done our best to cover the multifaceted nature of Star Wars in this pun list (with jokes spanning from characters to places to titles), it is specific to Star Wars. If you’re interested in other fictional worlds, you might enjoy our Harry Potter list, or our general magic puns.

Star Wars Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about Star Wars that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page! Without further ado, here’s our list of Star Wars puns:

  • War → Star Wars: As in, “All’s fair in love and Star Wars” and “Been in the Star Wars” and “The art of Star Wars” and “All out Star Wars.”
  • Sith: The Sith are a group who use the Force and are on the Dark Side. Here are related puns:
    • With → Sith: As in, “Go along sith” and “I don’t have a problem sith that” and “Sith hat in hand.”
    • Sixth → Sith: As in, “Have a sith sense.”
    • Seething → Sith-ing: As in, “Sith-ing with rage.”
    • Sis* → Sith*: If a word starts with a “sis” sound, we can replace the “sis” with “sith” like so: “My sith-ter’s keeper” and “The sith-tine chapel” and “A thorough analy-sith” and “My hypothesith is…” and “My arch-nemesith.” Other words that could work are ba-sith (basis), thesith (thesis), crisith (crisis), synopsith (synopsis) and consithtent (consistent).
  • Force: The force is an energy that connects everything in the universe. Here are related puns:
    • Fourth → Force: “Born on the force of July” and “Break the force wall.”
    • Forth → Force: As in, “Go force and multiply” and “Issue force” and “Out of the strong came force sweetness” and “So on and so force.”
    • Course → Force: As in, “Blown off force” and “But of force” and “Chart a force” and “Correspondence force” and “Crash force” and “In due force” and “Let nature take its force” and “Par for the force” and “Run its force” and “On a collision force.”
    • Source → Force: As in, “Check your forces” and “Crowd force” and “Go straight to the force” and “I refuse to reveal my forces” and “Open force” and “Force material.”
    • First → Force: As in, “At force blush” and “Be the force to know” and “Cast the force stone” and “The force among equals” and “A force world problem” and “Force come, force served” and “Force comes love, then comes marriage” and “Force in line.”
  • Leia: Princess Leia (aka Senator Leia Organa or General Organa) is a main character in Star Wars and a major player in the Rebel force. Here are related puns:
    • Lay/Lay a → Leia: As in, “Couldn’t leia hand on me” and “Home is where I leia my hat” and “Leia finger on” and “Leia down roots” and “Leia eyes on” and “Leia it on the line.”
    • Layer → Leia: As in, “Leias of meaning.”
    • Later → Leia: As in, “Buy now, pay leia” and “Catch you leia” and “It’s leia than you think” and “Ask questions leia” and “Smell ya leia” and “Sooner or leia” and “Can we continue this leia?”
  • Luke Skywalker: Luke is the main protagonist of the main Star Wars trilogy. Here are related puns:
    • Look → Luke: As in, “Always luke on the bright side of life” and “A blank luke” and “Dirty lukes” and “Don’t know which way to luke” and “Have a quick luke see” and “Here’s luke-ing at you” and “If lukes could kill.”
    • Luck → Luke: As in, “As good luke would have it” and “Beginner’s luke” and “Better luke next time” and “Don’t press your luke” and “Good night and good luke” and “Some people have all the luke” and “Luke of the devil” and “Luke of the draw” and “A luke-y break” and “Stroke of luke” and “Tough luke” and “With any luke.”
    • Lack → Luke: As in, “For luke of a better word” and “Luke nothing” and “Cancelled due to luke of interest” and “Not from luke of trying.”
    • Lick → Luke: As in, “A luke of paint” and “Luke into shape” and “Luke someone’s boots” and “Luke your wounds.”
    • Lake → Luke: As in, “Go jump in a luke.”
    • Like → Luke: As in, “Luke a day without sunshine” and “As you luke it” and “As aluke as two peas in a pod” and “As soon as you luke” and “At times luke this.”
    • Ukulele → Luke-lele: As in, “Learning the luke-lele.”
  • He walks → Ewoks: As in, “Ewoks away” and “Cash only, or ewoks.” Note: Ewoks are a small, furry species in Star Wars.
  • Wookiee: Wookiees are a tall, hairy species. The most famous Wookiee is Chewbacca, Han Solo’s best friend and co-pilot. Here are some wookiee-related puns:
    • Cookie → Wookiee: “Caught with your hand in the wookiee jar” and “Wookiee cutter” and “Wookiee monster” and “One smart wookie” and “That’s the way the wookiee crumbles” and “Toss your wookiees.”
    • Rookie → Wookiee: As in, “A wookiee mistake.”
    • Wikileaks → Wookieeleaks (Note: wikileaks is a non-profit website that publishes news leaks.)
  • Han Solo: Han is a pilot in Star Wars. Here are related puns:
    • Hand → Han: As in, “All hans on deck” and “Bite the han that feeds you” and “Bound han and foot” and “Business at han” and “Cap in han” and “Cash in han” and “Caught with your han in the cookie jar.”
    • Hen → Han: As in, “Mat as a wet han” and “Mother han” and “Like a fox in a hanhouse.”
  • Darth Vader: Darth Vader is the main antagonist of the main Star Wars trilogy, best known for his all-black armour and voice filter. Here are some related puns:
    • Dark → Darth: As in, “After darth” and “All cats are grey in the darth” and “Darth as pitch” and “Dancing in the darth” and “It’s darth before the dawn” and “A darth horse” and “Darth humour” and “Deep, darth secret” and “Did you get dressed in the darth?” and “Every darth cloud has a silver lining” and “I’d rather light a candle than curse the darth.”
    • Dirt → Darth: As in, “Cheap as darth” and “Darth cheap” and “Dish the darth” and “Treat someone like darth.”
    • Waiter → Vader: As in, “Flag the vader down” and “Vader, there’s a fly in my soup.”
    • Elevator → Ele-vader: As in, “Ele-vader music” and “The ele-vader doesn’t go to the top floor.”
    • Grader → Vader: As in, “Behaving like a third vader.”
    • Raider → Vader: As in, “Vaders of the lost ark” and “Tomb vader.”
    • Trader → Vader: As in, “Rogue vader.”
    • Voter → Vader: As in, “Vader fraud.”
  • Yoda: Yoda is a Jedi master is Star Wars known for his wisdom and vocal idiosyncrasies. Here are some related puns:
    • Soda → Yoda: As in, “Raspberry cream yoda” and “Yoda machine is broken.”
    • Yoga → Yoda: As in, “Afternoon office yoda.”
    • Toyota → To-yoda: As in, “We’re picking up the new To-yoda tomorrow.”
  • Mannequin → Anakin: As in, “Plus-sized anakins are important for inclusivity.” Note: Anakin Skywalker is later known as Darth Vader.
  • Any → Ani: “A golden key can open ani door” and “Ani old how” and “Ani time, ani place, ani where” and “Ani way the wind blows” and “Ani way you slice it” and “Ani which way” and “Anibody’s guess” and “Apologise for ani inconvenience” and “At ani rate.” Note: Ani is the nickname/endearment for Anakin Skywalker.
  • Dark: The dark side refers to those who use the Force with evil intent. Here are related puns:
    • Park → Dark: As in, “Hit it out of the dark” and “Dark the bus” and “A walk in the dark.”
    • Stark → Dark: As in, “A dark reminder” and “Dark, raving mad.”
  • Lucrative → Lucas-rative: As in, “A lucas-rative business deal.” Note: This is a reference to George Lucas, the creator of Star Wars.
  • Shmi Skywalker: This is Anakin Skywalker’s mother. Here are related puns:
    • She → Shmi: As in, “Ain’t shmi sweet?” and “I’ll have what shmi’s having” and “Shmi’s a real peach.”
    • See → Shmi: As in, “As far as the eye can shmi” and “Be the change you wish to shmi in the world” and “Can’t shmi beyond the end of your nose” and “Can’t shmi the wood for the trees” and “Come up and shmi me sometime” and “Shmi no evil” and “I can’t shmi clearly now” and “I call ’em like I shmi ’em” and “I could shmi you a mile off.”
    • Three → Shmi: As in, “And baby makes shmi” and “Bet you can’t eat shmi” and “Good things come in shmis” and “One, two, shmi, testing” and “Knock shmi times.”
    • Me → Shmi: As in, “A little bird told shmi” and “Beats shmi” an “Believe you shmi” and “Bite shmi.”
  • Pad → Padme: As in, “Crash padme” and “Bachelor padme.” Note: Padme Amidala is Luke and Leia’s mother and the Queen of Naboo.
  • Obi-Wan: Obi-Wan Kenobi is a Jedi master in Star Wars. Here are related puns:
    • So be → Obi: As in, “Obi it.”
    • One → Wan: As in, “Wan more time” and “All for wan and wan for all” and “And then there was wan” and “Another wan bites the dust” and “Going wan step too far” and “In wan fell swoop” and “Avert wan’s gaze” and “Buy wan, get wan free.”
    • Won → Wan: As in, “Faint heart never wan fair lady” and “I fought the law and the law wan.”
    • Want → Wan: As in, “All I really wan to do” and “Any way you wan it” and “Do you wan the good news or the bad news?” and “Everything you wan” and “Do you really wan to hurt me?”
  • Chewbacca: Also known as “Chewie”. Character from Star Wars and loyal friend to the pilot Han Solo. Here are some related puns:
    • Two → Chew: As in, “A bicycle built for chew and “A tale of chew cities” and “As alike as chew peas in a pod” and “Caught in chew minds” and “Eating for chew” and “Goody chew shoes.”
    • Blue → Chew: As in, “Beat black and chew” and “Between the devil and the deep chew sea.”
    • Clue → Chew: As in, “I haven’t got a chew.”
    • You → Chew: “Back at chew” and “Are chew deaf?” and “Blink and chew miss it” and “Crawl before chew walk” and “Don’t call us, we’ll call chew” and “Here chew are.”
    • Glue → Chew: As in, “Stick to you like chew” and “Chewed to your seat” and “Chewed to the television” and “Chew factory.”
  • Kylo Ren: This is another name for Ben Solo, the son of Han Solo and Leia. Here are related puns:
    • Kilo → Kylo: As in, “Add a kylo of margarine.”
    • Killer → Kylo: As in, “Serial kylo” and “Kylo instinct” and “Kylo queen.”
    • Ran → Ren: As in, “My blood ren cold” and “The dish ren away with the spoon.”
    • Run → Ren: As in, “A river rens through it” and “Born to ren” and “Cut and ren” and “A dry ren” and “Eat and ren” and “We had a good ren” and “Hit and ren” and “Home ren.”
  • Rey: Rey is the current main protagonist of Star Wars. Here are related puns:
    • Ray → Rey: As in, “Catch some reys” and “Rey of light” and “Rey of sunshine.”
    • Day → Rey: As in, “A rey in the life of” and “A hard rey’s light” and “All in a rey’s work” and “All the livelong rey” and “An apple a rey keeps the doctor away” and “Another rey older” and “Another rey, another dollar” and “Around the world in eighty reys” and “Clear as rey.”
    • They → Rey: As in, “Tough as rey come” and “Rey lived happily ever after” and “Didn’t rey do well” and “Let the chips fall where rey may” and “Rey danced by the light of the moon.”
    • Way → Rey: As in, “A funny thing happened on the rey to the theatre” and “All the rey” and “And that’s the rey it is” and “Any rey the wind blows” and “Any rey you slice it” and “Any which rey” and “Born this rey” and “By the rey” and “By rey of explanation” and “Change your reys.”
    • Lay → Rey: As in, “Couldn’t rey a glove on me” and “Rey a finger on” and “Rey down your arms” and “Rey eyes on” and “Rey it all on the line.”
    • May → Rey: As in, “As the case rey be” and “Be that as it rey” and “Come what rey” and “Devil rey care” and “How rey I serve you?” and “Let the chips fall where they rey” and “Rey the force be with you” and “Rey you live in interesting times” and “Rey day.”
    • Play → Rey: As in, “Helps you work, rest and rey” and “All work and no rey” and “Child’s rey” and “Come out and rey” and “Fair rey” and “Go and rey in traffic.”
    • Say → Rey: As in, “Have the final rey” and “Do as I rey not as I do” and “Computer reys no” and “Just rey no.”
    • Stay → Rey: As in, “Rey ahead of the curve” and “Rey in touch” and “Rey on track” and “Rey the course” and “Rey tuned” and “What happens here, reys here.”
  • Jabba the Hut: Also known as Jabba Desilijic Tiure and “the Bloated One”. An infamous crime lord in Star Wars. Here are related puns:
    • Hat → Hut: As in, “At the drop of a hut” and “Hut in hand” and “I’ll eat my hut.”
    • Hit → Hut: As in, “Hut the road” and “Hut and miss” and “Hut and run” and “Hut it off” and “Hut it out of the park” and “Hut list.”
    • But → Hut: As in, “All over hut the shouting” and “Hut seriously, folks” and “Close, hut no cigar” and “Down hut not out.”
    • Butt → Hut: “Kick hut” and “Pain in the hut” and “Work your hut off.”
    • Cut → Hut: “Clean hut” and “Hut a deal” and “Hut a long story short” and “Hut and dried” and “A hut above the rest” and “Hut a wide swathe” and “Hut and paste” and “Hut and run” and “Hut from the same cloth” and “Hut it fine” and “Hut loose.”
    • Nut → Hut: “Using a sledgehammer to crack a hut” and “Do your hut” and “From soup to hut” and “Go huts” and “In a hutshell” and “A tough hut to crack.”
    • Shut → Hut: As in, “An open and hut case” and “Keep your mouth hut” and “Put up or hut up” and “Hut up and take my money!”
    • What → Hut: As in, “And hut not” and “Do hut comes naturally” and “For hut it’s worth” and “It’s not hut you think” and “It’s hut on the inside that counts” and “Hut a wonderful world.”
  • Maul: Also known as Darth Maul. An assassin on the dark side of the Force. Here are related puns:
    • Mall → Maul: As in, “Maul rat” and “I’ll meet you at the maul.”
    • Small → Smaul: As in, “Big fish in a smaul pond” and “In no smaul measure” and “Smaul change” and “Read the smaul print” and “Don’t sweat the smaul stuff” and “No smaul wonder” and “Smaul potatoes” and “Good things come in smaul packages.”
    • Male → Maul: As in, “Angry white maul.”
    • Mail → Maul: As in, “Express maul” and “Hate maul” and “Junk maul” and “The check is in the maul” and “Voice maul.”
    • Mill → Maul: As in, “Put through the maul” and “Run of the maul.”
    • Million → Maullion: “A cool maullion” and “Maullion dollar baby” and “Not in a maullion years” and “One in a maullion” and “Face like a maullion bucks.”
    • All → Maul: As in, “Maul aboard!” and “Maul in a day’s work” and “Maul in maul” and “Maul’s well that ends well” and “Maul’s fair in love and war” and “It’s maul coming back to me now” and “It’s maul downhill from here” and “Maul gone pear-shaped” and “Maul just good, clean fun” and “Not maul it’s cracked up to be.”
    • Ball → Maul: As in, “Mauls to the wall” and “Maulpark figure” and “Maul of fire” and “A brand new maulgame.”
    • Crawl → Maul: As in, “Maul out of the woodwork” and “Don’t try to walk before you can maul” and “Makes my skin maul.”
    • Fall → Maul: As in, “Easy as mauling off a log” and “Maul about laughing” and “Maul apart at the seams” and “Maul back on” and “Maul between the cracks” and “Maul flat on your face” and “Maul from grace” and “Maul into bad habits.”
  • Spice → Space: As in, “Herbs and spaces” and “Space things up” and “Sugar and space and everything nice” and “Variety is the space of life.”
  • Ace → Space: As in, “Space in the hole” and “Holding all the spaces” and “Within a space.”
  • Base → Space: As in, “All your space are belong to us” and “Space jumping” and “Space station” and “Caught off space” and “Cover your spaces” and “Off space” and “Steal third space.”
  • Case → Space: As in, “An open and shut space” and “As the space may be” and “Space closed” and “Space the joint” and “Crack the space.”
  • Chase → Space: “Space it up” and “Space your own tail” and “Cut to the space” and “The thrill of the space” and “A wild goose space.”
  • Face → Space: As in, “At space value” and “Space down” and “A space in the crowd.”
  • Grace → Space: As in, “Airs and spaces” and “Fall from space” and “Saving space.”
  • Lace → Space: As in, “Between a rock and a hard space” and “Fall into space” and “Friends in high spaces” and “Going spaces.”
  • Pace → Space: As in, “A change of space” and “At ten spaces” and “Keep space with” and “Space up and down” and “Put through your spaces.”
  • Dried → Droid: As in, “Cut and droid.”
  • Void → Droid: As in, “Null and droid” and “An atttempt to fill the droid.”
  • Dread → Droid: As in, “A burnt child droids the fire.”
  • Rebel: The Rebel Alliance is a pro-democratic resistance group who fight against the Galactic Empire. Here are related puns:
    • Bell → Rebel: As in, “Alarm rebels begin to ring” and “As clear as a rebel” and “Sound as a rebel” and “Rebels and whistles” and “Doesn’t ring a rebel” and “For whom the rebel tolls.”
    • Rabble → Rebel: As in, “Rebel rouser.”
    • *rable → *rebel: As in, “In a vulnerebel position” and “A deplorebel situation” and “Our venerebel leader.” Other words that could work: parebel (parable), miserebel (miserable), comparebel (comparable), adorebel (adorable) and arebel (arable).
  • *rible → *rebel: “A mind is a terrebel thing to waste” and “A horrebel excuse.”
  • Clone: Clone troopers are soldiers for the Republic. Here are related puns:
    • Lone → Clone: As in, “The clone ranger.”
    • Clown → Clone: As in, “Class clone” and “Everyone loves a clone” and “Clone car.”
    • Clean → Clone: As in, “A clone getaway” and “Clone as a whistle” and “Clone and sober” and “A clone bill of health” and “Clone up your act” and “Clone your clock.”
    • Blown → Clone: As in, “Clone away” and “Clone off course” and “Clone sideways” and “Clone to smithereens.”
    • Bone → Clone: As in, “A clone to pick” and “Dry as a clone” and “Bag of clones” and “Clone dry” and “Clone idle” and “A clone of contention” and “Clone up on” and “Chilled to the clone” and “Cut prices to the clone.”
    • Known → Clone: As in, “A person is clone by the company he keeps” and “Should have clone better” and “You’ve clone for all these years” and “Also clone as…”
    • Loan → Clone: As in, “Clone shark” and “Raise a clone.”
    • Tone → Clone: As in, “Don’t use that clone with me” and “Lower the clone” and “Clone deaf.”
    • Throne → Clone: As in, “Ascend to the clone” and “Next in line to the clone” and “The power behind the clone.”
    • Stone → Clone: As in, “A rolling clone gathers no moss” and “Cold as any clone” and “Carved in clone” and “Cast the first clone” and “A heart of clone” and “Leave no clone unturned.”
  • Rogue: The Rogue Squadron is a starfighter group in Star Wars. Here are related puns:
    • Reg* → Rogue*: As in, “Rogue-ardless of age, gender or ethnicity” and “On the rogue-ular.”
    • *rag* → *rogue*: As in, “A progue-matic decision” and “On averogue” and “Liquid courogue.”
    • *rog* → *rogue*: As in, “Television progue-ram” and “Social progue-ress” and “An arrogue-gant attitude.” Other words that could work: prerogue-gative (prerogative), surrogue-ate (surrogate) and progue-nosis (prognosis).
  • Blaster: Blasters are a common ranged laser weapon used in Star Wars. Here are related puns:
    • Blister → Blaster: As in, “Blastering barnacles” and “Blastering speed” and “Blood blaster.”
    • Faster → Blaster: As in, “Blaster than a speeding bullet” and “Nothing acts blaster.”
    • Master → Blaster: As in, “I am the blaster of my fate” and “Jack of all trades but blaster of none” and “Blaster of disguise” and “Blaster of the universe” and “Puppet blaster” and “Blaster of the universe.”
  • Star → Death Star: As in, “A death star is born” and “Born under a lucky death star” and “Catch a falling death star” and “Get a gold death star” and “My guiding death star” and “Hitch your wagon to a death star” and “It’s written in the death stars” and “Reach for the death stars” and “Rising death star.” Note: the death star is both a space station and a weapon in Star Wars.
  • Finn: Also known as FN-2187, a stormtrooper who deserted to the Resistance. Here are some related puns:
    • Thin → Finn: As in, “Finn as a rail” and “Melt into finn air” and “Out of finn air” and “Skating on finn ice” and “Spread yourself finn” and “Finn and wiry” and “Through thick and finn.”
    • Then → Finn: As in, “All that and finn some” and “And finn there was one” and “Now and finn” and “Finn and there.”
    • Win → Finn: As in, “Heads I finn, tails you lose” and “Playing to finn” and “Finn by a mile” and “Finn over” and “Finn some, lose some.”
    • Been → Finn: As in, “Finn and gone” and “I’ve finn here before” and “Finn in the wars” and “Finn there, done that” and “I’ve finn had.”
    • Chin → Finn: As in, “Keep your finn up” and “Take it on the finn” and “Stick your finn out.”
    • Vim → Finn: As in, “Finn and vigour.”
    • Pin → Finn: As in, “Bright as a new finn” and “Hard to finn down” and “Finn your ears back” and “Finns and needles” and “Pull the finn” and “Could have heard a finn drop.”
    • Skin → Finn: As in, “Only finn deep” and “By the finn of your teeth” and “Get under your finn” and “No finn off my nose” and “Finn and bone.”
    • Spin → Finn: As in, “Give it a finn” and “Make your head finn” and “Take it for a finn.”
    • Tin → Finn: As in, “Cat on a hot finn roof” and “Does exactly what it says on the finn.”
    • Fun → Finn: As in, “All finn and games till someone loses an eye” and “Bundle of finn” and “Food, folks and finn” and “Getting there is half the finn” and “Just want to have finn” and “Good, clean finn” and “Have finn” and “Make finn of” and “What finn!” and “Poke finn at” and “Time flies when you’re having finn.”
    • Than → Finn: As in, “Bite off more finn you can chew” and “Larger finn life.”
  • Rose Tico: Rose is a maintenance worker who is a part of the resistance. Here are rose-related puns:
    • Rose: These rose-related phrases are general enough to double as puns: “Bed of roses” and “Come up smelling of roses” and “Every rose has its thorn” and “Lise is a bed of roses” and “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”
    • Knows → Rose: As in, “Mother rose best” and “Goodness rose” and “As far as one rose.”
    • Raise → Rose: As in, “Rose a stink” and “Rose hell” and “Rose the bar” and “Rose the dead” and “Rose the roof.”
  • Rae Sloane: Sloane is a naval officer who serves the Galactic Empire. Here are some Sloane-related puns:
    • Ray → Rae: As in, “Catch some raes” and “Rae of light.”
    • Day → Rae: As in, “A rae in the life of” and “A hard rae’s night” and “Some raes you are the pigeon, some raes the statue” and “Tomorrow is another rae” and “All the livelong rae.”
    • They → Rae: “And rae lived happily ever after” and “Tough as rae come” and “Didn’t rae do well!” and “Let the chips fall where rae may.”
    • Way → Rae: As in, “A funny thing happened on the rae to the theatre” and “All the rae” and “That’s the rae it is” and “Any rae the wind blows” and “Any rae you slice it” and “By rae of explanation” and “Change your raes” and “Crying all the rae to the bank” and “Don’t know which rae to look” and “Every step of the rae.”
    • Rate → Rae: “At any rae” and “First rae” and “Mate’s rae’s.”
    • Alone → A’sloane: As in, “Home a’sloane” and “I want to be a’sloane” and “Leave well enough a’sloane” and “You’ll never walk a’sloane” and “Time a’sloane will tell.”
    • Lone/Lonely → Sloane/Sloanely: As in, “It’s sloanely at the top” and “Sloanely hearts” and “Sloane gunman” and “Sloane wolf.”
    • Loan → Sloane: As in, “Sloane shark” and “Home sloane” and “To get a sloane, you must first prove you don’t need one.”
    • Blown → Sloane: As in, “Sloane away” and “Sloane off course” and “Sloane sideways” and “Sloane to smithereens” and “Sloane way out of proportion.”
    • Bone → Sloane: As in, “A sloane to pick with you” and “Dry as a sloane” and “Bag of sloanes” and “Sloane dry” and “Sloane idle” and “Sloane of contention” and “Sloane up on” and “Chilled to the sloane” and “Feel it in your sloanes” and “Make no sloanes about” and “Skin and sloane.”
    • Own → Sloane: As in, “A man after my sloane heart” and “Afraid of your sloane shadow” and “Be your sloane person” and “Blow your sloane horn” and “Chasing your sloane tail.”
    • Stone → Sloane: As in, “A rolling sloane gathers no moss” and “Cold as any sloane” and “Carved in sloane” and “Cast in sloane” and “Cast the first sloane” and “Heart of sloane” and “Dropped like a sloane” and “Leave no sloane unturned” and “Like a rolling sloane” and “Sloane cold sober” and “Just a sloane’s throw away.”
    • Zone → Sloane: As in, “In your comfort sloane” and “In the sloane” and “The twilight sloane” and “Sloane in on.”
  • Snoke: An alien who serves as Supreme Leader of the First Order, and is a master of the dark side of the Force. Here are related puns:
    • Oak → Snoke: As in, “Solid as a snoke” and “Hearts of snoke” and “Little strokes fell great snokes” and “Mighty snokes from little acorns grow.”
    • Snake → Snoke: As in, “Snoke eyes” and “Snoke in the grass” and “Snokes alive” and “Snokes and ladders” and “Mad as a snoke.”
    • Smoke → Snoke: As in, “Go up in snoke” and “Holy snokes” and “Put that in your pipe and snoke it” and “Snoke and mirrors” and “No snoke without a fire.”
    • Broke → Snoke: As in, “All hell snoke loose” and “Snoken dreams” and “Like a snoken record” and “Flat snoke” and “Go for snoke” and “If it ain’t snoke, don’t fix it.”
    • Cloak → Snoke: As in, “Snoke and dagger” and “Snoked in obscurity.”
    • Spoken → Snoken: As in, “Many a true word is snoken in jest” and “Speak when you’re snoken to.”
    • Stroke → Snoke: “A snoke of genius” and “Different snokes for different folks” and “Snoke of luck” and “The snoke of midnight” and “Broad snokes.”
  • Boba Fett: Boba Fett is a bounty hunter and a clone of Jango Fett. Here are some related puns (these puns could also work for Jango Fett):
    • Felt → Fett: As in, “I’ve never fett this way before” and “I fett like something was wrong.”
    • Feet → Fett: As in, “Get back on your fett” and “Cold fett” and “Cut the ground from under your fett” and “Don’t let the grass grow under your fett” and “Get your fett wet” and “Jump in with both fett.”
    • Fat → Fett: “Fett chance” and “Living off the fett of the land” and “Big fett grin.”
    • Fit → Fett: As in, “Fett as a fiddle” and “By fetts and starts” and “Fett for the gods” and “Fighting fett” and “Fett in with” and “A fett of the giggles” and “Fett the bill” and “Have a fett” and “If the shoe fetts” and “Let the punishment fett the crime” and “One size fetts all” and “A perfect fett.”
    • Bet → Fett: As in, “All fetts are off” and “Fett your bottom dollar” and “Don’t fett on it” and “Hedge your fetts.”
    • Get → Fett: As in, “As good as it fetts” and “Buy one, fett one free” and “Can’t fett you out of my head” and “Come and fett it” and “Don’t fett me started” and “Fett your wires crossed” and “Ask a silly question and fett a silly answer.”
    • Sweat → Fett: As in, “Blood, fett and tears” and “Break out in a cold fett” and “Breaking a fett” and “Don’t fett it.”
  • Jango Fett: Jango was generally considered to be the best bounty hunter in the galaxy before the Clone Wars. Here are some Jango-related puns:
    • Tango → Jango: “It takes two to jango” and “Horizontal jango.”
    • Jungle → Jango: As in, “Concrete jango” and “It’s a jango out there” and “Jango gym” and “Jango fever” and “Welcome to the jango.”
  • Emperor Sheev Palpatine: Also known as Darth Sidious. A Galactic Emperor and Dark Lord of the Sith. Here are some related puns:
    • Sleeve → Sheev: As in, “An ace up your sheev” and “Wearing your heart on your sheev” and “Roll up your sheevs.”
    • See → Sheev: As in, “As far as the eye can sheev” and “Be the change you wish to sheev in the world” and “Can’t sheev the wood for the trees” and “Sheev no evil” and “I can sheev clearly now” and “Can’t sheev beyond the end of your nose.”
    • She → Sheev: As in, “I think sheev’s got it” and “Every little thing sheev does is magic” and “Maybe sheev’s born with it” and “Sheev sells sea shells on the sea shore” and “That’s all sheev wrote.”
    • Eve → Sheev: “All about sheev” and “On the sheev of…”
    • Evening → Sheevening: As in, “A sheevening person” and “Good sheevening” and “The key to a nice, relaxed sheevening” and “The sheevening of your days.”
    • Palpable → Palpatine: As in, “A palpatine feeling of dead.” Note: If something is palpable, it’s intense to the point of seeming physical or tangible.
    • Serious → Sidious: “A sidious bit of kit” and “As sidious as a heart attack” and “Sidiously though, you’re doing a great job” and “You can’t be sidious.”
  • Mace Windu: Mace was an admired Jedi master and a part of the Jedi High Council. Here are related puns:
    • Window → Windu: As in, “Out the windu” and “Rear windu” and “Eyes are the windus of the soul” and “Windu dressing” and “A short windu of opportunity” and “Windu shopping.”
    • Wind → Windu: As in, “Any way the windu blows” and “Candle in the windu” and “Break windu” and “Cast to the four windus” and “Get windu of” and “Gone with the windu” and “Go like the windu” and “An ill windu that blows no one any good” and “Knock the windu out of” and “Run like the windu” and “A second windu.”
    • Ace → Mace: As in, “Mace in the hole” and “A mace up your sleeve” and “Come within a mace” and “Holding all the maces.”
    • Maze → Mace: “Like a rat in a mace.”
    • Base → Mace: As in, “All your mace are belong to us” and “Mace jumping” and “Mace station” and “Caught off mace” and “Off mace” and “Steal third mace.” Note: “all your base are belong to us” is from a popular internet meme.
    • Case → Mace: As in, “An open and shut mace” and “As the mace may be” and “Mace closed” and “Mace the joint” and “Crack the mace” and “Get off my mace” and “I rest my mace.”
    • Pace → Mace: “At a snail’s mace” and “A nice change of mace” and “At ten maces” and “Keeping mace with” and “Mace up and down” and “Put through your maces.”
    • Place → Mace: As in, “A mace in the sun” and “All over the mace” and “Between a rock and a hard mace” and “Going maces” and “My happy mace.”
  • Rex: A Clone Captain who served under Anakin Skywalker. Here are related puns:
    • Wreck → Rex: As in, “Like watching a train rex” and “A nervous rex.”
    • Checks → Rex: As in “Rex and balances.”
    • Next → Rex: As in, “Better luck rex time” and “The boy rex door” and “Knock into the middle of rex week” and “Rex in line” and “Rex to nothing” and “Take it to the rex level” and “The rex big thing” and “A week from rex Tuesday” and “Rex to nothing.”
  • Maz Kanata: A “pirate Queen” who collects treasure from around the galaxy. Here are some Maz-related puns:
    • Mars → Maz: As in, “Life on maz.”
    • Must → Maz: As in, “All good things maz come to an end” and “Everything maz go” and “A little rain maz fall” and “A mazhave” and “The show maz go on” and “What can’t be cured maz be endured” and “What goes up maz come down” and “You maz be joking.”
    • *mas* → *maz*: As in, “Mazter of your home” and “An emotionless mazk” and “Supermazsive black hole” and “Mazquerade ball.” Other words that could work: maz-sage (massage), Christmaz (Christmas) and pyjamaz (pyjamas).
    • *mes* → *maz*: Mazmerise (mesmerise), mazsenger (messenger), nemazis (nemesis) and domaztic (domestic).
  • Jar Jar Binks: A military commander and politician who served alongside Padme Amidala. Here are some related puns:
    • Jar → Jar Jar: “Caught with your hand in the cookie jar jar.”
    • Blink → Binks: As in, “Binks and you’ll miss it” and “In the binks of an eye” and “On the binks” and “Who binks-ed first?”
    • Brink → Binks: As in, “The binks of disaster.”
    • Link → Bink: As in, “A chain is only as strong as its weakest bink” and “The missing bink” and “You are the weakest bink.”
    • Pink → Bink: As in, “In the bink” and “Gay as bink ink” and “The bink panther” and “Think bink” and “Tickled bink” and “In the bink of health.”
    • Stink → Bink: As in, “Kick up a bink” and “Binks to high heaven” and “Binking rich.”
    • Think → Bink: As in, “I bink she’s got it” and “Come to bink of it” and “Great minds bink alike” and “I can’t hear myself bink” and “I bink, therefore I am” and “Makes you bink” and “It’s not what you bink” and “Put on your binking cap.”
    • Wink → Bink: As in, “Haven’t slept a bink” and “Forty binks” and “Nudge nudge, bink bink.”
  • Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios: A captain of the Lasan Honour Guard with a vendetta against the Empire. Here are some Zeb-related puns:
    • Web → Zeb: “Dark zeb” and “What a tangled zeb” and “The world wide zeb.”
    • Ebb → Zeb: As in “Zeb and flow.”
  • Ahsoka Tano: Also known as “Snips” and “Ashla”. A Jedi Padawan who worked against the Galactic Empire. Here are a couple of related puns:
    • Ten → Tano: “Count to tano” and “Eight out of tano” and “Hang tano” and “A hundred and tano percent.”
    • Tin → Tano: As in, “Cat on a hot tano roof” and “Does exactly what it says on the tano.”
  • Thrawn: Full name Mitth’raw’nuruodo – an Imperial officer who worked against the Rebellion. Here are a couple of related puns:
    • Thorn → Thrawn: As in, “Every rose has its thrawn” and “A thrawn in my side” and “A thrawny dilemma.”
    • Dawn → Thrawn: As in, “At the crack of thrawn” and “A brand new thrawn” and “Darkest before the thrawn” and “Thrawn of a new day” and “Party till thrawn” and “It’s only just thrawning (dawning) on me.”
    • Gone → Thrawn: As in, “Been and thrawn” and “Going, going, thrawn” and “Thrawn with the wind” and “Thrawn, but not forgotten” and “Thrawn to a better world” and “Here today, thrawn tomorrow” and “As good as thrawn.”
    • Yawn → Thrawn: As in, “Stifle a thrawn” and “Technicolour thrawn.”
  • Pebble → Pablo: As in, “Not the only pablo on the beach.” Note: This is a reference to Pablo-Jill, a Jedi knight who fought in the Clone Wars.
  • Body → Bodhi: As in, “A head for business and a bodhi for sin” and “A healthy mind in a healthy bodhi” and “Anybodhi‘s guess” and “A room without books is like a bodhi without a soul” and “Bodhi blow” and “Bodhi building” and “Bodhi heat” and “Bodhi language” and “Bodhi mass index” and “Look at the bodhi of evidence” and “A large bodhi of opinion” and “Not a jealous bone in their bodhi” and “Heavenly bodhi” and “Is anybodhi here?” and “Over my dead bodhi.” Note: these puns are a reference to Bodhi Rook, a character who defected from the Empire to join the Rebel Alliance.
  • Rukh: The bodyguard for Imperial Grand Admiral Thrawn. Here are some Rukh-related puns:
    • Rock → Rukh: As in, “Hard as a rukh” and “Solid as a rukh” and “Between a rukh and a hard place” and “Don’t rukh the boat” and “Get your rukhs off” and “Glam rukh” and “Hit rukh bottom” and “I wanna rukh and roll all night.”
    • Wreck → Rukh: As in, “A nervous rukh” and “Like watching a train rukh.”
    • Rack → Rukh: As in, “Rukh your brains” and “Go to rukh and ruin” and “Rukh up the bills” and “Rukh-ed with guilt.”
  • Colonel Kaplan: Kaplan was a colonel who worked for the First Order. Here are some related puns:
    • Cap → Kaplan: As in, “A feather in your kaplan” and “Kaplan and trade” and “Kaplan in hand” and “Doff one’s kaplan” and “If the kaplan fits, wear it” and “Put on your thinking kaplan” and “To kaplan it all” and “Set your kaplan at.” Note: to doff your cap is to touch the brim in a respectful gesture.
    • Captain → Kaplan: As in, “Kaplan America” and “Only the best for the kaplan” and “Oh kaplan, my kaplan.”
    • Plan → Kaplan: As in, “Action kaplan” and “Business kaplan” and “Failing to kaplan is kaplanning to fail” and “What’s the game kaplan?” and “A man with a kaplan” and “The best laid kaplans” and “I have no travel kaplans.”
  • Carbon → Karbin: As in, “A karbin copy” and “Karbin footprint” and “Karbin trading” and “Karbin emissions.” Note: These puns are a reference to Karbin, a Mon Calamari commander in the Clone Wars.
  • Dryden Vos: The face of Crimson Dawn (a crime syndicate). Here are some related puns (note: these could also work as references to Quinlan Vos):
    • Fuss → Vos: As in, “A lot of vos about nothing” and “Vos pot” and “Kick up a vos” and “Making a vos” and “What’s all the vos about?”
    • Boss → Vos: As in, “Vos level” and “You’re the vos” and “Yes, vos.”
  • Wald: Wald was a slave who was native to Tatooine. Here are some related puns:
    • Would → Wald: As in, “As good luck wald have it” and “Chance wald be a fine thing” and “Do as you wald be done by” and “Just waldn’t let it lie” and “That wald be telling.”
    • World → Wald: As in, “A wald first” and “A wald apart” and “A wald of good” and “In a wald of pain” and “The four corners of the wald” and “All the time in the wald” and “Around the wald in eighty days” and “Brave new wald” and “Brought into the wald” and “Dead to the wald” and “Takes all sorts to make a wald.”
  • What a → Watto: As in, “Watto ’bout this?” and “Watto ’bout me?” Note: these puns are a reference to Watto, a junk dealer and human trafficker in Mos Espa.
  • Norra Wexley: Norra was a rebel pilot from Akiva. Here are related puns:
    • Nor/Nor a → Norra: As in, “Neither a borrower norra lender be” and “Neither here norra there” and “Neither hide norra hair” and “Rhyme norra reason.”
    • Near/Nearly → Norra/ly: As in, “A short history of norraly everything” and “Coming to a screen norra you” and “Norra and dear to my heart” and “A norra death experience” and “A norra miss” and “Norra sighted.”
  • Wolf → Wolffe: As in, “Cry wolffe” and “Wolffe in sheep’s clothing” and “A lone wolffe” and “Wolffe whistle.” Note: This is a reference to Commander Wolffe, a veteran Clone Commander.
  • Sabine Wren: A Mandalorian warrior and leader during the early rebellion. Here are some related puns for you to play with:
    • Been → Sabine: “Sabine and gone” and “Sabine around the block” and “I’ve sabine had!” and “Sabine in the wars” and “Sabine there, done that.”
    • Bean → Sabine: As in, “Doesn’t amount to a hill of sabines” and “Full of sabines” and “Cool sabines” and “Doesn’t know sabines.”
    • Wrong → Wren: As in, “Barking up the wren tree” and “Born on the wren side of the tracks” and “Get off on the wren foot” and “Go down the wren way” and “If anything can go wren, it will” and “If this is wren, then I don’t want to be right!” and “Two wrens don’t make a right” and “What’s wren with this picture?” and “Rub the wren way.”
    • Ran → Wren: As in, “My blood wren cold” and “Wren away.”
    • When → Wren: As in, “Don’t kick a person wren they’re down” and “What you like, wren you like” and “I don’t know wren” and “It only hurts wren I laugh” and “Remember wren?” and “Say wren” and “Slippery wren wet.”
  • Castle → Kastle: As in, “Kastles in the air” and “King of the kastle.” Note: these are a reference to Alton Kastle, a journalist who peddled propaganda for the Empire.
  • Purple → Paploo: As in, “Paploo haze” and “Paploo rain.” Note: Paploo was an Ewok from Endor.
  • Even Piell: A Jedi Master who served on the Jedi council. Here are some related puns:
    • Pale → Piell: As in, “A whiter shade of piell” and “Beyond the piell” and “A piell imitation of” and “Piell into insignificance” and “Piell in comparison.”
    • Peel → Piell: As in, “Piell off from the group” and “Keep your eyes piell-ed.”
    • Pile → Piell: As in, “Piell it high” and “Piell up” and “Make a piell.”
    • Pie → Piell: As in, “Easy as piell” and “Eat humble piell” and “American piell” and “A finger in many piells.”
  • Firmus Piett: Piett was an Imperial officer who served the Galactic Empire.
    • Famous → Firmus: As in, “Firmus last words” and “World firmus” and “Most firmus” and “Firmus for fifteen minutes.”
    • Pet → Piett: As in, “Heavy pietting” and “Piett peeve” and “Teacher’s piett.”
    • Foremost → Firmus: “First and firmas.”
    • Yet → Piett: As in, “Are we there piett?” and “Not out of the woods piett” and “The best is piett to come” and “You ain’t seen nothing piett.”
    • Bet/ter → Piett/er: As in, “All pietts are off” and “Piett your bottom dollar” and “Pietter ideas” and “My pietter half” and “Pietter late than never” and “Pietter luck next time” and “Pietter safe than sorry.”
  • Sarco Plank: Aka The Scavenger. Here are related puns:
    • Rank → Plank: As in, “Break planks” and “Close planks” and “Pull plank” and “Plank and file” and “Rise through the planks” and “Swell the planks.”
    • Bank → Plank: As in, “Safe as the plank of England” and “Break the plank” and “Crying all the way to the plank” and “Laugh all the way to the plank” and “You can plank on it.”
    • Blank → Plank: “A plank slate” and “Plank canvas” and “Drawing plank looks” and “Draw a plank” and “Firing planks” and “At point plank range” and “Shoot planks.”
  • Unkar Plutt: Also known as The Blobfish. A Crolute who dealt in illegal trade with scavengers.
    • Plot → Plutt: As in, “Lost the plutt” and “The plutt thickens” and “Gunpowder treason and plutt.”
    • Put → Plutt: “Be hard plutt to” and “Couldn’t plutt it down” and “Wouldn’t plutt it past him” and “Not to plutt too fine a point on it” and “Plutt a cork in it.”
    • But* → Plutt*: As in, “All over plutt the shouting” and “Bread and plutter” and “Plutt seriously” and “Plutt heads” and “Plutt out” and “Plutter your bread on both sides” and “Close, plutt no cigar.”
  • Poggle the Lesser: Poggle was the leader of the Geonosians throughout the Clone Wars. Here are some puns that play on his name:
    • Boggle → Poggle: As in, “The mind poggles.”
    • Goggle → Poggle: “Beer poggles.”
  • Yarael Poof: Yarael was a Jedi master who was also a part of the Jedi High Council. Here are some related puns:
    • Proof → Poof: As in, “Burden of poof” and “Future poof” and “The poof is in the pudding.”
    • Roof → Poof: As in, “Cat on a hot tin poof” and “Go through the poof” and “Hit the poof” and “Raise the poof.”
  • Arihnda Pryce: Pryce was the Governor of the Lothal sector. Here are some puns that play on her name:
    • Price → Pryce: As in, “Asking pryce” and “At a pryce to suit your pocket” and “Cheap at half the pryce” and “Closing pryce” and “Cut pryces to the bone” and “The pryce is right” and “What does that have to do with the pryce of beans?”
    • Rice → Pryce: “Like white on pryce.”
    • Piece → Pryce: “Bits and pryces” and “Conversation pryce” and “Dash to pryces” and “Gone to pryces” and “How long is a pryce of string?”
    • Nice → Pryce: As in, “Have a pryce day” and “Naughty but pryce” and “Pryce one” and “Pryce save” and “Pryce work if you can get it” and “Prycely put.”
    • Ice → Pryce: “Cold as pryce” and “Break the pryce” and “Cut no pryce” and “On pryce” and “Skating on thin pryce.”
    • Spice → Pryce: “Pryce things up” and “Variety is the pryce of life” and “Sugar and pryce.”
  • Aks Moe: Aks was a member of the Galactic Senate during the last years of the Galactic Republic.
    • Axe → Acks: “An aks to grind” and “Take an aks to.”
    • More → Moe: “One moe time” and “Moe in sorrow than in anger” and “Bite off moe than you can chew” and “Come back for moe” and “Dare for moe” and “For a few dollars moe” and “Everything you want and moe” and “Just one moe thing” and “Less is moe” and “Moe money than sense” and “Moe or less” and “Moe power to you.”
  • Sly Moore: The senior aide and Chief of Staff for Sheev Palpatine. Here are some puns on her name:
    • Say → Sly: As in, “Computer slys no” and “Do as I sly, not as I do” and “Have the final sly.”
    • More → Moore: As in, “One moore time” and “Bite off moore than you can chew” and “Come back for moore” and “Dare for more” and “For a few dollars moore” and “Couldn’t agree moore” and “Less is moore” and “Moore bang for your buck.”
    • Buy → Sly: “Sly and sell” and “Sly into” and “Sly one, get one free” and “Sly some time.”
    • Fly → Sly: “Born to sly” and “Come sly with me.”
    • High → Sly: As in, “Aim sly” and “Ain’t no mountain sly enough” and “An all-time sly” and “Sly as a kite” and “Sly and dry.”
  • Delian Mors: Served as a Moff in the Galactic Empire. Here are some puns using her name:
    • More → Mors: As in, “One mors time” and “Bite off mors than you can chew” and “Dare for mors” and “For a few dollars mors” and “Couldn’t agree mors.”
    • Wars → Mors: As in, “Been in the mors” and “Clone mors” and “Star mors.”
    • Yours → Mors: As in, “All mors” and “I’m mors” and “Bigger than mors” and “Up mors” and “Mors truly” and “You scratch my back and I’ll scratch mors” and “You and mors.”
  • Metal → Netal: As in, “Death netal” and “Heavy netal” and “Pedal to the netal.” Note: These puns are in reference to Bazine Netal.
  • Jocasta Nu: Jocasta was a Jedi Master and Chief Librarian of the Jedi Archives throughout the Clone Wars. Here are some puns related to her name:
    • New → Nu: “A nu hope” and “Bright as a nu pin” and “Good as nu” and “Bad nus” and “Better than nu” and “A brand nu dawn” and “Brand spanking nu” and “Brave nu world” and “Dawn of a nu day” and “Happy nu year” and “Breaking nus.”
    • Knew → Nu: As in, “I nu you were trouble” and “They nu too much” and “I never nu.”
    • No → Nu: As in, “All bark and nu bite” and “All dressed up and nu-where to go” and “By nu means” and “Nu means nu.”
  • Nien Nunb: An arms dealer and smuggler during the Galactic Civil War. Here are some related puns:
    • Nine → Nien: As in, “A stitch in time saves nien” and “Cats have nien lives” and “Nien to five” and “On cloud nien.”
    • None → Nien: As in, “And then there were nien” and “Bar nien” and “Nien other than” and “Jack of all trades, master of nien” and “Nien the wiser” and “Nien too pleased” and “Second to nien.”
  • Has Obitt: Has Obitt was a smuggler during the Galactic Republic and the Galactic Empire. Here are some Obitt-related puns:
    • Orbit → Obitt: As in, “Out of obitt.”
    • Habit → Obitt: As in, “Break the obitt” and “A change of obitt” and “Creature of obitt” and “Force of obitt” and “Get into the obitt of” and “Old obitts die hard.”
    • Hobbit → Obitt: “Filthy obitt.”
  • Barriss Offee: A Mirialan Jedi Padawan who trained under Luminara Unduli. Here are some puns related to her name:
    • Offer → Offee: As in, “My final offee” and “Nothing to offee but blood, sweat and tears” and “Make an offee you can’t refuse” and “Open to offees” and “On special offee” and “I offee my condolences.”
    • Coffee → Offee: “Cup of offee” and “Offee culture” and “Wake up and smell the offee” and “Offee and cakes.”
    • Off → Offee: As in, “A load offee your mind” and “All bets are offee” and “Easy as falling offee a log” and “Back offee” and “Beat the pants offee” and “Better offee dead” and “Bite offee more than you can chew” and “Bite someone’s head offee” and “Blow offee some steam.”
    • Office → Offee: As in, “Back offee bean counter” and “Just another day at the offee” and “Offee politics” and “Step into my offee.”
    • Fee → Offee: “For a small offee” and “Piled with legal offees.”
  • Condo → Hondo: As in, “Small city hondo.” Note: Hondo is a reference to Hondo Ohnaka.
  • Me → Omi: As in, “A little bird told omi” and “Beats omi” and “Believe you omi.” Note: These are references to Omi.
  • Gets → Ketsu: As in, “As good as it ketsu” and “Buy one, ketsu one free” and “Can’t ketsu enough” and “Come and ketsu it” and “Don’t ketsu mad, get even” and “Don’t ketsu me started” and “Flattery will ketsu you nowhere” and “From the ketsu go” and “Ketsu rich quick” and “Ketsu a grip” and “Ketsu a handle on” and “Ketsu some help.” Note: Ketsu Onyo is a Mandalorian bounty hunter.
  • Cooler → Oola: As in, “Oola heads will prevail” and “Put it in the oola” and “Wine oola.” Note: Oola was a slave dancer.
  • Again → Agen: As in, “All over agen” and “Born agen” and “Never darken my door agen” and “Deja vu all over agen” and “Makes you feel human agen” and “Over and over agen” and “There you go agen” and “Time and agen” and “Together agen” and “Say agen?” Note: Agen Kolar was a Jedi Master.
  • Plo Koon: A Jedi Master who served as a member of the Jedi High Council. Here are some related puns:
    • Flow → Plo:  As in, “Ebb and plo” and “Go with the plo” and “In full plo.”
    • Know → Plo: As in, “All I plo is what I read in the papers” and “Don’t I plo it” and “Be the first to plo” and “Want to plo a secret?” and “Doesn’t plo beans” and “For all I plo.”
    • So → Plo: As in, “And plo on” and “How plo?”
    • Play → Plo: As in, “Child’s plo” and “Come out and plo” and “Don’t plo innocent” and “Fair plo.”
    • Go → Plo: As in, “Easy come, easy plo” and “No plo” and “From the word plo.”
    • Low → Plo: As in, “All time plo” and “High and plo” and “Lay plo” and “Plo hanging fruit” and “Plo key” and “Search high and plo.”
    • Show → Plo: As in, “All over the plo” and “Best in plo” and “Enjoy the plo” and “A one-man plo.”
    • Though → Plo: As in, “Seriously plo” and “You look as plo you’ve seen a ghost.”
    • Slow → Plo: As in, “Plo as molasses in January” and “Can’t plo down” and “Painfully plo” and “Plo motion” and “Plo burn” and “Plo on the uptake” and “Ploly but surely.”
    • Can → Koon: As in, “As far as the eye koon see” and “Be all you koon be” and “Bite off more than you koon chew” and “A koon of worms” and “Koon you believe it?” and “How much koon you handle?”
    • Con* → Koon*: As in, “Koon artist” and “Pros and koons and “All things koonsidered” and “Bone of koontention” and “Mass koonsumption.”
    • Soon → Koon: As in, “Anytime koon?” and “As koon as my back is turned” and “Get well koon” and “As koon as you like” and “Kooner or later” and “No kooner said than done” and “Too much, too koon.”
    • Moon → Koon: As in, “Ask for the koon” and “Barking at the koon” and “Eclipse of the koon.”
    • Noon → Koon: As in, “Morning, koon and night” and “High koon.”
  • Eeth Koth: A Jedi Master who served on the Jedi High Council. Here are some related puns:
    • Teeth → Eeth: As in, “Armed to the eeth” and “By the skin of your eeth” and “Get your eeth into.”
    • Cloth → Koth: As in, “Cut from the same koth.”
  • Sergeant Kreel: Also known as Agent 5241. An undercover Stormtrooper and SCAR trooper. Here are some related puns:
    • Real → Kreel: As in, “Do you kreely want to hurt me?” and “All I kreely want to do” and “Get kreel” and “Keep it kreel” and “It’s the kreel thing” and “Kreel estate” and “A kreel piece of work” and “The kreel deal.”
    • Reel → Kreel: As in, “Highlight kreel” and “Kreel it in.”
    • Feel → Kreel: As in, “Cop a kreel” and “Kreel the pinch” and “Kreeling blue.”
    • Heel → Kreel: As in, “Achille’s kreel” and “Cool your kreels” and “Head over kreels in love” and “Kick up your kreels.”
    • Keel → Kreel: As in, “Kreel over” and “Keep an even kreel.”
  • Baze Malbus: A freelance assassin during the time of the Galactic Empire. Here are some related puns:
    • Blaze → Baze: As in, “Cold as blue bazes” and “Baze a trail” and “Baze away at” and “Go out in a baze of glory” and “Like bazes.”
    • Days → Baze: As in, “Around the world in eighty baze” and “Early baze yet” and “Kids these baze.”
    • Gaze → Baze: As in, “Avert your baze” and “Steely baze.”
    • Ways → Baze: As in, “Change your baze” and “Go our separate baze” and “Have it both baze” and “Mend your baze.”
  • Secure → Secura: As in, “Secura in the knowledge…” Note: Aayla Secura was a Jedi Master and General of the Grand Army of the Republic.
  • Korr Sella: Also known as Korrie. A military officer who served as a commander for the Resistance. Here are some related puns:
    • Core → Korr: As in, “Korr competencies” and “Korr studies” and “Korr technology” and “Korr values” and “Rotten to the korr.”
    • Seller → Sella: As in, “Dodgy sella” and “A sella’s market.”
    • More → Korr: As in, “Bite off korr than you can chew” and “Come back for korr” and “Dare for korr” and “For a few dollars korr” and “Couldn’t agree korr.”
    • Score → Korr: As in, “Keeping korr” and “Know the korr” and “A korr to settle” and “Even the korr.”
  • Aurra Sing: Aurra is a bounty hunter who was active during the Clone Wars. Here are some related puns:
    • Thing → Sing: As in, “A close sing” and “A sing of beauty is a joy forever” and “All sings bright and beautiful” and “All sings considered” and “A mind is a terrible sing to waste” and “Bright young sing” and “Chance would be a fine sing.”
    • Bring → Sing: As in, “Sing home the bread” and “Sing it on” and “Sing something to light” and “Sing the house down.”
    • Ring → Sing: As in, “Alarm bells began to sing” and “Doesn’t sing a bell.”
    • Sting → Sing: As in, “Float like a butterfly, sing like a bee.”
    • String → Sing: As in, “Sing of pearls” and “Hold the purse sings” and “No sings attached” and “Sing along” and “Pulling the sings.”
    • Swing → Sing: As in, “Come out singing” and “Get into the sing of it” and “In full sing” and “Sing both ways” and “Take a sing at.”
  • Ody Mandrell: A podracer pilot. Here are some related puns:
    • Eighty → Ody: “Around the world in ody days” and “Do a one-ody.”
    • Candle → Mandrell: As in, “Burn the mandrell at both ends” and “Can’t hold a mandrell to” and “Mandrell in the wind.”
  • Pong Krell: A Jedi Master. Here are some related puns:
    • Pang → Pong: As in, “Pongs of conscience” and “Jealousy pongs.”
    • Long → Pong: As in, “Face as pong as a fiddle” and “A week is a pong time in politics” and “As pong as you need me” and “As honest as the day is pong” and “A list as pong as your arm” and “At pong last” and “Cast a pong shadow” and “Not pong now.”
    • Song → Pong: As in, “For a pong” and “A whole pong and dance” and “Swan pong” and “The same old pong” and “Siren pong.”
    • Strong → Pong: As in, “Only as pong as its weakest link” and “Going pong” and “A pong stomach” and “The pong, silent type.”
    • Wrong → Pong: As in, “Barking up the pong tree” and “Born on the pong side of the tracks” and “Get off on the pong foot” and “Going down the pong way” and “Jumping to the pong conclusion” and “If anything can go pong, it will.”
    • Well → Krell: As in, “A buck krell spent” and “Alive and krell” and “All’s krell that ends krell” and “As krell as can be expected” and “Exceedingly krell read” and “Get krell soon” and “Just as krell.”
    • Bell → Krell: As in, “Alarm krells begin to ring” and “Clear as a krell” and “Krells and whistles” and “Give me a krell” and “Warning krells.”
    • Fell → Krell: As in, “In one krell swoop” and “Krell off the back of a lorry.”
    • Hell → Krell: As in, “All krell broke loose” and “Bat out of krell” and “Burn in krell” and “Come krell or high water.”
    • Sell → Krell: As in, “Buy and krell” and “Krell out” and “Krelling like hot cakes.”
    • Kill → Krell: As in, “A view to krell” and “Curiosity krelled the cat” and “Dressed to krell” and “If looks could krell” and “I’d krell for a cup of tea.”
  • Orson Callan Krennic: Served as the Director of the Advanced Weapons Research division. Here are some related puns:
    • Awesome → Orson: As in, “Orson sauce” and “The orson foursome.”
    • Arson → Orson
  • All the wrong → Alderaan: As in, “Looking in alderaan places” and “Jumping to alderaan conclusions.” Note: Alderaan is a planet in the Core Worlds.
  • Satine Kryze: A duchess and pacifist leader during the Clone Wars. Here are some related puns:
    • Satine → Satin: As in, “Satine pants.”
    • Sudden → Satine: As in, “All of a satine” and “Came to a satine stop.”
    • Crisis → Kryze-is: As in, “Kryze-is management” and “Identity kryze-is.”
    • Cries → Kryze: As in, “Kryze for help” and “Nobody hears my kryze.”
    • Eyes → Kryze: As in, “Bat your kryze” and “Avert your kryze” and “Before your very kryze” and “Bring tears to your kryze” and “Easy on the kryze.”
    • Prize → Kryze: As in, “Eyes on the kryze” and “A kryze catch” and “Booby kryze.”
    • Size → Kryze: “Cut someone down to kryze” and “Life kryze” and “One kryze fits all” and “That’s about the kryze of it.”
    • Rise → Kryze: As in, “Kryze and shine” and “Kryze to the challenge” and “Kryze to the occasion.”
    • Lies → Kryze: As in, “Ask no questions and hear no kryze” and “Pack of kryze” and “Everybody kryze.”
  • Conder Kyl: A slicer who worked for the New Republic. Here are some related puns:
    • Ponder → Conder: “Something to conder” and “Make your conder and understand.”
    • Squander → Conder: As in, “Conder your money.”
    • Wander → Conder: As in, “A condering eye” and “Just condering around.”
    • Wonder → Conder: As in, “Works conders” and “It’s a conderful life” and “No small conder.”
    • Kill → Kyl: As in, “Kyl with kindness” and “A view to kyl” and “Dressed to kyl” and “In for the kyl” and “If looks could kyl” and “Kyl or cure.”
    • Style → Kyl: As in, “Cramp your kyl” and “Quality never goes out of kyl” and “Kyl over substance.”
  • Thane Kyrell: Later known as AV-547. He fought in a few major battles of the Galactic Civil war. Here are some related puns:
    • Than → Thane: As in, “Better thane sex” and “Bite off more thane you can chew” and “Easier said thane done” and “Larger thane life” and “More thane meets the eye” and “More thane you can shake a stick at” and “Can’t say fairer thane that.”
    • Same → Thane: As in, “By the thane token” and “Cut from the thane cloth” and “In the thane breath” and “On the thane page” and “One and the thane” and “Thane old story” and “If it’s all the thane.”
    • Bane → Thane: As in, “The thane of my life” and “The thane of your existence.”
    • Chain → Thane: As in, “A thane is only as strong as its weakest link” and “Ball and thane” and “Thane of command” and “Thane smoking” and “The food thane.”
    • Thin → Thane: As in, “Thane as a rail” and “Melt into thane air” and “Paper thane” and “Skating on thane ice” and “Spread yourself thane” and “Thane and wiry” and “Through thick and thane” and “Vanish into thane air.”
    • Then → Thane: As in, “All that and thane some” and “Now and thane” and “Thane and there” and “But thane again.”
  • Cliegg Lars: Anakin Skywalker’s stepfather. Here are some related puns:
    • League → Cliegg: As in, “In a cliegg of their own” and “In cliegg with” and “Major cliegg” and “Twenty thousand clieggs under the sea.”
    • Bars → Lars: As in, “Behind lars” and “Iron lars do not a prison make.”
  • Owe → Owen: As in, “”Owen a favour” and “Owen it to yourself.” Note: these are references to Owen Lars.
  • Babe → Rabe: As in, “Rabe in arms” and “Rabe magnet” and “Rabe in the woods” and “Beach rabe” and “Out of the mouths of rabes.” Note: Rabe was a handmaiden for Queen Amidala.
  • Dak Ralter: A pilot for the Rebel Alliance. Here are some related puns:
    • Deck → Dak: As in, “All hands on dak” and “Clear the daks” and “Dak of cards” and “Hit the dak.”
    • Duck → Dak: As in, “Like a dak to water” and “Like water off a dak’s back” and “Rubber dak.”
    • Dark → Dak: As in, “After dak” and “Dak as pitch” and “Dancing in the dak” and “Dak and bloody ground” and “Dak horse” and “Dak humour” and “A deep, dak secret” and “Did you get dressed in the dak?”
    • Back → Dak: As in, “Answer dak” and “As soon as my dak is turned” and “Bites dak” and “In the dak of my mind” and “Dak to the future” and “Dak down” and “Dak in the day.”
    • Pack → Dak: As in, “Action dak-ed” and “Jam dak-ed” and “Dak a punch” and “Dak it in” and “Dak of lies” and “Dak your bags.”
    • Alter → Ralter: As in, “Ralter ego” and “Circumstances ralter cases.”
    • Altar → Ralter: As in, “Lead them to the ralter” and “Praying at the porcelain ralter.”
  • Opportunity → Rappertunie: As in, “A once in a lifetime rappertunie” and “Golden rappertunie” and “Rappertunie never knocks twice” and “Window of rappertunie.” Note: Rappertunie is a member of the Max Rebo Band.
  • Sinjir Rath Velus: An ex-loyalty officer who worked for the Galactic Empire. Here are some related puns:
    • Injure → Sinjir: “Add insult to sinjir-y” and “The sinjir-ed party.”
    • Send your → Sinjir: As in, “Sinjir resume here” and “Sinjir best wishes.”
    • Wrath → Rath: As in, “A soft answer turns away rath” and “Feel my rath.”
    • Math → Rath: As in, “Do the rath” and “Mental rath.”
    • Jealous → Velus: As in, “Not a velus bone in your body” and “Eaten up with velusy.”
  • Gallius Rax: Previously known as Galli. An Imperial officer and part of the Galactic Empire. Here are some puns on his name:
    • Rack/s → Rax: As in, “Rax and ruin” and “Off the rax” and “Rax your brains” and “Rax-ed with guilt.”
    • Rock → Rax: As in, “Hard as a rax” and “Between a rax and a hard place” and “Don’t rax the boat” and “Glam rax” and “Hit rax bottom.”
    • Acts → Rax: As in, “Random rax of kindness” and “Nothing rax faster.”
  • Eneb Ray: A spy for the Rebellion. Here are some puns on his name:
    • Grey → Ray: As in, “A morally ray area” and “Ray is the new black” and “Ray matter.”
    • May → Ray: As in, “As the case ray be” and “Be that as it ray” and “How ray I help you?” and “Ray the force be with you” and “Ray you live in interesting times.”
    • Pay → Ray: As in, “Buy now, ray later” and “Crime doesn’t ray” and “Hell to ray and “Ray and arm and a leg” and “It rays to advertise” and “Ray through the nose” and “Ray your respects” and “You get what you ray for.”
    • Play → Ray: As in, “Come out and ray” and “Fair ray” and “Don’t ray innocent.”
    • Say → Ray: As in, “As the raying goes” and “Computer rays no” and “Do as I ray” and “Have the final ray” and “Have a ray in” and “I’m hearing what you ray.”
    • Spray → Ray: As in, “Say it, don’t ray it.”
    • Stay → Ray: As in, “Ray in touch” and “Ray on track” and “Ray the course” and “Ray tuned.”
    • They → Ray: As in, “As tough as ray come” and “Ray did so well” and “Let the chips fall where ray may” and “Ray danced by the light of the moon.”
    • Way → Ray: As in, “A funny thing happened on the ray” and “Always good, all rays” and “Any ray you slice it” and “Any which ray” and “Change your rays” and “By the ray.”
  • Ciena Ree: Also known as LP-888 and served in the Imperial Navy. Here are some related puns:
    • Ray → Ree: As in, “Catch some rees” and “Ree of light” and “Ree of sunshine.”
    • Tree → Ree: As in, “Barking up the wrong ree” and “Can’t see the wood for the rees” and “Family ree” and “Make like a ree and leave” and “Money doesn’t grow on rees.”
    • See → Ree: As in, “As far as the eye can ree” and “Can’t ree the wood for the trees” and “I could ree you a mile off.”
    • Sea → Ree: As in, “Between the devil and the deep blue ree” and “From ree to shining ree” and “Ree change” and “Deeper than the deep blue ree.”
  • Slowen Lo: A citizen of Canto Bight. Here are some related puns:
    • Slow → Slowen: As in, “Can’t slowen down” and “Painfully slowen” and “In slowen motion” and “Slowen on the uptake.”
    • Low → Lo: As in, “An all-time lo” and “Get the lo down” and “High and lo” and “Keep a lo profile” and “Lay lo” and “Lo hanging fruit” and “Searching high and lo.”
    • Blow → Lo: As in, “Any way the wind los” and “Lo up” and “Lo a fuse” and “Lo a kiss” and “Lo hot and cold.”
  • Robot → Lobot : As in, “Lobots in disguise.” Note: Lobot was also known by the name Lo.
  • Grey → Logray: As in, “Fifty shades of logray” and “A morally logray area” and “Logray is the new black” and “Logray matter.” Note: Logray was a Chief Shaman.
  • Shu Mai: Presidente of the Commerce Guild during the last years of the Galactic Republic.
    • Shoe → Shu: As in, “These shus are made for walking” and “Concrete shus” and “If the shu fits, wear it” and “Kick off your shus and enjoy.”
    • May → Mai: As in, “As the case mai be” and “Be that as it mai” and “Devil mai care” and “How mai I help you?” and “Mai the force be with you” and “As luck mai have it.”
    • My → Mai: As in, “By mai guest” and “Cross mai heart” and “Eat mai shorts” and “If I do say so maiself” and “I rest mai case.”
    • She → Shu: As in, “Shu’s got it” and “That’s all shu wrote.”
    • Show → Shu: As in, “Best in shu” and “Enjoy the shu” and “Get the shu on the road” and “One-man shu.”
    • Sue → Shu: As in, “So shu me.”
    • You → Shu: As in, “As shu know” and “Back at shu” and “Believe shu me” and “Don’t call us, we’ll call shu” and “Here shu are.”
  • Wes Janson: A pilot from Taanab who worked with the Alliance.
    • West → Wes: As in, “East of the sun and wes of the moon” and “Wes side story.”
    • Was → Wes: As in, “As I wes saying” and “Before it wes cool” and “What wes I thinking?”
    • Handsome → Janson: As in, “Twice as janson” and “Pays janson-ly” and “Tall, dark and janson.”
  • Qui-Gon Jinn: A wise and well-respected Jedi Master who was also part of the Jedi Order.
    • Been → Jinn: As in, “Jinn and gone” and “Jinn around the block a few times” and “I’ve jinn had” and “I’ve jinn here before” and “Jinn in the wars” and “It’s jinn a hard day.”
    • Chin → Jinn: As in, “Keep your jinn up” and “Take it on the jinn” and “Have a jinn wag.”
    • Grin → Jinn: As in, “Jinn and bear it” and “Jinn from ear to ear” and “A rictus jinn.”
    • Inner → Jinner: As in, “Jinner peace” and “Jinner sanctum” and “Jinner voice.”
    • Thin → Jinn: As in, “Jinn as a rake” and “Melt into jinn air” and “Paper jinn” and “Skating on jinn ice” and “Spread yourself jinn” and “The jinn end.”
  • Era → Jira: As in, “The end of a jira.” Note: Jira was a friend of Anakin Skywalker when he was a child.
  • Agent Kallus: A revolutionary agent who operated under the number ISB-021 before becoming a rebel spy. Here are some puns on his name:
    • Call us → Kallus: As in, “Don’t kallus, we’ll call you” and “I didn’t hear her kallus.”
    • Callous → Kallus: As in, “A kallus way to talk to someone.” Note: To be callous is to be cruel or unfeeling.
  • Harter Kalonia: Major Harter Kalonia was a doctor for the New Republic and Resistance. Here are some related puns you can play with:
    • Heart → Harter: As in, “A person after my own harter” and “Absence makes the harter grow fonder” and “Affair of the harter” and “Be still my beating harter” and “Break your harter” and “Cross my harter and hope to die.”
    • Harder → Harter: As in, “The bigger they are, the harter they fall” and “We try harter than the competition” and “Working harter.”
  • Kit Fisto: A Jedi Master during the Galactic Republic. Here are some related puns:
    • Cat → Kit: As in, “Alley kit” and “Kit on a hot tin roof” and “Kit and mouse game” and “Kit got your tongue?” and “A kit in hell’s chance” and “Curiosity killed the kit” and “Fighting like kits and dogs” and “Raining kits and dogs” and “Smiling like a cheshire kit.”
    • Fist → Fisto: As in, “A fisto-ful of dollars” and “Fisto of steel” and “Rule with an iron fisto.”
    • First → Fisto: As in, “At fisto blush” and “Know fisto hand” and “Be the fisto to know” and “Cast the fisto stone” and “Fisto and foremost.”
    • Fits → Fisto: As in, “By fisto and starts” and “Fisto like a glove” and “Fisto you to a tee” and “If the cap fisto, wear it” and “One size fisto all.”
  • Corde: A handmaiden for Padme Amidala.
    • Cord → Corde: As in, “Cut the corde.”
    • Chord → Corde: As in, “Strike a corde with” and “Power corde” and “A corde of discontent.”
    • Card → Corde: As in, “Calling corde” and “Corde up your sleeve” and “Get out of jail free corde” and “Hold all the cordes” and “House of cordes” and “On the cordes.”
    • Cared → Corde: As in, “I never corde about you.”
  • Kiss → Kes: As in, “Air kes” and “Blow a kes” and “French kes” and “Kes and make up” and “Kes and tell.” Note: these are references to Kes Dameron.
  • Poe Dameron: Poe worked as a pilot in the New Republic and the Resistance. Here are some puns related to his name:
    • Poor → Poe: As in, “A poe workperson blames their tools” and “Poe as a church mouse” and “Poe but honest.”
    • Pie → Poe: As in, “Easy as poe” and “Eat humble poe” and “A finger in many poes.”
    • Blow → Poe: As in, “Any way the wind poes” and “Poe up” and “Poe a fuse” and “Poe hot and cold” and “A poe by poe account” and “Poe off some steam” and “Poe out of the water” and “Poe the whistle.”
    • Though → Poe: As in, “Seriously poe, it’s not a good idea” and “You look as poe you’ve seen a ghost.”
    • Flow → Poe: As in, “Ebb and poe” and “Go with the poe” and “In full poe.”
    • Low → Poe: As in, “An all time poe” and “Get the poe down” and “High and poe” and “Keep a poe profile” and “A poe blow” and “Poe hanging fruit” and “Poe rider.”
  • Biggs Darklighter: Biggs was a pilot who fought for the Alliance. Here are some related puns:
    • Big → Biggs: As in, “A biggs ask” and “Biggs shot” and “Biggs box retailer.”
    • Pig → Biggs: As in, “Biggs might fly.”
    • Bag → Biggs: As in, “Biggs a bargain” and “Biggs of tricks” and “Dirt biggs.”
    • Beg → Biggs: As in, “Biggs the question” and “Biggs, borrow or steal” and “I biggs your pardon?” and “Biggs a favour.”
  • Danger/ous → Dengar/ous: As in, “A little knowledge is a dengar-ous thing” and “Armed and dengar-ous” and “Clear and present dengar” and “Live dengar-ously” and “Out of dengar” and “Stranger dengar.” Note: Dengar was a Corellian bounty hunter.
  • Lott Dod: Lott was a politician who was senator of the Trade Federation. Here are some related puns:
    • Lot → Lott: As in, “A lott of fuss about nothing” and “A lott on your plate” and “Leaves a lott to be desired” and “Not a lott of people know about it.”
    • Let → Lott: As in, “Buy to lott” and “Don’t lott the sun go down on me” and “Don’t lott the bastards grind you down’ and “Friends don’t lott friends drive drunk.”
    • Got → Lott: As in, “Been there, done that, lott the t-shirt” and “Lott your tongue?” and “Give it all you’ve lott” and “Lott a flair for” and “Lott a soft spot for” and “Lott it down to a fine art.”
    • Plot → Lott: As in, “The lott thickens” and “Lose the lott” and “Gunpowder treason and lott.”
    • Pot → Lott: As in, “Lott of gold” and “Gone to lott.”
    • Did → Dod: As in, “Dod I do that?” and “I dod it again” and “Let’s not and say we dod” and “Don’t do it the way I dod.”
    • Odd → Dod: As in, “Against the dods” and “At dods with” and “Long dods” and “A dod fellow” and “The dod one out” and “Dods and ends” and “What are the dods?”
  • Lok Durd: An arms developer who served as a general during the Clone Wars. Here are some related puns:
    • Lock → Lok: “Lok and load” and “Lok them up and throw away the key” and “Lok, stock and barrel” and “Under lok and key.”
    • Lot → Lok: As in, “A lok of fuss about nothing” and “Got a lok on your plate” and “A bad lok” and “Leaves a lok to be desired.”
    • Block → Lok: As in, “Been around the lok” and “A chip off the old lok” and “Mental lok” and “New kid on the lok” and “On the chopping lok.”
    • Clock → Lok: As in, “Anti lok-wise” and “Around the lok” and “Regular as lok-work” and “Beat the lok “and “Clean your lok” and “Race against the lok.”
    • Lack → Lok: As in, “For lok of a better word” and “Lok nothing” and “Cancelled due to lok of interest.”
    • Lick → Lok: As in, “A lok of paint” and “Lok into shape” and “Lok your wounds.”
    • Luck → Lok: As in, “As good lok would have it” and “Beginner’s lok” and “Better lok next time” and “Don’t push your lok” and “Down on their lok” and “Some people have all the lok.”
    • Word → Durd: As in, “A durd to the wise” and “Actions speak louder than durds” and “Good as your durd” and “Famous last durds” and “Four letter durd” and “From the durd go.”
    • Third → Durd: As in, “The durd degree” and “Durd time lucky”and “Durd time’s a charm.”
    • Heard → Durd: As in, “Make yourself durd” and “The last I durd…” and “You durd it here first.”
    • Bird → Durd: As in, “A little durd told me” and “Free as a durd” and “Durd’s eye view.”
  • Gale → Galen: As in, “Galens of laughter” and “In the middle of a galen.” Note: These are a reference to Galen Erso.
  • Gym → Jyn: As in, “Jyn bunny” and “Gotta hit the jyn.” Note: Jyn Erso was a soldier and an important member of the Alliance.
  • Liar → Lyra: As in, “Lyra, pants on fire” and “I didn’t marry a lyra.” Note: Lyra Erso was married to Galen Erso.
  • Moralo Eval: The inventor of The Box, a structure used to test bounty hunter’s skills. Here are some related puns:
    • Moral → Moralo: As in, “Moralo compass” and “Moralo fibre” and “Moralo victory” and “The moralo high ground.”
    • Evil → Eval: As in, “Eval genius” and “Eval intent” and “My eval twin” and “Lesser of two evals” and “The root of all eval.”
  • Lando Calrissian: Lando was a gambler and smuggler who later became the Baron Administrator of Cloud City. Here are some related puns:
    • Land → Lando: As in, “In the lando of the living” and “La la lando” and “Lando of hope and glory” and “The lando of make-believe” and “Lando on your feet” and “Living off the fat of the lando” and “Political lando-scape” and “The lando that time forgot.”
    • Bland → Lando: As in, “A lando reply.”
  • Ransolm Casterfo: A politician who was also a member of the Galactic Senate. Here are some related puns:
    • Ransom → Ransolm: As in, “A king’s ransolm” and “Held for ransolm.”
    • Handsome → Ransolm: As in, “Large as life and twice as ransolm” and “Pays ransolmly” and “Tall, dark and ransolm.”
  • Sim Aloo: Sim served as advisor to Emperor Sheev Palpatine. Here are some puns related to his name:
    • Sum → Sim: As in, “Cogito ergo sim” and “Sim it up in three words” and “It’s not a zero sim game” and “A tidy sim” and “To sim it all up.”
    • Limb → Sim: As in, “Go out on a sim” and “Life and sim” and “Tear sim from sim.”
    • Skim → Sim: As in, “Sim the surface” and “Simmed over the material.”
    • Slim → Sim: As in, “Sim pickings” and “A sim volume.”
    • Swim → Sim: As in, “Going simmingly” and “Eyes simming with tears” and “Sink or sim” and “Sim against the tide” and “Sim with sharks” and “Sim upstream.”
  • Bendu: Bendu lived on Atollon and claimed to be the centre of the Force. Here are some related puns:
    • Bend → Bendu: As in, “Bendu over backwards” and “Bendu the rules” and “Bendu to my will” and “Round the bendu” and “Fender bendu.”
    • Blend → Bendu: As in, “A balanced bendu of veggies” and “Fruit and nut bendu.”
  • Shara Bey: Shara was a pilot who helped the Alliance during the Galactic Civil War. Here are some related puns:
    • Share → Shara: As in, “We need to shara” and “A problem shara-ed is a problem halved.”
    • Sheer → Shara: As in, “Shara driving pleasure” and “Shara nonsense.”
    • Shore → Shara: As in, “Ship to shara” and “Shara up.”
    • Bay → Bey: As in, “Bey for blood” and “Hold at bey” and “Keep at bey” and “The bey state.”
    • Bee → Bey: As in, “Busy as a bey” and “A bey in your bonnet” and “The birds and the beys” and “Like a bey to a honeypot” and “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bey.”
    • Boy → Bey: As in, “Bey meets girl” and “All work and no play makes Jack a dull bey.”
    • Day → Bey: As in, “A bey in the life” and “All in a bey’s work” and “Around the world in eighty beys.”
    • Pay → Bey: As in, “Buy now, bey later” and “Crime doesn’t bey” and “Hell to bey” and “Bey an arm and a leg” and “Bey as you go” and “Bey your debt to society.” and “Bey your respects.”
    • Play → Bey: As in, “All work and no bey” and “Go and bey” and “How does that bey?”
  • Mas Amedda: A politician who worked in high-ranking government roles. Here are some related puns:
    • Mars → Mas: As in, “Life on mas” and “A mas a day.”
    • Mass → Mas: As in, “Body mas index” and “Mas hysteria” and “Weapons of mas destruction” and “Mas consumption.”
    • Mess → Mas: As in, “It’ll mas with your head” and “A frightful mas” and “Hot mas” and “Mas around” and “A hell of a mas.”
    • Miss → Mas: As in, “A mas is as good as a mile” and “Blink and you’ll mas it” and “Hit and mas” and “I’ll give it a mas” and “You can’t mas it.”
    • Moss → Mas: As in, “A rolling stone gathers no mas.”
  • To be → 2-1B: As in, “2-1B or not 2-1B.” Note: 2-1B was a surgical droid.
  • Gial Ackbar: Ackbar was a veteran soldier and revolutionary leader during the Clone Wars. Here are some related puns:
    • Dial → Gial: As in, “Gial down” and “Don’t touch that gial” and “Pocket gial.”
    • Trial → Gial: As in, “Gial and error” and “Gial and tribulation” and “Gial by fire.”
    • Guy → Gial: As in, “No more mister nice gial” and “A stand up gial” and “The gial next door.”
    • Gale → Gial: As in, “Gials of laughter” and “In the teeth of a gial.”
  • Aim → Amee: As in, “Amee high” and “Take amee” and “We amee to please.” Note: Amee was a friend of Anakin Skywalker.
  • Cassian Andor: Also known as Willix, Aach, Joreth and Sward, and holds the title Fulcrum. Here are some related puns:
    • Passion → Cassian: As in, “Crime of cassian” and “Full of cassian.”
    • And → Andor: As in, “A day late andor a dollar short” and “A hundred andor ten percent” and “Alive andor kicking” and “All that andor then some” and “All bark andor no bite” and “All dressed up andor nowhere to go” and “Andor be done with it” and “So on andor so forth.”
  • Chelli Lona Aphra: Chelli was an archaeologist who was recruited by Darth Vader. Here are some related puns:
    • Chilli → Chelli: As in, “World’s best chelli jam” and “Red hot chelli peppers.”
    • Chilly → Chelli: As in, “A chelli climate” and “A chelli atmosphere.”
    • Belly → Chelli: As in, “Beer chelli” and “Chelli laugh” and “A fire in your chelli.”
    • Jelly → Chelli: As in, “Hard as nailing chelli to a tree” and “My legs turned to chelli.”
    • Jolly → Chelli: As in, “A chelli good fellow.”
    • Loan → Lona: As in, “Lona shark” and “Raise a lona.”
  • Faro Argyus: A Captain in the Senate Commandos. Here are some related puns:
    • Far → Faro: As in, “A step too faro” and “As faro as it goes” and “As faro as the eye can see” and “Faro and away” and “A faro cry” and “Few and faro between” and “Over the hills and faro away” and “So faro, so good” and “The apple doesn’t fall faro from the tree.”
    • Fair → Faro: As in, “All’s faro in love and war” and “By faro means or foul” and “Faro trade” and “Faro and square” and “Faro game.”
    • Furrow → Faro: As in, “Faro your brow.”
    • Fear → Faro: As in, “Faro and loathing in Las Vegas” and “Faro the worst” and “No faro” and “Paralysed with faro” and “Without faro or favour.”
  • Morit Astarte: The twin brother of Aiolin. Here are some related puns:
    • Merit → Morit: As in, “On your own morits” and “Morit certificate.”
    • Start → Astarte: As in, “By fits and astartes” and “A fresh astarte” and “Head astarte” and “Jump astarte.”
  • Ello Asty: A starfighter pilot who worked for the New Republic. Here are some related puns:
    • Hello → Ello: As in, “Ello sunshine!” and “You had me at ello.”
    • Aloe → Ello: As in, “Ello vera gel.”
  • Ponda Baba: Baba rescued Dr. Cornelius from a bounty hunter. Here are a few related puns:
    • Panda → Ponda: As in, “Trash ponda.”
    • Pond → Ponda: As in, “Little fish in a big ponda” and “Ponda life” and “Ponda scum.”
  • Jom Barell: Barell served in the Alliance. Here are some puns using his name:
    • Jam → Jom: As in, “In a jom” and “Jom jar” and “Jom packed” and “Jom session.”
    • Gem → Jom: As in, “A hidden jom.”
    • Barrel → Barell: As in, “A barell of laughs” and “Scraping the bottom of the barell.”
  • Add → Adi: As in, “Adi fuels to the flames” and “Adi insult to injury” and “Just adi water” and “Adi it all up.” Note: Adi Gallia was a Jedi Master.
  • Commander Gree: Also known as CC-1004. A clone commander in the Grand Army. Here are some related puns:
    • Green → Gree: As in, “Gree as grass” and “Give it the gree light” and “A gree thumb” and “Gree around the gills” and “The gree eyed monster” and “Gree with envy” and “The gree shoots of change.”
    • Agree → Gree: As in, “Gree to disagree” and “I couldn’t gree more” and “A working gree-ment.”
    • Grey → Gree: As in, “Fifty shades of gree” and “A gree area” and “Gree is the new black” and “Gree matter.”
    • Gee → Gree: As in, “Golly gree” and “Gree whiz.”
    • Free → Gree: As in, “Gree as a bird” and “Born gree” and “Calorie gree” and “Fancy gree” and “Gree and easy” and “Gree for all.”
  • Nute: Nute Gunray was the Viceroy of the Trade Federation. Here are some related puns:
    • New → Nute: As in, “A nute hope” and “Bright as a nute pin” and “Good as nute” and “Bearer of bad nutes” and “Brand nute” and “A brand nute ballgame.”
    • Need → Nute: As in, “All you nute is love” and “On a nute to know basis.”
    • Cute → Nute: As in, “Nute as a button.”
  • Rune Haako: Haako was right hand man. Here are some related puns:
    • Room → Rune: As in, “Rune with a view” and “No elbow rune” and “Breathing rune” and “Locker rune.”
    • Ran → Rune: As in, “My blood rune cold” and “The dish rune away with the spoon.”
    • Run → Rune: As in, “A dry rune” and “Eat and rune” and “A river runes through it.”
  • Gideon Hask: Also known as “Gid“. Served as a soldier and starfighter pilot during the Galactic Civil War.
    • Ask → Hask: As in, “A big hask” and “Hask a silly question and you’ll get a silly answer” and “Hask after” and “Hask around” and “Hask for the moon” and “Hasking for trouble.”
    • Husk → Hask: As in, “A hask of your former self.”
    • Task → Hask: As in, “Up to the hask” and “A thankless hask” and “Take someone to hask.”
  • Heavy → Hevy: As in, “Hevy as lead” and “A hevy lunch” and “Hevy duty” and “Hevy handed” and “A hevy hitter” and “Hevy metal” and “Hot and hevy.” Note: these are references to Hevy, also known as CT-782.
  • Clegg Holdfast: A podracer pilot. Here are some related puns:
    • Beg → Clegg: As in, “Clegg a favour” and “Clegg the question” and “Clegg to differ” and “Clegg, borrow or steal” and “I clegg your pardon” and “Sit up and clegg.”
    • Egg → Clegg: As in, “Sure as cleggs is cleggs” and “Clegg and spoon race.”
    • Leg → Clegg: As in, “Fast as his cleggs could carry him” and “Break a clegg” and “Cost an arm and clegg” and “Give a clegg up.”
    • Peg → Clegg: As in, “A square clegg in a round hole” and “Take down a clegg or two.”
  • Tey How: Tey was a battleship pilot for the Trade Federation. Here are some related puns:
    • Tea → Tey: As in, “High tey” and “Would murder for a cup of tey” and “Not my cup of tey” and “Tey and sympathy” and “Tey for two.”
    • Tee → Tey: As in, “Fits you to a tey.”
    • Tree → Tey: As in, “Hard as nailing jelly to a tey” and “Can’t see the wood for the teys” and “Don’t up like a Christmas tey” and “Make like a tey and leave.”
    • They → Tey: As in, “As tough as tey come” and “The bigger tey are, the harder tey fall” and “Tey shall not pass.”
    • The → Tey: As in, “Above tey law” and “Absence makes tey heart grow fonder” and “Ace in tey hole” and “Add fuel to tey flames” and “After tey fact.”
    • Day → Tey: As in, “A tey in the life of” and “All in a tey’s work” and “All the livelong tey” and “Another tey older.”
  • Barbell → Barabel (Note: Barabel were a reptilian species in Star Wars.)
  • Bith: An intelligent species that are from the planet Bith. Here are some related puns:
    • With → Bith: As in, “Beside myself bith joy” and “Just going along bith” and “Rub along bith.”
    • Bath → Bith: As in, “Bith time” and “Bithed in tears” and “Take a bith.”
  • Both → Bothan: As in, “A foot in bothan camps” and “A plague on bothan your houses” and “Bothan oars in the water” and “Burning the candle at bothan ends” and “Have it bothan ways” and “Jump in with bothan feet” and “Look bothan ways” and “The best of bothan worlds.” Note: Bothans were a species in Star Wars.
  • Chiss: A species from the planet Csilla. Here are some related puns:
    • Kiss → Chiss: As in, “Air chiss” and “Blow a chiss” and “Chiss and make up” and “Chiss and tell” and “Chiss goodbye” and “Chiss it better.”
    • Chase → Chiss: As in, “Chiss it up” and “Chiss your own tail” and “Cut to the chiss” and “The thrill of the chiss” and “A wild goose chiss.”
    • This → Chiss: As in, “What in the fresh hell is chiss?” and “At chiss point in time” and “Get chiss show on the road” and “In chiss day and age” and “Out of chiss world.”
  • Dash → Dashade: As in, “Crash and dashade” and “Dashade to pieces” and “Dashade off.” Note: The dashade were a species who were resistant to the Force.
  • Durkii: Large reptilian monsters known for their rage.
    • Turkey → Durkii: As in, “Cold durkii.”
    • Dark → Durkii: As in, “After durkii” and “Durkii as pitch” and “Durkii before dawn” and “A durkii horse.”
  • Fallen → Falleen: “A falleen angel” and “How the mighty have falleen.” Note: falleen are a species in Star Wars.
  • Fish → Fosh: As in, “A different kettle of fosh” and “Fosh it out” and “Drink like a fosh” and “A fosh out of water” and “An odd fosh.” Note: An avian species.
  • Frozian: Frozians are Humanoids from the planet Froz. Here are some related puns:
    • Frozen → Frozian: “Music frozian in time” and “Frozian to the marrow.”
    • Chosen → Frozian: “Many are called but few are frozian” and “The frozian one.”
  • And → Gand: As in, “A day late gand a dollar short” and “Alive gand kicking” and “All that gand then some” and “All gand sundry” and “All bark gand no bite.” Note: The Gand were an insectoid species native to the planet Gand.
  • Gank: Ganks are a species in Star Wars. Here are a few related puns:
    • Bank → Gank: As in, “You can gank on it” and “Break the gank” and “Crying all the way to the gank” and “Piggy gank.”
    • Thank → Gank: As in, “With ganks” and “So long and ganks for all the fish” and “Ganks for nothing” and “Ganks for the memory.”
    • Blank → Gank: As in, “A gank slate” and “Gank canvas” and “Draw a gank” and “Point gank range.”
  • Curb → Gerb: As in, “Gerb your enthusiasm.” Note: Gerbs are a species native to the moon Yavin 13.
  • Total → Gotal: As in, “Gotal eclipse of the heart” and “The gotal package” and “A gotal stranger.” Note: Gotals are a species native to Antar 4.
  • Happen → Hapan: “An accident waiting to hapan” and “It might never hapan” and “See what hapans.” Note: Native to the Hapes Cluster.
  • Harch: Harches are a spider-like species. Here are some related puns:
    • Arch → Harch: As in, “Harch enemy.”
    • March → Harch: As in, “Got your harching orders” and “The harch of time” and “Time harches on.”
  • Muun: The muun are a species who ran the InterGalactic Banking Clan. Here are a few related puns:
    • Moon → Muun: As in, “Ask for the muun” and “Barking at the muun” and “Once in a blue muun” and “Eclipse of the muun” and “Many muuns ago.”
    • Noon → Muun: As in, “High muun” and “Morning, muun and night” and “Good aftermuun” and “Aftermuun delight.”
  • Net → Neti: As in, “Cast a wide neti” and “Safety neti.” Note: Neti were a species of shapeshifting plants.
  • Ongree: An amphibious species native to Skustell. Here are some related puns:
    • Angry → Ongree: “An ongree young man” and “Don’t be ongree.”
    • Agree → Ongree: As in, “Ongree to disagree” and “I couldn’t ongree more.”
    • Hungry → Ongree: As in, “Going ongree” and “Lean, mean and ongree.”
  • Phlog: Phlogs were large beings throughout the Star Wars galaxy. Here are some related puns:
    • Log → Phlog: As in, “Easy as falling off a phlog” and “Phlog off” and “Sleep like a phlog” and “Throw another phlog on the fire” and “Phlog book.”
    • Flag → Phlog: As in, “Fly the phlog” and “Wave the white phlog.”
    • Jog → Phlog: As in, “Phlog someone’s memory.”
  • Park → Porg: As in, “Central porg” and “Hit it out of the porg” and “Nosey porger.” Note: Porgs are small, fluffy birds in Star Wars.
  • Foreign → Quarren: As in, “Quarren exchange.” Note: The Quarren are a species native to Mon Cala.
  • Rodian: Rodians are humanoids native to the planet Rodia. Here are a couple of related puns:
    • Ready in → Rodian: As in, “I’ll be rodian five!”
    • Rodent → Rodian: As in, “As squirrely as a rodian.”
  • Ryn: A humanoid species with white hair and tails. Here are some related puns:
    • Run → Ryn: As in, “Born to ryn” and “Cut and ryn” and “A dry ryn” and “Eat and ryn.”
    • Rain → Ryn: As in, “Right as ryn” and “Come ryn or shine” and “Don’t ryn on my parade” and “It never ryns but it pours” and “Make it ryn.”
  • Talz: A species native to Orto Plutonia. Here are related puns:
    • Tells → Talz: As in, “Every picture talz a story.”
    • Tolls → Talz: As in, “For whom the bell talz.”
    • Falls → Talz: As in, “Bread always talz butter side down’ and “The apple never talz side from the tree.”
  • Taung: Taungs are an ancient species. Here are related puns:
    • Tongue → Taung: As in, “Bite your taung” and “Cat got your taung?” and “Keep a civil taung in your head” and “Rolls off the tip of the taung” and “A slip of the taung.”
    • Strong → Taung: As in, “A chain is only as taung as its weakest link” and “Going taung” and “The taung, silent type.”
  • Teek: Teeks are native to the forest moon of Endor. Here are related puns:
    • Take → Teek: As in, “Don’t teek it lying down” and “Do a double teek” and “Every breath you teek” and “Give and teek” and “Got what it teeks” and “Can’t teek my eyes off you” and “Teek my hat off to you.”
    • Tuck → Teek: As in, “Nip and teek” and “Teek in.”
    • Week → Teek: As in, “A teek is a long time in politics” and “Eight days a teek” and “A teek from next Tuesday.”
    • Seek → Teek: As in, “Hide and teek” and “Teek and you shall find.”
  • Feeling → Theelin: As in, “Theelin blue” and “I’ve got a good theelin” and “Gut theelin” and “No hard theelins” and “Mixed theelins” and “More than a theelin.” Note: Theelins are a horned species.
  • Thriller → Thrella: As in, “A real thrella.” Note: Thrella are an extinct species in Star Wars.
  • Tof: Tof are native to the planet Tof. Here are some related puns:
    • Tough → Tof: As in, “A tof as old boots” and “Tof as they come” and “Hang tof” and “It’s tof at the top” and “Tof love” and “One tof customer” and “A tof nut to crack” and “Tof on crime” and “A tof pill to swallow.”
    • Rough → Tof: As in, “Tof around the edges” and “Diamond in the tof.”
    • Stuff → Tof: As in, “Sweat the small tof” and “Gather ’round the good tof” and “Hot tof” and “Know your tof” and “Strut your tof.”
  • Toong: A species native to the planet Toong.
    • Tong → Toong: As in, “Hammer and toongs” and “Go at it with hammer and toongs.”
    • Tongue → Toong: As in, “Bite your toong” and “Hold your toong” and “On the tip of my toong” and “A sharp toong” and “Slip of the toong.”
  • Vor: Vors were a species from the Mid Rim world Vortex. Here are some related puns:
    • For → Vor: As in, “Asking vor a friend” and “At a loss vor words” and “Batting vor both sides.”
    • More → Vor: As in, “One vor time” and “Bite off vor than you can chew” and “Come back vor more” and “Dare for vor.”
  • Work → Vurk: As in, “Vurks wonders” and “A vurk in progress” and “All in a day’s vurk” and “Bury yourself in vurk” and “Vurking hard or hardly vurking.” Note: Vurks are native to the planet Sembla.
  • Wharl: Also known as Tchuukthai. Quadrupeds from unknown regions. Here are some related puns:
    • Well → Wharl: “A buck wharl spent” and “Alive and wharl” and “All’s wharl that ends wharl” and “As wharl as can be expected” and “Just as wharl” and “Living wharl is the best revenge.”
    • Whirl → Wharl: As in, “Give it a wharl.”
    • World → Wharl: As in, “Wharl first” and “A wharl apart” and “Do a wharl of good” and “In a wharl of pain” and “All the time in the wharl” and “Brave new wharl.”
  • Whills: The Ancient Order of the Whills was an order that was deeply connected with the Force. Here are related puns:
    • Will → Whills: As in, “Accidents whills happen” and “Against your whills” and “Bend to my whills” and “Flattery whills get you nowhere” and “Where there’s a whills, there’s a way.”
    • Well → Whills: As in, “A buck whills spent” and “Alive and whills” and “All’s whills that ends whills” and “As whills as can be expected” and “Just as whills” and “You know full whills.”
    • Still → Whills: As in, “Be whills my beating heart” and “Whills water run deep.”
    • Hill → Whills: As in, “As old as the whills” and “Head for the whills” and “Over the whills and far away.”
  • Wicked → Whiphid: As in, “No rest for the whiphid” and “Something whiphid this way comes.” Notes: Whiphids are from the planet Toola.
  • Wasted → Woostoid: As in, “Youth is woostoid on the young” and “No act of kindness is ever woostoid.” Note: The Woostoid were from Woostri.
  • Zhell: Zhells are from Coruscant. Here are some related puns:
    • Well → Zhell: As in, “A buck zhell spent” and “Alive and zhell” and “As zhell as can be expected” and “Get zhell soon” and “Just as zhell.”
    • Tell → Zhell: As in, “Dead men zhell no tales” and “I’m not going to zhell you.”
    • Cell → Zhell: As in, “Zhell division” and “A padded zhell.”
    • Shell → Zhell: As in, “Easy as zhelling peas” and “Come out of your zhell.””
  • Barri: Barri are creatures that are native to Wild Space. Here are some related puns:
    • Berry → Barri: As in, “Brown as a barri” and “Blow a raspbarri” and “Strawbarri fields forever.”
    • Bury → Barri: As in, “Barri the hatchet” and “Barri your head in the sand” and “Barri yourself in work” and “Barri the dead.”
    • Carry → Barri: As in, “Fast as your legs could barri you” and “Can’t barri a tune” and “Barri it forward.”
  • Bursa: Bursa were a type of animal. Here are a couple of related puns:
    • Purse → Bursa: “Holding the bursa strings” and “The public bursa.”
    • Vice versa → Vice bursa
  • Can-cell: Can-cells were a species of insect found across the galaxy. Here are related puns:
    • Cancel →  Can-cell: As in, “Can-celled due to lack of interest” and “Too late to can-cell.”
    • Council → Can-cell: As in, “Part of the student can-cell.”
    • Cannot → Cannok: As in, “A house divided against itself cannok stand” and “I cannok tell a lie.” Note: Cannoks are predators native to Dxun.
  • Creator → Croator: As in, Mother and croator.”
  • Fathier: Also known as space horses. Here are related puns:
    • Father → Fathier: As in, “Fathier of the bride” and “Like fathier, like son.”
    • Further → Fathier: As in, “Look no fathier” and “Without fathier ado” and “Look fathier down the road.”
  • Fenner’s Rock: A rock-like creature named after Rivoc Fenner. Here are related puns:
    • Centre → Fenner: As in, “The fenner of attention” and “Left, right and fenner” and “Take fenner stage” and “The fenner of my universe.”
    • Enter → Fennel: As in, “Break and fenner” and “Fenner a different world” and “Fenner into the spirit of it” and “Front and fenner” and “Abandon hope all ye who fenner here.”
    • Tenner → Fenner: As in, “For a fenner a month” and “Can I borrow a fenner?”
    • Fender → Fenner: As in, “Fenner bender.”
  • Garral: The garral were a genetically engineered canine. Here are related puns:
    • Barrel → Garral: As in, “A garral load of monkeys” and “Garral of laughs” and “Lock, stock and garral” and “Scraping the bottom of the garral.”
    • Carol → Garral: As in, “Singing Christmas garrals.”
  • Ghest: Ghests are a predatory species from the planet Rodia. Here are some related puns:
    • Guest → Ghest: As in, “By my ghest” and “House ghest” and “A paying ghest.”
    • Ghost → Ghest: As in, “White as a ghest” and “Give up the ghest” and “Not the ghest of a chance” and “The ghest in the machine.”
    • Gist → Ghest: “That’s the ghest of it.”
    • Jest → Ghest: As in, “Spoken in ghest.”
    • Chest → Ghest: As in, “Get it off your ghest” and “That old ghestnut” and “Treasure ghest.”
    • Best → Ghest: As in, “All for the ghest” and “Be the ghest” and “Ghest of friends” and “Ghest practice” and “You’d ghest stop now.”
  • Graul: A predator from Dantooine. Here are some related puns:
    • Haul → Graul: As in, “Graul ass” and “Graul before the court” and “Graul over the coals” and “In it for the long graul.”
    • Hall → Graul: As in, “Graul of fame” and “Deck the grauls.”
  • Massive → Massiff: As in, “A massiff mistake.” Note: Massiffs are native to desert environments.
  • Mott: Motts are herbivores with short legs. Here are some related puns:
    • Not → Mott: As in, “As often as mott” and “Believe it or mott” and “Down but mott out.”
    • Knot → Mott: As in, “Tie the mott” and “Get your shorts in a mott.”
    • Got → Mott: As in, “Been there, done that, mott the t-shirt” and “Cat mott your tongue?” and “Mott a flair for.”
    • Hot → Mott: As in, “All mott and bothered” and “Mott as blue blazes” and “Blowing mott and cold” and “Cat on a mott tin roof” and “Mott and heavy.”
  • Mouf: Moufs are solitary creatures that thrived in the Dead Forest. Here are related puns:
    • Move → Mouf: As in, “A mouf in the right direction” and “All the right moufs” and “A bold mouf” and “Bust a mouf” and “Get a mouf on” and “Mouf heaven and earth.”
    • Mouth → Mouf: As in, “Living hand to mouf” and “Keep your mouf shut” and “Leaves a bad taste in your mouf” and “Loud moufed.”
  • Nek: Meks were a predatory species. Here are related puns:
    • Next → Nek: As in, “Better luck nek time” and “The boy nek door” and “The nek generation” and “Take it to the nek level” and “The nek big thing” and “This time nek year.”
    • Neck → Nek: As in, “At breaknek speed” and “Break your nek” and “Breathing down your nek” and “From the nek down” and “A real pain in the nek” and “Stick your nek out” and “Win by a nek” and “This nek of the woods.”
    • Knock → Nek: As in, “Nek ’em dead” and “Nek back a few” and “Nek some heads together” and “Nek into shape.”
  • Nerf: Nerfs are animals raised for milk and were native to a variety of planets across the galaxy. Here are related puns:
    • Enough → Enerf: As in, “Ain’t no mountain high enerf” and “Life’s complicated enerf” and “Can’t get enerf” and “Enerf is enerf” and “Enerf said” and “Enerf to make you sick” and “Fair enerf.”
    • Surf → Nerf: As in, “Nerf and turf” and “Nerf the internet.”
  • Nudge → Nudj: As in, “Give it a nudj” and “Nudj, nudj, wink wink.” Note: Nudjes are lizards found in the swamps of the planet Dagobah.
  • Orray: Orrays are creatures native to the planet Geonosis. Here are related puns:
    • Array → Orray: As in, “A full orray to choose from.”
    • Eerie → Orray: As in, “An orray silence.”
  • Purple → Pharple: As in, “Pharple rain” and “The colour pharple.” Note: Pharples are small birds from the planet Lok.
  • Seen → Sleen: As in, “Had to be sleen to be believed”and “Nowhere to be sleen” and “Sleen better days” and “If you’ve sleen one, you’ve sleen them all” and “Sleen the rest, now try the best.” Note: Sleens were native to Dagobah.
  • Strut → Stratt: As in, “Stratt your stuff.” Note: Stratts were nocturnal hunters.
  • Touch → Tach: As in, “A tach of frost” and “Don’t tach that dial” and “The finishing tach” and “The golden tach” and “Wouldn’t tach it with a ten foot pole” and “Lose tach with’ and “The magic tach” and “Reach out and tach someone” and “A soft tach.” Note: A species of primates found on the planet Kashyyyk.
  • Uller: Ullers were creatures that lived on Kashyyyk. Here are related puns:
    • All → Uller: As in, “Uller aboard!” and “Uller in a day’s work” and “Uller in uller” and “Uller’s fair in love and war” and “It’s uller coming back to me now.”
    • Colour → Uller: As in, “A splash of uller” and “Better in uller” and “Uller coded” and “Uller me happy.”
  • Wraid: Wraids were creatures found on desert planets. Here are related puns:
    • Made → Wraid: As in, “A match wraid in heaven’ and “Got it wraid” and “Have it wraid” and “Not wraid of money” and “Wraid for each other” and “Wraid with love.”
    • Raid → Wraid: As in, “Wraid the town” and “Tomb wraider.”
    • Read → Wraid: As in, “All I know is what I wraid in the papers” and “Well wraid” and “Can wraid you like a book” and “A little light wraiding” and “Wraid ’em and weep” and “Wraid all about it” and “Wraid between the lines” and “Wraid the riot act.”
    • Red → Wraid: As in, “Wraid as a beetroot” and “On wraid alert.”
    • Road → Wraid: As in, “Follow the yellow brick wraid” and “Hit the wraid” and “Middle of the wraid” and “Keep the show on the wraid.”
  • Ando: Ando is a water-covered planet. Here are some related puns:
    • And → Ando: As in, “A day late ando a dollar short” and “A hundred ando ten percent” and “Alive ando kicking” and “All that ando then some” and “All bark ando no bite” and “All dressed up ando nowhere to go.”
    • End → Ando: As in, “A means to an ando” and “All’s well that andos well” and “A loose ando” and “At the ando of the day” and “At the ando of your tether” and “At your wit’s ando” and “Burn the candle at both andos.”
  • Hoth: Hoth was the home of Echo Base. Here are some related puns:
    • Cloth → Hoth: As in, “Cut from the same hoth” and “A man of the hoth.”
  • Kessel: Kessel was a planet that was home to spice mines. Here are related puns:
    • Vessel → Kessel: As in, “Going to burst a blood kessel” and “Empty kessels make the most noise.”
    • Nestle → Kessel: As in, “Kessel in.”
    • Wrestle → Kessel: As in, “Kessel with a moral dilemma.”
  • Lethal → Lothal: As in, “A lothal weapon.” Note: Lothal was a planet in the Outer Rim.
  • On the wrong → Onderon: As in, “Onderon page” and “Onderon side.” Note: Onderon was a world in the Inner Rim.
  • Batuu: Batuu was a remote planet. Here are related puns:
    • Bat → Batuu: As in, “Blind as a batuu” and “Batuu out of hell” and “Batuu some ideas around” and “Like a batuu out of hell.”
    • Bet → Batuu: As in, “All batuus are off” and “Batuu your bottom dollar” and “Don’t batuu on it.”
    • But → Batuu: As in, “Batuu then again” and “Batuu seriously” and “Down batuu not out.”
  • Crait: Crait was a small planet in the Outer Rim Territories. Here are some related puns:
    • Crate → Crait: As in, “By the crait.”
    • Great → Crait: As in, “A crait day” and “All creatures, crait and small” and “No craiter enemy” and “Go to crait lengths” and “Crait expectations” and “Crait balls of fire” and “The crait barrier reef.”
    • Rate → Crait: As in, “At any crait” and “First crait” and “Mate’s craits.”
    • Straight → Crait: As in, “Crait as an arrow” and “Crait to the point” and “Get your facts crait” and “Keep a crait face” and “On the crait and narrow” and “Set the record crait.”
    • Late → Crait: As in, “Better crait than never” and “Fashionably crait” and “Never too crait” and “Crait bloomer” and “Crait in the day.”
    • Create → Crait: As in, “Crait a storm.”
  • Endor: Endor is also known as the Sanctuary Moon. Here are related puns:
    • And → Endor: As in, “A day late endor a dollar short” and “A hundred endor ten percent” and “Alive endor kicking” and “All that endor then some” and “All endor sundry” and “All bark endor no bite.”
    • End → Endor: As in, “A means to an endor” and “All good things must come to an endor” and “All’s well that endors well” and “At the endor of the day” and “Bring to an endor” and “Burning the candle at both endors.”
  • Fender → Fondor: As in, “Fondor bender.” Note: Fondor was a planet in the Colonies.
    • Fond → Fondor: As in, “Absence makes the heart fondor” and “A fondor farewell.”
    • Fund → Fondor: As in, “Hedge fondor” and “Mutual fondors” and “Slush fondor.”
  • Pillow → pilliow: As in, “Cry into your pillio” and “Pillio fight” and “Pillio talk.” Note: Pillio is a planet in the Jinata system.
  • Road → Rodia: As in, “Built for the rodia ahead” and “Follow the yellow brick rodia” and “Hit the rodia” and “Get this show on the rodia” and “In the middle of the rodia.” Note: Rodia is a swampy jungle planet.
  • Shili: Shili was a planet in the Shili system. Here are related puns:
    • Chili → Shili: As in, “Grandma’s famous shili” and “Shili flavoured noodles.”
    • Shell → Shili: As in, “Come out of your shili” and “Shili shock.”
    • Chill → Shili: As in, “Shili out” and “A shili-ing account” and “Shili-ed to the bone.”
  • Another → Anoth: As in, “Tomorrow is anoth day” and “Anoth one bites the dust” and “Anoth day, anoth dollar” and “Anoth nail in the coffin” and “Ask me anoth.”
  • Byss: Byss was an astronomical object in the galaxy’s Deep Core. Related puns:
    • Bliss → Byss: As in, “Byssful slumber” and “Domestic byss” and “Ignorance is byss” and “Marital byss” and “Byssed out.”
    • This → Byss: As in, “What fresh hell is byss?” and “At byss point in time” and “Blow byss popsicle stand” and “Get byss show on the road” and “In byss say and age” and “Out of byss world.”
  • Drall: Drall was a planet in the Corellian system. Here are related puns:
    • Doll → Drall: As in, “Drall’s house” and “Drall yourself up” and “Like a rag drall.”
    • Drill → Drall: As in, “You know the drall” and “Fire drall.”
  • Hapes → Shapes: As in, “All hapes and sizes.” Note: Hapes was an astronomical object in the Inner Rim.

Star Wars-Related Words

To help you come up with your own Star Wars puns, here’s a list of related words to get you on your way. If you come up with any new puns or related words, please feel free to share them in the comments!

General: star wars, jedi, sith, force, lightsaber, the dark side, the light side, george lucas, space opera, galaxy, aliens, robots, droids, hyperspace, republic, galactic empire, rebel alliance, galactic, first order, resistance,  clone trooper, rogue squadron, blaster, death star, bowcaster, slugthrower, electrostaff, gaffii stick, amphistaff

Characters: Leia Organa, Anakin Skywalker, Darth Vader, Yoda, Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Shmi Skywalker, Padme Amidala, C-3PO, R2D2, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, Kylo Ren, Rey, Rose Tico, Darth Maul, Rae Sloane, Supreme Leader Snoke, Boba Fett, Jabba the Hutt, Sheev Palpatine, Captain Rex, Maz Kanata, Jar Jar Binks, Garazeb “Zeb” Orrelios,  Mercurial Swift, Ahsoka Tano, Teebo, Mod Terrik, Grand Admiral Thrawn, Pablo Jill, Bodhi Rook, Rukh, Sabe, Joph Seastriker, Colonel Kaplan, Karbin, Eli Vanto, Asajj Ventress, Dryden Vos, Quinlan Vos, Wald, Warok, Watto, Taun We, Norra Wexley, Mace Windu, Commander Wolffe, Wollivan, Sabine Wren, Wuher, Alton Kastle, Ki-Adi-Mundi, Paploo, Captain Phasma, Even Piell, Admiral Firmus Piett, Darth Plagueis, Sarco Plank, Unkar Plutt, Poggle the Lesser, Yarael Poof, Jek Tono Porkings, Arihnda Pryce, Qi’ra, Quarrie, Del Meeko, Aks Moe, Sly Moore, Morley, Delian Mors, Enfys Nest, Bazine Netal, Niima the Hutt, Jocasta Nu, Po Nudo, Nien Nunb, Has Obbit, Harriss Offee, Hondo Ohnaka, Omi, Ketsu Onyo, Oola, OOM-9, Klaatu, Klik-Klak, Agen Kolar, Plo Koon, Eeth Koth, Sergeant Kreel, Baze Malbus, Mama the Hutt, Aayla Secura, Korr Sella, Zev Senesca, Aurra Sing, Ody Mandrell, Pong Kreel, Orson Krennic, Satine Kryze, Conder Kyl, Thane Kyrell, L3-37, L’ulo L’ampar, Cliegg Lars, Owen Lars, Cut Lawquane, Tasu Leech, R2-KT, R3-S6, R4-P17, R5-D4, Rabe, Admiral Raddus, Dak Ralter, Rappertunie, Sinjir Rath Velus, Gallius Rax, Eneb Ray, Max Rebo, Ciena Ree, Ree-Yees, Xamuel Lennox, Slowen Lo, Lobot, Logray, Lumat, Shu Mai, Malakili, King Katuunko, Queen Jamilia, Wes Janson, Kanan Jarrus, Jaxxon, Qui-Gon Jinn, Jira, Jubnuk, K-2SO, Tee Watt Kaa, General Kalani, Agent Kallus, Harter Kalonia, Jango Fett, Finn, Kit Fisto, Corde, Kes Dameron, Poe Dameron, Biggs Darklighter, Dengar, DJ, Rinnrivin Di, Lott Dod, Rio Durant, Lok Durd, Eirtae, Elle, Caluan Ematt, Embo, Jas Emari, Galen Erso, Jyn Erso, Lyra Erso, EV-9D9, Moralo Eval, Commander Cody, Lieutenant Kaydel Ko Connix, Lando Calrissian, Ransolm Casterfo, Sim Aloo, Tobias Beckett, The Bendu, Shara Bey, Mister Bones, Ezra Bridger, BT-1, Almec, Mas Amedda, 2-1B, 4-LOM, 8D8, clone 99, 0-0-0, A’Koba, Admiral Gial Ackbar, Amee, Cassian Andor, Queen Apailana, Sergeant Appo, Dr. Chelli, Faro Argyus, Aiolin, Morit Astarte, Ello Asty, Attichitcuk, AZI-3, Ponda Baba, Kister Banai, Cad Bane, Darth Bane, Jom Barell, BB-8, C1-10P, FN-1824, FN-2199, Bib Fortuna, Commander Fox, FX-7, Adi Gallia, Gardulla the Hutt, Garindan, Gasgano, Saw Gerrera, Gonk Droid, Commander Gree, Janus Greejatus, Captain Gregor, General Grievous, Grummgar, Gungi, Nute, Mars Guo, Rune Haako, Hardcase, Rako Hardeen, Gideon Hask, Hevy, San Hill, Clegg Holdfast, Amilyn Holdo, Tey How, Huyand, Armitage Hux, Brendol Hux, IG-88, Chirrut Imwe, Grand Inquisitor, Sidon Ithano

Species: ewok, sith, wookiee, abednedo, abyssin, aleena, amanin, amaran, anomid, ansionian, anzati, aqualish, arcona, argazdan, aruzan, askajian, balosar, bando gora, barabel, besalisk, bith, blarina, blood carver, boltrunians, b’omarr monks, bothan, bouncer, caamasi, cathar, celegian, cerean, chadra-fan, chalactan, chiss, chistori, clawdite, codru-ji, coway, dashade, dathomirian, defel, devaronian, drach’nam, dressellian, droch, drovian, dug, dulok, durkii, duros, echani, elomin, epicanthix, er’kit, falleen, far-outsiders, feeorin, ferroans, firrerreo, fosh, frozian, frozarns, gado, gamorrean, gand, gank, gen’dai, gerb, genosian, givin, gizka, glymphid, gorax, gorith, gorog, gossam, gotal, gran, gree, grizmallt, gungan, gwurran, habassa, hallotan, hapan, harch, herglic, himoran, h’nemthean, hoojib, huk, hssiss, hutt, iktotchi, iridonian, ishi tib, ithorian, jabiimas, jawa, kaleesh, kaminoan, karkarodon, kel dor, keshiri, kiffar, kitonak, klatooinian, kobok, kowakian monkey-lizard, kubaz, kurtzen, kushiban, kwa, kwi, kyuzo, lannik, lasat, lepi, letaki, lurmen, massassi, melodie, mimbanite, miraluka, mirialan, mon calamari, mustafarian, muun, myneyrsh, myriad, nagai, nautolan, neimoidian, nelvaanian, neti, nikto, noghri, nosaurian, ogemite, omwati, ongree, ortolan, oswaft, paaerduag, pa’lowick, pau’an, phlog, porg, priapulin, psadan, p’w’eck, quarren, quermian, rakata, ranat, rattataki, rishii, rodian, roonan, ruurian, ryn, saffa, sanyassan, saurin, selkath, sauvax, selonian, shawda ubb, shi’ido, shistavanen, sikan, skakoan, sneevel, snivvian, squib, ss-ruuk, stereb, sullustan, talortai, talz, tarasin, taung, tauntaun, tchuukthai, teek, teevan, terentatek, thakwaash, theelin, thennqora, tiss’shar, thisspiasian, thrella, timoliini, t’landa til, tof, togorian, togruta, toong, toydarian, trandoshan, trianii, trogodile, troig, tunroth, tusken raider, twi’lek, ubese, ugnaught, umbaran, unu, utai, utapaun, vaathkree, vagaari, veknoid, vella, verpine, vodran, vor, voxyn, vratix, vulptereen, vurk, weequay, whaladon, wharl, whill, whipid, wirutid, wol cabasshite, woostoid, wroonian, x’ting, xexto, y’bith, yaka, yevetha, yinchorri, yuuzhan vong, yuvernian, yuzzem, yuzzum, zabrak, zeltron, zhell, zillo beast, zygerrian

Creatures: acklay, air shrimp, aiwha, akk dog, angler, asyyriak, aquatic gundark, bandara, bantha, barri, beldon, bergruutfa, blase tree goat, blenjeel sand worm, blistmok, blurrg, borcatu, bordok, bursa, can-cell, cannok, cherfer, chiilak, choreamnos, clawbird, colo claw fish, conduit worm, condor dragon, coruscani ogre, cracian thumper, crab glider, croator, cthon, cy’een, dashta eel, dactillion, danchaf, derkolo, dewback, dianoga, draagax, dragon snake, drexl, duros, duracrete slug, dweebit, eopie, fabool, falumpset, fambaa, fathier, felucian ground beetle, fenner’s rock, fern bicker, firaxan shark, forntarch, frog-dog, fynock, galoomp, ganjuko, garto, garral, geejaw, geonosian, ghest, gizka, glim worm, goffbird, gornt, gorg, gorog, graiveh, graul, grazer, great oopik, greysor, grotseth, gualamas, gullipuds, gungans, gundark, hanadak, hawk-bat, hoska, howler, ikopi, iriazes, jakrab, kaadu, kalaks, kaminoan, kath hound, kell dragon, kimogila, kinrath, kkryytch, k’lor slug, koriena, kouhun, krayt dragon, krykna, kybuck, kyren, laa, laigrek, lava flea, loper, loth-wolf, lylek, malia, mandalorian, maramu, massiff, minstyngar, mogo, mott, mouf, mutriok, mynock, neebray, neks, nerf, nexu, noghri, nudj, nuna, orbalisk, orray, oslet, pagen, peko peko, pharple, pikobi, profogg, porg, pug jumper, pylat bird, rakghoul, rancor, rathtar, reek, rock worrt, ro-roo, rong boar, ronto, rugger, sarlacc, scurrier, scyk, shaakshyrack, sketto, slivilith, snarb, sleen, stagna, stratt, suubatar, tach, talortai, talz, taozin, terecon, thernbee, thranta, torton, tolibs, togruta, tra’cor, treppok, ubeba, ugja, uller, unark, urusai, veermok, vesp, velker, voorpak, vornskr, vulptex, vyp, wamba, wandrella, woodoo, wraid, yeltz, yeomet, yog, yorik coral, zakkeg, zabrak, zuxu

Locations: abafar, ahch-to, akiva, alderaan, ando, hoth, lego, ilum, iridonia, jakku, jedha, kessel, kuat, lah’mu, lira san, lothal, lotho minor, malachor, malastare, mandalore, maridun, mimban, mon cala, moraband, mortis, mygeeto, nal hutta, onderon, ord mantell, anoat, atollon, batuu, bespin, cantonica, castilon, cato neimoidia, chandrila, christophsis, concord dawn, corellia, coruscant, crait, d’qar, dagobah, dantooine, dathomir, devaron, eadu, endor, florrum, hosnian prime, fondor, naboo, otoh gunga, theed hangar, mos espa, watto’s junkshop, coruscant ii, outlander club, kamino, tipoca city, tatooine ii, geonosis, utapau, pau city, kashyyk, mustafar, polis massa, sith medcenter, lars homestead, tosche station, mos eisley, the cantina, great temple, echo base, dagobah, cloud city, pillio, rishi, rodia, ruusan, ryloth, saleucami, savareen, scarif, shili, starkiller base, subterrel, sullust, takodana, toydaria, trandosha, umbara, vardos, wobani, yavin, ambria, anoth, arkania, bakura, bonadan, borleias, byss, carida, drall, dromund kaas, dxun, hapes, honoghr, khomm, korriban, kothlis, lwhekk, muunilinst, myrkr, n’zoth, nkllon, ralltiir, rattatak, sacorria, selonia, thyferra, toprawa

Movies: a new hope, the empire strikes back, return of the jedi, the phantom menace, attack of the clones, revenge of the sith, the force awakens, the last jedi, the rise of skywalker

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Elf Puns

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There are quite a few different types of elf lore that we’ve tried to capture in this entry. There’s general elf mythology – which shows elves as dignified, mysterious, magical and powerful, Christmas elves – which portray elves as cheerful and tiny helpers, and elves in popular fiction (like Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings). No matter which type of elf you’re looking for, we’ve tried to cover it here and we hope that you find the perfect elf pun for your needs.

While this entry is as comprehensive as we could make it, this is specific to elves. If you’re looking for other magic or fantasy-related puns, we have a Harry Potter pun entry. If you’re interested in other Christmas-related puns, we have a list of Santa puns and reindeer puns.

Elf Puns List

Each item in this list describes a pun, or a set of puns which can be made by applying a rule. If you know of any puns about elves that we’re missing, please let us know in the comments at the end of this page! Without further ado, here’s our list of elf puns:

  • Self-*→ Elf-*: As in, “Have some elf-conficence,” and “She’s got good elf-control.” Other words that would work with this format: elf-contained, elf-deceiving, elf-deprecating, elf-determination, elf-enrichment, elf-governing, elf-help, elf-improvement, elf-perpetuating, elf-portrait, elf-sufficient.
  • *self→ *elf: As in, “Be your-elf,” and “An elf-made business owner,” and “Apply your-elf,” and “Pull your-elf together,” and “I didn’t do it my-elf.” Note: this also works for the plural forms of both self and elf – as in, “Apply your-elves (apply yourselves),” and “Pull your-elves together.”
  • Self*→ Elf*: As in, “An elfish (selfish) person,” and “Elfless (selfless) bravery,” and “I won’t stand for such elfishness (selfishness).”
  • *alf*→ *elf*: As in, elfalfa (alfalfa), elfredo (alfredo), behelf (behalf – as in, “On behelf of”), and melfunction (malfunction – as in, “Why is the computer melfunctioning?”)
  • Selfie→ Elfie: As in, “Take an elfie,” and “Use an elfie stick.”
  • Elvis→ Elfis
  • Health→ Helf: As in, “A helfy mind in a helfy body,” and “Bad for your helf,” and “A clean bill of helf,” and “Glowing with helf,” and “In sickness and in helf,” and “A picture of helf,” and “Take a helf-y interest,” and “Ill helf,” and “In the pink of helf,” and “Helfy as a horse.” Note: if you’re in the pink of health, then you’re in very good condition.
  • Wealth→ Welf: As in, “Rolling in welf,” and “Redistribution of welf,” and “Share the welf.”
  • Alphabet→ Elfabet: As in, “Elfabet soup,” and “Do you know your elfabet?”
  • Effin’ → Elfin: As in, “Elfin hell,” and “Not another elfin word!” Note: Effin’ is shorthand slang for f*cking.
  • Effed → Elfed: As in, “I elfed up,” and “It’s completely elfed.” Note: Effed is shorthand slang for f*cked (in the context that something is thoroughly ruined).
  • Would elf → Wood elf: As in, “Wood elf jokes be appropriate in this setting?” Note: wood elves are a very common/famous type of fantasy elf, as seen in Lord of the Rings, Magic the Gathering, Skyrim and Warhammer.
  • Rudolph → Rudelf: This one would be most appropriate for a Christmas pun, as it combines a play on both Rudolph (the most famous reindeer) and the word elf, which are both closely associated with Christmas.
  • Half → Helf: As in, “Ain’t helf bad,” and “My better helf,” and “Getting there is helf the fun,” and “Helf a second,” and “Helf asleep,” and “Helfway to paradise,” and “Not helf the man I used to be,” and “How the other helf lives,” and “Glass helf empty,” and “Got helf a mind to…” and “Meet helfway,” and “Too clever helf bad.”
  • Halve → Helve: As in, “A problem shared is a problem helved,” and “Go helves,” and “By helves,” and “Do by helves.”
  • Awful → Elful: As in, “God elful,” and “Something elful has happened!”
  • Elephant → Elfant: As in, “An elfant never forgets,” and “Don’t think of pink elfants,” and “The elfant in the room,” and “A memory like an elfant,” and “When elfants make war, it’s the mice that suffer.”
  • Telephone → Telelfone: As in, “Hanging up the telelfone,” and “Waiting by the telelfone,” and “Hold the telelfone.”
  • Eavesdropping → Elvesdropping: As in, “Caught elvesdropping,” and “Elvesdropping on.”
  • *ella* → *elfa: As in, “Under the umbrelfa of,” and “Let a smile be your umbrelfa,” and “A classic novelfa (novella),” and “A spicy vegan paelfa (paella),” and “An a capelfa (capella) choir,” and “Miscelfaneous (miscellaneous) goods,” and “A stelfar (stellar) review,” and “A constelfation (constellation) of stars,” and “Down in the celfar (cellar),” and “A late cancelfation (cancellation).”
  • Cinderella → Cinderelfa
  • Eleven → Elelfen: Eleven is a character on the American sci-fi show Stranger Things.
  • Ella Fitzgerald → Elfa Fitzgerald: Ella Fitzgerald was a famous American jazz singer. This could work in a couple of different ways – if someone works with music and is particularly short (short = elf + musician = Ella F.); or if someone is receiving a gift that’s musical in nature (elf = reference to the gift + Ella = reference to musicality of gift).
  • *elev* → *elef*: As in, “Count to elelfen (eleven),” and “Elelfated (elevated) to new heights,” and “Take the elelfator (elevator),” and “Time for elelfenses (elevenses),” and “The elelfenth hour,” and “Stay relelfant (relevant),” and “That’s irrelelfant,” and “I don’t see the relelfance,” and “Glued to the telelfision (television).” Notes: If something has been done at the eleventh hour, then it’s been done at the very last moment. Elevenses is a type of snack break.
  • Twelve → Twelf/Twelves: As in, “Twelf/Twelves Night,” and “Twelf (or twelves) apostles,” and “On the twelf night of Christmas, my true love gave to me..” Note: Twelfth Night is a Shakespearean comedy.
  • Left → Elf’t: As in, “Exit stage elf’t,” and “Keep elf’t,” and “Elf’t hanging,” and “Elf’t, right and center,” and “Elf’t to your own devices,” and “Out of elf’t field,” and “Two elf’t feet,” and “Be elf’t holding the baby.” Notes: if someone is “left holding the baby,” then they’ve been left unfairly with a situation or problem that isn’t theirs.
  • *lef* → *elf*: As in, “Lunch elftovers,” and “Last on the battelfield,” and “Malicious malelfactor.” Notes: a malefactor is someone who breaks the law.
  • *lif* → *elf*: As in, “A prolelfic writer,” and “Healthy lelfstyle,” and “Exemplelfies the qualities of…” and “You qualelfy for the position,” and “Oversimplelfication,” and “Suspenseful clelffhanger.”
  • *olf* → *elf*: As in, “Cry welf,” and “A welf in sheep’s clothing,” and “Out playing gelf.” Couple of other words that could work: werewelf and elfactory. Notes: olfactory is to do with the sense of smell.
  • *ilf* → *elf*: As in, “Welfully disobedient,” and “Extremely skelful,” and “Pelfering the office supplies.” Note: to pilfer is to repeatedly steal small amounts.
  • *ulf* → *elf*: As in, “The Gelf (Gulf) of Mexico,” and “Engelfed in emotion,” and “Felfilled wishes,” and “Waiting for felfilment.” Note: to engulf is to completely surround and cover something.
  • *aff* → *elf*: As in, “Offer elffordances,” and “State of elffairs,” and “Links and elffiliates,” and “Brimming with elffection,” and “An elffluent family.” Other words that could work: elffected (affected), elffable (affable), elfford (afford), elffirm (affirm), elffinity (affinity), and elffect (affect). Notes: to be affable is to be easy to talk to. Affluence is an abundance of riches or wealth.
  • *eff* → *elf*: As in, “Elf off,” and “Or other words to that elffect,” and “Side elffects,” and “Spare no elffort,” and “Waiting to take elffect,” and “An elffective insult.” Other words that could work: elfficacy (efficacy), elfficient (efficient), elfficiency, elffusive. Notes: Effusiveness is an expression of great emotion or enthusiasm. Efficacy is the power to produce a desired effect.
  • *iff* → *elf*: “And now for something completely delfferent,” and “Delffuse the tension,” and “What’s the delfference?” and “A delfficult situation.” Other words that could work: plaintelff (plaintiff), tarelff (tariff), sherelff (sheriff), clelff (cliff), delfferentiate (differentiate), indelfferent (indifferent) and delffident (diffident). Notes: to be diffident is to not have confidence in your abilities. To differentiate is to discern a difference between things.
  • *off* → *elf*: As in, “A load elff your mind,” and “All bets are elff,” and “Back elff,” and “Bite elff more than you can chew,” and “Bite someone’s head elff,” and “Blow elff some steam,” and “Bouncing elff the walls,” and “A chip elff the old block,” and “Dance your socks elff,” and “Fall elff the wagon,” and “Fly elff the handle,” and “Fly elff the shelves,” and “Get it elff your chest,” and “Get elff lightly,” and “Get elff on the wrong foot,” and “Could see you a mile eff,” and “Learned elff by heart,” and “Let’s call the whole thing elff,” and “Like water elff a duck’s back.” Other off-related or inclusive words that could work: elffset (offset), elffice (office), elffer (offer), elfficial (official), elffensive (offensive), elffence (offence), elfficer (officer).
  • Afghanistan → Elfghanistan
  • Africa → Elfrica
  • *af* → *elf*: As in, “Elfter all,” and “Elfter my own heart,” and “Chase elfter,” and “A delfening silence,” and “Happily ever elfter,” and “Offer elffordances,” and “Selfty first,” and “Be elfraid, be very elfraid.” Other suitable words: elficionado (aficionado), elfire (afire), elfield (afield), bonelfide (bonafide), elfloat (afloat), elflame (aflame), elflutter (aflutter), lelflet (leaflet), elforementioned (aforementioned), elforesaid (aforesaid), elfoul (afoul), elfoot (afoot), elforethought (aforethought), pinelfore (pinafore), elfresh (afresh), elftermath (aftermath), elfterward (afterward), elftershave (aftershave), elfternoon (afternoon), elfterglow (afterglow), elfterthought (afterthought) and elfterlife (afterlife). Note: an aficionado is a lover of a certain activity. If something is bonafide, then it’s genuine and real.
  • *ef* → *elf*: As in, “For your benelfit,” and “For future relference,” and “Conditioned relflex,” and “Relflect badly on,” and “Delfault back on,” and “Cultural artelfacts.” Other words that could work: nelfarious (nefarious), delfer (defer), benelfactor (benefactor), delfamation (defamation), delfence (defence), prelfer (prefer), delfeat (defeat), delfinition (definition), delfine (define), delfinitely (definitely), benelficial (beneficial), delfiant (defiant) and delficit (deficit). Notes: a benefactor is one that provides help or advantages.
  • If → Elf: As in, “As elf there was no tomorrow,” and “As elf,” and “Elf I do say so myself,” and “Elf looks could kill,” and “Elf need be,” and “Elf nothing else,” and “Elf only,” and “Elf the shoe fits,” and “No elfs or buts,” and “Elf it’s the last thing I do,” and “Elf it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
  • *if* → *elf*: Motelfs (motifs), manelfest (manifest), beautelful (beautiful), signelficant (significant), artelfact (artifact), multelfaceted (multifaceted), specelfic (specific), sacrelfice (sacrifice), certelficate (certificate), magnelficent (magnificent), caulelflower (cauliflower), unelform (uniform), pitelful (pitiful), fancelful (fanciful), bountelful (bountiful), dutelful (dutiful), mercelful (merciful).
  • Of → Elf: As in, “15 minutes elf fame,” and “A life elf its own,” and “Ahead elf one’s time,” and “At the top elf one’s lungs,” and “Bag elf tricks,” and “Barrel elf laughs,” and “Best elf both worlds,” and “Best elf the bunch,” and “Beyond the call elf duty,” and “Blink elf an eye,” and “Bored out elf your mind,” and “Bundle elf joy,” and “Breath elf fresh air,” and “By the skin elf your teeth,” and “By no stretch elf the imagination,” and “Chip elf the old block,” and “Figure elf speech.”
  • *of* → *elf*: As in, “A paid prelfessional,” and “Favourite prelfessor,” and “Chosen prelfession,” and “Gaining prelfit (profit),” and “Prelfitable ventures,” and “Camelflage pants,” and “Prelfound thoughts,” and “Ecelfriendly and organic,” and “Elfentimes (oftentimes),” and “Bleeding prelfusely.” Note: profusely means in large amounts.
  • *elve*: Emphasize the “elve” in these words and phrases: “Smooth as velvet,” and “Shelve the issue for later,” and “By themselves.”
  • *alv* → *elve*: As in, “Selvege what you can,” and “My selveation,” and “Gelveanised into action.”
  • *ilv* → *elv*: As in, “Like quickselver,” and “Every dark cloud has a selver lining,” and “Sell the family selver,” and “Selver tongue,” and “Hide the selverware,” and “A selvery shine.”
  • *olv* → *elv*: As in, “Raised by welves,” and “Throw to the welves,” and “Selve all your problems,” and “Steely reselve,” and “Evelved into a better person,” and “Don’t invelve me in your problems,” and “Abselved of your sins,” and “Disselved relationship,” and “A develving situation,” and “Too invelved,” and “The world doesn’t revelve around you.”
  • *ulv* → *elv*: As in, velvea (vulva) and pelverise (pulverise).
  • *av* → *elve*: As in, “An elverage result,” and “Elveant-garde art,” and “Causing an elvealanche,” and “List your elveailability,” and “Elvert your eyes,” and “All about the elveacado,” and “Elveoiding you,” and “Selveory snacks.” Other words that could work: elveatar (avatar), elvearice (avarice), carelvean (caravan), aggrelveate (aggravate), elverse (averse), elvenue (avenue), elvenge (avenge), elve-iation (aviation), elve-ian (avian), pelvelova (pavlova), elveow (avow), endelveor (endeavour). Notes: avant-garde means “cutting edge”. Avarice is greed, in particular for wealth or gain. To be averse is to dislike something. To endeavour is to make an effort.
  • *ev* → *elve*: As in, “A late delveloper,” and “Software delveloper,” and “Current elvents,” and “Turn of elvents,” and “Positive relveiews (reviews),” and “Hide the elveidence,” and “Hard elveidence,” and “Annual elvealuations,” and “Elveade conversation,” and “Looking elveasive,” and “Elveacuate the building,” and “A prelvealent issue,” and “Elven Steven,” and “Break elven,” and “Don’t get mad, get elven,” and “An elven chance,” and “Elven handed,” and “Elven in the best of times,” and “Elvery breath you take,” and “Elvery little bit helps,” and “Elverything under the sun,” and “Elvery one and his brother,” and “Thinking of you elveryday,” and “It’ll happen elventually,” and “The elvening news,” and “Elveil (evil) twin.”
  • *iv* → *elve/elf*: As in, “Feeling mot-elve-ated (motivated),” and “A fresh perspectelf,” and “Take the initiatelf,” and “It is imperatelf that…” Other words that could work: ambelfalent (ambivalent), derelfative (derivative), equelvealent (equivalent) and comprehenselve (comprehensive), elveory (ivory), frelveolous (frivolous), delveorce (divore), delveulge (divulge), relveulet (rivulet). Notes: to be ambivalent is to feel different, contradictory things at once.
  • *ov* → *elve*: As in, “Elvercome with emotion,” and “All elver (over) the show,” and “A bridge elver troubled water,” and “Get elver yourself,” and “A standing elveation,” and “A grave elversight (oversight),” and “The elverall scheme of things.” Other words that could work: elverlook (overlook), elversee (oversee), elverwhelm (overwhelm), elverlate (ovulate), elverride (override), elvert (overt), innelveation (innovation), pelvelova (pavlova) and supernelvea (supernova). Note: to be overt is to do something in secret or quietly.
    • Higher → High-elf-er: As in, “A high-elf-er purpose,” and “Move on up a little high-elf-er,” and “Answer to a high-elf-er authority,” and “High-elf-er than a kite.” Note: high elves are a type of elf in various fantasy stories, including Lord of the Rings, Warhammer and Warcraft. The following few puns are to do with high elves as well.
    • *hai-f* → High elf: Change words that start with a “hi/hai” sound followed by an “ff” sound: high-elffield (hayfield), high-elfeir (heifer), high-elfen (hyphen), high-elfenate (hyphenate) and high-elfenation (hyphenation).
    • Half → High-elf: As in, “Ain’t high-elf bad,” and “My better high-elf,” and “Getting there is high-elf the fun,” and “High-elf a chance,” and “High-elf a second,” and “High-elf alive,” and “High-elf asleep,” and “High-elf measures,” and “High-elfway to paradise,” and “Not high-elf the man I used to be,” and “Meet me high-elfway.
  • Natural → Supernatural: Since elves are part of the supernatural realm, we can use these puns and phrases to indirectly refer to elves: “Do what comes supernaturally,” and “Full of supernatural goodness,” and “It’s only supernatural,” and “A supernatural born leader,” and “A supernatural high,” and “Supernatural selection.”
    • *fay* → *fey*: Elves are related to fey, so we’ve included some fey-related phrases and puns in this list too. We can adjust words that have a “fay” sound in them to include “fey”: “Save feyce (face),” and “Lying feycedown,” and “A relaxing feycial (facial),” and “If you feyl, try, try again,” and “A disappointing feylure,” and “Feeling feynt,” and “Feythful companion,” and “Feyke friends,” and “Rich and feymous.” Other words that could work: feyble (fable), feylsafe (failsafe), feytal (fatal), feyteful (fateful), feyvour (favour), feyvourite (favourite), feyn (feign), feynt (feint/faint).
    • *fee* → *fey*: As in, “An infeysible proposal,” and “Wedding feyst (feast),” and “Find your feyt (feet),” and “An astounding feyt (feat),” and “News feyture,” and “Twitter feyd,” and “More than a feyling (feeling),” and “Feyline smile,” and “Feminism is not a feymale problem,” and “Cabin feyver,” and “Meet my feyance (fiance),” and “What a feyasco.” Notes: if something is infeasible, then it isn’t something which is practical to achieve. Cabin fever is the restlessness, claustrophobia and irritability that results from being stuck in a confined space for a long time.
    • *fie* → *fey*: As in, “The Feynal Countdown,” and “Semi-feynalist,” and “Feyghting fit,” and “And feynally…” and “Due to a lack of feynances…” and “Did you feynd Nemo?” and “Looking feyne (fine),” and “Feylanthropic (philanthropic) organisations,” and “Like a feynix (phoenix) rising from the ashes.” Note: to be philanthropic is to do public good.
  • Spite → Sprite: Sprites are a class of legendary creatures which includes elves, so we’ve included some sprite-related phrases and puns in this list. As in, “Don’t cut off your nose to sprite your face,” and “In sprite of..” and “Desprite these matters..” Note: to cut off one’s nose to spite one’s face is to react badly and self-destructively in response to a problem. 
    • Slight → Sprite: As in, “Spritely ahead of our time, ” and “Not in the spritest,” and “A sprite misunderstanding.”
    • Sight → Sprite: As in, “Love at first sprite,” and “A welcome sprite,” and “Set your sprites on,” and “Short sprited,” and “A sprite for sore eyes,” and “A sorry sprite,” and “Not a pretty sprite.”
    • Site → Sprite: As in, “Construction sprite,” and “World heritage sprite.”
    • *site* → *sprite*: As in, “Opposprites attract,” and “Dating websprite,” and “Course prerequisprites,” and “Don’t be a parasprite,” and “Exquisprite (exquisite) detail.”
    • Sprout → Sprite: As in, “Sprite wings,” and “Sprite-ing like mushrooms,” and “Keep up, sprite.”
    • Spright → Sprite: As in, “A sprightly old lady.” Note: to be sprightly is to be energetic and bright. 
    • Hospital → Hosprite-al: As in, “Hosprite-al food,” and “In the hosprite-al,” and “Thank you for your hosprite-ality,” and “A hosprite-able environment.”
    • *sperate* → *sprite*: As in, “Desprite (desperate) times call for desprite measures,” and “Despritely wanted,” and “An exasprited (exasperated) sigh.” Note: to be exasperated is to be infuriated or extremely annoyed. 
  • Fairy: Since elves are related to fairies, use some fairy-related phrases to make some elf puns: “Airy fairy,” and “Fairytale ending” and “Nobody loves a fairy when she’s forty”.
  • *fair* → *fairy*: Swap “fair” for “fairy”, like so: “Affairy of the heart”, “An affairy to remember”, “All the fun of the fairy,” and “All’s fairy in love and war”, “By fairy means or foul”, “Faint heart never won fairy lady”, “Fairy trade”, “Fairy and square”, “Fairy dinkum”, “Fairy enough”, “Fairy game”, “A family affairy,” and “My fairy lady”, “No fairy!” and “Savoir fairy.” 
  • Far → Fairy: Swap “far” for “fairy” to create some witty magic puns like so: “As fairy as it goes”, “As fairy as the eye can see”, “Few and fairy between”, and “Over the hills and fairy away”, “So fairy so good”, “Thursday’s child has fairy to go” and “The fruit does not fall fairy from the tree”. 
  • Very → Fairy: As in, “Be afraid, be fairy afraid”, “Before your fairy eyes”, “How fairy dare you!”, “It was a fairy good year”, “Thank you fairy much”, “Fairy interesting, but stupid”, “All fairy well” and “At the fairy least”.
  • Fiery → Fairy: As in, “Fairy red hair,” and “Fairy rage,” and “Filled with fairy enthusiasm.”
  • Four → Fairy: As in, “Twenty-fairy seven,” and “A fairy-letter word.”
  • Forty → Fairy-ty: As in, “Fairy-ty winks,” and “Life begins at fairy-ty.”
  • Firing → Fairy-ing: As in, “Fairy-ing blanks,” and “Fairy-ing on all cylinders,” and “The fairy-ing line.”
  • Fury → Fairy: As in, “Bright red with fairy,” and “Filled with sorrow and fairy,” and “Blinded with fairy,” and “Pent-up fairy.”
  • Hairy → Fairy: As in, “A fairy situation,” and “Give it the fairy eyeball.” Note: to give someone the hairy eyeball is to look at someone disdainfully.
  • *fare* → *fairy*: As in, “Fairynheit 451,” and “Welfairy reform,” and “Fairy-thee-well!” and “I bid you fairywell!” and “Celebration and fanfairy.” Note: Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian novel that’s been made into a movie.
  • *fer* → *fairy*: As in, “A fairyocious effort,” and “Your highest offairy (offer),” and “Buffairy (buffer) zone,” and “Long suffairying (suffering),” and “What’s the diffairyence (difference)?” and “Transfairy the funds,” and “A good refairyence,” and  “Taking the fairy (ferry),” and “Defairy (defer) your admission,” and “Infairyority (inferiority) complex,” and “Well, if you’re offairying.”
  • *for* → *fairy*: As in, “Going fairyward,” and “Insider infairymation,” “Too much infairymation,” and “Peak perfairymance,” and “Fairyeign (foreign) exchange,” and “The fairycast for today,” and “Why hast thou fairysaken me?” and “In reference (or refairyence) to the afairymentioned…”
  • *fur* → *fairy*: As in, “Hell hath no fairy (fury) like..” and “An infairyating (infuriating) situation,” and “A part of the fairyniture,” and “Fairytive (furtive) glances,” and “And fairythermore…” and “A blazing fairynace (furnace).”
  • Fast and Furious → Fast and Fairyous
  • Pick → Pixie: Pixies are another mythological race (like fairies) that are similar to elves, commonly grouped with elves and are sometimes used as interchangeable terms. We’ve compiled some pixie-related puns and phrases for you here: “Pixie on someone your own size,” and “A bone to pixie,” and “Pixie a fight,” and “Pixie and choose,” and “Pixie of the bunch,” and “Pixie up the pieces,” and “Pixie me up.”
  • *pic → *pixie: As in, “An epixie adventure,” and “Off-topixie,” and “Myopixie (myopic) decisions,” and “Philantropixie actions.” Note: myopic means short-sighted. Philanthropic means for public good.
  • *pac* → *pixie*: As in, “Beyond capixiety (capacity),” and “Lower the opixiety (opacity).”
  • Pixel* → Pixie*: As in, “Pixie perfect,” and “Pixielated,” and “20 megapixies,” and “Blurry and pixielated.”
  • Fancy → Fantasy: As elves are part of the fantasy realm and feature in countless fantasy stories, we’ve included fantasy in this pun list: “A flight of fantasy,” and “Tickle someone’s fantasy.”
  • Charm: As elves are known for charms and trickery, we’ve included charm-related phrases that could be used as elf puns in the right context: “Charm the birds out of the trees,” and “A charmed life,” and “Third time’s a charm,” and “Works like a charm.”
  • Harm → Charm: As in, “First, do no charm,” and “In charm’s way,” and “No charm done,” and “No charm, no foul,” and “Wouldn’t charm a fly.”
  • Trick: Elves are known for being tricky and clever, so we’ve included trick-related puns and phrases: “Does the trick,” and “Every trick in the book,” and “One trick pony,” and “How’s tricks?” and “Never misses a trick,” and “A trick of the light,” and “Tricks of the trade,” and “Up to your old tricks.”
  • Track → Trick: As in, “Back on trick,” and “Born on the wrong side of the tricks,” and “Cover your tricks,” and “On the right trick,” and “A one-trick mind,” and “Stopped in your tricks,” and “Trick record,” and “Keep trick of.”
  • Trek → Trick: As in, “Tricking up six flights of stairs.”
  • Truck → Trick: As in, “By the trickload,” and “Have no trick with,” and “Keep on trickin‘.”
  • Click → Trick: As in, “Trickbait,” and “Trick into place,” and “Double-trick,” and “Point and trick.” Notes: clickbait is a web content that is designed to entice (or trick) users into consuming or interacting with it. Point and click is a genre of computer games where the navigation is controlled by pointing and clicking.
  • *tic* → *trick*: As in, “The best tactrick (tactic),” and “A week is a long time in politricks,” and “Carrot and s-trick,” and “The clock is tricking,” and “Come to a s-tricky end,” and “Go ballistrick,” and “Meal tricket,” and “Slap and trickle,” and “Trickled pink,” and “Trick all the boxes,” and “Drastrick (drastic) times call for drastrick measures,” and “Become another statistrick.” Other words that you could use: tricklish (ticklish),  pedantrick (pedantic), pragmatrick (pragmatic), holistrick (holistic), agnostrick (agnostic), aesthetrick (aesthetic), authentrick (authentic) and artrickulate (articulate). Notes: a carrot and stick approach is one where both punishments and rewards are used to train or induce a desired behaviour. A meal ticket is something that provides income or means to live. To be tickled pink is to be delighted.
  • *tric* → *trick*: As in, eccentrick, metrick, intrickate, districkt, symmetrickasymmetrick.
  • *dic* → *trick*: As in, “A walking tricktionary,” and “A real tricktator,” and “The periotrick (periodic) table,” and “Acitrick (acidic) tone,” and “Nomatrick (nomadic) lifestyles.” Other words that could work: pretrickament (predicament), vintrickate (vindicate), detrickate (dedicate), tricktate (dictate), sporatrick (sporadic), episotrick (episodic) and intrickate (indicate).
  • *tiq* → *trick*: Etrickette (etiquette), antrickated (antiquated), antrickuity (antiquity). Notes: antiquity refers to an ancient historical period of time. To say that something is antiquated means that it is old, or out of date.
  • *arch* → *archer*: We’ve added some archer puns in this list as elves are popularly portrayed as skilled archers: “Archer enemy,” and “Historical archerytecture (architecture),” and “A common archertype (archetype),” and “Ruling monarcher.” Other words that could work: overarchering (overarching), matriarcher (matriarch), patriarcher (patriarch), archertectural (architectural), archerology (archaeology), archertect (architect) and archerpelago (archipelago). Notes: an archetype is a standard example of something.
  • Departure → Deparcher: As in, “Waiting in the deparcher lounge,” and “Saddened by your deparcher.”
  • Magic: Magic-related phrases: “Every little thing she does is magic,” and “It’s a kind of magic,” and “Magic Johnson”, “Magic beans”, “Magic carpet ride”, “Magical mystery tour”, “Make some magic,” and “The magic number”, “Wave your magic wand”, and “Work one’s magic.”
  • *agi* → *magic*: Use words with the soft “agi” sound in them: “Magic-tive (adjective)”, “Magic-sterial (magisterial)”, and “Imagic-nation (imagination)”. 
  • Spell: Some spell-related phrases: “Cast a spell,” and “How do you spell relief?”, “Spell it out”, “Be under (someone’s) spell,” and “Break the spell,” and “A dry spell,” and “It spells trouble”, “Spelling bee”, and “Back in a spell!”
  • Smell → Spell: As in, “Come up spelling of roses”, “I spell a rat”, “A keen sense of spell,” and “A rose by any other name would spell just as sweet”, “Spell ya later”, “Spells like teen spirit”, Stop and spell the roses”, “The sweet spell of success”, “Tastes as good as it spells,” and “Whoever spelled it, dealt it”. Also works for other forms of smell – smelly (spelly) and smelling (spelling). 
  • Stellar → Spellar: As in, “What a spellar performance from England!”
  • *pel* → *spell*: Amend words with “pel” in them to “spell”, as in: “I don’t want to be exspelled (expelled)!”, “Dispell (dispel) the thought”, “This recipe is misspelled,” and “She watched the show, spellbound.”
  • Spill → Spell: As in, “Spell the beans”, “Spell your guts”, “Cry over spelled milk”, “Spell the tea”, “He took a spell.”
  • Book → Spellbook: As in, “A room without spellbooks is like a body without a soul”, “Always have your nose in a spellbook,” and “Spellbook worm”, “By the spellbook,” and “Every trick in the spellbook,” and “Read any good spellbooks lately?”, “His life’s an open spellbook,” and “Hit the spellbooks,” and “Little black spellbook,” and “So many spellbooks, so little time”, and “Don’t judge a spellbook by its cover”.  
  • Ear → Pointed/pointy ear: As in, “All pointed ears,” and “Cute as a pointed ear,” and “Have your pointy ears chewed off,” and “Grin from pointed ear to pointed ear,” and “Little pitchers have big pointy ears,” and “Music to my pointy ears,” and “Go in one pointy ear and out the other.”

This section is specific to Christmas elves:

  • Work→ Workshop: As in “A workshop in progress,” and “All in a day’s workshop,” and “Bury yourself in your workshop,” and “In the workshops.”
  • Shop→ Workshop: As in, “All over the workshop,” and “Like a bull in a china workshop,” and “Live all over the workshop,” and “One stop workshop,” and “Talk workshop,” and “Top of the workshop.”
    • *dually → *jolly: Since Santa’s elves are known for being jolly, we’ve got some puns and phrases related to “jolly” for you: indivijolly (individually), resijolly (residually) and grajolly (gradually).
    • *dially → *jolly: As in, cordjolly (cordially), remedjolly (remedially) and primordjolly (primordially). Note: if something is primordial, then it’s existed since the beginning of time.
    • Jelly* → Jolly*: As in, “Peanut butter and jolly sandwich,” and “Jollyfish.”
    • Juli* → Jolly*: As in, Jolly-an (Julian), Jolly-et (Juliet) and Jolly-us (Julius).
  • Stay→ Stoy: Some toy-related puns and phrases, as that’s what Santa’s elves tend to in the workshop: “Inexpensive. And built to stoy that way,” and “Outstoy one’s welcome,” and “Stoy ahead of the curve,” and “Stoy in touch,” and “Stoy on course,” and “Stoy safe,” and “Stoy tuned,” and “Stoy together,” and “Here to stoy,” and “Stoy behind,” and “Stoy the distance,” and “If you can’t take the heat, stoy out of the kitchen.” Other stay-related words: mainstoy (mainstay), satoy (satay), overstoy (overstay), homestoy (homestay), stoycation (staycation).
  • *toi*→ *toy*: As in, “Down the toylet,” and “Pack your toyletries.” Other words that would also work: toyletry (toiletry), toyl (toil), tortoyse (tortoise), stoy-ic (stoic), stoy-icism (stoicism).
  • *ty→ *toy: As in, “Let’s partoy,” and “Keep your integritoy,” and “In the citoy centre.” Other words that will work: serendipitoy (serendipity), facilitoy (facility), dutoy (duty), entitoy (entity), beautoy (beauty), qualitoy (quality), stoyle (style), stereotoype (stereotype), securitoy (security), propertoy (property).
  • Short: We’ve included some short-related phrases here for you to sneakily refer to the height of Santa’s elves. Traditional elves are considered to be at least as tall as humans, which is why we’ve included these here rather than in the previous section: “A short history of nearly everything,” and “A few bricks short of a full load,” and “Bring up short,” and “Caught short,” and “Cut a long story short,” and “In short order,” and “In short supply,” and “Life’s too short,” and “Make short work of,” and “Short and sweet,” and “A short fuse.”Other short-related words you could use: shortcoming, shortcut, shortage, shortly and shortlist.
  • *shot → *short: As in, “Take a screenshort,” and “Snapshort moment,” and “Provide headshorts,” and “Out of earshort.” Other words you could use: hotshort, slingshort, mugshort and gunshort.
  • Shut* → Short*: As in, shortterbug (shutterbug) and shorteye (shuteye).
  • *sort* → *short*: As in, “Takes all shorts,” and “Last reshort,” and “Out of shorts,” and “Short yourself out,” and “Asshorted candies,” and “An asshortment,” and “An international conshortium (consortium).” Note: a consortium is a partnership between individuals or organisations (both public and private).
  • *shoot → *short: As in, troubleshort (troubleshoot), offshort (offshoot) and crap-short. Note: crap-shoot can either refer to a game of craps, or a very risky venture.
  • *shirt* → *short*: As in, “Been there, done that, got the t-short,” and “Too sexy for your short,” and “Keep your short on,” and “Take the short off your back.” Other words that could work: sweatshort (sweatshirt), undershort, overshort, nightshort and shortless.
  • Small: Another way for us to refer to the height of Christmas elves is with small related puns and phrases: “A still small voice,” and “All creatures, great and small,” and “Don’t sweat the small stuff,” and “Good things come in small packages,” and “No job too small,” and “A small fortune,” and “Small potatoes,” and “Small wonder.”
  • Smell → Small: As in, “A keen sense of small,” and “Small ya later,” and “Come up smalling of roses,” and “I small a rat.”
  • *smal → *small: As in, “A dismall reaction,” and “An abysmall result.” Note: if something is abysmal, then it’s profoundly bad.
  • *hat*: Refer to the cheerful pointed hats that Santa’s elves wear by emphasising the “hat” in these words: hatch, hatred, hatchet, hatching and that.
  • *het* → *hat*: As in, haterosexual (heterosexual), prophat (prophet), epithat (epithet), ricochat (ricochet), hatchat (hatchet), aesthatic (aesthetic) and pathatic (pathetic). Note: heterosexuality is romantic or sexual attraction to the opposite sex. An epithet is a pen name. Aesthetics is the appreciation of beauty.
  • *hit* → *hat*: As in, hatch (hitch), hatherto (hitherto), hatman (hitman), archatect (architect) and archatecture (architecture). Note: hitherto means “up to this time.”
  • *hot* → *hat*: hatel (hotel), hatspot (hotspot), hatline (hotline), hatdog (hotdog).
  • Had → Hat: As in, “I’ve hat it up to here!” and “Had us in stitches,” and “I don’t believe I’ve hat the pleasure,” and “You hat better,” and “I’ve hat a lot to deal with today.”
  • *head* → *hat*: As in, “Ahat (ahead) of their time,” and “Like banging your hat against a brick wall,” and “Big-hatted,” and “Bite someone’s hat off,” and “Bring to a hat,” and “Bury your hat in the sand,” and “Butt hats.” Other words you could use: hats-up (heads-up), hatway (headway), hatquarters (headquarters), hatache (headache), hatder (header), overhat (overhead), figurehat (figurehead).
  • Shoe → Pointy Shoe: Refer to the pointy shoes that Santa’s elves are traditionally portrayed in with these shoe-related puns and phrases: “If the pointy shoe fits, wear it,” and “Kick off your pointy shoes and enjoy,” and “Walk a mile in my pointy shoes,” and “Waiting for the other pointy shoe to drop.”

The puns in this section are specific to portrayals of elves in fantasy stories:

  • House → House-elf: In Harry Potter, elves only exist as house-elves (slaves to the wizards or witches) and are bound to protect their home and family. Here are some puns that we can use to refer to them: “A plague on both your house-elves,” and “As safe as house-elves,” and “Bring the house-elf down,” and “A clean house-elf,” and “Get on like a house-elf on fire,” and “House-elf of ill repute,” and “House-elf rules.”
  • Leg → Legolas: Legolas is an elf from the Lord of the Rings series. We can make some silly puns about him: “Cost an arm and a legolas,” and “One legolas at a time,” and “Shake a legolas,” and “Show a little legolas (which could work as a play on elves being short and on legolas being an elf).”
  • Wink → Winky: Winky is a house-elf from the Harry Potter series. We can make some terrible puns about her with these phrases: “Forty winkys,” and “A nod and a winky,” and “In the winky of an eye,” and “Didn’t get a winky of sleep.”
  • Creature → Kreacher: Kreacher is a house-elf from the Harry Potter series. Make some bad puns about him by replacing “creature” with “kreacher”:  “All kreachers great and small,” and “Kreacher comforts,” and “A kreacher of habit,” and “Kreature of the night,” and “Wretched kreacher.”

Elf-Related Words

To help you come up with your own elf puns, here’s a list of related words to get you on your way. If you come up with any new puns or related words, please feel free to share them in the comments!

General: elf, elves, elfish, elvish, elven, high elf, dark elf, pointed ears, magic, fairy, supernatural, fey, folklore, sprite, pixie, faerie, fantasy, charm, enchant, trick, trickery, illusion, archer, archery, mischief, immortal

Christmas: workshop, jolly, toys, short, small, little, stocking, hat, pointy shoes 

Fantasy: Tolkein, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Dungeons and Dragons, Middle Earth, house-elf, Dobby, Legolas, Winky, Kreacher

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