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This is off list. I shouldn't even respond off the top of my head like this,
Krono- This seems to come from the Greek Kronos, the counterpart of the Latin
Saturn. The interesting idea behind this name, I think, is the fact that Kronos
used to rule on Olympus before his son overthrew him. After the rebellion,
Kronos was exiled to Tartarus, an underworld where the ancient race of Titans
were banished. A clever and apt choice of names, I think.
Haramiya This is not Greek on account of the -y-. It has an Indian ring to it.
I'll go look it up in my Sanskrit dictionary. Monier-Williams says that
Haraniya (with a dot under the n) means "to be taken, to be seized." The dot
under the 'n' indicates a nasalized Sanskrit phoneme, which is often alternating
with 'm'. Further search shows, Haram, 'seizing, destroying.' The first 'a' in
this word is long. It could be a place name.