I posted this back in 2019 in a general discussion. Since then it has still plagued me to understand what this word means. I’ve only started to dive into this early this morning, and would ask if anyone else interested in the task join in. If you don’t even know why this name is relevant to Soul Calibur it was introduced in Soul Calibur 3. The Klessirpemdo was a group of warriors from one of the three powers at war, Dalkia. Something I have found consistent between the two is a Germanic origin. Dalk is described to be “pinned, or bracelet.” The Dalkia flag are four swords connected together like a “Z” with two flipped swords side by side. Pinning them together and linking to the other two forming a bracelet. Kless is a German surname that means “conquering.” But it’s here that I am having difficulties breaking down the word any further. If I were to take out “ir” and “pemdo” pemdo doesn’t have any etymology results but I’m often redirected to “pendo.” Yet “ir” is another Germanic root for “you,” I also saw “copper” which would coincide with the yellow banner of Dalkia. “To go” is also a meaning. I’m not sure if the placement is correct if “Klessir” was to mean “to go conquer” rather what I think is more likely “Conquering copper.” Pemdo really meaning Pendo? I don’t have the idea to know if this is correct? But splitting “pem” and “do.” I find that Pem could mean “Pembrook” a whelsh name that means “headland” and “do” can be implied to preform an action. Such as “Conquering Copperland destroyers.” I not displeased with the meaning but if anyone may have their own interpretation or even information to collaborate with mine please share.