in lithuanian about 99% of males names end with an s, it's just the language i guess
our languages have two genders
Men words end with -s, -š, -is, -iš but women words end with -a, -e and sometimes with -s. (with exceptions of course)
I guess its similar in Lithuanian as well.
It's called grammatical gender. Most of the time nouns or adjectives, numerals, pronouns in nominative ends with -as- (masculine) and -a- (feminine). Similart to the Latin language, were masculinum ends with -us- and feminimum ends with -a-. Except that Latin also has neuter, which is not really used in Lithuanian
The more s at end of name, the manlier a man. Names ends with e/a for females.
they have cool sounding names imo
Because of their languages, they are from baltic familie, which have genders even in names. So here it is, I guess. #11 comment expalins that pretty well.
because they all have multiple personalities
Because every serious man has -s letter in his name