About the naming convention, what is it exactly that puts you off of it? Names often follow function or are descriptive of the area around them. For instance, I know of a town nearby that is called Portage, because it used to be used in that manner a long time ago.
Also nearby is the town of Vulcan (No lie!).
So im not quite sure what even the point of Morocco being named makes. To me I used that name because it sounds sort of exotic and also conjures images of the area I want to capture. Go to Comment
Telportia in my setting is the last bastion of hope in a zombie apocalypse, the main quest is that the water is running out so a party must leave and find a new source of water. (Its a bit more complex but you get the idea.) Go to Comment
Gnomes are famous for their festive springtime celebrations. Farm villages will often dye their hens eggs bright colors; with gnomish magic, the chicks that hatch from the eggs have the very same colors. The chickens eventually lose their hues, but the stronger the magic, the longer the color stays. In a gnomish village, one can easily spot the village shaman by his flock of gaily colored fowl.