I usually go through the fluff and history, and find any obscure name, and either maul it, and just go for one that sounds similar.
Empire, Kislev, Breton, Dogs of War/Border Princes/Tileans etc all have their basis in the Germanic, Russian, French, Italian, languages, so can make them pretty easy.
Chaotic, can be scandinavian, but not always. Dwarves are much the same, but they're also rather easy - Harsh K's, G's, and short vowels, work well, similar to Chaos as well. Chaos Dwarves? GKGKGKGKGKGKGKoooooGKGKGKGKGKuuuGKGKGKeeGKGk could work pretty well for them.
Elves are hard;, flowy, floaty names, with developed vowels, and soft consonants, seem to work well. I find it's easier to trawl through History books (with hopefully the Malekith book, that I got the other day, this should help a wee bit), and the fluff books of Fantasy (I'd appreciate more on the Aenarion, actually) are godsends for names. Although Adam Troke/Temakador can fuck off, cocky little prick.
Err... Mind's gone blank. The rage has settled over that little bugger, and I've lost train of thought. I'll edit when I remember.
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