Baby Names associated with Battle for Girls
Aeron - ConcordiaPage 1/4 of 72 Battle names.
Aeron 1 .. Derivative of Welsh element. "Battle." Not Top 1000 name. Also a boys' name. .. Celtic goddess of battle and slaughter ..
Aeronwen 2 .. .. Celtic goddess of battle and slaughter .. Not in Top 1000.
Alala 3 .. Based on Greek element. "War like." Rare, but Alala is similar to popular surname Alcala (upper 2%), with the -ala suffix. See also Alaula. .. of Ares, the god of war.
Alanza 4 .. Root fr. Old German element. "Ready for battle." Outside Top 1000. See also Alonsa. Spanish feminine form of Alonzo.
Aldis 5 .. Stems fr. Old English. "Battle seasoned." Not in Top 1000. [Aldith, .. 1 more]
Alfonsine 6 .. Source fr. Old German. "Ready for battle." Alfonsina, Alifonsine and Anfonsine are kreatif forms. Feminine of Alfonso. [Alfonsia, .. 2 more]
Alma 7 .. .. famous 19th century Battle of Alma .. Alma is commonly used as a version. [Almah, .. 1 more]
Alonsa 8 .. Derivative of Old German. "Ready for battle." Uncommon. Alonsa (cf. Ailsa) ends with the feminine -sa. Spanish feminine form of Alonso. [Alonza]
Alphonsine 9 .. Origin fr. Old German element. "Ready for battle." Uncommon, with the -ine suffix like Adeline. See also Alfonsine. French feminine form of Alphonse.
Anatolia 10 .. .. of the legendary Trojan War, was. Anatolia, Anatola and Anatolya are uncommon as birth names. [Anatola, .. 1 more]
Athena▲ 11 .. .. of wisdom and war, identified with .. Common, with the common -ena suffix for Athena, Atheena like Amena. [Atheena, Athie, .. 4 more]
Averil 12 .. Source fr. Old English language. "Boar battle." Avaril, Averil, etc. are seldom found as women's names, and Averill is found often (top 6%) as a surname. From the source phrase eofor hild .. [Avaril, Averhilda, Averilda, .. 5 more]
Beda 13 .. Origin fr. Old English. "Battle maid." Also a boys' name. Beda, like the similar Bera, exists more often as a last name.
Bellona 14 .. Derived fr. Latin word. "Goddess of battle." Bellona, Ballona and Belona are rare as children's names. From the same root as the .. [Ballona, .. 1 more]
Bertha 15 .. .. used in World War I was .. Outside Top 1000. [Berrta, Berte, Berti, Bertie, Bertina, Bertita, Berty, Bird, Birdy, .. 12 more]
Brianda 16 .. .. the ancient religious wars of Christianity .. Briand is more unique as a variant form of Brianda. [Briand]
Brunhilda 17 .. From Old German element. "Ready for battle." Somewhat popular as girls' names, Hilda, Brunhilda, etc. are comparable to the conventional Tilda. .. Valkyrie, maidens who ride into battle .. [Brinhild, Brinhilda, Brinhilde, Brunhilde, Brunnhilda, Brunnhilde, Brynhilda, Brynnhilda, Hilde, Hildy, .. 10 more]
Cheyenne▲ 18 .. .. their courage in battle, and the .. Cheyenne is a recognizable (top 42%) women's name. [Chayan, Chayanne, Shayanne, Shyann, .. 7 more]
Clotilda 19 .. Root fr. Old German. "Famous battle." Less popular today. Clotilde was the variation last recorded (1900-1909) in the Top 1000. .. supposedly went into battle by his .. [Clothilda, Clothilde, .. 3 more]
Concordia 20 .. .. goddess of peace succeeding a battle .. Uncommon. Concordia, like Clodia, has the feminine -dia ending. [Concord, .. 1 more]
Summary of Battle names (and variants) for girls.Aeron - Concordia
Aeron, Aeronwen, Alala, Alanza, Aldis [Aldith, Ailith], Alfonsine [Alonza, Alfonsia, Alphonsine], Alma [Almah, Allma], Alonsa [Alonza], Alphonsine, Anatolia [Anatola, Anatolya], Athena▲ [Athie, Attie, Athene, Athina, ..], Averil [Everil, Averilla, Everilda, Everhilda, ..], Beda, Bellona [Belona, Ballona], Bertha [Birdy, Birta, Birtha, Laberta, ..], Brianda [Briand], Brunhilda [Hildi, Hildy, Nilda, Hildie, ..], Cheyenne▲ [Shayan, Shyann, Shyanne, Shayanne, ..], Clotilda [Clotilde, Clothilde, Klothilda, Klothilde], Concordia [Concord, Concorde]Courtney - Hildegarde
Courtney▼ [Kourty, Kourtni, Kourtnie, Quartney, ..], Deborah [Debs, Dobra, Devora, Devorah, ..], Dita, Eda [Ede, Edda], Edith [Eyde, Eydie, Eydith, Eidytha, ..], Edwige [Edwig, Hedvig, Hedwig, Hedwige, ..], Eris [Erys, Eryss, Eriss, Aeress], Ermintrude [Trudy, Imtrud, Irmtraud, Irmentrud, ..], Ernestine [Ernice, Ernestyna, Ernestina, Ernesztina, ..], Everil, Griselda [Selda, Zelda, Zelde, Gryzelde, ..], Gunhilda [Gunna, Gunne, Gunnel, Gunnhilda, ..], Gunnborg, Gunnvor, Gytha [Githa], Hedda [Hedy, Hetta, Hedwig, Hedwiga, ..], Hedwig [Hedy, Hedvige, Hedwige, Hedwiga, ..], Helen▼ [Nora, Nelly, Nonnie, Yelena, ..], Hilda [Hilde, Hildy, Hylda, Hildie], Hildegarde▼ [Hille, Hildegard, Hildegunn, Hildegaard, ..]Hildemar - Otthild
Hildemar [Hildemarr], Hildreth [Hildred], Imelda [Amelda, Imalda, Ymelda, Himalda], Iphigenia [Genia, Ifigenia, Iphigenie, Iphigeneia, ..], Jadwige [Jadwiga], Kallan, Kelly▲ [Kellye, Kellina, Kellyann, Kellyanne, ..], Kimberly▲ [Kymbra, Kymbrely, Kymberly, Kymberlie, ..], Klotid [Klotilde, Klotilda, Klothilda, Klothilde], Leah▲ [Lee, Lia, Leia, Leigh], Madison▲ [Madisen, Madisyn, Madyson, Madisson], Mafalda [Maffalda], Magnilda [Magnhilde], Marcella▼ [Marselle, Marshella, Marsiella, Marsellonia, ..], Marcia▼ [Marsha, Marsia, Martia, Marseea, ..], Marelda [Marilda, Marrelda], Matilda [Tilli, Tilly, Tildy, Tillie, ..], Nilda [Nillda], Odila [Udile, Odolia, Udelia, Udilia, ..], Otthild [Otylia, Ottilie, Ottoline, Ottiline, ..]Padme - Zelda
Padme [Padma], Rhona [Roana], Shiloh▲ [Shilo, Shylo, Shyloh], Swanhild [Swanny, Swannie, Swanhilda, Swanhilde, ..], Tilda [Tilly, Tildy, Tillie, Tilley, ..], Tyra [Tyria, Tyree, Tyrene, Tyrena], Uta [Ute, Utte, Yuta], Valkyrie [Valkyria, Valkyrria, Vallkyrie], Vigdis [Vigdess], Viveca [Viveka, Vivica, Vivika], Wyetta [Wyette], Zelda [Selda, Zelde, Zellda]