Ambrose - Che
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Ambrose 1 .. .. Writer Ambrose Bierce; Civil War General .. Slightly infrequent as a birth name, Ambrose is found more often as a last name. [Am, Ambroeus, Ambrogio, Ambros, Ambrosio, .. 12 more]
Beauregard 2 .. .. names of three prominent Confederate generals .. Rarely used as a given name for baby boys, Beauregard is used more frequently as a last name. [Beau]
Bolivar 3 .. The revolutionary Simon Bolivar (19th century) .. Rarely used as a birth name, Bolivar is used more frequently as a surname. [Bolevar, Bollivar]
Buell 4 .. .. and after the American Civil War .. Buell is an irregularly used men's name, and it occurs regularly (Top 6%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Bell. [Buel, Bueller, Buhler, .. 1 more]
Che 5 .. .. of Jose. Latin-American revolutionary Che Guevara. Rarely used as a name for babies, Che exists more frequently as a surname. See also Coe.
Summary of all Civil names (and variants) for boys.
[Ambrose - Che]
Ambrose [Brose, Emrys, ..], Beauregard [Beau], Bolivar [Bolevar, Bollivar], Buell [Buhl, Buhler, ..], Che
[Cornell - Hale]
Cornell [Cornel, Corney], Cornwallis, Davis [Dayson, Dayton, ..], Early [Erly, Erlie, ..], Eldridge [Eldrick, Eldrige, ..], Emmet [Emmot, Emmott, ..], Ethan [Etan, Ethen, ..], Forest [Foster, Forster, ..], Gage [Gaige, Gauge], Hale [Hayle, Haylan, ..]
[Hampton - Lee]
Hampton [Hampten], Hancock [Handcock], Hooker, Jackson [Jaxon, Jaxson, ..], Jeb, Joseph [Yusup, Yuszef, ..], Jubal, Lafayette, Lander [Landor, Landry, ..], Lee [Lea, Leigh]
[Luther - Reno]
Luther [Lutero, Louther, ..], Manasseh [Menashe, Menashi, ..], Marcus [Markos, Markus, ..], Marion [Mariano], Martin [Martyn, Morten, ..], Mead [Meed, Meade], Nathan [Nathen, Nathon, ..], Paul [Poll, Poul, ..], Quintrell [Quantrell, Quentrell], Reno
[Sheridan - Wolfe]
Sheridan [Sheridon, Sherridan], Sherman [Shermon, Shermann, ..], Shiloh [Shylo, Shyloh], Tandie [Tandy, Tandey], Tecumseh, Ulysses [Ulises, Ulisse], Wade [Wayde, Waydell, ..], Wallace [Welch, Welsh, ..], Winfield [Wynfield, Wynnsfield], Wolfe [Wulf, Wulfe, ..]