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Courageous Names

11 Courageous names and what they mean, for courageous for baby boys, listing 1-11. Here is the list of Courageous names for girls.

Balder .. (Old English) "Courageous army." ..
[Baldor, Baldur, Baudier]

Brainard .. (Old English) "Courageous raven."
[Brainerd, Braynard]

Bravo .. (Italian) "Excellent, courageous." ..
[Brahvo, Bravvo]

Ellard .. (Old German) "Noble and courageous."
[Allard, Allerd]

Harding .. (Old English) "Son of the courageous one." ..

Hardwick .. (Old English) "Courageous one's settlement."

Hardwin .. (Old English) "Courageous friend."
[Hardwen, Hardwinn, Hardwyn, Hardwynn]

Hartwig .. (German) "Courageous in battle."

Konrad .. Variant of Conrad (Old German) "courageous advice" ..
[Kord, Kort, Knoz]

Kurt .. Variant of Conrad (Old German) "courageous advice" ..

Lech .. The name was borne by Lech Walesa, the courageous shipyard worker and labor organizer who led the campaign to bring down the Communist government in Poland.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Courageous names: Harding, Kurt

Kurt is a commonly used name, while Balder, Brainard, Bravo, Ellard, Harding, Hardwick, Hardwin, Hartwig, Konrad and Lech are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)

Featured categories: bold, brave, daring, fiery, strong, valiant.

Archibald .. (Old French, Old German) "Genuine, bold, brave." ..
[Arch, Archaimbaud, Archambault, Archer, Archibaldo, .. 8 more]

Allard .. (Old English) "Noble and brave."
[Adelard, Adelhard, Alhard, Alhart, Allart]

Carson .. Carson City, Nevada was named for him, and to this day, an aura of rakishness and daring clings to the name ..
[Carsan, Carsen, Cason, Karson, Kason]

Bayard .. Seigneur de Bayard, "the irreproachable and fearless", was a 16th-century French knight and national hero renowned for his valor and purity of heart ..
[Baiardo, Bajardo, Bay, Baylen]

Abednago .. Biblical: one of the three unfortunates thrown in the fiery furnace by King Nebuchadnezzar, and rescued by an angel ..

Orpheus .. The tragedy of his gallant failure has been made into several operas.
[Orfeo, Orphie]

Angel .. The original Greek form Angelo is more popular now, as Angel is usually a girl's name (although in Thomas Hardy's 1891 novel "Tess of the D'Urbervilles", a major male character is named Angel Clare.) Both forms are popular in Spanish-speaking countries ..
[Andjelko, Ange, Angelino, Angell, Angelmo, .. 13 more]

Cid .. El Cid was a heroic Spanish knight of the 11th century whose story is told in numerous medieval epics.

Achilles .. Mythology: name of the hero of the Trojan War, celebrated in Homer's "Iliad", famous for his valor and manly beauty ..
[Achill, Achille, Achillea, Achilleo, Achilleus, .. 10 more]


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