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7 Fighting names related to or that mean fighting for boys, listing Fighting baby names 1-7. Archer, Bardrick, Cadby, Epaminondas, Guerrant, Kimberly and Peyton are uncommon names. View Fighting baby names below for name meanings or search Fighting names for girls.


Archer ... An English surname from medieval times when bows and arrows were essential hunting and fighting equipment ...

Bardrick ... One of the many Teutonic names related to fighting.
[Bardric, Bardrich]

Cadby ... "Fighting man's settlement."
[Cadbee, Cadbey, Cadbie]

Epaminondas ... Epaminondas was a fourth-century BC military genius who invented fighting in organized units ...

Guerrant ... "Fighting, at war."

Kimberly ... when English soldiers were fighting in the South African town of Kimberley.
[Kim, Kimbo, Kimberleigh, Kimberley]

Peyton ... "Fighting-man's estate." ...
[Paden, Payton]

Related words: battle, boxing, enemy, fierce, military, strife, struggle, war, warlike. Partial list of 13 results related to fighting below. Click on above related words for more results.


Kaleb ... "Dog; tenacious and aggressive." ...
[Caleb]

Barrett Possibly (Middle English) "dispute, argument" ...
[Baret, Barrat, Barratt, Barret, Barrette, ... 3 more]

Norman ... before moving across the English Channel to attack Britain from the south ...
[Norm, Normand, Normando, Normen, Normie]

Absalom ... and died in battle ...
[Absalon, Abshalom, Absolem, Absolom, Absolon, ... 2 more]

Lachlan ... May also possibly refer to a Viking ancestor or mean "bellicose" ...

Arrio ... "Belligerent."
[Ario, Arryo, Aryo]

Cassius ... Cassius Clay was the birth name of the heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali.
[Cash, Cass, Cassio]

Woyzeck ... "A warrior to whom combat brings joy." ...
[Wojciech, Wojtek, Wozzeck]

Forest ... Saint John Forest (16th century) was one of the numerous English priests who were martyred during the conflicts between King Henry VIII and the Pope ...
[Forester, Forrest, Forrester, Forster, Foster]

Barrett Possibly (Middle English) "dispute, argument" ...
[Baret, Barrat, Barratt, Barret, Barrette, ... 3 more]

Burr ... who is probably best known for having killed his political enemy Alexander Hamilton in a duel in 1801 ...

Averill ... From eofor hild with connotations of a ferocious fighter ...
[Ave, Averel, Averell, Averil, Averyl, ... 7 more]

Cheyenne ... The Cheyenne were fierce opponents of European settlement in the West ...
[Chayan, Chayann, Shayan, Shayanne]


Top 1000 ranking of Fighting names: Archer, Kimberly, Peyton

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