Bolivar - Decatur
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Bolivar 1 .. From Spanish, Polish elements. "Mighty, warlike." Bolivar is unique as a masculine name, and it occurs commonly (Top 15%) as a last name according to the US Census. The revolutionary Simon Bolivar (19th century) .. [Bolevar, .. 1 more]
Bravo 2 .. .. means "B" in the military alphabet. Bravo is an unusual male name, and it occurs commonly (Top 2%) as a last name according to the US Census. [Brahvo, .. 1 more]
Busby 3 .. .. also a tall military hat made .. Busby is a scarce first name, and it appears commonly (Top 2%) as a last name according to the US Census. [Busbee, Busbie, .. 2 more]
Cormac 4 .. .. who founded schools of military science .. Cormac is an intermittently used masculine name. See also Cormic. [Cormack, .. 1 more]
Decatur 5 .. was an early 19th-century naval hero .. A unique birth name which is used more conventionally as a surname.
Summary of all Military names (and variants) for boys.
[Bolivar - Decatur]
Bolivar [Bolevar, Bollivar], Bravo [Brahvo, Bravvo], Busby [Busbee, Busbey, Busbie, Bussby], Cormac [Cormack, Cormick], Decatur
[Emrys - Marshall]
Emrys, Ensign, Epaminondas, Hannibal, Jehu, Jotham, Lunn [Lon, Lonn], Lysander [Lesandro, Lisandro, Lizandro, Lysandros], Major [Majer, Mayer, Mayor], Marshall [Marsh, Marshal, Marschal, Marshell, ..]
[Nelson - Tyr]
Nelson [Nils, Niles, Nilson, Nilsson, ..], Perry [Parry, Perrie], Pompeo [Pompi, Pompeyo, Pompilio, Pomponio], Rainer [Rayner, Reiner, Rainor, Raynier, ..], Sandhurst [Sandhirst], Standish, Tariq [Tareq, Tarik, Tarick, Tarique, ..], Templeton [Temp, Temple, Templeten], Tracy [Trace, Tracey, Treacy], Tyr
[Vali - Vali]