Military Names

Military names and what they mean, for military, naval, warlike for males. These boy names reached the height of their popularity during the years 1880-1889 (usage of 0.1411%) and are somewhat less popular today (usage 0.065%, down 54%), with names like Nelson, Tracy, Perry and Tariq becoming less trendy. Major (#350) is the most trendy baby name in this compilation, and there is a resurgence in birth name usage for this name.

Bolivar - Decatur

Page 1/3 of 26 Military names.

Bolivar 1 .. Origin fr. Spanish, Polish elements. "Mighty, warlike." Not Top 1000 names. The revolutionary Simon Bolivar (19th century) .. [Bolevar, Bollivar]

Bravo 2 .. .. means "B" in the military alphabet. Not Top 1000 names. [Brahvo, .. 1 more]

Busby 3 .. .. also a tall military hat made .. Not Top 1000 names. [Busbee, Bussby, .. 2 more]

Cormac 4 .. .. founded schools of military science, law .. Not in Top 1000. [Cormack, .. 1 more]

Decatur 5 .. an early 19th century naval hero .. Not Top 1000 name.

Popularity of Military baby names

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Quick Index

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 - Tyr]
Emrys, Ensign, Epaminondas, Hannibal, Jehu, Jotham, Lunn [Lon, Lonn], Lysander [Lesandro, Lisandro, Lizandro, Lysandros], Major [Majer, Mayer, Mayor], Marshall [Marsh, Marshal, Marschal, Marshell, Marischal, Marischall], Nelson [Nels, Nils, Niles, Nilson, Nelsen, Nilsson, ..], Perry [Parry, Perrie], Pompeo [Pompi, Pompey, Pompeyo, Pomponio, Pompilio], Rainer [Ranier, Rainor, Rayner, Reiner, Rainier, Raynier], Sandhurst [Sandhirst], Standish, Tariq [Tareq, Tarik, Tarek, Tareek, Tarick, Tarique], Templeton [Temp, Temple, Templeten], Tracy [Trace, Tracey, Treacy], Tyr

[Vali - Vali]