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Page 1/4. 26 Military names and what they mean, for military, naval, warlike for males. These boy names reached the height of their popularity in 1880-1889 and are somewhat less popular today, with names like Perry, Tracy, Tariq and Nelson becoming less fashionable. Major (#350) and Marshall (#319) are two of the more trendy baby names in this list.


Bolivar .. (Spanish, Polish) "Mighty, warlike." ..
[Bolevar, Bollivar]

Bravo .. Also the word that means "B" in the military alphabet.
[Brahvo, Bravvo]

Busby .. A busby is also a tall military hat made of fur, such as those worn by the British soldiers who guard Buckingham Palace ..
[Busbee, Busbey, Busbie, Bussby]

Cormac .. Historical: the third-century Irish king who founded schools of military science, law, and literature at Tara ..
[Cormack, Cormick]

Decatur .. Stephen Decatur was an early 19th-century naval hero ..


Popularity of Military baby names

Bolivar, Bravo, Busby, Cormac and Decatur are rare names. (2000 U.S. Census)

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Related Names

Suggested categories: archer (bow), crusader (crusade), fierce (warlike), war (battle), warrior (spear).


A to Z Index of all names (with variants) for boys

[Bolivar - Decatur]
Bolivar [2], Bravo [2], Busby [4], Cormac [2], Decatur

[Emrys - Marshall]
Emrys, Ensign, Epaminondas, Hannibal, Jehu, Jotham, Lunn [2], Lysander [4], Major [3], Marshall [7]

[Nelson - Tyr]
Nelson [10], Perry [2], Pompeo [5], Rainer [6], Sandhurst [1], Standish, Tariq [6], Templeton [3], Tracy [3], Tyr

[Vali - Vali]
Vali

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