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Boy Names associated with Military

Military baby names and what they mean, for military, naval, warlike, with 26 results. These boy names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1960-1969 (USAGE OF 0.3%) and are now significantly less popular (USAGE 0.1%, 53%), with names like Tariq becoming somewhat dated. Major (#360) is the most trendy baby name in this compilation, while Buzby (TOP 22%) and Bisby (36%) are common last names.

Military names

Bolivar - Sandhurst | Standish - Vali

Bolivar - Sandhurst

Origin fr. Spanish, Polish elements. "Mighty, warlike." Bolivar (TOP 8%), comparable to Ballar (TOP 99%), Becvar (31%), is a common -ar suffix surname. The revolutionary Simon Bolivar (19th century) .. [Bollivar, .. 1 more]

.. means "B" in the military alphabet. Brave is a slightly prominent baby name. [Bravvo, Brahvo]

.. also a tall military hat made .. Not Top 2000 names. [Bussby, .. 3 more]

.. founded schools of military science, law .. A popular boys' name. [Cormick, .. 1 more]

.. an early 19th century naval hero .. Not Top 2000 name.

.. Aurelianus (fifth century), military leader and .. A rare children's name. See also Emerus.

Possibly refers to the naval rank .. Rare as a children's name, Ensign exists more conventionally as a last name.

.. fourth century BC military genius who .. Outside Top 2000.

.. masterminded a great military feat when .. Anibale and variants peaked in popularity in 1990. [Anibale, .. 1 more]

Jehu was a military commander of .. Scarce as a baby name. See also Jeh.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Military names: Cormac, Hannibal, Major, Marshall, Nelson, Perry

.. during a time of military strife. Jotham is not in the Top 2000.

Root fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Strong, warlike." Lon is familiar as a form of Lunn. [Lonn, .. 1 more]

.. Spartan naval and military commander in .. Lisandro and Lizandro are prevalent as variations of Lysander. [Lysandros, .. 3 more]

.. that is also a military title. Majer (upper 29%), Major (1%), Mayer (1%) and Mayor (9%) are found commonly as last names. [Mayor, Mayer, .. 1 more]

.. title and a military title of .. Marshall, Marsh, Marshal and Marshell are widely used as forms. [Marshell, Marsh, Marischall, Marchall, .. 3 more]

.. Nelson, the English naval hero of .. Nelson is common (upper 21%) as a male name. [Nilsson, Nils, Niles, Nelsen, .. 6 more]

.. was the Americal naval officer who .. Parry and forms soared in popularity a century ago and have become less widespread. [Perrie, .. 1 more]

.. Roman statesman and military man, and .. Compare surnames Pompe (UPPER 65%), Pomper (44%). [Pomponio, .. 4 more]

.. for a British naval officer, but .. Rainer, like the similar Lanier, occurs more often as a last name. [Reiner, .. 5 more]

.. England, the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst .. Not in popularity charts. [Sandhirst]

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Military names [and variants] for boys.

1. Bolivar - Sandhurst
Bolivar [Bolevar, Bollivar], Bravo [Brahvo, Bravvo], Busby [Busbee, Busbey, Busbie, Bussby], Cormac [Cormack, Cormick], Decatur, Emrys, Ensign, Epaminondas, Hannibal [Anibal, Anibale], Jehu, Jotham, Lunn [Lon, Lonn], Lysander [Lesandro, Lisandro, Lizandro, Lysandros], Major [Majer, Mayer, Mayor], Marshall [Marsh, Marshal, Marchall, Marschal, Marshell, Marischal, Marischall], Nelson [Nels, Nils, Niles, Nelsen, Nilson, Nilsson, Neilson, Neillson, ..], 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

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