14 Companion names that mean companion for boys, listing Companion baby names 1-14. Caleb, Mark, Silas and Timothy are popular names. Algernon, Arjuna, Barnabas, Cal, Corwin, Demas, Kaden, Linus, Methodios and Squire are uncommon names. View Companion baby names below for name meanings or search Companion names for girls.
Algernon ... a companion of William the Conqueror ... 
Arjuna ... Name of the legendary companion of Krishna in the "Bhagavad Gita". 
Barnabas ... Saint Barnabas was a first-century missionary companion of Paul and uncle of the gospeler Mark ... 
Cal ... The Hebrew source probably refers to man's faithful companion ...
Caleb ... Biblical: Caleb, a companion of Moses and Joshua ... 
Corwin ... "From beyond the hill; heart's friend or companion." 
Demas Biblical: a companion who forsook Paul ... 
Kaden ... "Companion." ... 
Linus ... a Christian companion to Paul in Rome ... 
Mark ... missionary companion to Peter and Paul and writer of one of the four Gospel accounts of the life of Jesus ... 
Methodios ... "Companion traveler." ... 
Silas ... Silas was a missionary companion to Paul and Timothy ... 
Squire ... "Knight's companion." ... 
Timothy ... well-trained young Christian who was a companion of Saint Paul ...  Related words: gawain, lancelot, sidney, attendant, bachelor, beam, bear, board, bow, bridge, bring, brother, carling, carry, chevalier, companion, company, conductor, confederate, consort, guard, guide, hatch, head, island, knight, lee, model, nose, port, portrait, post, shepherd, sidekick, sister, stern, swain, twin, wheel. Partial list of 6 results related to companion below. Click on above related words for more results.
Bayard ... Seigneur de Bayard ... Bayard (or Baiardo, or Bajardo) is a magical horse given to the hero Rinaldo ... 
Gavin ... A form of the medieval name Gawain ... 
Lance ... nickname of Lancelot ... 
Ritter ... Actor John Ritter.
Sheldon ... Author Sidney Sheldon. 
Ace ... Connotations of superiority come from the fact that ace is the playing card with highest face value ... The term "flying ace" goes back to World War I when planes were both novel and hazardous.