57 War names that mean war for boys, listing War baby names 1-20. Adolph, Ambrose, Carson and Ethan are popular names. Ace, Achilles, Agamemnon, Ajax, Ammon, Ares, Audey, Bartram, Buell, Corin, Cornwallis, Gage, Guerrant, Hadwin, Haig and Hale are uncommon names. View War baby names below for name meanings or search War names for girls.
Ace ... The term "flying ace" goes back to World War I when planes were both novel and hazardous. 
Achilles ... name of the hero of the Trojan War ... 
Adolph ... The name has become less common since the infamous Adolf Hitler and World War II ... 
Agamemnon ... his daughter Iphigenia was sacrificed before the Trojan war and when he came home from the war ... 
Ajax ... Greek mythology: the name of two heroes of the Trojan War as told by Homer's "Iliad" ... 
Ambrose ... Civil War General Ambrose E. Burnside. 
Ammon ... The Ammonites and the Israelites were frequently at war ... 
Ares ... Greek mythology: Ares was the god of war ...
Audey ... was also the most decorated American soldier in World War II. 
Bartram ... the Norse god of war ... 
Buell ... and Beauregard as given names come from the custom of naming sons after commanding officers during and after the American Civil War ... 
Carson ... legendary Missouri frontiersman Kit Carson (19th century) was a scout and guide in the exploration of the West as well as an important factor in the Mexican War ... 
Corin ... Quirinus was an early Sabine and Roman god of war associated with Romulus ... 
Cornwallis ... Famous English general in the revolutionary War George Cornwallis lost the battle of Yorktown to Washington and Lafayette ...
Ethan ... American patriot Ethan Allen was a famous Revolutionary War leader ... 
Gage ... The British General Thomas Gage was Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony at the outbreak of the Revolutionary War. 
Guerrant ... "Fighting, at war."
Hadwin ... "Friend in war." 
Haig ... Place name. Douglas Haig was a prominent English soldier in World War I.
Hale ... Nathan Hale was a Revolutionary War hero famous for saying "I regret that I have but one life to lose for my country". 
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