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380+ Fearless & Strong Warrior Names For Boys & Girls (With Origins & Meanings)

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Overview

Warrior names are synonymous with courage, bravery, strength, and determination. So, they can be a great baby name choice for your little one.

We’ve prepared this name list of 350 fearless and strong choices, including popular names that mean warrior, protector, and guard. 

Plus, we’ve also added their popularity ranks based on SSA (Social Security Administration) birth records in 2022. (1)

 

Warrior Names For Boys & Girls

What Are Strong Warrior Names For A Boy?

Some powerful names to pick for your little boy:

 

Achilles

 

  • Origin: Ancient Greek name for boys
  • Meaning: 3 syllable boy name that means “pain” or “thin-lipped”
  • Pronunciation: “uh-kee-leez”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: A Trojan War hero in Greek mythology
  • Also after Canadian trombone player Achilles Liarmakopoulos and Roman-era Greek writer Achilles Tatius
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Achilleus, Achille, Achilleas

 

Agnar

 

  • Origin: Swedish, Icelandic, Danish, German, and Norwegian name for boys
  • Meaning: “Warrior,” “sharp,” “edge of a sword,” or a powerful boy name that means “ruler with a sword”
  • Pronunciation: “ahg-nahr”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Norwegian author Agnar Mykle and Danish scientist Agnar Höskuldsson 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Aggnar and Agnarr

 

Agro

 

  • Origin: Italian boy name
  • Meaning: “Tough individual,” “hard,” “bitter,” or “hero”
  • Also an earthy name that means “agricultural”
  • Pronunciation: “ahg-row”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Australian puppet and media personality Agro by voice artist Jamie Dunn 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Aggro

 

Ajamu

 

  • Origin: Nigerian and Yoruban – African boy name 
  • Meaning: Also a black boy name that means “he fights for his desires”
  • Pronunciation: “ah-jah-moo”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American activist and politician Ajamu Baraka and British 
  • artist-curator and archivist Ajamu X
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ajjamu, Ajjamuu, and Ajammu

 

Alexander

 

  • Meaning: Best boy name that means “defender of men” or “protector of mankind”
  • Pronunciation: “ah-lex-ahn-der”
  • Length: 9 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #17
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Alexander the Great, an ancient Macedonian king (an Ancient Greek kingdom) and was also known as Alexander III of Macedon

 

Alfonso

 

  • Meaning: “Noble and ready” or “battle ready”
  • Pronunciation: “ahl-fon-soh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #918
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Mexican Nobel Peace Prize winner Alfonso García Robles and American football player Alfonso Smith
  • Also a powerful name after several kings (such as King Alfonso XII, a historical king of Spain)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Alfons, Alfonse, and Alphonse

 

Alger

 

  • Meaning: “Elf spear” (elf boy name) or “clever warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “ahl-jr”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American football and basketball coach Alger H. Wood; also a last name (e.g., German football player Paul Alger and British tennis player Stephen Alger)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Algar, Alger, and Aucher

 

Alvar 

 

  • Pronunciation: “ahl-vahr”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Spanish painter, sculptor, and lithographer (an artist who uses greasy materials to create art on stone) Alvar Suñol and Estonian cross-country skier Alvar Johannes Alev 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Alvarr and Alvaar

 

Andreas

 

  • Meaning: Tough boy name that means “strong and manly,” “brave,” “manly,” “solid and masculine,” or “man”
  • Pronunciation: “an-dree-uhs”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Austrian track and field sprinter Andreas Berger and Swedish ice hockey winger Andreas Johnsson
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Andrew, Andrea, and Andrews

 

Arrio

 

  • Origin: Spanish boy name
  • Pronunciation: “ah-ree-oh”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Musical artist Arrio Camarena
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Arriyo

 

Berenger

 

  • Meaning: “Warrior fighting with a spear” or a nature name that means “bear”
  • Pronunciation: “beh-rehn-jr”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a last name (for example, American actor Tom Berenger and baseball player Carroll Beringer)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Berrenger, Berengger, and Berrengger

 

Boris

 

  • Meaning: “Fight” or “wolf”
  • Comes from the Old Slavic name “Boroslav” (which means “conflict and glory”)
  • Pronunciation: “boh-rees”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Jamaican singer-songwriter and bass guitarist Boris Gardiner and American actor Boris Kodjoe
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Boriz and Borris

 

Chad

 

  • Origin: Old English boy name
  • Meaning: “Warlike,” “protector,” or “defender”
  • Pronunciation: “chad”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American musician (the drummer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers band) Chad Gaylord Smith and former professional football player Chad Ochocinco Johnson 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Chaddie and Shad

 

Connery

 

  • Meaning: “Warrior lord” or “keeper of the hound”
  • Pronunciation: “kon-uh-ree”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a last name (such as after Scottish actor and producer Sean Connery and English actor Jason Connery)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Conaire

 

Cyrus

 

  • Origin: Persian boy name
  • Pronunciation: “sai-ruhs”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #326
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Famous namesakes include Persian king Cyrus the Great, founder of the first Persian Empire
  • Also a celebrity kid name after Cyrus Michael Christopher Dancy (son of English actor Hugh Dancy and American actress Claire Danes)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kyros and Kyrus

 

Donahue 

 

  • Origin: Irish name for boys
  • Meaning: Also a black boy name that means “dark fighter”
  • Pronunciation: “doh-nah-hyoo”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a last name (such as after American pilot Art Donahue and Megan Donahue, American astronomer)
  • Also a place name after the city of Donahue in Iowa, USA
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Donoghue and Donohue

 

Dorian

 

  • Meaning: “Gift” or “someone from Doris (a Greek district)”
  • Pronunciation: “daw-ree-uhn”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #565
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: From the legendary ancient Greek hero, Dorus (founder of the Dorian race)
  • Also after South African badminton player Dorian James and American musician Dorian Holley
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Dorrian and Doryan

 

Gunnar

 

  • Origin: Old Norse and Norwegian boy name 
  • Meaning: “War warrior” or “brave and bold warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “gun-nar”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #589
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American racing driver Gunnar Jeannette and  Gunnar Faroese-Argentine football player Guillermo Nielsen 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Gunnarr (Old Norse) and Gunner

 

Harold

 

  • Origin: Old English and Old German boy name
  • Meaning: “Ruler of an army,” “army leader,” or “army commander”
  • Pronunciation: “harr-uhld”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #925
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American stunt performer, comedian, and actor Harold Clayton Lloyd, Sr. and a poetic name after poet Harold Norse
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Harald, Haroldo (Spanish), Haraldur (Icelandic), and Hereweald (another Old English name)

 

Harvard

 

  • Origin: Middle English baby boy name 
  • Meaning: “Army guard”
  • Pronunciation: “haar-vrd”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American historian Harvard Sitkoff
  • Also a last name (such as after American model and television personality Allison Harvard and English-American clergyman John Harvard (from the 1600s, the namesake of Harvard University)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Herevard and Hereward

 

Ho-jin

 

  • Meaning: “Fierce advance,” “bright,” “brave,” or “tiger”
  • Pronunciation: “hoh-jeen”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: South Korean short track speed skater Seo Ho-jin and actor Kim Ho-jin (Korean names are written as surname + first name)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Hojin and Ho-Jeen

 

Humbert

 

  • Meaning: Renowned warrior” or “famous giant”
  • Pronunciation: “hum-burt”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: US Army officer Humbert Roque Versace
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Humberto, Humbertus, and Umbert

 

Humphrey

 

  • Meaning: “Peaceful warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “hum-free‘
  • Length: 8 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Dutch footballer Humphrey Rudge and English TV comedy producer Humphrey Barclay 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Humphry, Humfrey, and Humphreys

 

Jabbar

 

  • Meaning: “Powerful” or “mighty” 
  • Pronunciation: “jah-bahr”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Indian theater and film director Jabbar Patel and Azerbaijani folk singer Jabbar Garyagdioglu
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Jabari and Jahbar

 

Judah

 

  • Origin: Hebrew boy name
  • Meaning: Best boy name that means “praised”
  • Pronunciation: “joo-dah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #181
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Biblical boy name for one of Jacob’s 12 sons and the patriarch of the tribe of kings, including King David, King Solomon, and Jesus
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Jude and Judas

 

Luis

 

  • Origin: French, German, and Spanish boy name 
  • Pronunciation: “loo-eez”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #125
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Dominican-American football player Luis Alberto Castillo and Brazilian mixed martial arts fighter Luís Dutra Jr.
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Luiz, Louis, and Louie

 

Luther

 

  • Origin: English and German boy name
  • Meaning: “People’s army,” “soldier of the people,” or “warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “loo-ther”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American football player Luther Robinson and singer and songwriter Luther Vandross
  • Also a middle name for boys (such as after the American historical figure and political philosopher Martin Luther King Jr.)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Lueder, Luter, Luther, Leuther, and Lutter

 

Marcello

 

  • Origin: Italian, Spanish, and Latin boy name 
  • Meaning: Young warrior” or “little warrior
  • Pronunciation: “mar-seh-low”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American soccer player Marcello Borges and Italian footballer Marcello Campolonghi
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Marcel and Marcial

 

Martin

 

  • Origin: Old English, Spanish, Italian, and Latin boy name
  • Meaning: Hispanic boy name that means “warrior of Mars (refers to the Roman god of war),” “warring,” or “warlike”
  • Pronunciation: “mart-een”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #305
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Argentine tennis player Martín Jaite and Mexican-born American horse racing jockey Martin Garcia
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Martinus and Marty

 

Ryder

 

  • Origin: Old English boy name
  • Meaning: Badass boy name that means “horseman” or “rider”
  • Pronunciation: “rai-dr”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #116
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Brazilian footballer Ryder Matos Santos and Canadian professional racing cyclist Ryder Hesjedal
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Rider, Ryker, and Reider

 

Saxon

 

  • Origin: Old English and Germanic gender-neutral name
  • Meaning: “Short sword,” “dagger,” or “swordsman”
  • Pronunciation: “sak-sn”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Scottish rugby football player Saxon McEwan and British professional wrestler Saxon Huxley
  • Also a historical name after the tribe of Germanic Saxons, known as conquerors in some parts of Europe in the 5th century
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also spelled as Saxxon

 

Thor

 

  • Origin: Old Norse boy name
  • Meaning: 1 syllable boy name that means “thunder”
  • Pronunciation: thor
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Mythical name that relates to the god of thunder in Norse mythology
  • Also after modern namesakes such as Icelandic writer Thor Vilhjálmsson and Norwegian road bicycle racer Thor Hushovd
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Thorr

 

Warin

 

  • Origin: Ancient Germanic boy name
  • Meaning: “To guard,” “protect,” or “to defend”
  • Also means “one of the Varni” after the ancient tribe that was defeated by the
    Normans, then by the Franks
  • Pronunciation: “war-een”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Varin

 

What Are Strong & Powerful Warrior Names For Girls? 

The following can be mighty and powerful names for your little girl:

 

Abhishree

 

  • Origin: Sanskrit and Hindu baby girl name
  • Meaning: Long girl name that means “fearless beauty,” “brilliant,” “powerful,” “to enlighten,” “surrounded by glory,” “shining,” or a badass girl name that means “beauty who is fearless”
  • Pronunciation: “ahb-heesh-ree”
  • Length: 9 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Aella

 

  • Origin: Ancient Greek name for girls
  • Meaning: Cute girl name that means “tempest” or “whirlwind”
  • Pronunciation: “ah-eh-lah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a badass girl name after the Amazon (one who comes from the tribe of warrior women mentioned in Greek mythology
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Aela and Aellah

 

Aife

 

  • Meaning: 4 letter girl name that means “beauty,” “radiant,” or “a great warrior woman of myth”
  • Pronunciation: “eeh-fah”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: University of Surrey Social Psychology lecturer Dr Aífe Hopkins-Doyle
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Aoife

 

Alala

 

  • Origin: Greek girl name
  • Meaning: Powerful girl name that means “war cry,” “war-like,” or “battle cry”
  • Pronunciation: “al-ah-lah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: She’s the Greek goddess and the personification of the battle or war cry
  • The name also comes from the onomatopoeic sound (the imitation of the natural sound) of the Greek word “alale” (the war cry used by her brother, the Greek god of war Ares)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Alalah, Alalla, Alallah, and Alale

 

Aldara

 

  • Origin: Galacian and Old German girl name 
  • Meaning: “Caution in battle” or “old”
  • Pronunciation: “ahl-day-rah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Aldora and Aldarra

 

Alexandra

 

  • Origin: Greek girl name
  • Meaning: “The defender of man” or “humankind’s defender”
  • Pronunciation: “ahl-ex-san-drah”
  • Length: 9 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #189
  • amous Namesakes/Description: American ice hockey player Alexandra Carpenter and ice dancer Alexandra Aldridge 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Alessandra, Alejandra, Aleksandra, and Alissandra; also a feminine variation of “Alexander”

 

Aloisa

 

  • Origin: Irish and German girl name
  • Meaning: Famous warrior,” “miracle,” or “renowned warrior
  • Pronunciation: “ah-loy-sah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Austrian novelist  Aloisia Kirschner and GermanLatin artist Aloisa Ruf
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Aloisia

 

Alvara 

 

  • Meaning: “Elf warrior” or “an army of warrior elves protecting the universe like a guardian”
  • Pronunciation: “ahl-vay-rah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Alvarra, Alvarah, and Alvarrah

 

Andra

 

  • Meaning: “Strong and brave”
  • Pronunciation: “ahn-drah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American R&B singer Andra Day and Estonian footballer Andra Karpin 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Feminine form of “Andrew” or a short form of “Alexandra” 

 

Andromache

 

  • Origin: Greek girl name 
  • Meaning: “Battle of man,” “man battler,” “man fighter,” or “fighter of men”
  • Pronunciation: “ahn-drow-mah-kee”
  • Length: 10 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Mythical name after the wife of Hector (one of the heroes in the Trojan War) in Greek mythology
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Armantine

 

  • Origin: French girl name
  • Meaning: “Army man” (soldier)
  • Pronunciation: “ahr-man-teen”
  • Length: 9 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a feminine form of “Armantino”

 

Athena

 

  • Origin: Greek girl name
  • Meaning: “From Athens (a city in Greece)” or “the Greek goddess of wisdom”
  • Pronunciation: “ah-thee-nah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #78
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Greek goddess and the personification of battle, war, and wisdom 
  • Also after modern namesakes such as Iranian-Swedish poet and playwright Athena Farrokhzad and Anglo-Greek musician Athena Andreadis
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Athina, Atheena, or Atena

 

Audhild

 

  • Origin: Norse and Norwegian girl name
  • Meaning: “Battle for fortune” or “rich warrior woman”
  • Pronunciation: “ood-hilt”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Norwegian journalist Audhild Gregoriusdotter Rotevatn and data scientist Audhild Andersen Randa
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Auddhild and Audhildd

 

Basilah

 

  • Origin: Arabic girl name
  • Pronunciation: “bah-see-lah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Bassila, Basilla, Bassilah, and Basila

 

Bellatrix 

 

  • Origin: Latin girl name
  • Pronunciation: “beh-lay-triks”
  • Length: 9 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Former UK and World Beatbox Champion Bellatrix (birth name Belle Ehresmann) 
  • Also a mystical name after Bellatrix Lestrange, a fictional character in the “Harry Potter” universe
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Bellatrice

 

Bellona

 

  • Origin: Latin and Roman girl name
  • Meaning: “Fighter” or “to fight”
  • Pronunciation: “bel-ow-nah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Roman goddess of war and battle who’s often depicted wearing a military helmet on her head
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also called “Duellona”; the counterpart of the Greek goddess Enyo

 

Borna

 

  • Origin: Armenian and Croatian girl name 
  • Meaning: “Fight,” “battle,” or “youthful”
  • Pronunciation: “bohr-nah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Croatian ice hockey player Borna Rendulić and football player Borna Barišić 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Borrna and Bornah

 

Boyana

 

  • Origin: Bulgarian girl name 
  • Meaning: “Battle,” “warrior,” or “fighter”
  • Pronunciation: “bow-yah-nah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American author Boyana Norris
  • Also a place name after a village in the city of Sofia in Bulgaria
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Boyanna and Boyanah

 

Brianna

 

  • Origin: Irish girl name
  • Meaning: A name that means “strong”
  • Pronunciation: “bree-uh-nah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #171
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American basketball player Brianna Butler and American-Peruvian footballer Brianna Bellido
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Breanna, Briana, and Briannah

 

Cahira

 

  • Origin: Irish girl name
  • Meaning: “Warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “kah-hee-rah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American nutrition and health coach Cahira Noelani
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kahira and Cahirra

 

Cathal

 

  • Origin: Gaelic, Celtic, and Irish gender-neutral name
  • Meaning: “Battle rule” 
  • Pronunciation: “kay-thal”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Irish-Canadian singer and voice actor Cathal J. Dodd and Canadian writer Cathal Kelly
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kathal 

 

Enyo

 

  • Origin: Greek girl name
  • Pronunciation: “ehn-yow”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Ancient Greek goddess of war, also called “The Sister of War” who often accompanied the Greek god of war (Ares) in battle
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Gerta

 

  • Origin: Old German girl name
  • Meaning: “Strong spear” or “spear of strength”
  • Pronunciation: “ger-tah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: “ger-tah”
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: ​​Swiss-American geologist and paleontologist Gerta Keller
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a form of the medieval name Gertrude

 

Griselda

 

  • Meaning: “Gray battle”
  • Pronunciation: “gree-zel-dah”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Hungarian and Polish noblewoman Griselda Báthory and Argentine long-distance runner Griselda González 
  • Also a fantasy girl name after Griselda Marchbanks, a fictional character in the “Harry Potter” universe
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Grisselda

 

Gunilla

 

  • Origin: Swedish and Old Norse girl name
  • Pronunciation: “gun-eeh-lah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Swedish author, illustrator, and journalist Gunilla Bergström and ice hockey player Gunilla Andersson
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Gunila and Gunillah

 

Hariasa 

 

  • Origin: Germanic girl name
  • Meaning: “Goddess with lots of hair” or “battle goddess”
  • Pronunciation: “hahr-eeh-uh-sah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: War goddess or army goddess in Germanic mythology (goddess name)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Hariassa and Harriasa

 

Imelda

 

  • Origin: Italian, Spanish, and German girl name 
  • Meaning: “Warrior woman”
  • Pronunciation: “eem-ehl-dah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Indonesian beauty queen Imelda Fransisca and Italian road racing cyclist Imelda Chiappa
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Imeldah, Imelddah, Emelda, and Aimelda

 

Louise 

 

  • Origin: Old German girl name
  • Meaning: Famous warrior,” “renowned warrior,” “loud,” or “to battle or fight”
  • Pronunciation: “loo-eez”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #638
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: English high jumper Louise Miller and American poet, critic, and story-writer Louise Chandler Moulton 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Loes (Dutch), Heloísa (Portuguese), and Lluïsa (Catalan – Western Romance name)

 

Maia

 

  • Origin: Greek and Maori (indigenous Polynesian) girl name
  • Meaning: Elegant girl name that means “great mother” and “brave warrior
  • Pronunciation: “mai-uh”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #420
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American ice dancer Maia Shibutani and actress Maia Brewton
  • Also after the Greek goddess of the fields, spring, and the earth mother
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Maya and Maiah

 

Malin

 

  • Origin: English, Scandinavian, Finnish, Swedish, and Sanskrit gender-neutral name 
  • Meaning: “Strong little warrior
  • Pronunciation: “may-leen”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Swedish operatic soprano Malin Byström and Swedish-Canadian model, actress, and singer Malin Åkerman
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Mallin and Mahlin

 

Marcella

 

  • Origin: Roman, Italian, and Latin girl name
  • Meaning: “Martial” or “warlike”
  • Pronunciation: “mar-seh-lah”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American voice actress Marcella Lentz-Pope and comedian Marcella Arguello 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Marciela; also a feminine form of “Marcello” or “Mark”

 

Martina

 

  • Origin: Latin girl name
  • Meaning: “Dedicated to Mars (the Roman god of war)” or “warlike”
  • Pronunciation: “mar-teen-ah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Italian artistic gymnast Martina Maggio and American country music singer Martina McBride 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Martine

 

Matilda

 

  • Origin: German and English girl name
  • Meaning: “Mighty in battle” or “strength in battle”
  • Pronunciation: “mah-teel-dah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #415
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British fashion model Matilda Lowther and American freethinker and feminist (from the 1800s) Matilda Joslyn Gage
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Mathilda, Mechtilde, and Mathilde

 

Maude

 

  • Meaning: “Powerful battler” and “battle-mighty”
  • Pronunciation: “mawd”
  • Length: 5 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American singer Maude Maggart and singer-composer Maude Nugent 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Maud

 

Minerva

 

  • Origin: Latin girl name
  • Pronunciation: “min-er-vah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American painter Minerva Josephine Chapman and the Roman goddess of wisdom and war (the Roman counterpart of the Greek goddess Athena)
  • Also a magical name after the “Fairy Tail” fictional character Minerva Orland 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Minnie (Disney name)

 

Ritta

 

  • Origin: Finnish and Spanish girl name
  • Meaning: “Fight,” “force,” or “pearl”
  • Pronunciation: “ree-tah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Rita and Rittah

 

Sena

 

  • Meaning: “To praise,” “this world’s beauty or grace,” “army,” or “bringing heaven to earth”
  • Pronunciation: “seh-nah”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American writer Sena Jeter Naslund and Japanese snowboarder Sena Tomita
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Saena and Senah 

 

Shamara

 

  • Meaning: “Ready for battle”
  • Pronunciation: “shah-mah-rah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Beauty queen (Miss Turks and Caicos 2004) Shamara Ariza
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Shamarra and Shammara

 

Veli

 

  • Origin: Turkish, Finnish, and Estonian boy name 
  • Meaning: “Guardian,” “brother,” or “friend of God
  • Pronunciation: “veh-lee”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Finnish ski jumper Veli-Matti Lindström and ice hockey player Veli-Pekka Ketola
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Velli

 

Veerle

 

  • Origin: Dutch girl name
  • Meaning: “Battle,” “battle traveler,” or “travel to battle”
  • Pronunciation: “veer-lay”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Belgian actress and comedian Veerle Malschaert and actress and singer Veerle Casteleyn
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Vigga

 

  • Origin: Danish and Scandinavian girl name
  • Meaning: “War” or “battle”
  • Pronunciation: “vee-ah-gah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Danish TV presenter Vigga Svensson
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Viga; also a feminine form of “Viggo” and “Vigo”

 

12 Nonbinary & Gender-Neutral Warrior Names

Alvey

 

  • Meaning: Magical name that means “elf battle”
  • Pronunciation: “ahl-vee”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Alvie

 

Casey

 

  • Origin: Gaelic and Irish unisex name
  • Meaning: “Brave,” “watchful,” or “vigilant”
  • Pronunciation: “kay-see”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #946 (girls) and #336 (boys)
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actress Casey Wilson and Australian tennis player Casey Dellacqua 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kasey, Cassie, and Cassi

 

Chevy

 

  • Meaning: “Horseman” or “knight”
  • Pronunciation: “sheh-vee”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American rapper, songwriter, and singer Chevy Woods
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Chevie; also a nickname for “Chevalier” 

 

Drew

 

  • Origin: English and Welsh nonbinary name
  • Meaning: “Wise” or “strong and brave”
  • Pronunciation: “droo”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: #840 (girls) and #523 (boys)
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actress Drew Barrymore and singer and actress Drew Sidora
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Dru, Dro, and Drewie

 

Gorgo

 

  • Origin: Ancient Greek, Italian, and Catalan androgynous name
  • Meaning: “Grim” or “fierce”
  • Pronunciation: “gor-gow”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Royal name after Gorgo, the Queen of Sparta in the 6th to 5th century
  • Also an anime boy name after the eagle character in “The Wonderful Adventures of Nils
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Gorgon

 

Harlow

 

  • Origin: English gender-neutral name
  • Meaning: “Army hill” or “rock hill” 
  • Pronunciation: “haar-low”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #261 (girls) and 1,000+ (boys)
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Place name after some towns or cities in the US and UK, including the town of Harlow in Essex, England, and the unincorporated community of Harlow in North Dakota, USA
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Harlowe

 

Koa

 

  • Origin: Hawaiian unisex name
  • Meaning: “Brave one,” “warrior,” or “bold and fearless warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “koh-uh”
  • Length: 3 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+ (girls) and #351 (boys)
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Celebrity kids Koa Thomas Dumont (the son of No Doubt guitarist Thomas Dumont) and Koa Egan (the son of Westlife singer Kian Egan)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Koah

 

Lou

 

  • Origin: German and French gender-neutral name
  • Meaning: “Famous battle,” “famous warrior,” or “renowned warrior
  • Pronunciation: “loo”
  • Length: 3 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Former NASCAR Cup Series team owner Lou Viglione and Filipino-American actor and film director Lou Diamond Phillips (real name Lou Diamond Upchurch)
  • Also after Lou Thesz (the ring name of American wrestler Aloysius Martin Thesz)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Diminutive of “Louis,” “Lewis,” or “Ludwig” 

 

Madison

 

  • Origin: Old English gender-neutral name
  • Meaning: Southern boy name that means “son of Matthew,” “son of Maud,” “good son,” or “mighty in battle”
  • Pronunciation: “ma-duh-sn”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+ (boys) and #34 (girls)
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Australian international netball player Madison Browne and American football player Madison Hedgecock
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Maddison, Madyson, and Madisson

 

Monet 

 

  • Origin: French, Latin, and Hebrew unisex name
  • Meaning: “To be heard” or “fortunate protector”
  • Pronunciation: “mow-nay”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actress Monet Happy Mazur and singer and actress Monet Tatianna Monico 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Monnet

 

Reima

 

  • Pronunciation: “ray-mah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Reimma and Reimah

 

Shiwen

 

  • Meaning: “Warrior of culture”
  • Pronunciation: “shee-wen”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Chinese swimmer and Olympic gold medalist Yu Shiwen (Chinese names are written as last name + first name)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Cool & Modern Names With Warrior Meanings (For Boys & Girls)

Unique Names That Mean “Strong, Powerful, Or Brave Warrior

Adir

 

  • Origin: Hebrew boy name
  • Meaning: Rare boy name that means “powerful” or “mighty”
  • Pronunciation: “ah-deer”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Israeli TV producer and journalist Adir Zik and actor and comedian Adir Miller
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Adirr, Addir, and Adeer

 

Bahaadur

 

  • Origin: Hindi and Arabic boy name 
  • Meaning: Brave warrior
  • Pronunciation: “bah-haa-dr”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Bahadur and Bahaadoor

 

Batair

 

  • Origin: Gaelic boy name
  • Meaning: Strong warrior
  • Pronunciation: “bah-tayr”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Batayr

 

Bhaltair

 

  • Origin: Scottish and Urdu (an Indic language) boy name
  • Meaning: Strong fighter
  • Pronunciation: “bahl-tayr”
  • Length: 8 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Baltair and Bhaltayr

 

Conrad

 

  • Origin: German boy name
  • Meaning: “Brave ruler,” “brave counsel,” or “a fearless, strong ruler or guide”
  • Pronunciation: “kon-rad”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #574
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American mountaineer Conrad Anker and scrabble player Conrad Bassett-Bouchard
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Coonrad, Kunrad, Konrad, and Koendert (Dutch)

 

Everett 

 

  • Origin: Old English and German boy name
  • Meaning: “The strength and courage of a wild boar,” “brave and strong bear,” or “strong as a boar”
  • Pronunciation: “eh-vr-uht”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #81
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American screenwriter and producer Everett Freeman and actor Everett Brown
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Everet and Everitt

 

Freya

 

  • Origin: Scandinavian and Old Norse girl name
  • Meaning: “Noble lady”
  • Pronunciation: “fray-uh”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: After the powerful Old Norse warrior goddess of protection and the Scandinavian goddess of love 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Freyja

 

Gunner 

 

  • Origin: Scandinavian boy name
  • Meaning: “Warrior,” “battler,” or “bold warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “guh-nr”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #387
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American football quarterback Gunner Kiel and actor Gunner Wright 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Gunnie, Gunnor, and Gunnar

 

Günter

 

  • Origin: German boy name
  • Meaning: Masculine name that means “battle warrior” or “army”
  • Pronunciation: “gun-tr”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American football coach Gunther Cunningham and Austrian-American historian Günter Bischof
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Gunther, Guenther, Ginther, Gunder, and Gunnar

 

Raynor

 

  • Origin: Norse boy name
  • Meaning: Tough boy name that means “mighty army” or “deciding warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “ray-nor”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British long-distance walker and writer Raynor Winn
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Rainer, Raynera, Raenor, Raynier, Rainor, and Raener

 

Tillie

 

  • Origin: Modern German girl name
  • Meaning: “Mighty in battle” or “mighty in war”
  • Pronunciation: “tee-lee”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American children’s author Tillie Schloss Pine and novelist Tillie Lerner Olsen
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Tilda and Tilly 

 

Walt

 

  • Origin: German boy name
  • Meaning: 1 syllable boy name that means “powerful warrior” or “commander of the army”
  • Pronunciation: “walt”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American baseball executive Walt Jocketty and the fictional character Walt Lloyd in the TV series “Lost
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a common short form of “Walter” and similar names

 

What Names Mean “Fearless Soldier” Or “Famous Warrior”?

Aloysius

 

  • Origin: Old German boy name
  • Meaning: Famous warrior
  • Pronunciation: “ah-loy-syoos”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: English rugby league footballer Aloysius John Jordan and French Romantic poet, journalist, and playwright Aloysius Bertrand 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Aloisio (Portuguese) and Aloyssius

 

Clothilda

 

  • Origin: German girl name
  • Meaning: “Renowned in battle”
  • Pronunciation: “klow-teel-dah”
  • Length: 9 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: US Homeland Security executive director Clothilda Taylor
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Clotilda and Clothilde

 

Clotille

 

  • Origin: French girl name 
  • Meaning: “Famous in battle”
  • Pronunciation: “klow-teel”
  • Length: 8 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Clothille

 

Clovis

 

  • Origin: Old German and French boy name
  • Meaning: “Renowned fighter” or “glorious in battle”
  • Pronunciation: “klow-vuhs”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Cameroonian football player Clovis Kamdjo and French actor Clovis Cornillac 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Clovvis and Cloviss

 

Dustin

 

  • Origin: English and German boy name
  • Meaning: Thor’s stone,” “brave warrior,” or “valiant fighter”
  • Pronunciation: “dust-ihn”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #632
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actor Dustin Lee Hoffman and country music singer-songwriter Dustin Lynch
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Dusten, Dusttinn, Duston, and Dustyn

 

Eberado

 

  • Origin: German and Spanish boy name
  • Meaning: “Daring” or “brave, strong boar”
  • Pronunciation: “eh-beh-rar-doh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Chilean footballer Eberardo Villalobos Schad and Italian Olympic skier Eberardo Schmalzl
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Everardo, Everrard, and Everard

 

Einar

 

  • Origin: Scandinavian boy name
  • Meaning: “Battle leader” or “one warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “ai-naar”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Icelandic poet and lawyer Einar Benediktsson and Norwegian footballer Einar Jan Aas
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Eynar, Ejnar, and Einari

 

Eloy

 

  • Origin: Spanish and Latin boy name 
  • Meaning: Renowned warrior,” “high and chosen,” or “the chosen one”
  • Pronunciation: “eeh-loy”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Peruvian former footballer Eloy Campos and Spanish actor Eloy Azorin
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Elloy and Eloi

 

Lewis

 

  • Origin: German and Old English boy name
  • Meaning:Renowned warrior” or “famous warrior
  • Pronunciation: “loo-uhs”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #489
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American aviator Lewis Yancey and English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson author’s pen name, Lewis Carroll (the writer of “Alice in Wonderland”)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ludwig (German) and Ludvig (Scandinavian)

 

Lothar

 

  • Origin: German boy name 
  • Meaning: “Instilled with a fighting spirit” or “famous army”
  • Pronunciation: “low-thar”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: East German footballer Lothar Spranger and historian and writer Lothar Machtan
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Luthar, Lotar, Lothaire, and Lotarius

 

Louisa

 

  • Origin: German and Latin girl name
  • Meaning: Renowned warrior
  • Pronunciation: “loo-eeh-sah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American short story writer, poet, and novelist Louisa May Alcott and English actress Louisa Clein 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Louise and Louissa; also the Latinate feminine version of “Louis” 

 

Luane

 

  • Origin: American, French, Hebrew, German, and Hawaiian girl name 
  • Meaning: Combines “Lou” (famous warrior) with “Anne” (a name that means “grace”)
  • Also a name that means “graceful battle maiden” or “graceful woman in the battle”
  • Pronunciation: “loo-ann”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Filipino TV personality Luane Dy and Brazilian DJ Luane De Lima
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Luann, Luanne, and Luana

 

Malou

 

  • Origin: Danish girl name
  • Meaning: “Famous battle,” “rebellious,” “sea of bitterness,” “star of the sea,” or a rainbow baby name that means “wished-for child”
  • Pronunciation: “mah-loo”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Swedish actress and model Malou Hansson and Filipino actress Malou de Guzman
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Maloui and Malouise; also a combination of “Marie” and “Louise

 

Names That Mean “Mighty Warrior”

Garrick 

 

  • Origin: Old English and Teutonic (a Germanic, Indo-European language) boy name
  • Meaning: “One who governs with a spear,” “spear king,” “oak tree grove,” or “mighty warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “geh-ruhk”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American pianist Garrick Ohlsson and actor and screenwriter Garrick Dowhen 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Garik and Garick

 

Gideon

 

  • Origin: Hebrew boy name
  • Meaning: “Having a stump for a hand,” “a great destroyer,” “feller or hewer (one who cuts down),” or “mighty warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “gi-dee-uhn”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #333
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Biblical name after the Israelite military leader who led a small band of around 300 men to battle a great Midianite army – and they won with God’s help
  • Also after modern namesakes such as English jazz musician and actor Gideon Emery 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Giddeon, Gidieon, and Guideon

 

What Names Mean “God’s Warrior” For Boys?

Ezekiel

 

  • Origin: Hebrew boy name
  • Meaning: Spiritual name that means “strength of God,” “God will strengthen,” or “God will fortify”
  • Pronunciation: “uh-zee-kee-uhl”
  • Length: 7 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #49
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Biblical boy name after the Prophet Ezekiel in the Old Testament
  • Also after modern namesakes such as Ghanaian football player Ezekiel Ansah and American football player Ezekiel “Zeke” Moreno 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ezequiel, Esequiel, and Ezekkiel

 

Gabriel 

 

  • Origin: Hebrew boy name
  • Meaning: God is a strong man” or “God is my strength”
  • Pronunciation: “gayb-ree-yel”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #36
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American stand-up comedian and actor Gabriel Jesús Iglesias and Colombian novelist, screenwriter, and short-story writer Gabriel Márquez
  • Also an angel name after the Archangel Gabriel who delivered the news of Jesus’ coming birth to Mary and Joseph
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Gavriel and Gavril (Bulgarian)

 

Hercules

 

  • Origin: Greek and Latin boy name
  • Meaning: “Warrior of God” or “the glory of Hera (Greek goddess and queen of the gods)”
  • Pronunciation: “her-kyoo-leez”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Greek-Canadian boxer Hercules Kyvelos and American baseball player Hercules Burnett
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Herculez, Heracles, and Herakles

 

Jimmu

 

  • Meaning: “Divine warrior” or “god warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “jee-moo”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: After Emperor Jimmu, the legendary first emperor of Japan
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Jimu

 

Oscar

 

  • Origin: Old English, Spanish, Old Norse, Gaelic, and Irish boy name
  • Meaning: Hispanic boy name that means “spear of the gods,” “loving friend,” or “divine spear”
  • Pronunciation: “aas-kr”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #201
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Colombian cyclist Óscar Álvarez and Mexican professional boxer Óscar Valdez
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Oskar, Ásgeirr (Old Norse), and Osgar (Scottish Gaelic)

 

What’s The Greek Name For “Warrior”?

Alcinder

 

  • Origin: Boy name of Greek origin 
  • Meaning: “Warrior” or “man’s defender”
  • Pronunciation: “ahl-sin-dr”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Alcindor and Alcinderr

 

Ares

 

  • Origin: Greek boy name
  • Meaning: Powerful name that means “ruin,” “throng of battle,” or “war”
  • Pronunciation: “air-eez”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #482
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Greek god of war and courage (the counterpart of the Roman god of war, Mars)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Arres

 

Ptolemy

 

  • Origin: Ancient Greek boy name
  • Meaning: “Aggressive” or “warlike”
  • Pronunciation: “taa-leh-mee”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: After the historical figure Ptolemy, an Egyptian astronomer, geographer, and mathematician in the 100s
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Tolomeo (Italian), Talmai (Hebrew), and Ptolemaeus (Latin)

 

What Names Mean “Soldier”?

Armando

 

  • Origin: Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian boy name
  • Meaning: Hispanic boy name that means “soldier” or “army man”
  • Pronunciation: “ar-man-doh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #547
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American acid house musician Armando Gallop and Mexican Mayan musician-singer Armando Manzanero
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Mexican variation of the German boy name “Herman”

 

Armin

 

  • Origin: Ancient Persian and Old German boy name
  • Meaning: “Soldier,” “hope,” “guardian,” “defender,” “universal,” or “whole”
  • Pronunciation: “ahr-meen”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: German basketball player Armin Andres and Swiss footballer Armin Alesevic 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Arrmin and Arminn

 

Herman

 

  • Origin: German boy name
  • Meaning: “Warrior” or “soldier”
  • Pronunciation: “huhr-muhn”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Danish painter Herman Vedel and Guam-born American mixed martial artist Herman Terrado
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Armando, Armand, Ermanno, and Hermann

 

Miles

 

  • Origin: German, Latin, Norman, and English unisex name
  • Meaning: “Soldier,” “gracious,” “servant,” or “merciful”
  • Pronunciation: “mylez”
  • Length: 5 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: #55
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Canadian guitarist and record producer Miles Holmwood and American jazz trumpeter Miles Davis 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Myles, Milosz, Mylo, Milan, and Milo

 

Myla

 

  • Origin: British and French girl name 
  • Meaning: Badass girl name that means “soldier,” “merciful,” or “gracious”
  • Pronunciation: “mai-lah”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #185
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American novelist Myla Goldberg and Native American historian Myla Vicenti Carpio
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Mila, Mylah, and Milla

 

Names Meaning “Knight” Or “Cavalry”?

Chevalier 

 

  • Origin: French boy name 
  • Meaning: “Horseman” or “knight”
  • Pronunciation: “shee-vah-lee-er”
  • Length: 9 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Afro-French classical composer Chevalier de Saint-Georges and French author Chevalier de Mailly
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Cavalier

 

Faris

 

  • Origin: Arabic boy name
  • Meaning: “Knight,” “horseman,” or “cavalier”
  • Pronunciation: “fah-rees”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Iraqi-German professional triathlete Faris Al-Sultan and British film director Faris Kermani 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Farris, Fares, and Farres

 

Satriya

 

  • Origin: Indonesian girl name
  • Meaning: “Knight”
  • Pronunciation: “saht-ree-yah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Sattriya

 

Names That Mean “Fighter”

Barrett

 

  • Origin: Middle English and Hebrew boy name
  • Meaning: “Bear strength” (a name that means “strong”) or “fighter”
  • Pronunciation: “barr-utt”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #208
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actor Barrett Carnahan
  • Also a last name (such as after American actor Brendon Ryan Barrett)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Barett and Barret

 

Boriša

 

  • Origin: Vlach (Macedo-Romanian) and Persian unisex name
  • Meaning: “Fighter” or a goddess name that means “heavenly,” “celestial,” or “godlike”
  • Pronunciation: “boh-ree-sah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Serbian professional basketball player Boriša Simanić and Bosnian international official Boriša Falatar
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Borrisa, Borise, and Boris (boy name)

 

Kaiden

 

  • Origin: American, Celtic, Scottish, and Irish unisex name
  • Meaning: “Fighter,” “white warrior,” or “battle white”
  • Pronunciation: “kay-dn”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #167 (boys) and 1,000+ (girls)
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Canadian ice hockey player Kaiden Guhle and American child actor Kaiden Chapman
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kayden, Caiden, and Cayden

 

Titus

 

  • Origin: Ancient Roman, Latin, and Hebrew boy name
  • Meaning: “Title of honor,” “fighter,” or “protector of justice”
  • Pronunciation: “tai-tuhs”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #362
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Biblical boy name after the early Christian missionary Titus who was also a church leader in the Bible 
  • Other namesakes include American football player Titus Leo and the fictional main character in “Titus Andronicus” by William Shakespeare
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Tytus (Polish name), Tittus, and Tiitus

 

Names That Mean “Protector” For Boys & Girls

Asim

 

  • Origin: Arabic boy name
  • Meaning: “Protector,” “guardian,” or “savior”
  • Pronunciation: “ah-seem”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Turkish-American theoretical physicist Asım Orhan Barut and Tabi’un and Early Hadith (ancient manuscripts) scholar Asim ibn Omar
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Assim 

 

Claremonde

 

  • Origin: French and German girl name
  • Meaning: “Bright protector” or “brilliant protectress”
  • Pronunciation: “klayr-mond”
  • Length: 10 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Clarimond, Clairemonde, and Clairemonte

 

Manpal

 

  • Origin: Indian – Hindi boy name
  • Meaning: “Protector of the spirit” or “respectful person”
  • Pronunciation: “man-pahl”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Mannpal

 

Mao

 

  • Meaning: “Protector” or “true center”
  • Pronunciation: “mow”
  • Length: 3 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Japanese film and voice actress Mao Ichimichi and professional golfer Mao Saigo
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Munda

 

  • Origin: Old Norse  and Slovenian girl name
  • Meaning: “Protector” or “bull”
  • Pronunciation: “moon-dah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also the name of a tribe in India 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Munnda, Mundah, and Mundda

 

Olesia

 

  • Meaning: “Protector of humanity,” “defender of man,” or “girl living in the forest”
  • Pronunciation: “oh-lesh-yah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Finnish ice dancer Olesia Karmi and Ukrainian DJ Olesia Arkusha (also known as Miss Monique)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Olessia and Olesya; also a form of “Alexandra” or similar names

 

Oman

 

  • Origin: Hindi and Swedish boy name
  • Meaning: “Protector,” “giver of life,” “friend,” or an earthy name that means “island”
  • Pronunciation: “ow-man”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a place name after a country in the Middle East
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Omman and Omann

 

Ramon

 

  • Origin: Catalan and Spanish boy name
  • Meaning: “Protector” or “advisor”
  • Pronunciation: “rah-mon”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #775
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Cuban javelin thrower Ramón González and Argentine football player and coach Ramón Díaz
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a variation of Raymond and Raymund

 

Ramona

 

  • Origin: Spanish, Old German, and Hungarian girl name
  • Meaning: “Protecting hands” or “wise protector” 
  • Pronunciation: “rah-moh-nah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #794
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British child actress Ramona Marquez and American actress Ramona Young 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ramone; also a feminine version of the Spanish boy name “Ramon”

 

Raymond

 

  • Origin: Norman French, German, and English boy name
  • Meaning: “Guards wisely,” “wise protector,” “protecting hands,” or “protector”
  • Pronunciation: “ray-muhnd”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #343
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American professional wrestler Raymond Rowe and sculptor Raymond Kaskey
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Raimond, Ramundi, Raimund, and Raimondo

 

Vermundo

 

  • Origin: Visigothic (Early Germanic) boy name
  • Meaning: “True protector,” “sacred protector,” or “blessed guardian”
  • Pronunciation: “ver-moon-dow”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Other Names That Mean “Warrior” For Boys & Girls

Cadman

 

  • Origin: Anglo-Saxon boy name 
  • Meaning: “Warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “kad-mahn”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a last name (such as after British actress and television presenter Stacey Cadman and American composer Charles Wakefield Cadman)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kadman, Caddman, and Cadmann

 

Danuwoa

 

  • Meaning: “The warrior” 
  • Pronunciation: “dah-noo-woh-ah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Earl 

 

  • Origin: North American and English boy name
  • Meaning: “Warrior,” “nobleman,” or a prince name
  • Pronunciation: “url”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Irish freestyle swimmer Earl McCarthy and American professional basketball player  Earl Watson
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Erol, Errol, Erroll, and Erle

 

Evander

 

  • Origin: Greek, Scottish, English, and Old Norse boy name
  • Meaning: “Strong man” or “bow warrior
  • Pronunciation: “eeh-van-dr”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #823
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Canadian ice hockey player Evander Frank Kane and American former professional boxer Evander Holyfield
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Evvander, Evandder, and Evandyr; also coming from the Old Norse name “Ívarr”

 

Helmer

 

  • Origin: German and Swedish boy name 
  • Meaning: “Helmeted warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “hel-mr”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Norwegian sport shooter Helmer Hermandsen and Swedish writer and poet Helmer Grundström
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Helmerr

 

Kamau

 

  • Origin: Kenyan and Kikuyu – African boy name
  • Meaning: “Quiet warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “kaa-mah-uw”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a middle name for boys (such as after Caribbean scholar and poet Edward Kamau Brathwaite and American stand-up comic and TV host Walter Kamau Bell)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kammau

 

Minka

 

  • Meaning: “Strong-willed warrior,” “gilded helmet,” or a girl name that means “strong”
  • Pronunciation: “ming-kah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: German filmmaker and novelist Minka Pradelski and American actress Minka Dumont Kelly
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Minke

 

Mordecai

 

  • Origin: Hebrew boy name 
  • Meaning: “Warrior” or “follower of Marduk (a Babylonian god who ruled with compassion)”
  • Pronunciation: “mor-duh-kai”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+ 
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American science fiction writer Mordecai Roshwald and Israeli basketball player Mordecai “Moti” Daniel
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Mordekai, Mordicai, Mordichai, Mordechai, and Mordechaj

 

Murphy

 

  • Origin: Irish boy name
  • Meaning: Sea warrior” 
  • Pronunciation: “mur-fee”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #885
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American comics artist Murphy Anderson and former professional tennis player Murphy Jensen
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: MacMurphy, Morphy, Murphey, and Murphree

 

Owen

 

  • Origin: Old English, Welsh, and Irish boy name
  • Meaning:Young warrior,” “noble-born,” or “born to nobility”
  • Pronunciation: “oh-in”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #18
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British film and television director Owen Harris and Australian race car driver Owen Kelly 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Owain and Owyn

 

Owena

 

  • Origin: Welsh girl name 
  • Meaning: Young warrior
  • Pronunciation: “oh-wee-nuh”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a feminine form of “Owen” and similar names

 

Ragnar

 

  • Origin: Norse boy name
  • Meaning: “Judgment” or “warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “raag-naar”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Finnish-Swedish Nobel laureate Ragnar Granit and Swedish wrestler Ragnar Fogelmark 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ragnahar, Raggnar, Ragnarr, and Rainier (French boy name)

 

Safdar

 

  • Origin: Persian boy name
  • Meaning: “Warrior,” “violent warrior,” “brave,” or “one who is piercing lines”
  • Pronunciation: “saf-dr”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Australia-based comic artist, community worker, and  zinemaker Safdar Ahmed and Indian Nawab (Muslim leader) Safdar Ali Khan
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Sloan

 

  • Origin: Gaelic boy name
  • Meaning: “Warrior” or “raider”
  • Pronunciation: “slown”
  • Length: 5 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American writer Sloan Wilson
  • Also a last name (such as after American football coach Steve Sloan and Canadian art historian Kim Sloan)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Sloane (girl name)

 

Truda

 

  • Origin: German and Polish girl name
  • Meaning: “Warrior woman” or “spear strength”
  • Pronunciation: “troo-dah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: English pottery designer Truda Carter (real name Gertrude Ethel Sharp-Carter)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Trudy and Trudie

 

Vidar

 

  • Origin: Scandinavian boy name
  • Meaning: “Warrior of the woods,” “forest warrior,” or “the quiet god
  • Pronunciation: “vee-dar”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Norwegian politician Vidar Sveinung Kleppe and former professional footballer Vidar Riseth
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Vidarr and Viddar 

 

Names That Mean “Victory” Or “Victorious”

Jaivira

 

  • Origin: Hindi boy name 
  • Meaning: “Victorious warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “hai-vee-eer-uh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Jaiviera and Jaivirra

 

Nike

 

  • Origin: Greek girl name
  • Meaning: “Victory”
  • Pronunciation: “nai-kee”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Greek goddess and personification of victory (depicted as a winged goddess who’s honored in friendly competitions and wartime battles)
  • Also after modern namesakes such as Russian singer Nike Borzov and Swedish Olympic alpine skier Nike Bent
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Nyke; also the counterpart of the Roman goddess of victory, Victoria

 

Nikostratos

 

  • Origin: Greek boy name
  • Meaning: “Army of victory”
  • Pronunciation: “nee-kow-strah-tohs”
  • Length: 11 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also after the fictional main character in “Nicostratos the Pelican
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Nikostratos

 

Ranjit

 

  • Origin: Indian – Hindi boy name 
  • Meaning: “Victorious in battle,” “victorious,” or “influenced by charm”
  • Pronunciation: “ran-jeet”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British playwright and translator Ranjit Bolt and Indian poet Ranjit Hoskote
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ranjeet and Ranjjit

 

Sibbi

 

  • Origin: Danish boy name
  • Meaning: “Victorious hero” or “warrior who won”
  • Pronunciation: “see-bee”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Icelandic violin performer and professor Sibbi Bernhardsson
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Siby and Sibi

 

Sigmund

 

  • Origin: German boy name
  • Meaning: “Victorious protector” or “protection through victory”
  • Pronunciation: “sig-muhnd”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Austrian-Jewish psychologist Sigmund Freud and Norwegian naval architect Sigmund Borgundvåg
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Siegmund, Sigismund, and Zygmunt

 

Sigrid

 

  • Origin: Old Norse and Scandinavian girl name
  • Meaning: “Beautiful victory”
  • Pronunciation: “seeg-reed”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: French fashion model Sigrid Agren and Chilean actress Sigrid Alegría
  • Also a royal name after Princess Sigrid of Sweden
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Siggrid and Sigridd

 

What Names Mean “Survivor” For Boys & Girls?

Abelardo

 

  • Origin: Old German and Spanish boy name
  • Meaning: “Noble and strong” or “surviving”
  • Pronunciation: “ah-beh-lar-doh”
  • Length: 8 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+ 
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Puerto Rican author Abelardo Díaz Alfaro and Italian musician and composer Abelardo Albisi
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Avelardo, Abellardo, Abelarddo, and Aberald

 

Darya

 

  • Origin: Persian girl name
  • Meaning: “The sea” (a name that means “water”) or “survivor”
  • Pronunciation: “dar-yah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Iranian soprano soloist and composer Darya Dadvar and Belarusian tennis player Darya Kustova
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Daria; also a feminine form of “Darius”

 

Kaida

 

  • Origin: Japanese girl name
  • Meaning: “Little dragon,” “survivor,” or a mystical name that means “god of the river”
  • Pronunciation: “kai-dah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a last name (such as after Japanese actress and voice actress Yūko Kaida and video game composer Akari Kaida)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kaidda

 

Makenna

 

  • Meaning: “Abundance,” “happy one,” or “survivor”
  • Pronunciation: “muh-keh-nah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American child actress Makenna Cowgill and tennis player Makenna Jones 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: McKenna and Makena

 

Nereo

 

  • Origin: Greek boy name
  • Meaning: “The one who has survived,” “strong swimmer,” or “liquid and aquatic” 
  • Pronunciation: “neh-ree-oh”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Argentine football goalkeeper Nereo Champagne and Canadian football player Nereo Bolzon
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Neryo, Nerreo, and Nereus

 

Saira

 

  • Origin: Arabic girl name
  • Meaning: “Traveler,” “wanderer,” or “survivor”
  • Pronunciation: “sai-rah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Scottish writer Saira Elizabeth Luiza (pen name Morag Murray Abdullah) and Indian film actress Saira Banu 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Sairra and Sairah

 

Zaiden

 

  • Origin: Arabic boy name
  • Meaning: “Survivor,” “one who has endured,” “god,” “angel,” or “divinity”
  • Pronunciation: “zay-den”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #487
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American child actor Zaiden James and fictional character Zaiden Ryerson in the “Fourth Wing” novel by Rebecca Yarros
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zayden and Zaden

 

Zaki

 

  • Origin: Arabic boy name
  • Meaning: “Pure,” “survivor,” or “full of virtue”
  • Pronunciation: “zah-kee”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Egyptian actor Zaki Rostom and Lebanese composer Zaki Nassif 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zakki, Zaky, and Zakiye

 

What Are Tough Boy Names That Mean “War”?

Ditti

 

  • Origin: Hungarian unisex name 
  • Meaning: “Fortune,” “war,” or “splendor and brightness”
  • Pronunciation: “dee-tee”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Diti

 

Edwige

 

  • Meaning: “War” or “refuge from war”
  • Pronunciation: “ehd-weeg”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: French film actress Edwige Feuillère and Italian actress and film producer Edwige Fenech
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Edwidge and Eddwige

 

Gunther

 

  • Meaning: “War” or “battle warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “gun-thr”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: German track and road cyclist Günther Schumacher and Estonian-Soviet graphic designer Günther Reindorff 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Gunter and Guenther

 

Kaua

 

  • Meaning: “War” or “one who is sensitive by nature”
  • Pronunciation: “kah-ooh-wah”
  • Length: 4 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Brazilian child activist Kauã Rodolfo who wants to help save the Amazon rainforest
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Kelly

 

  • Origin: Irish unisex name
  • Meaning: “War,” “lively,” or “bright-headed”
  • Pronunciation: “keh-lee”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American songwriter and musician Kelly Joe Phelps and Canadian broadcaster and ice hockey player Kelly Hrudey 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kelli

 

Rhyfel

 

  • Origin: Welsh boy name
  • Meaning: “War”
  • Pronunciation: “rai-fel”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also after the book “Rhyfel Sam” by Glenys Mair Lloyd
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ryfel and Rhyffel

 

Sensō

 

  • Origin: Japanese unisex name
  • Meaning: “War,” “fight,” or “battle”
  • Pronunciation: “sen-sow”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a place name after the ancient Buddhist temple Sensō-ji in Tokyo, Japan
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Wojna

 

  • Origin: German and Polish girl name
  • Meaning: “War” or “home war”
  • Pronunciation: “woj-nah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a last name (such as after Puerto Rican neurologist Valerie Wojna and American baseball pitcher Ed Wojna)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Woyna and Wojjna

 

Wymond 

 

  • Origin: Old English boy name
  • Meaning: “Protect through battle” or “man of war”
  • Pronunciation: “wai-mond”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: 16th-century English courtier and politician Sir Wymond Carew and romantic author Wymond Carey (pen name of Sir Charles Grant Robertson)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Wigmund

 

What Are Rare, Unique, & Unusual Warrior Names For Boys & Girls?

Alojzia

 

  • Origin: Hungarian and Slovakian girl name
  • Meaning: “Famous battle” or “glorious in the battle”
  • Pronunciation: “ah-loy-zee-uh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Aloisa and Aloissa

 

Armista

 

  • Origin: Modern English girl
  • Meaning: “An end to battle” or “peace”
  • Pronunciation: “ahr-mees-tah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Bodil

 

  • Origin: Old Norse girl name
  • Meaning: “Improve through battle” or “battle remedy”
  • Pronunciation: “bow-deel”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Danish sprint canoer Bodil Thirstedt and Norwegian operatic soprano Bodil Arnesen
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Bodille, Bodill, and Bothild

 

Borghildr

 

  • Origin: Old Norse girl name
  • Meaning: “Protection in battle”
  • Pronunciation: “borg-heel-dr”
  • Length: 9 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Borghild, Burghild, and Borghildur

 

Cadell

 

  • Origin: Welsh and Scottish boy name
  • Meaning: “Battle,” “spirit of the battle,” or “the wooded stream”
  • Pronunciation: “kay-del”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Prince name after several royals, including Cadell ap Rhodri (the Prince of the ancient kingdom of Seisyllwg from 854 to 909) and Cadell ap Gruffydd (Prince of the ancient kingdom of Deheubarth from 1143 to 1153)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Cadel and Kadell

 

Cadogan

 

  • Origin: Irish and Old Welsh boy name
  • Meaning: “Honor in battle” or “battle glory and honor”
  • Pronunciation: “kah-dow-gn”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Place name after the hamlet of Cadogan in Alberta, Canada
  • Also a last name (such as after Jamaican reggae singer Susan Cadogan and American footballer Gerald Cadogan)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Cadoggan, Cadugon, and Cadwgan

 

Cathán

 

  • Origin: Irish boy name
  • Meaning: “Battle,” “little battler,” or “battle rule”
  • Pronunciation: “kah-than”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Spiritual name after the 6th-century Irish monk Saint Cathan
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Catan, Cattan, and Kathan

 

Daljit

 

  • Origin: Indian and Hindi boy name 
  • Meaning: “Victorious army,” “the conqueror of forces,” or “one who always defeats everyone”
  • Pronunciation: “dahl-jeet”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British poet Daljit Nagra
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Diljit and Daljjit

 

Ditiyahihi

 

  • Origin: Cherokee – Native American boy name
  • Meaning: “Quarreler” or “wrangler”
  • Pronunciation: “dee-tee-yah-hee-hee”
  • Length: 10 letters, 5 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Editha

 

  • Origin: Old French and Old English girl name 
  • Meaning: “Protector,” “older sister,” or “strife for wealth”
  • Pronunciation: “ehd-eeh-thah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Edith, Edyth, and Edita

 

Elbrus

 

  • Origin: Iranian and Persian boy name
  • Meaning: “High guard”
  • Pronunciation: “ehl-bruhs”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a place name after Mount Elbrus, known as the highest mountain in Russia and Europe
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Elbrusa

 

Gunhilda

 

  • Origin: Old Norse girl name
  • Meaning: “Battle maid”
  • Pronunciation: “gun-heel-dah”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Fictional characters Gunhilda Keen in J. K. Rowling’s “Quidditch Through The Ages” and Queen Gunhilda in the movie “Tideland”
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Gunhilde, Gunhjild, Gunilda, Gunnhild, Gundhild, and Gunnhildr

 

Hereswith

 

  • Origin: Old English girl name
  • Meaning: “Strength of the army”
  • Pronunciation: “heh-res-with”
  • Length: 9 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: 7th-century Northumbrian abbess (the head of the abbey of nuns) Saint Hereswith
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Hereswitha, Hereswithe, Haeresvid, and Hereswyde

 

Horatius 

 

  • Origin: Latin and Old English boy name
  • Meaning: “Time keeper,” “season,” or “a hero who saved Rome”
  • Pronunciation: “huh-ray-shee-uhs”
  • Length: 8 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Dutch painter Horatius Paulijn and Scottish poet and churchman Horatius Bonar
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Horatio

 

Ingvild

 

  • Origin: Norwegian girl name
  • Meaning: “Battle” or “Ing’s battle (Ing is a Norse god)”
  • Pronunciation: “eeng-veel”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Norwegian ski mountaineer and heptathlete Ingvild Ryggen Carstens and cross-country skier Ingvild Flugstad Østberg
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Yngvild

 

Ivor

 

  • Origin: English and Scottish Gaelic boy name
  • Meaning: “Archer” or “lord”
  • Pronunciation: “eeh-vor”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Welsh rugby player Ivor Jones and Yugoslavian actor Ivor Sparavalo
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Derived from the Welsh name “Ifor” and “Ívarr”

 

Kimball

 

  • Origin: Welsh and Old English boy name
  • Meaning: “Warrior chief,” “beautiful field,” “the leader of warriors,” “leader,” or “chief”
  • Pronunciation: “kim-buhl”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: After the fictional character Kimball Kinnison in “Galactic Patrol” (a novel in E. E. Smith’s “Lensman” series)
  • Also a last name (such as after American racecar driver Charlie Kimball and punk drummer Jim Kimball)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kimbel, Kimble, Kembel, and Kimbolde

 

Levent

 

  • Origin: Turkish boy name
  • Meaning: “Naval soldier” or “soldier in the Ottoman Navy”
  • Pronunciation: “leh-vent”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Turkish-Swiss footballer Levent Gülen and Turkish musician Levent Çoker
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Levéntis

 

Ludovic

 

  • Origin: English and Scottish boy name
  • Meaning: Famous warrior
  • Pronunciation: “loo-duh-vik”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Romanian wrestler and 1972 Summer Olympics player Ludovic Ambruș and Andorran ski mountaineer Ludovic Albós Cavaliere
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ludovik

 

Marcellina

 

  • Origin: Latin girl name 
  • Pronunciation: “mar-sehl-eeh-nah”
  • Length: 10 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Tanzanian middle-distance runner Marcellina Emmanuel and a spiritual name after Saint Marcellina (4th-century Christian saint)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Marcelline, Marcelina, and Marceline

 

Marcellus 

 

  • Origin: Latin boy name
  • Pronunciation: “mar-sehl-oos”
  • Length: 9 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #760
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American football player Marcellus Vernon Wiley and 3rd century Roman martyr Saint Marcellus of Tangier
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Marcello, Marcelus, and Marcelos

 

Marciana

 

  • Meaning: “Warlike,” “dedicated to Mars,” or “consecrated to the god Mars”
  • Pronunciation: “mar-see-uh-nah”
  • Length: 8 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Royal name after Saint Marciana the Queen (the wife of Emperor Justin I from the 500s era) and the martyr and saint Marciana of Mauretania
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Marcianna and Marciene

 

Marisa

 

  • Origin: Western European, Italian, and Spanish girl name 
  • Meaning: “Famous for war” or “rebel”
  • Pronunciation: “mah-ree-sah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American cartoonist Marisa Acocella Marchetto and English actress Marisa Abela
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Marissa and Marrisa

 

Montford

 

  • Meaning: “The protector’s ford” or an earthy name that means “strong mountain”
  • Pronunciation: “mont-ford”
  • Length: 8 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British Olympic cyclist  Montford George Southall and a country boy name after Chickasaw – Native American cattleman Montford Johnson
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Montfford and Montfordd

 

Ouida

 

  • Meaning: “Famous battle” or “famous warrior
  • Pronunciation: “wee-dee-yah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American painter Ouida Touchon and novelist Ouida Sebestyen
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ouidda

 

Ruihi

 

  • Origin: Maori girl name 
  • Pronunciation: “roo-eeh-hee”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a Maori form of “Lucy”

 

Saladin

 

  • Origin: Arabic boy name
  • Meaning: “Peace through faith”
  • Pronunciation: “sah-lah-deen”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Namesakes include Saladin, the renowned warrior who captured Jerusalem and took control of Palestine in the 1100s
  • Modern namesakes include American-Canadian football player Saladin McCullough and American writer Saladin Ahmed
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Salladin and Saladdin

 

Samaria

 

  • Meaning: “To keep guard from the mountain”
  • Pronunciation: “sah-mah-ree-uh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Biblical girl name after an ancient Palestinian City in what is now Jordan
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Sammaria and Samariya

 

Satella

 

  • Origin: English and Latin girl name
  • Meaning: “Guardian,” “attendant,” “innocent gratitude,” or “honest”
  • Pronunciation: “sah-teh-lah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a witchy name after Satella, the “Witch of Envy” in the anime series “Re:Zero
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Satela and Satelya

 

Seward

 

  • Origin: Old English boy name
  • Meaning: “Victorious guardian” or “sea guardian”
  • Pronunciation: “syoo-ward”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American politician (Dakota Territory Supreme Court associate justice) Seward Smith and “The American Review” publisher Seward Collins 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Sewards

 

Sivert

 

  • Origin: Swedish boy name
  • Meaning: “Guardian of victory”
  • Pronunciation: “sai-vert”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Norwegian musician Sivert Høyem and footballer Sivert Mannsverk
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Sivvert and Sivertt 

 

Thurber

 

  • Origin: Norse boy name 
  • Meaning: Thor the warrior (refers to the Norse god of thunder and lightning)”
  • Pronunciation: “thur-br”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American cartoonist,  playwright, author, and journalist James Grover Thurber
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Thurberr and Thurrber

 

Thyra

 

  • Origin: Scandinavian and Norse girl name 
  • Meaning: “Thunder warrior” or “follower of Thor (god of thunder and lightning)”
  • Also relates to Týr, the Norse god of war
  • Pronunciation: “thai-rah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American short story writer Thyra Samter Winslow and German artist Thyra Schmidt
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Thyrra and Thyrah

 

Valve

 

  • Origin: Estonian and English girl name 
  • Meaning: “To watch over,” “to guard,” or “device that shuts off, closes, or regulates the flow of something (usually fluid but can also be used for gas)”
  • Pronunciation: “vahlv
  • Length: 5 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Estonian politician and journalist Valve Raudnask and Estonian architect and landscape architect Valve Pormeister
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Valv

 

Villads

 

  • Origin: Danish, Old English, and Anglo-Saxon unisex name
  • Meaning: “Desiring battle”
  • Pronunciation: “vee-lads”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Danish award-winning executive producer and creative director Villads Spangsberg and actor Villads Boye
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Villas and Vyllads

 

Vilvi

 

  • Origin: Estonian girl name
  • Meaning: “Watch over” and “to guard”
  • Pronunciation: “veel-vee”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Villvi and Vilvvi

 

Cute & Adorable Warrior Names For Boys & Girls

Alexis 

 

  • Origin: Greek, English, and Russian nonbinary name 
  • Meaning: “Defender of the people” or “defending warrior
  • Pronunciation: “ah-lek-sis”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #361 (girls) and #460 (boys)
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Ukrainian-Canadian musician and composer Alexis Kochan and American voice actress Alexis Tipton
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Alex, Alexandra, Alexia, and Alexi

 

Aloise

 

  • Origin: French girl name
  • Pronunciation: “ah-loys”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Fictional main character in the French drama film “Aloïse
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Aloysius (boy name), Alois, and Aloyse

 

Alphonse

 

  • Origin: Old French and German boy name
  • Meaning: “Noble” and “ready for battle”
  • Pronunciation: “ahl-fons”
  • Length: 8 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: French novelist and playwright Alphonse Boudard and Cameroonian actor and movie director Alphonse Beni
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Alfonse, Alfonso, Alphonso, and Alpphonse

 

Alvaro

 

  • Pronunciation: “ahl-vah-roh”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Spanish film actor Álvaro Morte and Mexican film actor Álvaro Guerrero
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Alvar, Alver, Alawar (Germanic), Alves (Portuguese), and Alvarus (Gothic name)

 

Armani

 

  • Origin: Italian, German, and Persian boy name
  • Meaning: “Soldier,” “hope,” or “wish”
  • Pronunciation: “ahr-mah-nee”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #398
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American stock car racing driver Armani Williams and English footballer Armani Little
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Armanni, Armmani, and Arrmani

 

Bade

 

  • Meaning: “Battle” or “one who comes out victorious in battle”
  • Pronunciation: “bayd
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a last name (such as after American journalist Rachael Bade and German footballer Alexander Bade)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Bayd

 

Berk

 

  • Meaning: “Firm and strong” or a nature name that means “birch tree meadow”
  • Pronunciation: “burk”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Turkish footballer Berk Neziroğluları and ice dancer Berk Akalın
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Birk, Berke, and Burk

 

Bernard

 

  • Meaning: Tough boy name that means “as strong as a bear,” “brave bear,” or a name that means “strong”
  • Pronunciation: “buhr-nahrd”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American NASCAR racing driver Bernard Alvarez and Australian professional tennis player Bernard Tomic 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Berinhard, Bernhard, and Berrnard

 

Cadel 

 

  • Origin: Welsh boy name 
  • Meaning: “Battle,” “spirit of the battle,” or “small battle”
  • Pronunciation: “kay-del”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Australian professional cyclist Cadel Lee Evans (also the 2011 Tour de France winner)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kadel and Caydel

 

Cadoc

 

  • Origin: Welsh boy name
  • Meaning: “Battle glory”
  • Pronunciation: “kay-dok”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: 11th-century Prince Cadoc of Cornwall (prince name) and a spiritual name after Saint Cadoc 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Cadog and Kadoc

 

Cahir

 

  • Origin: Irish boy name
  • Meaning: “Battle man” or “warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “kah-heer”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Mystical name after fictional character Cahir Mawr Dyffryn aep Ceallach in “The Witcher” drama series
  • Also a place name after the town of Cahir in County Tipperary, Ireland
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kahir, Cathair, and Chathair

 

Callan

 

  • Origin: Scottish and Gaelic boy name
  • Meaning: “Battle,” “descendent of Cathalan,” or “powerful in battle”
  • Pronunciation: “kah-lan”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #353
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American Olympic snowboarder Callan Chythlook-Sifsof and Australian rules footballer Callan Beasy
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kallan, Cailen, Kailen, and Calan

 

Clancy

 

  • Meaning: “Offspring of a red-headed soldier” or “son of the red warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “klan-see”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American track and field sprinter Clancy Edwards and English journalist Clancy Chassay
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Clancee

 

Denzel

 

  • Origin: Welsh boy name
  • Meaning: “High stronghold” or “from the fertile land”
  • Pronunciation: “den-zehl”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actor Denzel Washington (full name Denzel Hayes Washington Jr.) and Canadian football player Denzel Radford 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Denzzel, Dennzel, and Denzell

 

Griffith 

 

  • Origin: Welsh boy name
  • Meaning: “Chief,” “strong lord,” or “fierce chief”
  • Pronunciation: “gree-fuhth”
  • Length: 8 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Welsh rugby union player Griffith “Giotto” Griffiths and actor, TV presenter, writer, and comedian Griffith “Griff” Rhys Jones
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Griffyth

 

Harbin

 

  • Origin: German boy name 
  • Meaning: Cute boy name that means “little bright warrior” or “brilliant or illustrious warrior
  • Pronunciation: “hahr-been”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a place name after a city in Heilongjiang Province, China
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Harrbin, Harbbin, and Harbinn

 

Hartwig

 

  • Origin: German boy name
  • Meaning: “Courageous in battle”
  • Pronunciation: “hart-weeg”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: German race walker Hartwig Gauder and West German show jumper Hartwig Steenken
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Härtwig (with accent)

 

Harv

 

  • Meaning: “Battle worthy”
  • Pronunciation: “harv”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Canadian author, motivational speaker, and businessman T. Harv Eker
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a diminutive of “Harvey”

 

Hedy

 

  • Origin: English unisex name
  • Meaning: “Battle,” “delightful,” “sweet,” or “warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “heh-dee”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Dutch politician, sociologist, and geographer Hedy d’Ancona and Austrian-American Olympic swimmer Hedy Bienenfeld 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a variant or nickname of the Germanic boy name “Hedwig”

 

Hervé

 

  • Meaning: “Battle worthy”
  • Pronunciation: “her-vay”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: French cross-country skier Hervé Balland and French-Malagasy footballer Hervé Arsène
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Harvey and Hervey

 

Hilda

 

  • Meaning: “Battle woman,” “hiding,” and “secrecy”
  • Pronunciation: “heel-dah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Swedish actress Hilda Borgström and Argentine stage, TV, and screen actress Hilda Bernard
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Hilde, Hillda, Hildah, and Hildah

 

Howard

 

  • Origin: Old English and ancient Scandinavian boy name
  • Meaning: “Chief guardian,” “braveheart,” “high guardian,” “army guard,” or “high defender”
  • Pronunciation: “how-urd”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British novelist and journalist Howard Jacobson and American fine art photographer Howard Schatz
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Hereward and Howward

 

Jamari

 

  • Pronunciation: “jah-mah-ree”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #512
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American NFL player Jamari Lattimore and a name that means “water” after the Jamari River in western Brazil
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Jammari and Jamarri

 

Jerry

 

  • Origin: English and French boy name
  • Meaning: “Spear warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “jeh-ree”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #753
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American professional wrestler Jerry Lynn and soul singer and songwriter Jerry Butler
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Jeri, Geri, Gerry, and Jery

 

Kane

 

  • Origin: Hebrew and Scottish boy name
  • Meaning: “Spear,” “warlike,” or “little battler”
  • Pronunciation: “kayn”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: #360
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American country singer Kane Brown and Australian jazz and classical singer Kane Alexander
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kain, Keane, Keene, and Kanie

 

Kavan

 

  • Origin: Breton, Irish, and Gaelic boy name
  • Meaning: “Battle,” “hollow,” or “handsome”
  • Pronunciation: “kay-van”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actor Kavan Reece and Canadian actor Kavan Smith
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kavvan and Kavann

 

Kelsey 

 

  • Origin: Old English nonbinary name
  • Meaning: “Victorious ship,” “river landing place,” or “fierce island”
  • Pronunciation: “kel-see”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #629
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Canadian track cyclist Kelsey Mitchell and American-Australian basketball player Kelsey Griffin
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Chelsey, Kelsei, and Chelsea

 

Kyda

 

  • Origin: Arabic girl name
  • Meaning: Girl name that means “strong”
  • Pronunciation: “kai-dah”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kaida, Kydah, and Kydda

 

Louis 

 

  • Origin: Old English and French boy name
  • Meaning: Cool boy name that means “loot bringer,” “renowned warrior,” or “famous battle”
  • Pronunciation: “lou-eeh”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #246
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Royal name after Prince Louis (a British royal as the youngest son of Crown Prince William and Kate Middleton)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Luis (Spanish) and Luay (Arabic boy name)

 

Luigi

 

  • Meaning: Renowned warrior” or “famous in war”
  • Pronunciation: “loo-eeh-gee”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Percussionist and contemporary music composer Luigi Morleo and Italian-American journalist Luigi Barzini, Jr.
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a form of “Louis

 

Marceau 

 

  • Origin: French boy name
  • Meaning: Little warrior
  • Pronunciation: “mar-kow”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: French journalist Marceau Pivert and football player Marceau Somerlinck
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Marco, Marko, and Mark

 

Marcel

 

  • Origin: French, Romaic (a modern Greek language), and Latin boy name
  • Meaning:Young warrior,” “belonging to Mars (Roman god of war),” “little warrior,” or “warlike”
  • Pronunciation: “maar-sel”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #660
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Canadian ice hockey coach Marcel Comeau and French mime artist and actor Marcel Marceau
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Marcus, Marcellus, Marcello, and Marcell

 

Mark

 

  • Origin: Old English and Latin boy name
  • Meaning: “To be warlike,” “of Mars (the Roman god of war),” or “consecrated to the god Mars”
  • Pronunciation: “mark”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: #247
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Biblical boy name (such as after Mark the Evangelist)
  • Modern namesakes include American author Mark Twain and actor Mark Wahlberg
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Marek (Estonian), Marcus, Marc, Marco (Dutch and Italian name), and Margh (Cornish – Celtic boy name)

 

Marsha

 

  • Origin: American girl name
  • Meaning: “Warlike”
  • Pronunciation: “mar-shah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American professional poker player Marsha Waggoner and British actress Marsha Thomason
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a diminutive of “Marcella”

 

Maud

 

  • Origin: French girl name 
  • Meaning: “Strength in battle” or “battle mighty”
  • Pronunciation: “maad”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Dutch television presenter Maud Hawinkels and Swedish actress Maud Adams
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Maude

 

Millicent

 

  • Origin: German and Old French girl name
  • Meaning: “Strong in work,” “labor strength,” or “brave strength”
  • Pronunciation: “mee-lee-suhnt”
  • Length: 9 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Portuguese-American poet and writer Millicent Borges Accardi and English actress and singer Millicent Mary Lillian Martin
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Milicent

 

Milo

 

  • Origin: Latin boy name 
  • Meaning: “Soldier” or “merciful”
  • Pronunciation: “mai-low”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #120
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actor Milo Ventimiglia and Italian artist Milo Manara
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Miles and Mylo

 

Ojore

 

  • Origin: Nigerian – African boy name
  • Meaning: Strong boy name that means “warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “oh-joh-reh”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American artist Ojore Nuru Lutalo 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ojjore and Ojorre

 

Oliver

 

  • Origin: Medieval English, Latin, Old French, and ancient German boy name
  • Meaning: “Olive tree planter” or an elf boy name that means “elf warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “ol-eeh-ver”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #3
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American physicist Oliver Keith Baker and British tennis player and actor Oliver Golding
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Comes from the Germanic name “Alfher” or the Latin name “Olivarius”

 

Ottolie

 

  • Origin: French girl name
  • Meaning: “Prospers in battle,” “prosperous in war,” or “battle riches”
  • Pronunciation: “oh-tuh-lee”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ottilie, Ottoline, and Ottolee

 

Roger

 

  • Origin: German boy name
  • Meaning: Aesthetic boy name that means “famous spearman” or “famous spear”
  • Pronunciation: “row-jr”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #749
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Trinidad and Tobago track cyclist Roger Gibbon and Swiss tennis player Roger Federer
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Rogger, Rutgier, Rogerio (Portuguese), and Ruggiero

 

Rollo

 

  • Origin: German, Old Norse, and Scottish Gaelic boy name 
  • Meaning: “Wolf counsel” or “famed wolf”
  • Pronunciation: “row-low”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American psychologist and author Rollo Reese May and British actor Rollo Percival Loring Weeks
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Rolfr and Rollow

 

Rǫskva

 

  • Origin: Icelandic girl name
  • Meaning: “Brave” and “vigorous”
  • Pronunciation: “rosk-vah” 
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a mythical name after Röskva, one of the two siblings who were servants of the Norse god Thor (she and her brother Thjalfi accompanied the Norse god in his travels)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Röskva (different accent) or Roskva (without accent) 

 

Sacha 

 

  • Meaning: “Defending men,” “defending warrior,” or “defender of mankind”
  • Pronunciation: “sash-uh”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Namesakes: American wrestler Sasha Banks and British actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen
  • Variants: Sasa, Sasha, and Sascha

 

Seron

 

  • Origin: Hungarian and Hindu girl name
  • Meaning: “Fierce brightness” or “spiritual”
  • Pronunciation: “say-ron”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a last name (such as after Belgian comic book artist Pierre Seron and water polo player Guillaume Séron)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Serron and Seyron

 

Swain

 

  • Origin: Ol Norse and English boy name
  • Meaning: “Knight’s attendant” or “boy”
  • Pronunciation: “swayn”
  • Length: 5 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a last name (such as after French psychiatrist and writer Gladys Swain and American professional basketball player Bennie Swain)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Swayn, Swein, and Sweyn

 

Sweeney 

 

  • Origin: Gaelic and Irish boy name
  • Meaning: “The little hero” or “pleasant”
  • Pronunciation: “swee-nee”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Namesakes/Description: Australian actor Sweeney Young and Russian-born Canadian professional ice hockey player Sweeney Schriner
  • Variants: Sweenie

 

Tew

 

  • Pronunciation: “too”
  • Length: 3 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a last name (such as after American abstract artist Gloria Tew and British Internet self-promoter Alex Tew)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Taw

 

Tore

 

  • Origin: Scandinavian boy name
  • Meaning: Thor’s warrior” or “thunder warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “tor”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Norwegian skeet shooter Tore Brovold and Swedish Olympian and track and field athlete Tore Blom
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Torr

 

Troy

 

  • Meaning: “Foot soldier”
  • Pronunciation: “troy”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: #477
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: New Zealander rugby player Troy Flavell and American record producer and musician Troy Van Leeuwen
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Troi; also a form of the Gaelic boy name “O Troighthigh”

 

Tyra

 

  • Origin: Old Norse and Scandinavian girl name
  • Meaning: “The god of battle” (links with Thor, the Norse god of battle and thunder) or a nature name for girls that means “from the land of the yew tree”
  • Pronunciation: “tai-rah”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American TV personality Tyra Banks and actress Tyra Ferrell
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Tyrra and Tyrah

 

Ward

 

  • Origin: Old English boy name 
  • Meaning: “Guard” or “to watch”
  • Pronunciation: “ward”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American football player Ward Walsh and Canadian voice actor Ward Perry 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Wyatt

 

  • Origin: Old English boy name
  • Meaning: Badass boy name that means “brave in war” or “little warrior
  • Pronunciation: “wy-ut”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #38
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American filmmaker Wyatt Bardouille and football player Wyatt Davis 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Wiatt and Wyot (Old English

 

Xander 

 

  • Meaning: “Defender of humankind” or “defender of man
  • Pronunciation: “zan-der”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #199
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actor Xander Corvus and Aruban baseball player Xander Yan Bogaerts 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zander

 

Warrior Names From A To Z

Warrior Names Starting With A

Abhivira

 

  • Origin: Hindi boy name
  • Meaning: “Surrounded by heroes,” “commander,” or “respectful warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “ahb-hee-vee-rah”
  • Length: 8 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Agrona

 

  • Origin: Celtic gender-neutral name
  • Meaning: “Slaughter,” “queen of strife,” or “battle”
  • Pronunciation: “ahg-row-nah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Goddess name for girls after the Welsh deity of war and slaughter, but also portrayed as a god or masculine figure in Welsh mythology
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Aggrona and Agronah

 

Alessia

 

  • Meaning: Defending warrior
  • Pronunciation: “ah-lay-see-uh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #354
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Italian model and TV presenter Alessia Fabiani and Canadian singer-songwriter Alessia Cara
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Alexia and Alessya

 

Armand

 

  • Origin: German and Italian boy name 
  • Meaning: “Man of the army” or “warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “ahr-mand”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American DJ and musician Armand Van Helden and Finnish movie director and writer Armand Lohikoski 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Armando

 

Armina

 

  • Origin: Italian and German girl name
  • Meaning: “Warrior maiden” or “army man (or woman)”
  • Pronunciation: “ahr-mee-nah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Albanian dancer and actress Armina Mevlani
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Arminah and Arminna

 

Aryan

 

  • Origin: Sanskrit (classical Indo-European language) boy name
  • Meaning: “Honorable warrior,” “noble,” “high born,” or “superior”
  • Pronunciation: “ahr-yan”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #817
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Indian-American actor Aryan Simhadri and Norwegian chess grandmaster Aryan Tari
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Arian, Arryan, and Arrian

 

Warrior Names Starting With B

Bathilda

 

  • Origin: Germanic girl name
  • Meaning: “Battle” or “woman warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “bah-theel-dah”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Magical name after the fictional Professor Bathilda Bagshot, described as a British witch and magical historian who supposedly wrote “A History of Magic” in the “Harry Potter” series
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Batilda and Batthilda

 

Beadu

 

  • Origin: Old English girl name
  • Meaning: “Warrior maid” or “warrior woman”
  • Pronunciation: “biy-duw”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Bertrand

 

  • Origin: Ancient German boy name
  • Meaning: “Wise,” “bright,” “intelligent,” “glorious raven,” or “bright shield”
  • Pronunciation: “bur-truhnd”
  • Length: 8 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American football player Bertrand Berry and French musician, songwriter, and singer Bertrand Cantat
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Berttrand and Berrtrand

 

Blair

 

  • Origin: Scottish Gaelic gender-neutral name
  • Meaning: “Field,” “plain,” “battlefield,” or “meadow”
  • Pronunciation: “blayr”
  • Length: 5 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: #282 (girls) and 1,000+ (boys)
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American stand-up comedian Blair Butler and Canadian volleyball player Blair Bann
  • Also a short middle name for girls after American film, TV, and theater actress Bonnie Blair Brown
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Blare, Blayre, and Blayr

 

Brunhilda

 

  • Origin: German, Norse, and Scandinavian girl name
  • Meaning: “Battle woman” or “armed for battle”
  • Pronunciation: “broon-heel-dah”
  • Length: 9 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Mystical name after the main character in the video game “Brunhilda and the Dark Crystal
  • Also a middle name for girls after British naturalist Igerna Brünhilda “Hilda” Johnson Sollas and a royal name after Visigoth (Germanic people) queen Brunhilda of Austrasia
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Brunhild, Brunhilde, and Brynhild

 

Warrior Names Starting With C

Ceallach

 

  • Origin: Irish gender-neutral name
  • Meaning: “Warrior maid” or “bright-headed warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “kah-lahk”
  • Length: 8 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: English actor and presenter Ceallach Spellman and Irish folk singer Ceállach Reid
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ceallaigh

 

Chadwick

 

  • Origin: English boy name
  • Meaning: “Town of Chad,” “from the warrior’s town,” “dairy farm,” “town of Ceadda,” or “village of Chad”
  • Pronunciation: “chad-wik”
  • Length: 8 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: The late American actor Chadwick Boseman (“Black Panther” movie star) and Aruban baseball player Chadwick Tromp
  • Also a last name (such as after English actor and director Justin Chadwick and American musical composer George Whitefield Chadwick)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Chaddwick

 

Chanda

 

  • Origin: Indian and Sanskrit gender-neutral name
  • Pronunciation: “chan-dah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American film composer and keyboardist Chanda Dancy and ice hockey player Chanda Leigh Gunn
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Chandda

 

Clothilde

 

  • Origin: German and French girl name
  • Pronunciation: “klo-teeld”
  • Length: 9 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Belgian tech reporter Clothilde Goujard
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Clotilde

 

Warrior Names Starting With D

Donnacha

 

  • Origin: Irish boy name 
  • Meaning: “Brown-haired warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “dohn-uh-hah” (with a silent “c”)
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Irish jockey Donnacha O’Brien and Irish Gaelic footballer Donncha O’Connor
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Donnchadha, Donnchad, and Donough

 

Duncan 

 

  • Origin: Scottish and Old English boy name
  • Meaning: Also a black boy name that means “dark warrior” 
  • The name comes from the Gaelic words “donn” (brown) and “cath” (battle)
  • Pronunciation: “dun-kuhn”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #924
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actor and playwright Duncan Pflaster and Canadian film, TV, and stage actor Duncan Regehr
  • Variants: Donnchadh (Old Irish) and Donnchadh (Scottish Gaelic)

 

Durand

 

  • Origin: Latin unisex name
  • Meaning: “Strong and enduring” or “firm and enduring”
  • Pronunciation: “dyuh-rand”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: French Benedictine and Toulouse Bishop Durand de Bredons (from the 1000s) 
  • Modern namesakes include American singer-songwriter and producer Durand Bernarr and American contemporary R&B and soul band Durand Jones & The Indications
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Durant

 

Warrior Names Starting With E

Earline

 

  • Origin: Old English girl name
  • Meaning: “Warrior” or “noblewoman” 
  • Pronunciation: “eer-line”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American internet personality Earline Robinson
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Earlene and Earlinn

 

Edmund

 

  • Origin: Old English boy name
  • Meaning: “Successful defender,” “protector of riches,” “wealthy protector,” or “rich protection”
  • Pronunciation: “ed-muhnd”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Namesakes: American novelist and journalist Edmund P. Murray and Irish author and storyteller Edmund Lenihan 
  • Also a mystical name after Edmund Pevensie, among the main characters of “The Chronicles of Narnia” series
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Edmond and Edmunt

 

Elda

 

  • Origin: Italian girl name
  • Meaning: “Battle”
  • Pronunciation: “ehl-dah”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Greek comedian and actress Elda Panopoulou and Albanian beauty queen Elda Dushi
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Eldah, Ellda, and Eldda

 

Errol

  • Origin: Old English and British boy name
  • Meaning: “Nobleman” or “warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “eh-rohl”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Jamaican-born artist and writer Errol Lloyd and a tough boy name after American professional boxer and world champion Errol Spence Jr.
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Earl, Erol, Erroll, and Eroll

 

Warrior Names Starting With F

Fianna

 

  • Origin: Scottish, Old Norse, and Irish unisex name
  • Meaning: “Band of warriors”
  • Pronunciation: “fee-uh-nah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Celebrity kid Fianna Francis Masterson (the daughter of American actor Danny Masterson and actress-model Bijou Phillips
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Fiana, Fiannah, and Fianah

 

Finley

 

  • Origin: Gaelic, Scottish, British, Irish, and Celtic unisex name
  • Meaning: “Fair hero,” “courageous one,” or  “fair-haired warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “fin-lee”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #218 (girls) and #282 (boys)
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Celebrity kid Finley Lockwood (daughter of American guitarist-producer Michael Lockwood and singer-songwriter Lisa Marie Presley)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Finlee and Finleigh

 

Forta

 

  • Origin: Albanian unisex name
  • Meaning: Name that means “strong” or “tough”
  • Pronunciation: “for-tah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+ 
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Forte

 

Warrior Names Starting With G

Gautier

 

  • Origin: French and German boy name
  • Meaning: “Army ruler,” “commander of the army,” or “strong ruler”
  • Pronunciation: “goot-chi-uh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: French cellist Gautier Capuçon and a poetic name after 13th-century poet Gautier le Leu
  • Also a place name after the Gautier municipal district in the Dominican Republic
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Gauthier

 

Gerald 

 

  • Origin: Old English and French boy name
  • Meaning: “Rules with a spear” or “spear warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “jerr-uhld”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American basketball player Gerald Wallace and a powerful boy name after the 38th US President Gerald Ford
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Jerald and Gerard; nicknames can include “Gerry”

 

Gudrun

 

  • Origin:  Scandinavian and Icelandic girl name 
  • Meaning: God’s rune (Germanic alphabet letters)” or “secret battle”
  • Pronunciation: “guud-roon”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Swedish actress Gudrun Brost and German hurdler Gudrun Abt
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Guðrún

 

Warrior Names Starting With H

Harvey

 

  • Origin: Old English boy name
  • Meaning: “Battle worthy”
  • Pronunciation: “har-vee”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #403
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American NASCAR racing driver Harvey Eakin and comics creator and editor Harvey Kurtzman
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Harvey and Herve; also teh English form of the French and Breton name “Haerviu”

 

Hedwig

 

  • Origin: German girl name
  • Meaning: “War,” “combat,” or “battle”
  • Pronunciation: “hed-weeg”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Austrian singer Hedwig von Trapp (the daughter of Austro-Hungarian Navy officer Georg von Trapp, the inspiration for “The Sound of Music”)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Heddwig 

 

Herbert

 

  • Origin: Old English and German boy name
  • Meaning: “Bright army,” “illustrious warrior,” or “famous within the army”
  • Pronunciation: “her-bert”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American composer Herbert Stothart and novelist Herbert Gold
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Herrbert and Herbertt

 

Hildegard

 

  • Origin: Germanic girl name
  • Pronunciation: “hil-duh-gaard”
  • Length: 9 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Canadian composer Hildegard Westerkamp and medieval German mystic Saint Hildegard of Bingen
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Hildegarda (Spanish girl name), Ildegarda (Italian), and Hildegarde (Portuguese and Polish girl name)

 

Warrior Names Starting With I

Igor

 

  • Meaning: “Ancestral warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “eeh-gohr”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Russian tennis player Igor Andreev and French science fiction author Igor Bogdanoff
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Iggor, Igorr, Yegor, Ygor, Ihor, and Ihar

 

Íomhair

 

  • Origin: Irish boy name
  • Meaning: “Warrior with a bow,” “bowman,” or “bow army”
  • Pronunciation: “ai-uhm-hr”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Iomhairr

 

Isolde

 

  • Origin: Welsh and German girl name
  • Meaning: “Ice ruler,” “fair lady,” “iron lady,” or “ice battle”
  • Pronunciation: “uh-zowl-duh”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: German rower Isolde Eisele and Belgian musician and singer Isolde Lasoen
  • Also a mystical name after one of the legendary main characters in “Tristan and Isolde” (a Celtic myth)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Iseult

 

Ivar

 

  • Origin: Icelandic and Scandinavian boy name 
  • Meaning: “Leader of the army” or “warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “ai-vaar”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Norwegian jazz pianist and composer Ivar Antonsen and Dutch footballer Ivar van Dinteren
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ivvar, Iver, and Ivars

 

Warrior Names Starting With J

Jarek

 

  • Origin: Slavic boy name
  • Meaning: “Fierce” and “strong”
  • Pronunciation: “yah-rehk”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Estonian singer Jarek Kasar and Polish strongman competitor Jarek Dymek
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Jarrek and Jarekk

 

Julius

 

  • Origin: Roman and Latin boy name
  • Meaning: “Youthful,” “devoted to Jove (the Roman king of the gods),” or “downy-bearded”
  • Pronunciation: “jooh-lee-uhs”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #348
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Relates to the ancient Roman general, Julius Caesar
  • Also after modern namesakes like American football player Julius Gregory and Austrian-born American orchestra and conductor Julius Rudel
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Jules, Jullius, Julio, and Julien

 

Junaid

 

  • Origin: Arabic boy name
  • Meaning: “Warrior” or “soldier”
  • Pronunciation: “joo-nah-eed”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Pakistani singer Junaid Jamshed and South African footballer Junaid Hartley
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Junayd and Junayed

 

Warrior Names Starting With K

Karamveer

 

  • Origin: Sikh (Indian religion) boy name
  • Meaning: “Enthusiastic hero,” “gracious and marvelous warrior,” or “destined to be heroic”
  • Pronunciation: “kah-rahm-veer”
  • Length: 9 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Indian actor and motivational speaker Karamveer Chaudhary (also known as Karmveer Choudhary) and singer Karamveer Foji
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Karmveer

 

Kemp

 

  • Origin: Middle English boy name 
  • Meaning: Brave warrior
  • Pronunciation: “kemp”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American singer-songwriter and model Kemp Muhl and American playwright and screenwriter Kemp Powers
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kemp

 

Kijani

 

  • Origin: Swahili – African boy name 
  • Meaning: “Warrior” or “fighter”
  • Pronunciation: “kee-jah-nee”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American basketball player Kijani Wright
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kajani and Kijanni

 

Warrior Names Starting With L

Liam

 

  • Origin: Gaelic and Irish boy name
  • Meaning: Best boy name that means “determined protector,” “protection,” “strong-willed warrior,” or “unwavering protector”
  • Pronunciation: “lee-uhm”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #1 
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Canadian actor Liam James and English singer and “One Direction” member Liam James Payne
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a nickname for “William”

 

Lorcán

 

  • Origin: Irish boy name 
  • Meaning: “Fierce little one
  • Pronunciation: “lor-kan”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Irish-born American architect Lorcan O’Herlihy and Irish actor Lorcan Cranitch
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Lorrcan, Lorccan, and Lorkan

 

Ludwig

 

  • Origin: German boy name
  • Meaning: “Famous battle,” “famous in battle,” “famous warrior,” or “renowned fighter”
  • Pronunciation: “lood-vig”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: German composer and pianist Ludwig van Beethoven and Austrian painter and graphic artist Ludwig Merwart
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ludvig, Ludvík, and Lodewyk

 

Lulu

 

  • Origin: Arabic, Hawaiian, and Tanzanian and Swahili – African girl name
  • Meaning: “Pearl,” “precious,” or “protected”
  • Pronunciation: “loo-loo”
  • Length: 4 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American singer Lulu Roman and actress Lulu Antariksa
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Luile or a short form of “Lu-” names, including Lucia, Lucy, Louise, etc.

 

Lutine

 

  • Origin: French girl name 
  • Meaning: “Tormentress who fights”
  • Pronunciation: “loo-teen”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a magical name after the female imp (small or dwarf-life, mischievous devil or sprite) Lutine in French folklore
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Lutin (boy name) and Lutein

 

Warrior Names Starting With M

Marcheline

 

  • Origin: French girl name 
  • Meaning: “Warrior” 
  • Pronunciation: “mar-che-leen”
  • Length: 10 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actress Marcheline Bertrand and a middle name for girls after celebrity kid Vivienne Marcheline Jolie-Pitt (the daughter of stars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Marceline

 

Marcia

 

  • Origin: Latin girl name
  • Meaning: “Warlike” or “dedicated to Mars”
  • Pronunciation: “mar-see-uh”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actress and comedian Marcia Wallace and Jamaican reggae singer Marcia Griffiths
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also the feminine variant of “Marcius”

 

Marco

 

  • Origin: Italian and Spanish boy name
  • Meaning: “Warlike”
  • Pronunciation: “mar-kow”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American football player Marco Wilson and Mexican singer Marco Antonio Solís
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Marcus and Marko

 

Marcus

 

  • Origin: Roman and Latin boy name
  • Meaning: “Hammer,” “polite,” “shining,” or “defender”
  • Pronunciation: “mar-kuhs”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #237
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British film director Marcus Dillistone and American clarinetist and bassist Marcus Miller 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Markus, Mark, Marc, and Marck

 

Mete

 

  • Origin: Turkish boy name 
  • Meaning: “Brave hero” or “gallant”
  • Pronunciation: “meet”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Turkish singer Mete Özgencil and weightlifter Mete Binay
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Mette, Metes, Mett, and Metz

 

Murdock

 

  • Origin: Scottish boy name
  • Pronunciation: “moor-duhk”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a last name (examples include American R&B singer Shirley Murdock and Northern Irish former footballer Colin Murdock)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: English form of the Gaelic name “Murchadh”

 

Myrina

 

  • Origin: Latin and Greek girl name
  • Meaning: “Myrrh” or “an Amazon (woman from the tribe of female-only warriors)”
  • Pronunciation: “mai-ree-nah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Mythical name after the queen of the Amazons in Greek mythology
  • Also after another legendary character, the mythological priestess of Aphrodite named Myrina who was turned into a myrtle tree
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Myrinne and Myrinna

 

Warrior Names Starting with N

Nakoa

 

  • Meaning: “Brave one” or “the warriors”
  • Pronunciation: “nah-kow-uh”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Celebrity kid Nakoa-Wolf Manakauapo Namakaeha Momoa (the son of American actor Jason Momoa and actress Lisa Bonet)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Ned

 

  • Origin: Old English boy name
  • Meaning: “Guardian of prosperity” or “wealthy guardian”
  • Pronunciation: “ned”
  • Length: 3 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American baseball player and manager Ned Yost and English cricketer Ned Eckersley
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Nedd

 

Nolan

 

  • Origin: Irish and Scottish boy name
  • Meaning: “Champion” and “renowned”
  • Pronunciation: “nohw-lahn”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Canadian ice hockey player Nolan McDonald and American basketball player Nolan Gottlieb
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Nollan and Nowlan

 

Warrior Names Starting With O

Odile

 

  • Origin: French and German girl name 
  • Meaning: “Prospers in battle” 
  • Pronunciation: “oh-deel”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Belgian professional road racing cyclist Odile Defraye and French actress Odile Versois
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Odille and Oddile

 

Olivia

 

  • Origin: Latin and Germanic girl name
  • Meaning: Girl plant name that means “olive tree” or a mystical name that means “elf army” 
  • Pronunciation: “ow-leev-eeh-yah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #1
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: English-born Australian actress and singer Olivia Newton-John and Canadian rugby union player Olivia DeMerchant
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Olyvia

 

Ottaline

 

  • Origin: French girl name 
  • Meaning: “Prospers in the warfield” or “rich and wealthy” 
  • Pronunciation: “ow-tah-leen”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ottoline and Ottalyne

 

Ouisa

 

  • Origin: Teutonic girl name
  • Meaning: Renowned warrior
  • Pronunciation: “ooh-wee-sah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Oisia and Ouissa

 

Warrior Names Starting With P

Pachakutiq

 

  • Meaning: “Changer of the world”
  • Pronunciation: “pah-cha-koo-teek”
  • Length: 10 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: 15th-century ruler of the Inca Empire
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Pachakuti

 

Pan

 

  • Origin: Greek boy name
  • Meaning: “Shepherd”
  • Pronunciation: “pan”
  • Length: 3 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Greek mythology boy name for the half-goat god of the wild
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Perseus

 

  • Origin: Greek boy name
  • Meaning: “To destroy”
  • Pronunciation: “per-see-uhs”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Badass boy name after the hero in Greek mythology who saved the princess Andromeda from the Kraken with Medusa’s head
  • Also the real name of the fictional main character Perseus “Percy” Jackson in the “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” fantasy series 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Persseus and Perseuss

 

Phoenix

 

  • Origin: Greek nonbinary name
  • Meaning: “Immortal bird” (mystical name after the bird that can be reborn from its ashes in Greek mythology) or “dark red” (a name that means “red”)
  • Pronunciation: “fee-nix”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #261 (boys) and #317 (girls)
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Northern Irish professional footballer Phoenix Scholtz and American baseball player Phoenix Sanders 
  • Also a place name after Phoenix, Arizona in the USA
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: None

 

Ptolema

 

  • Origin: Greek girl name
  • Meaning: “Warlike” or “aggressive”
  • Pronunciation: “toh-leh-mah” (silent “p”)
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ptolemy (boy name) and Ptolemea

 

Warrior Names Starting With Q

Qadira

 

  • Origin: Arabic girl name 
  • Meaning: “Powerful” or “capable”
  • Pronunciation: “kah-dee-rah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Qaddira, Qadirra, and Qadirah

 

Qahira

 

  • Origin: Arabic girl name
  • Meaning: Beautiful girl name that means “overpowering,” “victorious,” or “one who wins”
  • Pronunciation: “kah-heer-uh”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a place name (such as the formal name of Cairo, Egypt, as Al Qahira or Al-Qāhirah)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Qahirah

 

Qinglong

 

  • Meaning: Magical name that literally means “blue dragon”
  • Pronunciation: “shing-long”
  • Length: 8 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Stems from Chinese mythology and refers to the Azure Dragon, a Chinese deity
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kinglong

 

Quinn

 

  • Origin: Old Irish gender-neutral name
  • Meaning: “Counsel,” “wise,” or “reason”
  • Pronunciation: “kwin”
  • Length: 5 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: #443 (boys) and #73 (girls)
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Virgin Island soccer player Quinn Farrell and American ice hockey player Quinn Hughes
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Kwinn, Quin, and Quynn

 

Quirino

 

  • Origin: Latin, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish boy name 
  • Meaning: “Warrior” and “spearman”
  • Pronunciation: “kee-ree-noh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a unique middle name (after Italian archaeologist Ennio Quirino Visconti)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Quirrino and Quirinno

 

Warrior Names Starting With R

Rainer

 

  • Origin: Ancient Germanic boy name
  • Meaning: “Deciding warrior” or “army advisor”
  • Pronunciation: “ray-ner”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American guitarist Rainer Ptacek and German jazz musician Rainer Brüninghaus
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Rayner and Rainier

 

Raksha

 

  • Origin: Indian and Sanskrit girl name
  • Meaning: “Protector” 
  • Pronunciation: “rahk-sha”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Indian politician Raksha Khadase and the fictional female Indian wolf Raksha (also called “Mother Wolf”) in “The Jungle Book” book series by Rudyard Kipling
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Rakksha and Rakasha

 

Rinc

 

  • Origin: Anglo-Saxon and Old English boy name
  • Meaning: Strong fighter or protector”
  • Pronunciation: “reenk”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Rink

 

Ritter

 

  • Origin: German boy name
  • Meaning: “Mounted warrior” or “knight”
  • Pronunciation: “ree-tr”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Swiss philosophical writer and physician Johann Georg Ritter von Zimmermann and Austrian historian Alfred Ritter von Arneth
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Riter and Ridder

 

Rosamund

 

  • Origin: Germanic girl name
  • Meaning: “Horse protection” or “protector of horses”
  • Pronunciation: “row-sah-mond”
  • Length: 8 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British poet and teacher Rosamund Stanhope and actress Rosamund Mary Ellen Pike
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Rosamunde and Rosamonde

 

Warrior Names Starting With S

Sasha 

 

  • Origin: Slavic and Russian girl name
  • Meaning: “Defender,” “helper of mankind,” or “defending warrior
  • Pronunciation: “sash-uh”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #640
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Russian poet Sasha Chorny and Mexican actress Sasha Montenegro
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Sacha (French), Sasja (Danish), and Saša (Slovenian)

 

Shad

 

  • Origin: English and Persian boy name 
  • Meaning: “Battle warrior” or “fish seller”
  • Pronunciation: “shahd”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American professional wrestler and actor Shad Javier Gaspard and rapper Shad Gregory “Bow Wow” Moss
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Shadd or Chad

 

Shamira

 

  • Origin: Hebrew girl name
  • Meaning: “One who defends,” “protector,” or “guardian”
  • Pronunciation: “sha-meer-uh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Aruban filmmaker Shamira Raphaela and Brooklyn-based culture writer Shamira Ibrahim
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Shamera

 

Swithin

 

  • Origin: Old English unisex name
  • Meaning: Strong warrior
  • Pronunciation: “swee-thn”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Spiritual name after Saint Swithin (also called Saint Swithun)
  • Other namesakes include the fictional character Swithin St Cleeve in Thomas Hardy’s “Two on a Tower” novel
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Swithun

 

Warrior Names Starting With T

Tanguy

 

  • Origin: Breton and French boy name
  • Pronunciation: “tan-ghee”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Swiss alpine skier Tanguy Nef and Breton writer Tanguy Malmanche
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Tangguy

 

Telema

 

  • Origin: Spanish girl name 
  • Meaning: “Distant fighter” and “will” 
  • Pronunciation: “teh-leh-mah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: “teh-leh-mah”
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Tellema and Telemma

 

Tilly 

 

  • Origin: German girl name
  • Meaning: Cute girl name that means “mighty in battle” or “battle-mighty”
  • Pronunciation: “tee-lee”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British writer Tilly Bagshawe and Austrian circus performer Tilly Bébé
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Tillie; also a pet name forMatilda

 

Warrior Names Starting With U

Ulfin

 

  • Origin: Ancient British and Old English boy name
  • Meaning: “Little wolf”
  • Pronunciation: “ool-feen”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Mythical name after Sir Ulfin, a knight in Arthurian legend
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Ullfin

 

Ulrich 

 

  • Origin: German boy name
  • Meaning: “Noble and regal ruler” and “prosperity and power”
  • Pronunciation: “uul-rik”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American record producer Ulrich Wild and German medieval knight (from the 1200s), writer, and poet Ulrich von Liechtenstein 
  • Also a saintly name and after Swiss Protestant Reformation leader Ulrich Zwingli
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings:Ulrik and Oldrich (Slovak)

 

Umberto

 

  • Origin: Italian boy name
  • Meaning: “Bear cub,” “renowned warrior,” or “bright warrior”
  • Pronunciation: “uhm-ber-toh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Italian water polo player Umberto Panerai and artist and sculptor Umberto Boccioni
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Humbert (French)

 

Ursula

 

  • Origin: Latin girl name
  • Meaning: “Little she-bear” or “little bear”
  • Pronunciation: “ur-suh-lah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American model Ursula Mayes and novelist Ursula Kroeber Le Guin 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Uršulė (Lithuanian)

 

Warrior Names Starting With V

Valda

 

  • Origin: German girl name
  • Meaning: “Battle heroine,” “authority,” “power,” or “renowned ruler”
  • Pronunciation: “vahl-dah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actress Valda Hansen and Australian pianist and harpsichordist Valda Aveling
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Vallda and Valdah

 

Viggo

 

  • Origin: Old Norse and Scandinavian boy name
  • Meaning: “War,” “battle,” or “exuberant” 
  • Pronunciation: “vee-gow”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Danish painter Viggo Johansen and Danish-American actor Viggo Mortensen (playing the ranger Aragorn who became the king in the fantasy “The Lord of the Rings” series) 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Vöggur (Icelandic boy name) and Wiggo

 

Vigita

 

  • Origin: Lithuanian and Old Norse unisex name
  • Meaning: “War” or “battle”
  • Pronunciation: “vee-gee-tah”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Vegeta

 

Villard

 

  • Origin: French and German boy name
  • Meaning: “Battle fortress”
  • Pronunciation: “veel-ahrd”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Willard

 

Vivalda

 

  • Origin: Latin girl name 
  • Meaning: “Brave in battle,” “strength in combat,” or “power”
  • Pronunciation: “vee-vahl-dah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Angolan percussionist, singer, and songwriter Vivalda Dula
  • Also a last name (such as after French rugby union player Yohann Vivalda)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Vivaldi (boy name) and Vivaldah

 

Warrior Names Starting With W

Walter

 

  • Origin: Old English and German boy name
  • Meaning: “Commander of the army,” “ruler of the army,” or “army leader”
  • Pronunciation: “wol-tr”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #269
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Dutch footballer Walter Waalderbos and American musician, record producer, and songwriter Walter Becker 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Wallter and Walterr

 

Warner

 

  • Origin: English, Norman French, Old Norse, and German boy name
  • Meaning: “Army,” “defending warrior,” “protector of the people,” or “defending army” 
  • Pronunciation: “war-nur”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actor Warner Leroy Baxter and sportscaster Warner William Wolf
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Werner (German) and Warrner

 

Warrick

 

  • Origin: English and German boy name
  • Meaning: “Leader who defends,” “strong leader,” or “protecting ruler” 
  • Pronunciation: “wah-reek”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: British puppeteer Warrick Brownlow-Pike and American football running back Warrick Dunn
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Warrik and Warwick

 

Werther

 

  • Origin: German boy name
  • Pronunciation: “wur-thr”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also a literary name after the fictional main character in “The Sorrows of Young Werther” novel
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Wertter

 

Warrior Names Starting With X

Xenocrates

 

  • Meaning: “Power,” “foreigner,” or “great”
  • Pronunciation: “zee-noh-krah-tehs”
  • Length: 10 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: 4th century BCE Greek philosopher and  mathematician Xenocrates of Chalcedon
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zenocrates and Xenokrates

 

 Xerxes

 

  • Origin: Greek and Persian boy name
  • Meaning: “Ruler over heroes”
  • Pronunciation: “zurk-seez”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Pakistani competitive sailor Xerxes Byram Avari and Brazilian music producer Xerxes de Oliveira
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Greek form of the Persian boy name “Khshayarsha”

 

Xiomara

 

  • Origin: Spanish girl name
  • Meaning: “Famous in battle” or “ready for battle”
  • Pronunciation: “zee-oh-mah-rah”
  • Length: 7 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #494
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Cuban-American ballerina Xiomara Reyes and Dominican singer Xiomara Fortuna
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Xiomarra

 

Xosha

 

  • Origin: African girl name
  • Meaning: Black girl name of African origin that means “fierce” or “angry”
  • Can also mean “sweet”
  • Pronunciation: “syoh-sha”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Also the name of a tribe in South Africa
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zosha

 

Warrior Names Starting With Y

Yaroslava

 

  • Meaning: “Fierce or energetic glory” 
  • Pronunciation: “yah-rows-lah-vah”
  • Length: 9 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Belarusian rowing player Yaroslava Pavlovich and Ukrainian high jumper Yaroslava Mahuchikh 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Feminine form of the Russian name “Yaroslav”

 

Yash

 

  • Origin: Sanskrit boy name
  • Meaning: “Fame,” “praise,” and “glory”
  • Pronunciation: “yash”
  • Length: 4 letters, 1 syllable
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Indian scientist and educator Yash Pal and constitutional law Kenyan academic Yash Ghai
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Yassh

 

Yechezkel

 

  • Origin: Hebrew boy name
  • Meaning:God will strengthen”
  • Pronunciation: 
  • Length: letters, syllables
  • Popularity/Rank:
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Influential halakha (ancient legal text) authority Yechezkel ben Yehuda HaLevi Landau 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Hebrew form of Ezekiel

 

Yeho’ash

 

  • Origin: Hebrew boy name
  • Meaning: “Fire of Yahweh (God),” “given by the Lord,” or “Yahweh has given”
  • Pronunciation: “yeh-hoh-ash”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Biblical name after one of the kings of Israel (he began his rule at age 7)
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Yehoash

 

Yeong-Ja

 

  • Pronunciation: “yowng-cha”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: South Korean photographer Yeong Ja Jung
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Young-ja

 

Warrior Names Starting With Z

Zander

 

  • Origin: Dutch and Greek boy name
  • Meaning: “Defending men” or “protector of man”
  • Pronunciation: “zahn-dr”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #310
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American musician, composer, and actor Zander Schloss and Scottish rugby union player Zander Fagerson 
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Also a short form of “Alexander”

 

Žarko

 

  • Origin: Serbian, Croatian, Macedonian, and Slavic boy name
  • Meaning: “Zeal,” “fervor,” or “ember” (a name that means “fire”)
  • Pronunciation: “zahr-kow”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Macedonian novelist and playwright Žarko Kujundžiski and Serbian retired basketball player Žarko Zečević
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zarko (without the accent)

 

Zelda

 

  • Origin: German and Yiddish girl name
  • Meaning: “Gray battle maid” or “gray, fighting maid”
  • Pronunciation: “zel-dah”
  • Length: 5 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: #669
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actress and director Zelda Williams and actor Zelda Harris
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zeldah and Zelde

 

Zenobia

 

  • Origin: Ancient Greek girl name
  • Meaning: “Life of Zeus (the Greek god of the heavens and the chief of the gods)”
  • Pronunciation: “zee-nohw-bee-uh”
  • Length: 7 letters, 4 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American actress Zenobia Shroff
  • Also after the regal monarch Queen Zenobia, the legendary queen of Palmyra (ancient kingdom located in modern-day Syria) and also called the “Queen of the East”
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zenovia, Xenobia, and Xeenovia

 

Zhihao

 

  • Meaning: Combines “Zhi” (“brave,” “heroic,” and “chivalrous”) and “Hao” (“will,” “purpose,” or “ambition”)
  • Pronunciation: “zee-how”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: US-based researcher Zhihao Wu
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zihao

 

Zhubin

 

  • Origin: Persian boy name
  • Meaning: “Spear-like” or “something that touches the sky”
  • Pronunciation: “zoo-been”
  • Length: 6 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: None
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zubin

 

Zikmund

 

  • Origin: Czech boy name
  • Meaning: “Victory,” “protector,” or “victorious hand”
  • Pronunciation: “zeek-muhnd”
  • Length: 7 letters, 2 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: Czech writer and historian Zikmund Winter
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zigmund

 

Zosimus

 

  • Origin: Ancient Greek boy name
  • Meaning: “Viable” or “likely to survive”
  • Pronunciation: “zoh-see-muhs”
  • Length: 7 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: After the Greek historian Zosimus and former Pope Zosimus
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zosimo

 

Zuriel

 

  • Origin: Hebrew gender-neutral name
  • Meaning: “My rock is God
  • Pronunciation: “zuh-ree-yehl”
  • Length: 6 letters, 3 syllables
  • Popularity/Rank: 1,000+
  • Famous Namesakes/Description: American former football player Zuriel Smith
  • Variants & Alternative Spellings: Zurriel and Zuriyel

 

Tips For Picking Warrior Names For Your Baby

How do you pick a warrior name for your little one? Here are some things to consider:

 

Popular names might seem like the safest choice for your little one, but your baby can end up having the same name as some of their friends.

But choosing a unique name doesn’t guarantee that it’s one of a kind because name popularity constantly changes.

 

Unique & Rare

You might consider picking a different spelling variation from a different language.

For example, “Catherine” can be “Katherine” in Greek or “Caterina” in Italian, but it’s spelled as “Yekaterina” in Russian.

“Alexander” can be “Alessandro” in Italian, “Alejandro” in Spanish, and “Alekanekeio” in Hawaiian.

 

Name Meanings

It’s good to check baby name meanings to be sure that they don’t have a potentially embarrassing or bad definition.

 

Names From History, Literature, & Pop Culture Or Honoring Someone

Some parents consider using the names of famous people or loved ones as inspiration. 

 

Check The Compatibility Of First & Middle Names

Read the names out loud to check if they sound alright.

 

Check The Initials

Once you’ve picked your baby’s first and middle names, check their initials. 

For example, biblical boy names “Andrew” and “Solomon” can look innocent and great, but you might want to avoid the combination (in this order) if your surname starts with an “S.”

You can also find ideas from the top 15 baby name generators or from the list of baby names 2023.

 

References

(1) https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/

 

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