Boy Names of War theme

Whether Celtic or Aztec, Egyptian or Greek, war gods seem to have found their place in almost every culture’s mythological heritage. War names are associated with divine help and mandate, such as the name Martin, which means ‘war-like, dedicated to Mars’.
father of a multitude ... used chiefly in the Dutch, English, ... the Bible, the patriarch Abram's name was ...
pain, lipless ... an English, German, and Latinized ... name is of disputed origin, it could be ...
noble wolf ... largely used in the English and German ... 'wulf' element is commonly used in Germanic ...
battle, berry, fruit, enlightened, ... used predominantly in the English and ... The name is of debated origin ...
mourner ... used mostly in the English and Latinized ... name was borne in Greek mythology by two ...
noble and ready ... an English, Italian, and Spanish name ... The name is of disputed origin ...
guard of all, elf army, supernatural ... an Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and ... variant of Alvar ...
friendship, beloved ... largely used in the English language and ... The name is of obscure origin ...
of English-American origin and it is ... name was created by George Lucas for his Star ...
height, highland ... derived from Armenian and Hebrew origins ... name was borne by the Armenian god of spring ...
the god of war ... derived from Latin origins ... seldom used as a baby name for boys ...
excellent kind, excellent purpose, ... used chiefly in the Greek language and ... contraction of Aristides ...
whole, immense, universal, army ... used chiefly in the German, English, and ... variant of Armand ...
man with a strong arm in battle ... used predominantly in the English ... a rarely used baby name for boys ...
little father ... used predominantly in the Italian ... first name is derived from the Roman family ...
august, dignified, holy ... used chiefly in the Irish and ... name is derived from Augustinus (Latin), ...
boar-like in battle ... largely used in the English language ... unusual as a baby name for boys ...
man of war ... origin is Latin ... not frequently used as a baby boy name ... not ranked within the top 1000 ...
blessed ... used predominantly in the Italian, ... name is well-known from the Mexican ...
battle axe ...The origin of Biegel is the Germanic language ... an irregularly used baby boy name ...

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