Baby names meaning military
If you like the idea for a baby name with its meaning inspired from the military, read on.
If the military has significance to your family, you may like the idea of choosing a baby name for your baby based on a military theme relating to ranks, armaments, ceremonial symbols and even the military alphabet.
Take a look at our selection of baby names for boys and girls that have a meaning related to the military.
Military boys’ names
Lance: Of Germanic origin (Lanzo) meaning ‘land.’
Sergeant: Is of Latin origin meaning ‘to serve.’
Jet: English word for a jet (plane).
Rocket: English word name.
Major: Is of Latin origin and means ‘greater; or a military leader.’
Cannon: Word name for a cannon, related to the military.
Flint: Of English origin and means ‘born near outcrop of flint.’
Garrison: Of English origin meaning ‘son of Garrett.’
Crew: English word name that works as a boy’s name.
Bowie: Association from Scottish army name, and means ‘blond.’
Raf: In reference to the Royal Air Force.
Romeo: A handsome sounding name from the military alphabet.
Oscar: As in ‘over and out’ in the phonetic A-Z.
Military girls’ names
Marine: Of Latin origin meaning ‘from the sea.’
Arrow: Word name increasing in popularity as a girl’s name.
Navy: Inspired from the seagoing armed forces, the Navy.
Oceane: Of French origin and inspired by navy personnel and Chiefs.
Scout: Of American origin and means ‘first explorer.’
Honor: From the Latin word meaning dignity.
Delta: An exotic sounding name from the military alphabet.
Cadence: Refers to ‘keeping in step.’
India: From the phonetic alphabet.
Liberty: In reference to fighting for freedom.
Sailor: A pretty yet strong sounding name.
If you still need more inspiration, we’ve rounded up a selection of baby names that mean strong and wise.