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Names That Mean Hero

396 names found for "Hero"   (page 1 of 8) 

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Looking for names that mean Hero? We couldn't find the exact name Hero, but listed below are some first names meaning Hero or names similar to the word Hero.

Similar Names

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Related Names

Abner  (Hebrew)
Father is Light, or Father of Light. The Old Testament Abner Was Saul's Cousin and Army Commander, a Clever Strategist. Abner Became Fashionable After the Reformation. 'Li'L Abner', Was the Hero of a
Acheron  (Latin)
River of Sorrow
Acheron  (Greek)
River of Sorrow/Woe
Acheros  (Latin)
River of Sorrow
Achilles  (Latin)
Hero of the Greeks
Achilles  (Greek)
The Mythological Hero of the Trojan War Famous for His Valor and Manly Beauty - His Only Weak Spot Was His Ankle (Hence Achilles' Heel)
Adahy  (Native American)
Lives in the Woods (Cherokee)
Adolfo  (Hispanic)
Noble Hero; Form of Adolph
Adsila  (Native American)
Blossom (Cherokee)
Aeneas  (Greek)
Praiseworthy. Aeneas Was the Trojan Hero of Virgil's Aeneid, This Name His Been Occasionally Used Since the Renaissance
Ailsa  (German)
Variant of Elsa: a Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning 'My God is Bountiful', or 'God of Plenty.' Also from the Old German Athal Meaning 'Noble'. Famous Bearers: Heroine of Wagner's Opera 'Loheogrin'; th
Amadahy  (Native American)
Forest Water (Cherokee)
Amias  (French)
From the Old French Name Derived from Latin 'Amatus' Meaning Loved. Used by British Writer Charles Kingsley for the Hero of His Novel 'Westward Ho!'
Amyas  (French)
From the Old French Name Derived from Latin 'Amatus' Meaning Loved. Used by British Writer Charles Kingsley for the Hero of His Novel 'Westward Ho!'
Angel  (Greek)
Messenger or Angel. A Popular Masculine Name in Sicily After the Saint, Angel. Angel Clare is the Hero of Thomas Hardy's Novel 'Tess of the D'Urbervilles'
Angel  (Greek)
Messenger or Angel. A Popular Masculine Name in Sicily After the Saint, Angel. Angel Clare is the Hero of Thomas Hardy's Novel 'Tess of the D'Urbervilles'
Annabel  (Hebrew)
Eagle Heroine, Energetic, Impatient, Freedom-loving
Arabella  (Teutonic)
Eagle Heroine,Austere,Spartan,Handsome
Arabella  (Teutonic)
Eagle or Heroine
Arabella  (German)
Eagle Heroine
Arash  (Persian)
Hero
Archelaus  (Greek)
Ruler of the People. Archelaus Was One of the Sons of King Herod the Great, Mentioned in the New Testament.
Arthur  (Welsh)
Bear Hero
Arthwr  (Welsh)
Bear Hero
Atagulkalu  (Native American)
Cherokee Name Meaning Pitched Trees
Attakullakulla  (Native American)
Variant of Atagulkalu: Cherokee Name Meaning Pitched Trees
Auheron  (German)
Derived from Two Old German Words Meaning Noble and Bear-like. Auberon Was the King of the Fairies in Medieval Romance
Auheron  (French)
A Diminutive of the Old French Auberi. Auberon Was the King of the Fairies in Medieval Romance
Awenasa  (Native American)
My Home (Cherokee)
Awinita  (Native American)
Fawn (Cherokee)
Ayita  (Native American)
First to Dance (Cherokee)
Ayla  (Hebrew)
Oak Tree. in Literature Ayla is the Cro-magnon Heroine of Jean Auel's 'Clan of Rhe Cave Bear'
Barbod  (Persian)
Hero
Bathild  (German)
Heroine
Bathilda  (German)
Heroine
Bathilde  (German)
Heroine
Bathsheba  (Hebrew)
Oath; Voluptuous. Famous Bearer: Bathsheha Everdene, Heroine of Thomas Hardy's Novel 'Far from the Madding Crowd'; Old Testament King David's Wife Bathsheba
Bayard  (French)
Auburn-haired. Bayard Was a Sixteenth-century French Knight and National Hero Renowned for Valor and Purity of Heart
Beau  (French)
Handsome. Famous Namesakes: British Dandy Beau Brummell, Aka George Bryan Brummell; French Foreign Legion Fictional Hero Beau Geste
Becky  (Hebrew)
An Abbreviation of Rebecca, Meaning Captivated, or Captivating, Frequently Used As an Independent Name. Famous Bearer: Fictional Character Becky Sharp, the Unethical Heroine of Thackeray's Novel Vanit
Bernice  (Greek)
A Variant of Berenice, Meaning Bringer of Victory. The New Testament Bernice, Called Berenice in Some Passages, Was Thought to Have Had an Incestuous Relationship With King Herod Agrippa Ii, Her Broth
Bernie  (Greek)
Diminutive of Bernice: a Variant of Berenice, Meaning Bringer of Victory. The New Testament Bernice, Called Berenice in Some Passages, Was Thought to Have Had an Incestuous Relationship With King Hero
Berny  (Greek)
Diminutive of Bernice: a Variant of Berenice, Meaning Bringer of Victory. The New Testament Bernice, Called Berenice in Some Passages, Was Thought to Have Had an Incestuous Relationship With King Hero
Bertille  (French)
Heroine
Beth  (English)
Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Frequently Used As an Independent Name. Beth Was One of Louisa M. Alcott's Heroines in Her Th Century Novel Little Women
Bijan  (Persian)
Hero
Bladen  (Hebrew)
Hero
Bleddyn  (Welsh)
Wolf Hero
Blenda  (Swedish)
Heroine
Bob  (German)
Diminutive of Robert: Famed, Bright; Shining. an All-time Favorite Boys' Name Since the Middle Ages. Famous Bearers: Scottish National Hero Robert the Bruce and Novelist Robert Ludlum
396 names found for "Hero"   (page 1 of 8) 

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