32 Patriotic Names

You love your country and you know it. You hang a flag outside your house so that you neighbors know you are a true patriot, someone who is devoted to the land of his father and grandfather. You call the nation you live in home and you can identify with all the other citizens that take the same approach and share the same views.

What’s the best way to show your patriotic feelings to the rest of the world? By giving your baby boy or baby girl a patriotic name! There’s no shame in it, don’t listen to the ones that will turn around and say this is too much, or maybe even racist. There’s nothing wrong loving your country, and we should never be ashamed of showing our devotion.

Giving your son or daughter one of the following 32 patriotic names will guarantee that they will also grow up to be true patriots as dedicated to your country as you are!

patriotic names

America: a surge of patriotism after the catastrophic events of 9/11 sent this name into the mainstream in 2001. The name America carries a very powerful image. America Ferrera who starred in “Ugly Betty” is one of the most known women carrying this emblematic name.

Amerigo: the male form of America, which is also known as Americus, Emeric and Emmerich.

Andrew: Derived from the Greek andreios (manly). The name is borne by one of the apostles. He was a fisherman, a brother of Simon Peter, a disciple of John the Baptist, and the first disciple of Jesus.

Asia: a patriotic name for our Asian friends.

Blue: the color which can be found on many flags make it a patriotic name and can be given to both boys and girls.

Brittany or Britain or Britannia or Britany or Britney or Brittnee or Brittney or Brittania: From Great Britain. Celebrity name for Britney Jean Spears (born December 2, 1981) the famous American multi platinum singer.

Cherokee: not the Jeep, haha!

Cheyenne: a native American name that means unintelligible speaker. Also known as Shyann.

Columbus: the man who found America, this name should be patriotic without further explanations!

Davida: a form of David, who was one of the most powerful Kings of Israel according to the Bible.

Eagle: the symbol of power in America and in numerous other traditions.

Elizabeth: the queen of England, a true symbol of English royalty and an iconic figure in world politics.

Flag: the banner and emblem of nations that lead armies into battle. Many soldiers have died to defend it as the fall of a flag usualy means defeat, a miserable outcome of war.

Free: what we take for granted in modern socities was something that people had to fight for not in the very distant past. A free man was a privilege and bearing the name Free will always remind the struggle of people to win their independence.

George: comes from the Greek word of geōrgos (γεωργός) who is the person who works with the earth, a farmer. The first two letters of the name “ge” mean earth, which make it a patriotic name as all patriots love their land.

Liberty: synonymus of freedom, the power and the right of a nation for autonomy.

Libada: a rare name of unknown origin

Lincoln: the 16th president of the United States of America. He was the first US president to be assassinated. Lincoln was murdered in April 1865 by an actor called John Wilkes Booth.

Loyalty

Nation: the state, the country of our fathers, the homeland which all patriots love and care about.

Pacifika: derives from pacific, so the name meaning is actually “soothing”. After tension between two countries, it is the conciliatory time that bring peace and harmony back on the table, thus Pacifika is a unusual but strong patriotic name.

Patrick: the name comes from the word “patricius” which means nobleman in Latin. The name is well known because of saint Patrick, the Christian missionary who lived in the 4th century and is the Irish patron saint of their country.

Patriot: the one who is loyal to his country, the partisan nationalist who is not a xenophobe nor a racist.

Peace: a time of harmony when no war threatens the security of home.

Queenie: another form of Queen, a name of English origin where royal family has a long tradition.

Red: the color of power and rage, the color of bloodshot and inflamed.

Sailor: is the person who serves in the Navy.

Salute: the move that all soldiers do when they are addressing a superior officer.

Spirit: the soul of a country, the essense of every tradition each nation holds. The spirit of soldiers during war need to be always high. Spirit as a name will also bring in mind a sense of inner self balance and vital life force.

Starr: female name that derives from the stars on the flag of USA.

Utopia: an ideal, a paradise.

Victory: winning the war is always a conquest, a triumph over your enemies.

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9 responses to “32 Patriotic Names”

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  3. Pink Lady says:

    Wow! Thank you!

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  6. Megab says:

    Lincoln was not. Founding Father, he was the 16th president.

    • BabyNames says:

      Hi Megab, thank you so much for your comment. You are right, we had a mistake and it’s now fixed. Thanks to you guys, we are getting better and better each day, and that’s the whole idea of a collaborative website like BabyNamesLog!

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