This name generator gives you 15 random nicknames or epithets for all kinds of warriors from wild barbarians to clever rogues. There are several nicknames usually for a particular group of warriors, but there are plenty to choose from, so there is something for everyone. In this generator I concentrated on two names, although the second can theoretically be interpreted as 2 more distinct. The first type, covered by the first five results, can be called titles or epithets. Names such as 'The Behemoth,' 'The Everlasting Thirst,' etc. Most of these names would work both with and without the name 'The' and the addition or the removal will alter the feel of the name (Behemoth versus Behemoth), so I would suggest that they play with it a little. These names are either boulderfist or two boulderfist names. In the first five names, inserting or not inserting a space affects the overall feeling of the last 5 names, like using or not. This is mostly a matter of personal preference, so play around and see what you want.
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One of the most popular forms of nicknames for people in the military is the Warrior nickname. When we think of military nicknames we tend to think of soldiers and sailors as brave and strong. In actuality, they have more than just these characteristics, but they are also very much fighters who have a unique sense of humor and can put their all into whatever task they face. Some nicknames for soldiers and sailors include: Corporal Kite, Sergeant Big Red, Lance Corporal, Sniper, Gunner, and Scout. For fighter pilots, you have the nickname of F-14, B-52, B-1, A-6, F-16, and Super Hornet.
These nicknames are usually used by people who know the individual well or have worked with them before. The nickname is not as big of a deal as you would think, because when you're in the military, being known as a fighter is no big deal. If you want to be known as a warrior, you can always get other nicknames like "Lucky Number", "Fighter, "Rookie," or "Sniper." This way, when you wear your nickname on your uniform, other people will know who you are.
You can choose from a wide variety of military nicknames for people. You should try to find a name that matches what you are. If you are a member of an army branch and want to be known as a soldier, you can get a nickname like "Soldier's Boy." If you are a sailor, you can get nicknames like "Shipmate," "Navy Boy," or "Sailor." If you are a Marine, you could be called anything from "Marine" to "Joker" to "Dirty".