100 Female Warrior Names you need to know

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Want to learn more about female warrior names in history? This article will outline 100 female warrior names you need to know.

If you have ever seen the movie Wonder Woman or heard about the great Cleopatra of Egypt, then you know that women are incredible.

There have been scores of women, proudly called female warriors who have fought for the right things, sacrificed or even fought for their own interests. No matter their motives, these female warrior names are too big to ignore.

Here are the names of those female warriors

  1. Joan (of Arc)
  2. Scathach ( of Ireland)
  3. Queen Teuta of Illyria
  4. Tomoe Gozen and the Onna-Bugeisha (Of Japan)
  5. Queen Boudica ( of the British Iceni tribe)
  6. Ana Nzinga ( of Angola)
  7. Grace O’ Malley ( From an Irish clan of the West Coat)
  8. Zenobia ( Queen of the Palmyrene (Syria) Empire)
  9. Queen Cleopatra
  10. Lozen ( of the Chiricahua Apaches)
  11. Artemisia of Caria
  12. Fu Hao ( Chinese General of the Shang Dynasty)
  13. Pantea Arteshbod ( Persian Commander)
  14. Chrysame
  15. Tellesilla ( Spartan Poet)
  16. Tomyris ( Massagetae Queen)
  17. Boudicca
  18. Khutulun
  19. Mai Bhago
  20. Rani Velu Nachiyar
  21. Micaela Bastidas Puyucahua
  22. The Dahomey Amazons
  23. Matilda of Tuscany
  24. TRIỆU THỊ TRINH (Vietnamese Joan of Arc)
  25. Nakano Takeko
  26. Nandi ( Also called, mother of Shaka Zulu of South Africa)
  27. Kandake Amanirenas ( Queen of the Meroitic Kingdom of Kush and Yaa Asantewaa, now Ghana)
  28. Amina ( of the ZauZau Kingdom, now Zaria)
  29. Ahhotep I ( Egyptian Queen)
  30. Onomaris ( of Galatian)
  31. Amage ( Of Scythian)
  32. Antandra
  33. Cahira
  34. Brunhilde
  35. Camilla
  36. Wanda (Of Polland)
  37. Aud the Deep Minded ( of Iceland)
  38. Banu Khorramdin ( Persian Soldier)
  39. Umm Umara ( Defender of Muhammed in battle)
  40. Gwenllian Ferch Gruffyd (Welsh Martyr)
  41. Gaboimilla ( Peruvian Amazon Queen)
  42. Maria Pita ( Spanish Heroine)
  43. Hedwig
  44. Aria
  45. Aoife
  46. Nazo Tokhl (Afghan Warrior)
  47. Anne Dieu-la Veut ( French Pirate and Buccaneer)
  48. Hanna Duston ( American)
  49. Ptolema
  50. Imelda
  51. Romilda
  52. Gabriel Silang ( Filipina Revolutionary)
  53. Bui Thi Xuan ( Vietnamese General)
  54. Mkabayi Kajama ( of Zululand)
  55. Tille
  56. Elaine Mordeax ( French Resistance Commander)
  57. Roza Hanina
  58. Peal Witherington (SOE Agent)
  59. Eferhild
  60. Viveka
  61. Zelda
  62. Alala
  63. Fianna
  64. Orithia
  65. Aella
  66. Hippolyte
  67. Adelaide of Susa
  68. Olga of Kiev
  69. Rusla and Stikla ( Viking Pirates)
  70. Hallgerd the Petty
  71. Agnes Hotot
  72. Agnes Rudolph
  73. Jeanne de Clisson ( French noblewoman)
  74. Chand Bibi ( Indian Muslin Woman Warrior)
  75. Madame de Saint-Baslemont ( Christain Amazon)
  76. Nanny of the Maroons
  77. Shen Yunying
  78. Gao Guiyuing
  79. Alyona ( Russian Nun)
  80. Tarabai
  81. Jacquotte Delahaye ( Caribbean Pirate)
  82. Xanthippe
  83. Eleanor of Aquitaine
  84. Catherine de Medici
  85. Harriet Tubman
  86. Elizabeth 1 of England
  87. Amelia Earhart
  88. Eleanor Roosevelt
  89. Helen Keller
  90. Queen Victoria
  91. Margaret Thatcher
  92. Mary Slessor
  93. Oprah Winfrey
  94. Anne of Austria
  95. Empress Josephine
  96. Harriet Tubman
  97. Buffalo Calf Road Woman
  98. Yaa Asantewaa
  99. Rehana and the Kurdish Female Warriors
  100. Maria de Estrada
  101. Rui Sasaki ( Swordmaster of Edo Japan)
  102. Ilona Zrinyi ( Hungarian Heroine)
  103. Catalina de Erauso ( of South America)

There are many more notable female warriors who fought against all odds and became quite known in history for their exploits.

From warriors by scorn to warrior by choice, these women were so powerful that they sometimes eradicated an entire tribe, got killed in their passionate fight or led the liberation of many countries of today.

These women were housewives, mothers, and yet managed to led wars and became conquerors.

From the amazing works of these women, it goes without saying that the ‘Wonder Woman’ is no fictional tale but a combination of the true facts about women in history

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