The name Alwar has Gothic roots. It is a combination of two elements: ‘Al’, which means all, and ‘war’ which means guardian. The meaning of Alwar is ‘guardian of all’. It is considered a masculine name that is commonly given to boys. Alwar is a derivative name of Alvaro, which is an Old German origin name. The name Alvaro means ‘all guards,’ and it is a Visigothic name commonly given to boys. Alwar, as the first name, is generally used by Christian and Hindu families. Moreover, Alwar is also a city in the National Capital Region and Alwar District in Rajasthan, India. The city of Alwar is famous for its majestic forts, serene nature, and delicious milk cakes. The city name was derived by Major General Sir Alexander Cunningham from the Salva tribe. It was originally known as Salwapur, which later got changed to Salwar, followed by Halawar and eventually its present name, Alwar. The name Alwar is commonly used in countries like Finland, Sweden, India, Denmark, Portugal, New Zealand, Australia, and the United States. Overall, the name Alwar is ranked at the position of 8011 on the popularity list.