Ignatz is a name of German origin traditionally used for males. The meaning of Ignatz is 'firey one; born from fire; unknowing'. Ignatz, as a name, is quite famous among the Danish, Swedish, and Germans. People believe that individuals named Ignatz have an excellent means to view people. They like solitude and also enjoy outdoor activities. They are also believed to have a liking for work and a person who knows how to overcome their innate fears. Some notable personalities that carry the name Ignatz are Ignatz Bubus, the German Jewish leader and the chairman of Zentralrat der Juden in Deutschland; Ignatz Leo Nascher, the American doctor (Austria born) who is known to have coined the term Geriatrics; Ignatz von Popiel, the Polish-Ukrainian chess player; Ignatz Waghalter, Polish-German conductor and composer; and Ignatz Wiemeler, German bookbinder. The name has also been used for some fictional characters like Ignatz Victor from 'Fire Emblem: Three Houses'; Ignatz, the central character from 'Krazy Kat', the comic strip.