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We all know names have meaning. When you know the meaning and origin of a name this can help you decide if it will fit with your dog. You can take a name that suits your boy dog and puppy's personality and temperament or you can take a name and see how it fits as they grow! It might be funny to have a dog named Adel meaning noble when your dog in fact is happy to roll around in dirt and farts more than you do. If you have a German or French background you might want to give your dog a name that reflects that heritage. Here is a list of boy dog and puppy names with meaning and origin ordered alphabetically.

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A-Z Names

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Name Meaning Origin
Anhaga Solitary Anglo-Saxon
Anir Son of Arthur Arthurian Legend
Ann Name of a king German
Anna Name of a king English
Annan From the stream Celtic
Anscom Lives in the valley of the majestic one English
Anscomb Lives in the valley of the majestic one English
Ansel Adherent of a nobleman French
Anselmo Divine helmet Spanish
Ansgar Warrior Celtic
Ansleigh From the awe inspiring one's meadow English
Ansley From the awe inspiring one's meadow English
Anson Anne's son. A surname. English
Antfortas Keeper of the grail Arthurian Legend
Anthony Highly praiseworthy. Mark Antony: (83-30 BC) Roman triumvir and general who shared a throne and a tempestuous political career with Queen Cleopatra of Egypt. See Tony. English
Antoine Highly praiseworthy. See Anthony. French
Anton German form of Anthony German
Antor Foster father of Arthur Arthurian Legend
Anwealda Ruler Anglo-Saxon
Anwell Beloved Celtic
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Anwyl Beloved Celtic
Anyon Anvil Celtic
Anzor Free. (derivative from Georgian Anzawir) Russian
Aod Mythical son of Lyr Celtic
Aodh Fire Celtic
Aoidh Spirited Scottish
Aonghus Exceptionally strong Celtic
Aonghus Unnaturally strong Scottish
Ap Owen Son of Owen Celtic
Apollo Uncle of Tristan Arthurian Legend
Apsel Father of peace German
Aquilino Eagle Spanish
Aramis Fictional swordsman: (ambitious and filled with religious aspirations) from Alexander Dumas's Three Musketeers. French
Arawn Mythical king of the Underworld Celtic
Arber Dealer of herbs French
Archambault Bold French
Archard Powerful French
Archard Strong German
Archenhaud Bold French
Archerd Sacred Anglo-Saxon
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Archere Bowman English
Archibald Bold German
Archibaldo Bold Spanish
Archie Valuable: bold. English
Archimbald Bold German
Ardal Intelligent or noble German
Ardaleah From the home lover's meadow English
Ardel From the hare's dell English
Ardell From the hare's dell English
Arden Lofty: eager. Celtic
Ardleigh From the home lover's meadow English
Ardley From the home lover's meadow English
Ardolf Home loving wolf English
Ardolph Home loving wolf English
Ardwolf Home loving wolf English
Aren Eagle German
Arend Power of an eagle German
Argyle From the land of the Gauls Scottish
Argyle From the land of the Irish Celtic
Arian Spares Anglo-Saxon

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