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Best names for your dog and their meaning

best dog names 2023

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Ace is often a moniker for someone who's an expert at what they do. If your pup is a pro at something–like catching a Frisbee–give them this cute dog name!


Thanks to the British singer, this name is more popular now, but its origins come from Germany and it means “noble.”


This Hebrew name means “fortunate one,” which describes you, now that you’ve got a dog in your life. You can also call your pup Ash for short.


In the book the "Odyssey," Homer describes Athena as having sparkling eyes, making Athena a cute dog name for your twinkly-eyed pup.


Based on a true story about a heroic Siberian Husky, “Balto” tells the story about a dog who went on to lead the sled that brought the diphtheria vaccine to Nome, Alaska.


A white-haired German Shepherd from the Disney movie "Bolt" who thinks his superpowers are real. This is the best dog name for any dog that thinks they’re a superhero IRL!


There are several U.S. towns named Briscoe, and this name can also honor Lennie Briscoe, the iconic police detective played by Jerry Orbach on “Law & Order.”


Cannolis might be hard on the outside, but they're soft and sweet on the inside. This could be a creative dog name for a rough-looking pup who’s actually a softy.


This is the feminine form of Cassius, meaning “cinnamon,” so it might be a good name for dogs with brown fur or a spicy-yet-sweet personality.


Davy Crockett was an American hero and pioneer, the “King of the Wild Frontier,” which in the early 19th century included the state where he was born, Tennessee.


This name originated from France (it meant d’Arcy, or from Arcy) and it later became a popular name for boys (maybe thanks to the fictional Mr. Darcy from “Pride and Prejudice”).


You don’t have to divulge what this badass dog name originally meant because it doesn’t pertain to either you or your pup! (It meant “unlucky.”)


A fire is a cozy thing to have around during the holidays, and your dog will give you as much of a warm feeling as the glowing bits of wood at the bottom of the fireplace.


In the “Harry Potter” series, Feisty Fleur Delacour takes part in the Triwizard Tournament with Harry and Cedric Diggory. It may just be the fanciest-sounding name in the series.


Though Flynn is a boy’s name in Ireland (it means “son of the red-haired one”), it’s one of those unisex names that also fits a female pet, too.


This name dates back centuries and was short for Henry (another great dog name), but it’s been made cooler by Prince Harry (and Harry Potter, of course).


A unique dog name of Persian origin that means "bringer of treasure." So if your pup loves to bring you his most beloved toys, this could be fitting!


A name meaning “cool breeze over the mountains,” which perfectly describes Keanu Reeves and perhaps your laid-back pooch.


If you have one of those “shadow” dogs who loves to be by your side, this name means “attached” or “joined” in Hebrew (plus, it’s a very cool dog name).


This used to be a nickname for William, but actor Liam Neeson and Oasis singer Liam Gallagher helped make it a popular stand-alone choice.


Yes, it’s the name of a blanket-carrying character from “Peanuts,” but this name dates back to ancient Greek mythology, where Linus was a great musician


Labs were already popular pets before “Marley and Me,” but trouble-making Marley made families realize how wonderful they really are.


Yes, cats and dogs can team up, get into mischief and become BFFs—just look at Milo, the orange tabby cat, and Otis, the Pug, in “The Adventures of Milo and Otis.”


If you pup marches to the beat of his own drum, you might want to name him after Pablo Picasso, who invented a new style of painting called Cubism.

If your dog lives in his very own action movie, Rambo might be the perfect dog name.

Another outdoor profession that fits hunting dogs.

For the yellow, long-haired dog in your life.

Is your pup a bit mischievous? Consider naming them Rascal.

This awesome name for a strong-willed dog comes from Raven, a superhero from “Teen Titans.”

Another Irish name meaning “little king,” which pretty much describes any tiny male dog.

Your four-legged family member deserves a sweet name, and this one is the same as the inventor of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, H.B. Reese.

Does your dog love food? Consider naming him or her after the aspiring chef in the Disney movie "Ratatouille."

A cool dog name inspired by the city in Nevada.

This means "king," which could be a funny dog name for a little pup with a royal attitude.

The coolest character in “Gone with the Wind,” and a cool dog name for your pup.

A name of Irish origin meaning "courageous" and a great dog name for a boy dog or a girl dog.

The Weasley clan take Harry Potter into their family, and Ron is one of Harry’s best and most loyal friends.

You might think the Scots invented this alcoholic beverage, but the Irish take credit, too.

This was originally a last name in England, which meant “white island.”

A cute dog name based on the silly "The Simpsons" characters, Chief Wiggum and his son, Ralph Wiggum.

Can’t go wrong naming your dog after country singing icon Willie Nelson.

You might be a little obsessed with the grocery store if you name your doggo Winn-Dixie, but it does have a nice ring to it!

Short for Winnie the Pooh, the loveable teddy bear.

A nod to Sir Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of the U.K. during World War II. Maybe you can get away with calling your pup "Sir" for short!