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100 Medieval Dog Names

We hope this list of Medieval dog names gives you an idea on naming your puppy.

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  • Inca (ancient civilization in South America)
  • Jane Pawsten (Jane Austen, English novelist)
  • Jacques (Jacques Cousteau, French ocean explorer)
  • Romeo Monatawoof (Romeo Monatague, a character from a Shakespeare novel)
  • Casanova (Giacomo Casanova, Italian author)
  • Gulliver (fictional book character)
  • Midas (mythical King)
  • Xerxes (Xerxes the Great of Persia)
  • Titan (in Greek mythology, they ruled the world before the Olympians)
  • Haira (Hera, Zeus’ wife and sister in Greek mythology)
  • Hairy Houdini (Harry Houdini, a magician)
  • Attila (Attila the Hun)
  • Isabella (Queen of Spain)
  • Troubadour (Performer of old lyrical poetry)
  • Kerouac (Jack Kerouac)
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  • Donatello (Italian Renaissance artist)
  • Alexandra (Alexandra Feodorovna, Russian Empress)
  • Salvadore Doggi (Salvador Dali, Spanish painter)
  • Dickens (Charles Dickens, English author)
  • Imelda (Spanish saint)
  • Goliath (warrior in the Bible)
  • Cicero (a Roman philosopher)
  • Elizabeth (Queen of England)
  • Dante (Italian Poet)
  • Seneca (Roman philosopher)
  • Albone Einstein (Albert Einstein)
  • Harriet (Tubman, Beecher Stowe)
  • Delilah (character in the Bible)
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  • Rosa Barks (Rosa Parks)
  • Hester (Hester Prynne, main character in the Scarlet Letter)
  • Bo (President Obama’s family dog)
  • Leif Ericsbone (Leif Ericson, viking explorer)
  • Furley Temple (Shirley Temple)
  • Horace (Quintus Horatius Flaccus, a Roman poet)
  • Brunhild (Royal woman of the Visigoths)
  • Woofgang (Wolfgang Mozart, an Austrian composer)
  • Cleopawtra (Cleopatra, the last Pharaoh of Egypt)
  • Chekhov (Anton Chekhov, Russian author)
  • Geronimo (Apache tribe leader)
  • Howlen (Helen of Troy)
  • Trojan (The Trojan War in Greece)
  • Michelangelo (Italian Renaissance artist)
  • Shiba (queen of Shiba in the Bible)
  • Julius (Julius Caesar, a Roman)
  • Sock-rates (Socrates, Greek philosopher)
  • Byron (Lord Byron, English poet)
  • Wilhelmina (Netherlands Queen)
  • Quintus (Quintus Horatius Flaccus, a Roman poet)
  • Rafael (Italian Renaissance artist)
  • Aphra (Aphra Behn, first professional female writer)
  • Verbona (Verona, city in Italy, setting for Romeo & Juliet)
  • Jezebel (princess in the Bible)
  • Rococo (18th century artistic movement)
  • Amelia (Amelia Earhart, American pilot)
  • Yuma (American Indian Tribe)
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  • Avigdor (Biblical name)
  • Hannibal Barka (Hannibal Barca, Punic Carthaginian military commander)
  • Patton (George Patton, a U.S. General)
  • DaVinci (Leonardo DaVinci)
  • Crockett (Davey Crockett, American frontiersman)
  • Benjiman Franklin (Benjamin Franklin, Founding Father of the U.S.)
  • Hoover (J. Edgar Hoover)
  • Pawgustus (Augustus, first Roman Emperor)
  • Ajax (Greek hero)
  • Tesla (Nikola Tesla, a Serbian American inventor)
  • Nero (Roman emperor)
  • Sigmund Flead (Sigmund Frued, Austrian neurologist)
  • Guinevere (Queen of King Arthur)
  • Brutus (Roman politician)
  • Napawleon (Napoleon Bonaparte of France)
  • Magdalena (from Mary Magdalene, of the Bible)
  • Genghis (Genghis Khan, Mongolian emperor)
  • Portia (character in a Shakespeare novel)
  • Octavia (sister of Augustus)
  • Abel (first son of Adam and Eve)
  • Homer (Greek poet)
  • Chompin (Frédéric Chopin, French-Polish composer)
  • Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln)
  • Bach (Johann Sebastian Bach, German composer)
  • Ulassie (Ulysses, a warrior in the Trojan War)
  • Dogphi (Delphi, a place in Greece, where the oracle allegedly lived)
  • Winston Furchill (Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister)
  • Guinevere (Queen consort of King Arthur)
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  • Excalibur (fictional sword of King Arthur)
  • Florence (Florence Nightingale, founder of modern nursing)
  • Ares (God of war)
  • Ursa (constellation)
  • Golda (Israeli politician)
  • Beethoven (Ludwig van Beethoven, German composer)
  • Rosie (Rosie the Riveter)
  • George Washingbone (George Washington, 1st President of the United States)
  • Pawsephone (Persephone, daughter of Zeus in Greek mythology)
  • Plato (Greek philosopher)
  • Beauregard (Confederate military officer)
  • Joan of Barks (Joan of Arc)
  • Voltaire (French writer and philosopher)
  • Venus (planet and Roman goddess)
  • Pawris (son of the King and Queen of Troy in Greece)
  • Pharaoh (name for Kings of ancient Egypt)
  • Rover Cleveland (Grover Cleveland, U.S. President)