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150 Exotic Dog Names

A list of exotic dog names to use for finding the perfect name for your puppy!

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  • Salome: It stands for ‘peace’ in Hebrew.
  • Hannibal: A Carthaginian military commander.
  • Winona: It’s a German name that means ‘firstborn daughter.’
  • Piper: This British word describes someone who plays the pipe.
  • Pirro: It means ‘red-haired.’
  • Earl: A rank of nobility in England.
  • Liam: Irish word that stands for ‘guardian.’
  • Serena: This Latin word stands for ‘something peaceful.’
  • Stalene: It means ‘bright like a star.’
  • Cion: Gaelic word that means ‘affectionate.’
  • Shilin: Gaelic word that stands for ‘cherry.’
  • Syndy: A word that means ‘light.’
  • Francoise: A French name that stands for ‘free.’
  • Hades: Underworld king in Greek mythology.
  • Sicily: Derived from a famous Italian island.
  • Emrys: A Celtic word that means ‘immortality.’
  • Goliath: A character from the bible.
  • Delta: A spot where the river meets the ocean.
  • Dion: It is a word from ancient Greece that stands for ‘independent.’
  • Rosalia: Popular Spanish word that means ‘rose.’
  • Saundra: This Scottish word means ‘defender of mankind.’
  • Arnaldo: A Spanish word indicating ‘eagle power.’
  • Hopet: It is the Norwegian word for ‘hope.’
  • Aysel: A Turkish word that means ‘moonlight.’
  • Rochana: A Hindi word that defines ‘beauty.’
  • Siona: This Hebrew word means ‘at the height of something.’
  • Runako: An African American name that means ‘handsome.’
  • Sarita: It’s a Hindi word that means river.
  • Fochik: Of Chickasaw origin, it means ‘stars.’
  • Floyd: A Celtic name that stands for ‘grey.’
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  • Caesar: Derived from Julius Caesar.
  • Giselle: A French name.
  • Hokama: Of Cree origin, it means ‘guide.’
  • Dafina: Swahili word that means ‘precious.’
  • Aurora: Inspired by the otherworldly aurora borealis
  • Wallaby: A small, kangaroo-like creature.
  • Cruz: Latino word that means ‘cross.’
  • Bryson: Of Welsh origin, this word indicates someone who is a descendant of Brice.
  • Ava: A Hebrew word that means ‘life.’
  • Lazlo: A popular moniker from Hungary; it means ‘to rule with glory.’
  • Sivan: It stands for ‘shepherd.’
  • Venetia: This word stands for the city of canals in Italy.
  • Enze: This mandarin word means ‘to favor someone.’
  • Taiyo: A Japanese word that means ‘sun.’
  • Igloo: Inspired by the ice structure.
  • Clarence: The name of a 14th-century prince.
  • Elise: A spiritual word that means ‘oath of God.’
  • Asher: This Hebrew word means ‘happy.’
  • Talitha: An Aramaic word that means ‘a child’ or ‘a maiden.’
  • Magnolia: The state tree of Mississippi.
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  • Kenyatta: Kenyan word that means ‘musician.’
  • Shanay: It is a word that defines ‘God’s graciousness.’
  • Harper: A British word that stands for ‘a harpist and minstrel.’
  • Alistair: Greek word that means ‘protector of men.’
  • Octavius: A Latin name that means ‘eight.’
  • Vallita: A Finnish word that means ‘to rule.’
  • Zelphia: A word that means ‘wise.’
  • Hasiin: It means ‘hope,’ and it’s a word of Navajo origin.
  • Ziva: Of Hebrew origin, this name carries the meaning of ‘splendor’ or ‘brilliance.’
  • Valdis: A Norse name.
  • Yolanna: It means ‘violent hue.’
  • Trixie: It means ‘fun-loving.’
  • Morgandy: It’s a Celtic name that means ‘a little one from the sea’s edge.’
  • Phantom: A name derived from the Phantom of the Opera.
  • Fonzell: A Latin word that means ‘ready to fight.’
  • Guven: Turkish word that means ‘trust.’
  • Ada: ‘beauty.’
  • Maya: Daughter of Atlas, a mythological character.
  • Yamini: A Hindi word that means ‘night.’
  • Lola: It’s a Spanish name that means ‘strong woman.’
  • Adrian: Derived from the Latin word ‘Hadrianus.’
  • Airlia: A Greek word that means ‘eternal.’
  • Luna: The moon
  • Adel: German name that means ‘noble.’
  • Aramis: The third musketeer.
  • Rocco: A short and punchy name, it is inspired by the Italian word ‘rock.’ It stands for something tough and long-lasting.
  • Ivan: A Russian name that means ‘God is gracious.’
  • Alam: Mayan word that means ‘Jaguar.’
  • Atlas: Famous Titan from the Greek mythology.
  • Leonardo: The name means ‘bold’ or ‘lion.’
  • Kiara: It means ‘something pure.’ It originated in Scandinavia.
  • Dalmar: A person good at English.
  • Rex: It’s the Latin word for ‘king.’
  • Rosalba: It is the Spanish word for white rose.
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  • Xylona: This Greek word defines someone belonging to the forest.
  • Daria: It means ‘rich.’
  • Umika: A Japanese word that stands for ‘the ocean’s fragrance.’
  • Sumo: A name inspired by sumo wrestling.
  • Adonis: The name of a Phoenician god; references are also found in Greek history.
  • Ande: It’s a Swedish word that means ‘spirit.’
  • Layla: A word of Arabic origin that stands for ‘night beauty.’
  • Hamlin: Of German origin, this name means ‘to love your house.’
  • Keely: This name means beauty. This moniker has an Irish and Celtic origin.
  • Ares: Greek war god.
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  • Noam: A Hebrew word that means ‘pleasant man.’
  • Tawney: An Irish name that stands for ‘a green field.’
  • Kenzo: A word of Japanese origin; it defines someone as strong and intelligent.
  • Mathias: A Scandinavian name that means ‘gift of God.’
  • Magnus: It is a Danish word that means ‘great.’
  • Westina: An English word that means ‘the western village.’
  • Givenchy: You can name your canine after this French designer.
  • Rosabel: This nature-inspired Latin name means ‘beautiful flower.’
  • Rama: A Hebrew word that defines something as ‘exalted.’
  • Kellan: An African name that means ‘powerful.’
  • Ramesses: Name inspired by the Egyptian pharaoh.
  • Lakota: This Native American word means ‘friend.’
  • Drake: It stands for ‘dragon’ in English.
  • Sheela: A word of Hindi origin that means ‘kind.’
  • Rhamah: A Swahili word that stands for ‘sweetness.’
  • Rahana: This name means ‘sweet basil.’
  • Lilja: Of Icelandic origin, it means ‘lily.’
  • Dali: World renown Spanish artist.
  • Brayden: Celtic word that stands for ‘brave.’
  • Einar: Of Scandinavian origin, it means ‘warrior.’
  • Dymond: A town located in Ontario.
  • Toshi: It’s a Tibetan term that means ‘auspicious.’
  • Orlando: A famous character from Shakespeare’s play.
  • Lootus: An Estonian word that means ‘the bringer of hope.’
  • Bron: A Dutch word that means ‘spring.’
  • Aldis: An exotic name of English origin.
  • Hercules: Greek demi-god.
  • Aviana: It means ‘beauty.’
  • Terra: This Latin word stands for ‘the earth.’
  • Vladimir: Well-known Slavic name.
  • Raviro: Of Shona origin, the word means ‘gift of God.’
  • Gev: It’s a Persian word that means ‘warrior.’
  • Norvin: It means ‘friend from the north.’
  • Benison: An English word that means ‘blessing.’
  • Tira: A Hebrew word that means ‘camping.’
  • Eldon: A word of English origin, it means ‘old farm.’
  • Parker: Of British origin, it means a park keeper.
  • Burton: An English word that means ‘from the fortress.’
  • Keiko: A Japanese word that means ‘blessing.’
  • Arsenic: ‘Poison.’
  • Basil: An herb widely used in Italian foods.
  • Apollo: Name of A Greek god.
  • Genghis: Derived from Genghis Khan.
  • Costello: An English word that means “son of Oisdealbhach.”
  • Serilda: This Teutonic name means ‘a woman warrior.’
  • Aesop: Greek fable writer.
  • Tashina: This name is perfect for someone who is born on Christmas.
  • Surya: It’s a Hindi word that stands for the sun.
  • Nova: This name has two origins—Native American (means the one who chases butterfly) and Latin (means new).
  • Athos: One of the three musketeers.
  • Porthos: The other musketeer
  • Theola: Teutonic word that means ‘ruler.’
  • Wanniya: An Amharic word indicating courage and spirit.
  • Gaspar: ‘Treasure keeper.’
  • Rayna: This Hebrew word means ‘song of the Lord’.
  • Thirza: It stands for ‘divine.’