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45 English Dog Names

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

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  • Kerry (Ireland) — dark princess
  • Gilda (England) — golden
  • Iona (Scotland) — dove
  • Delia (Wales) — dark
  • Norris (Scotland) — from the north
  • Briann (England) — strong, ascending
  • Winnie (Wales) – blessed reconciliation
  • Dermont (Ireland) — free man
  • Moira (Ireland) — bitter
  • Neala (Ireland) — champion
  • Alfie (England) – variation or Alfred, meaning sage or wise
  • Fiona (Ireland) – white, fair
  • Gordon (Scotland) – from the marshes
  • Aidan (Ireland) – fiery one
  • Diva (Ireland) — divine one
  • Bree (Ireland) — strong
  • Shane (Ireland) – God is gracious
  • Pierce (England) — rock
  • Bridget (Ireland) — strong
  • Maeve (Ireland) — Goddess of song
  • Quinn (Ireland) — wise
  • Ethne (Ireland) — fire
  • Bran (England) – strong
  • Cedric (England) – chief
  • Colin (Ireland) – young child, peaceful dove
  • Alma (Ireland) — all good
  • Keira (Ireland) – black haired
  • Inis (Ireland) — from the river island
  • Harry (Germany) – home ruler. Not of UK or Ireland origin but Harry Potter and Prince Harry are popular in Britain
  • Angus (Scotland) – exceptional
  • Bowden (England) – messenger
  • Mirna (Ireland) — tender
  • Keely (Ireland) — beautiful
  • Ian (Scotland) — gift from God
  • Meryl (England) — falcon
  • Kent (Wales) — white
  • Oliver (England) — from the olive tree; symbolizes fruitfulness and dignity
  • Conor (Ireland) – strong-willed
  • Deirdre (Ireland) — sad one
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  • Griffin (Wales) — strong in faith
  • Nell (England) — shining light
  • Rhiannon (England) — sacred queen
  • Romney (England) — winding river
  • Dinsmore (Ireland) – from the hill fort
  • Rogan (Ireland) — red-haired