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60 Unique Male Dog Names and Meanings

Find the best male pet name by browsing 60 strong dog names and their gorgeous meanings.

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  • Valentino – Great health
  • Euphrates – Famous river
  • Ranger – Outdoor explorer
  • Wanderer – Explorer looking around
  • Oliver – Relates to Olive Tree
  • Hooligan – Slang for a trouble maker
  • Champ – Short term for “Champion”
  • Falcon – Type of bird that eats rodents
  • Boris – warrior
  • Rascal – Trouble maker
  • Boa – Type of snake that constricts
  • Xing – Star
  • Zoomer – Fast mover
  • Alcatraz – Famous US prison
  • Diesel – Type of fuel used for motors
  • Bogart – To keep to yourself
  • Cappy – Short term for “Captain”
  • Jumbo – Large
  • Xander – Safe guarder of men
  • Samson – Like the sun
  • Warhol – Famous artist
  • Zazu – Movement
  • Hugo – Savvy, intelligent
  • Rags – Discarded cloth pieces
  • Royce – Royal
  • Benz – Luxury type of car
  • Sinatra – Famous singer
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  • Berber – Indigenous north African people
  • Jax – Child of Jack
  • Bookie – often involved in gambling
  • Rasta – Jamaican origin
  • Fender – part on a car
  • Dingo – A wild Australian dog
  • Xavier – The new house
  • Fabian – Successful farmer
  • Bubbles – Air pockets inside liquid
  • Caspian – From the Caspian Sea
  • Horace – Gatekeeper; timekeeper
  • Fergus – Man of power
  • Hunter – Seeks or Finds
  • Wicket – A little entryway
  • Elvis – Famous singer
  • King – Ruler
  • Sonata – Song style
  • Bomber – Type of airplane that dispenses bombs
  • Ramstein – Famous German band
  • Crockett – Name of explorer
  • Waddles – Short stepper that sways
  • Espresso – Type of compressed coffee
  • Borat – Famous comedy film character
  • Albo – Derivative from dog food
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  • Diddley – Acting in a silly manner
  • Apex – At the very top of
  • Casey – Steadfast in war
  • Trout – Type of fish
  • Vesper – Evening star
  • Divot – Small indentations
  • Ace – One, Single Unit
  • Emerson – Fortitude and force
  • Zed – British for the letter “Z”