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90 Warrior Dog Names

Here is a collection of male/female warrior names for dogs.

Male Warrior Names for Dogs

  • Marco (Italian for warrior)
  • Barny (German for brave as a bear)
  • Achilles (Famous warrior)
  • Selma (German for God’s helmet)
  • Duncan (Brown warrior; dark-skinned warrior)
  • Cadby (English for warriors village)
  • Alexander (Greek for defender of men)
  • Samurai (Member of the warrior class)
  • Allard (German for noble and brave)
  • Chadwick (English for a warrior’s settlement)
  • Kane (Gaelic for tribute; warrior)
  • Geronimo (Apache warrior)
  • Gunther (German for warrior)
  • Nana (Famous Chiricahua Apache leader)
  • Albar (English for elf warrior)
  • Hector (The bravest and most famous Trojan warrior)
  • Ajax (Mightiest Greek warrior in the Trojan war)
  • Juh (Apache warrior)
  • Moriarty (Irish for sea warrior)
  • Abner (Hebrew for Army commander)
  • Atsushi (Japanese for compassionate warrior)
  • Luther (German warrior)

  • Indra (Hindi for fierce warrior)
  • Harb (Arabic for warrior)
  • Bushi (Japanese for all warriors)
  • Martin (warrior of Mars)
  • Askari (East African for soldier)
  • Humbert (German for warrior)
  • Cadman (Anglo-Saxon for warrior)
  • Elvy (An elf warrior)
  • Duxi (Warrior of the people)
  • Hooch (Famous and majestic film police dog)
  • Dustin (Old English for warrior)
  • Andrew (Greek for warrior, strong)
  • Barry (Gaelic for spear)
  • Dima (Slovak for a warrior)
  • Baron (Warrior; title of nobility used as a given name)
  • Ludwig (Famous warrior)
  • Andre (Greek for warrior)
  • Eloy (Spanish for warrior)
  • Herod (Greek for warrior, also for Herod the Great)
  • Bali (Hindu for mighty warrior)

Female Warrior Names for Dogs

  • Zelda (A warrior)
  • Elvara (Old English for warrior)
  • Nora (The greatest woman warrior in the history of Albania)
  • Levana (Hebrew for defender of the moon)
  • Andromeda (An Amazon warrior)
  • Velma (Germanic for protector)
  • Rosamund (German for horse protector)
  • Willa (German for protector)
  • Xena (Greek for warrior princess)
  • Arely (Hebrew for brave)
  • Joan (Refers to Joan of Arc)
  • Pisto (Amazon warrior)
  • Valda (Norse for spirited warrior)
  • Raina (German for wise guardian)
  • Alvira / Alvera (German for universal protector)
  • Mathilda (Old German for battle maiden; strength)
  • Alexandra (Greek for female protector)
  • Brina (English for strong)
  • Alastair (Scottish for warrior)
  • Freyja (The goddess of love, beauty and war in Norse mythology)
  • Barbara / Bonny (Defender against fire)
  • Cass / Cassy (Greek for man’s defender)

  • Jade (A stone known for defense)
  • Sandra (Greek for defending men)
  • Alexis (Greek for man’s defender)
  • Elmina / Elma (German for determined defender)
  • Branka (Slovak for protector)
  • Maia (Brave warrior)
  • Armina (English for warrior princess)
  • Sasha (Russian for defender)
  • Hida (German for warrior)
  • Sloane (American English for fighter)
  • Lexie (Greek for man’s defender)
  • Juno (Goddess and wife of Zeus, protector of women)
  • Hilda (Germanic for battle)
  • Athena (The goddess of mental agility, intelligence)
  • Olesia (Polish for defender of mankind)
  • Deandra (A Greek warrior)
  • Loyce (German for a female warrior)
  • Trudi (Strong spear warrior)
  • Diva (The heroine and leading lady)
  • Minna (German for man’s defender)
  • Matilda (Old German for female warrior)