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99 German Dog Names With Meaning

While naming dogs, English names have probably taken the world by storm, there are some people like you who prefer giving their furry friend a German name. This article will help you settle down your problem for sure.

Here are 99 German dog names for your dog with their appropriate meaning:

German Names For Male Dogs

  1. Adler – eagle
  2. Alfred – wise counselor
  3. Alger – clever warrior
  4. Albert – bright, noble
  5. Aldo – old and wise
  6. Arvin – friendly to all
  7. Axel – peaceful
  8. Bruno – brown-haired
  9. Bach – dweller near the brook
  10. Bärchen – little bear
  11. Baldwin – brave friend
  12. Bernard – brave like a bear
  13. Cayden – a spirit of battle
  14. Claus – people’s victory
  15. Clovis – famous warrior
  16. Damian – the fighter
  17. Emmet – strong, industrious
  18. Ferdinand – courageous and adventurous
  19. Felix – lucky
  20. Franz – a free man
  21. Fritz – peaceful ruler
  22. Frido – powerful
  23. Frederik – peaceful ruler
  24. Garin – warrior
  25. Gunther – warrior
  26. Hansel – male character of the German story “Hansel & Gretel”
  27. Hendrik – home ruler
  28. Herr – Mister in the German language
  29. Hamlin – one who loves his home
  30. Hugo – wise
  31. Jaeger – hunter
  32. Keene – sharp, bold
  33. Leonard – brave lion
  34. Luther – warrior
  35. Max – greatest
  36. Otto – wealthy, rich
  37. Ozzy – divine spear
  38. Prinz – prince
  39. Rudy/Rudolph – famous wolf
  40. Ritter – knight
  41. Raymond – wise protector
  42. Schatzi – sweetheart
  43. Stein – stone
  44. Ugo – heart mind, spirit
  45. Waldo – ruler
  46. Walter – ruler of the army
  47. Verner – defender of the army
  48. Wilfred – determined peacemaker
  49. Zelig – blessed one
A GSD puppy sitting on grass. Which German name will you give it to him?
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German Names For Female Dogs

  1. Ada – kind, noble
  2. Amelia – striving
  3. Annika – graceful
  4. Annette – gracious
  5. Ava – bird
  6. Beate – happy
  7. Bernadette – brave as a bear
  8. Berta – glorious, intelligent
  9. Britta – strength
  10. Caroline -free
  11. Dagmar – famous, glorious
  12. Ella – fairly maiden
  13. Elsa – noble
  14. Emma – universal
  15. Fräulein – Miss
  16. Frederika – peaceful ruler
  17. Frieda – peaceful
  18. Gretchen – pearl
  19. Greta – pearl
  20. Gretel – female character of the famous German story “Hensel & Gretel”
  21. Heidi – noble
  22. Hessia – German state
  23. Hilda – battle, warfare
  24. Hulda – sweet and lovable
  25. Helga – pious
  26. Ida – hardworking
  27. Katrin – great beauty
  28. Leona – brave as a lioness
  29. Liebe- love
  30. Liesel – pledged to God
  31. Lorelei – alluring
  32. Lola – lady of sorrows
  33. Lotti – little woman
  34. Marta – lady
  35. Milla – industrious
  36. Millie – gentle strength
  37. Mischa – like God
  38. Nia – bright
  39. Olinda – protector of property
  40. Petra – solid as a rock
  41. Romey – rebellious, obstinate
  42. Sofie – wise
  43. Sascha – defender of mankind
  44. Ursula – little female bear
  45. Vala – singled out
  46. Vera – faith, truth
  47. Wanda – wanderer
  48. Winola – charming friend
  49. Zelda – gray fighting maid
  50. Zenzi – grow, thrive

These were 99 German names that you can try giving to your Fido. Do you want to know dog names starting with S?

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