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Best names 120 German Dogs

Maybe you have a German dog, like a Rottweiler or a German shepherd, or maybe you simply want a dog name that means business. I will give you the best Best names 120 German

German dog names, unlike British or French dog names, have a no-nonsense sound to our American ears. Give a German name to a large, impressive dog if you want people to take them seriously, or give your tiny, not-very-intimidating dog a German name for an amusing effect. (Dachshunds, which are both small and German, are excellent candidates for these names.) Here are Best names 120 and their meanings.

There are over 20 breeds that originated from Germany, some of which make great hunting partners like the German Shorthaired Pointer, the Munsterlander or the Dachshund others make excellent guarding dogs like the Rottweiler, Doberman, and Leonberger(the gentle lion) and some just make incredible companion dogs, for example, the Pomeranian. The most famous breed developed in Germany is, of course, the German Shepherd, a medium-sized dog that slightly resembles a wolf. This breed is one of the smartest in the world and can take on any given task. Due to its psychological and physical qualities, it can be used in the most varied fields of activity: detection, war, intervention, fires, tracking, search and rescue, guide dog, and many many other activities.

Names 120 German Dogs:

  • Beckenbauer
  • Bergen – mountain dweller
  • Bruno
  • Christian
  • Damian
  • Dedrick – ruler
  • Dominic
  • Dwight
  • Edel – distinguished
  • Eldwin – old friend
  • Elias
  • Emil
  • Abelard – resolute
  • Adelino – noble
  • Adler – eagle
  • Albern – noble warrior
  • Alexander
  • Andreas
  • Anton
  • August – revered
  • Garin – warrior
  • Garron – mighty with a spear
  • Gunther – warrior
  • Hans
  • Helmut – courageous
  • Hermann
  • Jamie
  • Jannis
  • Johann
  • Klaus
  • Konrad- wise counsel
  • Kroos
  • Ernest – determined
  • Fabian
  • Falk – wolf
  • Felix
  • Finn
  • Frank
  • Franz
  • Frederick – peaceful ruler
  • Fritz
  • Nico
  • Niklas
  • Oskar
  • Otto
  • Ozil
  • Rambert – mighty, intelligent
  • Robin
  • Sebastian
  • Vincent
  • Kurt
  • Liam
  • Linus
  • Lukas
  • Madelhari – war counselor
  • Manfred
  • Maximilian
  • Meinrad – strong advisor
  • Mesut
  • Mika
  • Moritz
  • Müller

German names for female dogs:

  • Brunhilde/ Brunhilda – dark warrior
  • Clara
  • Dagomar – splendid or glorious day
  • Elisa
  • Ella
  • Emilia
  • Erika
  • Felda – from the field
  • Fredrika – peaceful ruler
  • Frieda
  • Ada – noble, serene
  • Agatha – good
  • Alessia
  • Alfreda – wise counselor
  • Alina
  • Amelie
  • Andrea
  • Angelika
  • Anna
  • Annika
  • Ida
  • Ingrid
  • Johanna
  • Josephine
  • Katrin
  • Leni
  • Lia
  • Lina
  • Lotta
  • Mara
  • Maritza – of the sea
  • Marlene – from the high tower
  • Martina
  • Mathilda
  • Mia
  • Gerda – beloved warrior
  • Gerwalta – mighty with a spear
  • Greta – pearl
  • Griswalde – from the gray forest
  • Helena
  • Hilda – battle maiden
  • Hildagarde – fortress
  • Romhilda – glorious battle maiden
  • Rosalie
  • Rosamund – famous guardian
  • Sabine
  • Serihilda – armored battle maiden
  • Sofia
  • Stefanie
  • Wilhelmina -resolute protector
  • Winifride – peaceful friend
  • Miriam
  • Nadine
  • Nele
  • Nina
  • Nora
  • Paula
  • Pia