Dog Names That Mean Arrow

Arrow Dog NamesThe bow and arrow is a projectile weapon system that predates recorded history and is common to most cultures. Archery is the art, practice, or skill of applying it. Today, bows and arrows are used primarily for hunting and for the sport of archery. When coming up to dog names, flying arrow can be used to describe a hunting dog. Here comes our collection of dog names that mean arrow in various origins and cultures.


NameMeaningGenderOrigin
AlleyA narrow street or passagewayUnisexEnglish
BelenBethlehem.MaleEnglish
BoltUnisexHebrew
CalhounWarriorMaleEnglish
FletcherMaker of arrowsMaleEnglish
FloArrowFemaleEnglish
FlowerA bloomFemaleEnglish
GalvinSparrowsMaleGaelic
KeleSparrowMaleNative American
KelvinFrom the River ClydeMaleEnglish
KileyBoomerangFemalePacific Islander
KylanA Place-Name Referring To The Narrows: A Wood Or A Church.MaleEnglish
KyleChurchMaleGaelic
KylerA mix of Kyle and TylerMaleEnglish
LaneLaneUnisexEnglish
MarvaUncertain, possibly eminent marrowFemaleWelsh
MarvinUncertain, possibly eminent marrowMaleWelsh
MervinUncertain, possibly eminent marrowMaleWelsh
MervynUncertain, possibly eminent marrowMaleWelsh
MiyaTempleFemaleJapanese
MotegaArrow that's newMaleNative American
NoodleA narrow ribbon-like strip of doughUnisexEnglish
OguzMaleHebrew
SequoiaLarge TreeFemaleNative American
TeraCragFemaleGaelic
TouyaPeach tree and arrowUnisexJapanese
YumiBeautifulFemaleJapanese
YumikoHelpful beautiful childFemaleJapanese



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