Colonial Dog Names, Names Inspired By Colonial

Colonial Dog NamesColonial was a very important time in our history, it started the time of freedom and independence, and it also brought us lots of interesting names. If you like historic dog names, you could consider our collection of colonial dog names. Although colonial names are no longer in fashion, but there are some real gems and they will be shining for ever. Check out the below list and pick your favorite dog name.



NameMeaningGenderOrigin
AbelBreathMaleHebrew
AbigailFather in rejoicingFemaleHebrew
AbijahThe Lord is my fatherMaleHebrew
AbnerThe father is a lightMaleHebrew
AbrahamFather of a multitude or many nationsMaleHebrew
AjaxMournerMaleGreek
AldenOld friendMaleEnglish
AlexanderDefending menMaleGreek
AliceNoble kindFemaleGermanic
AmityFriendshipFemaleEnglish
AmosEncumberedMaleHebrew
AnnGraceFemaleHebrew
AnnaGraceFemaleHebrew
AnneGraceFemaleHebrew
AnselFortunateMaleYiddish
AnthonyPricelessMaleLatin
ArchibaldPrecious or true and boldMaleGermanic
ArthurPossibly bear or stoneMaleGaelic
AsaDoctorFemaleHebrew
AugustusVeneratedMaleLatin
BalthasarGod or Lord protect the kingMalePhoenician
BarbaraForeign, strangeFemaleGreek
BarnabasSon of consolationMaleHebrew
BartholomewSon of TalmaiMaleGreek
BazelUnisexHebrew
BenedictBlessedMaleLatin
BenjaminSon of my right handMaleHebrew
BlissSupreme happinessFemaleEnglish
BlitheJoyousFemaleEnglish
BlytheJoyousFemaleEnglish



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