Literary Dog Names, Names After Famous Literary Characters

Literary Dog NamesIf you are a literature lover, giving your new puppy a literary dog name will be a cool idea. There are lots of great names in the literature and you can feel free to use them as your beloved dog names. We have collected most of the literary character names from the poetry, literature, or the plays and movies, and they make good names for your boy or girl puppies, just check out them at the below list.



NameMeaningGenderOrigin
AbelBreathMaleHebrew
AckleyDivision of land, fieldMaleEnglish
AdaNoble kindFemaleGermanic
AdahAdornmentFemaleHebrew
AdeleNobleFemaleGermanic
AhabFather's brotherMaleHebrew
AlbusWhiteUnisexLatin
AlcinaStrong-willedFemaleGreek
AldousOldMaleGermanic
AlfredElf counselMaleEnglish
AliaTo ascendFemaleHebrew
AliceNoble kindFemaleGermanic
AlmaMaidenFemaleHebrew
AmandaShe who must be lovedFemaleLatin
AmaryllisSparklingFemaleGreek
AmintaDefenderFemaleGreek
AmoryBravery and powerFemaleGerman
AmyLovedFemaleFrench
AndyMan, warriorMaleGreek
AngelicaOf the angelsFemaleLatin
AnnGraceFemaleHebrew
AnnaGraceFemaleHebrew
AnneGraceFemaleHebrew
AnnikaGraceFemaleHebrew
AnthonyPricelessMaleLatin
AntonGerman Form Of Anthony (Beyond Praise)MaleLatin
AntoniaFeminine Form Of Antonio Beyond PraiseFemaleLatin
ArabellaYielding to prayerFemaleEnglish
AramintaLoftyFemaleLiterary
AramisOne of the three muskateersUnisexLiterary


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