25 Cute Masculine Dog Names For Your Girl Puppies

Choosing unisex dog names for male or female puppies has been a trendy. But it is not enough, some dog parents are even choosing masculine names for their girl puppies. This also works in baby names, for example, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds chose the name James for their daughter, and Jessica Simpson and Lindsay Sloane both chose Maxwell for their daughters. Here comes our selection of 25 cute boy names that also work for female dogs.



James: A classic boys' name derived from the Hebrew name Jacob. It means "supplanter," one who follows. Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds chose to name their daughter James.
Stevie: Abbreviation of Steven and Stephen often used as an independent name. The name means "crown; victorious." The amazing talented Stevie Nicks is singer and member of the group Fleetwood Mac.
Maxwell: Scottish name that means "great stream." Jessica Simpson and Lindsay Sloane both chose it for their daughters.
Dylan: Welsh name that means "son of the sea," we think "daughter of the sea" works too.
Randall: The English surname that means "wolf shield."
Amari: Hebrew name that means "eternal," this name is a powerful choice for your bundle of joy.
Hendrix: German name that means "ruler of the household." Hendrix is one of those hip rock and roll names that's full of life.
Chase: English surname that means "dweller at the hunting ground," a name that will bring home the gold.
Bellamy: French name that means "handsome," also has both English and Irish origins and means "fine friend."
Frankie: American name that means "free or truthful." Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman chose the name for their daughter.
Elliott: Hebrew name that means "one with God." Elliott is a delightful name, and it doesn't matter if you're a fan of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial or not.
Alfie: This name means "elf" or "wise counsel". Elves were considered to be supernatural beings having special powers of seeing into the future. Alfie Allen is the actor best known for playing Theon Greyjoy in HBO's "Game of Thrones."
Shane: Irish name that means "God is gracious."
Ace: English surname that means "nobel; one who excels." Every parent deserves to have an ace up his or her sleeve.
Blaine: Gaelic origin name that means "thin." A chic name for a baby girl.
Merritt: English surname that means "from the boundary gate; wished for child." Popular during the late 19th century, Merritt is a strong baby name choice for your daughter.
Austin: Developed in the Middle Ages from the Latin Augustine, meaning magic dignity, or venerable. A lovable baby name with a geographic twist.
Kyle: Gaelic name that means "handsome." A common family name that comes from the southwestern region of Scottland.
Cade: American name that means "spirit of the battle." A nickname for someone with the physique of a barrel or an occupational name for a barrel maker.
Bryce: English surname with Celtic origins, and the name means "strength; valor."
Easton: English surname that means "from East town."
Keaton: English surname that means "place of hawks," a playful and super dreamy dog name.
Freddie: German name that means "peaceful ruler." A fun name that's just perfect for your sweet girl puppy.
Montgomery: This Norman regal-sounding name means "mountain belonging to the ruler." Montgomery is thought to have ties with the Old French mont.
Quill: Literary lovers will likely enjoy this name, because a quill is a writing implement made with a feather. A unique possibility for the child of writers.

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