43 Tough Dog Names Inspired By Fictional Pirates

A pirate is a person who commits warlike acts at sea without the authorization of any nation. The life of pirates are hard, and these pirates are all very tough guys. If you are looking for tough names for your dogs, pirate-inspired dog names will be good options. Here comes our selection of 43 tough dog names inspired by those fictional pirates in books, comic strips, and films. Feel free to choose your favorite name for your boy or girl puppy.

Atomsk: Also known as the "Pirate King", is an enigmatic character in the anime FLCL, apparently the most powerful space pirate in the galaxy.


Balthier: A sky pirate in the video game Final Fantasy XII.
Belit: Female pirate captain, one of the main protagonists along with her partner Conan of Cimmeria in the story "Queen of the Black Coast" by Robert E. Howard.
Bikke: An NPC pirate captain from the 1990 video game Final Fantasy.
Cannonball: A Decepticon space pirate in Transformers.
Cortez: An undead pirate from the 2004 video game Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
Gilbert: A pirate played by Marty Feldman in the movie Yellowbeard.
Gokaigers: The primary protagonists of the tokusatsu series Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger.
Gangplank: A pirate champion from the video game League of Legends.
Kongre: Leader of a band of murderous pirates, roaming the South Atlantic in the pirate ship Maule, in Jules Verne's 1905 novel The Lighthouse at the End of the World.
Korsars: The scourge of the seas in the interior world of Pellucidar and major villains in Edgar Rice Burroughs' 1930 novel Tarzan at the Earth's Core.
Revy: Revy, sometimes referred by her real name of Rebecca Lee, is the female protagonist of the series. She does most of the fighting for the Lagoon Company. She may have honed her skills with firearms by shooting at cans. Revy is very competitive, strong, stubborn, impatient, and emotionally unstable.
Benny: Benny is a college dropout from a Florida university where he studied until getting into trouble with the FBI and the mafia. He works as the Lagoon Company's mechanic, computer specialist, and researcher.
LeChuck: The evil zombie ghost pirate antagonist of Guybrush Threepwood in Ron Gilbert's Monkey Island series of adventure games by LucasArts.
Nami: Nami is a fictional character in the One Piece franchise created by Eiichiro Oda. In the series, Nami is the Straw Hat Pirates' navigator, who dreams of drawing a map of the entire world. Nami is depicted as an intelligent girl, who has an obsession of obtaining money.
Usopp: "God" Usopp is the sniper of the Straw Hat Pirates, and the former captain of the Usopp Pirates.
Sanji: Vinsmoke Sanji, most commonly known by his moniker "Black Leg" Sanji, is a pirate and the cook of the Straw Hat Pirates, the former sous chef of Baratie, and the third son of the Vinsmoke Family, making him a prince of the Germa Kingdom.
Franky: "Iron Man" Franky is the shipwright for the Straw Hat Pirates.
Brook: "Soul King" Brook is the musician of the Straw Hat Pirates. He is a skeleton that the Straw Hats found on board of a ghost ship after drifting into the Florian Triangle. He is a Devil Fruit user who ate the Yomi Yomi no Mi, and is undead, having been brought back into a pseudo-immortal state because of its powers.
Malgo: In L. Sprague de Camp's novels The Unbeheaded King (1983) and The Honourable Barbarian (1989) is a former mercenary soldier and prison guard driven to the far islands of the East, where he gathers a pirate crew on board his notorious ship, The Maneater, commits many nefarious deeds, tangles with the adventurous ex-king Jorian and Jorian's young brother Kerin, and eventually comes to a deserved bad end along with his crew.
Maxi: An Okinawan pirate from the Soul series of video games who wields nunchaku.
McGrath: A 17th-century pirate on The Fancy in the Doctor Who episode "The Curse of the Black Spot." He was injured while fixing the rigging, giving him a black spot; he is taken by the Siren to her ship, and later joins the rest of the crew when they take the ship for themselves.


Mulligan: A pirate on The Fancy in the 17th century in the Doctor Who episode "The Curse of the Black Spot"; started a mutiny with Boatswain against Captain Avery; he cut his hand, giving him a black spot; he is taken by the Siren to her ship, and later joins the rest of the crew when they take the ship for themselves.
Manjanungo: A bloodthirsty space pirate in Race Across the Stars, part of the Spaceways series by John Cleve.
Nabel: A nasty cyborg space pirate on the 1996 film Space Truckers.
Jennifer: A sensible Victorian lady who becomes an invaluable member of the crew.
Redbeard: A LEGO minifig sailing the Black Seas Barracuda and Renegade Runner; no connection to the previous three of this name.
Ridley: A member of the Space Pirates in the Metroid series of video gamesest.
Russell: A friendly sea otter pirate, from Happy Tree Friends.
Sandokan: A fictional pirate of the late 19th century, who first appeared in publication in 1883, created by Italian author Emilio Salgari. He is the protagonist of eleven adventure novels and is known throughout the South China Sea as "The Tiger of Malaysia."
Searats: Anthropomorphic rats engaged in piracy, often appearing as villains in Brian Jacques' Redwall series of books; include the highly intelligent Cluny the Scourge, the insane Gabool the Wild and the opportunistic Ripfang.
Sed: Son of Seth Balmore in the video game Lost Odyssey; owns the submarine Nautilus
Solomon: A 24th-century trader from the Doctor Who episode "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship" whose ship was intercepted by a Silurian Ark which had crossed his route
Stickybeard: A candy-hunting pirate from Codename: Kids Next Door who sails the suburbs in his ship, The Sweet Revenge, with his crew of pirates, robbing kids of their candy
Strombanni: Captain of The Red Hand, a Barachan pirate who contended with his hated rival, the Zingaran Buccaneer Black Zarono, for the famed treasure hidden a hundred years earlier by Bloody Tranicos in the land of the savage Picts.
Starjammers: Heroic space pirates in the Marvel Universe, who become pirates for eminently justified reasons.
Tetra: A female captain of a band of pirates in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass video games.
Theseus: Aka Captain Firebrand in Jack Williamson's 1940 Reign of Wizardry, a loose adaptation of Greek mythology, Theseus becomes the piratical Captain Firebrand since pirates greedy for loot are the only allies he can find in his struggle to destroy the evil magical rule of Minoan Crete.
Thoas: In Poul Anderson's 1952 story "Son of the Sword"; a Cretan adventurer who visits Ancient Egypt in the turbulent times after Akhnaton's death.
Vyse: A major viewpoint character in Skies of Arcadia. He is a the son of the Blue Rogue captain Dyne. Vyse was born and raised on Pirate Isle and dreams of embarking on a grand adventure and seeing "what's beyond the sunset."
Yellowbeard: The protagonist of the 1983 comedy film Yellowbeard.
Zack: The lead pirate in the 2007 video game Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure.
Zanzibar: A Dreadnok pirate in the G.I. Joe toy line and comics; his real name, Morgan Teach, is a reference to Captain Morgan and Edward Teach.

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