100 Awesome Dog Names Come From Human Names

Of course human names can be dog names, and it has becoming a trendy to give your dog a human name. If you are looking for a dog name inspired by human baby names, here comes the list. Check out the below list of 100 human-themed dog names and choose your favorite name for your boy or girl puppy.

Abby: Father in rejoicing.

Adam: Son of the red earth.
Albert: Albert Einstein devised the theory of relativity as a young man.
Alex: Protector of man. Short form of Alexandra and Alexis. Alexander Bell invented telephone.
Alvin: Friend of elves.
Andy: Variant of English andrew, means manly brave.
Archie: Valuable: Bold.
Barney: Barneys New York is an American chain of luxury department stores.
Ben: Steffi Graf.
Betsy: God is satisfaction.
Betty: God is satisfaction.
Bob: Douglas had a Beagle and he named him Bob.
Bobby: Bobby Fischer, chess genius who was rather a recluse.
Bruce: Thick brush.
Caitlyn: Pure.
Carl: Man.
Carlos: Free man.
Chad: Chad is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is one of the poorest and most corrupt countries in the world; most inhabitants live in poverty as subsistence herders and farmers.
Charlie: Free man.
Chelsea: The glamorous district in London and several places in America. First Daughter Chelsea Clinton was named after the Joni Mitchell song "Chelsea Morning".
Chloe: Chloe was the summer epithet of the goddess Demeter and recalls her gift for making flowers bloom. The meaning of Chloe is "green shoot."
Chuck: Free man.
Cody: Irish for helper.
Cooper: Barrel maker.
Daphne: Laurel.
Denise: God of wine.
Dexter: The meaning of Dexter is "right-handed, fortunate; woman who dyes".
Donna: Lady.
Elsa: Truth. Also the name of the lioness in the book "Born Free" by Joy Adamson.
Ezra: Aid.
Finn: Fair.
Frank: Javelin.
Frankie: Frenchman. Made famous by the name of the heroine of "The Ballad of Frankie and Johnny".
Genevieve: Uncertain, perhaps woman of the people.
George: The name of the patron saint of England, this name means "farmer." George Washington was the first president of the United States. George Harrison was a famous singer and music artist; George Clooney is a popular modern day actor; and George W. Bush was another president of the United States.
Gertrude: Strength of the spear.
Gracie: A virtue name referring to God's grace.
Gretchen: German variant of Margaret, which means "pearl".
Harold: Leader of an army.
Harriet: Home ruler.
Harry: Harry Potter, Main character of the series, son of James Potter and Lily Evans. Harry is a boy's name of Old German origin, and the meaning of Harry is "home leader". American use may be homage to President Harry S. Truman.
Hazel: A name from nature, the hazel tree, light brown. A hazelnut has a thin, dark brown skin. Emily Blunt and John Krasinski named their daughter Hazel, they went through a few different ones and finally John found the name Hazel, and they both really like this old-fashioned name. Julia Roberts also named one of her twins Hazel in 2004.
Heather: An evergreen flowering plant that thrives on peaty barren lands, including the cranberry, blueberry, huckleberry, azalea and more.
Henry: The name of eight kings of England, this means "home ruler." There are countless amount of King Henrys throughout history, there are also many political leaders from the world named Henry. It was also the inspiration for some of Shakespeare's plays.
Holly: Holly is a popular girl's name, it is of Old English origin and the name means "holly tree". Holly is often given to daughters born on or near Christmas. Holly Golightly is the heroine in Truman Capote's nove "Breakfast at Tiffany's", which was made into a film in 1961, starring Audrey Hepburn.
Jack: Name based on John, which means "God is gracious". The name has a rugged, down-to-earth aura.
Jake: A young male wild turkey.
Jenny: White.
Jeremy: Exalted of the Lord.
Jimmy: Jimmy Choo is a Malaysian fashion designer based in the United Kingdom.
Joey: He will enlarge.
John: Jehovah has been gracious.
Julius: Down-bearded youth.

Karen: Pure.
Kevin: Irish for "handsome beloved".
Kobe: The fifth-largest city in Japan and capital of the Hyogo prefecture.
Kyle: Woods. Also a Town in Lacadena Rural Municipality No. 228, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Lauren: Laurel plant. The fashion designer Ralph Lauren has given the name fashionable associations.
Leo: Leo is the Latin word for lion, and lion colouration varies from light buff to yellowish, reddish, or dark ochraceous brown.
Lila: Dark Beauty or Dark-haired Beauty.
Linda: Linda is a girl name of German origin, and the meaning of Linda is Snake, Lime tree, linden tree, beautiful. The name also existed as a part of other English names such as Belinda and Melinda. Celebrities named Linda include Linda Evans, Linda Hunt, Linda Ronstadt, Linda Ellerbee and Lindka Cierach.
Lola: Lola is a hot starbaby name, and the meaning of Lola is "lady of sorrows".
Louis: Warrior.
Louise: Fame and war.
Lucy: Latin for Light. Also a bossy little girl in Charles Schulz's popular "Peanuts" comic strip.
Mabel: Mabel is the short form of Amabel, and the meaning of the name Mabel is lovable, beautiful, loving. The name Mabel is one of the classic old-fashioned names, such as Violet or Josephine. Mabel Mercer is a well-known jazz singer. Several celebrities also chose it for their daughter name, including Chad Lowe, Nenah Cherry, Bruce Willis and Dermot Mulroney.
Maggie: Short form of Margaret, which is of Greek origin and means "pearl".
Martin: Martin is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Martin is "dedicated to Mars". The Martin surname can be found primarily in Galway, Tyrone, and Westmeath.
Maya: Maya is a girl's name of Hindi origin, and the meaning of Maya is "dream, illusion". It also means "water" in Hebrew and "Daughter of Atlas" in Latin.
Michelle: Gift from God.
Mike: Gift from God.
Molly: Star of the sea, pet form of Mary.
Norm: Thor mind, Thor courage.
Oliver: Oliver is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Oliver is "olive tree". In Biblical, the olive tree is a symbol of fruitfulness, beauty, and dignity. Today "extending an olive branch" traditionally signifies an offer of peace.
Orville: Town of gold.
Pearl: A pearl is a milky-colored gem produced within the soft tissue of a living shelled mollusc. The finest quality natural pearls have been highly valued as gemstones. Pearls have been associated with innocence and modesty. Because it comes from the sea, it also has associations with the moon and with water. Pearls are also traditionally considered appropriate jewelry for debutantes and brides. The pearl is the birthstone for the month of June.
Penelope: In Homer's The Odyssey, Penelope was the famously faithful wife of the hero Odysseus. The meaning of Penelope is "weaver", this sweet name has come to signify a loyal, capable and clever woman.
Peyton: A census-designated place in Colorado in the United States.
Rachel: Jacob's wife, described as being "beautiful in form and countenance".
Ralph: Wolf council.
Ramon: Form Of Raymond Guards Wisely.
Reggie: Ruler with counsel.
Ricky: Strong power.
Riley: Rye clearing.
Roger: Famous spear.
Rosie: A variant of Rose or Rosa. This sweet and feminine flower name would be a good addition to your family.
Samantha: Listener.
Sammy: His name is God.
Shannon: Little wise one. Also Ireland's longest river.
Sophie: Greek for Wisdom.
Steve: Crown.
Thelma: Nursing.
Timmy: To honor God, to fear God.
Tina: Follower of Christ.
Toby: God is good.
Todd: Fox.
Vinny: Conquering.
Walter: German for "commander of the army". This name may make you think of Walt Disney, the great cartoonist.
Willie: Will, desire and helmet, protection.
Zoey: Life.

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