The Bulldog is a muscular, hefty dog with a wrinkled face and a distinctive pushed-in nose. It is commonly referred to as the English Bulldog or British Bulldog. Other Bulldog breeds include the American Bulldog, Old English Bulldog, Leavitt Bulldog, Olde English Bulldogge, and the French Bulldog. The Bulldog has a longstanding association with British culture, with the BBC stating: "to many the Bulldog is a national icon, symbolising pluck and determination." Here comes our selection of 50 most popular bulldog names
for your male or female puppies.
Annie: Grace. In biblical, Annie was the mother of the prophet Samuel.
Bandit: An outlaw or robber.
Beau: French for "handsome; admirer; sweetheart." Use as a given name is probably due to the character of Beau Wilks in Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind."
Bella: The name Bella means beautiful or graceful, it is a diminutive of Annabella, Arabella, Belle, Isabella. It is very hot right now. Although the name Bella is a perfect girl name, if you are considering naming your daughter Bella, be aware that there are a lot of little girls whose proper names are Isabella, Arabella, and they all will be called Bella.
Ben: Steffi Graf.
Boss: A person who employs or superintends workers, a funny dog name.
Bruno: German for brown. Also Expertly shade-grown coffee on premiere plantations in the high-altitude regions of Antigua Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua.
Buster: One that breaks up something.
Candy: Candy is sweet, and one of the favorite things about Halloween is candy.
Coco: A fashionable name in reference to Gabrielle Coco Chanel.
Cody: Irish for helper.
Daisy: Day's eye, also a flower with a yellow disk and white rays. Often used as a nickname for Margaret. Henry James named the typical American girl in Europe as Daisy Miller in his story.
Dixie: Nickname for the Southern United States, also place names in North America.
Duke: Latin for Leader. Duke has Western associations because it was the nickname of actor John Wayne, known for his roles in films of the American West. Duke University teams are known as the Blue Devils.
Dylan: Celtic name means "sea."
Emma: Greek for Torch or Bright Light. Title character of the Jane Austen romance novel "Emma."
Felix: Felix is a boy's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Felix is "happy, lucky."
Gaius: Latin name means "to rejoice."
Gunner: Brave soldier.
Lady: A woman who is refined, polite, and well-spoken.
Lola: Lola is a hot starbaby name, and the meaning of Lola is "lady of sorrows."
Lucy: Latin for Light. Also a bossy little girl in Charles Schulz's popular "Peanuts" comic strip.
Maggie: Short form of Margaret, which is of Greek origin and means "pearl."
Molly: Star of the sea, pet form of Mary.
Murphy: Murphy means "sea warrior." The most common of all Irish names, the Murphy surname can be found in all four provinces.
Rambo: A fictional character in the Rambo saga that uses violence to solve problems, and is exceptionally tough and aggressive.
Riley: Rye clearing.
Rocky: Battle cry.
Rogue: A dishonest, knavish person.
Rosie: A variant of Rose or Rosa. This sweet and feminine flower name would be a good addition to your family.
Rusty: Something covered with rust.
Sammy: His name is God.
Sandy: Greek for Defending Men. Also a shade of brown.
Sasha: Defending men.
Stormy: Violent weather.
Sugar: A sweet powder from sugar cane. Slang for sweetheart.
Tank: A tank is a large type of armoured fighting vehicle with tracks, designed for front-line combat.
Thor: Thor was the Norse god of thunder and power, one of the sons of Odin.
Toby: God is good.
Zara: Arabic name means Star or Flower.
Zoe: Zoe was a minor goddess whose name means "life."