Lucky is a very popular dog name, it works for either gender. The name Lucky not only has a lovely sound and, but also it means "having good fortune, bringing good luck." If you are looking for some similar dog names, or you just want to find some unusual dog names signify good fortune, look no more than this list. We have searched most of the lucky dog names
and we think these 20 names are the best among them.
#20. Zaida - Arabic name means "prosperous or fortunate," Zaida is an exotic and attractive option for the girl of any religion.
#19. Phylicia - The updated version of Felicia, which is a Latin name means "lucky." The name Phylicia is interesting, off-beat, magical, and has an international appeal.
#18. Gad - Hebrew name means "fortune, luck." In the Old Testament, Gad is the first son of Jacob by Leah's slave-girl Zilpah, and the ancestor of one of the twelve tribes of the Israelites.
#17. Dalia - In Lithuanian language, Dalia is the name of the goddess of fate, childbirth, and weaving, and her name means "fate or luck." She had the power to take and give the properties and material goods as deemed fit.
#16. Evangeline - Evangeline means "bearer of good news," another way of saying luck. The name Evangeline has had its own streak of luck in recent years.
#15. Fayola - This African-Yoruba name with style and history means "lucky or good fortune."
#14. Halona - This Native American name means "good fortune," and it's unusual and resonant.
#13. Asher - Hebrew name means "fortunate, blessed, happy one." In the Bible, Asher was one of the 12 sons of Jacob who gave his name to a tribe of Israel.
#12. Urd - In the Norse mythology, Urd was the name of one of the three Norns, or the goddesses of destiny. Urd, along with the other two Norns, decides the fate of the people.
#11. Rainbow - Rainbows are often thought to bring good fortune, they provide us with hope and motivation is by being a symbol for good luck. In Irish mythology, they are even thought to be the hiding place for pots of gold.
#10. Lucky - The name Lucky has a lovely sound and it means having good fortune or bringing good luck.
#9. Sadiya - One of the eminently used Arabic names in Muslim countries, the name Sadiya means "lucky or fortunate." It is cute, unpretentious, simple, and energetic.
#8. Madoc - Welsh for "little fortunate one".
#7. Ventura - Ventura started life as a shortening of Bonaventura, Spanish for good luck or good fortune, but now stands on its own.
#6. Ottilie - Elegant name means "fortunate in battle." The name Ottilie has German roots, but it looks and feels French, primarily because of its delicate sound.
#5. Clover - Clover has a long association with good luck, via the four-leaf clover, and through the shamrock symbol of Ireland.
#4. Emerald - In China, Thursday was the day for wearing green and emeralds for good luck. The ancient writings of Veda, the sacred text of Hinduism, testifies to Emerald as being the "gem of good luck" and the "gem that improves one's well-being."
#3. Felix - Latin name meaning "happy" or "lucky." In the bible, this is the name of a Roman procurator of Judea. As an upbeat and energetic name, Felix ranks highest in Austria and Germany, where it’s one of the top 15.
#2. Edmund - One of the oldest Anglo-Saxon name means "fortune protector." This sophisticated name has been chosen by Shakespeare, Dickens, and Jane Austen. The poet John Keats said, "Had my name been Edmund, my life would have been more fortunate."
#1. Seven - Lucky 7 is the world's favourite number, David Beckham and Erykah Badu picked this name for their children. There are seven days of the week, seven colours of the rainbow, seven notes on a musical scale, seven seas and seven continents. Hinduism talks of seven powers, the Jewish religion has seven blessings, Islam has seven heavens, and Christianity has seven churches.