50 Unique and Sounding Dog Names After Lakes in California

There are over 4 hundreds lakes in California, and each of them has a beautiful name. If you are looking a unique dog name for your newborn puppy, I believe you will be happy with the list. Yes, it is a really cool resource for dog names. 

You will find several unique, unusual and sounding dog names from these amazing lake names. After walking through the whole list we picked 50 names from them, we believe these names are great for dog names, because they are unique with great meanings. 

Aloha - Girl name of Hawaiian origin means "love or compassion", also a form of greeting and farewell in Hawaii.

Bowman - Archer
Britton - From Brittany or Britain
Broadwell - Place name in Illinois and Kentucky
Brock - Means "badger-like"
Bucks - Male goat or deer, used as a given name that denotes a robust and spirited young man
Clementine - Girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning is "merciful"
Copco - Artificial lake on the Klamath River in Siskiyou County
Dorris - Variant of Doris, means "from Doris; gift"
Ellis - Boy name or girl name of Hebrew origin, and the meaning is "Jehovah is God"
Encino - Place name in Los Angeles, Texas, and New Mexico
Evans - God is gracious; born of yew; youth
Flora - Girl name of Latin origin, and the meaning is "flower". In mythology, the name of the Roman goddess of spring
Florence - Girl name of Latin origin means "flowering, in bloom"
Goldstone - Dry lake in the Mojave Desert of San Bernardino County
Harper - Harpist, minstrel
Hemet - Water storage reservoir located in the San Jacinto Mountains in Riverside County
Hume - Holly; islands in the river
Irvine - Green, fresh water
Jenks - Lake in the San Bernardino National Forest near Angelus Oaks in San Bernardino County
Jewel - Former reservoir and artificial lake along Wildcat Creek
Kent - Reservoir in western Marin County formed by the construction of Peters Dam across Lagunitas Creek
Kern - Small swarthy one, also a term for a lightly armed soldier
Kibbie - Lake lies in the Yosemite National Park
Lago - A simple but absolutely unique name
Laguna - Natural intermittent lake straddling the Sonoma-Marin county line
Leavitt - Lake named after Benjamin Hanson Leavitt, a pioneer rancher and lumberman
Loon - Reservoir in the El Dorado National Forest of El Dorado County
Merritt - Boundary gate; little renowned one; star of the sea
Miller - One who grinds grain
Moon - The Earth's only natural satellite, cold, silver and bright
Morena - Brown-haired, of spanish origin
Morris - Dark-skinned, Moorish
Munz - lake located directly on the San Andreas Fault in the Angeles National Forest in Los Angeles County
Mystic - Ephemeral lake in the San Jacinto Valley of western Riverside County
Pardee - Reservoir named after George Pardee, a prominent Progressive Era politician
Perris - Artificial lake completed in 1973
Petaluma - small man-made lake located about 5 miles northeast of Petaluma in Sonoma County
Prado - Reservoir in northwestern Riverside County and southwestern San Bernardino County
Rainbow - Symbol of hope and of ethnic and gender-preference tolerance
Rector - Reservoir in Napa Valley which is located to the northeast of Yountville
Sabrina - In Celtic legend, Sabrina was the character who gave her name to the river Severn
Silver - Name of the precious metal
Spaulding - Dam in Nevada County
Stafford - Ford by a landing place
Summit - Lake in the Lassen Volcanic National Park of Shasta County
Toluca - Private natural lake which is fed by the Los Angeles River
Topaz - Birthstone for November
Vernon - Alder grove
Waca - Cackcountry lake in the Desolation Wilderness, lies just south of Lake Aloha

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