100 Cute Girl Dog Names For Your Female Puppies

Are you looking for some cute girl dog names for your newborn puppies? We have prepared a collection of 100 lovely and unique girl dog names for your female dogs, and they will surely help your dogs stand out from the crowd.


All of these cute girl names sounds cool, and they have the great meanings. Some of them are inspired from mythology or biblical, and we believe you will like them. 

Addie: Earth, nobel, son of Adam, also a boy name.


Alice: Noble, exalted. Made famous by the heroine in Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" (1865) and "Through the Looking Glass" (1872).

Amber: A semiprecious gem made from fossilized tree resin, and is also used to describe the gem's golden color.

Amy: Beloved. In mythology, Amy was the wife of King Latinus.

Angel: Messenger of God, name for a good little girl.

Anna: Grace, God has favored me. In biblical, Anna was a devout woman who saw the infant Jesus presented at the temple in Jerusalem.

Annie: Grace. In biblical, Annie was the mother of the prophet Samuel.

Audrey: Noble strength, due to lace and goods sold at Saint Audrey's Fair in England.

Autumn: The Fall season, season of harvest.

Babe: Diminutive of Barbara which means "foreign". Also short for "baby", and a term for an attractive woman.

Bambi: Short for Bambina. Made famous by Walt Disney's cartoon deer.

Bella: Bella is of Italian and Latin origin, and the meaning of Bella is "beautiful". Also a short form of Isabel or Isabella which means "God's promise". 

Betty: Betty is the pet form of Elizabeth, and the meaning of Betty is "God is my oath".

Bonnie: Bonnie is of Scottish origin, and the meaning of Bonnie is "fine, attractive, pretty".

Brownie: Moist chocolate cake with nuts.

Buddy: Friend.

Candy: Sweet.

Cherry: Cherry fruit.

Cinnamon: A warm brown-colored spice, a natural name.

Clara: Bright, famous.

Clover: Flower name, a traditional symbol of wealth, luck and comfort. 

Coco: A Pet Name, mostly in reference to Gabrielle Coco Chanel.

Cookie: A small flat, crisp cake.

Cora: Maiden, a simple, pretty name with an old-fashioned air.

Cotton: Plant name, an occupational name from England.

Cutie: A charmingly attractive or cute person, especially a girl or a young woman.

Daisy: Day's eye, also a flower name.

Dora: Gift.

Dottie: Gift of god.

Eleanor: Other, foreign. Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine was heiress to a large part of France, her powerful personality, intelligence, and energy made her unique then.

Ellie: Pet form of many girls' names including Elaine, Eleanor, Elizabeth, Ella, Ellen and Eloise.

Emma: Entire, universal. A royal name in medieval England.

Eva: Life, animal.

Fifi: Jehovah increases. Nursery form of Josephine, also the stereotypical name for a French poodle.

Ginger: Pep, liveliness; ginger. Refers to the pungent root used as a spice.

Goldie: Having the color of gold.

Grace: Grace is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Grace is "favor; blessing". In Greek mythology, there are three Graces and they were goddesses of nature: Aglaia (brillance), Thalia (flowering), and Euphrosyne (joy).

Happy: Cheerful, showing satisfaction or joy.

Harper: Harpist, minstrel". Made famous by Harper Lee who published her novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" (1960).

Hazel: A name from nature, the hazel tree, light brown.

Honey: Nectar.

Java: Brewed coffee, also a beautiful Indonesian island.

Jinx: Magic charm, spell.

Joy: Signifies the parents' joy in their new-born child, or with the intention of wishing her a happy life.

Judy: In the Apocrypha, Judith is a Jewish heroine who incited the Hebrew army to victory over the Assyrians.

June: The sixth month of the year.

Juno: Queen of heaven. In Roman mythology, Juno was the equivalent of Hera, and the protector of women and of marriage.


Kiki: Pet form of Enriquetta, from Henrietta.

Kit: Pure; follower of Christ.

Kiwi: The kiwifruit has a fibrous, dull greenish-brown skin and bright green or golden flesh with rows of tiny, black, edible seeds.

Lady: A woman who is refined, polite, and well-spoken.

Laika: Laika is a girl's name of Russian origin, and the meaning of Laika is "the barker". It is the name of the first dog that orbited the earth in space.

Lily: Flower name, a symbol of innocence and purity as well as beauty.

Lolita: Diminutive of Lola. The name has become a generic term for a sexually precocious young girl.

Love: Love, affection.

Lucky: Fortunate.

Lucy: Light. Lucy is a bossy little girl in Charles Schulz's popular "Peanuts" comic strip. 

Lulu: Precious; pearl; calm, peaceful, protected.

Luna: Moon, one of the names of Artemis, goddess of the moon.

Mabel: Lovable,  short form of Amabel.

Maggie:  Short form of Margaret, which is of Greek origin and means "pearl".

Marigold: The golden flower's name is a combination of Mary and "gold".

Mary: Star of the sea. In Biblical, Mary was the virgin mother of Christ.

May: The fifth month of the year. The month of May was named for Maia, the Roman earth goddess.

Maya: Maya is a girl's name of Hindi origin, and the meaning of Maya is "dream, illusion".

Melody: Music, song.

Minnie: Mickey Mouse's girlfriend Minnie, variant of Mary and Wilhelmina.

Mocha: Coffee of high quality.

Molly: Star of the sea, pet form of Mary.

Moon: The earth's natural satellite.

Olivia: A feminine form of Oliver. The olive tree is a symbol of fruitfulness, beauty, and dignity.

Opal: A uniquely colorful iridescent gemstone, suitable for an October baby.

Panda: A bear like Chinese mammal, with distinct black and white markings

Paris:  Name from Greek mythology, the capital of France.

Peaches: Red, yellow skinned fleshy fruit.

Pearl: A smooth, rounded bead formed within the shells of certain mollusks.

Pinky: Of good health. Also refers to one's little finger.

Piper: A pipe player.

Poet: A person who has the gift of poetic thought, imagination, and creation.

Poppy: Red flower.

Princess: A daughter or granddaughter of a king or queen.

Puddin: A sweet little dog.

Pumpkin: Large round fruit with orange skin.

Rainbow: Symbol of hope. In Biblical, the rainbow is a symbol of the covenant between God and Noah, that God will sustain his people.

Rose: Flower name from rosa.

Ruby: Red gemstone.

Sandy: A girl with light reddish-brown hair.

Snowball: A beautiful white fluffy puppy.

Sophia: Wisdom.

Sparkle: To shine or glisten with little gleams of light, as a brilliant gem.

Star: A variant of Starla, also an astronomical name based on "star".

Sugar: A sweet powder from sugar cane. Slang for sweetheart.

Sweetie: Sweetheart.

Sydney: Wide island.

Taffy: Beloved, also a chewy candy made of sugar or molasses boiled down.

Thea: The Greek goddess of light; mother of the sun, moon, and dawn.

Violet: Purple, one of the earliest flower names.

Winnie: Fair and smooth; happiness; joy and peace.

Yuki: Snow or Lucky.

Zoe: Life.

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