Are you interested in Sea-inspired dog names? Then try one of these Greek sea gods and goddesses in mythology, they were commanded by the sea king Poseidon and his queen Amphitrite. We believe that you will surely like at least one of these cool sea-themed names.
Acheilus: A shark-formed sea Daemon.
Aegaeus: A god of violent sea-storms.
Aeolus: The king of the winds.
Aigaios: Another name for Aegaeus.
Aiolos: Another name for Aeolus.
Akheilos: Another name for Acheilus.
Alcyone: The former king of the realm of Trachis were transformed into a pair of kingfishers.
Alkyone: Another name for Alcyone.
Amphitrite: The goddess queen of the sea, wife of Lord Poseidon.
Aphrodite: The goddess of love and beauty.
Aphros: One of the Ichthyocentaurs or fish-tailed centaurs, the god of the sea-foam.
Argyra: One of the sea nymphs whose name means the "Silvery One."
Benthesicyme: One of the sea nymphs, a daughter of the god Poseidon. Her name means "deep wave".
Benthesikyme: Another name for Benthesicyme.
Briareos: Another name for Briareus.
Briareus: The god of violent sea-storms.
Bythos: One of the Ickhthyocentaurs or fish-tailed sea-centaurs. His name means "sea-depths".
Cabeiro: A sea nymph native to the shores of the island of Lemnos.
Calliste: The sea nymph of the Island of Calliste.
Capheira: The sea nymph nurse of the god Poseidon.
Carcinus: A gigantic crab who allied itself with the Hydra against in a battle against Heracles.
Cetea: The monsters of the sea's depths.
Ceto: An ancient sea-goddess of the monsters and dangers of the deep. Her name means "whale" or "sea-monster."
Ceyx: The former queen of the realm of Trachis were transformed into a pair of kingfishers.
Charybdis: The monstrous Daemon of whirlpools and the tides.
Cymopoleia: A sea-nymph of high storm waves.
Delphin: The leader of the dolphins.
Doris: One of the Oceanides, the wife of Nereus and mother of the fifty Nereides.
Echidna: A monstrous she-dragon, half serpent and half fair Nymph.
Eidothea: A prophetic sea-nymph, the daughter of the seal-herder god Proteus.
Ekhidna: Another name for Echidna.
Electra: One of the Oceanides, the wife of the sea-god Thaumas.
Elektra: Another name for Electra.
Erotes: The winged gods of love.
Eurybia: An ancient sea-goddess with power over the shifts of the sea.
Galatea: One of the fifty Nereides.
Galateia: Another name for Galatea.
Galene: One of the fifty Nereides, she was the goddess of calm seas.
Glaucus: The fisherman's sea-god.
Glaukos: Another name for Glaucus.
Gorgones: Another name for Gorgons.
Gorgons: Three monstrous sea Daemones with snaky locks, bronze claws, wings, and wide grinning tusked mouths.
Graeae: Three grey-haired, prematurely old sea Daemones, who shared but one tooth and one eye between them.
Graiai: Another name for Graeae.
Halia: A sea nymph of the brine, mother of the Daemones of Rhodes.
Haliae: The nymphs of the sea. They included the Nereides, the daughters of Poseidon and the other sea gods.
Haliai: Another name for Haliae.
Harpies: A pair, or three, winged sea Daemones, daughters of the sea-god Thaumas. They were spirits of whirlwinds, water spouts, and violent storm gusts.
Harpyiai: Another name for Harpies.
Helle: The goddess nymph of the Hellespont sea.
Hippocamps: The fish-tailed horses of the sea, four of whom drew the chariot of Poseidon.
Hippokampoi: Another name for Hippocamps.
Ichthyes: A pair of divine fish who brought Aphrodite ashore following her sea-birth.
Ichthyocentaurs: Twin sea-centaurs, Aphros and Bythos.
Ikhthyes: Another name for Ichthyes.
Ikhthyokentauroi: Another name for Ichthyocentaurs.
Ino: Another name for Leukothea.
Kabeiro: Another name for Cabeiro.
Kalliste: Another name for Calliste.
Kapheira: Another name for Capheira.
Karkinos: Another name for Carcinus.
Ketea: Another name for Cetea.
Keto: Another name for Ceto.
Keyx: Another name for Ceyx.
Kharybdis: Another name for Charybdis.
Kymopoleia: Another name for Cymopoleia.
Ladon: A monstrous, hundred-headed sea-serpent, son of the sea-gods Phorcys and Ceto.
Lamia: A monstrous shark-shaped sea Daemon.
Leucothea: The goddess of the Ionian sea, a protector of sailors and fishermen.
Leukothea: Another name for Leucothea.
Melicertes: Another name for the child sea-god Palaemon.
Melikertes: Another name for Melicertes.
Nereides: Another name for Nereids.
Nereids: A band of fifty goddess nymphs. They were providers of the sea's rich bounty of fish and protectors of sailors.
Nereus: An ancient fish-tailed sea-god. He and his fifty Nereid daughters presided over the sea's rich bounty of fish and salt.
Nerites: A sea Daemon who was transformed into a shell-fish by the goddess Aphrodite.
Oceanus: The Titan god of the earth-encircling, fresh-water river Oceanus.
Oeolyca: A sea nymph daughter of the stormy sea-gods Briareus and Cymopoleia.
Oiolyka: Another name for Oeolyca.
Okeanos: Another name for Oceanus.
Palaemon: A sea-god protector of sailors and fishermen who was depicted as a boy riding dolphin-back.
Palaimon: Another name for Palaemon.
Pallas: A warrior sea nymph, friend and companion of Athena.
Phorcys: An ancient sea god who presided over the many dangers of the sea. His name means seal.
Phorkys: Another name for Phorcys.
Pontos: Another name for Pontus.
Pontus: The Protogenos or primeval god of the sea.
Poseidon: The king of the seas and lord of the sea-gods.
Proseoous Daemones: Evil sea Daemones which haunted the dark caverns of the island of Rhodes.
Proteus: An old shape-shifting, prophetic sea-god.
Psamathe: One of the fifty Nereids, the goddess of sandy beaches.
Rhode: A sea-nymph daughter of the god Poseidon, the goddess of the island of Rhodes.
Scylla: A monstrous sea Daemon who preyed on passing sailors.
Seirenes: Another name for Sirens.
Sirens: Three dangerous sea Daemones with the heads of women and the bodies of birds.
Skylla: Another name for Scylla.
Telchines: Sea Daemones native to the island of Rhodes.
Telkhines: Another name for Telchines.
Tethys: A Titan goddess associated with the sources of fresh-water.
Thalassa: The Protogenos or primeval goddess of the sea.
Thaumas: An ancient sea god who presided over the wonders of the sea.
Thetis: The leader of the fifty Nereids.
Thoosa: A sea nymph, the mother of the Cyclops Polyphemus by Poseidon.
Triteia: A militant sea nymph of the Achaean coast.
Triton: The herald of the god Poseidon.
Tritones: Fish-tailed Daemones of the sea, the male counterparts of the sea nymphs.
Tritonis: The goddess nymph of the Libyan salt-lake Tritonis.