84 Male German Shepherd Dog Names

German Shepherd dogs are strong and they deserve strong dog names. Here comes a collection of 84 strong dog names that are suitable for your male German Shepherd puppies. Check out the below list and enjoy!

Ace: Ace is a name given to one who excels, and it means "number one, the best". Connotations of superiority come from the fact that ace is the playing card with highest face value. White Ace is a brand of cheap, strong cider primarily drunk by the homeless and 14 year olds.

Apollo: One of the twelve great Olympian gods, the god of music, prophecy and healing.
Atlas: A mythical Titan who bore the weight of the world on his shoulders.
Axel: Peaceful.
Boomer: A large male kangaroo.
Boots: Arabic Shining Light, High Mountain, Messenger.
Boris: A common male German name means Fighter, it is shared by the top championship tennis player, Boris Becker.
Branson: Sword.
Bruno: German for brown. Also Expertly shade-grown coffee on premiere plantations in the high-altitude regions of Antigua Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua.
Caesar: The name Caesar is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Caesar is "head of hair". The most famous bearer was Julius Caesar. Due to his fame and power, Caesar then became the title of the Roman emperors with the meaning "ruler".
Cain: A spear.
Caleb: Dog.
Captain: A captain.
Comet: A celestial body.
Dakota: Forever smiling. Also a Native American tribe and First Nations people in North America.
Dimitri: Earth mother.
Dino: Italian for Little sword. Dino is also a colloquial abbreviation for dinosaur. And a sports car produced by Ferrari.
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.
Ernie: Earnest, serious.
Fido: Stereotypical name for a dog, from the Latin word for "faithful".
Fireball: Arabic Shining Light, High Mountain, Messenger.
Flash: A very brief moment.
Freddy: Peaceful ruler.
Fudge: A soft, rich candy.
Furball: Arabic Shining Light, High Mountain, Messenger.
Goliath: Giant who was slain with a sling and stone.
Grover: Tree grove.
Harley: Made famous by the actress Harley Jane Kozak. Also the name of a great motorcycle, the Harley-Davidson.
Hawk: Short for Stephen Hawking, theoretical physicist.
Hercules: Son of Zeus, famous for his strength and numerous far-ranging adventures.
Hudson: Son of Hugh. Explorer Henry Hudson was the first European to visit the Hudson River. Also city and town place names of the United States.
Indigo: The color between blue and violet.
Jack: Name based on John, which means "God is gracious". The name has a rugged, down-to-earth aura.
Keanu: Cool breeze over mountains.
Kip: Pet form of Kipling.
Kuma: Bear (Japanese). Also to call - kuma (come) here.
Larry: Man from Laurentum.
Lucas: Man from Lucania.
Major: Greater.
Marshall: Horse servant.
Mason: A person who works with stones.
Matrix: Arabic Shining Light, High Mountain, Messenger.
Maui: God of fire.
Max: Maximum.
Milo: Soldier.
Mister: Arabic Shining Light, High Mountain, Messenger.
Napoleon: In Italian, Napoleon means "lion; man from Naples". The Corsican soldier who became emperor of France.
Neutron: Jimmy Neutron, boy genius.
Newton: New settlement, new enclosure.

Nova: Nova is a baby girl name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Nova is "new, young, chases butterfly". In English a nova is a star that releases a tremendous burst of energy, becoming temporarily extraordinarily bright. Chevrolet used to make a small car called a "Nova".
Nugget: As in Chicken.
Oakley: From the oak meadow.
Omega: The last letter in the Greek alphabet.
Orion: A mighty hunter in Greek mythology that also has a star named after him.
Otto: German for Wealth. Common in English-speaking countries until Otto von Bismarck's German armies became threateningly powerful in the early 20th century.
Owen: Owen is a resonant Celtic name, and the name means "young warrior". Owen Glendower was a 14th-century Welsh chieftain who fought unsuccessfully for Welsh independence from England. The legendary St. Owen was a Benedictine monk who was a follower of St. Chad.
Pepper: Pepper is a spicy plant, and the color of Pepper could be green, yellow or red.
Pluto: Wealth, riches.
Polo: Brave wanderer.
Popeye: Arabic Shining Light, High Mountain, Messenger.
Prince: Royal son.
Radar: Arabic Shining Light, High Mountain, Messenger.
Rex: Rex is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Rex is "king".
Rocky: Battle cry.
Romeo: Romeo is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Romeo is "citizen of Rome". In the famous romance "Romeo and Juliet" of Shakespeare, Romeo was the name of the tragic young hero.
Ross: A region of Scotland.
Ruckus: Arabic Shining Light, High Mountain, Messenger.
Rudy: Abbreviation of Rudolph, Famed wolf.
Rusty: Something covered with rust.
Scooby: Arabic Shining Light, High Mountain, Messenger.
Skipper: Master of a Ship.
Spud: Slang for potato.
Sunny: Sunny means sunshine, and it express a happy and cheerful temperament. A name that will remind you of the bright and happy Sun in the sky.
Tarzan: A fictional character created by writer Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Thor: Thor was the Norse god of thunder and power, one of the sons of Odin.
Triple: Arabic Shining Light, High Mountain, Messenger.
Val: To be healthy, strong.
Wilson: Son of William.
Yang: The sun.
Yoda: Yoda is a fictional character in the Star Wars space opera franchise created by George Lucas.
Yogi: A practitioner of yoga.
Zeus: The King of the Olympian Gods, God of Sky and Thunder, and rules over the Heavens and Earth.
Zohar: Brightness.
Zorro: Spanish for fox. Also a swashbuckling fictional character of films, television, and books. The character's visual motif is typically a black costume with a flowing Spanish cape.

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