Hipster means cooler than cool, so if you are looking for some cool dog names, look no further than this list. We have pulled this collection of 100 hipster dog names for you, they will be perfect for your super cool puppies.
Female Hipster Dog Names
Alden: Surname used as a given name, means “old wise friend”.
Beatrix: Latin for Voyager.
Bryn: Bryn is a unisex baby name of Welsh origin, and the meaning of Bryn is "hill, mount". Place name used as a Christian name in the 20th century.
Callie: Greek for "beautiful, lovely".
Cecily: Blind; sixth.
Clementine: The name Clementine is a baby girl name of Latin origin, it is derived from 'clemens' meaning mild or merciful. The name was famous because of the heroine of the well-known folk song 'Clementine' and the Sir Winston Churchill's wife. Clementine's meaning suggests peace and happiness, a lovely image.
Cleo: One of the few girls' names to boast the cool-yet-lively o ending, means "glory".
Clover: Clover has a long association with good luck, via the four-leaf clover, and through the shamrock symbol of Ireland. Also a feminine of Clovis.
Daisy: Day's eye, also a flower with a yellow disk and white rays. Often used as a nickname for Margaret. Henry James named the typical American girl in Europe as Daisy Miller in his story.
Delilah: Delilah is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Delilah is "languishing, lovelorn, seductive".
Edie: Strife for wealth.
Etta: Little one;Estate ruler.
Everly: Wild boar in woodland clearing.
Eyelet: A small eye.
Fallon: Superiority; descended from a ruler.
Finley: Fair-haired hero.
Frankie: Frenchman. Made famous by the name of the heroine of "The Ballad of Frankie and Johnny".
Isla: Scottish island.
Juniper: Juniper is a fresh-feeling nature name. It's a small evergreen shrub with lots of energy.
Lana: Attractive, peaceful.
Livi: Bluish, lead-colored.
Lola: Lola is a hot starbaby name, and the meaning of Lola is "lady of sorrows".
Lulu: Rabbit. Also the Latin feminine form of Louis.
Luna: Luna is a girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Luna is "moon". In mythology, Luna is one of the names of Artemis, goddess of the moon. Luna is the quirky character in the Harry Potter Series, and Luna is also a shapeshifting character in the True Blood series.
Mabel: Mabel is the short form of Amabel, and the meaning of the name Mabel is lovable, beautiful, loving. The name Mabel is one of the classic old-fashioned names, such as Violet or Josephine. Mabel Mercer is a well-known jazz singer. Several celebrities also chose it for their daughter name, including Chad Lowe, Nenah Cherry, Bruce Willis and Dermot Mulroney.
Mae: A variant of May, which was named for Maia, the Roman earth Goddess.
Magnolia: Magnolia is a sweet-smelling Southern belle of a name, and it is a flower name.
Matilda: Matilda is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Matilda is "mighty in battle". William the Conqueror's Queen Matilda brought the name to Britain.
Minnie: Minnie means "intellect". Made famous by Mickey Mouse's girlfriend Minnie.
Nola: White shoulder. Nola is a city and comune of Campania, southern Italy, in the province of Naples, situated in the plain between Mount Vesuvius and the Apennines. It is served by the Circumvesuviana railway from Naples.
Olive: A species of small tree in the family Oleaceae, is also another shade of green.
Pearl: A pearl is a milky-colored gem produced within the soft tissue of a living shelled mollusc. The finest quality natural pearls have been highly valued as gemstones. Pearls have been associated with innocence and modesty. Because it comes from the sea, it also has associations with the moon and with water. Pearls are also traditionally considered appropriate jewelry for debutantes and brides. The pearl is the birthstone for the month of June.
Piper: The name Piper is a unisex baby name, and the meaning of Piper is "pipe player". Parents choose this name for its musical meaning, and it's fit for a boy or girl who is both creative and friendly.
Poppy: Poppy is a girl's name of Latin origin, and it is a flower name. Poppy makes an especially good choice for a redhead. Jamie Oliver used Poppy for his daughter Poppy Honey Rosie, as did Anthony Edwards, Jessica Capshaw, and Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer.
Prue: Latin for "caution, discretion".
Rae: Rae is a feminine form of Ray, which means "wise protection".
Raina: Queen. Modern use also refers to rain from the sky.
Ruby: Ruby is a pink to blood-red colored gemstone, and it is considered one of the four precious stones, together with the sapphire, the emerald and the diamond. The name Ruby comes from ruber, Latin for red.
Simone: Hear, listen. Feminine of Simon.
Stella: Stella is a girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Stella is "star". Mostly literary use until the 19th century, when the name became popular. Linked in most minds to the movie "A Streetcar named Desire", where Marlon Brando bellowed "Stella!".
Stevie: Greek for "garland, crown".
Tallulah: Tallulah is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Tallulah is "leaping water".
Tessa: Born fourth.
Violet: Violet is a girl's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Violet is "purple". One of the earliest flower names, Shakespeare used the Latin form Viola for the enterprising heroine in "Twelfth Night".
Willa: German for "determined protector". Feminine of William.
Wren: A small brown songbird.
Zinnia: Zinnia is a genus of plants of the sunflower tribe within the daisy family, it was named for 18th-century German botanist Johann Zinn who classified it.
Male Hipster Dog Names
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.
Arlo: Arlo means "barberry tree", and it is the Italian variant of Charles.
Atticus: Atticus is a famous Roman man of letters who lived in the last years of the Roman Empire, and the meaning of Atticus is "from Athens".
Axl: Hebrew for "father is peace".
Baron: German for Young Warrior. A title of nobility, along the lines of Earl and Duke, used as a given name. In England, a baron was the lowest rank of hereditary peerage that entitles the holder to serve in the House of Lords.
Bear: French for "strong, brave bear", also a variant of Bernard. There are three famous medieval saints bore the name: a founder of a monastic order, the patron saint of mountain climbers, and a scholastic philosopher.
Beckett: Bee cottage.
Byron: Place name and surname often used as a given name, and the meaning of Byron is "at the byres or barn". Lord Byron in the 1850s was a poet famous for his wildness and debauchery.
Calvin: Calvin is a slightly quicky but cozy name, it means "little bald one". Transferred to a first name as homage to 16th-century French religious reformer Jean Calvin, whose thinking deeply influenced the Presbyterian, Methodist, and Huguenot branches of Protestantism. More familiar in modern times due to Bill Watterson's cartoon feature "Calvin and Hobbes".
Clive: The meaning of Clive is "cliff, slope". Surname and place name. Robert Clive was a famous English soldier known for his exploits in India.
Colton: Swarthy person.
Cormac: Impure son. In the history, Cormac was the third-century Irish king who founded schools of military science, law, and literature at Tara.
Dax: Bavarian for "Badger."
Dexter: The meaning of Dexter is "right-handed, fortunate; woman who dyes".
Django: I awake.
Dries: Brave, manly.
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.
Edison: Son of Edward. The name is used in honor of inventor Thomas Edison.
Elvis: Possibly related to Alvis from Norse mythology, meaning "all wise". Also a mononym of Elvis Presley, an American singer.
Farron: Handsome servant.
Felix: Felix is a boy's name of Latin origin, and the meaning of Felix is "happy, lucky".
Gus: Gus Monroe Deveraux Sanford is the son of Poppy Montgomery and Shawn Sanford. Gus is a unisex baby name can be used for either boys or girls. It is a short form of Augustine or Augustus, and the meaning of Gus is majestic.
Harris: Son of Harry. Also a variant of Harrison.
Holden: Deep Valley.
Huck: Diminutive of Huckleberry.
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.
Ike: Hebrew for Laughter.
Jack: Name based on John, which means "God is gracious". The name has a rugged, down-to-earth aura.
Jasper: Jasper is an opaque, impure variety of silica, usually red, yellow, brown or green in color; and rarely blue. The name Jasper means "spotted or speckled stone” and it is a variation of the Persian Kaspar, which means "treasurer or treasure bringer". Jasper is one of the few gem names for boys, and is the first name of the great modern artist Jasper Johns.
Jones: God is gracious.
Judd: Variant of Jordan, which means "down-flowing".
Julian: Julian is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Julian is "Jove's child". Variant of Julius, the family clan name of several of the most powerful Roman emperors. Julian is a rising star, and it has become a solid, handsome, recommended choice. Julian also has numerous historic and cultural references.
Kai: Keeper of the keys. Also a Hawaiian name meaning "the sea".
Kale: German for Free Man. Also a vegetable with green or purple leaves, in which the central leaves do not form a head.
Kent: Means "edge". Also a place name for a county in England.
Luca: Russian for Luke, which means "bringer of light".
Matteo: Hebrew for "gift of God". Also a variant of Matthew.
Miller: One who grinds grain.
Otis: Otis is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Otis is "wealth; son of Otto". Mostly American use, probably due to composer Otis Redding.
Otto: German for Wealth. Common in English-speaking countries until Otto von Bismarck's German armies became threateningly powerful in the early 20th century.
Roscoe: Deer wood. Place name from northern England.
Sanford: Sandy ford.
Scout: French for "to listen". Bruce Willis and Demi Moore named their daughter Scout, but the name is unusual enough to apply to both genders.
Sebastian: Greek for Revered. Shakespeare gave the name to the twin brother of Viola in "Twelfth Night".
Stellan: Swedish for Calm.
Theo: Greek for "brave people". Theo is a nickname for Theodore, it is cute but very strong.
Van: God is gracious.
Watson: The meaning of Watson is "son of Walter".