Funny Dog Names: Names With Comical Meanings

Humorous dog owners like funny names. It is not easy to find some funny dog names, because for each person, humor means different content and connotations. Here comes a collection of funny dog names with funny, comical meanings. These names may mean body flaw of puppies, but we have no mention to laugh at these poor dogs, we just want these names to cause some sniggers and gasps.

Male Funny Dog Names

Amlodi: English name meaning "heavy" or "the dullard."

Amlut: English name meaning "heavy" or "the dullard."
Amluth: English name meaning "heavy" or "the dullard."
Ammadon: English name meaning "numskull, simpleton."
Babieca: Spanish name meaning "a simpleton; stupid."
Ballard: English name meaning "bald-headed."
Bamber: German name meaning "short and fat."
Bassett: English name meaning "shorty."
Brian: French name meaning "maggot."
Brickel: German name meaning "little chunk."
Brodie: English name meaning "ditch."
Brody: Irish name meaning "ditch."
Brogan: Gaelic name meaning "little shoe."
Brokk: Old Norse myth name meaning "breeches."
Brutus: Roman Latin name meaning "heavy" or "the dullard."
Cade: English name meaning "round and lumpy."
Calbhach: Irish Gaelic name meaning "bald."
Calvagh: Irish Gaelic name meaning "bald."
Calvin: English name meaning "little bald one."
Calvino: Italian name meaning "little bald one."
Calvinus: Latin name meaning "little bald one."
Camp: English name meaning "crooked mouth."
Campbell: Scottish name meaning "crooked mouth."
Camron: English name meaning "crooked nose."
Canutus: Latin name meaning "knot."
Cinneidigh: Irish Gaelic name meaning "ugly head."
Cnut: Scandinavian name meaning "knot."
Crawford: English name meaning "crow-foot."
Culhwch: Welsh Arthurian legend name meaning "pig's run."
Gwembeshe: African Zulu name meaning "bow-legged."
Hephaestus: Latin name meaning "both feet crooked."
Hephaistos: Greek name meaning "both feet crooked."
Hoyt: English name meaning "long stick."
Kade: English name meaning "round and lumpy."
Kam: English name meaning "crooked nose."
Kameron: English name meaning "crooked nose."
Kanut: Latin name meaning "knot."
Kanutus: Latin name meaning "knot."
Knud: Danish name meaning "knot."
Knut: Scandinavian name meaning "knot."
Knute: Norwegian name meaning "knot."
Knutr: Old Norse name meaning "knot."
Korach: Hebrew name meaning "bald" or "ice."
Korah: English name meaning "bald" or "ice."
Meallan: Irish Gaelic name meaning "little lump."
Mellan: Irish name meaning "little lump."
Mikio: Japanese name meaning "tree trunk man."
Porcius: Roman family name meaning "pig."
Qorach: Hebrew name meaning "bald" or "ice."
Raca: Aramaic name meaning "fool; empty head."
Raka: Aramaic byname meaning "fool; empty head."
Scanlan: Irish name meaning "scandal."
Scanlon: Irish name meaning "scandal."
Waquini: Native American Cheyenne name meaning "hook nose."

Female Funny Dog Names

Calvina: Italian name meaning "little bald one."

Cam: Scottish name means "crooked nose."
Cameron: Scottish name meaning "crooked nose."
Camryn: English name meaning "crooked nose."
Canute: Latin name meaning "knot."
Canutte: Latin name meaning "knot."
Coriander: English name meaning "smells like a bedbug."
Cortney: English name meaning "short nose."
Courtney: English name meaning "short nose."
Kamryn: English name meaning "crooked nose."
Kanutte: Latin name meaning "knot."
Kennedy: Irish name meaning "ugly head."
Kortney: English name meaning "short nose."
Kourtney: English name meaning "short nose."
Porsche: German name meaning "pig."
Portia: English name meaning "pig."
Sequoia: Native American Cherokee name meaning "pig's foot."

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