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Are you looking for that perfect dog name that just fits your German Shepherd?
Naming a GSD can be difficult. Below are some suggestions:
Male German Shepherd Dog Names:
• Achilles - The hero of Homer's Iliad
• Arnold - Powerful
• Axel - Father of peace
• Ada - Prosperous and joyful
• Aiko - Love
• Ajax - Eagle
• Angstrom - Wise one
• Bach - Leading German composer
• Barrett - Strong as a bear
• Baron - For a noble dog
• Beethoven - German musical genius
• Biene - For a busy bee
• Baci - 'Kisses' in Italian
• Bruno - Brown haired
• Conrad - Brave counsel
• Cadence - Having a recurring, regular beat or flow
• Calico - This word describes a dappled or speckled color scheme
• Camelot - This is the legendary site where King Arthur had his Round Table
• Caspian - Lion-like appearance
• Czar - Emperor or king
• Danube - Mighty European waterway
• Dietrich - Marlene (iconic German actress)
• Duke - A stately name for the dog who rules your palace
• Delta - This symbol represents the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet
• Deuce - In many games, this throw of dice or game score is thought to bring good luck
• Dodger - One who acts deceptively
• Dreadnought - A battleship loaded with artillery
• Einstein - Physics genius
• Elbe - River that flows through much of Germany
• Falcon - A bird of prey sometimes trained to hunt
• Fandango - A colorful, energetic Spanish dance
• Falk - Hawk
• Garth - Famous comic strip character
• Goethe - Hugely influential poet and philosopher
• Grazie - Italian for 'thank you'
• Hank - Ruler of the estate
• Hummel - Famous figurines
• Hesse - Federal German state
• Icon - A representation, probably of your puppy's beauty
• Indigo - A plant that yields a blue dye
• Jaegar - Hunter
• Jupiter - The largest and most massive planet
• Kobi - 'Joy' in Japanese
• Kaiser - Leader
• Karl - A free man
• Kosmo - A good Gremlin
• Kafka - German language novelist
• Kaiser - Emperor
• Leo - For a dog as brave as a lion
• Luther - Translated the Bible into German
• Lucky - 'Good fortune'
• Mambo - A Latin American dance that resembles the rumba and cha-cha
• Matador - A valiant bullfighter
• Neptune - Planet discovered by Galileo
• Nova - A new star that grows in luminosity, then returns to its earlier lightness
• Otto - Rich, wealthy
• Omega - The last letter of the Greek alphabet
• Onyx - A type of gemstone that is found in various colored bands and is used significantly in cameos
• Prinz - Prince
• Palomino - A showy-looking horse with a golden or tan coat and a white mane and tail
• Papoose - An Indian baby, or your little puppy
• Phoenix - Legend has it that this bird lived for five hundred years, then burned and was reborn from its own ashes
• Quasi - 'Almost' in Italian
• Rambo - For the Shepherd who thrives on adventure
• Rauchig - Smokey
• Ravel - After the French composer, Maurice Joseph Ravel
• Razzmatazz - Showy actions performed with the intention of creating confusion
• Rio - Spanish for 'large river'
• Rot - 'Red' in German
• Saxon - Ancient Germanic tribe
• Schiller - Leading 16th century poet
• Schnapps - Fiery German liquor
• Schumacher - The most successful F1 driver ever
• Talisman - A good luck charm used to cast away evil spirits
• Tanka - A Japanese poem
• Texas - Everyone loves Texas
• Titian - Orangish brown
• Ulysses - A Greek commander
• Von Braun - Father of the U.S. space program
• Vaquero - Spanish for 'cowboy or herdsman'
• Wagner - 19th century composer
• Weser - River that flows through Bremen to the North Sea
• Wolfgang - Rising wolf
• Wotan - Odin (Supreme god of German/Norse mythology)
• Yamasee - An Indian tribe
• Yukon - A river flowing through Canada and Alaska
• Zebu - An unusual breed of ox
• Zeven - Small town in Northern Germany
• Zorro - After the movie 'The Mask Of Zorro'
Female German Shepherd Dog Names:
• Adele - Noble and kind
• Adonis - Greek mythology youth
• Agatha - One of impeccable virtue
• Akira - 'Brightness' in Japanese
• Allegro - 'Cheerful' in Italian and 'happy' in Spanish
• Amber - A brownish yellow color
• Amorette - Beloved
• Anika - Very beautiful
• Basil - A herb having fragrant leaves
• Berta - Intelligent; Glorious
• Brigitte - Strong spirited
• Brooke - A stream
• Bailey - The encasing of a castle
• Babushka - Grandmother in Russian
• Beau - The steady companion of a girl
• Caddy - A golfer's attendant
• Chambray - A delicate type of fabric
• Chaya - From Hebrew, meaning 'to be alive'
• Cypress - A pine tree with small, compressed needles
• Desdemona - Heroine of William Shakespeare's tragedy, 'Othello'
• Diva - French for 'goddess'
• Ebi - Japanese for 'shrimp'
• Emma - All embracing
• Edel - Noble and distinguished
• Elke - Noble and kind
• Elsa - Noble
• Emily - Industrious
• Ebony - Black
• Edelweiss - A small white flower that grows in the Bavarian Alps
• Emerald - A lovely jewel
• Fable - A moral tale in which animals often depict characters in order to prove a point
• Fleur - French for 'flower'
• Formosa - An island (now called Taiwan) in the Pacific, off the coast of China
• Gretchen - Little pearl
• Gerda - Protector
• Gnome - A folkloric ageless and mutated dwarf that lives on earth and protects treasures
• Heidi - Super dog name
• Hexen - To do magic
• Irie - 'Peace', in Rastafarian
• Iris - 'Rainbow' in Greek and Latin
• Jasmine - The scent of this plant is found in its fragrant white flowers
• Kona - A relatively large city on the island of Hawaii
• Kirsche - Cherry
• Kristall - Crystal (very precious)
• Laker - A lake-dwelling fish, resembling the trout
• Lavender - The delicate purplish flowers yielded by this plant are commonly used in perfume oils
• Liebchen - 'Sweetheart' in German
• Lotus - Fragrant pinkish flower
• Magnolia - A family of white, pink, purple, blue or yellow flowers
• Mai Tai - 'Good' in Tahitian
• Nixe - A mermaid or sprite
• Nena - Popular singer of 99 red balloons
• Okra - This plant has pods that are an ingredient in gumbo soup
• Opal - An iridescent mineral and gem
• Pandora - Pandora, the first woman to exist according to Greek mythology, out of curiosity opened a box known by the same name and set free the evils of the world
• Peasebloosom - A fairy in Shakespeare's play
• Portia - The wife of Brutus in Shakespeare's play, 'Julius Caesar'
• Queeny - A woman ruler, having authority over a particular domain
• Ricotta - White, creamy cheese originated in Italy
• Ruby - A precious, deep red stone
• Snoopy - Nickname for the Red Baron
• Sable - A Russian member of the weasel family famous for its soft, dark fur
• Sassy - Lively & independent
• Steffi - A garland or crown
• Teal - A greenish blue color
• Tova - 'Good' in Hebrew
• Utopia - A place of illusory and ideal perfection
• Verona - A city in north eastern Italy
• Viva - Italian for 'long life'
• Wanda - One of the top German shepherd names for a female
• Willow - 'Grace' or graceful (among the cool German shepherd names)
• Yaya - 'Grandma' (spelled phonetically) in Greek
• Zepuyr - Like a soft breeze
• Zigeuner - Gypsy
• Zucker - Sugar (For your sweetie pie!)


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