Have you just adopted a new dog? Then congratulations! We’re very happy for you both! If you’re looking for a unique name for your fur baby, then check out our list of names that end in “b.” Let’s get started!
Boy Dog Names That End in B
Here are some boy names that might be a great choice for your canine companion!
1). Jacob: this is a Hebrew name that means “the heel” or “supplanter.” If your fur baby properly heels when you two go for a walk, this could be the perfect name for him!
2). Caleb: this name comes from the Hebrew language and it means “a dog, a crow, a basket.” What a great name for a boy dog!
3). Ayub: this is the Arabic name for one of the prophets of Allah, which is the same as the biblical name “Job.”
4). Zeb: this is a Hebrew name that mean “wolf.” If you have a dog that strongly resembles a wolf, this would make a great name for your canine companion.
5). Jeb: this is a popular American name that is a nickname for James or Joseph.
6). Joab: this is a Hebrew name that means “Yahweh is father.”
7). Talib: this is an Arabic name that means “seeker of knowledge, student.” If your fur baby is very good at learning new things, this could be the right name for him!
8). Bob: this is the nickname for “Robert,” and in German this name means “famed, bright, shining.”
9). Webb: is an English and Scottish name that means “weaver.”
10). Gleb: this is a Russian name, which comes from the Old Norse, and means “heir of God.” There’s also a saint by this name, St. Gleb, who is venerated by the Eastern Orthodox church.
11). Bab: this is a Greek name that means “foreign, strange, traveler from a foreign land.”
12). Besarb: in Albanian means “faith, pledge of honor, or oath.”
13). Cobb: this is an Anglo-Saxon name that means “large, impressive, has great strength.”
14). Filib: this is a Scottish name for Philip, which means “lover of horses.” If your fur baby enjoys being around horses, hiking with horses, then this would be a great name for him!
15). Geniinewab: this is a Native American name that means “sitting like an eagle.” Does your dog like perching on the couch, looking over your shoulder? Then what a unique name for him!
16). Gharib: this name comes from Persian and Arabic name that means “strange, or stranger.”
17). Gotlib: is a German name that means “God’s love.”
18). Horeb: this is a Hebrew name that means “arid, dryness.” It’s also the name of the mountain where Moses received the 10 Commandments from God.
19). Najeeb: this is an Arabic name that means “distinguished, noble.”
20). Joab: this is a Hebrew name that means “Yahweh is father.”
21). Labib: this is a Muslim name that means “sensible, intelligent.”
22). Lamb: this is an English name that means “one who is meek or inoffensive,” like the animal of the same name. If you have a boy Poodle who has a meek, loving nature, this would be a great name for him!
23). Lieb: this is a German, Jewish Ashkenazic, name that means “dear, beloved.”
24). Macaleb: this is a popular name in the US but is usually a sur name and it means something similar to the name Caleb, which means “faithful dog.”
25). Rab: this name comes from the German language and means “bright and shining.”
Girl Dog Names That End in B
Now, here are some unique names for girl dogs that end in B!
26). Zainab: coming from Arabic origins, this name means “fragrant flower.” What a beautiful name for any lady dog!
27). Jazib: this is an Arabic name that means “beautiful.” No matter what breed your dog comes from, we know she’s pretty! This would be a great name for her.
28). Rabab: from Arabic origins, this name means “stringed musical instrument.”
29). Hayab: is a Pakistani name, which means “obedient.” Has your fur baby started obedience training? Does she do well? Then this might be just the right name for her!
30). Laraib: here’s another Arabic name and it means “undoubting.”
31). Saynab: this is an Arabic name that means “nice scent of a tree.”
32). Bab: this is similar to the name “Barb,” which in Latin means “stranger, foreign, strange, traveler from a foreign land.” It’s also the nickname for the English name Barbara.
33). Mab: this is an Irish name that means “joy, hilarity, or baby.” Does your canine companion have a funny streak and a great sense of humor that bring you joy?
34). Barb: in Latin, this name means “stranger.”
35). Deneb: this is an Arabic name that means “tail.” If your dog has a whip tail that she uses to “clean off your coffee table,” this could make a pretty, unique name for her!
36). Ib: comes from the Hebrew language and means “God is my oath.”
37). Tab: this is an English name that means “drummer.” Does your dog stamp her feet when she wants something or to give emphasis to what she’s trying to say? This would be a pretty short name for her.
38). Sib: this name comes from the Greek and it means “prophetess, oracle.” If your fur baby knows the exact time you’re coming home, this is a very apt name for her.
39). Lib: is a Hebrew name, which means “God is my oath.”
40). Deb: this is a name that derives from the Hebrew name Deborah, which means “bee.”
41). Ihab: is an Arabic name that means “gift.”
42). Kolab: this name comes from Asia and means “rose.”
43). Medb: this is a very old Celtic name that meant “mead-woman” or “she who intoxicates.”
44). Rahab: this is a biblical name that means “broad, large.” In the Bible, there was a woman of this name who lived in the city of Jericho and helped hide two Israelite men who had been sent to check out the city.
45). Sadb: is an Irish name that means “sweet, goodly,” and might make the perfect name for an Irish Setter or another Irish dog breed.
46). Meerab: this is an Arabic name that means “water surveillant, water master, or paradise flower.”
47). Rakeb: this is a name that comes from Africa, and it means “Gift of God.”
48). Anab: this is an Arabic name that means “grape, or knot.”
49). Gulaab: coming from the Arabic language, this name means “resembling the rose.”
50). Kawkab: this is an Arabic name which means “star.”
KimKim is a talented author, who loves animals especially dogs. She engaged in writing books and articles relating to animals a decade ago. Kim resides in Chicago with her husband and son. The family is the proud owner of a dog and a parrot (Jack and Lily). Kim wanted more than these two pets, but her husband put his foot down... She often visits elementary schools to talk to the kids about what she learned about pets and how they could learn from them.
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