50 Dog Names Ending in N

By Tom •  Updated: 12/16/20 •  7 min read
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Adopting a dog is very exciting and it brings much happiness, too! If you’re the pat parent of a newly adopted dog, then you’ll need to find him a name!

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Male Dog Names Ending in N

Here are some great name choices for boy dogs, which end in N!

1). Ethan: is an English name that means “firm, strong.”

2). Benjamin: is a Hebrew name that means “son of the south.” This would be a great name if you live in the southern part of the country. And you could shorten the name to “Ben.”

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3). Owen: is a Welsh name, which means “youth, archer.”

4). Nathan: is a Hebrew name that means “gift from God.” You could shorten this name to “Nate.”

5). Jackson: is an English name, which means “son of Jack.”

6). Gavin: is a Welsh name that means “white falcon.”

7). Brandon: is an English name, which means “prince.”

8). Aaron: is a Hebrew name that means “mountain of strength.”

9). Brayden: is an English name, which means “brave, wide.”

10). Julian: is a Latin name that means “precious gem, youthful.”

11). Kevin: is an English name that means “handsome, beloved.”

12). Justin: is an English name, which means “righteous, fair.”

13). Jason: is a Greek name that means “healer.”

14). Ian: is a Scottish name, which means “God is gracious.” Is your fur baby sent from heaven? Then what better name could you choose for your dog!

15). Colton: is an English name that means “coal town.”

16). Juan: is a Spanish name that means “God is gracious.”

17). Sean: is a Celtic name that means “God is gracious.”

18). Preston: is an English name that means “from the farm of the priest.” If you live on a farm or ranch, this could be a cute name for your dog.

19). Weston: is an English name, which means “western town.”

20). Calvin: is a Latin name that means “brave.”

21). Edwin: is an English name that means “wealthy friend.”

22). Trenton: is an English name, which means “from the quick stream.” If your dog loves swimming or playing in the water, why not choose this name for him? You can even shorten the name to “Trent.

23). Donovan: is a Celtic name, which means “great chief, mighty.” This name could be shortened to “Don.”

24). Joaquin: is a Spanish name, which means “established by God.”

25). Kason: is a Scottish name that means “from the marsh.”

Girl Dog Names Ending in N

Now, here are some girl dog names that end in N!

26). Madison: is an English name, which means “son of the mighty warrior.” You could even call your dog “Maddi” for short!

27). Allison: is an English name that means “noble, exalted.”

28). Lauren: is a French name, which means “bay leaves, protection.”

29). Kaitlyn: is a Celtic name that means “blessed, pure, holy.”

30). Ashlyn: is an English name, which means “dream, vision.”

31). Meagan: this is an English name that means “the pearl.”

32). Adalyn: is a German name that means “noble, kind.” You can even shorten this name to “Addy.”

33). Brynn: is a Welsh name that means “high, noble, exalted.”

34). Jazlyn: is an English name that means “beautiful, jasmine (the plant), and jazz.” If you love jazz, or the plant, then this is the perfect name for your girl dog.

35). Aylin: is a Hebrew name, which means “deer, gazelle.” This would be a great name for a dog who loves to run!

36). Gracelyn: is an English name that means “style, blessing.” This is another name that could be made short such as “Grace” or “Gracey.”

37). Emmalyn: is a French name that means “peaceful home.” You could call your dog “Emmy” for short.

38). Kirsten: is a Scandinavian, which means “follower of Christ.”

39). Belen: is a Greek name that means “spear.” You could call your fur baby “Bel” for short.

40). Ann: is an Irish name, which means “admirable, favored.”

41). Maren: is a Norwegian name that means “star of the sea, beauty.” This is the perfect name if your dog loves water!

42). Gwen: is a Welsh name that means “white, fair, blessed.”

44). Gretchen: is a German name, which means “pearl, daisy.”

45). Keren: is a Hebrew name that means “glorious, dignity.”

46). Leeann: is an English name, which means “light, torch, sunray.” Does your fur baby bring sunshine into your life? Then this would a great name for her!

47). Karmyn: is a Hebrew name, which means “song, orchard.”

48). Rayven: is an English name that means “raven, black, wise.” If your dog is a black or dark color, this could be a great name for her!

49). Bronwyn: is a Welsh name, which means “white, fair, blessed.” Is your dog white? Then why not choose this name for her?

50). Alen: is a Greek name that means “light, bird, sunlight.”

There you have it—dog names that end in N! We’ve hope you’ve found the best name for your canine friend in this list!

Inspiration for Choosing Your Dog’s Name

It can be challenging to find just the right name for your dog. But we’ve put together some tips to help you find that inspiration:

Characteristics & Personality: if your dog has some special characteristics, these could be a great source for determining their name. For instance, is your dog large? Then you might want to choose a name that means something small! How cute is that! Or if your dog comes from a specific breed, then you might consider a name based on that. Another option is to choose a name based on your dog’s personality!

Use a dog name generator: just do a search online for “dog name generator.” You’ll find a nice list of websites offering this service. All you have to do is use the filters on the name generator. For instance, if your dog’s a girl, then choose “female.” You’ll also find a list of filters to choose from. Once you’re finished, then click “Enter,” and see what comes up!

AKC dog name list: if you have a pedigreed dog, then you might want to try using the AKC to find a great name. The site lets you choose between male and female names. You find the alphabet, which allows you to choose the first letter of your dog’s name. Or just review the list of dog names just down below! It’s that easy.

Choose a unique name: this is another key to finding the best name for your dog. You want to avoid choosing a name that’s very common or extremely popular. Choosing this type of name would make it confusing to your dog (if he hears someone else call his name, he’ll be off like a shot). Or at the vet’s it sometimes happens that dogs with the same name could get mixed up. So, it’s best to choose a unique name that’s not very common.

Keep the name simple: dogs are able to hear and respond better to name that are short. Two syllables for a name is really the best option when choosing a name.

Your dog’s breed: if your dog is of a specific breed, then this could be a great way to find a name. For instance, if you have a French dog, then you could find an uncommon French name for him. If you have an Italian Mastiff, then search for just the right Italian name for your fur baby.

It’s possible to find inspiration from many sources. Just be creative and think outside the box! We’ve put together a list of dog names that may help you out. We did the research, so you wouldn’t have to.

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Tom

Tom has always loved to write since he was little - he wanted to be either a writer or a veterinary doctor, but he ended up being a professional writer while most of his works are based on animals. He was born in San Francisco but later moved to Texas to continue his job as a writer. He graduated from the University of San Francisco where he studied biotechnology. He is happily married and a soon to be father!

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