50 Dog Names Ending in D

By Kyoko •  Updated: 11/28/20 •  8 min read
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Are you a new pet parent? Have you just adopted a new dog and would like a special name for them? We understand. When you have a dog, they’re a unique, special being who has come into your life and fallen into your heart. Of course, your precious fur baby needs an extraordinary name that fits them. Then you’ve come to the right place!

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Finding the right name for your new dog can be challenging. Afterall, you don’t want a name that’s common and heard all around the neighborhood or in the dog park. Your dog is a unique individual, with their own likes & dislikes, their own ways of being & doing, and more. So, if you’re looking for a unique name, then we’re to help you!

We’ve done the research and put together a list of 50 special dog names that end with D! Let’s get started!

Female Dog Names Ending with D

1). Airmid: this name comes from the Celtic goddess of healing, medicine and spring. What a pretty name for a girl dog! She’s surely bringing love and healing into your life!

2). Brigid: this is an Irish or Gaelic name that means “power, strength, vigor, virtue.” This is also the name of an Irish saint from Ireland, who is one of the country’s patron saints. She was famous for teaching women to read and more.

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3). Emerald: this is a Persian name that means “green,” like the gem of the same name. Emerald is the birthstone for May, too. Does your fur baby have very green eyes? Then this would be a very unique and pretty name for her. You could even shorten it to “Emmie.”

4). Ingrid: comes from the Old Norse, and means “’beloved, beautiful.” Your fur baby surely has stolen your heart and has come a beloved member of your family!

5). Marigold: this is the name comes from English and is the name of a yellow flower. The flower grows in parts of Europe and North American, and is a bright, edible flower that’s often used to flavor cooked foods.

6). Rosalind: this name comes from the English and means “pretty rose.” What a pretty name! You could even shorten it to “Rosie!”

7). Sigrid: this is a Scandinavian name that means “beautiful victory.” It’s a name that’s common in Norway, so if you have Norwegian heritage, or your dog is a Norwegian breed, this could be a great name for her!

8). Winifred: this is an English name that means “white, fair, blessed, peace.” Does your fur baby have white or light-colored fur? Then this could be an unusual name for her! You could even shorten her name to “Winnie.”

9). Astrad: this is a Greek name that means “star-like, or love.” What a pretty and unique name for your lady dog!

10). Garland: is a name that comes from the English, which means “wreath of flowers or leaves.” You might consider this name if your fur baby is a Dachshund, as a garland is sometimes long, like she is!

11). Mairead: this is the Irish version of the name Margaret, which means “pearl.”

12). Sinead: this is a pretty Irish name that means “God is gracious.”

13). Vedad: this is an Arabic name that means “friendship, love.” What a pretty name for your fur baby! And it fits so well, too, as you both have a new relationship based on love!

14). Vered: this is a Hebrew name that means “rose,” and could be a good fit for a red dog such as a Vizsla, Shiba Inu or even an Irish Setter.

15). Ryland: this is an Irish name that means “one who lives near the rye land, or from the rye land.”

16). Jayd: this pretty name means “green stone,” like the green jade gemstone.

17). Dyamond: this is a Latin name that means “diamond,” like the precious stone in an engagement ring or necklace. What a sweet name for your lady dog! She’s very precious if she adopted by you!

18). Anahid: is an Armenian name that means “immaculate.” This might be a great name for a dog who is all white, all black or another color, with no other patches of color. You could also shorten this name to “Annie.”

19). Hind: is an English word that means “female red deer.” This would be a special name for a dog with red fur or a dog that can run and jump like a deer!

20). Shahed: this is Persian name that means “beloved.”

21). Jocabed: this is a Hebrew name that means “Yahweh is glory.” This is also the name of a woman in the Bible who was the daughter of Levi and mother of Aaron, Miriam, and Moses. This is the woman who put baby Moses in a basket made of reeds to save him from Pharaoh. This would be a great name for a dog who loves the water!

22). Rinad: is an Arabic name that means “agarwood” or “aloeswood;” these names are given to any tree that has a nice scent.

23). Hildegard: this name comes from the Old Hight German name and means “battle guard.” This is also the name of a famous German saint, Hildegard von Bingen. She was an accomplished abbess, Christian mystic, visionary and polymath. She was one of the first women back in the 11th century to have her writing published.

24). Souad: this is an Arabic name that means “wellbeing.” What a pretty name this would be for any girl dog!

25). Nihad: is another Arabic name that means “essence, nature.” If your fur baby enjoys hiking in the woods with you, then this could be a great name for her! Or if your lady dog has a loving nature, this would also be a fitting name!

Male Dog Names Ending with D

Now, here are some boy dog names that end with D!

26). David: is a Hebrew name that means “beloved.” You could even shorten this name to “Davy.” How cute is that?

27). Jared: this is a Hebrew name that means “spear, brave, descendant.” If your canine companion is brave and protective, then this could be a great name for him.

28). Boyd: this is an Irish name that means “fair-haired, blonde.” If your fur baby is a blonde color, or has light-colored hair, this would be a really cute name for him!

29). Howard: this is an English name that means “army ruler.”

30). Conrad: is another English name, which means “courteous, wise advisor.” Does your dog seem uncommonly smart, intelligent and wise? Then this could be a cute name for him!

31). Clifford: is an English name that means “cliff-side ford.” This is also the name of the famous Clifford the Big Red Dog! Is your dog big and red? Then this would be a really cute name for him. You could even shorten it to “Cliffie.”

32). Fred: this is an English name, which means “elf, peaceful ruler.” If you have a small fur baby, such as a Chihuahua, this this would be a really cute name for him!

33). Ted: this is a Greek name that is short for Theodore, which means “gift of God.” How cute—this name could be shortened to “Teddy,” and might be a good fit for a dog that resembles a teddy bear!

34). Jed: is a Hebrew name that means “beloved of the Lord.”

35). Ned: this is an English name that means “wealthy guardian.”

36). Raymond: this is another English name, which came from the French, which means “counsel.”

37). Chad: is an Anglo-Saxon name that means “kindly and loved.”

38). Floyd: this is an English name that means “with gray hair.” This could be a cute name for an Old English Sheepdog, Australian Shepherd, or even a Greyhound if they have grey fur.

39). Sid: originally a nickname for the name Sidney, this name is English and means “Saint-Denis,” “wide island, “south of the water.” This could be a cute name for any dog that enjoys the water!

40). Lloyd: this is another English name that means “with gray hair.”

41). Bernard: is another English name that means “strong, brave bear.” We think this would be the cutest name for a St. Bernard!

42). Arland: this is a Gaelic name, which means “pledge or oath.”

43). Amaud: this is a French name, which means “eagle ruler.”

44). Benedid: this name comes from the Latin language and means “blessed.”

45). Edward: is a name that comes from the English and the Welsh, and it means “persistent protector.” This is the perfect name for a dog who is very protective. You could even shorten the name to “Eddie.”

46). Harold: this is an English name that means “army ruler.”

47). Gerard: this is a Germanic name that means “spear strength” or “strong with the spear.”

48). Leeland: comes from the Old English and means “one who lives by unseeded land.” If you live in a forest or in the mountains, this could be a pretty name for your canine companion.

49). Brad: this name comes from the English and means “the broad meadow.” And if you’re a fan of the famous actor, Brad Pitt, this would be a great name for your dog!

50). Jarrod: this is a Hebrew name that means “rose.”

That’s it! We hope you found the perfect name for your dog in our list!

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Kyoko

Kyoko is from a family of 3 and moved to New York with her parents and siblings when she was 13. Kyoko is fond of spending a great amount of time with pets, specifically her beagle Luna and cat Missy. Her boyfriend often complains that she spends too much time giving attention to their animals. Kyoko has written dozens of articles concerning pets and is aiming at owning a pet shop one day!

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