Are you looking for a name for your newly adopted dog or puppy? Of course, you’ll want a name that’s special and fits your new fur baby. But it can be challenging to choose a name—there are so many in the world!
To help you find just the right name for your dog, we’ve put together a list of dog names that end with E. These names are unique—and you probably won’t hear them anywhere too often, including at the dog park!
Let’s get started!
Boy Dog Names Ending in E
1). Jesse: this name comes from the Hebrew language and means “king,” “God exists,” or “God’s gift.” This is also the name of the King David’s father, in the Bible.
2). Zebedee: this is another name from the Bible, which in Hebrew means “gift of God.” You could also shorten this name to “Zeb.” How cute is that?
3). Jamie: is short for James and comes from the Hebrew name Jacob which means “heel” or “supplanter.” If you’re a fan of the hit serious “Outlander,” then you might choose this name, which is the name of the lead male character in the show!
4). Wylee: is an English name that means “calm and strong.” This could be a great name for a dog who is both calm and strong, such as a St. Bernard.
5). Luke: is an English version of the Latin name “Lucas.” This name means “the bright one, or the one born at dawn.”
6). Bryce: is a Celtic name that means “swift.” Is your dog a fast runner? Then this would be the perfect name for him!
7). Blake: is an Old English name that means “black.” Does your fur baby have black fur? Then why not choose this name for him!
8). Jake: is the medieval form of the name Jack, which means “God is gracious.”
9). Gage: this is an English name that means “measurer.”
10). Jude: this is a Greek name that means “praised.”
11). Jorge: comes from the Spanish and means “farmer, or earth-worker.” If your dog loves to dig in the yard, then this would a fitting name for him!
12). George: is an English name that means “farmer, or earth-worker.”
13). Drake: this is an English name that means “dragon or snake.”
14). Shane: this is an English name, that originally comes from the Irish name “Sean.” It means “beautiful.”
15). Dante: this is a Latin name that means “everlasting.” It’s also the name of the famous Italian poet, Dante Alighieri.
16). Andre: is a French name that means “brave or manly.”
17). Lane: this is an English name that means “long meadow, path, roadway.” Does your canine companion enjoy hiking out in nature? Then this would be a great name for him!
18). Lance: is an English name that means “servant” or “God-like.”
19). Chase: this name comes from the Old French and means “to catch/seize.” Do you hunt with your fur baby? Does he enjoy catching anything you throw or retrieve prey? Then this would be a great name for him!
20). Jace: this is a Hebrew name that means “the Lord is salvation.” If you’ve rescued your canine companion from a shelter, then this would be a most fitting name for him.
21). Cole: this is an English name that means “swarthy, coal-black, charcoal.” This would be a really cute name for a dog that has dark or black fur.
22). Kyle: is a Scottish Gaelic name that means “narrow or strait.”
23). Wade: this is an Anglo-Saxon name that means “to go.” Does your dog love to go in the car with you? Does he like to walk and run? Then this would be the perfect name for him!
24). Royce: is an English name that means “son of the king.”
25). Bruce: is a Scottish name that means “the willowlands.”
Names for Girl Dogs That End with E
Now here are some names for lady dogs that end with the letter E!
28). Natalie: this is an English/French name that means “the birthday of the Lord.” If your lady dog has a Christmas birthday, this would be a pretty name for her!
29). Zoe: this is a Greek name that means “life.” Does your fur baby bring more meaning to your life? Is she a lively bundle of puppy love? Then this would be a really cute name for her!
30). Sophie: this is a Greek name that means “wisdom,” which would make a great name for a dog who is especially wise and intelligent.
31). Aubree: this is a French name that means “elf ruler.” Is your fur baby a small dog, such as a miniature Poodle, Chihuahua, or a Miniature Schnauzer? Then this could be a pretty name for her!
32). Elsie: this is a Scottish/English name that is short for “Elspeth,” which means “God is my oath.”
33). Mackenzie: this is a Scottish name that literally means “son/daughter of Coinneach,” or “son/daughter of the handsome.”
34). Melanie: comes from the Greek language and means “blackness, or dark.” This would be a most unusual name for your lady dog, especially if she has dark or black fur.
35). Jasmine: is a Persian name that refers to the flower of this name.
36). Paige: is a Latin name that means “assistant or helper.” Is your canine companion a service dog? Then this would be a great name for her!
37). Elise: is a French name that means “God is my oath.”
38). Valerie: this is another Latin name which means “strong, brave, valiant or fierce.”
39). Reese: this name comes from English and is the anglicized form of the Welsh name Rhys. This name means “ardent or fiery.” This would be a really pretty name for a girl dog who has a very lively spirit!
40). Phoebe: is a Greek name that means “bright.” In Greek mythology, Phoebe was a Titan who was associated with the moon.
41). Macie: this is a Hebrew name that means “gift of Yahweh.”
42). Lucie: is a French name that means “light.” This could be a pretty name for a dog that has brought much light to your life!
43). Baylee: this is an English name that means “courtyard within the castle walls.” We just think this is a cute name for any girl dog!
44). Halle: this is a Scandinavian name that means “heroine.”
45). Maddie: is an English name that means “daughter of Maud.” This can also be the shortened form of the name Madison, which means “strength in battle.”
46). Josephine: is an English name, with French roots, which means “Yahweh shall grow.” You could even shorten this name to “Joe” or “Jo.”
47). Hope: this is an English name that means “desire of fulfillment.” Has your fur baby brought hope to your life? Then why not choose this name for her?
48). Evangeline: is a Latin name that means “Good news.”
49). Chloe: this is a Greek name that means “blooming.”
50). Camille: this is a French name that means “honorable” or “from a good family.”
That’s the end of our list of names ending in E for dogs! We hope you’ve had reading through this list, and even more, we hope you’ve found a pretty and fitting name for your dog!
TomTom 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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