50 Dog Names Ending in F

By Tom •  Updated: 11/30/20 •  7 min read
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It’s wonderful to adopt a dog or puppy! You have just saved a life and they, in turn, enrich your life in boundless ways!

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So, when you adopt a dog or puppy, you want to choose a name for them that is special, unique and meaningful. You may want to choose a name based on your dog’s characteristics. This could be based on their coloring, their dog breed, or even their personality.

To help you choose a great name for your dog, we’ve put together a list of 50 names for dogs that end with F! Let’s get started!

Male Dog Names That End with F

1). Duff: this is an Irish name that means “dark.” Does your canine companion have dark fur? Does he have dark spots? Then this could be a great name for him!

2). Wolf: is a German name that means “traveling wolf.” Does your canine companion enjoy traveling? Then this would be a meaningful name for him!

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3). Fluff: this is an English name that means “furball.” What better name could you choose? You could even use another version of this name “Fluffy.”

4). Olaf: is a Norse name that means “ancestor’s descendant.”

5). Naif: is an Arabic name that means “excess, surplus.” Does your fur baby love to nick those special treats off your plate? Then this could be a great name for him!

6). Elof: is a Scandinavian name that means “only descendent; sole heir.”

7). Gustaf: is an Old Swedish name that means “staff of the Geats or Goths or gods.”

8). Bardolf: this is an Anglo-Saxon name that means “axe-wolf.” If you have English heritage, then this could make a great name for your dog!

9). Cliff: is an English name that means “settlement by the cliff.”

10). Ralf: this is an Old Norse, Germanic name that means “counsel and wolf.” Does your dog resemble a wolf? Then this could be a really cute name for him.

11). Arif: is an Arabic name, which means “good, kind, smart, knowledge and wise.” We think this could be a great name for almost any boy dog!

12). Ingolf: is a name that comes from German mythology and is means “wolf.” This is another great name for a dog that resembles a wolf, such as a German Shepherd.

13). Rudolf: this is a very old Germanic name which means “fame.”

14). Alf: this name comes from the Old Norse and means “elf.” It’s also the name of the space alien on the TV series of the same name! Alf was short, had red hair and was a very lively character!

15). Josef: this is a Hebrew name that means “he (God) will add” or “God increases.” What a pretty name for a boy dog!

16). Charif: is an Arabic name that means “the honorable one.” Does your dog have a noble bearing? Then this could be a great name for him.

17). Leif: this is a Scandinavian name that means “heir or descendant.” This could be a great name for a boy dog who is a “junior,” and is very similar to his father.

18). Kristof: this is a Hungarian name that means “Christ bearer.”

19). Yosef: is a Hebrew name that means “God will increase.”

20). Woodruff: this is an English name, which was used to refer to someone who lived on a patch of land, where woodruff grew.

21). Jeff: this is an English name that means “God peace.” Does your fur baby bring peace and love to your life? Then this would be the perfect name for him!

22). Raef: is an Arabic name that means “kind or compassionate.” If your dog has a kind, loving spirit, this could be a very pretty name for him.

23). Shariff: is an Arabic name that means “noble, highborn.”

24). Latif: this is another Arabic name that means “kind.”

25). Brandoff: this is an Irish name that means “raven,” which could be a great name for a black dog. You could even shorten the name to “Bran!” How cute is that?

Female Dog Names That End with F

26). Ruff: this is an English name that means “one dwelling on or by a patch of rough uncultivated land.” Does your fur baby have a rough coat? Then this could be a cute name for her!

27). Stef: is a Greek name that means “garland or crown.”

28). Miff: this is an English word that means “annoy.” While that isn’t so great, you could use this as a cute name for your dog if she has a mischievous personality!

29). Charaf: this is an Arabic name that means “honor.”

30). Elif: this is an Arabic or Hebrew name that means “slender and thin.” Is your canine companion on the thin side? Then this would make a pretty name for her!

31). Afaf: is an Arabic name that means “chastity.” We think this could make a pretty, unique name for almost any girl dog.

32). Itaf: is an Arabic name that means “clock.” Does your dog seem to know when it’s time to eat? Can she always tell what time you’ll be home each day? Then this would be a pretty name for her.

33). Argraff: is a Welsh name that means “impression.” Did your girl dog give you a wonderful first impression? No wonder you adopted her! Then why not choose this name for her?

34). Ziff: this is a Biblical name that means “brightness.” Does your dog have a bright spirit, bright eyes and fur? Then this would make a very pretty name for her.

35). Sif: this is the Old Norse name that means “Bride or wife.” And in Norse mythology, Sif was the wife of Thor and a goddess in her own right.

36). Garthf: is an Old Norse name that means “protection.” If your fur baby is very protective, then this would be a very unusual, pretty name for her.

37). Gunnef: is a Swedish name that means “battle maid.” This would be another good name for a lady dog who is protective.

38). Hlif: is an Old Norse name that means “cover, shelter, protection or shield.” What a beautiful name for a lady dog who is protective and loving!

39). Insaf: is an Arabic name that means “justice, impartiality.”

40). Madelief: this is a Dutch name that means “daisy.” This might be a great name for a girl dog who has a bright spirit, is easy going and very loving.

41). Maruff: this is an Arabic name that means “good, acceptable, customary.”

42). Niyaf: is another Arabic name that means “tall and pretty.” This would be a pretty name for a Great Dane, a Standard Poodle, or any dog that is tall!

44). Nouf: is an Arabic name that means “highest point on a mountain.” Do you and your lady dog love to climb hills and hike in the mountains? Then this would be a unique, beautiful name for her.

45). Ordalf: this is a German name that means “elfin spear.” If you’re a huge fan of Lord of the Rings, then this would be a great name for your lady dog!

46). Rafif: is an Arabic name that means “to gleam or shimmer.” Does your dog have very shiny fur that seems to glimmer? Then this would be a beautiful name for her.

47). Roshanaf: this is a Persian name that means “bright light.”

48). Sadaf: is an Arabic name that means “seashell.” If your and your fur baby love to visit the ocean, then this would be a very name for your dog!

49). Sarif: is an Arabic name that means “noble, honorable, or highborn.”

50). Ellif: this is a Norse name that means “peaceful.” If your fur baby has a peaceful, calm manner, then this would be the best name for her!

There you go! 50 names, one of which could be a meaningful, beautiful name for your canine companion!

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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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