50 Dog Names Ending in AC

By Julie •  Updated: 02/02/21 •  7 min read
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Are you looking for an unusual name for a newly adopted dog or puppy? Have you run of out ideas? Then we’re glad you came by!

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We’ve put together a list of dog names that end in the letters “AC.” These are names that are entirely unique—you won’t hear these every time you and your fur baby take a walk!

Male Dog Names Ending with AC

Here are some boy dog names that end with the letters “AC.”

1). Isaac: is the anglicized Hebrew name, which means “he laughs/will laugh.” Does your look as if he’s always got a smile and/or is laughing? This might be a great name for him!

2). Alaric: is a German name that means “everyone’s ruler.” This might be a great name for a dog who is the ruler of your heart!

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3). Mac: this is a Scottish name that means “son of.” You might choose this name if you have both the father dog and his son.

4). Balzac: this is a French surname and is the last name of Honore de Balzac who was a French literary artist who was famous for the sheer number of his novels and short stories.

5). Briac: is a Celtic name that means “force, strength, valor.” This might be a unique name for a St. Bernard, a German Shepherd, or another strong dog.

6). Anzac: is an abbreviation of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, which was formed on April 25th, 1915. These soldiers were part of the allied force that went to Gallipoli.

7). Cyriac: is a name that carries some interesting origins. It’s thought this name is from the Greek “Kyros,” which may have come from “kyrios,” meaning “lord.” Another idea is that this name was originally “Kyros” which was derived from the Hebrew name “Koreish,” which was in turn derived from the Persian “Kureish.” This name came from an even more ancient name “Kuru,” which is thought to have come from the Persian “Khur,” which was a name for the sun. Phew! We hope you followed that OK!

8). Ermac: this is the name of a fictional character from the game Mortal Kombat. In the game, Ermac is a ninja.

9). Jac: is a variation of the name “Jack,” which is a medieval form of the name “John.” This name means “God is merciful.”

10). Ignac: is a variation of the name “Ignatius,” which is Latin and means “fiery one.” This might be a great name for a dog with red hair, such as an Irish Setter.

11). Kerouac: is a Breton name that means “village, area, wet soil hamlet.” This might be the perfect name for a dog who loves digging in the dirt or mud.

12). Lac: this is a French name, which means “lake.” If you love to go fishing and/or your dog loves to come along and swim, then this might be the best name for him.

13). Itzhac: is a Hebrew name that means “he will laugh.” This is the perfect name for a dog who is always happy and loves to get into mischief!

14). Mirac: is a Turkish name, which means “place of ascent.”

15). Padriac: is an Irish name that means “noble.” Does your dog have a noble or regal bearing?

16). Parc: is a French name, which means “park.” Does your canine companion love to visit the dog park with you? If so, this might be a great name for him.

17). Yizahc: is a form of the Hebrew name “Isaac,” which means “he will laugh.”

18). Yssac: this is another form of the Hebrew name “Isaac,” which means “he will laugh.”

19). Zacc: is a form of the name “Zachariah,” which means “the Lord has remembered.”

20). Tupac: is an Incan name that means “shining serpent.”

21). Barac: this is a form of the Arabic name “Barak,” which means “blessed.”

22). Blac: this is a form of the word “black,” and is also the first name of the famous rap singer Blac Chyna.

23). Gac: is a type of melon that’s grown in Vietnam.

24). Chac: is a Mayan name and was the name of their god of rain and thunder.

25). Corbmac: is an Irish name for “charioteer.”

Female Dog Names Ending with AC

Here are some girl dog names that end with the letters “AC.”

26). Lilac: this is the name of a beautiful spring flower that has a purple/blue color. These flowers are extremely fragrant and grow on shrubs.

27). Siamac: is an Armenian name, which means “dark, black.” If your fur baby has dark or black fur, this would make a very pretty, unusual name for her.

28). Bac: this is a Slavic name, which means “tenant, mountaineer, chieftain.”

29). Breac: is a Scottish name, which means “speckled.” This would be a great name for a girl dog who has speckles, or freckles all over her.

30). Butack: is a Llocano name, which means “identifying mark.” This would be the perfect name for a girl dog who has an a-typical mark that makes her special!

31). Cormac: is a Celtic/Gaelic name that means “charioteer.” Does your dog pull a sled or a small cart? Then this might be a cute name for her.

32). Harac: is an English name that means “from the ancient oak.”

33). Karac: is an Indian name, which means “honesty, truth.”

34). Lagac: is a Cebuano name that means “deposit.”

35). Saelac: is a German name, which means blessed.

36). Hudac: this is another Slavic name, and it means “poor man.”

37). Falac: is an Arabic name, which means “resembling a star, orbit.”

38). Lelac: is a Hebrew name, which means “you are mine.”

39). Kanac: is a name that means “the golden one.” What a great name for a Golden Lab, or another dog that has gold fur!

40). Ogac: this is part of the Latin name (Gadus ogac) of the Greenland cod. This fish may be related to the Pacific cod and is a fish that mostly lives on the bottom of the ocean. It lives in the Arctic Ocean and in the northwestern parts of the Atlantic Ocean.

41). Bonac: this is a Native American name, which means “root place.” This may have been the term used for a place where wild potatoes grew.

42). Isiac: this is a name that comes from the Hebrew name “Isaac,” which means “he will laugh.”

43). Kojac: this is a Slavic name, which means “suitcase.” If your dog loves to travel, then this might be the perfect name for her.

44). Serac: this is the term for a pinnacle, sharp ridge, or block of ice in the crevasses of a glacier.

45). Niac: is a name which means “to be persistent.” Does your dog go after things and never give up until she succeeds?

46). Meshac: is a biblican name that means “draws with force.” What a great name for a sled dog! This might be a Husky or other type of dog used for pulling sleds.

47). Sawnac: is a word that means “child sage.” You might choose this name if your dog is very young and extremely intelligent.

48). Razac: is a word that means “someone is devoted.” What could be a better name for a dog who is devoted to you forever?

49). Pesac: is a Hebrew name that means “to pass over.” This is also the name of the Hebrew festival that is celebrated in remembrance of Moses and his trials to free his people from the pharaoh of Egypt.

50). Tilac: is a word that means “great leader.”

We hope you’ve had fun reading through this list of names. Even more, we hope you’ve been able to find a very unusual, meaningful name for your dog!

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Julie

Julie is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, where she studied Animal science. Though contrary to the opinion of her parents she was meant to study pharmacy, but she was in love with animals especially cats. Julie currently works in an animal research institute (NGO) in California and loves spending quality time with her little cat. She has the passion for making research about animals, how they survive, their way of life among others and publishes it. Julie is also happily married with two kids.

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