50 Dog Names Ending in I

By Kim •  Updated: 12/14/20 •  6 min read
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If you’ve recently adopted a dog or puppy, then congratulations! We’re very happy and excited for you both! Now, you probably need a name for your fur baby! We’re here to help you out!

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Before we get to our list of dog names, let’s consider how to choose the best name for your dog.

OK, now that you’re inspired, let’s get started on our dog names that end with I!

Boy Dog Names That End in I

1). Giovanni: is an Italian name, which means “God is gracious.”

2). Mekhi: is a Hebrew name that means “he is like God.”

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3). Malaki: is a Hebrew name, which means “Angel, Messenger of God.”

4). Nikolai: is a Slavic name that means “victorious.”

5). Jabari: is an African name that means “valiant.”

6). Isai: is an English name, which means “God is my savior.”

7). Dimitri: this is a French name that means “son of the goddess of harvest.”

8). Rishi: is a Sanskrit name that means “sage (the herb).”

9). Xavi: this is a French name that means “savior, bright.”

10). Kenji: is a Japanese name, which means “intelligent, second son, strong.”

11). Tzvi: is a Hebrew name that means “deer.”

12). Andrei: is a Slavic name that means “man, warrior, brave.”

13). Hadi: is an Arabic name, which means “rightly guide.”

14). Esai: is a Spanish name that means “God is salvation.”

15). Antoni: is a Catalan (Spanish) name, which means “flower, gift.”

16). Naftali: is a Hebrew name that means “son of Jacob.”

17). Ravi: is a Hindustani name that means “sun, pleasant.”

18). Zaki: is an Arabic name, which means “God remembers.”

19). Kofi: this is an African name that means “born on Friday.”

20). Benji: is an English name that means “son of the south.”

21). Fredi: is a German name that means “peaceful, powerful ruler.”

22). Wali: is an Arabic name that means “lord, guardian, protector, saint, friend.”

23). Bodi: is a Dutch name that means “protection, messenger.”

24). Hari: this is a Hindustani name that means “lion or monkey.”

25). Itai: is a Hebrew name that means “God is with us.”

Girl Dog Names Ending with I

Here are some pretty names for girl dogs ending with I!

26). Naomi: this is a Hebrew name that means “pleasantness.”

27). Leilani: is a Hawaiian name that means “heavenly flower.”

28). Lexi: is an English name that means “protector of the people.”

29). Lorelei: is a German name, which means “pretty.”

30). Heidi: is a German name that means “noble, kind.”

31). Nayeli: is an Arabic name that means “class, style.”

32). Sarai: is a Hebrew name that means “Princess.”

33). Anahi: is a Latin name for girls that means “pure, clean.”

34). Mari: is a Finnish name that means “star of the sea, beauty.”

35). Alani: is a Hawaiian name, which means “precious, awakening.”

36). Demi: is a French name that means “earth goddess.”

37). Rubi: is an English name that means “ruby.”

38) Aubri: is a German name that means “might, elf.”

39). Karli: is a Turkish name that means “strong, brave, free.”

40). Kailani: is a Hawaiian name, which means “sea and sky.”

41). Milani: is a Greek name that means “favorite.”

42). Laci: is a Greek name that means “from Lassy (France).”

43). Suri: is a Persian name that means “red rose.”

44). Nalani: this is a Hawaiian name, which means “victorious.”

45). Aditi: is a Hindustani name that means “freedom, free.”

46). Brandi: is an English name, which means “brandy, proud.”

47). Eleni: this is a Greek name, which means “light, torch, sunny.”

48). Capri: is an Italian name that means “playful, unpredictable.”

49). Melani: this is a Greek name that means “black, dark-skinned.”

50). Lori: this is an English name that means “sweet bay leaves.”

There you have it! 50 dog names that end with I! We hope you’ve enjoyed this list and that you’ve found the perfect name for your dog!

Choosing the Best Name for Your Dog

Choosing a name isn’t easy and it may take a while before you settle on the best name for your canine companion. However, there are a few things to consider when finding the best name for your dog:

Additional Dog Naming Tips

When it comes to choosing the best name for your dog, don’t forget to let inspiration be your guide! For instance, consider your dog’s personality and characteristics when trying to find a name. You could choose a name such as “Kong” for a Chihuahua, or a name like “Tiny” for a Great Dane!

You can also consider where your dog comes from. For example, what state did your fur baby come from? Where did you find him (was he a stray, in a shelter or rescue)? If your dog was found in a shelter, consider using the shelter’s name or a variation of the name for your canine companion.

Do you have some favorite person/place in history, movies, books, or music? See if there’s a name in the movies and books, etc. that you enjoy!

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Kim

Kim is a talented author, who loves animals especially dogs. She engaged in writing books and articles relating to animals a decade ago. Kim resides in Chicago with her husband and son. The family is the proud owner of a dog and a parrot (Jack and Lily). Kim wanted more than these two pets, but her husband put his foot down... She often visits elementary schools to talk to the kids about what she learned about pets and how they could learn from them.

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