50 Dog Names Ending In V

By Kyoko •  Updated: 01/30/21 •  5 min read
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Choosing a dog name can be fun, or it can be challenging, especially if you’re running low on inspiration. But a dog’s name is one of the most important gifts you’ll give them. This is the identifier you’ll use to call them, when showing love, giving cues, and more.

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If you’ve just brought a new puppy or dog home and are having a hard time choosing just the right name for them, don’t worry! We’re here to help.

We’ve done some research to find some very uncommon dog names. In fact, these are names you won’t here just everywhere! Let’s get started!

Male Dog Names Ending with V

Here are some very unique names for dogs, which end in the letter V. We’re sure you’ll find these very uncommon!

1). Aarav: is an Indian name that means “peaceful, calm.”

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2). Arnav: is a Sanskrit name that means “peaceful, calm.” This would be a great name for a boy dog who is both peaceful and calm—maybe a large dog.

3). Pranav: is an Indian name that means “Om,” which is a sacred sound and symbol.

4). Dhruv: is a Hindustani name that means “polar, star.” This might be the perfect name for a Husky.

5). Yaakov: is a Hebrew name that means “conqueror, occupier.”

6). Zev: is a Hebrew name, which means “groom, wolf.” Does your fur baby resemble a wolf?

7). Dev: is a Hindustani name that means “divine.”

8). Abhinav: is an Indian name that means “new, special.”

9). Dov: is a Hebrew name that means “bear.” If your canine companion resembles a bear, this would be a great name for him!

10). Ladislav: is a Czech name, which means “glorious ruler.” You could even shorten this name to “Lad” or “Ladi.”

11). Atharv: is a Sanskrit name that means “knowledge.”

12). Arav: is a Hindustani name, which means “peaceful.”

13). Raghav: is an Indian name that means “Lord Rama.”

14). Keshav: is a Hindustani name, which means “Krishna’s name.”

15). Neev: is an Indian name that means “strong foundation.” This would make a great name for a large dog such as a Great Dane or a St. Bernard.

16). Gustav: is a Scandinavian name, which means “helper of the gods.” What a great name for a service or helper dog!

17). Manav: is a Sanskrit name that means “human being.” Does your dog have some human-like ways of being and doing?

18). Vladislav: this is a Czech name that means “possessor of the glory, fame.” This name can also be shortened to “Vlad.”

19). Nadav: is a Hebrew name, which means “generous.” Does your canine companion like to share things with you?

20). Bohuslav: is a Czech name, which means “God’s glory.”

21). Boleslav: is a Czech name, which means “great glory.”

22). Miroslav: is a Czech name, which means “peace and glory.” In Czech, the diminutive of this name is “Mirek,” which would also be a cute name for your dog!

23). Dobroslav: is a Czech name that means “good, goodness and glory.” You can also shorten this name to “Dobro.”

24). Drahoslav: is a Czech name, which means “dear and glory.”

25). Jaroslav: is a Czech name that means “glory of the sun.”

Female Dog Names Ending with V

Now, here are some girl dog names that end with the letter V!

26). Abinav: is a Sanskrit name, which means “new.” Is your canine companion new? Then why not choose this name for her?

27). Alev: is a Turkish name, which means “borough.” If you live in a borough or suburb, this could make a pretty unique name for your dog.

28). Arev: is an Armenian name that means “like the sun.” This would be a great name for a dog that has yellow fur.

29). Benav: is a Hebrew name that means “gift of God.” Surely your dog is a gift from above!

30). Hetav: is an Indian name, which means “who give you love.” Who will give you more love than your dog?

31). Lubov: is a Slavic name that means “love.” Here’s another pretty, uncommon name that would be good for a girl dog.

32). Girav: is a Kurdish name, which means “island.” Do you live on an island?

33). Meirav: is a Hebrew name that means “to increase.” This is a pretty name that would be fitting, since you’re increasing your family by adopting this girl dog.

34). Nev: is an Old French name, which means “new village, holy, servant of the saint’s disciple.”

35). Janav: is an Indian name, which means “protecting mankind.” Does your fur baby tend to be protective? Then this might be the best name for her!

36). Shalev: is a Hebrew name, which means “calm, tranquil.”

37). Stav: is a Hebrew name that means “the Autumn season.” This would be a great name for a girl dog born in the fall!

38). Tatev: is an Armenian name that means “give wings.” This would be the perfect name for a dog who loves to run.

39). Viv: this is a Latin name that means “alive.” Does your dog have a lively spirit? Is she full of energy?

40). Ziv: is a Hebrew name, which means “brilliance, brightness.”

41). Sulev: is a Nordic name, which means “charm, grace.”

42). Rahav: is a Hebrew name that means “blusterer.”

43). Siv: is a Scandinavian name, which means “wife of Thor.”

44). Aryav: is a Hindu name, which means “noble.”

45). Nursuluv: is an Indian name, which means “white lotus.”

46). Gulav: is a Kurdish name, which means “rose-water.”

47). Yoav: is a Hebrew name that means “praise the Lord.”

48). Zaliv: is a Russian name, which means “berry.”

49). Lyubov: is a Czech name, which means “love.”

50). Miv: is the diminutive of the Welsh name “Myfanwy,” which means “my lovely little one.”

There you go! We hope you’ve enjoyed this article, but we hope even more than you were able to find the perfect name for your dog!

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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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