Have you just adopted a puppy or a dog? Are you getting ready to bring them home? Nothing is better than bringing home your new fur baby! How exciting and how much fun is that!
You, your family and your canine companion are all meeting one another for the first time. Every moment is fun, happy and exciting. Then all of a sudden, your dog begins running zoomies around the house. That’s OK. They’re probably overly excited, anxious and nervous. After all, they don’t know you and your family yet. They also aren’t acquainted with their new home. It all takes time.
After things calm down, it begins to sink in that it’s now time to find the perfect name for your fur baby. Choosing a name is sometimes easy, but other times it can be tough. It may be especially difficult if you’re looking for a unique name that’s not popular with everyone in the neighborhood.
We understand how challenging it can be to find just the right name for your dog. So, we’ve done the research and have created a list of fifty dog names that end in the letter X. As you can imagine, most of these names are highly unique. These are not names you’ll hear at the dog park or other areas.
Many of these names come from other languages and cultures. This makes them not only unique, but you can actually choose your dog’s name based on the meaning of the name. We’ve done the research to find the meanings of these uncommon dog names, too.
OK—let’s get started!
Boy Dog Names that End with X
1). Ajax: is a Greek name, which means “strong warrior.” This might be a great name for a strong dog such as a St. Bernard or a Mastiff.
2). Alex: is a Greek name, which means “protector of mankind.” This would be a fitting name for a dog who loves to protect his home and family.
3). Amoux: is a French name, which means “eagle wolf.” Does your dog soar when he runs? Does he resemble a wolf? Then what better name could you choose for him?
4). Antrix: is an Indian name that means “space, sky.” If you love outer space, then this is the perfect name for your dog!
5). Bax: is an English name, which means “baker.”
6). Brix: is a Celtic name that means “colorful, speckled.” Does your canine friend have specks or freckles?
7). Calbex: is an English name, which means “shepherd.” If your fur baby loves to herd animals, then this is a great name for him.
8). Calix: is a Greek name that means “very handsome.”
9). Ceyx: is a Greek name, which is the name of the husband of Alcyone.
10). Dax: is a French name, which is the name of a town in France that was in existence before the Roman occupation.
11). Dix: is an English name, which is a variation on the name “Dick.” This name means “strong ruler.”
12). Dux: is a Latin name that means “leader among men.”
13). Felix: is a Latin name that means “happy and prosperous.”
14). Gurbax: is an Indian name, which means “gift of guru.”
15). Halifax: is an English name that means “hold field.”
16). Jahanbax: is a Parsi name, which means “bestower of the world.”
17). Jax: is an English name, which means “God has been gracious.”
18). Kayarax: is a Parsi name that means “ancestor of King Kay-Khosraw.”
19). Knox: is an English name that means “hill.”
20). Lex: is a Greek name, which means “a word.”
21). Mannix: is a Celtic name that means “monk.”
22). Marx: is a German name, which means “of Mars.”
23). Max: is a Latin name that means “greatest.”
24). Obelix: is a Greek name, which means “pillar of strength.”
25). Pax: is a Roman name, which means “peace.”
Girl Dog Names Ending with X
Here are some uncommon, amazing names for girl dogs that end in X!
26). Alix: is a French name that means “defender of mankind.” This would be the perfect name for a girl dog who loves to protect her home and family.
27). Arax: is an Armenian name that means “daughter of a king.”
28). Beatrix: is an English name that means “bringer of joy.” What better name could you choose for your fur baby?
29). Blix: is a Swedish name, which means “joy, cheer.” If your canine companion brings you joy, then this could be a great name for her.
30). Cantrix: is a Latin name that means “singer.” Does your dog like to sing/howl?
31). Dex: is a Latin name, which means “flexible, able-bodied.”
32). Fomax: is a Latin name, which means “goddess of bread.” Does your dog love to snack on bread?
33). Inyx: is a Latin name that means “spell.”
34). Leatrix: is an American name, which means “weary bringer of joy.”
35). Lux: is a Latin name that means “light.”
36). Maddox: is a Welsh name that means “child of the benefactor.”
37). Margaux: is a French name, which means “pearl.”
38). Nox: is a Latin name that means “night.”
39). Nyx: is a German name, which means “sprite.”
40). Obax: is a Somali name that means “flower.”
41). Roux: is a French name that means “red.” This would be the perfect name for a girl dog who has red hair.
42). Rux: is a Parsi name that means “day.”
43). Trix: is a Latin name, which means “she who blesses.”
44). Tex: is an American name that means “from Texas.” What a cute name this would be for your dog if you live in or are originally from Texas!
45). Syrinx: is a Greek name that means “water reed.” Does your dog love water and love to swim?
46). Phoenix: is a Greek name that means “bright or red” and often refers to the legendary firebird who comes back to life after dying in a fire.
47). Harbax; is an Indian name, which means “God given.”
48). LaRoux: is a French name, which means “red-haired.”
49). Fairfax: is an English name that means “fair haired.”
50). Beaux: is a Greek name that means “beautiful.”
We hope you enjoyed this article, and that you’ve found just the right name for your dog!
JulieJulie 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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