50 Dog Names Meaning Brave

By Kyoko •  Updated: 02/04/21 •  6 min read
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Are you looking for an unusual, meaningful name for your dog? If so, then you’ve come to the right place!

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It’s not always an easy job to find just the right name for your canine companion. So, to help you out, we’ve put together a list of names for dogs that mean brave. In our list, you’ll find names for both girl and boy dogs.

Male Dog Names that Mean Brave

Here are some boy dog names that mean brave.

1). Aberlardo: is a Spanish name, which means “strong, noble.” This would be the perfect name for a large dog such as a St. Bernard.

2). Abir: is a Hebrew name, which means “strong, mighty, courageous.”

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3). Amaury: is a German/French name that means “work power.” This might be the perfect name for a working dog who is very strong.

4). Anders: is a Scandinavian name, which means “strong, manly.” You might choose this name if your dog is friendly, yet strong and gentle.

5). Amzi: is a Hebrew name that means “strong.”

6). Angus: is a Scottish name, which means “one strength.”

7). Andre: is a French name that means “strong.” This is a name that will work for a boy or a girl dog.

8). Alaric: is a German name, which means “all-powerful ruler.” What a great name for a very brave boy dog!

9). Andreas: is a Greek name that means “strong, manly.” What a pretty name for a dog who is classy and has a bubbling personality!

10). Alfred: is an English name, which means “wise counselor.”

11). Arsenio: is a Spanish name that means “virile, strong.” You might choose this name for a large dog who has a lot of personality.

12). Barrett: is a German name that means “bear strength.” If your dog is a strong as a bear, then this would be the best name for him!

13). Decebal: is a Dacian name that means “powerful, brave.” This was the name of the first king of Dacia. Dacia, in ancient times, was located in the current country of Romania.

14). Egon: is a German name that means “strong with a sword.” We hope your dog doesn’t have a sword! Even so, this would make a very unusual name for a big, brave dog.

15). Conal: is an Irish name, which means “strong as a wolf.” Does your canine companion look or act like a wolf?

16). Chasin: is a Hebrew name that means “strong, mighty.”

17). Emeric: is a French name that means “power.”

18). Enzi: is a Swahili name, which means “powerful.”

19). Gabi: is an English name that means “God is my strength.”

20). Ethan: is a Hebrew name, which means “strong, firm.” You might choose this name if your dog is both strong and knows how to stand firm when he wants something.

21). Evardo: is a Spanish name that means “hardy and brave.”

22). Gavriel: is a Hebrew name, which means “God is my strength.” You may be more familiar with the English form of this name which is “Gabriel.” Gabriel is an archangel of God who appears at different points in the Bible to bring messages to Daniel in the Old Testament, and Mary, the mother of Jesus.

23). Fergus: is a Scottish name, which means “man of force.” If your dog doesn’t realize his own strength, then this might be a great name for him.

24). Godric: is an Old English name that means “power of God.”

25). Kwan: is a Korean name, which means “strong.”

Female Dog Names That Mean Brave

Here are some girl dog names that mean brave.

26). Adira: is a Hebrew name that means “strong.” This name is pretty and has a very exotic sound to it. This is a name you won’t hear called everywhere when you’re out and about with your dog.

27). Alcie: is a Greekname, that means “strong-willed.” Does your fur baby have a mind of her own? Then why not choose this name for her?

28). Alfreda: is an English name that means “elf power.” You might choose this name for a dog who is very small and has a mischievous personality.

29). Aziza: is an Arabic/Hebrew/Swahili name that means “powerful and beloved.”

30). Bali: is a Sanskrit name that mean “strength.”

31). Audrey: is an English name, which means “noble strength.” If your fur baby is a purebred, then maybe this would be the right name for her.

32). Bedelia: is an Irish name, which means “strength or exalted one.”

33). Cyrene: is a Greek name that means “supreme power.”

34). Bree: is an Irish name, which means “strength or exalted one.” This would be the perfect name for a dog who is very easy-going, yet strong.

35). Briana: is an Irish name that means “strong, virtuous, honorable.”

36). Dree: is a Greek name that means “strong, manly.” Well, this may have a male connotation, but it would be an awfully cute name for a girl dog!

37). Bridget: is an Irish name, which means “strength or exalted one.”

38). Britta: is a Scandinavian name, which means “strength or exalted one.”

39). Ebba: is a German name that means “fortress or riches, strength of a boar.” This might be a really cute name for a French Bulldog.

40). Etana: is Hebrew name, which means “strength of purpose.”

41). Gabriella: is a Spanish/Italian name that means “God is my strength.”

42). Gerda: is a Scandinavian name, which means “enclosure, stronghold.” This might be a fitting name for a dog who is protective.

43). Imala: is a Native American name, which means “strong-minded.”

44). Imara: is a Kiswahili name that means “firm.” What better name could you choose for a dog who knows her own mind?

45). Keren: this is a Hebrew name, which means “strength, power, ram’s horn.”

46). Kiah: is a Hebrew name that means “God gives strength.”

47). Matilda: is a German name, which means “battle mighty.”

48). Maude: is a German name that means “battle mighty.”

49). Neima: is a Hebrew name, which means “strong, valor.”

50). Zenobia: is a Greek name that means “force of Zeus.” That would be a pretty strong dog!

We hope you’ve had fun reading through this list of names, and that you were able to find that special name for your canine companion!

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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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