100 Best Names for Lovebirds

Updated on June 24, 2019
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Comprising a small genus of the parrot order, lovebirds are fascinating animals and make popular pets globally. Their social, affectionate nature makes them popular with both children and adults. People love keeping lovebirds as pets because they bring about a joyful vibe and reduce stress levels a great deal. As pets, they are usually kept in pairs in caged enclosures. Maintaining them in a caged enclosure is an easy and inexpensive affair.


Why You Should Keep Lovebirds in Pairs

Lovebirds have a rejuvenating aura and are known to make perfect winged companions for individuals who experience loneliness. While you can bring home a lone lovebird, it is wise to adopt a pair. Lovebirds get lonely if kept without a companion. Since their human companions can't be at their side 24/7, they deserve to live with a partner. They bond well together as pairs and are often kept together in caged enclosures. When you bring them home, it is wise to give each a name. A name gives a bird an identity. Every lovebird has a distinctly different character and personality,


How to Come Up With a Name for Your Lovebirds

Lovebirds love to respond in their own unique and affable way when called by name. While there are no rules when it comes to picking a name, it is wise to select a name that brings out your bird’s personality. Every lovebird has a peculiar trait that showcases a great deal of emotion. Spot the nuances of their character and personality to give each a distinguished name. Decide first on the type of name you want. You can opt for names that are:

  • Lovable
  • Thoughtful
  • Cute
  • Cool
  • Unusual
  • Creative
  • Unique


Once you have a clear perspective about what you want to convey with a name, the process of picking a name for your pet bird becomes relatively easy. Lovebirds get excited when they hear their name being called out. Furthermore, when a pet bird gets an identity and association with a name, it is able to relate and respond to your calls and signals. While your mind may try to enforce strict terms when you are thinking about a name for your pet, do not succumb to mental restrictions. Instead, connect with your heart to come up with a unique and lovable name for your companion.

Brainstorming Your Way to a Unique Name

You need to find your creative space to come up with an appropriative name for your lovebirds. If you want a name with a unique identity, make sure you have a quick brainstorming session with words from different genres. When you mix words from different genres, you come up with innovative and spunky names. You can also use a scrabble approach while you are contemplating bird names.

While picking a name for your companion(s) is entirely your personal choice, it is wise to go with a short and sweet name instead of a long and complex name. There are different ways to come up with names for your lovebirds, however, the best way come up with cool names is by just observing each bird’s personality traits and antics. Just spending time observing your birds will give you a clear perspective about an ideally suited name for your cute winged one.

The lines below showcase a diverse list of names you can use. If you love birds, you will have something to say about these winged-cuties. Feel free to express yourself in the comments section.


Top 10 Best Names for Lovebirds

  1. Stomper
  2. Greeko
  3. Spartacus
  4. Gunner
  5. Maximus
  6. Strobby
  7. Yoko
  8. Zion
  9. Xerses
  10. Cadenza

Creative Names #11–20

11. Tweety

12. Broody

13. Vodka

14. Levi

15. Flutter

16. Orion

17. Gonzo

18. Hunk

19. Umbra

20. Mystic

Cool Names #21–40

21. Pirate

22. Ezra

23. Brutus

24. Zella

25. Odin

26. Atlas

27. Chucky

28. Romeo

29. Zinger

30. Boomer

31. Rhapsody

32. Zeb

33. Maddox

34. Urbana

35. Breezer

36. Poco

37. Shandy

38. Caramel

39. Pepper

40. Finesse

Cute Names # 41–60

41. Tootsie

42. Yoshi

43. Sunshine

44. Kissy

45. Buddy

46. Grinder

47. Rowdy

48. Boolina

49. Fender

50. Misty

51. Whisper

52. Dwight

53. Thyme

54. Moko

55. Zeus

56. Bubbles

57. Snowy

58. Moody

59. Brandy

60. Puffy

Lovable Names #61–80

61. Squiddy

62. Thor

63. Stormy

64. Cuddly

65. Fishy

66. Gibson

67. Ludo

68. Pepper

69. Fiesta

70. Hugsy

71. Chipper

72. Beaky

73. Martini

74. Peach

75. Rummy

76. Avalanche

77. Piper

78. Twixer

79. Calmer

80. Kryptonite

Cool Names #81–100

81. Summer

82. Razor

83. Trotter

84. Barney

85. Cache

86. Echo

87. Doodle

88. Snicker

89. Benzy

90. Zest

91. Harley

92. Casper

93. Poker

94. Nash

95. Mooney

96. Scooter

97. Riot

98. Bronco

99. Strummer

100. Brunella

Best Lovebird Names for Pairs

  • Brett and Celesta
  • Marsh and Myra
  • Jack and Evelyn
  • Drake and Annabelle
  • Conroy and Deborah
  • Joshua and Mila
  • Wyatt and Zoey
  • Abraham and Kimberley
  • Harold and Selena
  • Joseph and Madison
  • Dawson and Harmony
  • Tony and Josephine
  • Logan and Grace
  • Calvin and Melody
  • Ryan and Natasha
  • Carter and Lillian
  • Brody and Lauren
  • Julian and Aubrey
  • Preston and Daisy
  • Fredrick and Briana
  • Alan and Sally
  • Dylan and Penelope
  • Christian and Leah
  • Jimmy and Tanisha
  • Christopher and Eleanor
  • Hudson and Mary
  • Beckham and Vera
  • Ryder and Sophie
  • Graham and Amy
  • Landon and Aurora
  • Tucker and Molly
  • Abel and Eliza
  • Bennett and Maria
  • Lorenzo and Teagan
  • Jude and Valeria
  • Harrison and Charlotte
  • Isaac and Hannah
  • Clint and Sarah
  • Grant and Esther
  • Bentley and Linda
  • Edward and Trinity
  • Ashton and Norah
  • Thiago and Brooke
  • Charlie and Lucia
  • Jeremiah and Samantha
  • Easton and Janet
  • Miles and Gianna
  • Cameron and Anna
  • Rowan and Arya
  • Blake and Ariel
  • Santiago and Kaylee
  • Brayden and Nicole
  • Paul and Juliette
  • Carson and Naomi
  • Adrian and Caroline
  • Jose and Alexa
  • Nathan and Savannah
  • Carlton and Aaliyah
  • Adam and Elena
  • Roman and Autumn
  • Derek and Michelle
  • Emmet and Ashley
  • Jayden and Chloe
  • Bryson and Alice
  • Eric and Eden
  • Damien and Rylee
  • Joel and Cecelia
  • Leon and Sienna
  • Carlos and Mindy
  • Ivan and Margret
  • Isaiah and Brooklyn
  • Colin and Tracey
  • Andre and Josie
  • Tyler and Arianna
  • Arthur and Destiny
  • Jordan and Allison
  • Caleb and Ellie
  • Tanner and Ruth
  • Juan and Alyssa
  • Riley and Lola
  • Felix and Dana
  • Kyle and Callie
  • Clayton and Angela
  • Luis and Delilah
  • Timothy and Joyce
  • Mason and Camila
  • Alex and Sydney
  • Colt and Gemma
  • Parker and Gabriella
  • Austin and Maya
  • Max and Alexandra
  • Luca and Athena
  • Zachary and Lydia
  • James and Aria
  • Cleo and June
  • Bradley and Vanessa
  • Tristan and Faith
  • Weston and Melanie
  • Charles and Luna
  • Evan and Adeline

Best Female Names for Lovebirds

  • Bella
  • Chanel
  • Pricilla
  • Ruby
  • Felcy
  • Debbie
  • Sheila
  • Isabelle
  • Abigail
  • Pearl
  • Cynthia
  • Keisha
  • Alisha
  • Gwen
  • Yana
  • Nyla
  • Brenda
  • Tracie
  • Violet
  • Bianca
  • Winola
  • Anita
  • Rachel
  • Leah
  • Petula
  • Zadie
  • Yvonne
  • Xeona
  • Wendy
  • Clara
  • Malaika
  • Julia
  • Sophia
  • Xandra
  • Lily
  • Katie
  • Ursula
  • Maggie
  • Amber
  • Fiona
  • Natalie
  • Winona
  • Darla
  • Rochelle
  • Haley
  • Odell
  • Peggy
  • Martha
  • Stella
  • Betty
  • Nancy
  • Heidi
  • Lyra
  • Isadora
  • Olga
  • Nora
  • Tabia
  • Pamela
  • Helen
  • Emily
  • Jane
  • Melissa
  • Rubina
  • Xena
  • Lucy
  • Diandra
  • Joanna
  • Oprah
  • Rebecca
  • Enid
  • Greta
  • Iris
  • Ulyssa
  • Nadine
  • Meola
  • Diana
  • Loveena
  • Kyra
  • Zaina
  • Mariah
  • Valarie
  • Kaylen
  • Estelle
  • Layla
  • Sandra
  • Gloria
  • Megan
  • Victoria
  • Fabia
  • Cybil
  • Yasmine
  • Tiffany
  • Emma
  • Ingrid
  • Jessica
  • Giselle
  • Queenie
  • Felecia
  • Hilda
  • Olivia

Best Male Names for Lovebirds

  • Simon
  • Roco
  • Justin
  • Thomas
  • Bryan
  • Desmond
  • Freddy
  • Liam
  • John
  • Daniel
  • Orlando
  • Alwyn
  • Burt
  • Jason
  • Mark
  • Tyson
  • Dexter
  • Lucas
  • Terry
  • William
  • Cassius
  • Ian
  • George
  • Hector
  • Ignatius
  • Santos
  • Walter
  • Noah
  • Jacob
  • Ronnie
  • Owen
  • Elijah
  • Samuel
  • Benjamin
  • Gavin
  • Trevor
  • Nixon
  • Patrick
  • Diego
  • Victor
  • Nicholas
  • Stephen
  • Dean
  • Adolf
  • Jerry
  • Marcus
  • Andrew
  • Travis
  • Zane
  • Oscar
  • Lambert
  • Brandon
  • Asher
  • Jerome
  • Chad
  • Wade
  • Nathan
  • Zakk
  • Elias
  • Warren
  • Duke
  • Harper
  • Jake
  • Oliver
  • Luke
  • Vance
  • Fabian
  • Aaron
  • David
  • Miguel
  • Cedric
  • Winston
  • Robert
  • Ethan
  • Richard
  • Alexander
  • Pablo
  • Henry
  • Vincent
  • Matt
  • Connor
  • Lincoln
  • Gabriel
  • Steven
  • Bruce
  • Martin
  • Xavier
  • Anthony
  • Vaughn
  • Hubert
  • Chase
  • Leonardo
  • Troy
  • Cooper
  • Ronaldo
  • Axel
  • Hayden
  • Matthew
  • Wesley
  • Dominic

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      2 weeks ago

      This is a great website

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      2 weeks ago

      Hi I have a few love birds and one of them is called Austin if it helps someone. Also there Ladybug’s Kwami whose name is tiki from miraculous ladybug

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      I love parrot 

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      So cute parrot

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      2 months ago

      my two lovebirds are named Remi and Charlotte if that helps anyone!

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      3 months ago

      TKS Well I think this was very helpful and some of the names were funny (vodca)

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      Here are some more names 

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      3 months ago

      Who calls their lovebird Vodka!?

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      3 months ago

      I just wanted to suggest a name (it could be in this article though) 'Mango'. If your bird is yellow or orange, you could call it that!!!

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      4 months ago

      This article was really helpful! At first I thought about only getting one, but now I realize that getting a pair would be better for when I'm away a lot.

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