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190+ Goldendoodle Dog Names (With Meanings)

James Livingood has been a dog sitter for several years. He has written numerous articles and a book about the topic because he loves dogs.

Goldendoodle Puppy

Goldendoodle Puppy

Goldendoodles are a popular choice for families looking for a pet. The soft curly fur and endearing personalities make them wonderful additions to any household. They are a mix between a golden retriever and a poodle, and their popularity is due in part to their hypoallergenic coats and their reputation as being good with children. A fitting name welcomes your newest family to the adventure. Here is a list of over 190+ names, with meanings, to help that journey.

Goldendoodle Dog Names A-C

NameMeaning

Ace

A single point or spot on a playing card or die

Air Bud

1997 film directed by Charles Martin Smith

Alpaca

A domesticated mammal (Vicugna pacos synonym Lama pacos)

Apollo

The Greek and Roman god of sunlight, prophecy, music, and poetry

Ariel

A prankish spirit in Shakespeare's The Tempest

Armani

Italy-based international luxury fashion house

Aspen

Any of several poplars (especially Populus tremula of Europe and P. tremuloides and P. grandidentata of North America) with leaves that flutter in the lightest wind because of their flattened petioles

Aurora

Natural luminous atmospheric effect observed chiefly at high latitudes

Bailey

The outer wall of a castle or any of several walls surrounding the keep

Bambi

1942 American animated Disney drama film directed by David Hand

Batman

Comic book superhero

Baxter

Richard 1615-1691 English Puritan scholar and writer

Bear

Any of a family (Ursidae of the order Carnivora) of large heavy mammals of America and Eurasia that have long shaggy hair, rudimentary tails, and plantigrade feet and feed largely on fruit, plant matter, and insects as well as on flesh

Bella

Fine figure : fine appearance or impression

Benji

Fictional dog

Bennett

(Enoch) Arnold 1867-1931 English novelist

Benny

Amphetamine

Bentley

British luxury automobile manufacturer

Biscuit

Sweet baked product

Blaze

A fire, especially a fast-burning fire producing a lot of flames and light

Blondie

Nickname for a person with blond hair

Blossom

The flower of a seed plant; also : the mass of such flowers on a single plant

Boomer

One that booms

Bowie

James 1796-1836 hero of Texas revolution

Brandy

An alcoholic beverage distilled from wine or fermented fruit juice

Buck

A male deer, antelope, sheep, goat, rabbit, hare, and sometimes the male of other animals such as the hamster, ferret and shad

Buddy

A friend or casual acquaintance

Butler

A manservant having charge of wines and liquors

Buttercup

Any of many herbs, of the genus Ranunculus, having yellow flowers; the crowfoot

Butterscotch

A hard candy made from butter, brown sugar, syrup and vanilla

Caramel

A smooth, chewy, sticky confection made by heating sugar and other ingredients until the sugars polymerize and become sticky

Cardamom

The Elettaria cardamomum, an Indian herb

Carrie

Carrie Chapman 1859-1947 Lane American suffragist

Carrot

Root vegetable, usually orange in color

Cashew

Species of flowering plant in the family Anacardiaceae

Chase

The hunting of wild animals -used with the

Chester

City on the Delaware River west-southwest of Philadelphia in southeastern Pennsylvania population 33,972

Chestnut

Any of a genus (Castanea) of trees or shrubs of the beech family; especially : an American tree (C. dentata) that was formerly a dominant or codominant member of many deciduous forests of the eastern U.S. but has now been largely eliminated by the chestnut blight and seldom grows beyond the shrub or sapling stage

Chewy

To crush, grind, or gnaw (something, such as food) with or as if with the teeth : masticate

Chia

An annual herb (Salvia hispanica) of the mint family that is native to Mexico and Guatemala, has spikes of blue, purple, or white flowers, and is grown for its grayish, edible, mucilaginous seeds which are eaten whole or used especially to make a beverage or oil; also : any of several related salvias (especially Salvia columbariae) of the southwestern U.S. and Mexico

Chip

A small usually thin and flat piece (as of wood or stone) cut, struck, or flaked off

Chloe

A lover of Daphnis in a Greek pastoral romance

Chrysanthemum

Any of various composite plants (genus Chrysanthemum) including weeds, ornamentals grown for their brightly colored often double flower heads, and others important as sources of medicinals and insecticides

Cinnamon

The aromatic, dried bark of any of several tropical trees (genus Cinnamomum) yielding a culinary spice, oil, and flavoring; especially : a small roll or quill of cinnamon bark

Coco

The coconut palm; also : its fruit

Cody

William Frederick 1846-1917 Buffalo Bill American scout and showman

Cookie

A small flat or slightly raised cake

Cooper

A craftsman who makes and repairs barrels and similar wooden vessels such as casks, buckets and tubs

Copper

Chemical element, symbol Cu and atomic number 29

Cupcake

Small single-serving cake, often frosted

Curlicue

A fancy twisting or curling shape usually made from a series of concentric circles

Curly

A person or animal with curly hair

Puppy

Puppy

Goldendoodle Dog Names D-K

NameMeaning

Daffodil

A bulbous plant of the genus Narcissus, with yellow flowers and a trumpet shaped corona, especially Narcissus pseudonarcissus, the national flower of Wales

Daisy

A wild flowering plant Bellis perennis of the Asteraceae family, with a yellow head and white petals

Daphne

Minor figure in Greek mythology

Dasher

A person who dashes; a fast runner

Dexter

The right side of a shield from the wearer's standpoint, and the left side to the viewer

Diesel

A fuel derived from petroleum (or other oils) but heavier than gasoline/petrol. Used to power diesel engines which burn this fuel using the heat produced when air is compressed

Dixie

Nickname for the Southern United States

Dolly

Doll

Dorothy

Dorothy 1879-1958 Dorothea Frances Canfield American novelist

Duchess

The wife or widow of a duke

Duke

A sovereign male ruler of a continental European duchy

Einstein

Albert 1879-1955 American (German-born) physicist

Fawn

To court favor by a cringing or flattering manner

Finley

Finley Peter 1867-1936 American humorist

Finn

A member of a people speaking Finnish or a Finnic language

Fritz

A state of disorder or disrepair -used in the phrase on the fritz

Ginger

The pungent aromatic rhizome of a tropical Asian herb, Zingiber officinale, used as a spice and as a stimulant and acarminative

Goldie

English musician and producer

Goldilocks

A person with golden hair -used as a nickname

Goose

Any of numerous large waterfowl (family Anatidae) that are intermediate between the swans and ducks and have long necks, feathered lores, and reticulate tarsi

Griff

A mythical animal typically having the head, forepart, and wings of an eagle and the body, hind legs, and tail of a lion

Grim

Fierce in disposition or action : savage

Gucci

Italian luxury fashion house based in Florence, Italy

Gus

A person who is habitually gloomy

Hank

Coil, loop; specifically : a coiled or looped bundle (as of yarn) usually containing a definite yardage

Hansel

From Fairytails

Happy

A happy event, thing, person, etc

Harper

A harp player

Harry

To make a pillaging or destructive raid on : assault

Hazel

Any of a genus (Corylus and especially the American C. americana and the European C. avellana) of shrubs or small trees of the birch family bearing nuts enclosed in a leafy involucre

Hector

A son of Priam, husband of Andromache, and Trojan champion slain by Achilles

Henry

The practical meter-kilogram-second unit of inductance equal to the self-inductance of a circuit or the mutual inductance of two circuits in which the variation of one ampere per second results in an induced electromotive force of one volt

Hickory

Any of a genus (Carya) of North American hardwood trees of the walnut family that often have sweet edible nuts

Holly

Any of various shrubs or (mostly) small trees, of the genus Ilex, either evergreen or deciduous, used as decoration especially at Christmas

Honey

A viscous, sweet fluid produced from plant nectar by bees. Often used to sweeten tea or to spread on baked goods

Hudson

Henry died 1611 English navigator and explorer

Hyacinth

A precious stone of the ancients sometimes held to be the sapphire

Indy

A single-seat open-cockpit racing car with the engine in the rear

Jack

A game played with a set of small objects that are tossed, caught, and moved in various figures

Jackson

Andrew 1767-1845 American general; 7th president of the U.S. (1829-37)

Jake

A sexually immature male wild turkey under two years old

Jasper

An opaque cryptocrystalline quartz of any of several colors; especially : green chalcedony

Joy

Feeling of happiness

Knight

Award of an honorary title for past or future service with its roots in chivalry in the Middle Ages

Kobe

City in the Kansai region, Japan

Kona

Coastal region of Hawaii in the western part of the island of Hawaii

dog playing chess

dog playing chess

Goldendoodle Dog Names L-N

NameMeaning

Larry

Larry (Joe) 1956- American basketball player

Leo

A northern constellation east of Cancer

Levi

A son of Jacob and the traditional eponymous ancestor of the priestly tribe of Levi

Lily

Any of several flowers in the genus Lilium of the family Liliaceae, which includes a great many ornamental species

Lucky

(of people) Favoured by luck; fortunate; having good success or good fortune

Lucy

Lucy Maud 1874-1942 Canadian novelist

Lulu

One that is remarkable or wonderful

Luna

A large mostly pale green American saturniid moth (Actias luna) with long tails on the hind wings

Macaroni

Pasta made from semolina and shaped in the form of slender tubes

Macchiato

Espresso topped with a thin layer of foamed milk

Maggie

Dame Maggie 1934- Margaret Natalie Smith British actress

Mahogany

Timber of tropical hardwood species in the genus Swietenia

Mango

Species of fruit

Maple

Genus of flowering plants, trees in the lychee family Sapindaceae

Marigold

(genericised brand name, usually plural, sometimes with capital) A rubber glove, especially one for use in household cleaning

Marinara

Made with tomatoes, onions, garlic, and spices; also : served with marinara sauce

Marley

Bob 1945-1981 Robert Nesta Marley Jamaican singer and songwriter

Maui

Island in the state of Hawaii northwest of the island of Hawaii area 728 square miles (1893 square kilometers), population 154,834

Maverick

An unbranded range animal; especially : a motherless calf

Max

Maximum

Medusa

Goddess from Greek mythology

Melon

Type of fruit

Merida

City in southeastern Mexico population 830,732

Mia

Missing in action -often used figuratively for someone or something notably or unexpectedly missing, absent, or inactive

Millie

(19th century) A mill worker, usually a young working-class woman working in the factories of Ireland's linen industry

Milo

A small usually early and drought-resistant grain sorghum with compact bearded heads of large yellow or whitish seeds

Mocha

A coffee drink with chocolate syrup added, or a serving thereof

Moe

Strong interest in, and especially fetishistic attraction towards, fictional characters in anime, manga, video games, and/or similar media

Molasses

Viscous by-product of the refining of sugarcane, grapes, or sugar beets into sugar

Molly

Any of various small, often brightly colored tropical fish (genus Poecilia) that are live-bearers found in fresh, brackish, or salt water and include several that are highly valued as aquarium fishes

Moose

A ruminant mammal (Alces alces) with humped shoulders, long legs, and broadly palmated antlers that is the largest existing member of the deer family and inhabits forested areas of Canada, the northern U.S., Europe, and Asia

Murphy

An Irish or white potato

Nala

A stream-bed, ravine, or other watercourse; a drain for rain or floodwater

Napoleon

French military leader, French Emperor 1804-1814 and again in 1815

Nash

John Forbes, Jr. 1928-2015 American mathematician

Nectarine

A peach with a smooth-skinned fruit that is a frequent somatic mutation of the normal peach; also : its fruit

Nova

A star that suddenly increases its light output tremendously and then fades away to its former obscurity in a few months or years

Nugget

A solid lump; especially : a native lump of precious metal

Goldendoodle Puppy

Goldendoodle Puppy

Goldendoodle Dog Names O-S

NameMeaning

Oakley

City in California northeast of Oakland population 35,432

Olive

A Mediterranean evergreen tree (Olea europaea of the family Oleaceae, the olive family) cultivated for its drupaceous fruit that is an important food and source of oil; also : the fruit

Oliver

The close friend of Roland in the Charlemagne legends

Ollie

A maneuver in skateboarding in which the skater kicks the tail of the board down while jumping in order to make the board pop into the air

Oscar

-used especially for any of a number of golden statuettes awarded annually by a professional organization for notable achievement in motion pictures

Otis

Harrison Gray 1837-1917 American general and journalist

Peaches

A tree (Prunus persica), native to China and now widely cultivated throughout temperate regions, having pink flowers and edible fruit

Penny

In the United Kingdom and Ireland, a copper coin worth 1/240 of a pound sterling or Irish pound before decimalisation. Abbreviation: d

Pepper

A plant of the family Piperaceae

Phoebe

Any of several birds of the genus Sayornis

Piper

A musician who plays a pipe

Pistachio

A deciduous tree (Pistacia vera) grown in parts of Asia for its drupaceous fruit

Poe

Port of embarkation

Poppy

Species of flowering plant in the family Papaveraceae

Pumpkin

Cultivar of a squash plant

Rapunzel

German fairy tale

Raven

Index of animals with the same common name

Remi

Belgic tribe

Riley

Angry, upset

River

A large and often winding stream which drains a land mass, carrying water down from higher areas to a lower point, oftentimes ending in another body of water, such as an ocean or in an inland sea

Rocky

1976 American sports drama by John G. Avildsen

Rose

A shrub of the genus Rosa, with red, pink, white or yellow flowers

Rotini

Short, corkscrew-shaped pasta

Ruby

A precious stone that is a red corundum

Sandy

Consisting of or containing sand : full of sand

Sasquatch

A hairy creature like a human being reported to exist in the northwestern U.S. and western Canada and said to be a primate between 6 and 15 feet (1.8 and 4.6 meters) tall -called also bigfoot

Scout

To explore an area to obtain information (as about an enemy)

Scruffy

Unkempt, slovenly, shaggy

Shadow

The dark figure cast upon a surface by a body intercepting the rays from a source of light

Shaggy

Covered with or consisting of long, coarse, or matted hair

Shakira

Colombian singer and songwriter (born 1977)

Simba

Main character of The Lion King

Simpson

Cartoon family

Skip

To move or proceed with leaps and bounds or with a skip

Smokey

Emitting smoke especially in large quantities

Snickerdoodle

A cookie that is made with usually butter, sugar, and flour and that is rolled in cinnamon sugar before baking

Spaghetti

Pasta made in thin solid strings

Sriracha

A pungent sauce that is made from hot peppers pureed with usually garlic, sugar, salt, and vinegar and that is typically used as a condiment

Stella

An experimental international coin based on the metric system that was issued by the U.S. in 1879 and 1880 and was worth about four dollars

Sully

To make soiled or tarnished : defile

Sunny

Marked by brilliant sunlight : full of sunshine

Goldendoodle outside

Goldendoodle outside

Goldendoodle Dog Names T-Z

NameMeaning

Tabasco

A spicy pepper sauce made from tabasco pepper (a chili pepper) with the addition of vinegar and salt

Taffy

A soft, chewy candy made from boiled molasses or brown sugar

Tangerine

Any of several varieties of mandarin oranges

Teddy

By extension, any stuffed toy

Theia

Goddess of sight in Greek mythology

Toby

A drinking mug, in the shape of a human head with a hat atop

Tucker

One who or that which tucks

Versace

Italian luxury fashion house based in Milan, Italy

Waffles

A crisp cake of batter baked in a waffle iron

Wally

To estimate the value of; judge the worth of something

Whiskey

A liquor distilled from fermented wort (such as that obtained from rye, corn, or barley mash)

Willow

Any of a genus (Salix of the family Salicaceae, the willow family) of trees and shrubs bearing catkins of apetalous flowers and including forms of value for wood, osiers, or tanbark and a few ornamentals

Wilson

August 1945-2005 originally Frederick August Kittel American playwright

Winnie

An award presented annually by a professional organization for notable achievement in fashion design

Winston

City in northern North Carolina population 229,617

Woodstock

1969 music festival in Bethel, New York, United States

Zeus

Greek king of the gods and god of the sky

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