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360+ Cute Small Dog Names for Girl and Boy Dogs (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.

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Small dogs make excellent companions. The only problem might be picking out the perfect name for your new family member. Here are 360+ small dog names (both male and female) to inspire you. Keep looking for more names after you've been inspired, because an even better name may pop out! Also included are meanings, tips, and a video for even more inspiration. After all, finding the best name possible can be difficult work, but hopefully this will make it much easier to name your new canine companion!

Small Dog Names A-C

NameMeaning

Ace

a playing card

Alf

a male given name, type of Alfred.

Amy

English type of the Old French name Amée meaning "darling" (present day French aimée), a vernacular type of the Latin Amata. As an English name, it was being used in the Middle Ages (however not normal) and was restored in the nineteenth century.

Ana

Type of ANNA utilized in different dialects.

Angel

one of a class of otherworldly creatures; a divine chaperon of God. In medieval angelology, blessed messengers established the most minimal of the nine divine requests (seraphim, cherubim, positions of royalty, masteries or domains, ethics, forces, territories or princedoms, chief heavenly messengers, and holy messengers).

Apollo

the old Greek and Roman divine force of light, mending, music, verse, prescience, and masculine magnificence; the child of Leto and sibling of Artemis.

Apple

palatable product of tamed deciduous tree

Archie

a male given name, type of Archibald.

Arrow

shafted shot that is shot with a bow

Ash

squander result of flame; the final result of fragmented ignition; the strong survives from flames; explicitly, it alludes to all non-watery, non-vaporous buildups that stay subsequent to something is scorched

Athena

the virgin divinity of the old Greeks revered as the goddess of shrewdness, ripeness, the valuable expressions, and reasonable fighting. At her introduction to the world she sprang forward completely equipped from the leader of her dad, Zeus.

Atom

littlest unit of a compound component

Aurora

regular light showcase that happens in the sky, basically at high scopes (close to the Arctic and Antarctic)

Autumn

the season among summer and winter; fall. In the Northern Hemisphere it is from the September equinox to the December solstice; in the Southern Hemisphere it is from the March equinox to the June solstice.

Axel

a hop performed by a skater jumping from the front external edge of one skate into the air to make 1 pivots of the body and arriving on the back external edge of the other skate.

Babe

an infant or tyke.

Baby

exceptionally youthful posterity of a human

Bach

German arranger

Bambi

a well-known name for an infant deer.

Bantam

a chicken of any of a few assortments or breeds portrayed by exceptionally little size.

Bean

the consumable nutritious seed of different plants of the vegetable family, particularly of the sort Phaseolus.

Beano

Changed name for Bean

Bear

Group of warm blooded animals

Beast

any nonhuman creature, particularly a huge, four-footed warm blooded creature.

Beau

a male darling or sweetheart.

Belle

a lady or young lady respected for her magnificence and appeal.

Ben

male given name

Beth

Short type of ELIZABETH, or now and again BETHANY.

Betsy

Modest of ELIZABETH.

Biggie

a significant, compelling, or noticeable individual; big cheese; fat cat.

Biggy

biggie.

Bitsy

little; itty-bitty.

Bitty

small; itty-bitty: a little bitty town.

Blade

sharp cutting piece of a weapon or instrument

Blake

From a surname that was gotten from Old English blæc "dark" or blac "pale". An acclaimed conveyor of the surname was the writer and craftsman William Blake (1757-1827).

Blaze

a splendid fire or fire: the appreciated burst of the hearth.

Blimp

non-unbending carrier

Blip

Little commotion utilized in radar

Blossom

the blossom of a plant, particularly of one creating a consumable organic product.

Bob

Short type of ROBERT. It emerged later than Dob, Hob and Nob, which were medieval rhyming epithets of Robert. It was borne by the character Bob Cratchit in Charles Dickens' epic 'A Christmas Carol' (1843). Different celebrated bearers incorporate American society artist Bob Dylan (1941-) and Jamaican reggae artist Bob Marley (1945-1981).

Bolt

a portable bar or pole that when slid into an attachment secures an entryway, door, and so forth.

Bonbon

sweet or little sugary treat covered in chocolate

Bonkers

rationally uneven; distraught; insane.

Boodle

the parcel, pack, or group: Send the entire boodle back to the processing plant.

Boomer

someone or something that blasts.

Boss

an individual who utilizes or superintends laborers; director.

Bowie

U.S. warrior and pioneer.

Brock

From a surname that was gotten from Old English brocc significance "badger".

Brooke

Variation of BROOK. The name came into utilization during the 1950s, presumably affected by American socialite Brooke Astor (1902-2007). It was additionally advanced by on-screen character Brooke Shields (1965-).

Bruiser

a solid, extreme individual: The football player was more than six feet tall and weighed 285 pounds "a genuine bruiser.

Bubbles

an almost circular assortment of gas contained in a fluid.

Buck

the male of the deer, impala, hare, bunny, sheep, or goat.

Buddy

confidant or pal (regularly utilized as a term of location).

Bug

a hemipterous creepy crawly.

Bulk

greatness in three measurements: a ship of extraordinary mass.

Bullet

shot moved by a gun, sling, or compressed air firearm

Bunny

a bunny, particularly a little or youthful one.

Butch

butch hair style.

Button

a little plate, handle, or the like for sewing or generally connecting to an article, as of dress, filling in as a securing when gone through a buttonhole or circle.

Caesar

first century BC Roman lawmaker and general

Cal

Short type of CALVIN.

Calypso

an ocean sprite who kept Odysseus on the island of Ogygia for a long time.

Captain

leader of a team or little military body

Carly

Female type of CARL.

Castle

Strengthened private structure of medieval Europe

Ceasar

Well known ruler

Chancy

questionable, dangerous, or hazardous.

Chaos

a condition of absolute disarray or turmoil; an all out sloppiness or request.

Charmer

an intensity of satisfying or drawing in, as through character or magnificence: appeal of way; the appeal of a mountain lake.

Chase

to seek after so as to seize, overwhelm, and so forth.: The cop pursued the cheat.

Cheat

disrupting of guidelines to pick up bit of leeway

Cheeks

either side of the face underneath the eye or more the jaw.

Chewie

anecdotal character in the Star Wars establishment

Chica

Little of FRANCISCA.

Chicklet

Little female

Chico

Little of FRANCISCO.

Chief

the head or pioneer of a sorted out group of individuals; the individual most astounding in power: the head of police.

Clementine

a little, sweet assortment of tangerine with orange-red skin.

Cleo

Short type of CLEOPATRA, CLEON or CLEOPAS.

Clown

A comic entertainer frequently for kids' excitement

Cob

a corncob.

Coco

coconut palm.

Cole

From a surname that was initially gotten from the Old English byname COLA.

Colossas

Huge statue

Colt

a youthful male creature of the steed family.

Cookie

Prepared nourishment that is little, level and improved (scone)

Corky

of the idea of stopper; corklike.

Cosmos

the world or universe viewed as a methodical, agreeable framework.

Cotton

a delicate, white, wool substance comprising of the hairs or strands appended to the seeds of plants having a place with the variety Gossypium, of the mallow family, utilized in making textures, string, wadding, and so forth.

Crab

any decapod scavanger of the suborder Brachyura, having the eyes on short stalks and a short, expansive, pretty much smoothed body, the mid-region being little and collapsed under the thorax.

Cricket

any of a few hopping, orthopterous creepy crawlies of the family Gryllidae, portrayed by long recieving wires and stridulating organs on the forewings of the male, as one of the animal types usually found in fields and knolls (field cricket) or on trees and bushes (tree cricket).

Crumpet

a round delicate unsweetened bread taking after a biscuit, cooked on a frying pan or something like that, and regularly toasted.

Cub

the youthful of specific creatures, as the bear, lion, or tiger.

Cuckoo

a typical European winged animal, Cuculus canorus, of the family Cuculidae, noted for its trademark call and its brood parasitism.

Cujo

novel by Stephen King

Cupcake

little cake for one individual

Cutie

emotional term portraying a sort of engaging quality usually connected with youth and appearance

Small dog sitting

Small dog sitting

Small Dog Names D-H

NameMeaning

Daisy

any of different composite plants the blossoms of which have a yellow plate and white beams, as the English daisy and the oxeye daisy.

Dale

From an English surname that initially had a place with an individual who lived almost a dale or valley.

Dash

to strike or crush viciously, particularly in order to break to pieces: He dashed the plate into bits against the divider.

Dax

From an English surname that was gotten either from the town of Dax in France or else from the Old English given name Dæcca (of obscure importance).

Demi

Substitute interpretation of Greek Δημη (see DIMI).

Diamond

an unadulterated or about unadulterated, amazingly hard type of carbon, normally solidified in the isometric framework.

Dice

little 3D shapes of plastic, ivory, bone, or wood, set apart on each side with one to six spots, normally utilized two by two in rounds of shot or in betting.

Diesel

fluid fuel utilized in diesel motors

Digger

an individual or a creature that burrows.

Dinkie

Little and small

Dobby

a foolish individual; trick.

Dolly

model of an individual, frequently utilized as a toy for kids

Doodle

to draw or scrawl inactively: He doodled during the entire address.

Dot

a little, roundish imprint made with or as though with a pen.

Dragon

a huge, snake like incredible animal that shows up in the fables of numerous societies around the globe

Dread

to fear significantly; be in outrageous anxiety of: to fear passing.

Dumbo

1941 American enlivened film delivered by Walt Disney

Dumpling

an adjusted mass of steamed and prepared batter, regularly served in soup or with stewed meat.

Dusty

filled, secured, or blurred with or likewise with residue.

Echo

a reiteration of sound delivered by the impression of sound waves from a divider, mountain, or other hindering surface.

Eda

a female given name.

Edie

Little of EDITH.

Eggroll

dish, fricasseed egg folded over different fixings

Electra

the little girl of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra who instigated her sibling Orestes to slaughter Clytemnestra and her sweetheart Aegisthus.

Elf

powerful being in Germanic folklore and old stories

Elle

Little of ELEANOR and different names starting with El. This name can likewise be given in reference to the French pronoun elle meaning "she".

Elsie

a female given name, type of Elizabeth.

Etta

a female given name, type of Henrietta.

Eve

Scriptural figure

Fang

since a long time ago, pointed tooth

Fawn

a youthful deer, particularly an unweaned one.

Fern

gathering of plants

Fi

the solmization syllable utilized for the semitone between the fourth and fifth degrees of a scale.

Fiddle

melodic instrument

Fifi

Humble of JOSÉPHINE.

Filly

a youthful female pony.

Fiona

Ladylike type of FIONN. This name was (first?) utilized by Scottish artist James Macpherson in his ballad 'Fingal' (1762).

Flick

an abrupt light blow or tap, similarly as with a whip or the finger: She gave the pony a flick with her riding crop.

Flint

a hard stone, a type of silica taking after chalcedony yet progressively hazy, less unadulterated, and less radiant.

Flipper

forelimb advanced for development through water

Flo

a female given name, type of Florence.

Ford

American car producer

Forest

a huge tract of land secured with trees and underbrush; forest.

Fry

to cook in a dish or on a frying pan over direct warmth, for the most part in fat or oil.

Fudge

a delicate treat made of sugar, spread, milk, chocolate, and now and then nuts.

Gadget

little device, for example, a machine that has a capacity, however is regularly thought of as an oddity

Gatsby

1925 novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Gears

turning machine

Gem

a cut and cleaned valuable stone or pearl fine enough for use in adornments.

Gidget

anecdotal character made by Frederick Kohner

Gigi

French minute of GEORGINE or VIRGINIE.

Gizmo

little device, for example, a machine that has a capacity, yet is frequently thought of as an oddity

Glitterbug

Very glitz

Gnat

any of certain little flies, particularly the gnawing gnats or punkies of the family Ceratopogonidae, the midges of the family Chironomidae, and the dark flies of the family Simuliidae.

Gnome

(in old stories) one of a types of minute creatures, typically portrayed as withered minimal elderly people men, that possess the inside of the earth and go about as watchmen of its fortunes; troll.

Godzilla

a sci-fi beast that takes after a tremendous bipedal reptile, highlighted in Japanese and American movies, TV, and comic books.

Goliath

A Philistine goliath vanquished by the youthful David in single battle

Grace

style or excellence of structure, way, movement, or activity: We watched her skate with easy beauty over the ice.

Guru

A "teacher, guide, master, or master" in Sanskrit

Hagrid

to harass with stress, fear, need, or something like that; torment.

Half Pint

half of a half quart, equivalent to 8 liquid ounces (1 cup) or 16 tablespoons (0.2 liter).

Halo

a geometric shape, more often than not as a plate, circle, ring, or rayed structure, customarily speaking to a brilliant light around or over the leader of a perfect or hallowed personage, an old or medieval ruler, and so on.

Han

an administration in China, 206 b.c

Harley

English statesman.

Hazel

From the English word hazel for the tree or the light darker shading, got at last from Old English hæsel. It was authored as a given name in the nineteenth century.

Hefty

substantial; profound: a strong book.

Hendrix

U.S. shake guitarist and musician.

Hercules

a commended legend, the child of Zeus and Alcmene, having excellent quality: among his numerous undertakings were the twelve works for his cousin Eurystheus, performed so as to pick up everlasting status.

Hiccup

a brisk, automatic inward breath that pursues a fit of the stomach and is all of a sudden checked by conclusion of the glottis, creating a short, moderately sharp solid.

Hob Nob

to relate on in all respects well disposed terms (for the most part pursued by with): She regularly fraternizes with eminence.

Hobbit

anecdotal race from J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium

Honey

Sweet sustenance made by honey bees generally utilizing nectar from blossoms

Honor

genuineness, reasonableness, or respectability in one's convictions and activities: a man of respect.

Hope

the inclination that what is needed can be had or that occasions will show up generally advantageous: to surrender trust.

Hopper

someone or something that bounces.

Huckleberry

the dull blue or dark consumable berry of any of different bushes having a place with the class Gaylussacia of the heath family.

Hulk

Superhuman showing up in Marvel Comics productions and related media

Hunter

an individual who chases game or other wild creatures for nourishment or in game.

Small Yorki

Small Yorki

Small Dog Names I-O

NameMeaning

Ian

a male given name, Scottish type of John.

Iggy

Little of IGNATIUS.

Imp

a little fallen angel or devil; an abhorrent soul.

Ion

an electrically charged iota or gathering of iotas framed by the misfortune or increase of at least one electrons, as a cation (positive particle), which is made by electron misfortune and is pulled in to the cathode in electrolysis, or as an anion (negative particle), which is made by an electron gain and is pulled in to the anode. The valence of a particle is equivalent to the quantity of electrons lost or picked up and is shown by an or more sign for cations and a less sign for anions

Isabel

Medieval Occitan type of ELIZABETH. It spread all through Spain, Portugal and France, getting to be basic among the eminence by the twelfth century. It became famous in England in the thirteenth century after Isabella of Angoulême wedded the English lord John, and it was accordingly supported when Isabella of France wedded Edward II the accompanying century.This is the typical type of the name Elizabeth in Spain and Portugal, however somewhere else it is viewed as a parallel name, for example, in France where it is utilized close by Élisabeth. The name was borne by two Spanish decision rulers, including Isabel of Castile, who supported the investigations of Christopher Columbus.

Itsy

nursery rhyme

Ivy

a climbing vine, Hedera helix, having smooth, gleaming, evergreen leaves, little, yellowish blooms, and dark berries, developed as an elaborate.

Jay

any of a few uproarious, vivacious fowls of the crow family, subfamily Garrulinae, as the peaked Garrulus glandarius, of the Old World, having caramel plumage with blue, dark, and white notwithstanding on the wings.

Jazz

music starting in New Orleans around the start of the twentieth century and along these lines creating through different progressively complex styles, for the most part set apart by complicated, propulsive rhythms, polyphonic troupe playing, improvisatory, virtuosic performances, melodic opportunity, and a symphonious saying running from basic diatonicism through chromaticism to atonality.

Jed

Short type of JEDIDIAH.

Jelly

a nourishment planning of a delicate, versatile consistency because of the nearness of gelatin, gelatin, and so forth., particularly organic product juice came down with sugar and utilized as a sweet spread for bread and toast, as a filling for cakes or doughnuts, and so on.

Jellybean

a little, bean-molded, more often than not splendidly hued treat with a hard sugar covering and a firm thick filling.

Jess

a short lash affixed around the leg of a bird of prey and appended to the rope.

Jett

From the English word fly, which means either a stream air ship or an extreme dark shading (the words get from various sources).

Jingles

to make clunking or tinkling sounds, as do coins, keys, or other light, thunderous metal items when coming into contact or being struck together more than once: The keys on his belt jingled as he strolled.

Jon

a male given name, type of John.

Journey

a venturing out starting with one spot then onto the next, normally taking a somewhat prolonged stretch of time; trip: a six-day venture over the desert.

Joy

the feeling of incredible enjoyment or bliss brought about by something astoundingly great or fulfilling; sharp joy; rapture: She felt the delight of seeing her child's prosperity.

Juggernaut

strict or allegorical power viewed as pitilessly damaging and relentless

Jumbo

a huge individual, creature, or thing.

Jupiter

Fifth planet from the Sun in the Solar System

Kay

the discourteous, egotistic cultivate sibling and seneschal of Arthur.

Kecil

worldwide association of Southeast Asian nations

Khan

From a title meaning "lord, ruler". Its birthplace is most likely Mongolian, however the word has been transmitted into numerous different dialects.

Kid

a tyke or youngster.

Killer

someone or something that murders.

Kip

the cover up of a youthful or little brute.

Kit

a set or accumulation of devices, supplies, instructional issue, and so forth., for a particular reason: a medical aid unit; a business pack.

Klein

German mathematician.

Ladybug

group of bugs

Laser

a gadget that creates an almost parallel, about monochromatic, and sound light emission by energizing particles to a higher vitality level and making them emanate their vitality in stage.

Leaf

organ of a vascular plant, forming its foliage

Leo

the Lion, a zodiacal heavenly body among Virgo and Cancer, containing the splendid star Regulus.

Lex

Short type of ALEXANDER.

Lille

Prefecture and collective in Hauts-de-France, France

Lilliput

a fanciful nation possessed by individuals around 6 inches (15 cm) tall, portrayed in Swift's Gulliver's Travels.

Liten

Region and town in Central Bohemian Region, Czech Republic

Little

little in size; not huge; not huge; small: a little work area toward the side of the room.

Logan

From a surname that was initially gotten from a Scottish spot name meaning "minimal empty" in Scottish Gaelic.

Loki

a swindler god, conceived of Jotun heritage yet acknowledged among the Aesir as Odin's embraced sibling: father of the beasts Fenrir, Hel, and the Midgard snake, and the instigator of Balder's demise.

Lou

Short type of LOUISE or LOUIS. Well known bearers incorporate the baseball player Lou Gehrig (1903-1941) and the performer Lou Reed (1942-2013).

Mac

individual; bud (a well-known term of location to a man or kid whose name isn't known to the speaker).

Mack

organization

Mali

Means "blossom" in Thai.

Mammoth

Wiped out variety of well evolved creatures

Manatee

Sort of warm blooded creatures

Mars

Fourth planet from the Sun in the Solar System

Marshmallow

an improved glue or sugary treat produced using the adhesive foundation of the swamp mallow.

Matches

a thin bit of wood, cardboard, or other combustible material tipped with a concoction substance that produces fire when scoured on a harsh or artificially arranged surface.

Maverick

Gotten from the English word nonconformist importance "free". The word itself is gotten from the surname of a nineteenth century Texas farmer who did not mark his calves.

Max

most extreme.

May

fifth month in the Julian and Gregorian timetables

Meadow

field vegetated fundamentally by grass and other non-woody plants (prairie)

Mia

lost without a trace.

Micro

amazingly little.

Midge

any of various moment dipterous bugs, particularly of the family Chironomidae, fairly taking after a mosquito.

Mimi

Small of MARIA and different names starting with M.

Mini

English vehicle model made by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successors from 1959 until 2000

Minnie

mother; mother.

Missy

youthful miss; young lady.

Mite

any of various little to minuscule 8-legged creature of the subclass Acari, including species that are parasitic on creatures and plants or that feed on rotting matter and put away sustenances.

Moe

a male given name, type of Morris or Moses.

Moose

a huge, since a long time ago headed warm blooded creature, alces, of the deer family, having circumpolar dissemination in the Northern Hemisphere, the male of which has colossal palmate prongs.

Morsel

a nibble, piece, or little part of nourishment, treat, and so forth.

Munchkin

a little individual, particularly one who is diminutive or elfin in appearance.

Mustard

sauce produced using different assortments of mustard seeds

Nacho

comprising of a little bit of tortilla bested with cheddar, hot peppers, and so on., and seared.

Nano

nanotechnology.

Ned

Modest of EDWARD or EDMUND. It has been utilized since the fourteenth century, and may have had root in the medieval warm expression mine Ed, which was later reinterpreted as my Ned.

Needle

a little, slim, rodlike instrument, more often than not of cleaned steel, with a sharp point toward one side and an eye or opening for string at the other, for going string through material to make fastens in sewing.

Nemo

Means "no one" in Latin. This was the name utilized by creator Jules Verne for the commander of the Nautilus in his novel 'Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea' (1870). It was later utilized for the title character (a fish) in the 2003 energized film 'Discovering Nemo'.

Neutron

a rudimentary molecule having no charge, mass marginally more prominent than that of a proton, and turn of ½: a constituent of the cores of all particles with the exception of those of hydrogen. Image: n

Nib

the purpose of a pen, or both of its divisions.

Niblet

Little point

Niggle

to scrutinize, particularly always or over and again, in a touchy or negligible manner; carp: to niggle about the fine purposes of elucidation; wanting to niggle as opposed to find a way to address a circumstance.

Noodle

a tight piece of unleavened egg mixture that has been rolled slight and dried, bubbled, and served alone or in soups, goulashes, and so on.; a strip formed pasta.

North

a cardinal purpose of the compass, lying in the plane of the meridian and to one side of an individual confronting the rising sun.

Nugget

a piece of something, starting at valuable metal.

Nymph

one of a various class of lesser divinities of folklore, imagined as delightful ladies occupying the ocean, streams, woods, trees, mountains, knolls, and so on., and as often as possible referenced as going to an unrivaled god.

Obere

Palace in Liechtenstein

Ocean

the tremendous group of salt water that spreads very nearly three fourths of the world's surface.

Ola

a developmental of no exact centrality found in an assortment of business coinages (Crayola; granola; Victrola) and funny varieties of words (crapola).

Olive

an evergreen tree, Olea europaea, of Mediterranean and other warm locales, developed mainly for its natural product.

Oliver

From Olivier, a Norman French type of a Germanic name, for example, ALFHER or an Old Norse name, for example, Áleifr (see OLAF). The spelling was changed by relationship with Latin oliva "olive tree". In the Middle Ages the name turned out to be notable in Western Europe in light of the French epic 'La Chanson de Roland', in which Olivier was a companion and guide of the legend Roland.In England Oliver was a typical medieval name, anyway it wound up uncommon after the seventeenth century in view of the military authority Oliver Cromwell, who controlled the nation following the common war. The name was resuscitated in the nineteenth century, maybe to a limited extent because of the title character in Charles Dickens' epic 'Oliver Twist' (1838), which was about a poor vagrant living in the city of London.

Otto

Later German type of Audo or Odo, initially a short type of different names starting with the Germanic component aud meaning "riches, fortune".

Ozzy

Variation of OZZIE.

Pug Dog

Pug Dog

Small Dog Names P-Z

NameMeaning

Paige

From an English surname meaning "hireling, page" in Middle English.

Particle

a moment divide, piece, section, or sum; a minor or little piece: a molecule of residue; not a molecule of supporting proof.

Pat

Short type of PATRICK or PATRICIA. An acclaimed conveyor of this name was Pat Garrett (1850-1908), the sheriff who shot Billy the Kid.

Paws

the foot of a creature having paws.

Peach

the subacid, delicious, drupaceous product of a tree, Prunus persica, of the rose family.

Peanut

the case or the encased palatable seed of the plant, Arachis hypogaea, of the vegetable family: the unit is constrained underground in developing, where it ages.

Pearl

hard item created inside the delicate tissue of a living shelled mollusc

Pebble

a little, adjusted stone, particularly one worn smooth by the activity of water.

Pee wee

exceptionally little; minor.

Peg

a stick of wood or other material driven or fitted into something, as to attach parts together, to hang things on, to make quick a rope or string on, to stop a gap, or to check some point.

Pequena

island of Brazil

Perriwinkle

Shade of blue

Petal

Some portion of most kinds of bloom

Petit

little; trivial; minor.

Petunia

any greenhouse plant having a place with the sort Petunia, of the nightshade family, local to tropical America, having channel formed blossoms of different hues.

Piccolo

a little woodwind sounding an octave higher than the common woodwind.

Pickles

a cucumber that has been protected in saline solution, vinegar, or something like that.

Pico

a joining structure meaning “one trillionth”: picogram.

Piffle

rubbish, as paltry or silly talk.

Pip

one of the spots on bones, playing a game of cards, or dominoes.

Pippin

any of various roundish or oblate assortments of apple.

Pipsqueak

an abhorrently little or insignificant individual; a twerp.

Pixie

a pixie or sprite, particularly a fiendish one.

Pluto

A diminutive person planet in the Kuiper belt of the Solar System

Pocket

a molded bit of texture joined inside or outside a piece of clothing and framing a pocket utilized particularly for conveying little articles.

Poe

U.S. artist, short-story essayist, and commentator.

Popcorn

any of a few assortments of corn whose bits burst open and puff out when exposed to dry warmth.

Poppy

any plant of the family Papaver, having conspicuous, normally red blossoms.

Porkchop

kind of meat cut

Primrose

any plant of the family Primula, as P. vulgaris (English primrose), of Europe, having yellow blooms, or P. sinensis (Chinese primrose), of China, having blossoms in an assortment of hues.

Princess

a nonreigning female individual from a regal family.

Prowler

an individual or creature that sneaks.

Puddles

a little pool of water, as of water on the ground.

Puny

of not exactly typical size and quality; frail.

Pupa

a bug in the nonfeeding, generally stable, change arrange between the hatchling and the imago.

Quark

Basic molecule

Quinn

From an Irish surname, an Anglicized type of Ó Cuinn meaning "relative of CONN".

Racer

an individual, creature, or thing that races or participates in a race, as a racehorse, bike, yacht, and so forth.

Radar

a gadget for deciding the nearness and area of an item by estimating the ideal opportunity for the reverberation of a radio wave to come back from it and the course from which it returns.

Rainbow

a bow or curve of kaleidoscopic hues showing up in the sky inverse the sun and brought about by the refraction and impression of the sun's beams in drops of downpour.

Raisin

Dried grape

Rambo

a fanatically aggressor or fiercely forceful individual.

Rascal

a base, deceptive, or corrupt individual.

Raz

Means "mystery" in Hebrew.

Rebel

an individual who declines devotion to, opposes, or ascends in arms against the administration or leader of his or her nation.

Reed

the straight stalk of any of different tall grasses, particularly of the genera Phragmites and Arundo, developing in damp spots.

Rex

From Latin rex "ruler". It has been utilized as a given name since the nineteenth century.

Rhubarb

any of a few plants having a place with the sort Rheum, of the buckwheat family, as R. officinale, having a restorative rhizome, and R. rhabarbarum, having eatable leafstalks.

Ringo

English performer, drummer of the Beatles

Rip

to cut or tear separated in a harsh or vivacious way: to tear open a crease; to tear up a sheet.

River

a characteristic stream of water of genuinely huge size streaming in an unmistakable course or channel or arrangement of veering and joining channels.

Robin

any of a few little Old World feathered creatures having a red or rosy bosom, particularly Erithacus rubecula, of Europe.

Rocket

rocket, shuttle, air ship or other vehicle that acquires push from a rocket motor

Rocky

1976 American games dramatization coordinated by John G. Avildsen

Rogue

a deceptive, reprobate individual; rapscallion.

Roo

kangaroo.

Rose

any of the wild or developed, typically thorny stemmed, pinnate-leaved, pompous bloomed bushes of the variety Rosa.

Rowdy

a harsh, jumbled individual.

Roy

Anglicized type of RUADH. An eminent carrier was the Scottish criminal and people legend Rob Roy (1671-1734). It is frequently connected with French return on initial capital investment "ruler".

Ruby

a red assortment of corundum, utilized as a pearl.

Rue

to feel distress over; atone of; disappointment harshly: to mourn the loss of chances.

Rumour

a story or proclamation by and large dissemination without affirmation or assurance as to realities: gossip of war.

Runt

a creature that is little or hindered as contrasted and others of its sort.

Russ

Short type of RUSSELL.

Sable

an Old World weasellike warm blooded animal, Mustela zibellina, of cold locales in Eurasia and the North Pacific islands, esteemed for its dim dark colored hide.

Sam

a male given name, type of Samuel.

Sarge

Military position

Sasquatch

Enormous Foot.

Sassy

impudent; ill bred; saucy: a cheeky answer; a cheeky high schooler.

Sausage

minced pork, hamburger, or different meats, frequently joined, together with different included fixings and seasonings, generally stuffed into a readied digestive system or other packaging and regularly made in connections.

Scamp

a corrupt and frequently insidious individual; miscreant; rebel; lowlife.

Scout

From the English word scout meaning "one who accumulates data clandestinely", which is gotten from Old French escouter "to tune in". Harper Lee utilized this name in her novel 'To Kill a Mockingbird' (1960).

Scrappy

comprised of scraps or of miscellaneous items; fragmentary; separated.

Seal

an embellished image, figure, image, word, letter, and so forth., utilized as authentication or proof of validness.

Shades

the relative murkiness brought about by the block attempt or screening of beams of light from an item, spot, or territory.

Sheena

Anglicized type of SÌNE. This name was advanced outside of Scotland during the 1980s by the vocalist Sheena Easton (1959-).

Shorty

an individual of not exactly average stature (in some cases utilized as a slandering and hostile term of location).

Shrek

2001 energized satire

Shrimp

any of a few little, since quite a while ago followed, predominantly marine shellfish of the decapod suborder Natania, certain types of which are utilized as sustenance.

Skip

to move in a light, springy way by jumping forward with exchange bounces on each foot.

Skittles

ninepins in which a wooden ball or plate is utilized to thump down the pins.

Sky

the locale of the mists or the upper air; the upper climate of the earth: planes in the sky; shady skies.

Slinky

toy

Smidge

Modest or only a smidgen

Smudge

a messy imprint or smear.

Smurf

Belgian comic and TV establishment

Spike

a naillike clasp, 3 to 12 inches (7.6 to 30.5 cm) long and proportionately thicker than a typical nail, for attaching together substantial timbers or railroad track.

Spot

an adjusted imprint or stain made by remote issue, as mud, blood, paint, ink, and so on.; a blotch or bit.

Sprout

to start to develop; shoot forward, as a plant from a seed.

Spud

a potato.

Squirrel

any of various arboreal, rugged followed rodents of the sort Sciurus, of the family Sciuridae.

Squirt

to launch fluid in a fly from a tight opening: The hose squirted all over us.

Starlet

a youthful on-screen character advanced and pitched as a future star, particularly in movies.

Sterling

compound of silver containing 92.5% by mass of silver and 7.5% by mass of different metals, typically copper

Stevie

Little of STEPHEN or STEPHANIE. A celebrated conveyor is the American performer Stevie Wonder (1950-).

Stick

a branch or shoot of a tree or bush that has been cut or severed.

Stretch

to draw out or expand (oneself, a body, appendages, wings, and so on.) to the full length or degree (regularly pursued by out): to extend oneself on the ground.

Sugar

nonexclusive name for sweet-tasting, dissolvable starches

Sunflower

any of different composite plants of the family Helianthus, as H. annuus, having gaudy, yellow-rayed blossom heads frequently 12 inches (30 cm) wide, and palatable seeds that yield an oil with a wide assortment of employments: the state bloom of Kansas.

Swag

a suspended wreath, laurel, drapery, or something like that, affixed up at or close to each end and hanging down in the center; trim.

Sweet Pea

a climbing plant, Lathyrus odoratus, of the vegetable family, having sweet-scented blossoms.

Sweetie

sweetheart.

Swift

moving or fit for moving with extraordinary speed or speed; armada; quick: a quick ship.

Wiggles

Moving around in S shape

Zelda

Video game character

Zeus

Top god in mythology

Dog in snow

Dog in snow

Three Tips for Naming a Small Dog

Naming your new family member can be difficult. There are so many names to choose from and each has their own feel. Since each name has negatives and positives, so how do you figure out which name is best? Here are three tips to consider.

Tip 1: Fit the personality

One of the best ways to name your dog is to look at their behavior. If you can build a cute name that is based off of the personality, that will stick well. In addition, that name can become a bit of a talking point to anyone you introduce to your dog. That will instill the same kind of warm feeling in others that you feel for your dog.

Tip 2: Think about nicknames

Sometimes the best way to start is to have a longer name that will shorten in time. Perhaps a name that can be fluid may be best. This can lead to the dog’s name slowly changing over time to fit their individual style. They may respond better to part of the name, or you may enjoy just part of a name. Thinking about the potential nickname may be a helpful way to future-proof your dog’s name.

Tip 3: Be careful about human names

You may need to be careful when selecting human names. This can lead to awkward situations in which your dog has the same name as someone you know. That person can become offended that you named your dog after them, even if you didn’t. Even if you don’t know someone currently with that name, you may meet a person in the future. It may be best to be wary of any human name when picking out the best name for your canine.

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