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550+ French Bulldog Names (With Definitions)

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French Bulldogs are some of the most popular breeds of dogs available. The reason behind this is obvious. They are adorable and bred to be companions to humans. It's hard not to pick out a bunch of outfits for these wonderful family members. They look great in everything and require the pictures to prove it.

If you've been lucky enough to score a French Bulldog as a family member, here is a giant list of names (with definitions) to help you integrate them into your daily life! Below the lists are some facts and an adorable video.

French Bulldog Names: A-C

NameDefinition

Abbott

U.S. photographer.

Abe

form of Abraham.

Abigail

my father is joy

Ace

a playing card or die marked with or having the value indicated by a single spot

Addie

form of Adeline

Aero

of or for aircraft.

Aiden

Variant of AIDAN.

Albert

noble and bright

Alden

Pilgrim settler in Plymouth, Massachusetts, 1620.

Aldo

old noble

Alexis

helper

Alfie

form of Alfred.

Alice

a city in southern Texas.

Alvin

Form of EALDWINE

Alyssa

Variant of ALICIA

Amber

Fossilized tree resin

Amelia

the first woman to make a solo flight over the Atlantic Ocean

Amos

a Minor Prophet of the 8th century b.c.

Andy

form of Andrew

Angel

Supernatural being in various religions and mythologies

Anna

a former cupronickel coin of Pakistan

Annabelle

Variant of ANNABEL

Annie

form of Ann, Anna, or Anne.

Apollo

the ancient Greek and Roman god of light, healing, music, poetry, prophecy, and manly beauty

Apsen

Town in Colorado, United States

Archie

form of Archibald.

Ariel

lion of God

Aries

the Ram, a zodiacal constellation between Pisces and Taurus.

Artie

a male given name, form of Arthur.

Arya

Designation of an ancient Indo-Iranian people during the Vedic period

Ash

the powdery residue of matter that remains after burning.

Asher

happy, blessed in Hebrew

Ashley

ash tree clearing

Athena

ancient Greek goddess of wisdom and battle strategy

Austin

Capital of Texas, United States

Autumn

the season between summer and winter

Ava

of all; at all.

Averie

Variant of AVERY.

Avery

U.S. painter.

Axel

a jump performed by a skater leaping from the front outer edge of one skate into the air

Babe

a baby or child.

Babushka

scarf, often triangular, used as a hood

Baby

an infant or very young child.

Bacon

A type of salt-cured pork

Bailey

the defensive wall surrounding an outer court of a castle.

Bandit

a robber, especially a member of a gang or marauding band.

Barb

a point or pointed part projecting backward from a main point, as of a fishhook or arrowhead.

Barbara

foreign, exotic

Baron

Title of nobility in Europe

Basil

important culinary herb

Baxter

English Puritan preacher, scholar, and writer.

Bean

the edible nutritious seed of various plants of the legume family, especially of the genus Phaseolus.

Bear

Family of mammals

Beatrice

Italian form of BEATRIX

Beau

a male lover or sweetheart.

Bella

Short form of ISABELLA

Belle

Disney fictional character

Benji

Fictional dog

Bennett

Medieval form of BENEDICT

Benny

Diminutive of BENJAMIN or BENEDICT.

Benson

son of BENEDICT

Bentley

Automotive brand manufacturer

Betsy

form of Elizabeth.

Betty

Diminutive of ELIZABETH.

Bianca

Italian cognate of BLANCHE

Biggie

American rapper from New York

Billy

a police officer's club or baton.

Bingo

a form of lotto in which balls or slips, each with a number and one of the letters B, I, N, G, or O

Birdie

a small bird.

Biscuit

Sweet baked product

Blake

Canadian ice hockey player and coach.

Blaze

a bright flame or fire

Bleu

Primary colour between purple and green

Blondie

a blond person

Blossom

Flowers of stone fruit trees and of some other plants that flower in spring

Blue

Primary colour between purple and green

Bo

back order.

Bonnie

Means "pretty" from the Scottish word bonnie

Boomer

a person or thing that booms.

Brady

U.S. financier, noted for conspicuously extravagant living.

Brandy

Spirit produced by distilling wine

Brewster

Pilgrim settler: leader of the colonists at Plymouth.

Brin

Means "juniper" in Slovene.

Brinley

burned clearing

Brock

a European badger.

Brody

ditch, mire

Brooke

British soldier and adventurer

Brooklyn

Borough in New York City and county in New York state, United States

Brown

a dark tertiary color with a yellowish or reddish hue.

Brownie

square, baked, chocolate dessert

Bruce

Famous Singer

Bruno

Italian philosopher.

Brutus

Roman politician and assassin of Julius Caesar

Bubba

brother (usually used as an affectionate term of address).

Buck

the male of the deer, antelope, rabbit, hare, sheep, or goat.

Buddy

comrade or chum (often used as a term of address).

Buffy

Diminutive of ELIZABETH

Buster

a person who breaks up something

Buzz

a low, vibrating, humming sound, as of bees, machinery, or people talking.

Cain

acquired

Cali

a city in SW Colombia.

Callie

Diminutive of CAROLINE

Cam

a disk or cylinder having an irregular form such that its motion, usually rotary

Camilla

a woman warrior who fought on the side of Turnus against Aeneas.

Candice

Variant of CANDACE.

Candy

any of a variety of confections made with sugar, syrup, etc.

Captain

Title given to a commander

Carly

Feminine form of CARL.

Carmela

Italian and Spanish form of CARMEL.

Carter

U.S. jazz saxophonist and composer.

Casey

brave

Cash

money in the form of coins or banknotes, especially that issued by a government.

Casper

Dutch and Scandinavian form of JASPER.

Cayleigh

American basketball player

Champ

Victor in a challenge, contest or competition

Chance

the absence of any cause of events that can be predicted, understood, or controlled

Chanel

French fashion designer.

Charlie

a word used in communications to represent the letter C.

Charlotte

a dessert of many varieties

Chase

to pursue in order to seize, overtake

Chester

camp, fortress

Chewie

Fictional character in the Star Wars franchise

Chewy

not easily chewed, as because of toughness or stickiness

Chico

Diminutive of FRANCISCO.

Chief

the head or leader of an organized body of people

Chip

a small, slender piece, as of wood, separated by chopping, cutting, or breaking.

Chloe

green shoot

Cinnamon

the aromatic inner bark of any of several East Indian trees

CJ

Chief Justice.

Cleo

Short form of CLEOPATRA

Clifford

ford by a cliff

Clover

Genus of flowering plants in the bean family Fabaceae

Clyde

a stupid, inept, or boorish person.

Coco

Mythical ghost-monster

Cody

U.S. Army scout and showman.

Colby

a mild, cheddar-type cheese that is softer and more open in texture than standard cheddar.

Colt

Term for a male horse usually under the age of four years

Cookie

small, flat and sweetened baked food (biscuit)

Cooper

Maker of staved vessels such as barrels

Copper

a malleable, ductile, metallic element having a characteristic reddish-brown color

Corky

of the nature of cork; corklike.

Cricket

Team sport played with bats and balls

Crystal

Solid material whose constituent atoms, molecules, or ions are arranged in an ordered pattern extending in all three spatial dimensions

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French Bulldog Playing

French Bulldog Names: D-J

NameDefinition

Daisy

any of various composite plants the flowers of which have a yellow disk and white rays

Dakota

allies, friends

Damien

Belgian Roman Catholic missionary to the lepers of Molokai.

Dane

a native or inhabitant of Denmark.

Daniella

Feminine form of DANIEL.

Dante

Italian poet

Daphne

a nymph who, when pursued by Apollo, was saved by being changed into a laurel tree.

Darla

Short form of DARLENE.

Darlene

Darling

Davey

Diminutive of DAVID.

Dayton

City in Ohio, United States

Delia

a female given name, form of Cordelia.

Delilah

delicate, weak, languishing

Demi

half, less

Denver

City and county in Colorado, US

Desiree

acute

Destiny

Predetermined course of events

Dexter

American comic science fiction animated television series

Dez

American punk rock singer and guitarist

Diamond

a pure or nearly pure, extremely hard form of carbon, naturally crystallized in the isometric system.

Diego

Possibly a shortened form of SANTIAGO

Diesel

Type of internal combustion engine

Diva

Celebrated female singer

Dixie

Nickname for the Southern United States

Dodge

to elude or evade by a sudden shift of position or by strategy

Dolly

a doll.

Dom

a title of a monk in the Benedictine, Carthusian, Cistercian, and certain other monastic orders.

Dominic

Spanish priest: founder of the Dominican order.

Dot

Punctuation to signal the end of a sentence

Drew

simple past tense of draw.

Duchess

the wife or widow of a duke.

Duke

Noble or royal title in some European countries and their colonies

Dylan

U.S. folk-rock singer, guitarist, and composer.

Eastwood

U.S. actor and director.

Eddie

a current at variance with the main current in a stream of liquid or gas, especially one having a rotary or whirling motion.

Eddison

inventor

Eden

the place where Adam and Eve lived before the Fall

Edie

Diminutive of EDITH.

Eli

a Hebrew judge and priest

Eliot

A famous bearer of the surname was T. S. Eliot

Ella

All

Ellerie

List of Emmerdale characters

Ellie

Diminutive of ELEANOR

Elmer

nobel and famous

Elsa

Short form of ELISABETH.

Ember

a small live piece of coal, wood, etc., as in a dying fire.

Emma

whole or universal

Emmett

U.S. songwriter and minstrel-show performer and producer: composer of “Dixie.”

Emmy

American television production award

Emory

Variant of EMERY.

Enzo

old Italian form of HEINZ

Ernie

a male given name, form of Ernest.

Eva

Form of EVE

Evan

Welsh form of John

Faith

Confidence or trust in a person, thing, or concept

Fanny

the buttocks.

Felix

lucky, successful

Fergus

one of the great warrior kings of Ulster.

Fern

Class of vascular plants

Ferris

Village in Illinois, United States

Finn

Baltic Finnic ethnic group indigenous to Finland

Fiona

Feminine form of FIONN

Fisher

any animal that catches fish for food.

Flash

a brief, sudden burst of bright light: a flash of lightning.

Foxy

Small to medium-sized omnivorous mammal belonging to the family Canidae

Frank

direct and unreserved in speech; straightforward; sincere

Franklin

a freeholder who was not of noble birth.

Freddy

form of Fred

Fritz

to become inoperable.

Fuller

a person who fulls cloth.

Gabby

talkative; garrulous.

Gage

measure, pledge

Garrison

Military base; collective term for a body of troops stationed in a particular location

Garth

an open courtyard enclosed by a cloister.

Gemma

gem, precious ston

George

farmer, earthworker

Georgia

a state in the SE United States

Gia

Diminutive of GIANNA.

Gigi

1944 novella by Colette

Ginger

Species of plant

Gizmo

a gadget or device

Goose

any of numerous wild or domesticated, web-footed swimming birds

Gordie

a hole.

Grace

elegance or beauty of form, manner, motion, or action

Gracie

Diminutive of GRACE.

Grady

descendant of noble

Greta

form of Margaret.

Griffin

a fabled monster, usually having the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion.

Gunner

a person who operates a gun or cannon.

Gus

form of Augustus or Gustave

Guy

a man or boy

Gypsy

nomadic people who originated in northern India. The word was originally a corruption of Egyptian. It is sometimes considered pejorative.

Hadley

U.S. composer and conductor.

Hailey

Variant of HAYLEY.

Hank

a skein, as of thread or yarn.

Hannah

the mother of Samuel

Harley

British statesman.

Harmony

Aspect of music

Harper

a person who plays the harp.

Harvey

battle worthy

Hawkeye

City in Iowa, United States

Hazel

any shrub or small tree belonging to the genus Corylus, of the birch family, having toothed, ovate leaves and bearing edible nuts

Heidi

Swiss novel by Johanna Spyri

Hendrix

American guitarist, singer and songwriter

Henley

a short- or long-sleeved pullover sport shirt, usually of cotton, with a round neckband and an often covered neckline placket.

Henry

home ruler

Hershey

U.S. biologist: helped lay the foundation of modern molecular genetics

Holly

From the English word for the holly tree, ultimately derived from Old English holen.

Honey

Sweet food made by bees mostly using nectar from flowers

Hope

Optimistic attitude of mind

Huck

Fictional character

Hugo

French poet, novelist, and dramatist.

Hulk

Superhero appearing in Marvel Comics publications and related media

Hunter

a person who hunts game or other wild animals for food or in sport.

Ibby

International nongovernmental organization

Iggy

Diminutive of IGNATIUS.

Indy

Indianapolis, Ind.

Inez

form of Agnes

Iris

Part of an eye

Isabella

Latinate form of ISABEL

Ivan

Newer form of the old Slavic name Ioannu

Ivy

a climbing vine, Hedera helix, having smooth, shiny, evergreen leaves, small, yellowish flowers, and black berries, grown as an ornamental.

Izzy

Diminutive of ISIDORE, ISABEL, ISRAEL

Jack

any of various portable devices for raising or lifting heavy objects short heights, using various mechanical, pneumatic, or hydraulic methods.

Jackie

form of Jacqueline

Jackson

son of JACK

Jade

either of two minerals, jadeite or nephrite, sometimes green, highly esteemed as an ornamental stone for carvings, jewelry, etc.

Jake

satisfactory; OK; fine

Jasmine

From the English word for the climbing plant with fragrant flowers that is used for making perfume

Jasper

a compact, opaque, cryptocrystalline variety of quartz, usually colored red: often used in decorative carvings.

Jenna

Variant of JENNY

Jersey

a close-fitting, knitted sweater or shirt.

Jesse

the father of David

Jessie

form of Jessica

Jill

a girl or young woman.

Joey

any young animal, especially a kangaroo.

Johnny

a familiar term of address for a man or boy.

Jordan

Country in the Middle East

Jordyn

Feminine variant of JORDAN.

Josie

a female given name, form of Josephine.

Judge

a public officer authorized to hear and decide cases in a court of law

Julia

Feminine form of the Roman family name JULIUS.

Juliet

character in Romeo and Juliet

June

Sixth month in the Julian and Gregorian calendars

Juno

the ancient Roman queen of heaven, a daughter of Saturn and the wife and sister of Jupiter

French Bulldog Playing with Toy

French Bulldog Playing with Toy

French Bulldog Names: K-Q

NameDefinition

Kade

Variant of CADE.

Kadence

Melodic and/or harmonic configuration at the end of a phrase, section, or piece of music

Kali

Hindu goddess associated with empowerment

Kallie

Variant of CALLIE.

Kane

rent paid in kind, especially a percentage of a farm crop.

Karma

Intent and actions of an individual influence the future of that individual

Kate

form of Katherine or Catherine.

Kayla

Use of the name was greatly increased in the 1980s after the character Kayla Brady

Kelsey

Fierce island

Khloe

Variant of CHLOE.

King

a male sovereign or monarch; a man who holds by life tenure, and usually by hereditary right, the chief authority over a country and people.

Kirby

a fishhook having an even bend.

Knight

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

Kobe

Designated city in Kansai, Japan

Kolbe

German sculptor.

Lacy

of or resembling lace; lacelike

Lady

a woman who is refined, polite, and well-spoken

Landon

long hill

Layla

Night

Leah

the first wife of Jacob

Lebron

American basketball player

Leia

Fictional character in the Star Wars franchise

Lena

Short form of names ending in lena, such as HELENA, MAGDALENA or YELENA.

Lenny

form of Leonard

Leroy

the king

Levi

joined, attached

Lewis

a device for lifting a dressed stone, consisting of a number of pieces fitting together to fill a dovetailed recess cut into the stone.

Lexi

Diminutive of ALEXANDRA or ALEXIS.

Libby

U.S. chemist: Nobel Prize 1960.

Liberty

freedom from arbitrary or despotic government or control.

Lilo

Short form of LISELOTTE.

Lily

any scaly-bulbed plant of the genus Lilium, having showy, funnel-shaped or bell-shaped flowers.

Lincoln

Former US President

Lizzy

Diminutive of ELIZABETH.

Logan

little hollow

Lola

form of Charlotte or Dolores.

London

Capital of the United Kingdom

Louie

Diminutive of LOUIS.

Louis

the Latinized form of LUDWIG

Lucy

the incomplete skeletal remains of a female hominin found in Hadar, Ethiopia

Luke

an early Christian disciple and companion of Paul

Lulu

any remarkable or outstanding person or thing

Luna

the ancient Roman goddess personifying the moon, sometimes identified with Diana.

Mabel

Medieval feminine form of AMABILIS

Mackenzie

son of COINNEACH

Macy

U.S. retail merchant.

Maddie

Diminutive of MADELINE or MADISON.

Madeline

a small shell-shaped cake made of flour, eggs, sugar, and butter and baked in a mold.

Madison

son of MAUD

Magnus

a cycle of years, usually a thousand, that begins with a Golden Age, steadily deteriorates, and ends with a universal catastrophe, either a fire or a flood.

Maisie

a female given name, Scottish form of Margaret.

Malone

descendant of a disciple of Saint JOHN

Mandy

Diminutive of AMANDA.

Marley

Jamaican singer-songwriter

Marty

Diminutive of MARTIN.

Matilda

strength in battle

Mattie

Diminutive of MATILDA or MATTHEW.

Maverick

independent; an unbranded calf, cow, or steer, especially an unbranded calf that is separated from its mother.

Max

maximum.

Maximus

greatest

Maya

the power, as of a god, to produce illusions.

Meeko

American 1995 animated film

Micah

a Minor Prophet of the 8th century b.c.

Miles

Unit of length

Miley

American singer-songwriter and actress

Milo

a grain sorghum having white, yellow, or pinkish seeds, grown chiefly in Africa, Asia, and the U.S.

Mimi

a female given name.

Missy

young miss; girl.

Misty

abounding in or clouded by mist.

Mitzi

German diminutive of MARIA.

Mocha

Type of coffee drink

Mochi

Japanese rice cake made of mochigome, a special kind of rice

Moe

form of Morris or Moses

Monty

Variant of MONTE.

Morgan

one of a breed of light carriage and saddle horses descended from the stallion Justin Morgan.

Morris

Usual medieval form of MAURICE.

Moxie

courageous spirit and determination; perseverance

Muffin

an individual cup-shaped quick bread made with wheat flour, cornmeal, or the lik

Napoleon

French statesman, military leader, and Emperor of the French

Natalia

birthday

Ned

form of Edward.

Nellie

form of Helen.

Nelson

a hold in which pressure is applied to the head, back of the neck, and one or both arms of the opponent.

Nero

Fifth Roman emperor, from AD 54 to 68

Nia

National Intelligence Authority.

Nico

Short form of NICHOLAS

Nikki

Diminutive of NICOLE.

Nina

Russian form of Anna

Noah

the Biblical patriarch who built a ship

Noel

Christmas.

Nola

Diminutive of MAGNOLIA, FINOLA

Nolan

descendant of NUALL

Nora

form of Honora.

Nori

Edible seaweed species of the red algae genus Pyropia

Norm

a standard, model, or pattern.

Norman

northman, referring to a Viking

Oakley

U.S. sharpshooter.

Odin

the ruler of the Aesir and god of war, poetry, knowledge, and wisdom

Olive

an evergreen tree, Olea europaea, of Mediterranean and other warm regions, cultivated chiefly for its fruit.

Oliver

one of the 12 paladins of Charlemagne.

Olivia

form of Olive

Ophelia

character in Hamlet

Oscar

deer friend

Otis

U.S. inventor.

Otto

wealth, fortune

Ozzy

English heavy metal vocalist and songwriter

Pablo

Spanish painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) was a famous bearer of this name.

Paige

servant, page

Paisley

a soft woolen fabric woven with a pattern of colorful and minutely detailed figures.

Pandora

Mythological figure

Paris

Capital of France

Parker

keeper of the park

Paxton

English horticulturist and architect.

Peaches

a type of fruit tree, or its fruit

Peanut

the pod or the enclosed edible seed of the plant, Arachis hypogaea, of the legume family

Pebbles

a small, rounded stone, especially one worn smooth by the action of water.

Penelope

the wife of Odysseus, who remained faithful to him during his long absence at Troy.

Penny

Unit of currency in various countries

Pepper

Family of flowering plants comprising peppers

Percy

English military and rebel leader.

Petunia

any garden plant belonging to the genus Petunia, of the nightshade family

Phoenix

a mythical bird of great beauty fabled to live 500 or 600 years in the Arabian wilderness

Pierre

a city in and the capital of South Dakota, in the central part, on the Missouri River.

Pixie

a fairy or sprite, especially a mischievous one.

Polly

a tame parrot.

Porter

a person hired to carry burdens or baggage, as at a railroad station or a hotel.

Precious

of high price or great value; very valuable or costly: precious metals.

Primrose

any plant of the genus Primula, as P. vulgaris(English primrose ), of Europe, having yellow flowers

Prince

Son of a prince, king, queen, emperor or empress, or other high-ranking person (such as a grand duke)

Princess

a nonreigning female member of a royal family.

Princeton

a borough in central New Jersey

Priscilla

a diminutive of PRISCA

Pumpkin

a large, edible, orange-yellow fruit borne by a coarse, decumbent vine, Cucurbita pepo, of the gourd family.

Quincy

American patriot and writer.

French Bulldogs in Basket

French Bulldogs in Basket

French Bulldog Names: R-Z

NameDefinition

Radar

Object detection system using radio waves

Rafe

Variant of RALPH.

Ralph

to vomit.

Rambo

a fanatically militant or violently aggressive person.

Randy

sexually aroused; lustful; lecherous.

Ranger

forest ranger.

Raven

any of several large, corvine birds having lustrous, black plumage

Rebel

a person who refuses allegiance to, resists, or rises in arms against the government or ruler of his or her country.

Reggie

Diminutive of REGINALD.

Remi

Belgic tribe

Renee

French form of Renata.

Rex

King

Rhett

advice, counsel

Ricky

a male given name, form of Rick.

Rider

a person who rides a horse or other animal, a bicycle, etc.

Riley

Turbid

Ringo

British musician, drummer for the Beatles

Rockwell

U.S. illustrator.

Rocky

full of or abounding in rocks.

Romeo

the romantic lover of Juliet in Shakespeare

Ronin

a samurai who no longer serves a daimyo, or feudal lord.

Rose

any of the wild or cultivated, usually prickly-stemmed, pinnate-leaved, showy-flowered shrubs of the genus Rosa.

Rowan

Common name of a subgenus of flowering plants in the family Rosaceae

Rudy

Diminutive of RUDOLF.

Rufus

red-haired

Rusty

covered with or affected by rust.

Sage

a profoundly wise person; a person famed for wisdom.

Sally

a sortie of troops from a besieged place upon an enemy.

Samantha

Perhaps intended to be a feminine form of SAMUEL

Sammie

a sandwich.

Samson

Last of the judges of the ancient Israelites mentioned in the Book of Judges

Sandy

of the nature of or consisting of sand.

Sarge

Military rank

Sasha

form of Sandra or Alexandra.

Sassy

impertinent; insolent; saucy

Savage

fierce, ferocious, or cruel; untamed

Savannah

Mixed woodland-grassland ecosystem

Sawyer

a person who saws wood, especially as an occupation.

Scarlet

a bright-red color inclining toward orange.

Scooby

Animated cartoon dog

Scooter

vehicle that typically has two wheels with a low footboard between them

Scout

a soldier, warship, airplane, etc., employed in reconnoitering.

Scrappy

made up of scraps or of odds and ends

Shamus

a detective.

Sheba

Oath

Shelby

variant of SELBY

Sierra

Mountain Range

Simba

Main character of The Lion King

Simon

the original name of the apostle Peter.

Sissy

an effeminate boy or man.

Skip

to move in a light, springy manner by bounding forward with alternate hops on each foot.

Sky

Everything that is above the surface of the Earth

Smoky

emitting smoke, especially in large amounts.

Snickers

Brand name chocolate bar made by Mars, Incorporated

Snoopy

Cartoon dog from Peanuts

Snow

Precipitation in the form of ice crystal flakes

Snowflake

one of the small, feathery masses or flakes in which snow falls.

Sophia

Wisdom

Sophie

French form of SOPHIA.

Sparky

emitting or producing sparks.

Spencer

larder, pantry

Spike

a naillike fastener, 3 to 12 inches (7.6 to 30.5 centimeters) long and proportionately thicker than a common nail

Spot

a rounded mark or stain made by foreign matter, as mud, blood, paint, ink, etc.; a blot or speck.

Spud

a potato.

Squirt

to eject liquid in a jet from a narrow orifice: The hose squirted all over us.

Stanley

stone clearing

Star

Astronomical spheroid of plasma

Stella

a four-dollar pattern coin of the U.S. having a metal content based on the metric system

Storm

a disturbance of the normal condition of the atmosphere

Sugar

Generic name for sweet-tasting, soluble carbohydrates

Summer

Hottest of the four temperate seasons

Sunny

abounding in sunshine

Sweetie

sweetheart.

Sydney

Most populous city in Australia

Taco

Mexican dish consisting of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling, salsa and guacamole

Tasha

Short form of NATASHA.

Teddy

Diminutive of EDWARD or THEODORE.

Tesla

a unit of magnetic induction equal to one weber per square meter

Tessa

Diminutive of THERESA.

Theo

Short form of THEODORE, THEOBALD

Tianna

American track and field athlete

Tilly

German general in the Thirty Year War

Tiny

very small; minute; wee.

Tito

Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of TITUS.

Titus

Roman emperor from AD 79 to 81

Tootsie

a sweetheart; darling.

Trapper

a person or thing that traps.

Trixie

Diminutive of BEATRIX.

Tyler

tiler of roofs

Tyson

U.S. boxer.

Upton

Upper Town

Urban

of, relating to, or designating a city or town

Uriah

YAHWEH is my light

Ursala

Swiss-American actress and sex symbol of the 1960s

Valentina

Feminine form of Valentinus

Vance

marsh, fen

Venice

city in northeastern Italy

Venus

an ancient Italian goddess of gardens and spring, identified by the Romans with Aphrodite as the goddess of love and beauty.

Vicky

Diminutive of VICTORIA.

Victoria

the ancient Roman goddess of victory, identified with the Greek goddess Nike.

Vince

form of Vincent.

Violet

Color

Voss

Municipality in Vestland, Norway

Wade

to walk in water, when partially immersed

Watson

U.S. biologist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1962.

Weston

U.S. photographer.

Willy

Diminutive of WILLIAM, WILHELM or WILLEM

Winnie

form of Winston

Woody

abounding with wood

Wrigley

U.S. chewing-gum manufacturer and baseball team owner.

Wyatt

English architect.

Xander

Short form of ALEXANDER

Xavier

Spanish Jesuit missionary, especially in India and Japan.

Xena

Fictional character from the TV series Xena: Warrior Princess

Xia

First dynasty in traditional Chinese history

Yesenia

From Jessenia, the genus name of a variety of palm trees found in South America

Yoda

Fictional character in the Star Wars universe

Yogi

a person who practices yoga.

York

City in North Yorkshire, England

Yoshi

Nintendo character; Name also means good, virtuous, respectable

Ysabelle

Queen consort of France

Yukon

Territory of Canada

Zane

form of John.

Zayla

Town in Awdal, Somaliland

Zeke

Short form of EZEKIEL.

Zelda

form of Griselda

Zillow

American real estate website

Zinc

a ductile, bluish-white metallic element: used in making galvanized iron, brass, and other alloy

Zoe

Means "life" in Greek

Zora

dawn, aurora

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Three Interesting Facts About French Bulldogs

French Bulldogs have been bred to be one of the best companion dogs. Their temperament to be in close contact with human companions. They are adorable and make wonderful additions to a family and are great to cuddle up. All of this information is fairly common knowledge. So here are three interesting facts about French Bulldogs.

Fact 1: They aren't very good swimmers.

Their small compact frame isn't designed to speed through water like a torpedo. Instead, they may require a bit of help from their human friends if a lot of water is involved (for example, a life jacket). One upside to this is how adorable they look in those tiny orange vests.

Fact 2: They love to "talk."

You can tell the breed is heavily influenced to be companion dogs when they have moved away from sharp barks to a more complicated "talk". These can sound like gargles, yips, and growls. While it may feel like it's a full language, any communication gained is strictly through their human bond and routines.

Fact 3: They may need help building a litter.

These loveable doggies may need some human help to get that litter started. That's because of their short compact frame doesn't always work well for starting a family. Lucky for them, their humans can help use science (via artificial insemination) to help them start a new litter of puppies.

Watching a bunch of French Bulldog puppies play is all the explanation needed for why these dogs exist. They are massively adorable, wonderful cuddlers, and great with families. Hopefully, this list of names and article has helped you find the right match for your new family member. If you need a bit more inspiration, check out the video below of cute French Bulldogs.

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