Christmas Dog Names

Dog Names 22/12/2018

If you love Christmas and have a new dog, or if your are just looking for some cute, unique and cool Christmas dog names, you are in the right place. Here is a list of cute Christmas-themed dog names. Below is a list for you to start with ordered alphabetically. We hope you will find just the right Christmas female dog names or Christmas male dog names for your pet.

Tip: You can also use these names on cats, hamsters, and other pets.

Christmas Dog Names

Alfredo: Alfredo means “Elf Counselor” and is old English
Alpine
Amaretto
Amaryllis: A popular holiday season flower
Angel
Angelica
Antler
Arctic
Aspen
Astra
Aubin
Aurora
Avalanche
Baba: Noel Baba is the Turkish equivalent to Santa Claus, although his celebration is associated with New Years
Baby
Bailey
Bear
Belen (Spanish for Bethlehem)
Bell: The peeling of the bells, and bells in general are a traditional aspect of Christmas
Bella
Belle
Bells
Belsnickel: German folklore character
Berry: Winter berries are popular around Christmas Time
Bethlehem
Bianca
Blanca
Blaze
Blitzen
Blizzard
Blue
Bob Cratchit
Bodhi
Boots
Bows
Brandy
Breeze
Buddy the Elf
Burr
Candy
Candy Cane
Canela
Caramel
Carol: Carol is a popular name that relates to bells and singing
Cedar
Charity
Charlie Brown
Cheer
Chestnut
Chili
Chilly
Chimney
Christmas
Cider
Cindy Lou Who
Cinnamon
Clara (from The Nutcracker)
Clarence (angel from It’s a Wonderful Life)
Clark Griswold
Claus
Clementine
Clove
Coal
Cocoa
Cole
Colombe
Comet
Cookie: This is associated to Christmas cookies
Cosmo
Cousin Eddie
Cozy
Cranberry
Cratchit
Crimson
Crispin
Crystal
Cuddles
Cupid
Custard
Dancer
Dasher
David
December
Dickens
Donner
Douglas: This stems from Douglas Fir, which is the traditional type of Christmas Tree
Dove
Drummer
Dulce
Ebenezer
Eggnog
Elf
Elk
Elm
Elsa
Emanuelle
Ember
Emmanuel: Biblical name from the Old Testament
Epiphany
Eve: Adam and Eve
Fable
Faith
February
Felicity
Feliz
Fezziwig
Figgy
Flame
Fleece
Fluffy
Flurry
Fog
Frankincense
Freya
Frost
Frostine
Frosty
Fruit Cake
Furball
Gabriel
Gabrielle
Garland
Garnet
Gem
Ginger: Named for a wintertime classic: gingerbread
Glacier
Glitter
Gloria: Comes from the word Glory
Glory
Glow
Grinch
Gumdrop
Gusty
Halle
Hammy
Happy
Holly: A festive plant with red berries
Honey Ham
Hope
Ice
Iceburg
Icicle
Icy
Igloo
Imani (Swahili for faith)
Ivy: A vining plant associated with wintertime
Jack
Jack Frost
Jack Skellington
Jacob
Jacob Marley
January
Jasper (related to Gaspar, one of the three kings)
Jeanette
Jellybean
Jingle
Jingle Bells
Jolly
Joseph
Joseph: A well known Biblical character
Joy
Julemanden: Danish character whose name translates to “The Yule Man”
Juniper
King
Klaus
Knecht Ruprecht: A companion to St.Nicholas in German folklore
Krampus
Kringle
Kris
Kris (as in Kringle)
Little St. Nick
Lucia
Lucy
Magi
Manger
Marley (as in Jacob, from A Christmas Carol)
Marshmallow
Mary
Mercy
Merry
Midnight
Mikulás: Hungarian version of St.Nicholas
Mint
Miracle
Mistletoe: A festive plant that people kiss under
Mittens
Mocha
Moose
Morozko: Slavik character whose name translated to “Old Man Frost”
Muffs
Myrrh
Narnia
Natalia
Neve
Nia
Nicholas
Nick
Night: Nighttime is generally associated with the beauty of the night during the holiday season
Noel
Noelle
Nog
Noggin
Norah
North Pole
North: As in The North Pole
Nutcracker
Nutmeg
Olentzero: Character in Basque Christmas tradition
Orchid
Oso
Owl
Parka
Partridge
Pearl
Pecan
Penguin
Peppermint Patty
Pine
Pine: A type of Christmas Tree
Plum
Poinsettia
Polar
Polar Bear
Pomander
Prancer
Pudding
Pumpkin
Pumpkin Pie
Ralphie
Red
Reindeer (or: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, et al!)
Rey (Spanish for king)
Ribbon
Rosemary
Rudolph
Rudy
Rum / Rummy
Saint Nick
Santa
Santa’s Little Helper
Scarf Scarf
Scrooge
Sierra
Silver
Slippers
Snickerdoodle
Snow
Snow Man
Snowbabe
Snowball
Snowbank
Snowchild
Snowdog
Snowdrop
Snowflake
Snowy
Snuggles
Socks
Solstice
Sparkle
Spice
Spicy
Spruce
Spruff
Star
Stella: Stella relates to the stars, which are often associated with Christmas
Stocking
Stormy
Sugar
Sugar Plum
Sweet Potato
Taffy
Tannenbaum: Not only is this a type of tree, but it is also traditional Christmas tune
Tinsel
Tiny Tim
Toboggan
Toffee
Topaz
Tundra
Turkish Delight
Twinkle
Vail
Vanilla
Velvet
Vida (Spanish for life)
Vixen
Walnut
Wenceslas
Windy
Winter
Wintergreen: A Christmastime plant
Wolf
Wonder
Wreath
Wren
Yeti
Yukon
Yule
Zuzu

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