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Male Horse Names

Horse Names 12/12/2016

If you have a male horse, you will need to consider some male horse names. There are lots of male horse names you have to choose from. Below is a list for you to start with ordered alphabetically. Some of these male horse names are very cute, cool, unique or unusual, some are people names and some are from different parts of the world.

These are all the best male horse names we can think of. If you know a good male horse name we missed, do the contact and let us know.

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Abacus
Abastor: Greek name meaning “away from the stars” or “deprived of the light of day.
Abatos: Greek name meaning “inaccessible,” in reference to the infernal realm.
Abel
Able
Above
Abracadabra
Abraham
Abrax: Greek name meaning “shining one.” in mythology, this is the name of one of the steeds of aurora.
Abraxas: Greek myth name of one of the horses belonging to the sun god helios.
Abrazo
Acclaimed
Ace
Ace of spades
Acer
Achemy
Achilles
Acker
Acorn
Actaeon: Latin form of Greek aktaion, meaning “effulgence.” in mythology, this is the name of a hunter who was torn to pieces by his own dogs.
Adagio
Adam
Adios
Admiral
Aesop
Aeton: Greek myth name of one pluto’s horses, usually rendered “swift as an eagle.”
Africa
African
Afterglow
Agent
Agripin: Russian form of Greek agrippas, meaning “wild horse.”
Agrippa: Latin form of Greek agrippas, meaning “wild horse.” in the new testament bible, this is the name of the herod agrippa who ordered the execution of the apostle james, and the imprisonment of peter.
Agrippas (αγρίππας): Greek name meaning “wild horse.” in the new testament bible, this is the name of the herod agrippa who ordered the execution of the apostle james, and the imprisonment of peter.
Ahearn
Aherin
Akela
Aktaion: Greek myth name of a hunter who was torn to pieces by his own dogs, meaning “effulgence.” he was then transformed into a deer, thus himself becoming the hunted.
Aladdin
Alamo
Alaska
Alastair
Alastor: Greek name meaning “avenging spirit.” in mythology, this is the name of the daimon spirit of family blood feuds, the afflicter of vengeance upon children for the crimes of their fathers.
Albert
Alcapone
Alcatraz
Alchemist
Alex
Alexander
Alf
Alfi
Alfie
Alfred
Algae
Ali
Ali Baba
Allegro
Almonds
Aloysius
Alpaca
Alpha
Alpine
Alto
Amadeus
Amado
Amaretto
Amazon
Ambassador
Ambrosia
American
Amethyst
Amigo
Amour
Amulet
Andy
Angel
Angelo
Angus
Apache
Apollo
Applause
Apple
April
Aquiline: Roman Latin name meaning “like an eagle.” in tasso’s jerusalem delivered, this is the name of raymond’s steed, bred on the banks of the tagus.
Archibald
Archie
Archimedes
Archippos: Greek name composed of the elements archos “master” and hippos “horse,” hence “master of horses.”
Archippus: Latin form of Greek archippos, meaning “master of horses.”
Arion
Arion: Greek name meaning “martial; war-horse.” in mythology, this is the name of the horse hercules gave to adrastos; it was a horse of neptune which he brought out of the earth by striking it with his trident.
Aristotle
Arizona
Armand
Armstrong
Arnie
Arnold
Arod
Artax
Arther
Artist
Ash
Asian
Assault
Asterix
Asti
Atlanta
Atlantic Black
Atlas
Atreyu
Augustus
Austin
Auston
Automn
Babe
Babel
Bacardi
Badge
Badger
Bagel
Bagheera
Bahamas
Baiard: Old french name derived from the word baiard, meaning “foolhardy.” in medieval Romances, this was the name of a magic horse from the legends of the chansons de geste (“songs of heroic deeds”) which was given to renaud by charlemagne.
Bailey
Bait
Bajardo: Spanish form of french bayard, meaning “bay color.” this was the name of rinaldo’s horse, once the property of amadis of gaul.
Baldwin
Balios
Baloo
Bambi
Bambino
Bamboo
Bandido
Bandit
Banjo
Barnaby
Barnacle
Barney
Baron
Barry
Bart
Bartholomew
Bashful
Basil
Basket
Batman
Baxter
Bayard: Old french name derived from the word baie, meaning “reddish brown” or “bright bay color.” in medieval Romances, this was the name of a magic horse from the legends of the chansons de geste (“songs of heroic deeds”) which was given to renaud by charlemagne.
Bayardo: Variant spelling of Spanish bajardo, meaning “bay color.”
Baz
Bazooka
Bear
Beau
Beaver
Becks
Beefeater
Beethoven
Bellino
Ben
Benji
Benjy
Benny
Bentley
Berlin
Berlioz
Bertie
Big brown
Biggles
Bijou
Bilbo
Bill
Billy
Bingo
Bird
Biscuit
Bishop
Bisou
Black
Black Jack
Black cloud
Black diamond
Black magic
Black winter
Blackberry
Blackie
Blade
Blake
Blizzard
Blue
Blueberry
Blueskin
Bluey
Blur
Blustery
Bob
Bobbie
Bobby
Bobo
Bobtail
Bogart
Bogie
Bojangles
Bolero
Bones
Bonjour
Bono
Boomer
Boomerang
Boots
Boris
Born
Boston
Bouncer
Bowie
Boxer
Boy
Bracken
Brahms
Brains
Bramble
Brave
Braveheart
Bravo
Brazil
Bream
Brego
Brie
Brigadore: French name of sir guyon’s horse in spencer’s faërie queene, which had a distinguishing black spot in its mouth, like a horse-shoe in shape, meaning “golden-bridle.”
Brigliadoro: Spanish form of french brigliadore, meaning “golden-bridle.” this is the name of orlando’s famous charger in orlando furioso, second only to bayardo in swiftness and wonderful powers.
Bronze
Bronzomarle: Arthurian legend name of a horse belonging to sir launcelot greaves, meaning “a mettlesome sorrel.”
Brown
Brown sugar
Brownie
Bruce
Bruno
Brutus
Bubba
Bubble
Bubbler
Bubbles
Bubbly
Bucephalos
Buck
Buckster
Bud
Buddy
Bugsy
Bull
Bullet
Bullseye
Bumble
Bumper
Bunny
Burger
Burgundy
Burly
Burma
Burmese
Burp
Busker
Buster
Butch
Butler
Butter
Butterfly
Buttermilk
Buttons
Buzz
Caballo
Cactus
Cadence
Cadet
Caesar
Cafe au lait
Cajun
Calisson
Calvin
Calypso
Camembert
Cameo
Cameron
Canada
Capitaine
Capone
Cappuccino
Cappucino
Captain
Captain Marvel
Caramel
Caribbean
Carlton
Carrot
Casanova
Casino
Casper
Catfish
Caviar
Cedar
Cedric
Celer: Roman name meaning “swift.” this is the name of the horse of the Roman emperor verus. it was fed on almonds and raisins, covered with royal purple, and stalled in the imperial palace.
Celestial
Celtic
Centaur: In Greek mythology, this was the name of a type of creature part human and part horse.
Cerus: Greek name meaning “fit.” in mythology, this is the name of the horse belonging to adrastos that was swifter than the wind.
Chad
Chalky
Champagne
Champion
Chance
Chancellor
Chandler
Chantilly
Charlie
Charm
Charming
Chasing Dragons
Chaz
Cheese
Cherokee
Chesney
Chess
Chester
Chestnut
Chetak
Chianti
Chico
Chief
Chilli
Chips
Chocks
Chocolate
Chocolate chip
Chub
Chuck
Chuckie
Chuckles
Chucky
Chunky
Churchill
Cilantro
Cinamon
Cincinnati
Cinnamon
Cisco
Clark
Clash
Classic
Clavileno: Spanish name meaning “wooden-pin wing-bearer.” this is the name of the wooden horse don quixote and sancho panza mounted to achieve the liberation of dolori’da and her companions.
Clearwater
Clever
Clifford
Cling
Cloud
Cloudy
Clover
Clubs
Clunky
Clyde
Cobra
Cobweb
Coco
Coconut
Cod
Cold
Collin
Colonel
Colorado
Columbo
Comanche
Comet
Comino
Commodore
Conan
Concerto
Concorde
Condor
Confetti
Confucius
Conger
Connor
Conquest
Conrad
Cookie
Copenhagen
Copper
Corn
Corporal
Cosmo
Cotillon
Cotton
Cottonball
Cougar
Courageous
Cousteau
Cowboy
Coyote
Crazy
Crescendo
Cricket
Crocket
Crunchie
Cupcake
Curly
Cyclone
Cyclops
Da Vinci
Dale
Dallas
Damian
Damon
Dan
Dancer
Dandy
Daniel
Danny
Darius
Dark
Dark knight
Dark sunshine
Dart
Darth
Daryl
Dave
Davey
David
Dawson
Deano
Deep impact
Delicious
Dell
Dellboy
Delta
Dennis
Denver
Denzel
Deputy
Derek
Derrick
Devils Nightmare
Dexter
Dez
Diablo
Diamond
Diddle
Diego
Diesel
Digby
Digger
Dillon
Dinky
Director
Disco
Dodger
Dog
Domino
Don
Donald
Donut
Doug
Dougal
Douglas
Dragon
Dragonfly
Drakkar
Dream
Dreamer
Drummer
Dubai
Dublin
Dude
Duet
Duke
Dumbledore
Duncan
Dusk
Dusty
Dylan
Dynamite
Eachann: Scottish gaelic name composed of the elements each “horse” and donn “brown,” hence “brown horse.” hector is an anglicized form.
Eagle
Earl
Echo
Eclipse
Eddie
Eddy
Edgar
Edison
Edward
Eggbert
Egypt
Einstein
Eldorado
Elijah
Eliot
Elliot
Elmo
Elroy
Elvis
Elwood
Embarr: Irish gaelic name meaning “imagination.” in mythology, this is the name of the heroine niamh’s magical horse that could cross the sea and land without touching the water or the ground.
Emerson
Emmet
Emmett
Emperor
Empire
Enterprise
Enzo
Eoos: Greek name meaning “day-break.” in mythology, this is the name of one of the horses of the sun.
Equinox
Eric
Ernest
Eros
Errol
Erythreos: Greek name meaning “red-producer.” in mythology, this is the name of a horse of the sun.
Espresso
Esprit
Ethiops: Greek name meaning “flashing.” in mythology, this is the name of one of the horses of the sun.
Eton: Variant spelling of Greek aeton, meaning “swift as an eagle.” in mythology, this is the name of one of pluto’s four night-black steeds.
Eureka
Europa
Everest
Ewok
Excalibur
Exeter
Exodus
Expresso
Fabian
Fabio
Fable
Fagan
Fairfax
Faithful
Fajita
Falafel
Falcon
Fang
Fanta
Farouk
Faster
Fatcat
Fauntleroy
Faustus
Felix
Ferrari
Ferret
Ferris
Festin
Festus
Fez
Fickel
Fido
Figaro
Filbert
Fin
Fingers
Finley
Finnegan
Finny
Fire
Fire Storm
Fireball
Fired
Firefly
Firefoot: This was the name of a horse owned by eomer in tolkien’s lord of the rings.
Firenze
Fish
Fishbone
Fishcake
Fishface
Fishy
Fizz
Fjord
Flake
Flame
Flamenco
Flannel
Flapper
Flash
Flea
Flicker
Flinley
Flint
Flipper
Flopsy
Florence
Flotsam
Flounder
Floyd
Fluffy
Flurry
Flush
Fly away
Fondue
Fonz
Fonzie
Footloose
Forest
Forever
Fox
Fozzy
Frank
Frankie
Franklin
Frasier
Freckles
Fred
Freddy
Fredrick
Freedom
French
Freud
Friday
Frodo
Frontaletto: Italian name meaning “little head.” this is the name of sacripant’s charger in orlando furioso.
Fudge
Fuego
Fungus
Funky
Furball
Furr
Fuzzie
Gabilan
Gaelic
Galactic
Galathe: Greek name meaning “cream-colored.” in mythology, this is the name of one of hector’s horses.
Galileo
Gambit
Gamin
Gandalf
Garfield
Garth
Gatsby
Gavin
Gazpacho
Gecko
Geekie
Geezer
Gemini
General
Genesis
Genie
Gentleman
George
Geronimo
Ghost
Ghost rider
Gideon
Gidget
Giggles
Gigi
Gigolo
Gilbert
Gills
Ginger
Gingerbread
Gingersnap
Gingham
Gino
Ginseng
Gipper
Gizmo
Gladious
Gladstone
Glorious
Gnome
Gobble
Goblin
Golden
Golden champagne
Goldeneye
Goldfinger
Goliath
Gomez
Gooch
Gopher
Gouda
Governor
Grane: German name meaning “grey-colored.” in germanic legend, this is the name of siegfrid’s swift horse.
Grant
Graphite
Green
Gremlin
Grey
Greyfell: Norwegian name meaning “grey colored.” in norse mythology, this is the name of sigur�r’s horse.
Gringo
Gringolet: French arthurian legend name probably meaning either “white-hardy” or “handsome-hardy.” this was the name of sir gawain’s horse, famous for his ability in combat.
Grizzly
Groovy
Gulliver
Gulltoppr: Old norse name meaning “golden mane.” in mythology, this is the name of the horse of heimdall.
Gumbo
Gums
Gunther
Guppi
Gustav
Gypsy
Haddock
Hades
Hadley
Hagen
Haggis
Hamilton
Hamish
Hamlet
Hancock
Happy
Hardy
Harley
Harold
Harpagos: Greek name meaning “one that carries off rapidly.” in mythology, this is the name of one of the horses of the gemini twins castor and pollux.
Harpo
Harry
Harvey
Haughty
Hawk
Hazy
Heart
Hector: Anglicized form of scottish gaelic eachann, meaning “brown horse.” compare with another form of hector.
Hengist: Old english name meaning “stallion.” in english legend, this is the name of the brother of horsa, and ruler of kent. in arthurian legend, he was killed by uther pendragon.
Hengroen: Arthurian legend name of king arthur’s horse, meaning “old skin.”
Henry
Herbie
Hercules
Herman
Hermes
Hero
Hexmark: This was the name of a steed belonging to liu bei, a powerful warlord and emperor of the kingdom of shu in ancient china.
Highlander
Hipolit: Polish form of Greek hippolytos, meaning “horse-freer.”
Hippo
Hippolytus: Latin form of Greek hippolytos, meaning “horse-freer.”
Hocus pocus
Hollywood
Homeboy
Homer
Homey
Honest
Hooch
Hooper
Hoover
Hoppy
Horace
Horatio
Horsa: Old english name meaning “horse.” in english legend, this is the name of a warrior and brother of hengist.
Hot
Hotshot
Houdini
Houston
Howard
Howey
Hubert
Huck
Hudson
Hugh
Hugo
Hulk
Humphrey
Hunter
Husky
Hydra
Ibis
Icarus
Ice cube
Iceman
Ike
Ilderim: Arabic word for ” a model arabian stallion.”
Image
Imperial black
Impossible
Impressive
Inca
Incitatus: Latin name meaning “spurred on.” this is the name of a horse belonging to Roman emperor caligula. it had an ivory manger, and drank wine out of a golden pail.
Indiana
Indigo
Indy
Inferno
International
Ippolit
Irish
Iron
Izzy
Jack
Jacko
Jackpot
Jackson
Jacques
Jake
Jam
Jamaica
Jambon
Jamie
Jarvis
Jason
Jasper
Jaws
Jazz
Jazzman
Jeanclaude
Jeanluc
Jeanpaul
Jed
Jedda
Jedi
Jeeves
Jeffery
Jekyl
Jekyll
Jelly
Jelly bean
Jenks
Jericho
Jerome
Jerry
Jersey
Jet
Jethro
Jetsam
Jetset
Jewel
Jigaru
Jigsaw
Jim
Jimbo
Jiminy
Jimmy
Jingles
Jinny
Jinx
Jockey
Joe
Joey
Johny
Joker
Jonah
Jose
Joshua
Josie
Juan
Julian
Jumbo
Jump
Jumping
Junior
Jupiter
Kahlua
Kaiser
Kelpie
Kentucky
Kerecacpa: Avestan name meaning “he of the lean horse.” in mythology, this is the name of a hero god of second-rank in heaven who avenges his brother urvaksha.
Kermit
King
Kipper
Kirk
Kiss
Kiwi
Knight
Kookaburra
Kuzco
Lambert
Lampon: Greek name meaning “the bright one.” in mythology, this is the name of one of the mares of diomed.
Lampos: Greek name meaning “shining like a lamp.” in mythology, this is the name of one of the steeds of the sun at noon.
Lancelot
Larry
Laurel
Lead Foot
Lee
Legend
Lemon
Lennon
Leo
Leonardo
Leroy
Lestat
Lester
Level
Lewis
Lex
Lexus
Liam
Lickety Split
Licorice
Lightling
Limelight
Lincoln
Ling
Linguini
Lion
Lisbon
Litmus
Logie
Lomax
Lone Ranger
Looney
Lord
Lorenzo
Lottery
Lotus
Louie
Louis
Luagor: Arthurian legend name of sir caradoc’s horse, meaning “host splitter.”
Luca
Lucky
Ludwig
Luigi
Lunatic
Luther
Macaroni
Macaulay
Macbeth
Macintosh
Mackenzie
Macmillan
Madrid
Maestro
Magic
Magic carpet
Magnum
Magnus
Magpie
Mahogany
Majestic
Major
Malcolm
Malibu
Mallory
Mambo
Mango
Marble
Marcel
March: Welsh name probably derived from the word march, meaning “horse.” in arthurian legend, this is the name of the king of kernow (cornwall) to whom isolde was brought as a bride by tristan.
Marcus
Marengo: Italian name meaning “of the sea.” this was the name of napoleon’s horse which was captured by the british and outlived napoleon by eight years.
Margh: Cornish form of english mark (from the welsh), probably meaning “horse.”
Mark: Anglicized form of welsh march, meaning “horse.” in arthurian legend, this is the name of a king of cornwall.
Marley
Marmaduke
Marmalade
Marshmallow
Martini
Marvin
Master
Matrix
Maverick
Max
Maximillian
Maximus
Maxwell
Maynard
Meatloaf
Melvin
Memphis
Mercury
Merlin
Mexico
Mickey
Midas
Midget
Midnight
Midnight express
Midnight sun
Miles
Milky
Millenium
Milo
Milord
Minstrel
Miracle
Monday
Money
Monster
Moon
Morgan
Morning
Morocco
Morris
Moses
Mountain
Mouse
Mozart
Mr Bojangles
Muddles
Muffin
Mulder
Murphy
Mustang
Mustard
Mutley
Mysterious
Napoleon
Nash
Nathan
Navajo
Navigator
Ned
Neddy
Nelly
Nelson
Nemo
Neo
Neon
Neptune: Short form of Latin neptunus, probably meaning “moist, wet.” in mythology, this is the name of a god of horses and the sea. his Greek name is poseidon.
Nero
Newton
Nibbles
Nicholas
Nick
Nifty
Night Bringer
Night Fright
Night Storm
Nijinsky
Ninja
Nirvana
Noah
Noble
Noel
Nonios: Greek myth name of one of pluto’s four night-black steeds, said to be “quick as light.”
Norway
Notorious
Nougat
November
Nugget
Nutcracker
Nutmeg
Nuts
Oasis
Obelix
Obi
Ocean
October
Odis
Oliver
Olivier
Ollie
Olympic
Onix
Onyx
Oreo
Orion
Orlando
Oscar
Osman
Oswald
Othello
Otis
Ottis
Overjoyed
Owen
Oxford
Ozwald
Ozzie
Ozzy
Pablo
Pacific
Pacino
Paddington
Paddy
Paint
Paint it black
Pal
Panther
Paris
Parker
Partner
Patch
Patches
Patchwork
Pate a choux
Patrick
Patriot
Paws
Peanut
Peanuts
Pebbles
Pegasus: Latin form of Greek pegasos, meaning “born near the pege (source of the ocean, spring, or well).” in mythology, this is the name of a winged horse who was the son of poseidon and the gorgon medusa, and brother to the giant chrysaor.
Penguin
Pepper
Peppercorn
Pepsi
Percy
Perfect
Perkins
Pete
Peter
Petey
Phaeton: Greek name meaning “the shining one.” in mythology, this is the name of one of the steeds of aurora. the other is abrax.
Phallas: Greek name meaning “stallion.” this was the name of a horse belonging to heraclios.
Phenomenon
Phlegon: Greek myth name of one of the horses of the noon-day sun, meaning “the burning one” or “the blazing one.”
Phoenix
Picasso
Pierre
Pieter
Pike
Pilgrim
Pilot
Piper
Pirate
Pirrin
Poker
Polar
Polo: From the vocabulary word for a ball game played on horseback.
Pongo
Pony express
Popcorn
Popeye
Porto
Poseidon: Latin form of Greek poseidôn, meaning “lord, husband.” in mythology, this is the name of a god of horses and the sea, known as the “earth-shaker.” he is equated with Roman neptune.
Powder
Presley
Presto
Pride
Prince
Prince charming
Prize
Professor
Pug
Pumpkin
Punch
Punk
Puroeis: Greek name meaning “fiery hot.” in mythology, this is the name of one of the horses of the noon-day sun.
Puzzle
Pyrois: Greek name meaning “fiery.” in mythology, this is the name of one of the horses of the sun.
Quantum
Quest
Quick
Quicky
Quiet
Racer
Rafiki
Rage
Rain
Rainbow
Raindrop
Ralph
Rambo
Rameesh
Rameses
Randall
Randy
Ranger
Raoul
Raphael
Rapid
Rapide
Rascal
Rasputin
Ratatouille
Rattail
Raven
Raymond
Rebel
Rebound
Red
Reflexion
Rembrandt
Remus
Renoir
Resprendent
Rhonda
Rhubarb
Rhythmic
Ricky
Rico
Ring
Rio
Riptide
Rocco
Rock
Rocket
Rocky
Rodeo
Rodney
Roger
Roheryn
Romeo
Romulus
Roper
Rory
Ross
Rouge
Rowan
Royal
Ruben
Rudolph
Ruffles
Rufus
Rupert
Rush
Rush hour
Russell
Rusty
Ryan
Salty
Sam
Sammy
Samson
Sandstone
Sandstorm
Santiago
Sargento
Saturn
Scales
Scooby
Scottie
Scotty
Scout
Scrappy
Scraps
Scrooge
Scruffy
Scuba
Scully
Seamus
Sebastian
Secret
Selection
September
Sequoia
Sesamo
Seth
Shadow
Shan
Shark
Shining star
Shorty
Show business
Showbiz
Sidney
Sigmund
Silence
Silver
Simba
Singer
Skate
Sky
Slammer
Sleipnir: Old norse name meaning “gliding; smooth.” in mythology, this was the name of odin’s grey, eight-legged steed, the greatest of all horses which could traverse either land or sea.
Smithers
Smoke
Smokey
Smudge
Snapper
Snoopy
Snoppy
Snow
Snowball
Snowman
Snowy
Socks
Socrates
Solar eclipse
Soldier
Solomon
Sonic
Sonny
Sooty
Sorbet
Sorcerer
Spades
Spaghetti
Spain
Spartacus
Special
Speedy
Spice
Spider
Spike
Spirit
Splash
Spooky
Spud
Spumador: Arthurian legend name of a horse belonging to king arthur, meaning “the foaming one.”
Squeak
Squeaky
Squid
Squirt
Squishy
Stanley
Star
Stinger
Stingray
Storm
Storm Horse
Stormy
Story
Strawberry
Strike
Stripes
Strong
Sudoku
Sueno
Sugar
Sultan
Sunlight
Sunny
Sunrise
Sunset
Survivor
Sushi
Svadilfari: Old norse name meaning “disaster; ill-fated.” in mythology, this was the name of a magical stallion belonging to a frost giant.
Sweet
Sweety
Tabasco
Tahiti
Tangiers
Tango
Tank
Tap dance
Tapshoes
Tarot
Tarzan
Tasunke: Native american dakota name meaning “horse.”
Tattoo
Taxi
Taz
Teddy
Teddy bear
Tempo
Tennessee
Tequila
Tetra
Texas
Thai
The Machine
Thoar
Thomar
Thor
Thunder
Thunderstorm
Tiger
Tigger
Titan
Tobias
Toblerone
Toby
Toffee
Tolstoy
Tom
Tomahawk
Tomba
Tomcat
Tommy
Tomtom
Tonka
Tonto
Top
Topaz
Topcat
Tornado
Toronto
Tranquil
Tranquillity
Traveler
Treacle
Treasure
Trevor
Tricky
Tristan
Triton
Troy
Truffles
Trumpet
Tucker
Twain
Twist
Tyson
Tzar
Unexpected
Unity
Uno
Upscale
Urvaksha: Avestan name meaning “the one who has the fat horse.” in mythology, this is the name of a god avenged by his brother kerecacpa.
Valdez
Valentino
Van
Vangogh
Vanilla
Vegas
Vesper
Victorious
Viking
Vincent
Virgo
Vito
Volcanic
Volcano
Voyager
Wally
Walter
Wanda
Wapiti
Warrior
Watson
Wave
Wavy
Wayne
Weasel
Welcome
Wendell
Wesley
Western
Whale
Whiskers
Whisky
Whisper
White
Whitewater
Whiz Kid
Widget
Wiggle
Wiggler
Wilberforce
Wilbur
Wild
Wildfire
Wiley
Wilfred
William
Willow
Willy
Wimpy
Wind
Wind Chaser
Windsor
Windy
Winston
Wizard
Woddy
Wolf
Wombat
Wonder
Woodstock
Working
Wriggler
Xanadu
Xanthos
Xavier
Yang
Yankee
Yellow
Ying
Yoda
Yohi
Yosemite
Yoshi
Young
Yu
Yummy
Zach
Zachary
Zak
Zanzibar
Zed
Zen
Zephyr
Zeus
Ziggy
Zip
Zippo
Zippy
Zodiac
Zombie
Zoo
Zoomer
Zorro

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