Aragonese Dog Names

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Introduction

Aragon is a beautiful country in Northeastern Spain with a population of over 1.3 million people. This lovely area boasts gorgeous orchards and pastures, stunning valleys, the arid steppe plains, and the Pyrenees Mountains. The capital of Aragonese, Zaragoza, was founded in the late fifth century by Roman Emperor Augustus. In the 12th century, bitter struggles in the kingdom between kings and nobles broke out and thus began a string of kings, queens, and other noblemen who took over political power. The names of these kings, queens, and their noblemen were often used as names for children as well as pets.

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Aragonese Dog Name Considerations

Naming your new furever furiend is a big deal, and you should take your time in doing so. You don’t want to give your doggo just any title you can come up with because they are going to be with you a long time. In Aragon, it is common to see the names of nobility such as Peter, Alfonso, John, Ferdinand, and Henry for the boys and Isabella, Joanna, Madelina, Petronilla, and Isperia for the girls. However, you don’t have to pick a noble name for your best friend. You can find another moniker that goes with the Aragonese theme.

For example, the capital of Aragon is Zaragoza, and the two other provinces are Teruel and Huesca, which are all pawesome names for a pooch. The states of Catalonia and Valencia go with Aragon to compose the crown of Aragon, and both of those names would be terrific names for pups. Some of the other favored territories in that area of Spain include Athens, Sardinia, Naples, Barcelona, Sicily, and Majorca, which are all cute names for pooches. You could also choose Iberia since it is on the Iberian Peninsula or Ebro for the largest river that runs through it. 

Male Aragonese Dog Names

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Ramiro
The first Aragonese Monarch (1035 to 1063)
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Sancho
The second Aragonese Monarch and first King of Navarre (1063-1094)
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Peter
Son of Sancho and second King of Navarre (1094-1104)
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Alfonso
Second son of Sancho, and third King of Navarre and first King of Aragon (1104-1134)
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John
King of Aragon from 1387 to 1396
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Martin
King of Aragon from 1396 to 1410
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Ferdinand
King of Aragon from 1412 to 1416
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Henry
King of Aragon from 1462 to 1463
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Charles
King of Aragon from 1516 to 1556
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Philip
King of Aragon from 1556 to 1598
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Bitor
The Aragonese form of Victor, which means conquerer in Latin
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Lión
Great name for a large yellow dog
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Tomas
From St. Thomas the Apostle and is Latin for twin
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Agostin
A variant of August and means glorified in Latin
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Remund
Aragonese for Raymond, which is German for protector
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Vidal
An Aragonese name for Vito, which means life
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Benedet
Aragonese for Benedict and means blessed in Latin
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Solanus
From the Aragon name Solano, meaning a place exposed to sun
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Chesus
Aragonese for Jesus, better known as Jesus Christ
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Pero
Means Peter in Aragonese and a saint of the Catholics
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Moisen
An Aragonese variant of Moses after the renowned prophet
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Ugo
Means intelligent spirit in Igbo
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Ferrando
Aragonese for Fernando and means journey in Spanish
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Paulo
Another name for Paul in Aragonese
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Chaime
Means Jacob or James in Aragonese
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Gilabert
Gilabert de Centelles y de Cabrera was a Viceroy of Sicily
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Salvador
Means savior in Latin, Spanish, Catalan, and Portuguese
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Oracio
Aragonese for Horace, which is French for Horatius
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Alixandre
A variant of Alexander and means defender of man
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Lorient
Means commune in French and is a town in France

Female Aragonese Dog Names

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Petronilla
Queen of Aragon from 1137 to 1164
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Isperia
Aragonese for Hesperia, who was a Greek goddess
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Joanna
Queen of Castile from 1516 to 1555
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Emma
A Germanic name meaning whole or universal
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Madalena
The Aragonese variant of Magdalene and is a town in Spain
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Zaragoza
The capital of Aragon, translates to Saragossa in English
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Acibella
Variant of Aizivella and Aragonese for good
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Lena
The Aragonese form of Helena and means alluring in Greek
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Izarbe
A chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary and means star in Aragonese
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Vicena
The feminine Aragonese form of Vincent and means to conquer in Dutch
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Olaria
The patron saint of Barcelona and means sweet in Aragonese
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Mercet
Aragonese for Mercedes and means mercy in Spanish
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Agnessona
Diminutive of Agnes and means chaste in Aragonese
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Rafella
The Aragonese feminine form of Raphael, which means God heals in Hebrew
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Zelena
Aragonese for Selene and was the Greek goddess of the moon
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Graziella
An Aragonese variant of Grace and means graceful in Italian
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Valentina
The feminine Aragonese form of Valentine and means strong in Hebrew
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Rexina
An Aragonese derivative of Rexanne and means destiny in Old Persian
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Baleria
Another name for ballerina in Aragonese and great for a graceful pup
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Elisenda
The Queen of Aragon (1324 – 1327) and wife of James II of Aragon
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Annika
Aragonese diminutive of Anna and means grace
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Sancha
Variant of Sancia in Aragonese and means sacred in Latin
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Penya
Aragonese for Pena and means solid or rock in Spanish
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Alicia
Means noble one in Aragonese
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Carmeta
Aragonese form of Carmen and means song in Spanish
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Roxio
A variant of Rocio in Aragonese and means dewy
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Pilaria
Aragonese variant of Pilar, which means pillar
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Ixinia
A feminine Aragonese form of Hyginus and means healthy in Greek
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Francha
Aragonese for Francesca, the feminine form of Francis, which means French
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Chacinta
Another name for Jacinta in Aragonese and means Hyacinthus

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