Austria Dog Names

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Introduction

If you're reading this, then you've been looking for some Austrian dog name ideas. Known for their coffee houses leftover from the Turks, their booze, fascination with death, and love of folk costumes, the Austrians have a rich culture to draw inspiration from. They are the perfect group to look to for creative direction of every kind, including dog names. The following is a collection of 60 names that are popular in Austria. Half are female, the other is male. Take a look at them, read the meanings of each carefully, and make a note of the options that stand out to you! 

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Austria Dog Name Considerations

Whenever people begin the process of naming their new pets, especially dogs, there's a certain level of pressure. The name needs to be perfect, it needs to make sense, and it needs to flow. Many drive themselves up a wall, unable to find something that rolls off the tongue perfectly. 

And it makes sense: it feels that way because most people truly love animals. Most people take a look at a dog's face in a shelter, or a breeder's home, and see pure joy. To name the dog something that doesn't seem quite right or doesn't make much sense seems like a disservice. 

But there's only a handful of things to really consider when naming a dog. For instance, breed, appearance, size, gender, preferences, and personality. Essentially, who the dog is, both in and out. And if you don't have this information, then it becomes all about you as a person. Consider pop culture references you find interesting, such as characters from a show, a song name, or famous locations based on a work of fiction. 

Go with whatever it is you know, try to imagine saying it several times per day for years to come, and trust your instinct. When it's the right choice, you'll know. 

Male Austria Dog Names

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Manfred
Man of peace
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Alexander
Originally Greek; means "guardian"
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Johnathan
Gift from God
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Martin
Servant of Mars; god of War
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Gerhard
Strong with the spear
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Stefan
Crown or wreath; variant of Stephen
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Thomas
From the Greek word of the Aramaic name "Ta'oma," meaning "twin"
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Adolf
Variant of Adolph; meaning "noble wolf"
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Arian
Originating from Adria (Venice); means "dull black, or dark"
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Clemens
Variant of Clement; means "gentle"
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Anas
Friendly neighbor
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Eunji
Successful in life
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Jonas
Variant of Hebrew Jonah; means "dove"
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Jovan
God is with us
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Konstantin
Variant of Constantine; means "steady; stable"
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Patrick
From the Latin name "Patricius," meaning "nobleman"
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Robert
Germanic name meaning "bright with glory"
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Walter
Ruler of the army
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Abdelrahman
Servant of the All-Merciful
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Ahmet
Highly praised; one who constantly thanks God
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Aladar
Hungarian form of Aladdin, meaning "servant of Allah"
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Aron
Variant of Aaron; mean "exalted; high mountain"
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Atef
The kind one
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Christoph
Variant of Christopher; "he who holds Christ in his heart"
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Daniel
God is my judge
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Egon
Strong with a sword
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Eitan
Variant of Ethan; "steady"
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Esaia
Salvation of Yahweh
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Finn
Irish in origin, with traces to the English hero Robin Hood; it means "fair"
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Freddy
Diminutive of Frederic; from the Old German name "Frithuric," meaning "peaceful ruler"

Female Austria Dog Names

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Katharina
Pure, purity, innocence
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Anna
Gracious; sweet and bitter, sad
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Barbara
"Savage" or "wild"
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Verena
Name given in honor of 3rd century Saint Verena
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Sabine
Of the tribe of the Sabines, from Sabine, Italy
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Michaela
Feminine form of Michael; Hebrew for "Who is like God"
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Alexandra
Feminine of Alexander; "defender of mankind"
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Elisabeth
God has sworn
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Nina
The ever pure
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Laura
From the laurel tree, or sweet bay tree, symbolic of honor and victory
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Johnanna
Yahweh is gracious
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Sabrina
Legendary princess
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Silvia
Of the forest
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Tamara
Palm tree; used as a symbolic oriental name due to the beauty and fruitfulness of the tree
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Demi
Abbreviation of Demetria, the mythological goddess of corn and harvest
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Fiona
White or fair; first used by Scottish author William Sharp
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Ines
Meek and chaste; variant of Agnes
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Jessica
Rich; God beholds
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Lavinia
Derived from the Roman given name Levinia
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Sarah
Princess; in the bible, Sarah was Abraham's wife, and mother of Isaac
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Aida
Happy; also a Japanese surname meaning "runs across the field"
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Bianca
White or shining; variant of the French "Blanche"
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Charlotte
A feminine form of Charles, meaning man or manly; alternate meaning, tiny and feminine
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Diana
From the Greek goddess of the moon
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Elena
Shining light, or bright one; variant of the Greek "Helen"
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Emiliya
To strive, excel, or rival
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Eva
Life or living one; variant of "Eve"
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Heather
A flowering evergreen plant that thrives on peaty barren lands as in Scotland
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Luna
Goddess of the moon
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Vivien
Lively; full of live

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