Best 11-Letter Dog Names

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Picture this: walking into your house after a long day of work and getting smothered with happy kisses by your adorable spaniel, Fitzpatrick. Pretty easy, right? Finding a name just as charming as your pooch can be difficult, but we’re here to tell you it’s very possible! Maybe your dog is large or has a big personality and needs a longer name to go with it. Maybe you just happen to be a fan of multi-syllabic names. Whatever the case may be, it’s important that your dog’s name embodies him heart and spirit. So why not try an 11-letter name for something that’s just as spunky as he is?

Best 11-Letter Dog Names in Pop Culture

Best 11-Letter Dog Name Considerations

An 11-letter name can be quite the intimidating pick. Does your dog have what it takes to make a big name work? Why not?!

Big names aren’t only for big dogs. Any dog can have the attitude and personality needed to make an 11-letter name look good. Perhaps you need something just as regal and hard working as your Poodle. After all, this breed has been beloved for its driven nature and majestic appearance for hundreds of years. Or, rather, maybe you are searching for a name that will fit your Welsh Corgi whose small but spunky nature can only be expressed with a name as unique as he is.

No matter the dog, there is an 11-letter name that will fit. Get creative and think outside the box! Is your dog a creamy-tan color? How about Butter Pecan? Is your dog a prime actor and popular with the ladies? You might consider naming him after the popular American actor, Ryan Gosling. There are tons of options from popular media, cinema, literature, food, science, history, and more! Be open and innovative and you will certainly find the perfect name for your beloved canine.

Male Best 11-Letter Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
7
Accelerando
A music term meaning “to gradually increase speed”
5
Boutonniere
The French word for a formal decoration made of flowers that is traditionally worn by men
5
Billionaire
An individual with a net worth of 1,000,000,000 or more units of any given currency
5
Mesopotamia
A historical region in Western Asian that encompasses a large portion of what is now Iraq, Kuwait, and the eastern portions of Syria and Turkey
4
Quarterback
A position in American and Canadian football and the leader of the offensive team; (consider the nickname: QB)
4
Montesquieu
A French lawyer and philosopher during the Age of Enlightenment most famous for his theory of the separation of powers in government
4
Marc Anthony
Marc Anthony is a singer, songwriter, actor, producer, and a seven-time American and Latin Grammy Award winner
3
Stegosaurus
An herbivorous dinosaur species from the late Jurassic Period with large plates and spikes located along its spine
3
Constantine
Constantine the Great was a powerful Roman emperor from 306-337 BCE and the namesake of Constantinople, the empire’s capital city for more than a thousand years
3
Abracadabra
The words that make magic happen; whether it’s magic, healing, or simply a trick of the eye, this name will have everyone mesmerized
3
Christopher
A name of Greek origin meaning “carrier of Christ,” it is also the name of Winnie-the-Pooh’s well-known child playmate, Christopher Robin
2
Grave Digger
A monster truck racing team owned by Feld Entertainment and Dennis Anderson
2
Philippines
The Republic of the Philippines is an island country in Southeast Asia that’s home to kind people and gorgeous beaches, (consider the nickname: Philip)
2
Appalachian
A cultural region referring to the central and southern portions of the Appalachian Mountains in the United States
1
Huckleberry
The name of a berry-producing plant and the famous character, Huckleberry Finn, created by American author Mark Twain
1
Rapscallion
A person who is mischievous
1
Connecticut
A state in the Northeastern United States and home of the world-renowned Yale University
1
Worthington
An Old English word and popular surname in Lancashire, England, meaning “settlement”
0
Blockbuster
A term referring to a movie that does very well with ticket sales; it can also refer to the American movie rental franchise that was popular throughout the 1990's
0
Grandmaster
A fictional comic book character from the Marvel Universe; he is known as one of the Elders of the Universe and does not age
0
Firecracker
A possible synonym for “firework,” it is a small device designed to produce considerable noise; it can also be used to describe someone with a wild personality
0
Rockefeller
John D. Rockefeller (and the entire Rockefeller family) were renowned as pioneers in American industry, specifically oil and banking, during the late 19th century
0
Quicksilver
A fictional superhero from the Marvel Universe that possesses the ability to move and think at supersonic speeds
0
Grasshopper
A plant-eating insect dating back 250 million years that use camouflage and jumping to protect themselves from predators
0
Quadrillion
Also written as 10¹⁵, this mega-huge number is a perfect name for the pooch of a math lover
0
Macallister
A surname common in Scotland and Ireland, meaning “son of Alexander”
-1
Pterodactyl
A flying, carnivorous dinosaur species dating back to the late Jurassic Period
-1
Yellowstone
A United States national park that possesses a variety of natural features such as canyons, hot springs, forests, rivers, geysers, and hundreds of animal species
-1
Shakespeare
One of the most famous writers in the English language, this 16th century playwright, poet, and actor has cemented himself in history
-2
Oktoberfest
The world’s largest festival of beer that’s held in Germany every year

Female Best 11-Letter Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
6
Renaissance
A European period of prosperity, art, and technology between the 14th and 17th centuries
6
Switzerland
Found in Western-Central Europe, this small, peaceful country is known largely for its edible delicacies: cheese, chocolate, and wine
6
Bittersweet
A vine-like plant that bears small, bright orange fruit
5
Enchantress
The generic term for any female who practices magic; it can also be used to describe a woman who is interesting or charming
5
Cherrystone
The single, pit-like seed of a cherry
5
Marshmallow
A sweet treat made from sugar, water and gelatin that has been whipped until it is spongy in texture
4
Mockingbird
A type of bird that is most known for mimicking the sounds of other birds and insects
4
Clairvoyant
Someone who can see things beyond the scope of normal vision
3
Tranquility
The Sea of Tranquility is a dark gray plain on the moon’s surface and was the landing site of the famous 1969 moon landing
3
Spontaneous
Occurring due to a sudden impulse without any forethought
3
Fluorescent
Something is fluorescent if it appears to be bright, vivid or glowing
3
Charcuterie
The french word for a shop that sells prepared meats, primarily pork
3
Sagittarius
The astrological sign of those born between November 23 and December 21, named after the constellation of the same name
2
Jabberwocky
A fictional creature and nonsense poem written by Lewis Carroll; it can be found in his book: Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There
2
Mississippi
A southern state in the United States of America, and the second-longest river on the North American continent
2
Hummingbird
One of the smallest bird species in the world, the speed at which it moves its wings creates a high frequency that humans often perceive as humming
2
Grandmother
A term used to describe the mother of a person’s mother or father; it’s the name of several famous fictional characters such as Grandmother Willow from Disney’s Pocahontas
2
Amaranthine
A dark red-purple color
1
Poltergeist
A ghost that is capable of making physical disturbances; it is also the name of the famous 1982 horror film
1
Caterpillar
The larval stage of many types of insects, including moths, butterflies, and certain fly species
0
Opalescence
A semi-opaque appearance that can be white, yellow, red, orange, green, pink, or blue depending on the light
0
Gingerbread
A broad term for baked goods that are flavored with spices like ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves
0
Alexandrine
The term for a specific type of poetic verse with two half-lines of six syllables each separated by a caesura, or word break
-1
Mostaccioli
A type of penne pasta that is shaped like a tube and has ends that are slanted
-1
Magnificent
A word used to describe something that is excellent, impressive, or moving
-1
Serendipity
To have good fortune or considerable luck
-1
Evanescence
A popular American rock band from the 1990's
-2
Mollycoddle
To pamper or treat someone indulgently, (suggested nickname: Molly)
-2
Pomegranate
A red fruit with edible seeds that is used in sweet and savory cuisine all around the world
-2
Nightingale
A small bird best known for its beautiful, melodic song; it has been used in art and literature as a symbol of hope, creativity, and purity

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