Brazilian Dog Names

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Introduction

Brazil is the largest country in both South American and Latin America and with over 208 million people, it is the sixth most populated country in the world. The country includes its Amazon River basin, within which is a vast tropical forest that is home to a variety of wildlife and ecological systems, as well as a significant amount of natural resources from many protected habitats.

As you seek the right name for your pooch, it can help to explore the country of Brazil. Brazil’s large size and diversity means that there are plenty of places to look within the country for possible names for your new pup. 

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Brazilian Dog Name Considerations

Deciding on a name for your new canine companion is an important decision that most people don’t take lightly. The question is often where to start. Some people already have an idea of what they want to name their new friend before the pooch even enters their life. For others, it can take weeks to decide upon the perfect moniker. The situation for every pet and every pet parent is different.

For those who enjoy traveling, it can be fun to look to other places in the world for name possibilities. Perhaps you have been to Brazil and have fond memories of the time you spent there; if so, looking to the country for a name for your pet may be a good idea. If Brazil is a dream destination of yours, why not consider a name inspired by the country? With such a name, your pal will regularly remind you of a trip you hope to take. The country of Brazil offers many opportunities for outdoor adventures, with beautiful mountains, beaches and waterfalls, making it a perfect place to find a name for a dog who enjoys his time outdoors.

Regardless of what has brought you to Brazil to look for a name for your pet, you will find plenty of options from which to choose. 

Male Brazilian Dog Names

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Paulo
For São Paulo, Brazil’s most populated city
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Salvador
The capital of the Brazilian state of Bahia
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Penedo
Known as “Little Finland”; started as a Finnish utopian society in Eastern Brazil
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Caparaó
For Caparaó National Park, created to protect the Caparaó Mountains
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Joachim
For Parque Nacional de São Joaquim, located in Santa Caterina
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Manaus
A city located in the north region of Brazil
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Belém
A city considered the gateway to the Amazon River
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Pelé
For the great Brazilian football (soccer) player
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Rio
For Rio de Janeiro, the second most populated municipality in Brazil
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Natal
A city located in northeastern Brazil
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Luis
For São Luís, the capital and largest city of the Brazilian state of Maranhão
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Osasco
A municipality in the São Paulo State in Brazil
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Oscar
For Oscar Ribeiro de Almeida Niemeyer Soares Filho, a Brazilian architect who is considered a main contributor to the development of modern architecture
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Marcelo
For Marcelo Gleiser, a Brazilian physicist and astronomer
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Santos
A municipality in São Paulo in Brazil
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Manuel
For Manuel Dias de Abreu, a physician and scientist from Brazil; considered one of the most important Brazilian physicians
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Carlos
For Carlos Saldanha, a Brazilian director of animated films
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Alonzo
For the Alonzo River, located in southern Brazil
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Flamengo
A neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro that had been the cities’ main residential area; it now is the location of the largest city park in the country
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Iguacu
For Iguacu National Park, which includes one of the world’s largest and most impressive waterfalls
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Tite
For Adenor Leonardo Bacchi, known as Tite, the current manager of the Brazil national football team
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Pico
Pico do Calcado; the fourth highest peak in Brazil
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Itaipu
For Itaipu Dam, one of the world’s largest hydroelectric dams; located in Foz Do Iguacu
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Buzios
A coastal village town in Brazil
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Jordao
For Campos do Jordao, known as the Switzerland of Brazil
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Botafogo
A neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro located in the hills
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Ilha
For Ilha Grande, an island off the coast of Rio de Janeiro
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Lopes
A long beach on the island of Ilha Grande
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Brigadeiro
For a popular food in Brazil; a chocolate truffle made with condensed milk instead of cream and covered in chocolate sprinkles

Female Brazilian Dog Names

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Fernando
For Fernando de Noronha Marine National Park, located in the state of Pernambuco in Brazil
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Brasília
The federal capital of Brazil
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Fortaleza
The state capital of Ceará in Brazil
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Capivara
For Serra de Capivara National Park, located in the northeastern region of Brazil
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Diamantina
For Chapada Diamantina National Park, located in the state of Bahia, Brazil
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Roraima
For Parque Nacional do Monte Roraima, located in the state of Roraima in Brazil
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Sorocaba
A municipality in the state of São Paulo, Brazil
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Ariau
For Ariau Towers northwest of Manaus, Brazil, a hotel that is the ultimate treehouse
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Curitiba
The capital of the Brazilian state of Paraná
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Ubajara
For Ubajara National Park, the smallest of Brazil’s national parks
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Mina
For Pedra da Mina, the fourth highest mountain in Brazil, which has an elevation of 9,180 feet
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Cristal
For Pico do Cristal, Brazil’s fifth largest mountain, which has an elevation of 9,088 feet
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Abiaí
For the Abiaí River in Paraíba, Brazil
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Acará
For the Acará River, located in north central Brazil
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Abuna
For the Abuna River, which forms part of the border between northern Bolivia and northwest Brazil
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Alegre
For Porto Alegre, the capital and largest city of the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul
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Acari
For the Acari River, a major waterway of Rio de Janeiro
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Ariranha
For the Ariranha River, located in the state of Santa Catarina in in southeastern Brazil
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Neblina
For Pico de Neblina, the highest summit in Brazil
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Teresina
The capital of the Brazilian state of Piauí
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Ana
For Ana Neri, considered the first nurse in Brazil
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Itatiaia
Parque Nacional do Itatiaia, Brazil’s oldest national park
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Cazuza
For the Brazilian composer and singer, Agenor Miranda Araujo Neto, known as Cazuza
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Tijuca
For Tijuca National Park, a tropical rainforest in Rio de Janeiro
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Inhotim
For the largest open-air contemporary art center in Latin America, located in Brumandinho, Brazil
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Xuxa
Maria da Graca Xuxa Meneghel, known as Xuxa, a television presenter, actress, singer and businesswoman from Brazil
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Ipanema
Considered one of Brazil’s best beaches
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Bandeira
For Pico da Bandeira, a mountain in Brazil with a peak of 9,488 feet
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Flor
For Casa da Flor, a self-built castle built by a Brazilian salt worker; located in Sao Pedro Da Aldeia
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Pedra
For Gruta Casa de Pedra, Brazil’s “House of Stone” which is the largest cave mouth in the world; located in Iporang
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Pipa
One of the top beach towns in northeast Brazil

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