Bucharest Dog Names

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Introduction

Romania’s capital and largest city, Bucharest is the country’s cultural, industrial and financial center. Bucharest is located in the southeast part of the country, less than 37.3 miles north of the Danube River and the border of Bulgaria. Bucharest’s metropolitan area is home to around 2.27 million people and is traditionally considered to be built upon seven hills. The area around Bucharest was mostly rural until after 1989 when suburbs began being built.

Bucharest has plenty to offer, including a myriad of unique name possibilities to consider for your new canine pal.

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Bucharest Dog Name Considerations

Struggling to decide on just the right name for your pup? Try not to howl in frustration. Take a breath, and think. Just what is it that you are looking for in a name for your new canine companion? Should the name be unique? Have meaning to you? Once you figure out what is important to you in a name, you will be ready to explore possibilities and find the perfect match for your pup.

Let’s say that you are hoping to find a name that has some significance. One way to come across possibilities is to think of a place that is important to you. Bucharest, for example, is not only capital of Romania, it is the cultural, financial and industrial center of the country. Coffee fans can name their pup Origo, after the pioneer of the city's specialty coffee scene. For those that enjoy taking in a live show, the name Bulandra, after Bucharest’s Bulandra Theater, may be the perfect name a new dog.

With a name from Bucharest, you will receive regular reminders of the unique city each time you call for your canine pal! 

Male Bucharest Dog Names

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Dristor
A neighborhood in southeast Bucharest
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Titan
A neighborhood in east Bucharest
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Herastrau
For Herastrau Park
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Origo
A pioneer of Bucharest’s specialty coffee scene
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George
For the George Enescu Phillarmonic Orchestra
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Tei
For Tei Park in Bucharest
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Chiftele
Large, fried meatballs spiced with garlic and traditional herbs
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Mititei
A mix of minced pork, beef and lamb, popular in Bucharest
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Drob
A dish served for Easter in Romania
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Sarmale
Stuffed cabbage rolls
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Cozonac
A traditional Romanian desert
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Otto
For Otto Ackerman, a conductor who was born in Bucharest
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Marius
For Marius Silviu Alexe, a footballer born in Bucharest who plays the position of striker
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Ion
For Ion Andreescu, a Romanian painter born in Bucharest
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Corneliu
For Corneliu Vadim Tudor, the leader of the Greater Romania Party, poet, writer and journalist who was born in Bucharest
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Serge
For Serge Spitzer, an artist born in Bucharest known for his site-specific installations, scripture, photographs and video
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Petru
For Petru Popescu, a writer, director and movie producer born in Bucharest
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Hristu
For Hristu Chiacu, a footballer who plays midfield and was born in Bucharest
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Grigore
For the Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History in Bucharest
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Dimitrie
For the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum
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Bellu
For the Bellu Cemetary, a historic graveyard in Bucharest
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Snagov
For the Snagov Monastery located just outside of Bucharest
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Therme
For Therme Bucharest, the largest water park in Europe that uses thermal waters
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Melik
For Casa Melik, a 250-year-old house that is Bucharest’s oldest
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Drumul
For Drumul Taberei, a neighborhood in southwest Bucharest
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Obor
For the square and surrounding district of Bucharest
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Izvor
For Izvor Park in Bucharest
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Theodor
For the Theodor Pallady Museum in Bucharest
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Romexpo
An indoor arena in Bucharest
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Adolf
For chess player Adolf Albin who was born in Bucharest

Female Bucharest Dog Names

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Lipscani
The oldest neighborhood in Bucharest, dating back to 1459
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Floreasca
An up and coming neighborhood in Bucharest that includes some of the city's best restaurants
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Cristina
For Cristina Pararolu, a soprano born in Bucharest
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Dorobanti
One of the poshest neighborhoods of Bucharest
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Cotroceni
A mainly residential area with 19th century villas
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Tineretului
A neighborhood developed in the 60’s around the large park with the same name
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Rahova
A diverse neighborhood in Bucharest
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Colentina
For the Colentina River in Bucharest
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Unirii
For Unirii Square, in central Bucharest
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Cismiglu
A district in Bucharest
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Galateca
For the Galateca art gallery in Bucharest
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Circului
For Parcul Circului, considered one of Bucharest’s most charming parks
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Carol
For Carol Park, which was designed by French architect Eduard Redont
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Plumbuita
For Parcul Plumbuita, one of Bucharest’s largest parks
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Fundeni
For Lake Fundeni, a man-made lake on the Colentina River
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Morii
For Lake Morii, the largest lake in Bucharest
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Zacusca
A mix of eggplant, zucchini, onion, tomato, mushrooms and bell peppers, popular in Romania
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Saramura
A fish specialty that includes grilled or fried fish that is left to marinate in a brine-based sauce
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Mihai
One of the seven hills of Bucharest
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Voda
One of the seven hills of Bucharest
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Maia
For Maia Morgenstern, a film and stage actress born in Romania
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Alina
For ballet dancer Alina Cojocaru, a ballet dancer from Bucharest
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Macca
For the Macca Villacrosse passage in Bucharest
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Arenele
For an open-air theater in Romania called Arenele Romane
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Costa
For the Costa-Foru house, a historic villa in Bucharest
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Pipera
A district in the northern part of Bucharest
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Berceni
A district of southern Bucharest
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Ghencea
A Bucharest district that is home to football and rugby teams
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Steaua
For Stadionul Steaua, a stadium under construction in the Ghencea neighborhood of Bucharest
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Bulandra
For the Bulandra Theater in Bucharest

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