Buenos Aires Dog Names

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Introduction

Argentina’s capital and largest city, Buenos Aires is located on the western shore of the estuary of the Rio de la Plata on the southwestern coast of South America. “Buenos Aires” can be translated to “fair winds”, and the city's metropolitan area has a population of around 14 million people. The city is a major tourist destination and is known for having preserved Eclectic European architecture and a rich culture. A multi-cultural city, Buenos Aires is considered one of the most diverse cities of the Americas.

In addition to offering plenty of things to see and do, Buenos Aires also is home to a myriad of unique name ideas, one of which may be perfect for your pup.

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Buenos Aires Dog Name Considerations

Can’t decide what to name your pup? Try not to growl in frustration; we are here to help! First, rest assured that you are not alone in struggling to choose the perfect name for your pooch. Plenty of people struggle to make this decision and since you will be calling the name you decide on for years to come, it makes sense that you take naming your dog seriously.

If you are looking for a unique name for your dog that also has some meaning to you, it can help to think of a place that you are about. It can be a place where you have lived, visited or hope to one day travel to. Take Buenos Aires, for example. This Argentinian city offers easy access to outdoor opportunities, as well as plenty of culture and unique architecture. With so much available in Buenos Aires, there is no doubt you will come across interesting, unique name possibilities, one of which may be perfect for your pup. You can easily take yourself on a virtual tour of the city and see what ideas you come across.

With a name from Buenos Aires, each time you call for your dog you will be reminded of this beautiful and unique South American city.

Male Buenos Aires Dog Names

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Palermo
A neighborhood of northeast Buenos Aires
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Madero
For Puerto Madero, a district of Buenos Aires that takes up a large part of the Rio de la Plata riverbank
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Serrano
For Plaza Serrano in Buenos Aires
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Telmo
For San Telmo, Buenos Aires’ oldest neighborhood
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Belgrano
A leafy neighborhood of northern Buenos Aires
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Almagro
A mostly middle class neighborhood of Buenos Aires
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Barracas
A district in the southeast part of Buenos Aires
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Boedo
A working-class neighborhood of Buenos Aires
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Cabalito
A Buenos Aires neighborhood
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Coghlan
A middle class neighborhood of Buenos Aires
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Mataderos
A neighborhood in the west end of Buenos Aires
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Monserrat
A neighborhood in east Buenos Aires
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Alfajores
A sweet snack popular in Buenos Aires
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Helado
Ice cream
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Asado
Refers to general barbecue in Buenos Aires
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Carlos
For Jardin Botanico Carlos Thays
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Fernando
For Fernando Lamas, an actor and director from Buenos Aires
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Juan
For Juan Manuel Fangio, a race car driver from Buenos Aires
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Francisco
For Francisco Moreno, an explorer and academic from Buenos Aires
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Edgardo
For Edgardo Donato, a tango composer and orchestra leader born in Buenos Aires
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Ariel
For Ariel Dorfman, a novelist, playwright and essayist born in Buenos Aires
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Luis
For Luis Sandrini, a comic film actor and producer born in Buenos Aires
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Mauricio
For Mauricio Kagel, a composer born in Buenos Aires
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Martin
For Plaza San Martin in the Retiro neighborhood of Buenos Aires
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Japones
For Jardin Japones in Buenos Aires
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Centario
For Parque Centario, located close to a university
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Salvador
For Colegio del Salvador
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Agustin
For Colegio San Agustin
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Francis
For Pope Francis, who was born in Buenos Aires
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Manu
For Manu Ginobili, an NBA player from Buenos Aires

Female Buenos Aires Dog Names

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Recoleta
A downtown residential neighborhood of Buenos Aires
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Boca
For La Boca, a neighborhood in the city of Buenos Aires
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Agronomia
A district in the central part of the city of Buenos Aires
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Balvanera
A neighborhood located west of downtown Buenos Aires
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Chacarita
A neighborhood in north-central Buenos Aires
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Flores
A middle class district of Buenos Aires
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Floresta
A neighborhood located to the west of Buenos Aires
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Pompeya
For Nueva Pompeya, a neighborhood in the southern part of Buenos Aires
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Avellaneda
For Parque Avellaneda, a neighborhood in southwest Buenos Aires
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Lin
For Liniers, a barrio on the end of the city of Buenos Aires
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Reconquista
For the Reconquista River, a small river in Buenos Aires
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Empanada
For pastries that are popular in Argentina
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Medialuna
For a sticky croissant that is popular in Buenos Aires
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Bonarda
A variety of grape that is popular in Argentina
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Bondiola
Pork shoulder, most often served on a sandwich; popular in Buenos Aires
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Luisana
For Luisana Lopilato, an actress, model and singer from Buenos Aires
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Emilia
For Emilia Attias, an actress, dancer and model from Buenos Aires
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Olga
For Olga Ferri, a choreographer and ballet dancer born in Buenos Aires
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Rose
For the Rosedal Rose Garden
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Lezama
For Parque Lezama in the southern part of Buenos Aires
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Bernasconi
For the Bernasconi Institute in Buenos Aires
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Pestalozzi
For Colegio Pestalozzi in Buenos Aires
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Bella
For the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires
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Tortoni
For Café Tortoni, a popular café in Buenos Aires
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Boliche
Boliches are nightclubs in Buenos Aires
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Rosada
For the Casa Rosada, where Argentina’s President works
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Sierra
For the Sierra de la Ventana mountain range in Buenos Aires province
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Ventana
For La Ventana, a peak of the Sierra de la Ventana Mountain Range
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Martina
For actress Martina Stoessel, who was born in Buenos Aires
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Belen
For Belen Rodriguez, a tv show host from Buenos Aires

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