Coneheads Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

Let’s be honest. We’re sporfed, no, even flarged that you are here. And if you don’t understand that, you may need to brush up on your Remulakian. But seriously, outside of the occasionally confusing language barriers, Coneheads was still a hilarious movie, despite the scathing reviews it received. It was the third in the line of Saturday Night Live-spawned feature films, and while it didn’t find the success of its predecessors such as The Blues Brothers and Wayne’s World, it still holds a special place in the hearts of many, with a feeling, characters, and a seriously weird language all its own. So when you finally select your Coneheads-themed name, there should be little doubt in the minds of others that you and your dog are just as weird — which is a good thing. 

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Coneheads Inspired Dog Name Considerations

The best part about a Coneheads-themed dog name is that almost no matter what name you choose, it will certainly stand out, as very few proper names or terms are a recognizable part of the English language. You’ll likely be left explaining the reasoning and meaning behind it, which is all the more reason why you should find something that’s more than just a funny word or name. Start by considering your dog’s most obvious or idiosyncratic traits, then using that as a basis for choosing a name.

For instance, if your dog is particularly fond of napping, especially on the bed, then Guz (bed) and Slar (sleep) would be suitable. If they happen to always be in your personal space, whether you want them there or not, then Flairdep (an uninvited cone fondler) would be a perfect choice. If they happen to be a bit cowardly or easily scared, then Lorbsleb (retreat) would be a good pick the same way an easy-going or merciful dog would be well-suited with Mertex. 

Of course, you can always select the names of characters as well if they happen to share some commonalities or you can dig into the quotes list and pick something apt that is referenced within context. Don’t feel limited by what’s in front of you here, as your creativity or research might take you out of this world. But as they say, as long as the cone fits…

Male Coneheads Inspired Dog Names

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Beldar
The cone-headed protagonist of the film
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Gorman
After INS Deputy Commissioner Gorman Seedling
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Turnbull
Played by David Spade
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Otto
Beldar's boss, played by Sinbad
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Garthok
The tusked and horned beast Beldar and others must battle
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Orecruiser
The Remulakian Captain
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DeCicco
After the character Donald R. DeCicco
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Conehead
Self-titled
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Rudolph
After Dr. Rudolph, played by Jon Lovitz
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Protoid
Part of the survey for Protoid Fuel Administration, part of Beldar's mission
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Noctolium
The Solar Chain the Wilderness Planet (Earth) is part of
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Zurl
A period of time
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Clarsogs
A unit of time
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Flairndep
An uninvited hustler
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Flargans
An unknown Remulakian term
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Lorbsleb
To retreat
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Scrabnord
Out of luck
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Sporf
To please
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Torg
A unit of currency
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Trelgs
Teeth or tooth-horns
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Verscrub
An unidentified Remulakian term
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Barron
After Steve Barron, the film's director
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Zanthstram
Marlax's last name
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Lorne
After Lorne Michaels, the film's producer
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Aykroyd
After Dan Aykroyd, who created the Coneheads and wrote much of the film
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Turner
After Bonnie and Terry Turner, who co-wrote the film
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Whip
After Whip Hubley, who plays the F-16 pilot
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Griffin
After Eddie Griffin, who makes an appearance in the film
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Spade
After David Spade, who plays an INS agent
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Cone
The shortened version used to describe conehead-esque things, such as Cone Warrior

Female Coneheads Inspired Dog Names

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Prymaat
The female cone-headed protagonist; Beldar's genetomate
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Connie
The Coneheads' teenage daughter
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Eli
After INS Agent Eli Turnbull
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Ronnie
After Ronnie Bradford, Connie's boyfriend
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Marlax
A fellow Remulakian sent to Earth
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Carmine
After Carmine Weiner, played by Adam Sandler
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Farber
The neighbor couple
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Mentot
A highmaster
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Laarta
The wife of the president of Remulak
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Gladys
After Gladys Johnson, Beldar's driving student
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Seedling
After Gorman Seedling, the INS Deputy Commissioner
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Rowney
After Mary Margaret Rowney, Jane Curtin's other character
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Clorhone
The Coneheads' original last name
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Remulak
The Coneheads' home planet
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Paramus
The city in New Jersey where much of the film takes place
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Flindar
A pyramid
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Guz
A bed
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Knarfle
To subdue or overthrow
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Megs
A negative statement
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Mertex
A Remulakian term for mercy
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Narg
No, a negative response
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Narpail
A term used when communications have concluded
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Slar
A long term of sleep
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Tarpaath
A fool
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Plornak
The high master's mentott
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Moai
The Easter Island heads that inspired Aykroyd to create the Coneheads
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Knarfling
The term used to describe dueling or attempting to subdue the Gorthak
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Thorasian
The species/type Prymaat used to be dated
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Hubley
After Whip Hubley, who was also Hollywood in Top Gun
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Curtin
After Jane Curtin, one of the film's stars

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