Copenhagen Dog Names

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Introduction

Denmark’s capital and most populated city, Copenhagen is home to about 777,218 people. The city's metropolitan area includes over two million individuals. The city is located on the eastern coast of the island of Zealand, with a small part of the city on Amager. Copenhagen was originally a Viking fishing village that became Denmark’s capital in the 15th century. Urban and cultural development has been strong in Copenhagen since the beginning of the 21st century as a result of investment in the city's institutions and infrastructure. Look to this vibrant area of Denmark as you seek the perfect tag for your new furry addition.

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Copenhagen Dog Name Considerations

Deciding on the best name for your new pal may be as challenging as choosing what to name a baby. There are a lot of things to consider as you make your choice and since you will be calling your pup many times a day for years to come, it is understandable that you are taking naming them seriously.

Once you have an idea of what is important to you in a name for your pup, you can get serious in your searching. If finding a name that has meaning to you is something you are seeking, you can start by choosing a place that you care about. Take the city of Copenhagen, for example. Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen is a large metropolitan area with a lot to offer. Are you a fan of the arts? Name your pup Anna, after famous painter Anna Petersen. If you are a history buff, consider naming your dog after Kaj Birksted, a World War II flying ace. From food to athletes and more, Copenhagen has plenty to offer as you seek a tag for your furry companion!

Male Copenhagen Dog Names

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Carlsberg
A small area in Vesterbro in Copenhagen named after Carlsberg’s beer, which was brewed on the premises from 1847-2008
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Hellerup
A district in the suburbs of Copenhagen
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Valby
A district in the southwestern corner of the Copenhagen municipality
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Vesterbro
Considered Copehagen’s hippest district
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Frederiksberg
An upscale area in Copenhagen
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Holmen
A waterbound neighborhood in Copenhagen
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Axel
For Axel Madsen, a Danish-American biographer and journalist
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Eduard
For Eduard Lassen, a composer and conductor born in Copenhagen
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Christianshavn
A hip area of Copenhagen
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Hans
For Hans Christian Andersen, a Danish author
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Amager
An island that is a part of Copenhagen
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Brygge
For Island’s Brygge, a small neighborhood on the island of Amager
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Ordrupvej
A street with shops and supermarkets in Copenhagen
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Jag
For Jagtvej, a major street in Copenhagen
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Bakken
An amusement park with 16th century origins
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Fiske
For fiskefrikadeller, which are fish cakes, popular in Copenhagen
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Strand
For Amager Strandpark an artificial island that is around a mile long in Copenhagen
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King
For King’s Garden in Copenhagen
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Paul
For Paul Leyssac, a writer, stage and film actor from Copenhagen
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Folkets
For Folkets Park in Copenhagen
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Anders
For Anders August, a screenwriter born in Copenhagen
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Morten
For Morten Pill, a Danish writer and film critic
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Zealand
The island where the majority of Copenhagen is located
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Harry
For Harry August Jansen, a professional magician who was born in Copenhagen
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Anton
For Anton Hansen, a cartoonist and painter from Copenhagen
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Kaj
For Kaj Birksted, a flying ace in World War II who was born in Copenhagen
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Alf
For Alf Niels Christian Ross, a Danish legal and moral philosopher and scholar of international law who was born in Copenhagen
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Ole
For Ole Nydahl, known as Lama Ole, a Danish Lama in the Karma Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism
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Marv
For Marv and Ben, which serves authentic Nordic cuisine
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Gammel
For Gammel Strand, an old street in Copenhangen

Female Copenhagen Dog Names

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Christiania
The most original and least gentrified area of the city of Copenhagen
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Noma
For Noma, a Michelin-starred restaurant in Copenhagen
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Nyhavn
A Copenhagen neighborhood that was home to Hans Christian Andersen for 20 years
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Syddyssen
A neighborhood in Copenhagen
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Lyngby
For Lyngby Lake
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Tivoli
For Tivoli Gardens, an amusement park in Copenhagen
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Amali
For Amalienborg, the Queen’s winter residence
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Rose
For the Rosenborg Castle in Copenhaven
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Kastellet
A star-shaped 17th century fortress in Copenhagen
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Charlotte
For Charlottenborg Palace
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Frika
For Danish meatballs known as Frikadeller
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Belle
For Bellevue Beach in Copenhagen
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Sophie
For Sophie Alberti, a pioneering Danish women’s rights activist born in Copenhagen
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Anna
For painter Anna Petersen from Copenhagen
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Helena
For Helena Christensen, a model and photographer born in Copenhagen
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Heidi
For Heidi Albertsen, a Danish model born in Copenhagen
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Langelinie
A pier and home to the famous Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen
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Cisilia
A Danish singer born in Copenhagen
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Suzanne
For Suzanne Giese, a novelist and women’s rights activist from Copenhagen
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Karen
For Karen Johnsen, an early female Danish lawyer and judge; the second woman in Denmark to serve as a high court judge
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Ida
For Ida Tin, an internet entrepreneur and author from Copenhagen
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Marianne
For Marianne Levinsen, a Danish architect from Copenhagen who specialized in landscape architecture
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Inge
For Inge Biehl Henningsen, a statistician, academic and writer born in Copenhagen
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Lisbet
For Lisbet Holtedahl, a social anthropologist and film producer born in Copenhagen
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Mathilde
For Mathilde Fibiger, a feminist and novelist from Copenhagen
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Erna
For Erna Juel-Hansen, an early women’s rights activist who introduced gymnastics into the educational curriculum and co-founded Denmark’s first kindergarten
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Banchina
For La Banchina, a very popular Copenhagen restaurant
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Sandi
For Sandi Toksvig, a comedian and writer born in Copenhagen
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Elvira
For film producer Elvira Lind, who was born in Copenhagen
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Mia
For actress Mia Lyhne who was born in Copenhagen

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