Czech Dog Names

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Introduction

The Czech Republic is a beautiful country in Central Europe with a rich history, fascinating culture, and a lovely language. Among the Slavic languages, Czech is the softest one, so Czechs are often dubbed the “cuties” of the Slavs. The capital city, Prague, is a well-known tourist destination, because of its breathtaking architecture, and because of amazing Czech beer, famous all over the world. If your adventurous traveler’s feet got you into Czechia, lucky you! You get to experience all the beauties of this country and even take inspiration from the Bohemian spirit to name your doggo in accordance to the Czech tradition. Get ready for diacritical signs – there’s plenty of them in this beautiful language!

Czech Dog Names in Pop Culture

Czech Dog Name Considerations

Since the Czech Republic, of Czechia for short, is filled with many wondrous places and talented people, finding the perfect name for your dog inspired by these people and locations will be a fun task. The options are plentiful, and all you have to do is find a person who inspires you or pick a traditional Czech name to have a unique doggo with a name that leaves no one without questions (particularly if you write it down). Don’t be scared of the diacritical signs, they are just there to help you with the pronunciation without adding extra letters to the word, and they are very popular in Slavic languages. 

One of the most common Czech names is Jakub, followed by Adam and Tomáš (pronounced like Thomash). Other popular choices are Vera, Jarmila, Marie, Eva, and Anna, all great names for a culturally diverse pup. Names Lucie and Josef keep their popularity even to this day, however, probably the most popular female name today is Eliška, pronounced as Elishka, and can be translated to Little Ella. How cute is that? Patrik, Martin, and Pavel are also popular choices, as well as Lucie, Hana, and Monika. If you’re lucky enough to be friends with a Czech person, ask them for their opinion, as they will be able to give you their favorites as well, and hey, you might even strengthen your friendship if you name your dog after your favorite Czech friend.

Male Czech Dog Names

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Bedřich
After Bedřich Smetana, a Czech composer
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Antonín
After Antonín Dvořák, a Czech composer
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František
After František Kupka, a painter and the co-founder of Optic Cubism
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Franz
After Franz Kafka, a writer and a journalist; one of the most important writers of the 20th century
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Václav
After Václav Havel, last President of Czechoslovakia
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Miloš
After Miloš Forman, one of the most notable Czech film directors and screenwriter, famous as one of the creators of the Czechoslovak New Wave
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Tomáš
After Tomáš Baťa, a Czech entrepreneur, and founder of Bata Shoes
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Mikoláš
After Mikoláš Aleš, a Czech painter
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David
After David Černý, a Czech sculptor famous for Entropa
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Jan
After Jan Žižka, a Czech national hero; a general
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Ivan
After Ivan Král, a Czech-born American composer, filmmaker, producer, and singer
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Karel
After Karel Čapek, a famous Czech writer
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Milan
After Milan Kundera, a Czech-French writer famous for The Unbearable Lightness of Being
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Emil
After Emil Zátopek, a Czechoslovak long-distance runner who won three gold Olympic medals
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Roman
After Roman Šebrle, one of the best decathlon athletes of all time
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Pavel
After Pavel Nedvěd, a Czech football player
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Lukáš
After Lukáš Bauer, a Czech cross-country skier
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Miroslav
After Miroslav Dubovický, a Czech model
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Martin
After Martin Gardavský, a Czech model
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Matouš
After Matouš Ruml, a Czech actor
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Marek
After Marek Vašut, a Czech actor
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Filip
After Filip Albrecht, a Czech TV host and producer
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Bohdan
After Bohdan Sláma, a Czech film director
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Ondřej
After Ondřej Trojan, a Czech film producer and director
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Gustav
After Gustav Machatý, a Czech film director, screenwriter and actor
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Elmar
After Elmar Klos, a Czechoslovak film director
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Ladislav
After Ladislav Smoljak, a Czech film and theater director
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Juraj
After Juraj Herz, a film director and a notable figure of Czechoslovak New Wave movement
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Andrej
After Andrej Babiš, a Czech politician and the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic
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Jiří
After Jiří Ovčáček, a Czech journalist

Female Czech Dog Names

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Božena
After Božena Němcová, a Czech writer
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Petra
After Petra Němcová, a Czech model and actress
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Eva
After Eva Herzigová, a Czech model and actress
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Paulina
After Paulina Porizkova, a Czech supermodel and actress
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Ivana
After Ivana Trump, a former Czech model
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Karolina
After Karolína Kurková, a Czech model and actress and Victoria's Secret Angel
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Eliška
After Eliška Junková, a Czechoslovak automobile racer
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Barbora
After Barbora Špotáková, a Czech track and field athlete
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Martina
After Martina Sáblíková, a Czech speed skater
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Šárka
After Šárka Strachová, a Czech Alpine ski racer
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Věra
After Věra Čáslavská, a Czechoslovak artistic gymnast
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Kateřina
After Kateřina Neumannová, a Czech cross-country skier
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Zuzana
After Zuzana Hejnová, a Czech athlete
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Jarmila
After Jarmila Kratochvílová, a Czech track and field athlete
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Dana
After Dana Zátopková, a Czech former javelin thrower
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Lucie
After Lucie Šafářová, Czech tennis player
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Taťána
After Taťána Kuchařová, a Czech model
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Daniela
After Daniela Peštová, a Czech model
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Helena
After Helena Houdová, a Czech model and humanitarian
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Veronika
After Veronika Vařeková, a Czech supermodel
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Hana
After Hana Jiříčková, a Czech model
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Zlata
After Zlata Adamovská, a Czech actress
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Adina
After Adina Mandlová, a scandalous Czech actress
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Debbi
After Debbi, a Czech pop-rock singer
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Tereza
After Tereza Kerndlová, a Czech singer
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Lenny
After Lenny Trčková, a Czech radio and TV presenter
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Dominika
After Dominika Stará, a pop singer
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Ester
After Ester Krumbachová, a Czech screenwriter and costume designer
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Jaroslava
After Jaroslava Schallerová, a Czech film star in the 1970s

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