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Introduction

Choosing the perfect name for that newest family member can be inconvenient as well as challenging.  And, though this may be the case, it doesn't also have to be stressful.  Yes, I know there are hundreds of thousands of names from which to choose, but only one will do ... only one will fit YOUR precious pup ... and you'll know it when you see or hear it.  And, in an attempt to show you how easy it can be (and, hopefully, less stressful), may we suggest a theme for your search?  How about a theme like dog names ending in 'a'?

Dog Names Ending in 'a' in Pop Culture

Dog Names Ending in 'a' Considerations

Yeah, right! you say?  I can see that you're skeptical but stay with me for a minute...let's consider that we all seem to understand that names of people and things (and animals) that end with either a vowel or a vowel sound are pretty popular these days.  Think about names like Lola or Bella, or Chloe or Maggie.  They all end in a vowel or a vowel sound and they're right up there on the most popular lists of girl names for the past several years.  Think about some of the celebrities we've watched and listened to over the years; for example that Hungarian beauty Zsa Zsa Gabor, or Samantha from the TV series Bewitched or Ziva from past years of  the TV series NCIS .  Are you getting the idea?  Think about some of your favorite TV, movie, Broadway shows or singing personalities, and you may find that you can create some unique names that end in "a" from them.  The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.

Male Dog Names Ending in 'a'

Votes Name Vote
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Tonka
The name of an American maker of toy trucks
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Akira
A character in a Japanese movie of the same name released in 1988 which was an animated post-apocalyptic Sci-Fi film
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Luca
An Italian form of Luke; also short for Lucas
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Inchyra
Scottish and Gaelic origin; meaning "hamlet in the corse of Gowrie in Scotland"
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Puma
An Italian, Sicillian variant of the Italian name Pomo which means "apple"
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Zuma
A character in the Paw Patrol kids show
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Attila
The name of a leader of the Huns who invaded Europe in the 5th century; means "little father"
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Daytona
Of American origin, name means "town of day"; also a city in Florida
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Java
A computer programming language; also another word which refers to the coffee beverage
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Quanta
A word which, in physics, refers to the smallest quantity of radiant energy
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Omega
The last letter in the Greek alphabet
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Para
A Polish word which means "vigorous person"
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Rasta
A shortened version of Rastafari, which is a young African centered religion
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Rama
A Sanskrit word meaning "pleasing"; also means the seventh generation of the Vishu of the Hindi Ramayana
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Saga
Modern Swedish word for story or fairy tale
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Yoda
Of Sanskrit and Hebrew origin, short for Yoddha or Yodeo, meaning "warrior" or "one who knows"
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Vespa
An Italian brand of scooter; also means "wasp" in Italian
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Sega
A Japanese multi-national video game developer
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Sonata
A piece of instrumental music
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Soulja
A Jamaican word meaning "soldier of God"
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Mufasa
The name of Simba's father in the movie "The Lion King"
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Cuba
An island nation off the Southern coast of Florida
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Asa
The Hebrew name of the third King of Judah
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Ezra
A Hebrew 5th century religious prophet; the name means "help, helper"
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Hosea
A Biblical name meaning "savior, safety"
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Joshua
Hebrew name which means "Jehovah is generous, Jehovah saves"
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Kenya
An African nation; also a mountain "Mount Kenya"
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Nevada
A Western U.S. state
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Musa
The Arabic form of "Moses"
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Sequoia
Of Cherokee origin, it is the name of a large tree

Female Dog Names Ending in 'a'

Votes Name Vote
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Mira
A Latin word which means "wonder" or "wonderful"; also a Sanskrit word that means "ocean, sea, limit or boundary"
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Mischa
A Russian variance of Michaela which means "likened to God"
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Layla
Of Egyptian and Arabic origin, the word means "night, dark beauty, wine intoxication"
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Ziva
Hebrew derivative of Ziv which means "radiance, light, God, brightness"; also a former character in the NCIS TV series
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Luna
One of the mythical names of Artemis which means "moon or moon goddess"
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Tessa
An English abbreviation of Teresa which means "harvester"
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Lyra
A Greek variation of Lyre (musical instrument) which means "lyrical"
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Anastasia
A Greek word which means "resurrection, one who will be reborn"
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Andalucia
A Spanish word which means "to walk easy"
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Andorra
An English word which means "courageous, valiant, manly"
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Baba
An Egyptian name which means "Osiris's first born"
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Belladonna
An Italian name which means "beautiful woman"; also the name of a toxic plant
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Beta
Greek and Hebrew origin, the word means " oath of God" or "God's satisfaction"
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Bina
A Hebrew word that is short for Albina, Sebina, Columbina and Robina which means "knowledge, insight"
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Bolla
Spanish, Catalan, Hungarian variation of Bana which means "sphere or ball"; maybe a good name for that chubby little ball of fur in your lap
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Lola
Origins of German, Spanish and others, a variation of Dolores which means "sorrows"
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Nala
Origins of African,Sanskrit and Latin which means "successful", "stem, hollow reed" or "beloved"
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Sasha
A Russian pet form of Alexandra which means "defender or helper of mankind"
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Emma
A German derivation of Ermen or Emmeline or Amelia which means "whole or universal"
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Samantha
Of Hebrew origin, word means "God heard" and of Aramaic origin, word means "listener" and in Greek it means "flower"
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Chica
A Spanish word that means "little girl"
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Dora
Shortened form of Isadora, Dorothea, Dorothy, Theodora, of Greek origin which means "God's gift"
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Rita
The only female dog in the dog gang in the movie "Oliver and Company"
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Mona Lisa
The name of a famous painting by Leonardo da Vinci
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Zsa Zsa
A Hungarian name which means "Susan, Lily"
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Cleopatra
An Egyptian queen; of Greek origin, the name means "her father's fame, glory of her father"
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Miranda
A Latin word which means "worthy of admiration, wonderful"
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Thelma
An American name which may have come from a Greek word meaning "will, volition"
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Maria
Latin form of Mary which means "sea of bitterness", "sea of sorrow" or "rebellion, wished-for child, mistress or lady of the sea"
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Isabella
Hebrew variation of Elizabeth which means "devoted to God"

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