Dog Names Ending in a Consonant and Vowel

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Introduction

When you have decided to adopt or buy a new dog, the hard part is complete. You’ve chosen a dog you like, and it’s a waiting game until they are ready to join your family. However, the next hardest decision to make is only around the corner. What are you going to name them? While common dog names like Spot and Patch never go out of fashion, sometimes it can be fun to think outside of the square. After all, you want your dog to be unique, so their name needs to be as well.

Choosing a name using a combination of letters can be fun, such as using a consonant and a vowel to create an original tag. We've chosen to go with names ending in the consonant 'm' and the vowel 'o' because the selection of cute names to pick from was so vast and fun. Jarmo, Cosmo, Nemo, and several other varieties are fun, quirky, and a little bit unique. They also feature in many dog movies, making them more likely to stand out from the crowd from the average “Patch” or “Spot.” 

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Dog Name Ending in a Consonant and Vowel Considerations

If you are looking for dog names ending in the consonant 'm' and the vowel 'o', then you need to think about why you’re doing it. What kind of dog do you have? Are they a pet or a working dog? When you think of ‘mo', you think of fun and playful pooches. Does your dog fit into that category?

Many dogs with names ending in 'mo' also tend to be smaller especially if you think of Gismo, the Jack Russell Terrier that shot to fame in 2009. However, dog names ending in 'mo' also suit larger dogs – referring back to the heroic actions in 1966 by German Shepherd Nemo.

When it comes to dog coats and colors, the name doesn’t tend to discriminate. Your dog could have short or long fur, dark or light, and it would still potentially suit a name ending in 'mo', depending on what it was. It’s clear to see that there are many things you need to consider before naming your new dog. In the end, you may still end up calling them Spot! So, think carefully. Take your time. Remember, your dog is stuck with whatever you call them for life! 

Male Dog Names Ending in a Consonant and Vowel

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Gizmo
Type of gadget
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Cosmo
Relating to the world
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Zelmo
Meaning peace
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Ultimo
Of the mouth
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Whamo
Water hammer
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Ulmo
Germanic, from Ulm
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Primo
Italian and Spanish for Primus
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Tammo
Great and famous
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Tuomo
Aramaic for twin
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Remo
Latin for oar
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Semo
Protected by God
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Thimo
People or race
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Sumo
Form of Japanese wrestling
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Tumo
A famous man
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Nemo
Nobody, from Latin
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Ogimo
Chief
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Molimo
Bear going under shady trees
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Jeronimo
Spanish form of Jerome
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Onesymo
First-born son
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Kimo
Holder of heel
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Gismo
One who is playful
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Ermo
Protected, desired
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Jarmo
Exalted
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Hamo
Charmer
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Diemo
People, race
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Elmo
Helmet, protection
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Firmo
Physically and morally firm
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Gerolamo
Sacred name
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Skimo
Nickelodeon sitcom
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Bromo
Corrosive liquid halogen

Female Dog Names Ending in a Consonant and Vowel

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Vellamo
Goddess of the sea
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Tomo
Knowledgeable and intelligent
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Eshtemo
Obedient child
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Kokumo
A child that won't die
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Mo
Brown-haired little Mary
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Pomo
Kualanapan language
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Alamo
Siege or massacre
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Ammo
Projectiles
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Verismo
Realism in the arts
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Centimo
Money in Costa Rica
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Bayamo
Violent thundersquall
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Chromo
Color or pigment
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Momo
Steamed dumpling
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Twelvemo
From a book
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Dynamo
Generator with a coil
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Marmo
Meaning marble in Italian
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Carmo
Etymology
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Limo
A vehicle
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Clemo
Cornish for Clementine
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Nimmo
Irish and Scottish origin
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Duomo
A cathedral
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Fortissimo
Very loud
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Demo
A demonstration
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Larmo
Loose substance
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Romo
Snub-nosed
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Tomo
A section or part
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Armo
Italian commune

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