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Introduction

Welcome to the world of dog names!  I know, I know ... it's not a place in which you really want to be right now, but, how else is that cute, cuddly canine going to get a proper name?  So, though at this very moment, you may not have the foggiest idea where to go from here ... never fear, we're here to help!  But, seriously, we are here to help reduce the stress which can accompany the very important process of choosing the perfect name for the precious pooch who is curled up in your lap, sleeping safely and peacefully.  We're here to help you keep the naming process fun and not frantic and overwhelming; we're here to help you develop a plan ... which is always the best way to start any daunting task!

Dog Names Ending in O in Pop Culture

Dog Name Ending in O Considerations

If this is your first venture into the realm of dog names, it may seem like "so much ado over nothing" or the pendulum may swing to the other extreme and seem like a mountain you can't possibly climb.  If you're in the "so much ado" camp, you'll likely be happy just calling her "Baby" or "Pretty Girl" and be done with it -- and that's perfectly fine if you don't feel like names are important.  But, if you, on the other hand, feel like a name should be personal and reflective of who and what a person or thing actually is, then that type of name simply won't do.  It is for this latter group for whom we are addressing our concern (but, those of you in the other group, feel free to come along with us!).  We want to help you develop a plan of action which will enable you to activate the flow of your own creative juices, resulting in a flood of great name possibilities for your precious pup.  Some pet owners opt to use their pup's coat color or texture, the breed of their pup, or a particular breed characteristics or behavior to stimulate those creative juices.  We'd like to suggest yet another stimulus - we'd like to suggest using a variation on the alphabet.  We'd like to suggest that you consider dog names ending in "O".  Just remember, this is NOT a test, keep it fun and low stress.  Also, it's important to think about what your choice of name will sound like in those moments when you find yourself calling her from across the dog park, down the street or from several blocks away.

Male Dog Names Ending in O

Votes Name Vote
8
Banjo
"Banjo" Patterson was a poet who wrote the lyrics to "Waltzing Matilda"; the banjo is also a stringed musical instrument
8
Alejandro
The name of a song which is sung by American singer, Lady Gaga
6
Apollo
A Greek mythical son of Zeus and Leto and twin of Artemis; he is considered the god of prophecy, medicine, music, art, law, beauty and wisdom
6
Carlo
Italian form of Charles or Carl; a masculine given name which means "manly"
6
Leonardo
For actor Leonardo Di Caprio of (among many others films) "Titanic"
5
Zorro
A Slavic name which means "golden dawn"
4
Vicenzo
An Italian name which means "conquering"
4
Rollo
A Latinized variation of Roul, Rollo the Ganger was an exiled Viking who later became the first Duke of Normandy
3
Geronimo
A 19th century American Indian who was one of the last Apache warrior chiefs
3
Bingo
An English name which refers to the current resident of Number 10 Downing Street; also is the name of a popular game particularly enjoyed by American senior citizens
3
Waldo
A German name meaning "powerful ruler"; also an abbreviation of Oswald
3
Romeo
The lover of Juliet in Shakespeare's tragedy "Romeo and Juliet"
3
Marco
An Italian baby name which means "Mars (Roman god of war)"
2
Endo
A Japanese word which means "far wisteria"
2
Bruno
A 2009 British-American "mockumentary" comedy film
2
Bo
A variation of Beau; a French name meaning "handsome" also can refer to a boyfriend of suitor
1
Chico
A Spanish name which means "boy, lad"; also is a Spanish abbreviation of Ezekiel
1
Fido
A Latin name meaning "to trust, believe, confide in", hence the popularity of it as a dog name which means "faithful and trusty"
1
Roberto
Portuguese name which means "famed, bright, shining"
1
Julio
A Latin name which means "youthful"
1
Arlo
Think of Arlo Guthrie, an American folk singer-songwriter
0
Vito
An Italian derivative of Vita which means "life"; also is the modern form of Vitus which means "life-giver"
-1
Rocko
A German and Italian origin, an alternate form of Rocco which means "rest"
-1
Eduardo
A English name meaning "wealthy guardian"; also an old English form of Eadweard which means "rich or happy, and guardian"
-1
Angelo
An Italian masculine name which means "angel" or "messenger"
-1
Leo
The Astrological sign of the lion
-2
Alberto
Of Spanish, German and Latin origin, a variation of Albert which means "noble, bright"
-2
Nero
The name of an ancient Roman emperor; also Italian name meaning "black", Sabine name meaning "strong, energetic" and Finnish name meaning "genius"
-3
Amigo
Of Spanish and Latin origin, a name which means "friend, comrade" and "to love"
-3
Dino
An Italian name meaning "little sword", and he's also the Flintstones' family pet

Female Dog Names Ending in O

Votes Name Vote
7
Fargo
Of Spanish origin, a variation of Vargo/Vargas which means "from the fenced pasture"
7
Margo
A Hungarian name which means "pearl"
6
Jingo
A 17th century conqueror's word emanating from a popular song supporting the sending of a British fleet into Turkish waters
5
Bitter-Boo
The word "bitter" is a High German nickname or occupational name for a bidder or broker, municipal alms collector of suitor"; the "boo" is a cute suffix
5
Loo-Loo
A North German and Dutch topographical name for someone who lives near a wood
5
Gizmo
A slang term for a device or gadget; also a character in the movie "The Gremlins"
5
Aniko
A Hebrew baby name which means "grace"
5
Yoko
The name of the wife of singer and song writer former Beatle, John Lennon
4
Fresco
A Spanish word meaning "fresh"
4
Halo
Of Greek origin, a word or name meaning "divine aura"
4
Mieko
A Japanese name which means "already prospered, child blessed with beauty"
3
Asako
A Japanese name which means "morning child"
3
Vivo
An Italian patronymic nickname for Viva which means "alive"; also shortened version of Vivaldo, Vivenzo or Viviano
3
Boo-Boo
A colloquialism which generally refers to a minor injury
2
Kono
The name of a female character in the current TV series "Hawaii 5-0"
2
Coco
A Spanish abbreviation of Sorocco which means "help"; also shortened form of Corinne, Colette and Chloe
2
Cleo
Shortened form of Cleopatra, an Egyptian Pharaohs daughter who later became sole ruler
1
Tamiko
A Japanese name which means "child of the people"
1
Juno
A Roman name for queen of the gods; also Jupiter's consort
1
Echo
A reverberation of sounds heard in an enclosed, empty space
0
Limo
A shortened version of the word Limousine, which is a luxury sedan or saloon car, generally driven by a chauffeur
0
Kiki
A Japanese name which means "Chrysanthemum child"; symbolizes optimism and joy
0
Marlo
An English nickname which means "descendant of Mary"
0
Willo
A spelling variation of Willow, which is an English word meaning "slender, graceful"
-1
Hanako
A Japanese word which means "flower, splendor, petal, shine, luster, ostentatious, showy"
-1
Kato
A Latin variation of Cato which means "all-knowing"
-1
JoJo
A gender neutral name, a diminutive of Joseph and Jolene which means "Monday born", used in African countries
-2
Penny-Poo
The name "Penny" is a Greek name which means "flower"; the "poo" is a cute suffix
-2
Hero
A gender neutral name for anyone who acts with extraordinary bravery
-2
Callisto
A variation of Kallisto, in Greek myth, she was a nymph who caught the eye of Zeus; the name means "most beautiful"

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