Dog Names Meaning Fairy

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Introduction

There are several ways that new pet parents can come up with suitable names for their canine companions. Some people prefer to name their dogs after previous pets or family members that they wish to honor, while others like to choose names from favorite movies, books, or television shows, or even names with religious or spiritual connotation. Other people prefer to utilize names that have a particular meaning, either one that fits the dog or one that means something sentimental to the owner themselves. There are many options to choose from, such as the ones on this list, if you are inspired by the fairy folk. 

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Dog Name Meaning Fairy Considerations

There are several ways to narrow down a list of names like this one that is based on a specific definition. One way to pinpoint the perfect name for your pup is to look to their personality and preferences, for instance, a dog who loves the water, such as most retrievers and water spaniels, may prefer names that refer to fairies that reside in and around the water, like Alven, Will, or Kelpie, while a dog who loves to dig will be better suited to a name related to an earth-based fairy, like the Ballybog. Another way to choose a name could center more on what the namer is interested in is a method that may lead a Shakespeare enthusiast to choose a name like Puck, Titania, Oberon, or Ariel, while someone who prefers lighter fare like Peter Pan or the Wizard of Oz books might prefer fairy related names from those books, such as Tinker Bell or Ozma. You can also choose names based on the canine's breed or place of origin, picking a name like Chepi or Jogha for a dog like the Carolina dog, while a dog from Mexico or South American may be dubbed something more along the lines of Chaneka or Alux. 

Male Fairy Dog Names

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Aengus
Aengus Mac Og was one of the fairy folk who was later considered a god of youth, love, and beauty
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Alux
A type of sprite from Mayan tradition that is associated with natural features such as rivers and mountains
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Alven
A type of water fairy from the Netherlands that floats in a bubble rather than using wings
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Aziza
Beneficent West African race of fairy that lives in anthills and silk-cotton trees
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Baikal
A glacier lake in Russia where the fairies gather to dance
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Ballybog
An fairy that protects the peat bogs of Ireland
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Chanekeh
Legendary sprite-like creatures from Mexican folklore
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Chiye-tanka
Lakota name for a fairy-like forest spirit
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Dagda
A chieftain and father figure of the to the Tuatha Dé Danann
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Erlking
Name from German Romanticism that means the king of fairies
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Feufollet
A Cajun and bayou fairy that was popularized in the 1920s
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Ghillie Dhu
A Scottish fairy that inhabits birch thickets and wears leaves for clothes
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Hawthorne
A favorite gathering place for fairies is under Hawthorne trees
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Ishigaq
A fairy-like little people of the Inuit that float a few inches above the ground
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Jogha
Fairy-like little people from Iroquois mythology
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Marrow
Sea-dwelling fairies from Ireland, male marrows are particularly jovial in character
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Nuada
King of the Tuatha Dé Danann before they came to Ireland
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Oberon
In medieval and renaissance literature he is known as the King of Fairies
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Oisin
Half-fairy son of Fionn Mac Cumhaill
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Pari
Mythical being from Persia; was originally seen as an evil fairy but later was viewed as good and graceful
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Pooka
A Celtic fairy-like creature of folklore that could bring either good or bad fortune
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Puck
A sprite featured in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Robin
Another name for the jester-like sprite Puck is Robin Goodfellow
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Sidhe
The name of a race of fairies from Ireland and Scotland
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Sprite
A clever but mischievous member of the fairy folk
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Tünder
Name that means fairy in Hungarian
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Will
A type of fairy that gives off light and dances across bodies of water at night is known as a Will o’ the Wisp
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Yaksha
A class of fairy-like nature spirit from Sanskrit lore
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Yosei
The word for a fairy in Japanese, most often seen as birds, cranes, or swans

Female Fairy Dog Names

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Amitolane
A Zuni Rainbow Spirit with fairy-like characteristics
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Ariel
A fairy from Shakespeare’s play The Tempest
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Blue
The Blue Fairy helped to guide a young puppet in the novel Pinocchio
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Chepi
An Algonquian name that means fairy
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Cobweb
One of four fairies that serve Queen Titania in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Devas
A fairy that originated in Greece and Persia, appears as bright orbs of light
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Fay
A name derived from the Old English word faie which means fairy
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Hana
The word for a fairy in Hawaiian
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Kelpie
A Scottish Fairy that is associated with the water
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Lurline
The fairy mother of Ozma of Oz
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Mab
Queen Mab, the fairies midwife, is mentioned in the play Romeo and Juliet
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Morgan
Morgan Le Fay of Arthurian legend was considered to be a type of evil fairy
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Moth
One of four fairies that serve Queen Titania in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Mustardseed
One of four fairies that serve Queen Titania in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Navi
Name of the Fairy that is in the video game Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
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Nidawi
Omaha name that means fairy
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Ozma
Half-fairy ruler of Oz in Frank L Baum’s Oz series
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Peasebottom
One of four fairies that serve Queen Titania in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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Perisa
A name meaning like a fairy, from Persia
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Pixie
A delicate type of fairy with a mischievous personality
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Sylph
A nature spirit of the air with a fairy-like appearance
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Tiana
A Russian Slavic name that means either princess or fairy
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Tien
A Vietnamese name that means fairy
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Tinker Bell
The fairy that accompanied Peter Pan on his adventures and gave him the power of flight
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Titania
In medieval and renaissance literature she is known as the Queen of Fairies
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Tylwyth Teg
A Welsh term that relates to the fairy folk and means the fair family
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Viviane
One of the names of the Lady of the Lake in Arthurian Legend
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Wila
Polish fairy-like spirits who live in the clouds and wilderness
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Xianna
The Chinese word for fairy
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Zâna
The Romanian equivalent of a Fairy Godmother

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