Dog Names Meaning Green

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Introduction

There are many reasons you might want to give your dog a green name: maybe it’s your favorite color, maybe you have a Greenland Dog, maybe you’re particularly eco-friendly, maybe your dog is always grass-stained or maybe you’re one of the rare few who has a puppy that was born naturally green (believe it or not, it does happen — see the featured dog section). Whatever the case, there are plenty of great green names that will not only provide them a unique name, but one that could aptly capture some element of their personality as well, allowing their green-meaning name to provide some meaning in itself. 

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Dog Name Meaning Green Considerations

When trying to come up with an appropriate green-meaning name, you’ll first want to consider what the name will best represent, whether that’s their appearance or their personality. To make it easy, make a list of your dog’s most prominent traits so when you look at our list, you’ll have a good starting point. 

You can always base it on their personality. For instance, if your dog loves being in the woods, the names Forest, Hunter, Pine and Juniper would all be apt picks. If they always act like they’re royalty, then the names Emerald, Jade and Peacock would be good choices. If they’re calm and quiet, the names Sage, Fern and Moss would be great fits. For dogs that are particularly feisty, the names Lizard, Alligator and Crocodile would be suitable. For those who are great patio partners, the names Chartreuse and Julep are ideal. 

Considering the number of green shades and tones that are named after plants, naturally-occurring objects like minerals and numerous other objects, there’s really no limit to how you create your ties or to what you attribute meaning, making giving your dog a green-themed name a great way to go for a wide variety of people and dogs. 

Male Dog Names Meaning Green

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Forest
A deeper shade representative of dark, rich foliage
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Pine
A darker green with a small touch of blue
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Neon
A bright, vibrant green
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Hunter
A darker, somewhat unsaturated green like dark camouflage
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Moss
Can generally be a range of shades, all of which have a mix of brown and yellow
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Seafoam
A light, pale green like the bubbles of sea surf
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Jungle
A semi-dark, rich green
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Mint
A light, pale green
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Pickle
A pale, brown-mixed green
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Seaweed
A range of greens inspired by the underwater plant
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Pistachio
A light, generally vibrant green after the cashew family nut
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Shamrock
A saturated mid-range green close to Kelly green
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Crocodile
A brown, green mix like crocodile's skin
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Grass
A classic mid-tone green
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Malachite
A vibrant green named after the beautifully figured mineral
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Avocado
A brownish green named after the fruit
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Palm
A light, semi-pale shade of green like palm leaves
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Leaf
A broad, generic green term
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Teal
A vibrant blue-green
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Hemlock
A pale, mid-range green with a slight brown and yellow tint named after the plant
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Kale
A dark, rich green with a bluish tint
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Frog
A mid-tone brownish green
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Caper
A dark, faded green like caper berries
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Grasshopper
A light, bright, vibrant green
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Cactus
A semi-pale mid-range green with brown tints
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Lettuce
A natural, saturated mid-tone green
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Lizard
A semi-pale, mid-range green with brown tints
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Caterpillar
A light, bright nearly neon green
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Mantis
A bright, highlight-style shade of green
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Saguaro
A bright but saturated cactus-looking green

Female Dog Names Meaning Green

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Lime
A light and bright green with both saturation and vibrancy; also a sour but tasty fruit
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Artichoke
A pale, mid-range green with an earthier tone reminiscent of the vegetable
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Laurel
A pale, faded green that is generally lighter in shade
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Army
A mid-range green with brown like Army uniforms
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Sage
A mid-to-light pale green; a fragrant herb
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Fern
A mid-range, slightly pale green
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Tea
A pale, brownish green
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Emerald
A rich and lively mid-range green
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Olive
A darker, somewhat pale green mixed with brown
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Jade
A mid-tone green named after the ornamental mineral
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Kelly
A vibrant, saturated green
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Chartreuse
A vibrant, somewhat light yellow-green named after the naturally green liquor
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Pear
A light, happy green
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Parakeet
A light, vibrant shade of green
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Juniper
A dark, rich green named after the Juniper tree
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Basil
A mid to darker green mixed with light brown named after the herb
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Alligator
A brown-influenced green usually lighter than crocodile
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Asparagus
A muted green based on the vegetable
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Beryl
A pale green based on the mineral
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Pea
A muted mid-tone green named after the vegetable; more commonly the color of split-pea soup
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Peacock
A vibrant green with hints of blue
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Spinach
A mid-tone saturated green named after the leafy vegetable
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Viridian
A mid-tone blue-green
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Flora
Similar to grass green
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Chufa
A semi-pale green grasslike tuber
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Cherimoya
An avocado-like green named after the Incan fruit
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Honeydew
A light, pale green
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Julep
A minty green with a brown tint
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Clover
A natural mid-tone green
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Broccoli
A mid-to-dark lush green named after the vegetable

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