Dog Names that Start with Ow

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Introduction

Choosing a name for your new canine companion is one of the earliest responsibilities of becoming a pet parent. It is a decision that can influence how your pooch responds to training and in some cases, how you respond to your pet. People may choose to create a list that starts with specific letters or sounds for a number of reasons. Some individuals may be trying to match other names in the house or family, some may have noticed that their new pooch is responsive to the sound that "o" and "w" make, while others may simply like the way that the "o" and "w" sound at the beginning of the name.

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Dog Name that Starts with Ow Considerations

There are many ways in which to narrow down a list that was developed from specific starting letters, like the letters "o" and "w". One way to pinpoint exactly the right name is to use a name that describes your particular pooch, either physically or behaviorally. A dog with a golden coat might aptly be named Owphiyr, a Hebrew name that refers to gold, while a dog with a deep brown coat might be better served by a name like Owenia, which is the name of a tree in the Mahogany family. If your canine is one whose feet never seem to touch the ground, you could select a name like Owl, after the nocturnal bird of prey, or Owda, after a genus of butterfly, while an especially bright or clever animal might be better suited to a name like Oware. Another option is to pick a name that honors an individual with traits that you admire, such as Owodog, after a member of the Taiwanese group known as Lollypop F, or Owino, in honor of Josephine Owino, a basketball player from Kenya. The dog's breed may also give a clue, and you could choose a name like Owena from Scotland for a Scottish Terrier, or Owoh from Nigeria for an African based breed like the Basenji.

Male Dog Names that Start with Ow

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Ow
An expression of pain
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Owaene
A name from the Welsh culture that means lamb or youth
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Owain
A Welsh name meaning well-born
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Oware
An Ashanti mancala game that is reputedly one of the oldest games worldwide
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Owasso
A small town in northern Oklahoma
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Owbed
A Biblical name meaning serving or worshiping
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Owded
A Biblical name that means restorer
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Owden
An Old Norse name that means the wealth of friendship
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Owdhon
A variant of the Old Norse name Owden, meaning the wealth of friendship
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Owe
A Danish name meaning prosperity or homeland
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Owego
A small town in southern New York State
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Owel
An obsolete legal term meaning equal
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Owen
A Celtic name that means well-born
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Owie
A childlike term for a minor but painful injury
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Owin
A Celtic name that means young fighter
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Owlglass
The name of a legendary jester in German folklore
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Owlman
The Cornish Owlman, or Owlman of Mawnan, is a cryptozoological animal that is said to reside near Mawnan, Cornwall in England
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Owly
A term for a person who is in a bad mood or cranky
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Owmar
A Hebrew name that means eloquent or talkative
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Own
A name meaning vigor or wealth; from the Hebrew culture
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Ownby
A surname from Lincolnshire, England that ultimately means Aun’s farm
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Owney
A Old Irish name that means green
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Owodog
A member of the Taiwanese Mandopop group, Lollypop F
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Owodunni
A Yoruban name that means it is pleasant to be wealthy
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Owoh
A common surname from Nigeria
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Owphiyr
A Hebrew name that means gold
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Owsla
The military caste of the rabbits in the book Watership Down
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Owslafa
The word that refers to the Council police in the book Watership Down
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Owyn
A Celtic name that means born of yew
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Owynn
A variation of Owin, a Celtic name meaning young fighter nor spear friend

Female Dog Names that Start with Ow

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Owa
Danish name that means prosperity or homeland
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Owada
Nana Owada formerly performed with Japanese idol girl group AKB48
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Owaissa
The USS Owaissa was a United States Navy patrol vessel that was in commission from 1917 to 1919
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Owatonna
A small town in southern Minnesota
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Owch
A slang spelling of the word ouch
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Owd
An archaic English word meaning old
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Owda
A genus of Lycaenidae butterfly
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Owelty
A vocabulary word that refers to an equalization charge when partitioning real estate
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Owena
A Scottish name that means born to nobility
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Owenah
A Welsh name meaning lamb or youth
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Owenia
A genus of plants in the mahogany family
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Owensboro
A Kentucky metropolitan that is known as the BBQ capital of the world
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Owher
A little-used vocabulary word that means anywhere
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Owino
Josephine Owino is a professional basketball player in Kenya
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Owiwi
A Yoruba word that means owl
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Owj
A very small rural village in Iran
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Owl
An order of nocturnal birds of prey that fly silently
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Owler
A term sometimes used to refer to an alder tree in Northern England
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Owlery
A place that owls inhabit or haunt
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Owlet
Baby owls are called Owlets
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Owl-light
A sixteenth-century term that refers to twilight
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Ownah
An Irish variation of the Celtic and Irish name Una meaning unity or white wave
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Owner
An individual that owns something
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Owo
A city in the Ondo state of Nigeria
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Owocki
Gretchen Owocki is an author from Michigan
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Owolabi
A name used by the Yoruba people that implies giving birth to money
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Owre
An obsolete word that means hour, oar, or ore
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Owrma
A rural village in Rezvanshahr County in Iran
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Owusu
A common surname from the Akan people of Ghana
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Owyhee
A small town in Nevada

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