Dog Names that Start with Ph

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Introduction

Names that begin with the letters "ph" actually have a sound of "f". Not only fun and unique, these names also tend to have a lot of culture attached to them as Old Greek, German, Latin, and French tend to be locations where these titles typically originate from. If you are someone who enjoys culture or names that definitely step outside of the norm, then a moniker that begins with "ph" may certainly be an option to consider. Whether you like them for the tricky spelling or for the cultures they originate from, these dog names can work well for anyone!

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Dog Name that Starts with 'Ph' Considerations

Because monikers that begin with "Ph" usually have tricky spelling and most definitely have a way of tricking people with how they sound, they are perfect for those owners with a sense of humor and for those dogs who tend to be a bit mischievous. Of course, these names can truly be for anyone, but they may fit best for those who enjoy a trick now and then. For example, the Siberian Husky (while not Latin, German, French, etc.) is a perfect candidate for a "Ph" name as they are renowned for being tricksters and lovable troublemakers! If you have one of these high energy dogs, then perhaps names such as Phenice (one who enjoys life), Philbert (much brightness), or Phaelyn (sapphire) could be options to consider. Border Collies could also fit this category well and bear names like Philopoimen (lover of flocks), Photius (scholarly man), or Phebe (bright, pure) would be perfect thanks to their devotion, intelligence, and love of life.  Just a few other examples of dogs known for this mischief are the Pit Bull, Belgian Malinois, Affenpinscher, Jindo, Schipperke, Terrier, and Lab. If you have any of these dogs, then perhaps a "Ph" name may be for you!

Male Dog Names that Start with 'Ph'

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Phineas
“Oracle” English
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Phillip
“Lover of horses” Old Greek
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Phone
A communication device
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Pheland
Celtic “descendant of Faolán”
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Phelim
Irish for "beauty, forever good"
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Phelix
Latin “lucky, happy, successful”
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Phelipe
Old Greek “friend of horses”
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Phenice
Old English for “phoenix”
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Phex
English for “kind man”
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Phelps
Olympic Gold medalist swimmer
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Phallon
“Ruler’s grandson” in Irish
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Phanes
Old Greek for “revealer”
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Pharis
Irish for “heroic man”
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Pheakdei
Cambodian for “loyalty”
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Photius
Old Greek for “scholarly man”
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Phomello
African for “successful man”
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Phocas
“Seal” like the animal, Latin
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Phiran
Cambodian for “rain”
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Phire
“One who burns brightly” Armenian
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Phin
“Oracle” Hebrew
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Phila
“Beloved” in Old Greek
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Philander
Old Greek for “lover of mankind”
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Philart
Old Greek “lover of virtue”
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Philbert
“Much brightness” Germanic
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Philetos
Old Greek for “a collector”
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Philemon
“Only friend; beloved” in French
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Philmore
“Well-known” Germanic
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Philo
Old English for “strongly beloved”
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Philomenes
“Lover of strength” Old Greek
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Philopoimen
Lover of flocks” Old Greek

Female Dog Names that Start with 'Ph'

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Phoebe
Greek name meaning "bright one"
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Phebe
“Bright, pure” English
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Philodendron
Greek name originating from Latin, means "lover of trees"
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Phaedra
Another Greek name that means "bright"
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Phaelyn
“Sapphire” in Thai
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Phenyo
African for "victory"
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Pheriche
A Nepal village
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Pheya
A cute name with an unknown origin and meaning
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Philadelphia
A city in Pennsylvania
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Philippa
Female version of "Phillip"
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Phyllis
A Greek name meaning "leafy foliage; green bough"
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Philoma
Short for Philomena
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Philomena
Greek name meaning "lover of strength"
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Philyra
The name of three different characters in Greek mythology, means "linden tree"
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Phoenix
A mythological bird that can catch itself on fire
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Phraya
Inspired by the Chao Phraya, a river in Thailand
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Phronsie
A nickname for the Greek name Sophronia, meaning "sensible"
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Phylicia
Greek for "fortunate"
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Phylicity
Variant spelling for "Felicity" meaning luck, good fortune"
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Phae
Old Greek for “bright”
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Phan
Asian for “one who shares with others"
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Phanya
Old Greek for “crowned”
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Phayre
“Light-haired” English
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Pheara
Old Greek for “one who loves music"
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Phelia
Old Greek “help, profit; serpent”
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Phelicia
Latin for “lucky, happy, successful"
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Phenice
American for “one who enjoys life"
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Philantha
“Lover of flowers” Old Greek
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Philease
Old Greek for “a loving woman”
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Philine
Old Greek for “friend"

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