Dublin Dog Names

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Introduction

By now you probably already know that Dublin is the capital of Ireland, a city with a rich history, numerous stories to tell, and grandiose historic sites you must visit. Indeed, the city is fascinating, but this is a story of another Dublin, Dublin of activities, hidden cafés, and gorgeous nooks you can visit with your new dog, and hey, maybe you’ll get inspired and name them after a famous Dubliner! If you like your coffee like you like your country, independent, you can visit one of Dublin’s many artisanal coffee shops, snuggly fit into small shop windows, surrounded by rustic buildings. Or if you are more into art, you can satisfy your avant-garde needs in the Project Arts Centre. Ireland is fascinating and inspiring, and your doggo can bear the name of one of the famous Irish men or women and maybe even get some of that luck everyone is talking about!

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Dublin Dog Name Considerations

Dublin is full of inspiring places and people who could lend their name to your new pup. If you are a music enthusiast, you probably know about the band The Dubliners, formed in the capital of Ireland and playing Irish traditional folk music. One of the band members can be your inspiration, so your doggo can be named Luke, after Luke Kelly who plays the banjo, Ronnie, after Ronnie Drew – a guitarist, Barney, after Barney McKenna who plays the mandolin, or Paddy, after Paddy Reilly – the guitarist. If you are a fan of the band Thin Lizzy, you can name your special princess – Lizzy! Or you can borrow the names of the bandmates and use them instead! So, your doggo can become Phil, After Phil Lynott, Gary, after Gary Moore, Midge, after Midge Ure, or Snowy, after Snowy White, a name that would work perfectly if your doggo has fluffy white fur.

Keeping close to the realm of music, another cool band comes from Dublin, The Script. Danny O’Donoghue can bear the same name as your doggo, and so can Rodney Alejandro or Mark Sheehan. And who can forget the famous boy band Boyzone, and the members with fantastic names such as Ronan Keating, Keith Duffy, or Michael Graham, all of which can suit your doggo perfectly, especially if they are fond of “singing.”

Male Dublin Dog Names

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Dubhlinn
Dubhlinn, made from dubh meaning dark, and lind meaning pool in early Classical Irish
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Bono
After Bono, Irish singer-songwriter and philanthropist, lead vocalist of U2, born in Dublin
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Shane
After Shane Lynch, Irish singer-songwriter, actor, and a member of Boyzone
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Larry
After Larry Mullen Jr., an Irish musician, the drummer of U2
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Keith
After Keith Duffy, an Irish singer-songwriter
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Donaghmede
After Donaghmede, a suburb in north Dublin
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Leinster
After Leinster, a province of Ireland
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Guinness
After Guinness, a famous Irish brewery
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Arthur
After Arthur Guinness, an Irish brewer and the founder of the Guinness brewery
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Benjamin
After Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness, an Irish brewer and philantropist
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Ian
After Ian Lloyd Anderson, an Irish actor from Dublin, known for his role as Dean in Love/Hate
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Kenelm
After Kenelm Edward Lee Guinness, a member of the Guinness family and a race car driver
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Edward
After Edward Guinness, 1st Earl of Iveagh, an Irish businessman and philanthropist, head of the brewing business
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Rupert
After Rupert Guinness, 2nd Earl of Iveagh, a businessman, oarsman, politician and philanthropist, the twentieth Chancellor of the University of Dublin
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Ernest
After Arthur Ernest Guinness, an engineer and a member of the Guinness family
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Garech
After Garech Browne, an Irish art collector and patron of Irish arts
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Walter
After Walter Guinness, 1st Baron Moyne, Anglo-Irish politician and businessman
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Aidan
After Aidan Gillen, an Irish actor known as Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish in Game of Thrones
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Tom
After Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, an IFTA award winning actor from Dublin
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Peter
After Peter Coonan, an Irish actor known for his role as Fran Cooney in Love/Hate
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Finbar
After Finbar Lynch, an Irish actor from Dublin
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Niall
After Niall MacGinnis, an Irish actor who appeared in over 80 movies and TV series
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Gabriel
After Gabriel Byrne, an Irish actor, director, producer, and screenwriter from Dublin
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Glenn
After Glenn Quinn, an Irish actor from Dublin known as Mark Healy in Roseanne
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Gerard
After Gerard Parkes, an Irish actor born in Dublin
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Ronan
After Ronan Raftery, an Irish television, film, and stage actor from Dublin
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Donal
After Donal Donnelly, an Irish film and theater actor
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Domhnall
After Domhnall Gleeson, an Irish actor from Dublin, son of Brendan Gleeson, known as Bill Weasley in Harry Potter
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Brendan
After Brendan Gleeson, an Irish actor from Dublin, IFTA, BIFA, and Emmy award winner
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Cliath
Baile Átha Cliath, "town of the hurdled ford", a common name for Dublin in modern Irish

Female Dublin Dog Names

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Tara
After Tara Browne, an Irish socialite and an heir to the Guinness fortune
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Baile
Baile Átha Cliath, "town of the hurdled ford", a common name for Dublin in modern Irish
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Átha
Baile Átha Cliath, "town of the hurdled ford", a common name for Dublin in modern Irish
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Liffey
Liffey, a river in Ireland that flows through Dublin city center
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Sinéad
After Sinéad O'Connor, an Irish singer-songwriter
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Aileen
Aileen Plunket, an Irish society hostess and one of the Guinness Golden Girls
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Oonagh
After Oonagh Guinness, an Irish socialite, hostess, and art collector
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Ruth
Ruth Negga, an Ethiopian-Irish actress from Dublin, known as Nikki in Misfits and Tulip O’Hare in Preacher
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Orla
Orla Brady, an Irish actress from Dublin known for her role in The Foreigner
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Fionnghuala
Fionnghuala Manon, Irish actress and activist from Dublin, winner of the Satellite Award
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Dervla
After Dervla Kirwan, Irish TV and stage actress
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Sarah
Sarah Bolger, an Irish actress known as Princess Aurora in Once Upon a Time
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Lorraine
Lorraine Pilkington, Irish actress known as Katrina Finlay in Monarch of the Glen
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Sorcha
Sorcha Cusack, an Irish actress known for her roles in Snatch and Casualty
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Angeline
Angeline Ball, an Irish actress known for her roles in Doc Martin and The Commitments
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Maria
After Maria Doyle Kennedy, an Irish singer and actress
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Dominique
Dominique McElligott, an Irish actress known for Hell on Wheels and her role in the House of Cards
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Lisa
Lisa Hannigan, an Irish singer-songwriter from Dublin, a member of Damien Rice’s band
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Brigid
After Brigid Boden, an Irish singer from Dublin
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Liz
After Liz Bonnin, an Irish TV presenter focusing on science, natural history, and wildlife
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Cathy
After Cathy Davey, an Irish singer-songwriter from Dublin
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Katie
After Katie Kim, an Irish singer-songwriter, and musician from Dublin
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Siobhan
After Siobhan Fahey, an Irish singer and musician, member of Bananarama
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Grace
After Grace O’Mahony, an Irish model, popular on social media
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Louise
Louise Byrne, an Irish model famous for her Charlotte Tilbury campaigns
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Reilly
After Louise O'Reilly, an Irish plus size model and blogger from Dublin
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Pippa
After Pippa O’Connor, an Irish model and fashion blogger
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Nuala
After Nuala Gorham, a Vogue-featured Irish fashion blogger
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Aisling
After Aisling Chan, a model and blogger from Dublin
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Freya
After Freya Broni, a fashion blogger and social media personality

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