Famous Aquarius Dog Names

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Introduction

The eleventh sign of the zodiac, Aquarius, the water bearer, is one of only three signs denoted by human figures and is the symbol that is said to represent those born between January 22nd and February 20th each year. Aquarians and those with a heavy Aquarian influence, generally tend to be intellectual purists who demand some form of independence but are also concerned with the welfare of humanity. This sign is frequently drawn to technological pursuits or pursuits involving social reform and justice, and although they may sometimes appear to be distant and withdrawn, they are typically tolerant and understanding with most people, even those from very different backgrounds. They typically prefer to control their emotional expressions, some even go so far as to suppress those emotions, but they will freely pour out their ideas and exchange knowledge with anyone who is interested. 

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Famous Aquarius Dog Names in Pop Culture

Famous Aquarius Dog Name Considerations

There are a number of ways to pinpoint the most appropriate name for your new canine companion when choosing from a list of famous or notable individuals. Some people may start with their own hobbies or interests, leading a sports fans to choose a name like Toots, to honor wrestler Toots Mondt, or Ronda, after MMA fighter Ronda Rousey, and those who are musically inclined my prefer names like Alice, for Alice Cooper, Shakira, after singer-songwriter Shakira, or even Yoko, for the creative but divisive wife of the late John Lennon. A fan of the cinematic arts may be more drawn to a name like George, for George Romero, director of the Living Dead movies, or Lillian, in honor of Walt Disney’s wife Lillian Disney, an ink artist in her own right, but those who prefer to read may choose names honoring Aquarian authors like Jules Verne, Ayn Rand, Ransom Riggs, or Judy Blume. Other new pet parents may look to their dog’s personality instead to find the perfect moniker, choosing the first name of a comedian, like Eddie Izzard, Ellen Degeneres, or Teller, for the silent half of the duo Penn & Teller, for a dog that likes to make you laugh, whereas a dog with the need for speed may end up with, a name like Enzo, for race car driver and developer Enzo Ferrari. 

Male Famous Aquarius Dog Names

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Abraham
The 16th President Abraham Lincoln, born February 12th, helped to preserve the Union and abolished slavery in the United States during the American Civil War
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Alice
Heavy metal rocker Alice Cooper, born February 4th, is known as the Godfather of Shock Rock
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Ashton
Actor Ashton Kutcher, born February 7th, has become a successful venture capitalist who also established an international human rights organization
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Babe
Baseball legend Babe Ruth, born February 6th, was also known as The Great Bambino and The Sultan of Swing
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Buzz
One of the first people to step foot on the moon, astronaut Buzz Aldrin, born January 20th, became a writer of both science fiction novels and children’s books
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Charles
English novelist Charles Dickens, born February 7th, left school at a young age due to his father’s imprisonment and advocated for social reform in his writings
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Christian
Actor Christian Bale, born January 30th, is a supporter of several charities including Greenpeace and Sea Shepherd Conservation
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Christiano
Portuguese soccer player Christiano Ronaldo, born February 5th, was ranked as the world’s highest-paid athlete by Forbes in both 2016 and 2017
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Clark
Leading Man Clark Gable, born February 1st, was sometimes referred to as The King of Hollywood
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Dog
Bounty hunter Duane Chapman, better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, televised his efforts to track down and confront bail jumpers
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Eddie
English comedian and actor Eddie Izzard, born February 7th, was once referred to as “The Lost Python” by John Cleese of the Monty Python Troupe
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Elijah
Prolific and well-known actor Elijah Wood, born January 28th, was a critically acclaimed actor by the age of nine
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Enzo
Italian race car driver Enzo Ferrari, born February 18th, later founded the Ferrari car company
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Felipe
Felipe VI of Spain, born January 30th, became the youngest monarch in Europe when he succeeded his father in 2014
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Galileo
Italian scientist and artist Galileo Galilei, born February 15th, was known as the father of modern observational astronomy, and modern physics and science
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George
Iconic director George Romero, born February 4th, was known as the Godfather of all Zombies
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Grigori
Grigori Rasputin, the mysterious adviser to the royal family of Russia during their downfall, was born January 21st
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Jerry
The television host of the outlandish self-titled Jerry Springer show was born February 13th
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John
Founding father John Hancock, born January 23rd, was also the President of the Continental Congress
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Jules
Author Jules Verne, born February 8th, is sometimes referred to as the Father of Science Fiction
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Lewis
The eccentric author Lewis Carroll, born January 27th wrote fantasy based books like Alice in Wonderland and Sylvie and Bruno
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Norman
Enduring artist Norman Rockwell, born February 3rd, is best known for his Saturday Evening Post illustrations and images of American life
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Phil
English drummer and record producer Phil Collins, born January 30th, started out as a child actor in the 1960s but was quickly drawn to music
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Ransom
Ransom Riggs, the author of the imaginative and best-selling Peculiar Children series, was born February 3rd
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Ronald
Actor and statesman Ronald Reagan, born February 6th, became the 40th president of the United States in 1981
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Teller
The silent partner in the long-standing comedic magic act Penn & Teller, Raymond Teller, was born February 14th
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Toots
Professional wrestler Joseph “Toots” Mondt, born January 18th, transformed the wrestling industry as a promoter in the 1920s
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Wayne
Hockey great Wayne Gretzky, born January 26th, was a four-time Stanley Cup Champion who broke several hockey and skating records
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Wilhelm
Born January 27th, the last Kaiser of Germany, Kaiser Wilhelm II, fled to the Netherlands after abandoning the throne
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Wolfgang
Prolific classic composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born January 27th, composed and performed for royalty when he was five years old

Female Famous Aquarius Dog Names

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Alice
Alice Walker, born February 9th, is the poet and author responsible for the book The Color Purple, a Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award-winning novel
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Ayn
Author Ayn Rand, born February 2nd, is best known for her thought-provoking philosophical novels such as Atlas Shrugged
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Bessie
The first black woman to earn a pilot’s license, Bessie Coleman, born January 26th, moved from America to France to pursue her dreams
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Chloe
Actress Chloe Grace Moretz, born February 10th, is a prolific actress who has earned several awards over the last decade
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Christina
Actress Christina Ricci, born February 12th, is also the national spokesperson for the Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network
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Ellen
Comedian and popular talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, born January 26th, also voiced the character Dory in Finding Nemo and the sequel, Finding Dory
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Eva
Hungarian actress and socialite Eva Gabor, born February 11th, was best known for her role on the television show Green Acres
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Geena
Actress Geena Davis, born January 21st, sponsored the largest research project undertaken in children’s entertainment due to an imbalance in the ratio of male to female characters
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Jillian
Personal trainer Jillian Michaels, born February 18th, is famous for her blend of kickboxing, pilates, plyometrics, weight training, and yoga
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Judy
Judy Blume, the beloved children’s novelist responsible for books like Superfudge, The One in the Middle is the Green Kangaroo, and Are You There God, It’s me, Margaret, was born February 12th
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Laura
Born February 7th, Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of the autobiographical Little House on the Prairie Series of books that later became a well-known television show
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Lillian
Born on February 15th, Lillian Disney, wife of Walt Disney and an illustrator in her own right, was credited with giving Mickey Mouse his name
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Lydia
Lydia Maria Child, born February 11th, best known for her poem Over the River and Through the Woods, also fought for the rights of Native Americans and the emancipation of slaves
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Mariska
Actress Mariska Hargitay, born January 23rd, is best known for her long-standing role as Detective Olivia Benson, for which she has won Emmy and Golden Globe Awards
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Mary
Born February 18th, the Queen of England and Ireland, Mary I of England, was known as Bloody Mary for her violent restoration of Roman Catholicism in England
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Mia
Golden Globe-winning actress Mia Farrow, born February 9th, is also a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
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Minnie
British actress Minnie Driver, known for her portrayal of strong, sharp-tongued women, was born January 31st
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Molly
Actress Molly Ringwald, born February 18th, is considered to be one of the members of the Brat Pack
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Oprah
Named by Time Magazine as the most influential woman in the world, Oprah Winfrey was born January 29th
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Paris
Socialite and heiress Paris Hilton, born February 17th, is known as being famous for being famous
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Peggy
NASA biochemist and astronaut Peggy Whitson, born February 9th, has earned many commendations and awards as well as breaking a number of space-related records
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Ronda
American wrestler, mixed martial artist, and judoka Ronda Rousey, born February 1st, was the first American woman to win an Olympic Gold Medal in judo
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Rosa
Civil Rights activist Rosa Parks, born February 4th, also worked alongside Martin Luther King Jr to combat racism
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Shakira
Born February 2nd, dancer, singer, and songwriter Shakira is the most awarded Latin female artist with 341 awards including three Grammy awards
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Sheryl
Singer and songwriter Sheryl Crow, born February 11th, has earned nine Grammy Awards and sold more than 50 million records worldwide
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Toni
Born February 18th, Toni Morrison, best known for her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel Beloved, is also a Professor Emeritus at Princeton University
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Vanna
Long-time co-host of the game show Wheel of Fortune, Vanna White, born February 18th, has a line of yarn called Vanna’s Choice
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Virginia
Author Virginia Woolf, born January 25th, was known for her modernist, fragmented style of writing
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Yoko
Artist, musician, and activist Yoko Ono, born February 18th, has often been blamed for the breakup of the Beatles
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Zsa Zsa
Hungarian actress and socialite Zsa Zsa Gabor, born February 6th, was known for her habit of calling people “dahlink” and for her many marriages

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