Hook Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

In comparison to the other works that have surrounded the Peter Pan stories originally penned by J.M. Barrie, Hook is a far cry from traditional. Then again, since the story is more of a continuation than anything else, it does justice to all the main themes and the story’s most important characters with an excellent plot, solid acting, and most importantly, an angle of accessibility for young viewers. Through cinema magic, fans of the original and remakes alike got to enjoy the same old feel with a few new characters. With them came a stack of great names and personalities that, for our purposes, are nothing short of a grocery list of possibilities. And unlike Hook itself, when you finally sit down to feast on them, you won’t have to imagine a thing.

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Hook Inspired Dog Name Considerations

Thanks to the beauty of acting, many of the story’s original characters (along with some new ones) came to light in a significant way in this film, expressing the same outward and shameless individuality that many of our dogs do as well. Because of it, all you really need to do is make a list of your dog’s most unique and quirky traits and try to match them up with someone appropriate from the movie. 

For instance, if your dog is particularly dainty, then Tinkerbell would be a great name. If they are an alpha dog, happen to have a skunk stripe on their head, or have hair on their head and neck that tends to stand up on its own, then Rufio and Skunkhead would be suitable. If they are faithful and funny, then Smee would be a perfect fit. If they’re a little lost or are a little old or slow, then Tootles would work the same way Thud would work for a dog with a larger composition. 

Whatever direction you decide to go, don’t be afraid to use your imagination. Dog naming works much like conjuring the world’s most delicious meal — it takes a lot of thought but once you succeed, it’ll stick for a lifetime.

Male Hook Inspired Dog Names

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Captain
After Captain Hook, the antagonist of the film and lore
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Hook
After Captain Hook, the notorious hook-handed villain
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Banning
The last name of the film's family of characters
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Ace
One of the ever-present Lost Boys
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Rufio
The mohawked leader of the Lost Boys
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Thud
After Thud Butt, the bigger Lost Boy with the infectious smile and laugh
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Dontask
After Don't Ask, one of the Lost Boys who witnesses Peter's transformation
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Latchboy
The Lost Boy played by Alex Zuckerman
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Fields
After Dr. Fields, played by Don Davis
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Shadow
Peter's shadow
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Jukes
The other security pirate who plays opposite Noodler
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Gutless
Another of Hook's faithful pirate clan
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Adventure
A word frequently used to describe Peter Pan's endeavors
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Pirate
Of which there are many; the story's antagonists
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Skunkhead
What Peter originally calls Rufio
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Mousse
Of which Peter says Rufio has too much of
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Barangarang
The call of the Lost Boys
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Neverland
The fantastical setting of the story
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Cecco
A pirate of Italian origin
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Cookson
One of Hook's pirates who has changed duties and appearances throughout the story's history
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Alf
A carpenter and strong man in the original Peter Pan stories
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Mason
After Alf Mason, who was mentioned by the original author as being so ugly his mother sold him for a bottle of Muscat
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Whibbles
An eyepatch-wearing pirate
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Mollusk
After the Mollusk Tribe of the original Peter Pan stories
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Scorpion
The dangerous tribe from the original Peter Pan stories
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Tick Tock
The name of the crocodile who ate Hook's hand
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Mr. Grin
Another name for the croc that ate both Hook's hand and a clock
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Grempkin
After Mr. Grempkin, one of the heads of St. Norbert's Home For Wayward Boys
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Ravello
The a mysterious circus owner later revealed to be Hook's origin
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Roger
After Captain Hook's pirate ship, which also flies the Jolly Roger flag

Female Hook Inspired Dog Names

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Darling
The original family name used in the book that the film was inspired by
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Tinkerbell
The faithful fairy
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Smee
Captain Hook's loyal and comedic sidekick
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Wendy
After Wendy Darling, the motherly figure of the story
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Moira
Peter's wife
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Jackie
The nickname for Jack, Peter's son
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Maggie
Peter's daughter
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Liza
The housekeeper
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Tootles
The old man who lost his marbles and lives with Wendy
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Pockets
One of the Lost Boys who sees Peter Pan in Peter Banning's eyes
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Too Small
The small, quiet Lost Boy
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NoNap
After No Nap, an original Lost Boy created for the film
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Pan
After Peter Pan, the story's true protagonist
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Tickles
One of Hook's pirates, who teases the Banning children
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Noodler
One of Captain Hook's security pirates
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Fairy
What Tinkerbell is
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Marbles
Represent Tootles' happy thoughts, which he loses for a time
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Barrie
The original author of the Peter Pan series
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Nana
The dog and caretaker
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Tiger
After Tiger Lily, princess of the Piccaninny Tribe
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Lily
After Tiger Lily, who lives in Neverland
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Slightly
One of the six original Lost Boys
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Nibs
A joyful and brave original Lost Boy
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Teynte
Captain Hook's quartermaster
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Scourie
A nearly random pirate
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Turely
A character from the original play who was said to "to laugh with the wrong side of his mouth"
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Molly
After Molly Aster, the main character of the Starcatcher series, also by Pan author Barrie
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Aaya
The true name of Tiger Lily
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Millicent
The Darling children's maternal aunt
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Jolly
After the Jolly Roger, Hook's ship

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