Latin Music Dog Names

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Introduction

In the past decade, Latin music has begun to take the world by storm. From top artists to hits on the Billboard Top 100, Latin music has become a prominent part of the music scene in countries around the world. So it’s no surprise you’d want to give your dog a name inspired by this fun, vibrant sector of music. Maybe your dog is a Spanish breed, your best friend, or your jam partner; whatever the case, there is a Latin music name that will perfectly encompass what your dog means to you.

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Latin Music Dog Name Considerations

When considering whether or not to give your dog a name that is based in Latin music, there is really only one question: do you love Latin music? If the answer is yes, then there is no doubt your perfect pooch is going to love his Latin music name. After all, it’s something you love almost as much as him! Regardless of your dog’s size, a Latin name is perfect for any pup with a little spunk, attitude, and pizazz. Energetic dogs with something to prove make excellent candidates for one of these spirit-packed names. Latin music, like all music worldwide, is dynamic. For Latin music themed names, dogs should have big personalities that reflect this dynamism! Fun-loving, energetic pooches with happy go-lucky attitudes match this theme.

However, maybe your dog is a little moody. Maybe he likes to spend his time staring out the window daydreaming. This is another disposition that can work with a Latin music name. After all, for every love song there is also a song about a broken heart. A dog that has a habit of being a little more mellow would be the perfect fit for the softer side of Latin music. 

Male Latin Music Dog Names

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Pop
Latin pop refers to pop music that has influences from Latin America, but it can also be a more generic term for any pop song sung in Spanish
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Ballad
The Latin ballad is a genre that comes from Bolera, or slow-tempo dance music, and is sung in Spanish
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Loco
The name of the 2014 hit song by Enrique Iglesias; it is the Spanish word for “crazy”
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Ricky
Ricky Martin is a popular Latin singer and American actor from Puerto Rico
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Martin
Ricky Martin is a famous Puerto Rican singer and actor
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Rubio
The surname of Latin singer Paulina Rubio; it means “red” in Spanish
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Enrique
Enrique Iglesias is a Latin-American pop singer with hit songs like “I Like It” and “Tonight (I’m Lovin’ You)”
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Iglesias
One of Spain’s most popular surnames, it is Spanish for “church”
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Julio
Julio Iglesias is a Spanish singer and songwriter; in 2013, he received a reward for the most records ever sold by a Latin singer
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Luis Miguel
A popular Latin artist who has had popular songs in a wide variety of genres, including boleros, pop, ballads, and mariachi
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Alejandro
Alejandro Sanz is a Spanish singer-songwriter who has received 17 Latin Grammy Awards and 3 Grammy Awards for his music
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Camilo
Camilo Sesto is one of the world’s most famous Spanish singers; he’s also written music for other popular Latin music artists
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Trap
Latin trap music began to top the Latin music charts nearing the end of the 2010’s
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Ozuna
An urban singer from Puerto Rico whose music is in the Latin trap and reggaeton genres
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Tejano
A genre of Texan-Mexican music that blends Latin folk and popular music
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Marc
An American singer-songwriter and actor, Marc Anthony is one of the top selling tropical salsa artists of all time
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Omar
Don Omar is reggaeton singer-songwriter from Puerto Rico
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Xavier
Xavier Cugat was a Spanish-American bandleader who helped increase Latin music’s popularity in America
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Mambo
A Cuban musical genre similar to other Afro American music genres
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Reggaeton
A musical genre influenced by hip hop that emerged in Puerto Rico during the 1990’s
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Perro Fiel
The name of the 2017 hit song by Shakira. It translates to “faithful dog”
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Ruben
Ruben Blades is a singer, songwriter and actor from Panama known specifically for his work in Latin jazz
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Musico
The Spanish word for “musician”
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Premio
The Spanish word for “award”
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Matador
From the 1986 hit song “El Matador” by the Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
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Dimelo
The Spanish word for “tell me” and the hit song of the same name by Marc Anthony
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Mana
A Mexican rock band that have topped Latin music charts with their record and concert sales
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Juanes
A singer-songwriter and musician from Colombia, and member of the band Ekhymosis
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Rompe
The Spanish word for “break” and the title of the hit 2005 song by Daddy Yankee
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Palo
The debut song “El Palo” by Juan Gabriel went straight to number one in 1995

Female Latin Music Dog Names

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Selena
The Latin singer who was considered to be the Queen of Tejano Music; she made her recording debut in the 1980's
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Gloria
Gloria Trevi is a Latin pop artist from Mexico; she won the BMI President’s award in 2016 for her contributions to Latin music
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Paulina
Paulina Rubio is a Latin singer born and raised in Mexico City, well known for her expansive career as model and actress
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Grammy
The Latin Grammy Awards were created in the year 2000 in order to celebrate the successes of Latin artists around the world
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Nova
Bossa nova is a genre of music from Brazil; it translates to “new wave” music in English, and is the most popular genre in Brazil today
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Santana
Carlos Santana is a world-renowned musician who merged rock with traditional Latin American music for a music fusion adored by millions
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Voz
The Spanish word for “voice”
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Celia
Celia Cruz was a Cuban-American singer best known for powerful voice
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Shakira
A Colombian singer-songwriter whose pop hits are adored worldwide
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She Wolf
Colombian artist Shakira’s eighth album title
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Bachata
A Latin American music genre that originated in the Dominican Republic; it retains elements of African, European, and Indigenous and music
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Jam
Nicky Jam is the reggaeton singer and artist that released the 2015 hit song “El Perdon” alongside Enrique Iglesias
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Samba
A Brazilian music genre that’s intricate rhythms originated from the sound of drum beats
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Roda
Samba de Roda is an African-Brazilian dance with rhythms closely related to the Samba. In English, this translates to “dance circle"
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Jennifer Lopez
An American singer and actress popularly known by the nickname J.Lo
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Natalia
Natalia Lafourcade is a pop-rock singer from Mexico and is considered to be one of the most popular pop-rock singers in Latin America
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Cantante
The Spanish word for “singer”
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Gasolina
The name of the 2004 hit song by the Puerto Rican singer, Daddy Yankee
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Patria
A song written by Panamanian singer-songwriter Ruben Blades that is largely considered the second national anthem of Panama
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Latina
A female of Latin-American decent
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Amor
The Spanish word for “love; it is used in popular song titles throughout Latin music like “Amor Prohibido” by Shakira
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Cancion
The Spanish word for “song”
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Chayanne
A Latin pop singer from Puerto Rico who has released 21 solo albums and sold over 30 million albums worldwide
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Fonsi
The surname of popular Latin music artist Luis Fonsi, his hit song “Despacito” became the most viewed music video of all time on YouTube
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Talvez
When put together, the Spanish words “tal” and “vez” (“talvez”) mean “maybe”; from the 2003 hit song “Tal Vez” by Ricky Martin
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Nicky
Nicky Jam is an American reggaeton singer and songwriter
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Limbo
The 2013 hit song by Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee; it spent 15 weeks at the top of the Latin music charts
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Enamora
The Spanish verb meaning to “inspire love”; it is #9 of the most popular Latin songs of all time: “Me Enamora” by Juanes
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Maluma
A Colombian singer-songwriter and a Coach on The Voice Kids in Mexico
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Armonia
The Spanish word for “harmony”

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