Montenegro Dog Names

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Introduction

Montenegro is a South-eastern European country on the Adriatic Sea. Its population consists of almost 680,000 people, and the World Bank considers it to be an upper middle-income country. Its name, Montenegro, comes from Black Mountain, which refers to the dense forest land on Mount Lovcen.

This beautiful and bountiful country with rich heritage is one that could make anyone feeling homesick if they chose to leave. Therefore, it’s not that uncommon for people to want to look for Montenegro dog names. If you need a helping hand to determine the best name for your dog, then read on. The options are endless.

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Montenegro Dog Name Considerations

The best thing about looking for Montenegro dog names is the size of the pool from which you can draw your inspiration. You can get name ideas from the culture, history, famous people, and anything at all relating to Montenegro.

You can even enjoy creating names from Montenegro-related words and adding your spin so that it becomes a Montenegro dog name. While you’re compiling your list, however, you may want to consider your dog’s gender and personality.

Your new dog’s gender can be the difference between calling them a name like Barry or Grace. You won’t want to confuse people, so if you are going to use a gender-specific name, make sure it’s for the correct gender. It’s helpful if you know their sex beforehand.

However, if you don’t, there are still several unisex names that can appeal as well. You can also make use of Montenegro languages for plays on words such as Pas, which means dog in Croatian – or even Macka, which translates to the word cat to confuse people.

Alternatively, you can think about your new family addition’s personality traits. Are they quiet and timid? Miran means quiet in Croatian, which also makes an excellent Montenegro dog name. If they are playful, a name like Razi, short for razigran, could work too, as it means playful in Croatian. As you can see, many options could work out well. 

Male Montenegro Dog Names

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Pas
Dog in Croatian
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Razi
From razigran, Croatian for playful
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Monty
Short for Montenegro
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Duk
Short for Duklja, the southern half of Montenegro
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Trav
Of the western part of Montengro, Travunia
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Stefan
Stefan Vojislav led a revolt
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Byzan
Of Byzantine Empire
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Otto
From the Ottoman rule
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Zoro
Part of the Montenegro anthem
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Milo
The Montenegrin president
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Dusko
The Montenegrin prime minster
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Ivan
Speaker of parliament
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Brajo
Of Brajovic, Ivan's surname
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Lovcen
Mount Lovcen is a mountain in the country
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Koto
Of the Bay of Kotor
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Bodin
Of King Bodin in 1101
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Mihailo
Vojislav's son
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Constantine
The King's grandson
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Sanjak
Administrative divisions
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Knez
A Montenegrin chieftain
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Vucji
A battle between the Ottoman Army and Montenegrin people
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Nic
Of King Nicholas from the royal Montenegro family
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Budva
A Montenegro township
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Savnik
A Montenegro town
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Tivat
A town in Montenegro
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Milos
A Montenegrin Serb and professional tennis player
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Mirko
Of Mirko Vucinic, a Montenegrin footballer
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Radovan
Military commander and former Bosnian Serb politician
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Dejan
A soccer midfielder
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Predrag
A former sports director for Real Madrid

Female Montenegro Dog Names

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Miran
Quiet in Croatian
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Rascia
The northern part of Montengro
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Petra
From the House of Petrovic-Njegos
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Zeta
The Principality of Zeta from the 14th century
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Djevo
Of Djevojka, meaning girl in Croatian
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Zena
Croatian for girl
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Prilly
A play on prilicno, meaning pretty in Croatian
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Nikola
A basketball center for Minnesota Timberwolves, from Montenegro
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Saint
Of Saint Sava
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Elena
The daughter of King Nikola of Montenegro
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Milena
King Nikola's wife
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Goga
A Montenegrin turbo folk singer
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Milicah
A professional Montenegrin basketball player
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Aferdita
Miss Universe Kosovo 2011
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Vesna
A Montenegrin folk singer
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Danka
Of Danka Kovinic, professional tennis player
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Danikel
Lead vocalist and Montenegrin singer
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Ana
Serbian professional basketball player
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Mladan
Monetengrin national water polo team member
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Mima
Serbian Montenegran actor
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Peko
A famous Yugoslav communist
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Sava
A Yugoslavian Partisan commander from World War II
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Helen
Of Princess Helen of Serbia
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Jovanka
Montenegrin handball player
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Milica
Princess Milica of Montenegro
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Mirko
A writer of Montenegrin heritage
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Veselin
Former Montenegrin officer
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Militza
Grand Duchess Militza of Russia
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Anastasia
Milica's sister
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Elsie
A play on Elsad, the Montenegrin Premier League football player

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