Notting Hill Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

The 1999 film, "Notting Hill" was a romance that captured the hearts of all those who watched it. Hugh Grant (William Thacker) and Julia Roberts (Anna Scott) were wonderful in portraying two very different people who were searching for the same thing; love and happiness. William was a book store owner who focused on the idea of travel. He had a wonderful support group of friends, however he had been failing as far as finding a mate goes. Anna Scott was a famous actress whose career was blossoming and she had simply stopped in Notting Hill to work on a film for a short time. But fate brought them together one day and the rest of the story focuses on how their differences parted them for a time, but ultimately created a beautiful and healthy relationship full of happiness. With many hilarious and well-thought-out supporting characters, "Notting Hill" is a classic that is not easily forgotten. Although it is a great movie, the good news is that Notting Hill is also a real place! It is full of interesting architecture, beautiful colors, and fun festivals. There is no doubt that if you love the movie (and therefore this name theme) you should put traveling to Notting Hill down on your to-do list immediately.

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Notting Hill Inspired Dog Names

A few examples of some perfect breeds for a Notting Hill Inspired Name may be the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Airedale Terrier, English Bulldog, Labrador Retriever, and the Corgi. These are just a handful of the many British breeds that exist in the world and each one is an excellent candidate for a moniker that embraces one of the most interesting places in London! Just imagine a peppy, prissy little Corgi with the name of "Pembridge" or may be even "Corelli". A Cavalier King Charles Spaniel would obviously bare names like "King" and "Kensington" extremely well, but one that may seem out of the ordinary could be something such as "Cobble" or "Kippie". There is no doubt that Notting Hill themed names offer a unique and fun twist to a moniker, just like the interesting architecture and culture that flows through the streets.

You don't need to own a British breed in order to enjoy one of these unique names, as we are positive that any dog could make titles such as these work well! If you are a lover of the movie, place, or just idea of Notting Hill, there is going to be something here for you and your furry friend.

Male Notting Hill Inspired Dog Names

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Portobello
The street where Notting Hill's biggest carnival takes place
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Thacker
The male lead in Notting Hill who owns a bookstore
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Spike
William Thacker's goofy, yet endearing, best friend
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Max
Bella's husband
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Bernie
A supporting role in Notting Hill
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Martin
Will's assistant at the bookshop
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Tony
A restaurant owner in the film
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Talbot
A street located in Notting Hill
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Kensington
A street loaded with interesting restaurants
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Lancaster
The road in Notting Hill where you can find the Museum of Brands, Packaging, and Advertising
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Linden
A beautiful collection of gardens in Notting Hill
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Carni
Short for the huge Carnival that takes place on Portebello Rd every August
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Bumpkin
The name of a delightlful brunch location in Notting Hill
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Elgin
A fun and relaxing British pub located on Ladbroke Grove
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Lad
Short for 'Ladbroke'
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Hyde
One of Notting Hill's many parks
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Cobble
The lovely rock that most of the streets are made out of
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August
This month is when the Carnival takes place on Portebello Rd
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Otto
The shortened name of the bakery Otto Lenghi in Notting Hill
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Ladbro
Another variation of 'Ladbroke; which is a park and street name
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Hugh
Hugh Grant was the actor that played William Thacker
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Oscar
Anna Scott became an Oscar winner during her time away from William in the film
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Marc
Marc Changall's painting La Marièe was featured in the film Notting Hill
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Helix
A movie that Anna Scott acted in
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King
The last name of Anna's old boyfriend
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Stuart
Short for the production designer's full name, Stuart Craig
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Corelli
In the last scene, Will is reading Captain Corelli's Mandolin which is a book by Louis de Bernières
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Blue
The color of the front door to William's flat
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Shepperton
Or 'Shep' for short, this title is the name of the studio that filmed Notting Hill
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Tavin
An Irish variant of the word "Teeve" which has the meaning of "hillside"

Female Notting Hill Inspired Dog Names

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Kippie
An English name (Kip) meaning "pointed hill"
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Anna
Anna Scott is the female lead and famous actress in Notting Hill
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Honey
Will's sister who adores Anna
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Bella
Max's wife who dated Will in the past
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Tessa
Supporting character in the film Notting Hill
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Keziah
A fruitarian who believes that fruits and vegetables have feelings
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Cresi
Short for Blenheim Cres which is a street in Notting Hill; you can find the book store "Books for Cooks" there
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Rosie May
A fun and cute twist on the Rosemead Rd in Notting Hill
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Pembridge
Pembridge Hall is an amazing Victorian style building located in Notting Hill
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Calypso
The type of music played at the Caribbean Carnival in August
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Leddy
Short for the 'Ledbury' restaurant
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Essenza
An Italian restaurant near Notting Hill Gate
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London
Where Notting Hill is located
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Victoria
Victorian style homes are very popular in the Notting Hill architecture
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Holland
Another lovely park nestled in the heart of Notting Hill
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Mew
A style of house often seen in Notting Hill that was built in the 18th century with the intent of stabling horses with rooms above for servants
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Granger
The name of a street in Notting Hill
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Notti
An adorable moniker that shortens "Notting"
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Amery
An Irish name that means "ridge; long hill"
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Tara
Irish for "rugged hill"
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Coronet
A former cinema in Notting Hill Gate
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April
The month where a lot of markets open up and flourish in Notting Hill
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Freely
The film features a book by John Feely
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Aubrey
A lovely street name
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Julia
Julia Roberts is the actress who played Anna Scott
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Michell
Roger Michell directed the movie Notting Hill
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Elei
Short for 'Lorelei King" who was Anna's publicist
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Ritz
The name of the hotel where Anna Scott was staying
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Marie
A twist on the famous painting used in the movie, La Mariée
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Mischa
Mischa Barton played a young 12-year old girl featured in the 'Helix'

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