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Introduction

Known informally as “The Sooner State”, Oklahoma is located in the south-central part of the United States. The name “Oklahoma” comes from the Choctaw words “okla” and “humma” which means “red people”. The land in the state is varied; while in Oklahoma, you can see small mountain ranges, prairie, mesas and eastern forests. Diversity extends to the people residing in the state as well; there are more than 25 Native American languages spoken in Oklahoma as well as a large amount of folks with English, German, Scottish, Scots-Irish, African American and Native American ancestry.

An Oklahoma-inspired name may be just what you are looking for as you seek the perfect moniker for your new canine companion. With the state’s diversity of landscape and culture, there are plenty of naming options to consider. 

Oklahoma Dog Names in Pop Culture

Oklahoma Dog Name Considerations

A big part of bringing home a new dog is coming up with a name; for many, this can be a challenge. It is understandable that you seek a name that not only fits your dog but has some meaning for you. As you consider that you will be calling this name many times and for years to come, you may feel even more pressure to pick a perfect moniker. If you feel positively about the state of Oklahoma or an area within it, you might want to consider a name inspired by the state. With a lot of diversity of landscape and residents, the state will offer plenty of naming opportunities. With an Oklahoma-inspired name, you will be given regular reminders of a place that has meaning to you.

A name inspired by Oklahoma may also be a fit if your dog reminds you of a dog from the state or if he shows interest in an activity or has particular traits that make you think of the state. If he reminds you of a running back as he runs after the ball, for example, Sooner football may come to mind.

Regardless of why you are considering a name from Oklahoma, you will find that the state is able to offer plenty of inspiration as you look for the name that best fits your pooch.

Male Oklahoma Dog Names

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Norman
A city in Oklahoma located about 20 miles south of Oklahoma City
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Edmund
A city that is part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area; located in the central part of the state
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Lawton
An Oklahoma city located in the southwestern part of the state
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Owasso
An city in Oklahoma that is a northern suburb of Tulsa
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Mickey
Major League Baseball player Mickey Mantle was born in Spavinaw, Oklahoma
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Sooner
For the University of Oklahoma Sooners
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Stanley
For Lake Stanley Draper, a reservoir in southeast Oklahoma City
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Lincoln
Lincoln Riley is the head coach of the Oklahoma Sooners football
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Alabaster
For Alabaster Caverns State Park, which includes a ¾ mile cavern made of alabaster
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Yukon
A city that is included in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area
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Thunder
For the NBA team the Oklahoma City Thunder
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Duncan
A city located in the southern part of the state
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Guthrie
A city that is a part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area
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Buck
Buck Creek is a stream that flows for 38.9 miles
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Brad
Actor Brad Pitt was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma
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Murray
Lake Murray State Park, the first and largest state park in Oklahoma
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Howard
Actor and director Ron Howard was born in Duncan Oklahoma
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Chuck
Actor, producer and martial artist Chuck Norris was born in Ryan, Oklahoma
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Gaylord
For the Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, the home of the University of Oklahoma’s football team
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Owen
The University of Oklahoma’s Memorial Stadium is also known as “Owen Field”
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Scott
For Mount Scott, which is one of the state’s most prominent mountains
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Arbuckle
The Arbuckle Mountains are a mountain range in south central Oklahoma
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Spiro
For the Spiro Mounds, a major Northern Caddoan Mississippian archaeological site in present day Oklahoma
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Ozark
A portion of the Ozark mountains extends into the northeastern part of Oklahoma
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Pops
A restaurant in Arcadia, Oklahoma, with a giant neon soda bottle outside
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Mex
The canine mascot of Oklahoma University from 1915-1928
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Oral
For Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, an interdenominational, Christian, comprehensive liberal arts university
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Blake
Country music star Blake Shelton was born in Ada, Oklahoma
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Cheever
For Cheever’s Café in Oklahoma City
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Phil
For Philbrook museum, a famous fine arts museum in Tulsa

Female Oklahoma Dog Names

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Tulsa
The second largest city in the state of Oklahoma; located in the northeast part of the state
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Enid
An Oklahoma city located in the north central part of the state
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Kiamichi
The Kiamichi River is a river that is located in the southeastern part of Oklahoma; a tributary of the Red River
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Sapulpa
A city that is located in the central part of Oklahoma
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Bethany
A city that is a part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area
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Ada
A city located in south central Oklahoma, Ada is the headquarters of the Chickasaw Nation
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Bernice
Bernice State Park is located across the mouth of the Neosho River from the town of Bernice; known as the “Crappie Capital of the World
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Eufaula
Lake Eufaula State Park
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Washita
The Washita River is 295 miles long; part of the Red River
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Bixby
An Oklahoma city that is a suburb of Tulsa
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Chelsea
A town in the northeast part of Oklahoma
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Shawnee
A city that is included in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area
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Rose
The Oklahoma Rose is the state flower
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Honeybee
The state insect is the honeybee
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Redbud
The Redbud is the Oklahoma state tree
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Ouachita
Ouachita Mountains, known as the Oachitas, are a mountain range in western Arkansas and southeastern, Oklahoma
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Texoma
Lake Texoma is a lake on the Oklahoma-Texas border
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Strawberry
The state fruit of Oklahoma
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Catoosa
A town that is home of the Blue Whale of Catoosa, a smiling cement whale built by Hugh Davis in 1972 as an anniversary gift for his wife
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Sahara
Little Sahara State Park; its name comes from its resemblance to the Sahara Desert
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Chesapeake
For Chesapeake Energy Area, the home of the Oklahoma City Thunder
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Rue
Rue McClanahan, actress from The Golden Girls, was born in Oklahoma
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Crappie
A type of fish that can be caught in Oklahoma
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Carrie
The winner of the 4th season of American Idol, Carrie Underwood was born in Muskogee, Oklahoma
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Reba
Reba McEntire, called the “Queen of Country” was born in McAlester, Oklahoma
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Pearl
For Pearl’s Oyster Bar, considered one of the best restaurants in Oklahoma City
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Talimena
For the Talimena Scenic highway, which offers plenty to see along 54 miles
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Azalea
Located in Muskogee, the Azalea festival is a springtime attraction in the state
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Ingrid
For Ingrid’s Kitchen, a popular restaurant in Oklahoma City
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Sequoyah
For the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Oklahoma

Community Dogs with Oklahoma Names