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Introduction

As you consider what to name your new pooch, the possibilities can seem infinite. For someone who is a fan of a particular place (city, town, mountain, river, for example), choosing a name that reminds you of the place that you love is an excellent option. Many are attracted to Paris, the capital and the most populated city in France, for any number of reasons. For those who love this beautiful city, a Paris themed name for your dog may be just right. With a name chosen relating to the French city you love, you will be sure to smile each time you call your new furry friend’s name, as it reminds you of this special place and the memories it holds for you.

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Paris Inspired Dog Name Considerations

Choosing a Paris-themed name for a new canine pal can be appealing for multiple reasons. You may feel positively about Paris for one reason or another and thus a name related to the city will bring about good feelings as you repeatedly say it in reference to your new pet.

A Paris-themed name will make sense for a dog who originated in France, such as the French Bulldog, Papillon and Beauceron, as a way to honor his heritage. Perhaps you are from Paris or the country of France and like the idea of being regularly reminded of a place that is special to you. Your new friend may have been found somewhere in the city of Paris, leading to a Paris-inspired name being an ideal fit.

Regardless of why you choose a name with a Paris theme, numerous options exist that will bring to mind this beautiful city; there is bound to be a name that is befitting of your new pooch and evokes what the city of Paris has to offer.

Male Paris Inspired Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
7
Norm
French in origin and meaning “from the North”, a good fit for a dog that does well in cold climates
6
Spike
The name of the dog in “Rugrats” who spent some time in Paris
6
Ned
French in origin, meaning “prosperous protector”
6
Sinclair
French in origin and meaning “hard working”; perfect for a dog that wants a job to do
5
Colbert
Of French origin for a seaman; a good match for a water-loving dog
5
Versailles
The palace of Versailles is a royal chateau that is now open as a museum
5
Vendome
Place Vendome is a square that is in the 1st arrondissement of Paris
5
Chien
Means “dog” in French
5
Senior
Meaning “Lord of the manor”, your dog may hold a position of authority
5
Valiant
A brave canine will carry this name with honor
4
Garan
Of French origin meaning “guards” or “guardian” and a good name for a guard dog
4
Rodin
Musee Rodin is a lovely museum in Paris in an 18th century mansion
3
Eiffel
The Eiffel tower was built between 1887 and 1889 to be the entrance to the World’s Fair
3
Louvre
The largest art museum in the world, which is located in Paris
3
Bardot
French surname, as in actress Brigette Bardot
3
Bastille
Place de la Bastille has historical significance for both Paris and France
3
Senet
Meaning “wise", is a word of French origin
3
Fanchon
Meaning “free”, this is a great name for a free spirited canine
2
Gaylord
Of French origin and meaning “high spirited”, it is a good fit for a dog with a lot of energy
2
Leal
With French roots, meaning “faithful” and appropriate for a loyal companion
1
Napolean
A French military leader who became prominent during the French Revolution
1
Louis
King Louis XIV was also known as Louis the Great or the Sun King; King of France from 1643 until his death in 1715
1
Lenard
A pooch who is ready to take on anything that he encounters will suit this name which means "lion bold"
0
Hugo
French novelist Victor Hugo wrote The Hunchback of Notre Dame
-1
Sebastien
Of French origin meaning “revered”, which your new pooch surely will be
-2
Geoff
Means “peaceful gift” and no doubt a new canine is indeed a gift
-2
Searle
Of French origin meaning “manly”; a fit for a “masculine” pup
-2
Charlemagne
Also known as Charles the Great or Charles I; he united much of Europe during the early Middle Ages
-3
Haussman
Baron Haussman was in charge of modernizing Paris
-3
Leeroy
Meaning “the king”; your home your dog will likely rule

Female Paris Inspired Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
7
Bella
Of French origin, meaning “intelligent” and a good name for a bright pooch
7
Calantha
Of French origin, meaning “beautiful flower”
6
Madeleine
Meaning “the tower”, this is a good match for a taller canine
5
Anais
French for “grace-filled”
5
Coquette
Means “flirtatious girl” in French and perfect for a sassy pup
5
Eau de Vie
An elegant name, means “water of life”
4
Fifi
The dog that Spike falls in love with in the Rugrats movie that takes place in Paris
4
Ada
French for “first daughter” and ideal for your first female canine
3
Marie
Marie Antoinette was the last queen of France before the French revolution
3
Abella
Means “breath” in French
3
Aceline
French, meaning “noble” and just the name for a dog with a proud stance
3
Jacinthe
This name means “beautiful” and will suit any dog as they are all beautiful
3
Fantina
Of French origin meaning “childlike”,for the idea of a dog that has the energy of a puppy in his middle age
2
Paris
In honor of the city itself
2
Seine
The river is 777 Kilometers in length and a key commercial waterway within the Paris basin
2
Nell
Of French origin meaning “shining light”, which your dog will likely be to you
2
Alixandra
Means “defender of mankind” and a good match for a dog destined to be a watchdog
1
Je t'aime
Means “I love you”, which is surely how you will feel about your new friend
1
Papillon
Meaning “butterfly”, this is a good choice for a graceful pooch
1
Coco
The Famous French fashion designer known as “Coco” Chanel
1
Damia
Meaning “untamed”, hopefully your dog won’t be a handful for long
0
Dauphine
After Place Dauphine, a Paris square
0
Amalie
From the French word for work, perfect for a dog who likes to have a job to do
0
Brigette
Brigette Bardot, the famous French actress
0
Monet
Claude Monet, a famous French painter, was the founder of Impressionism
-1
Connie
A building in Paris that used to be used as a prison is conciergerie, could be shortened to Connie
-1
Sorbonne
A university in Paris
-2
Vignette
This name, suitable for a proud and perky dog, means “little vine”
-2
Mignon
Meaning dainty and delicate, perfect for a large or small dog
-3
Fleur
French for “flower”

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