Pattern Dog Names

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Introduction

Are you into fabrics, prints, fills, or just bold geometric shapes in general? For the visually inclined, there is nothing more satisfying than a properly executed houndstooth or a luxuriously shining honeycomb. At this point, you're either totally intrigued or completely lost. The truth is, many of you out there are completely into patterns.

That's right - we said patterns! No, we are not talking about grade school math problems, although some of those were pretty satisfying as well. What we would like to focus on here are the countless decorative designs that also happen to sub in as super-trendy pupper names. Have you ever considered naming your next fur-baby after a pattern? 

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Pattern Dog Name Considerations

Bare with us, here. While naming your dog after a funky piece of cloth or a graphic on your screen may not have been your first idea, some adorable outcomes can occur when you select a title inspired by repetitive designs. Still not sure? How cute are monikers like Paisley, Argyle, or Tweed? 

Patterns can pay homage to the many quirks your woofer possesses. They can take a standard-looking mixed breed and turn him into a dashing hound when used correctly. What you'll want to do to make sure the name fits is look at your doggo's main features. These can be tendencies or physical aspects, but either way, try to focus in on what makes your canine compadre an individual. 

If you're worried that patterns can't make your pooch sound impressive or grand, you may find yourself surprised. A name like Arabesque instantly conjures up a grandeur image while Harlequin could make any lady pooch sound regal. 

Some patterns look very good on paper (see what we did there) but may not translate well when you are scolding your four-legged family member for digging through the trash can or sniffing the behinds of your guests. Practice saying the name in question out loud so you can get a feel for how the sounds roll off of your tongue. If you feel silly every time you say it, or the name is too difficult to say quickly, you may want to look at a short form - or a different pattern altogether.

Male Pattern Dog Names

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Argyle
A pattern made with diamond shapes and lines
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Tweed
A thick fabric with many different hues
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Herring
After Herringbone, a pattern that creates many "v" shapes
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Chevron
A pattern very similar to Herringbone with zig-zag features
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Chintz
Bright, glazed patterns often used for curtains
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Check
A pattern that is made of squares
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Tartan
A type of Scottish plaid
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Hedebo
A type of embroidery started in Denmark
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Ogee
A pattern made of rounded shapes
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Plaid
A pattern made of horizontal and vertical lines of different colors
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Scales
A pattern assembled to look like fish skin
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Damask
A swirly pattern often use for drapery
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Trellis
A pattern that criss-crosses
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Fret
A pattern made of intertwining square shapes
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Bamboo
A pattern inspired by the bamboo plant
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Wishbone
A pattern using contrasting colors that resembles the shape of a poultry wishbone
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Arrow
A pattern that uses pointing arrows
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Spade
After the 'spades' pattern, comprised of spade shapes
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Link
After the 'linked' pattern, where various lines weave together
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Chain
After 'chain link', a pattern that resembles a fence
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Jacquard
A baroque print often bold in color
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Bengal
A type of striped pattern
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Jumbo
After the 'jumbo dot' pattern, made of large circles
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Bramble
A swirling pattern reminiscent of tangled bushes
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Glen
After 'Glen Plaid', a pattern made of intersecting lines
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Roman
After 'Roman stripes', which are thick and bold
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Sprig
A pattern made of small twig shapes
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Stipple
A pattern made of many dots close together
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Swatch
A small sample of pattern
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Zalij
A bold and intricate pattern often made with tile

Female Pattern Dog Names

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Gingham
A pattern very similar to check, often used for picnic blankets
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Flora
After Floral, a pattern made up of flowers
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Harlequin
A pattern of latticed diamonds
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Paisley
A print made of rounded swirls with points
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Calico
A print made of small flower shapes
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Honeycomb
A pattern made of hexagons
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Jean
Another name for denim fabric
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Toile
A pattern that often depicts French scenes
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Coral
A pattern that features coral sea life
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Dot
After Polka Dot, a pattern made of circle shapes
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Ikat
A pattern made of diamond shapes
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Palmette
A pattern that is inspired by palm leaves
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Fleur
From Fleur De Lis, a French floral pattern
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Clover
A pattern made of shapes with four rounded sides
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Diamond
A pattern that uses the diamond shape
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Zebra
A pattern based on the coat of a zebra
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Wave
After the 'waves' pattern that uses shapes similar to ocean waves
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Seashell
A pattern of semi-circles that look like clam shells
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Cheetah
After the print inspired by cheetah fur
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Confetti
A pattern made of random, colorful dots
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Glitter
A pattern made of random dots of the same color
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Filigree
A delicate, swirling pattern
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Candy
After 'candy stripe', a brightly colored strip pattern
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Daisy
After daisy patterns, which use the flower in their design
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Berry
After the 'clover berry' pattern, which uses shapes of small plants and fruit
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Mandala
A repetitive, circular pattern
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Starburst
A pattern made of star shapes
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Sateen
After 'sateen repeat', a pattern that uses graphics scattered on a grid
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Wreath
A pattern made of woven circles
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Moire
A pattern made of wavy lines

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