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Introduction

Officially known as the Republic of Poland, Poland is a country located in central Europe. The country is divided into 16 administrative subdivisions and offers a temperate climate. Poland is considered to be a developed market and regional power as well as a possible emerging world power. Its economy is the eighth largest in the European Union and achieves a very high rank on the Human Development Index. Poland provides a free university education, state-funded social security and a universal health care system for every citizen of the country. If the country of Poland has meaning to you, it is a great place to turn for inspiration when choosing a name for your new pooch. 

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Poland Dog Name Considerations

Are you wondering what to name your new pup? This can feel like a big decision and it can be hard to know where to start. First, consider what is important to you in a name. For some, finding a name that sounds unique or “cool” is key. For others, it is imperative that the name mean something to them. It may also be a big deal to you that the name “suit” your new friend. Once you know what you are searching for, you can get started looking.

One way to start your search is to choose a place that is special to you in some way. It can be a place that you have lived or visited, or that you hope to see some day. Once you have chosen a place, start by taking a closer look at it; a sort of virtual exploration. Make a list of what is a part of the place; this can include unique food, well-known residents, bodies of water and mountains, among other things. You can then narrow down the potential names on your list by practicing them on your dog and considering whether they meet what you desire in a name for your pet.

With plenty to offer, from nature opportunities to a booming economy, Poland is a great place to look for inspiration for a name for your new canine companion. 

Male Poland Dog Names

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Warsaw
Poland’s capital and largest city
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Poz
For Poznan, a city in west central Poland on the Warta River
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Lublin
The ninth largest city in Poland
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Kielce
A city in south central Poland
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Olsztyn
A city in Poland founded in the 14th century as Allenstein
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Nik
For Rybnik, a city in southwestern Poland
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Opole
A city in southern Poland on the Oder River
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Leszno
For Leszno, a town in the western part of Poland
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Oder
For the Oder River, which flows through western Poland
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Baltic
For the Baltic Sea, a sea of the Atlantic Ocean; one of the countries bordering it is Poland
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Bug
For the Bug River, which forms part of the border between Ukraine and Poland
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Narew
For the Narew River, a tributary of the Vistula River, located in western Belarus and northeastern Poland
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Gorce
For Gorce National Park, located in southern Poland
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Drawno
For Drawno National Park, located in northwestern Poland; part of the Drawsko Forest
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Bruno
For Bruno Abakanowicz, a Polish mathematician, inventor and electrical engineer; invented the integraph
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Stowlowe
For Stolowe Mountains National Park, located in southwestern Poland, makes up the Polish section of the Stowlowe Mountains
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Kampinos
For Kampinos National Park located in east central Poland
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Narew
For Narew National Park, located in northeastern Poland
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Lebsko
For Lake Lebsko, a coastal lake in Poland
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Gardno
For Lake Gardno, a lake in Poland that is part of a national park
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Jamno
For Lake Jamno, a lake in northern Poland that is close to the Baltic Sea
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Andrzej
For Andrzej Duda, the current head of state of Poland
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Spodek
A UFO built on the ground in Poland
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Bigos
A Polish hunter’s stew
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Frederick
For Frederick Chopin, one of the greatest classical composers on the piano; born in Poland
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Pyzy
For Polish dumplings in the form of knobs
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Gulasz
For goulash, a popular food in Poland
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Polesie
For Polesie National Park, located in eastern Poland

Female Poland Dog Names

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Kraków
The second largest city in Poland and one of its oldest
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Konin
A city in central Poland on the Warta River
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Stargard
A city in northwestern Poland on the Ina River
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Vistula
For the Vistula River, Poland’s largest and longest river
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Warta
For the Warta River, located in west central Poland; a tributary of the Oder River
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Magura
For Magura National Park, located in southeastern Poland
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Ina
For the Ina River in Poland
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Pilica
For the Pilica River, a river in central Poland and the longest left tributary of the Vistula River
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Brda
For the Brda River, located in northwestern Poland; a tributary of the Vistula River
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Prosna
For the Prosna River, located in central Poland; a tributary of the Warta River
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Drawa
For the Drawa River, also a popular aquatic trail in Poland
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Obra
For the Obra River, located in western Poland; a tributary of the Warta River
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Bzura
For the Bzura River, located in central Poland
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Gdynia
A city on the south coast of the Baltic Sea
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Zielona
For Zielona Góra, a city in western Poland
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Pabianice
A town in central Poland
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Legnica
A city in southwestern Poland, located on the Kaczawa River
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Kaczawa
For the Kaczawa River, which springs from the Kaczawskie Mountains near Kaczorów
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Dabie
For Lake Dabie, located in the delta of the Oder in northwestern Poland
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Mamry
For Lake Mamry, the second largest lake in Poland
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Babia
For Babia Góra National Park, located in southern Poland
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Biebrza
For Biebrza National Park, located in northeastern Poland along the Biebrza River
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Marie
For Marie Curie, the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, born in Poland
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Irena
For Irena Sendler, a well-known nurse from Poland
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Wislawa
For Wislawa Szymborska, a Nobel Laureate in Literature from Poland
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Basia
For the singer, jazz musician, record producer and composer from Poland
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Angelique
For Angelique Kerber, a well-known tennis player from Poland
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Bory
For Bory Tucholskie National Park, which includes forests, lakes, meadows and peatlands
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Kaplica
For Kaplica Czaszek, the Chapel of Skulls in Poland
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Mazuro
For Mazurolandia, a miniatures park
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Wieliczka
For the Wieliczka Salt Mine; an underground city of salt
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Pierogi:
A popular Polish dumpling

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