Polish Dog Names

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Introduction

Located in Central Europe, Poland is officially called the Republic of Poland and houses about forty million people, making it the sixth most populated state of the European Union. Almost 95% of those who live there are Polish, and 90% of them are Roman Catholic. It is also the eighth largest economy in the European Union. The State of Poland can be traced back to 966 A.D. while the Kingdom of Poland was founded in 1025 A.D. You may be considering naming your dog a Poland name because you are of Polish origin, have been to Poland and loved it, or you just enjoy the language. 

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Polish Dog Name Considerations

When trying to decide on the furfect name for your new pup, you may be thinking a Polish name because you have a Polish dog breed such as the Pomeranian, Polish Lowland Shepherd, Polish Tatra Sheepdog, Polish Greyhound, Kuvasz, Polish Hound, and the Polish Hunting Dog. Or maybe you are Polish, and you want to go with the Polish language as a tribute to your heritage. You may even just really love the country of Poland and would like to commemorate a trip you took there or would like to take. 

Choosing a name is not as hard as you think but you should put some thought into it since your pooch is special and you want their name to be special as well. Since you have already chosen Polish dog names, it is obvious that Poland means something special to you. So, start by learning more about the country and all of its customs, cities, lakes, food, and famous Polish folks. You may want to choose one of those names like Pierogi, which is a Polish dumpling or Casimir, who was the Duke of Poland from 1040 A.D. until 1058 A.D. Whatever name you choose for your canine companion, make sure you like it because you will be using it for years to come. 

Male Polish Dog Names

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Pierogi
Polish dumplings typically served at Christmas
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Azor
Means helper in Polish
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Warsaw
The capital of Poland
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Zeke
Means compassionate, sensitive, and patient
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Wilhelm
Polish for William and the name of two German emperors
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Rysy
A mountain range between Poland and Slovakia
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Walter
Means ruler of the army in Polish
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Borys
To do battle in Polish
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Goulash
A Polish stew of meat and vegetables
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Cezar
Polish for hairy, perfect for a furry dog
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Kielbasa
A sausage that originated in Poland
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Antoni
Means priceless or inestimable worth
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Yavin
Polish for understanding
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Norbert
An 11th century saint
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Bohdan
Means God’s gift in Polish
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Declan
Polish for a man of prayers
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Stefan
One of the apostles
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Jerzy
Polish for George and means worker
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Anatol
This means sunrise in Polish
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Zeno
The Greek philosopher, Zeno of Elea
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Tytus
Polish for Titus, who was the first bishop of Crete
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Sebastian
From the Latin name Sebaste and title for Roman emperor
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Asher
Means blessed, happy, and fortunate one
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JP
Short for John Paul who was the first Pope who was not Italian in 455 years
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Nikolai
Polish for conquerer of the people
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Bunon
Means brown in Polish, perfect for a brown dog
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Krakow
Large city in Poland
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Edik
Polish for wealthy guardian
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Chopin
Frederic Chopin was a famous Polish composer
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Roman
Roman Polanski was the most famous Polish director and Oscar winner

Female Polish Dog Names

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Danica
Means the morning star in Polish
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Curie
Marie Curie was a famous physicist who worked with radioactivity
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Luvyna
Polish for a bright mind
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Wawel
A royal castle in Poland
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Slonko
Means sunshine in Polish
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Zupa
A Polish tomato soup
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Catherine
Catherine the Great was Empress of Russia for three decades
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Nogat
A river in Poland
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Pies
The Polish word for dog
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Margita
Polish for pearl, which would be great for a white dog
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Ksiaz
A fairytale like castle in Poland
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Pawlina
Means a humble and little one
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Ola
A pleasant and bright shining light
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Dumpling
A favorite snack in Poland
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Melania
Means dark and would be great for a black dog
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Aniela
Polish for angel messenger
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Pierniki
Polish gingerbread
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Kamila
Means perfect in Polish
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Tatra
Famous national park in Poland
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Malbork
An ancient town with castles and medieval relics
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Jeziorak
A large lake in Poland
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Celestyna
Means heavenly in Polish
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Katowice
A city in Poland
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Tekla
Polish for glory of God
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Jannalee
The wife of Janus, who is the God of beginnings
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Lizann
Means an ornament that shines bright
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Rapa
A city and a pyramid in Poland
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Paczki
A Polish donut filled with icing or fruit
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Asia
Polish name for Joanna
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Tesia
Means loved by God

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