Snatch Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

For a kid who dropped out of school at age 15, Guy Ritchie has certainly made good on his dream to be a filmmaker, something he had known since seeing Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid as a child. Although Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels was his first hit, Snatch was his first true blockbuster and he used it as a vehicle for success, garnering several awards as well as significant fanfare after the film’s release — it even developed its own cult following. Between the British slang, thick accents and just as thickly-developed characters, Ritchie has presented us with a killer roster of names to choose from that should make dog-naming as fun as it is entertaining.

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Even though very few of Ritchie’s characters are truly “dag” (dog) related, almost all of them have elements of their personalities that you can use as fodder for dog naming. 

For instance, if you have a dog who tends to mumble or never quite gets out a bark or other noise in a coherent fashion (for dogs at least), then Mickey, Piker, and O’Neil would all be great choices. If your dog happens to be missing a toe, then Franky would be a good choice, after Benicio Del Toro’s character Franky Four-Fingers. If your dog loves to play fight and wrestle, then Gorgeous, George, Bomber, and Harris would all be suitable names, especially if they happen to be an actual Boxer breed. If your dog constantly acts like your bodyguard, whether you like them to or not, then Rosebud would be an apt selection.

Of course, there are numerous ways you can go with your naming process. If you can find physical similarities, you can play on those. Because there are several characters from Russia, Jamaica, and so on, you can always use those names for your origin-appropriate breed. You can even steal your dog’s name from a famous one-liner from the movie as well, as long as it suits their personality. That way, you and your “pedigree chums” will never be on thin ice, as Brick Top would say. 

Male Snatch Inspired Dog Names

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Bullettooth
After Bullet Tooth Tony, the bounty hunter
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O'Neil
After Mickey O'Neil, the hilariously misunderstood Piker
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Boris
After Boris the Blade, an arms dealer
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Blade
After Boris the Blade, a former KGB operative
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Turkish
The boxing promoter
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Brick Top
The cruel and unlicensed boxing promoter
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Dog the Head
A play on Doug the Head
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Sol
One of two bumbling criminals
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Mullet
Played by Scottish actor Ewan Bremner
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Darren
An aggressive Piker and friend of Mickey's
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Tyrone
The getaway driver
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Neil
A small character played by William Beck
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Errol
One of the henchmen that roughs up Turkish's slot machines
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Gary
One of Brick Top's henchman, called out for having all the characteristics of a dog... except loyalty
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Liam
A small role played by Mickey Cantwell
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Jack
The gangster who tells Brick Top he just lost $40,000 on an un-thrown fight
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George
A boxer who works with Tommy and Turkish
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Badboy
Who works with Sol, Vinny, and Tyrone
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Lincoln
After Yardie "Bad Boy" Lincoln
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Tommy
Turkish's partner
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Reuben
A small part played by Sid Hoare
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Harris
After Bomber Harris, Mickey's final opponent in the ring
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Russian
One of the film's many Russian gangsters
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Boxer
One of several plot-pivotal roles in the film
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Piker
What Mickey is considered, a Piker
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Dag
How Mickey pronounces "dog" during a comedic exchange
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Cavendish
Rupert Grint's character in the Snatch television series
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Gordon
After Norman Gordon, the safecracker
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Dwyer
After Miss Terry Dwyer
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Smudger
A small role, reoccurring character in the TV series

Female Snatch Inspired Dog Names

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Franky
After Franky Four-Fingers, Benicio Del Toro's diamond stealing character
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Avi
After Cousin Avi, the New York jeweler
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Mickey
After Mickey O'Neil, the Piker boxer
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Vinny
One of two small-time crooks hired by Boris
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Alex
One of Doug the Head's two daughters
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Susi
One of Doug the Head's twin daughters
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MC
A small role played by Charles Cork
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Mum
Mickey O'Neil's mother
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Rosebud
Cousin Avi's bodygaurd
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Gorgeous
After Gorgeous George, the boxer pitted against Mickey O'Neil
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Charlie
After Charlie Cavendish, of the Snatch TV series
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Paulie
A small time fencer and dealer
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Pauline
A small part played by Sidney Sedin
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Bomber
The boxer Mickey eventually fights
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Sausage
After Charlie the Sausage cooker who apparently can't tell time
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Willy
After Mad Fist Willy, who went mad
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Gypsy
What they call Mickey; Mickey the Gypsy
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Dodger
Part of a nickname; Boris the Bullet Dodger
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Stone
A slang term for the stolen diamond
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Bookie
Of which there are several in the film
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Diamond
One of the plot's main items
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Lotti
After Lotti Mott, one of the TV show's main characters
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Ayers
After character Billy Ayers from the TV series
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Fink
After Bob Fink from the TV series
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Chloe
After Chloe Cohen, a local gold dealer
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Lily
After Lily Hill, Albert's mom
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Windrush
A cleaner
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Mushy
A reoccurring character
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Flowers
Lily's mute assistant
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Sunny
Play on Sonny Castillo, the local Cuban crime lord

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