St. Patrick's Day Dog Names

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Introduction

Whether you are Irish or not, you've probably heard of Saint Patrick’s Day. But what is this holiday really about? Is it just a holiday where we can drink green beer and eat corned beef and cabbage or Irish stew? No, Saint Patrick’s Day is a religious celebration held on March 17th every year, which is the day that Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland died in 461 A.D. It was actually called the Feast of Saint Patrick but in this case, that has nothing to do with eating. According to Christian history, the Lent restrictions of eating and drinking alcohol were lifted for this day, which is why we suddenly feel the need to drink and eat a lot on this holiday. 

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St. Patrick's Day Dog Names in Pop Culture

St. Patrick's Day Dog Name Considerations

What does Saint Patrick’s Day mean to you? Are you Irish or are you just fond of the Irish traditions? Do you long to go to Ireland someday because of the beauty and culture there? Or maybe you just like green beer and corned beef. Do you like shamrocks or leprechauns a lot or believe that you will have good luck if you give your canine companion a Saint Patrick’s Day name? Could it be that you just love the color green so much that you want your pooch to have a green-themed name? Those are all pretty good reasons for naming your dog a Saint Patrick’s Day name.

Then again, if you have an Irish dog breed, that could be a good reason for a Saint Patrick’s Day name. Some of the most common Irish breeds are the Kerry Blue Terrier, Irish Wolfhound, Wheaten Terrier, Irish Setter, Airedale, Irish Terrier, Irish Water Spaniel, Irish Glen of Imaal Terrier, and the Kerry Beagle. Naming your dog after an Irish food or drink may be your idea of cute as well such as cabbage or corned beef. Yes, those are silly names, but they sure would be cute for your little bundle of fur. We found some more for you to choose from. 

Male St. Patrick's Day Dog Names

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Shamrock
Four leaf clover
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Declan
Means full of goodness in Irish
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Flynn
Scottish for dashing hero
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Brady
Irish for high spirited
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Grady
Means illustrious in Irish
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Jarmy
Irish for without envy
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Ryan
Means little king in Irish
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Aiden
Means little and fiery in Scottish
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Kevin
Irish for kind, gentle, and handsome
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Patrick
Ireland’s patron saint
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Dublin
The capital of Ireland
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Sean
Irish for God is gracious
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Connor
Means wolf in Irish
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Guinness
A favorite Irish beer
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Quinn
Irish name for wise
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Jameson
A popular Irish whiskey
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Riley
Means valiant in Irish
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Nolan
Means descendent from royalty
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Casey
Irish for vigilant
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Reagan
Little king of Scotland
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Delaney
Descendant of the challenger
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Brody
A castle in Scotland
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Stu
Another word for stew, a favorite food in Ireland
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Rory
Irish for red, would be good for red dog
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Bailey
Irish cream whiskey
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Finnegan
Irish for fair and happy
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Keegan
Descendent of the high king
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Lucky
Because St. Patrick’s Day is for the lucky
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Blarney
The Blarney Stone is a block of limestone built into the Blarney Castle
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Wishbone
The breastbone of the turkey that many people think you can make a wish on

Female St. Patrick's Day Dog Names

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Cara
Irish word for friend
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Aingeal
Means angel in Irish
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Madra
Irish word for dog
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Kelly
Means bright headed in Irish
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Clover
Another word for Shamrock
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Molly
The former Queen of Scotland
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Emerald
A green gemstone
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Shannon
Means old and wise in Scottish
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Kerry
Means black in Irish, great for a black dog
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Kathleen
Means pure and innocent in Irish
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Cassidy
Clever or curly headed, great for a curly coated dog
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Bridget
Mythological Irish goddess of poetry, wisdom, and song
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Colleen
Irish word for girl
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Darcy
Means dark, great for a black or brown dog
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Maeve
An Irish warrior queen
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Teagan
Scottish for little poet
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Siobhan
Irish for God has been gracious
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Alayna
Means dear child in Scottish
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Charm
Something you wear or carry for good luck
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Shea
Means majestic in Scottish
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Fiona
Irish for fair, great for a light coated dog
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Neasa
The mother of Conchobhar, the King of Ulster
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Ciara
Means dark haired one in Irish, perfect for a black dog
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Reagan
Irish for the king’s child
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Breena
Scottish for fairy palace
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Calli
Means most beautiful in Irish
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Fallon
In Scottish, it means in charge
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Keira
Means dark haired, great for black dogs
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Inis
Means King of the Island in Scottish
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Dierdre
Old Irish for daughter

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