The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Dog Names

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Introduction

Choosing a name for your new pet can be an exciting yet challenging task. Bringing home a new pet often feels as magical as opening the door to a fantastic and enchantment filled world, bringing you a new perspective, laughter, and unconditional love. Like the Pevensie children in C.S. Lewis’s “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” the two of you are embarking upon a new adventure together and there will be trials as well as triumphs before the end is reached. Giving your new pup a name based on the extraordinary world of Narnia can help you to remember the magic between the two of you, even on the most trying of days. 

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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Dog Name Considerations

Picking the right name for your canine companion can help improve their training and response time, give them more confidence, and encourage and strengthen the bond between human and dog. The best name for your specific canine is one that both you and the other members of your household are able to easily enunciate and one that your dog responds well to. Some people may narrow down their choices based on the dog’s appearance and personality, for instance, a particularly attractive or gentle dog might be given the name Susan, a red-coated dog the name of Beruna, or a fleet-footed white dog the name Stag after the mythical White Stag. Other pet parents may let the animal’s history be their guide, dubbing a dog that was adopted in late December with the name Christmas or giving that dog who never wants to get out of the water the moniker of Naiad. This book is great source of inspiration if you have multiple dogs to name  as well; the siblings’ names work well in pairs or groups, there’s plenty of creature names from either Aslan’s army or the White Witch’s army to deploy if you are trying to name a whole litter of puppies, and there are even choices like Mr. and Mrs. Beaver or Adam and Eve for those special canine couples. Whatever your circumstance, there’s sure to be some magical names on this list for your dog or dogs.

Male The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
7
Edmund
Third-born of the Pevensie children and the youngest boy, later known as King Edmund the Just
6
Dwarf
Dwarves were also among the residents of Narnia, some of which fought for Aslan’s army, others on the side of the White Witch
6
Stone
Jadis punished disobedient subjects by turning them to stone with her magic wand
5
Golden
The crowning of the new kings and queens of Narnia at Cair Paravel marked the beginning of a Golden Age
5
Kirke
The children were staying at Professor Kirke’s mansion in the country when they discover the passage to Narnia
5
Peter
The eldest of the Pevensie children, later known as High King Peter the Magnificent
5
Tumnus
Mr. Tumnus is a faun, and the first creature Lucy meets in Narnia
4
Clive
The C in C.S. Lewis stands for Clive
4
King
The Pevensie children all reigned as kings and queens in Narnia for many years
4
Rumblebuffin
A giant who had been turned to stone by the White Witch, fought on the side of Aslan when released
3
Christmas
The appearance of Father Christmas was the first sign that the Long Winter was coming to an end
3
Digory
Professor Kirke’s first name was Digory
3
Faun
A type of creature that is half human and half goat, known to be loyal, noble, and kind
3
Lion
Talking lions are one of the most respected creatures in Narnia, but not the same type of being as Aslan
3
Minotaur
A race of aggressive but intelligent creatures who fought on the side of the White Witch during the First Battle of Beruna
3
Mr. Beaver
Mr. and Mrs. Beaver were instrumental in the escape of the Pevensie children; pairs well with Mrs. Beaver
3
Wolf
Jadis, the White Witch, employed wolves as her secret police who also fought alongside her at the First Battle of Beruna
2
Adam
The Golden Age Prophecy stated that two sons of Adam and two daughters of Eve would overthrow the White Witch
2
Christian
C.S. Lewis converted to Christianity when he was in his 30's, partially due to the influence of his friend J.R.R Tolkien
2
Ettinsmoor
The land to the north of Narnia and the home of a type of either two headed or four armed giants
2
Werewolf
Wolves that could transform into a human appearance and sided with the White Witch
2
Winter
The White Witch plunged Narnia into a continuous winter without Christmas for a hundred years
1
Maugrim
The vicious talking wolf that served as Captain of the White Witch’s secret police, sometimes referred to as Fenris Ulf
1
Rhindon
The sword given to Peter by Father Christmas, along with a silver shield
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Aslan
The Great Lion and the one true king of Narnia, considered to be a representation of good
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Blitz
The Blitz, a German bombing offensive that occurred in 1940, is why the children were sent out to the countryside
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Lewis
C.S. Lewis is the author of the Chronicles of Narnia
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Centaur
Half-man, half-horse creatures that fought on the side of Aslan; highly intelligent, honorable, and loyal
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Giant
There were several races of giants who lived in or near Narnia, both good and evil
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Stag
The White Stag was a magical beast that was said to grant the wishes of the person who captured it

Female The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
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Jadis
The self-proclaimed queen of Narnia, typically referred to in the first book as the White Witch
6
Magic
While magic is weak in our world it is still quite powerful in the world of Narnia
6
Robin
An intelligent but nonverbal robin leads the Pevensie children to Mr. and Mrs. Beaver
5
Beruna
A red-roofed town that was near the site of the First Battle of Beruna
5
Margaret
One of the three maids that maintained Professor Digory’s mansion
5
Narnia
The land of Narnia is a magical place, guarded and guided by Aslan the Lion
4
Dryad
The spirits of trees many of which fought alongside Aslan and the Pevensie children at the First Battle of Beruna
4
Fox
One of the talking animals that was celebrating Christmas before being turned to stone by the White Witch
4
Ivory
Father Christmas gave Susan an ivory horn with the ability to call for help wherever and whenever she needed it
4
Macready
Professor Kirke’s housekeeper, a stern and imposing woman
3
Dagger
A cordial of healing liquid and a dagger were gifts to Lucy from Father Christmas
3
Spring
The melting snow and growing plants of spring marked the end of the White Witch’s curse
2
Cordial
Father Christmas gave Lucy two gifts, a dagger and a cordial of healing liquid
2
Delight
Short for Turkish Delight, the dessert that lured Edmund to to the White Queen
2
Inkling
C.S. Lewis was a member of the Society of the Inklings, a group that is drawn to writing, books, and literature
2
Leopard
Talking leopards fought on the side of Aslan and the Pevensie children during the First Battle of Beruna
2
Lucy
Youngest of the Pevensie children and the first to discover Narnia, later known as Queen Lucy the Valiant
2
Mrs. Beaver
Mr. and Mrs. Beaver were instrumental in the escape of the Pevensie children; pairs well with Mr. Beaver
1
Betty
One of the three maids that maintained Professor Digory’s mansion
1
Hag
Extremely loyal followers of Jadis, the White Witch
1
London
The Pevensie children live in London before they are sent to live with Professor Digory
1
Squirrel
One of the guests that was turned to stone while celebrating Christmas was a talking squirrel
0
Eagle
Great talking eagles fought in Aslan’s army during the First Battle of Beruna
0
Eve
The Golden Age Prophecy stated that two sons of Adam and two daughters of Eve would overthrow the White Witch
0
Ivy
One of the three maids that maintained Professor Digory’s mansion
0
Queen
The Pevensie girls all reigned as queens in Narnia for many years
-1
Naiad
The spirits that live in the rivers and streams of Narnia who fought on the side of Aslan during the First Battle of Beruna
-1
Portal
The wooden wardrobe in Professor Kirke’s mansion was a portal to Narnia
-2
Pauline
The illustrations in The Chronicles of Narnia were drawn by Pauline Baynes
-2
Susan
The second-born of the Pevensie children and eldest girl, later known as Queen Susan the Gentle

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