Trilogy Dog Names

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Introduction

Movie makers all over the world have released numerous trilogies throughout the years. However, one trilogy remained so iconic, so epic, and so well-made that it has become the first thing many people think of when they hear this word. The trilogy in question is, of course, The Lord of the Rings. Three films based on the novels by J.R.R. Tolkien have taken the world by storm and inspired many generations to learn the Elvish language, explore the mysteries of Middle Earth, and read Silmarillion, The Hobbit, Unfinished Tales, and other Tolkien’s works. Tolkien’s world features a myriad of characters, one of whom will have the name that will suit your doggo perfectly!

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Trilogy Dog Name Considerations

One trilogy to rule them all, as they say, and what better universe than Tolkien’s to take as inspiration for your dog’s name. Not only are these names beautiful, but they also sound so epic that you will have the coolest sounding dog in the local park. So, where to begin? You can start with The Lord of the Rings and choose the name of Aragorn, righteous king of Gondor and all men, but also known as Strider in his earlier days. If you are a fan of Sean Bean, you can choose the name of his character, Boromir, who began as a treacherous man but, in the end, redeemed himself.

The cutest route you can take is to give your doggo the name of one of the Hobbits, who are the most charming members of the Fellowship of the Ring. Frodo, the ringbearer, Sam, a loyal and faithful friend, Merry, a smart but goofy Hobbit, and Pippin, a brave and pure-hearted Hobbit who would do anything to his friends. Speaking of charming characters, Gimli always comes to mind! A strong dwarf who struck an unexpected friendship with an Elf, and thus expanded his way of thinking, unlike his ancestors.

Male Trilogy Dog Names

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Aragorn
After, Aragorn II Elessar, son of Arathorn, known as Strider, from Lord of the Rings
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Beren
After Beren, also known as Beren Erchamion, a hero and Luthien’s lover
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Gandalf
After Gandalf, an Istar also known as Mithrandir, a Maiar who led the free peoples in the War of the Ring
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Legolas
After Legolas, a Sindarin elf, part of the Fellowship of the Ring
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Frodo
After Frodo, a Hobbit, the Ring Bearer, Bilbo’s nephew
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Sam
After Sam, a Hobbit, Frodo’s gardener, part of the Fellowship of the RIng
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Merry
After Merry, a Hobbit, full name Meriadoc Brandybuck, member of the Fellowship of the RIng
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Pippin
After Pippin, a Hobbit, full name Peregrin Took, member of the Fellowship of the Ring
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Boromir
After Boromir, a warrior from Gondor, son of Denethor II, member of the Fellowship of the Ring
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Gimli
After Gimli, a dwarf, son of Gloin, part of the Fellowship of the Ring
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Faramir
After Faramir, son of Denethor, Boromir’s brother, a man
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Théoden
After Théoden, the King of Rohan
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Melkor
After Melkor, also known as Morgoth, the first Dark Lord, primordial source of evil
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Elrond
After Elrond, a Half-elven Lord of Rivendell, Arwen’s father
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Bilbo
After Bilbo Baggins, a Hobbt of the Shire, the one who found the One Ring
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Tom
After Tom Bombadil, a mystical man who lived throughout the entire history of Arda, known as The First and The Fatherless
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Denethor
After Denethor II, the twenty-sixth Steward of Gondor, father of Boromir and Faramir
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Radagast
After Radagast, an Istar, a Maia of Yavanna connected with the plants and animals
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Éomer
After Éomer, a Man of Rohan, the eighteenth King of Rohan
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Saruman
After Saruman, an Istar, chief of the White Council who studied dark magic
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Thranduil
After Thranduil, son or Oropher, an Elven king and father of Legolas
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Smeagol
After Smeagol, Gollum’s Hobbit name, who found the One Ring which gave him an unnaturally long life
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Celeborn
After Celeborn, Lord of Lothlorien, Galadriel’s husband, and one of the wisest elves
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Haldir
After Haldir, an Elf of Lothlorien, a warrior known as Marchwarden of Lorien
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Sauron
After Sauron, also known as The Abhorred, Necromancer, and Sauron the Deceiver, a fallen Maia and the creator of One Ring
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Nazgûl
After Nazgûl, also known as Ringwraiths, the fallen kings and servants of Sauron
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Gríma
After Gríma Wormtongue, advisor to King Theoden who actually worked for Saruman
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Isildur
After Isildur, Aragorn’s ancestor, High King of Gondor and Arnor, the one who took the One Ring from Sauron
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Erestor
After Erestor, an Elf of Rivendell, Elrond’s chief Counsellor
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Háma
After Háma, a Man of Rohan, captain of Theoden’s guard

Female Trilogy Dog Names

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Arwen
After Arwen, half-Elf, daughter of Elrond, also known as Evenstar and Arwen Undomiel from Lord of the Rings
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Galadriel
After Galadriel, Lady of Lothlorien, known as the bearer of Nenya, the Elven ring
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Lúthien
After Lúthien, also known as Tinuviel, an Elf Maiden of Doriath, Beren’s wife
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Celebrían
After Celebrían, an Elven noblewoman, daughter of Galadriel and Arwen’s mother
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Eärwen
After Eärwen, Olwë’s daughter, Galadriel’s mother, an Elvish maiden and Luthien’s cousin
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Tinúviel
After Tinúviel, also known as Luthien, the beautiful Elven maiden
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Nenya
After Nenya, one of the three Elven Rings of Power, also known as Ring of Water
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Narya
After Narya, also known as Ring of Fire, one of the three Elven Rings of Power
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Vilya
After Vilya, also known as Ring of Air, one of the three Elven Rings of Power
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Éowyn
After Éowyn, a shieldmaiden of Rohan, King Theoden’s niece and Faramir’s wife
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Melian
After Melian, a Maia, Queen of Doriath, Luthien’s mother
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Arien
After Arien, a Maia, the Guardian of the Sun, also known as the Spirit of Fire
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Uinen
After Uinen, a Maia spirit, also known as Lady of the Sea
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Ilmarë
After Ilmarë, the chief Maiar, handmaiden of Queen Varda, the guardian spirit of the stars
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Varda
After Varda, an Ainu, one of the Aratar, Queen of Arda, Queen of the Stars
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Elbereth
After Elbereth, Varda’s alternative name that means Queen of the Stars
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Tintallë
After Tintallë, Varda’s alternative name that means The Star-Kindler
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Gilthoniel
After Gilthoniel, one of the many names of Queen Varda
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Goldberry
After Goldberry, also known as The River Daughter, wife of Tom Bombadil
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Shelob
After Shelob, a Great Spider, offspring of Ungoliant, the primordial spider
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Ungoliant
After Ungoliant, a primordial spirit that took the shape of a spider, ally of Melkor
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Idril
After Idril, a Ñoldorin Elf of Gondolin, mother of Eärendil the Mariner
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Elenwë
After Elenwë, a Vanyarin elf, the wife of Turgon
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Haleth
After Haleth, Haldad’s daughter, also known as the Chieftain of the Haladin
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Yavanna
After Yavanna, also known as Giver of Fruits, one of the Ainur and Valar, Queen of the Earth
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Morwen
After Morwen, an Adan of the House of Beor, mother of Turin Turambar
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Nienna
After Nienna, an Ainu, one of the Aratar, also known as the Lady of Pity and Mourning
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Niënor
After Niënor, also known as Niniel, Princess of Dor-Iomin
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Vairë
After Vairë, also known as the Weaver, an Ainu who weaved the story of Arda
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Finduilas
After Finduilas of Dol Amroth, mother of Boromir and Fararmir

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