Warsaw Dog Names

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Introduction

The capital and largest city of Poland, Warsaw is located on the Vistula River in east-central Poland. With a population of around 1.765 residents (and about 3.1 million in the metropolitan area), Warsaw is the capital with the 8th largest population in the European Union. Warsaw was once described as the “Paris of the North”, and was thought to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world before World War II, when over 85% of its buildings were destroyed. The city is now one of Europe’s most dynamic metropolitan cities and a center of research and development. 

A closer look at Warsaw will not only introduce you to all it has to offer, but will provide you with a myriad of unique name ideas, one of which may be perfect for your pup.

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Warsaw Dog Name Considerations

Struggling to decide on the perfect name for your pup? You are not alone! It makes perfect sense that you want to find just the right moniker for your pooch; after all, you will be calling that name many times a day for years to come. If you are searching for a unique name with some meaning, think of a place that has some meaning to you. Then, take yourself on a virtual tour.

Warsaw, for example, is a great place to “visit” when seeking ideas. The capital of Poland, the city has much to see and do. It is also home to some well-known people. If you are a tennis fan and are seeking a name for your female pup, consider Marta, for Marta Domachowska, a retired professional tennis player who was born in Warsaw. Need a name for your male pooch? If you love track and field events, you can name your new pal Piotr, for Piotr Buciarski, a pole vaulter who was born in the city.

With a name from Warsaw, each time you call for your pup, you will be reminded of the city and everything it offers.

Male Warsaw Dog Names

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Soho
For the Soho Factory Complex
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Grzybowski
For the Plac Grzybowski, or the Grzybowski Square
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Warsaw
For the city
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Wawer
A district in Warsaw
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Zentrum
A neighborhood in Warsaw
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Bernowo
A district in Warsaw
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Ursus
A district in Warsaw
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Saxon
For Saxon Garden in Warsaw
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Chleb
Bread in Poland
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Bigos
Meat, mainly kielbasa stew with sauerkraut and onions
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Gulasz
Meat stew, pasta and vegetables
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Pstrag
Poached or baked trout
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Krasinski
For Krasinski Park in Warsaw
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Fryderyk
For the Fryderyk Chopin Museum in Warsaw
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Piotr
For Piotr Buciarski, a pole vaulter who was born in Warsaw
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Jeremy
For Jeremy Brzozowski, a rapper born in Warsaw
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Bronislaw
For Bronislaw Kaper, a film composer born in Warsaw
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Andrzej
For Andrzej Szpilman, a dentist, composer, music producer, and publisher
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Slawomir
For Slawomir Fabicki, a film director and screenwriter from Warsaw
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Elie
For Elie Nadelman, a sculptor born in Warsaw
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Antoni
For Antoni Krauze, a screenwriter and director from Warsaw
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Adam
For the Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature in Warsaw
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Copernicus
For the Copernicus Science Centre, a science museum in Warsaw
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Paulino
For Paulino Frydman, a chess master born in Warsaw
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Norbert
For Norbert Banaszek, a cyclist riding for Wibatech Merx, who was born in Warsaw
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Sebastian
For Sebastian Iwanicki, a footballer that was born in Warsaw
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Alfred
For Alfred Tarski, a mathematician and philosopher born in Warsaw
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Witold
For composer Witold Lutoslawski, who was born in Warsaw
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Andrew
For boxer Andrew Golota who was born in Warsaw
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Hilary
For Hilary Koproski, a virologist and immunologist born in Warsaw who invented the world’s first live polio vaccine

Female Warsaw Dog Names

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Praga
For Warsaw’s Praga District
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Vistula
For the Vistula River
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Wolowina
Wolowina Pieczona, which is roast beef
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Pierogi
Half moon dumplings that are popular in Poland
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Pyzy
Potato dumplings that may be stuffed with minced meat or curd cheese
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Mariensztat
A neighborhood in Warsaw
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Wola
A district in Warsaw
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Bielany
A district in Warsaw
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Ochota
A district in Warsaw
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Wesola
The smallest district in Warsaw
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Baranina
Roast, stewed or grilled mutton
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Golonka
Stewed pork knuckle or hock
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Kielbasa
Smoked or boiled sausage
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Racuchy
Small pancakes that are often stuffed with apples
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Bialowieza
For Bialowieza National Park, the oldest national park in Poland
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Katyn
For the Katyn Museum in Warsaw
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Zacheta
For the Zacheta Gallery in Warsaw
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Legia
Legia Warszawa, Warsaw’s basketball team
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Marie
Marie Curie, a French physicist and chemist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity, who was born in Warsaw
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Marta
For Marta Domachowska, a retired professional tennis player who was born in Warsaw
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Joanna
For Joanna Krupa, an actress and animal rights activist from Warsaw
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Edyta
For Edyta Bartosiewicz, a rock singer, composer and songwriter born in Warsaw
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Klaudia
For Klaudia Pasternak, a contemporary composer and opera conductor
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Dominika
For Dominika Peczynski, a singer, model and tv host from Warsaw
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Hanna
For Hanna Mortkowicz-Olczakowa, a poet and writer from Warsaw
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Anne
For St. Anne’s Church in Warsaw
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Nalesniki
Pancakes filled with sweet white cheese
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Flaki
For tripe soup
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Ola
For Ola Kowal, a model, blogger and Instagram star from Warsaw
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Tamara
For Tamara Lempicka, a painter who was born in Warsaw

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