Italian dog names
Would you like to give your dog a beautiful Italian name? Italian names have a very special touch and you will find great for both female and male. Here are some Italian dog names that have nice meanings and you'll love them because they sound great and are easy to pronounce. Let's go with the best Italian dog names!
Italian names for female dogs
Many Italian names sound similar to Spanish, but the accent is different, which makes them more special, but at the same time easy to remember and pronounce for Spanish speakers. Choosing a Italian name will ensure that your dog has a special name, but at the same time, your whole family will be able to memorize it and pronounce it without problems. Here are some Italian names for female dogs:
- Luce: means light. Very nice name and easy to pronounce.
- Gioia: means joy.
- Gina: as the mythical Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida leading character of films such as Solomon and the Queen of Sheba or in the famous Falcon Crest series. Gina was also called "La Lollo" because of her surname. So Lollo can also be a great name for your dog.
- Acqua: means water and it can also be a beautiful name for puppies. If your dog is a water dog or similar, it will be great.
- Felice: means happy
- Mare: means sea in Italian.
- Trevi: do you love the Trevi Fountain? Do you dream of travelling to Rome and discovering it? Have you been there and do you have a good memory? Then you will love this name for both female and male dogs.
- Stella: : it's a very nice and typical name for girls in Italy.
Italian names for male dogs
If your dog has an elegant and conquering air, an Italian name will be great for him. Here are a few that you're sure to love. Let's get to know them:
- Lupo: means wolf in Italian. Great name for German Shepherd dogs or similar.
- Piccolo: means small and is a great name for small dogs like the Maltese bichon or yorkshire.
- Leoncito: it means little lion, to pronounce it in Italian you would have to replace the C with a Ch (like in change)and it sounds great.
- Pavarotti: like the famous opera singer.
- Gelato: means ice cream in Italian and a name that goes great with both large and small dogs.
- Bambino: if your dog is like a child for you, you can give it this affectionate name.
- Leggio: it literally means lectern, but it sounds so good that it can be a perfect name for dog.
- Giovedì: means Thursday in Italian. If you love this day of the week or something special in your life happened on a Thursday, you can call your dog Giovedì to remember it forever.
Have you liked any of these Italian names? Great! And if not, check the list of the most popular names on our website