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Posted: 05/28/21 02:01pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Names are fun. I like your choices so far Crowe.

I always try to stay away from the popular names. If I hear one more Luna, I'm gonna cry.


Agree on Luna! It's a great name but there are just too many. We are trying to go Celtic. Have already used Duncan and Riley. Too many Murphys out there, too. Love the name Boomer but it just doesn't fit for a Gordon,


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Yeah, Murphy is overused.

Bodiccius? You could call him Body for short

Means "great victor". Boddica was a great female celtic warrior.


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Cillean? You could call him Kill for short.

Kill, get it boy! [emoticon]

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Just don't use the name Steve Martin gave the dog. LOL

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I guess you can't print what Martin called him, can you LOL!!!

Keep the names coming-the good, bad, ugly, silly and just downright weird!

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Bran.

If it was a female, I'd with Madra (celtic for dog)

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Finn MacCool - he gained all the knowledge in the world after he ate the Salmon of Wisdom

Dagda - first king of the Tuatha de Danann

If you are willing to stretch into Welsh, a celtic language, here are some more:

Hywel - (ap Owain) the Poet Prince
Llewellyn - (Fawr) Welsh leader who united Wales against England

Dewi - ancient god worshipped in Wales - the red dragon of Wales comes from him
Annwn - lord of the underworld
Cwn Annwn - hounds of the underworld

Had to look up these two:
Amaethon (god of agriculture who stole a dog from Arawn)
Govannon - a god of alcohol

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I can tell you another name or two that can cause issues. When I was a teenager I had a female Collie named Lady. Lady was out in the front yard and I wanted her to come in but she was busy sniffing around. I finally yelled Lady get your a** in hear. Well a couple of ladies were walking in the street behind the pine tree I didn't see and the dog was out of there view. If looks could kill I wouldn't be here right now.

I have had several Collie rescues over the years and usually do not change their names to avoid confusion. The one exception was a Collie called Copper because of his unique color, well we have a cop in the neighborhood and I didn't want to be yelling out Copper so his name was changed to Cooper and was a easy change for the Collie.

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Love the Celtic names but I need names that are easy to pronounce and spell. And I can imagine how the name Lady can get people in trouble LOL!

Govannon, however is very interesting. Will have to keep that one under advisement!

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You could go with Centzon-Totochtin. They are the Axtec four hundred drunken rabbit gods. [emoticon]

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