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150+ Awesome Greek Dog Names with Meanings

If you like to travel to Greece and love the culture of this country, here is the list of Greek dog names for your puppy.

Male Greek Dog Names

  •     Zephyr or Zephyrus (God of the West Wind)
  •     Hector (Hero of the Trojan War)
  •     Pan (God of woods)
  •     Otis
  •     Erebus (God of darkness)
  •     Jace
  •     Dennis
  •     Asclepius (God of health)
  •     Ocea (Titan God of the ocean)
  •     Kal
  •     Odysseus
  •     Constantine
  •     Castor (One of the twins of Gemini)
  •     Timon
  •     Ares (God of war)
  •     Icarus
  •     Helios (God of the Sun)
  •     Julian
  •     Alesandro
  •     Basil
  •     Leo
  •     Typhon (God of monsters)
  •     Owen
  •     Cerus (The bull of the Taurus constellation)
  •     Zeus (King of Gods)
  •     Hermes (Messenger of the Gods)
  •     Argos (Odysseus’ faithful dog)
  •     Zelus (The God of jealousy)
  •     Troy (Famous ancient city)
  •     Alastor (God of family feuds)
  •     Adonis
  •     Estevan
  •     Chronos (God of time)
  •     Egan
  •     Deacon
  •     Corban
  •     Orion (Famed hunter)
  •     Midas (Greek king with the touch of gold)
  •     Magnus

  •     Demetrius
  •     Sirius (The Dog Star)
  •     Hercules (The strongest man on Earth)
  •     Homer (Ancient Greek poet)
  •     Tyrone
  •     Olympus (The home of the Olympian gods)
  •     Kratos (God of strength and power)
  •     Eros (God of love)
  •     Cadmus (Legendary founder of Thebes)
  •     Achilles (Greek hero of the Trojan war)
  •     Plutus (God of wealth)
  •     Caesar
  •     Titan (The elder Gods)
  •     Spiro (Ancient Greek name)
  •     Notus (God of the South Wind)
  •     Cicero
  •     Cerberus (Three headed dog)
  •     Plato (Greek philosopher)
  •     Xenon (Ancient derivative of Zeus)
  •     Spartan (citizens of Sparta)
  •     Evan
  •     Adrian
  •     Ajax (Warrior in Agamemnon’s army)
  •     Cronus (Father of the Titans)
  •     Theo
  •     Horus (Falcon)
  •     Kosmos
  •     Boreas (God of the North Wind)
  •     Tadd
  •     Hypnos (God of sleep)
  •     Caerus (God of luck)
  •     Zelos (God of envy and competition)
  •     Chaos or Khaos (Primordial Greek God)
  •     Triton (Messenger of the seas)
  •     Apollo (God of the Sun)
  •     Ulysses
  •     Atlas (The primordial Titan)
  •     Poseidon (God of the sea)

Female Greek Dog Names

  •     Doris (A Sea nymph)
  •     Dina (From the valley)
  •     Pandora (First mortal woman)
  •     Callisto (A nymph loved by Zeus)
  •     Psyche (Soul, mind)
  •     Atalanta (A virgin huntress)
  •     Hemera (Goddess of daylight)
  •     Iris (Goddess of rainbows)
  •     Libra (Goddess of justice)
  •     Alexa (Defender of men)
  •     Cassia (Cinnamon)
  •     Mania (Goddess of insanity)
  •     Daphne (Bay tree, or laurel tree)
  •     Sophie (Wisdom, wise)
  •     Alexis (Helper or defender)
  •     Artemis (Greek Goddess of hunting)
  •     Fury (Violence, vehemence)
  •     Tessa (Harvester)
  •     Saphira (Beautiful or precious)
  •     Calypso (Nymph who beguiled Odysseus)
  •     Harmony (A fastening or join)
  •     Nyx (Greek goddess of night)
  •     Electra (Shining, bright)
  •     Zoe (Greek name meaning life)
  •     Anastasia (Resurrection)
  •     Calista (Most beautiful)
  •     Leora (I have light)
  •     Delta

  •     Hera (Goddess of marriage)
  •     Arianna (Chaste)
  •     Maia (Goddess of fields)
  •     Evangeline (Good news)
  •     Thalia (Muse of comedy)
  •     Grace (Moral quality of kindness)
  •     Demetra (Goddess of corn and harvest)
  •     Effie (Fair flame)
  •     Amara (Unfading)
  •     Tansy (Immortality)
  •     Georgia (Farmer)
  •     Urania (Muse of astronomy)
  •     Sofia (Wisdom, wise)
  •     Lyra
  •     Helen (Shining light)
  •     Aretha (Beauty, virtuous)
  •     Athena (Greek Goddess of wisdom)
  •     Demi (Abbreviation of Demetria)
  •     Aphrodite (Goddess of love and beauty)
  •     Antigone (Instead of mother)
  •     Hecuba (A Queen in Greek mythology)
  •     Elpis (The spirit of hope)
  •    Penelope (Bobbin)
  •     Bernice (Bringer of victory)
  •     Nike (Goddess of victory)
  •     Ilene (Greek variation of Helen)
  •     Agnes (Pure or holy)
  •     Harmonia (Goddess of harmony)
  •     Neri (Burning light)
  •     Ambrosia (Immortality)
  •     Alexandra (Defender of men)
  •     Eris (Goddess of strife)
  •     Lilah (Night)
  •     Angela (Messenger of gods)
  •     Delia (From Delos)
  •     Clio (One of the muses)
  •     Chloe (Blooming or fertility)
  •     Asteria (Star)
  •     Dido (Beloved)

  •     Andromeda (To be mindful of a man)
  •     Maria (Beloved)
  •     Dora (God’s gift)
  •     Agatha (Good)
  •     Cora (Maiden)
  •     Cleopatra (Glory of the father)
  •     Elena (Shining light)
  •     Hermione (Well born)
  •     Niki (Victory)
  •     Olympia
  •     Carissa (Grace, beloved)
  •     Anna (Favor, grace)
  •     Delphi (An ancient city in Greece)
  •     Muse (Nine goddesses of inspiration)
  •     Meg (Pearl)
  •     Evangelia / Evangeline (Bringer of good news)
  •     Celena (Goddess of the moon)
  •     Phoebe (Bright and shining)
  •     Cassandra (Unheeded prophetess)
  •     Medea (To ponder or cunning)

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