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85 Best Female Dog Names Inspired by Greek Mythology (with Meanings)

Are you a true fan of Greek culture and Mythology? We offer you to choose the name for your puppy from the following list.

  •     Aphrodite (Goddess of love and beauty)
  •     Nike (In ancient Greek religion, Nike was a goddess who personified victory)
  •     Carissa (Grace, beloved)
  •     Anastasia (Resurrection)
  •     Alexis (Helper or defender)
  •     Zoe (Greek name meaning life)
  •     Doris (A Sea nymph)
  •     Dido (Beloved)
  •     Callisto (A nymph loved by Zeus)
  •     Dora (God’s gift)
  •     Hera (Wife of Zeus and goddess of marriage and birth)
  •     Artemis (Greek goddess of the moon and hunting)
  •     Libra (Goddess of Justice)
  •     Saphira (Beautiful or precious)
  •     Meg (Pearl)
  •     Eris (Goddess of strife)
  •     Chloe (Blooming or fertility)
  •     Atalanta (A virgin huntress)
  •     Niki (Victory)
  •     Ambrosia (Immortality)
  •     Elena (Bright, shining light)
  •     Olympia (Feminine form of the Greek Olympios)
  •     Sofia (Wisdom; wise)
  •     Psyche (Soul, mind, spirit)
  •     Arianna (Chaste, very holy)
  •     Fury (Violence, vehemence, fierceness)
  •     Agatha (Good)
  •     Hecuba (A Queen in Greek mythology)
  •     Mania (Goddess of insanity)
  •     Urania (Muse of Astronomy)
  •     Maria (Beloved)
  •     Delta (The fourth letter of the Greek alphabet)
  •     Ilene (Greek variation of Helen)
  •     Lilah (Night)
  •     Dina (From the valley)

  •     Georgia (Farmer)
  •     Leora (I have light)
  •     Neri (Burning light or ocean spirit)
  •     Hemera (Primordial deity and goddess of daylight)
  •     Agnes (Pure or holy)
  •     Muse (Nine goddesses of inspiration)
  •     Angela (Messenger of gods)
  •     Phoebe (Bright and shining)
  •     Cleopatra (Glory of the father)
  •     Anna (Favor, grace, beautiful)
  •     Andromeda (To be mindful of a man)
  •     Effie (Fair flame)
  •     Alexandra (Defender of men)
  •     Demi (Abbreviation of Demetria – the mythological goddess of corn and harvest)
  •     Medea (To ponder or cunning)
  •     Harmony (A fastening or join)
  •     Elpis (The spirit of hope)
  •     Celena (Goddess of the moon)
  •     Tansy (Immortality)
  •     Hermione (Well born)
  •     Sophie (Wisdom, wise)
  •     Clio (One of the Muses; inspiration of history)
  •     Electra (Shining, bright)
  •     Evangeline (Good news, bringer of good news)
  •     Aretha (Beauty, virtuous, excellent)
  •     Harmonia (Goddess of harmony and concord)
  •     Calista (Most beautiful)
  •     Cora (Maiden)
  •     Asteria (Star)
  •     Amara (Unfading)

  •     Demetra (Goddess of corn and harvest)
  •     Pandora (All gifts. In Greek mythology Pandora was the first mortal woman)
  •     Delphi (An ancient city in central Greece)
  •     Penelope (Bobbin)
  •     Bernice (Bringer of victory)
  •     Calypso (The mythological nymph who beguiled Odysseus)
  •     Helen (Shining light)
  •     Maia (Goddess of fields)
  •     Evangelia / Evangeline (Bringer of good news)
  •     Iris (Goddess of rainbows)
  •     Antigone (Instead of mother)
  •     Cassandra (Unheeded prophetess)
  •     Daphne (Bay tree, or laurel tree)
  •     Nyx (Greek goddess of the night)
  •     Thalia (Muse of comedy)
  •     Cassia (Cinnamon)
  •     Lyra (Star constellation representing the lyre of Orpheus)
  •     Tessa (Harvester or reaper)
  •     Athena (Greek goddess of wisdom and warfare)
  •     Delia (From Delos)

If you are interested in Greek culture and want to name your dog with greek names, You can get more our name ideas on Greek dog names.