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110+ Dragon Ball Z Dog Names You’ll Want to Name Your New Puppy

Dragon Ball Z is one of the best anime shows in the world. If you’re a fan, then it’s your duty to name your new dog after one of its characters!

We’ve got 110+ awesome Dragon Ball Z names for dogs that will make sure that your pup has a super cool and unique name.

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Here are the best Dragon Ball Z dog names.

Male Dragon Ball Z dog names

Vegeta 
Prince of all Saiyans
Ginyu 
A body swapping villain 
Chiaotzu 
Tien’s child-like, telepathic friend
Kakarot 
Goku’s Saiyan name, given to him by his father Bardock
Yajirobe 
A rotund samurai who is deceptively quick
Shu 
This ninja dog consistently tried to destroy Goku and his friends in “Dragon Ball”
Cell 
One of the few villains to best Goku in combat
Tien 
An old enemy of Goku’s who eventually becomes a hero
Piccolo 
Goku’s Namekian rival 
Puar 
Yamcha’s cat like friend who also can shape shift
Goten 
Goku’s youngest son
Goku 
The main character of the DBZ franchise
Dende  
A young Namekian
Krillin 
One of Goku’s best friends and the husband of Android 18
Roshi 
A reference to Master Roshi
Gohan  
Goku’s oldest son and the deuteragonist
Raditz 
Goku’s evil older brother
Frieza 
The evil alien overlord who tried to defeat the Saiyan race
Bee 
Buu and Hercule’s furry Labrador friend
Shenron 
A large green dragon who is summoned once all the Dragon Balls are gathered
Bardock 
Goku’s father who perished leading a rebellion against Frieza
Oolong 
An anthropomorphic pig with shape shifting powers
Vegito 
The being created when Goku and Vegeta use Potara Earrings to fuse together
Yamcha 
One of Goku’s old friends from the “Dragon Ball” days and a master of the Wolf Fang Fist
Zarbon 
An an exotic alien who served as one of Frieza’s right hand men
Kami 
A benevolent Namekian and the Guardian of Earth
Trunks 
Vegeta’s only time travelling, sword slinging son
Nappa 
Vegeta’s right hand man who was defeated by Goku with ease
Gotenks 
The fused form taken on by Goten and Trunks by way of performing the Fusion Dance
Towa 
A primary antagonist of the “Dragon Ball Xenoverse” games
Male Dragon Ball Z dog names

Female Dragon Ball Z dog names

Marron 
Android 18 and Krillin’s daughter
Eclair 
The wife of woodsman who Goku met when he was younger
Coco 
A young girl from Natade Village
Mai 
One of Shu’s partners and one of Goku, Bulma, Krillin, and Yamcha’s oldest enemies
Pan 
Videl and Gohan’s daughter who retains her parents’ fighting spirit
Videl 
Hercule’s daughter, an accomplished fighter, and Gohan’s eventual wife
Chao 
A downtrodden young girl who came from a village in turmoil
Miguel 
The late mother of Videl and the deceased wife of Hercule
Lazuli 
The original name of Android 18
Panchy 
Bulma’s perpetually high spirited and kindly mother
Kale 
This mild mannered woman is one of the first female Super Saiyans
Bulla 
Bulma and Vegeta’s daughter who also exhibits Saiyan abilities
Arale  
originally from the “Dr. Slump” series
Bulma 
Goku’s long time friend and Vegeta’s eventual wife
Caway 
A green skinned female warrior from Universe 4
Caulifla
one of the first female Super Saiyans
Chi-Chi 
The Princess of Fire Mountain and Goku’s wife
Ranfan 
A female fighter in the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament
Idasam 
The boisterous and rude mother of the two sons Goten and Trunks battled
Fasha 
One of Bardock’s old friends and one of the first female Saiyans in the series
Lunch 
A strange woman whose personality flips whenever she sneezes
Gine 
Bardock’s wife and Goku and Raditz’s mother
Nain 
One of the scientists responsible for creating Bio-Broly
Towane 
The EX-fused form of Towa and Gine
Sho 
A villainous scientist who appears in “Dragon Ball Online”
Zangya 
A villainess who faced off against Krillin in the film “Bojack Unbound”
Tights 
Panchy’s first daughter and Bulma’s older sister
Baba 
A fortuneteller and Master Roshi’s older sister
Chuu Lee 
A red headed little girl who Goku encounters on Mount Rumble
Female Dragon Ball Z dog names

Other Characters In ‘Dragon Ball’ As Dog Names (with meanings)

Dende 
derived from the word “denden-mushi” meaning “snail”
Shenron  
a Japanese that word that translates to “Dragon of Spirit” or “spirit Dragon”
Botamo 
derived from the Japanese word “botamochi”
Belmod
God of Destruction in Universe 11.
Champa 
Champa is the God of Destruction in Universe 6.
Katas
derived from the Japanese word “kattatsumuuri” which means snail.
Jackie Chun 
derived from the name of the famous Chinese martial artist and actor Jackie Chan.
Suno 
derived from the English word “snow”
Yajirobe 
derived from “yajirobē”, a popular balancing toy in Japan.
Lime 
derived from the English word “lime” which is a fruit or a color.
Moori (Japanese origin), 
derived from the Japanese word “kattatsumuuri” which means snail.
Oolong
derived from the word “wulong” meaning “amber tea”.
Monaka 
derived from the word “monaka” which is a Japanese traditional sweet treat
Bura 
derived from the word “bra” which is a shortened form of “brassiere” or “wonderbra”.
Pilaf 
a pun on a traditional Japanese rice dish 
Vegeta III 
derived from the word “vegetable”.
Pui Pui 
derived from “chinchin-puipui”, a famous Japanese incantation.
Kuriza 
derived from the word “kuri” which means “chestnut”.
Doramu
derived from the word “drum”, a musical instrument.
Dyspo
derived from the word “disposal”, referring to garbage disposal.
Kale 
derived from the vegetable kale.
Cabba
from the first five words of the word “cabbage”.
Sharpner 
derived from the English word “sharpener”, used for sharpening pencils.
Mai 
derived from the word “shumai”.
Chi-Chi 
means “milk” in Japanese.
Kinoko 
her name literally translates to “mushroom salad”
Pan
it means “bread” in Japanese.
Frost
from the word “frost”.
Zeno
which means to “almighty”.
Shu 
derived from the word “shumai” which is a traditional Chinese dumpling
Tanbarin
derived from the word “tambourine”
Jiren 
which means “stove”.
Caulifla
derived from the vegetable “cauliflower”.
Chirudo 
derived from the word “chill” or “chilled”.
Auta Magetta 
derived from the Japanese phrase “ottamageta” which means “to be very surprised”.
Lord Slug 
derived from the English word “slug”, another term used for snail.
Piano
derived from the musical instrument “piano”.
Ranfan 
derived from the words “ran” meaning “lingerie” and “fuan” which means “foundation garments”.
Korin 
derived from the word “karinto” which is a traditional snack in Japan.
Baba
derived from the word “Baba Yaga” who is an old witch popular in Slavic folklore.
Cargo
derived from the French word “escargot”, which means “snail”.
Videl
a result of the rearrangement of the letters in the word “devil”.
Toppo
derived from the English word “top”.
Gala 
derived from the Galapagos Islands as a pun.
Pagos 
derived from the Galapagos Islands as a pun.
Onio 
which is derived from “onion”.
Erasa
derived from the word “eraser”
Dr. Briefs 
from the word “briefs”
Marron 
means “brown” or “chestnut”.
Kai
from the word “kai” which could mean “ocean”, “shell”, “recovery”, or “restoration”.
Kami 
derived from “kami” which means “God”
Cymbal 
derived from the musical instrument “cymbal”.
Arale Norimaki 
derived from “arare” which is a small rice cracker in Japan
Vados 
derived from Calvados, which is an apple brandy very popular in France.
Nail 
derived from the word “snail”.
Puar 
derived from the Chinese term “puh er” which is a type of tea.
Launch
derived from the Japanese pronunciation of the English word “lunch”.
Other Characters In ‘Dragon Ball’ As Dog Names (with meanings)

The world of Dragon Ball Z is full of heroes and villains, many with strange names that don’t translate well to a dog. We’ve put together 110+ best of names for male and female dogs based on the most popular Japanese characters from the series. If you’re looking for more inspiration, we also have a list of popular dog names from cartoons and also a complete list of anime dog names! We hope these help!

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