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Top 50 German Dog Names for Girl Puppies with Meanings

If you love German beer, cars or culture, we’ve got great German dog names for you!

  •     Trudy (spear of strength)
  •     Trudi (strong spear warrior)
  •     Hilda (battle woman)
  •     Olinda (protector of property)
  •     Sigrid (beautiful victory)
  •     Klara (bright)
  •     Vera (faith, truth)
  •     Zenzi (to spring up, grow)
  •     Emily (industrious)
  •     Ida (industrious one)
  •     Zelda (gray fighting maid)
  •     Agatha (good)
  •     Gretchen (pearl)
  •     Katrin (great beauty)
  •     Greta (pearl)
  •     Amara (eternal, immortal)
  •     Nia (bright)
  •     Sonje (wisdom)
  •     Petra (solid as rock)
  •     Marlene (from the high tower)
  •     Winifred (peaceful friend)
  •     Elvira (closed up)
  •     Schatzie (little sweetheart)
  •     Millie (gentle strength)
  •     Ava (life)

  •     Senta (assistant)
  •     Selma (devine protector)
  •     Heidi (noble and serene)
  •     Lotti (little woman)
  •     Dagmar (famous, glorious)
  •     Aubrey (noble)
  •     Ula (pearl)
  •     Wanda (wanderer)
  •     Carol (farmer)
  •     Leona (lioness)
  •     Beatrix (she who brings happiness)
  •     Bernadette (brave as a bear)
  •     Wilma (bold protector)
  •     Winola (charming friend)
  •     Tilli (battle maiden)
  •     Alberta (noble and bright)
  •     Gertrude (beloved warrior)
  •     Helga (pious)
  •     Anka (purse)
  •     Marta (lady)
  •     Sascha (defender of mankind)
  •     Romey (obstinate, rebellious)
  •     Liesel (pledged to God)
  •     Christa (form of Christina)
  •     Kaja (alive)

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