There's no denying your dog is the queen or king of the household. Why not celebrate their reign with a name fit for royalty? Consider this list of royal dog names inspired by real and fictional majesties, both past and present, to find a moniker for your noble ruler.
Royal Dog Names Inspired by Real Royalty
Royal names have been passed down for generations, and many of these have served as monikers for multiple powerful nobles. But your dog doesn't have to come from a long line of aristocracy to earn one of these names. Each name is listed with its English translation or meaning.
- Elizabeth - a Hebrew name meaning "God is my oath"
- Philip - a Greek name meaning "friend of horses"
- Cleopatra - a Greek name for "glory of the father"
- Arthur - a Celtic name translating to "bear"
- Diana - translates to "divine"
- Akbar - an Arabic name meaning "great"
- Margaret - translates to "pearl"
- Nur Jahan - an Arabic name for "light of the world"
- Nicholas - a Greek word for "victory of the people"
- Anastasia - a Greek name meaning "resurrection"
- James - the English form of the name Jacob
- Ashoka - a Sanskrit word meaning "without sorrow"
- Hatshepsut - an Egyptian name meaning "foremost of noblewomen"
- Menes - of Egyptian origin meaning "to endure"
- Henry - meaning "home ruler"
- Ramses - an Egyptian name meaning "born of Ra"
- Victoria - Latin for "victory"
- Antoinette - of Roman origin, meaning "priceless" or Greek for "flower"
Names After the Current British Royal Family
Even if you're not an anglophile, it's hard not to be fascinated by the royal family. And Queen Elizabeth's descendants have some fantastic names you can choose between. From King Charles II all the way down to little Lilibet, these are the current royal family members, along with what their names mean.
- Charles - an English word for "free man"
- Camilla - means "noble"
- William - an English word for "protector"
- Catherine - means "pure"
- Anne - translates to "grace"
- Edward - an Old English name meaning "rich guard"
- Sophie - translates to "wisdom"
- Richard - means "powerful"
- Birgitte - a name that translates to "exalted one"
- Alexandra - means "protector of man"
- George - a Greek word for "earth worker"
- Charlotte - the feminine form of Charles
- Louis - a French name for "famous warrior"
- Harry - another version of Henry, which means "home ruler"
- Meghan - means "strong and capable"
- Archie - translates to "brave" or "bold"
- Lilibet - a Hebrew name that translates to "God is my oath"
- Andrew - means "strong"
- Beatrice - Latin word for "voyager"
- Eugenia - means "nobility"
Best Royal Dog Names for Female Nobility
Noblewomen might not get as much recognition as their male counterparts, but they're just as (if not more!) powerful. These are the leading 10 female royal dog names you should consider for her majesty, queen of slobber.
Top Ruling Male Royal Dog Names
Do you have a noble prince on your hands? We found the top 10 aristocratic names that would be a prefect fit for your handsome male pup.
Names Based on Fictional Royal Figures
From Bridgerton to Game of Thrones and The Princess Diaries, there's a vast range of fictional nobility. Cinephiles and bibliophiles alike are sure to find a royal dog name suitable for their pup from this list inspired by fan favorites.
- Princess Buttercup (The Princess Bride)
- Princess Bubblegum (Adventure Time)
- Queen Padme (Star Wars: Episode 1 - The Phantom Menace)
- Princess Leia (Star Wars)
- Anakin (Star Wars)
- Zuko (Avatar: The Last Airbender)
- Giselle (Enchanted)
- Prince Lir (The Last Unicorn)
- Daenerys (Game of Thrones)
- Khaleesi (Game of Thrones)
- Aerys (Game of Thrones)
- Cersei (Game of Thrones)
- Joffrey (Game of Thrones)
- Aragorn (Lord of the Rings)
- Arwen (Lord of the Rings)
- Eowyn (Lord of the Rings)
- Legolas (Lord of the Rings)
- Princess Bala (Antz)
- Loki (Thor)
- Thor (Thor)
- Mia (The Princess Diaries)
- Queen Clarisse (The Princess Diaries)
- Fat Louie (The Princess Diaries)
- Ciri (The Witcher)
- Simon (Bridgerton)
- Lady Whistledown (Bridgerton)
- Daphne (Bridgerton)
- Colin (Bridgerton)
- Eloise (Bridgerton)
- Princess Irulan (Dune)
- Lady Jessica (Dune)
- Duke Leto (Dune)
If you're a fan of the happiest place on Earth, consider picking a name for your dog inspired by Disney royalty.
- Ariel (The Little Mermaid)
- Triton (The Little Mermaid)
- Eric (The Little Mermaid)
- Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)
- Jasmine (Aladdin)
- Aladdin (Aladdin)
- Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
- Pocahontas (Pocahontas)
- Anna (Frozen)
- Elsa (Frozen)
- Rapunzel (Tangled)
- Moana (Moana)
- Simba (The Lion King)
- Nala (The Lion King)
- Mufasa (The Lion King)
- Sofia (Sofia the First)
- Fiona (Shrek)
- Cinderella (Cinderella)
- Raya (Raya and the Last Dragon)
Names Inspired by Noble Titles
Terms of nobility like "Earl" or "Countess" can make fun names alone or could be used as a title in front of any other name of your choosing. Think "Lord Ethan" or "Baroness Barkly," for example. Use these royal titles from around the world for inspiration.
One Name to Rule Them All
Picking a name for your dog is no easy task. Consider their personality, appearance, quirks, and your preferences before settling on the perfect name. Whatever moniker you choose, your pup is so lucky to have you and to be treated to the life of royalty they deserve.