Well, it’s been a while, so I thought it was about time we added another list of dog names. Here are my ideas for a litter of E’s.
Ephie (Feminine): Greek, meaning well-spoken.
Ellory (Masculine): meaning island of elder trees.
Elowen (Feminine): meaning elm tree. I think this name is gorgeous and would love to use it for a child, but am absolutely positive it would be shot down by my husband hahaha. If you’re in that situation too, maybe you can use it for your pup instead.
Esther (Feminine): Meaning star. Biblical, a heroine of the Hebrew people, chosen for her beauty to be the new queen of Babylon. Rescued the Hebrew people from geniside at the hands of the king and his adviser.
Ezrah (Masculine): Biblical, apparently means helpful person, a prophet from the old testament.
Echo (Neutral): nice and short, a similar vibe for me to the name Shadow.
Emerald (Feminine): could go either way really but it feels more feminine to me. Emmie could serve as a sweet nickname.
Elias (Masculine): Greek and Hebrew origins, meaning “Jehovah is God”.
Everist (Masculine): for a mountain of a dog.
Everra (Feminine): my made up feminine version of Everist. Maybe it’s a real name somewhere? If not, maybe you could make it a real name by choosing it for your pup.
Estella (Feminine): derived from the Spanish word for star.
Eragon (Masculine): okay, here’s the thing. I wanted to include Aragorn, because I am an LOTR fan, but didn’t realize Aragorn is spelled with an A, not an E… so here’s the Christopher Paolini name equivalent that does start with an E.
Elf (Neutral): here’s another E word with fantasy vibes.
Elm (Feminine): because I like nature names.
Elite (Feminine): I met a dog once with this name and I thought it was a unique option.
Elysium (Neutral): from Greek mythology, heaven, paradise.
Ember (Feminine): as in a burning ember.
Empyrean (Masculine): paradise.
Epic (Neutral): My dog is Epic… no really, that’s his name.
Eulalia (Feminine): the war cry of the anthropomorphized hares in Brian Jacques’ Redwall, this word also refers to a flowering ornamental grass and a patron saint of Barcelona… careful about looking up her story though… it’s not for the faint of heart.
Do you have a pet or service animal with a name beginning with E? What would you add to this list?