Bailey's Beds Top 100 Dog Names of 2020
After a busy year of embroidering your pooch's names onto our personalised dog beds, we have put together a list of the top 100 dog names at Bailey's Beds for 2020.
This is our new go-to list for puppy name inspiration! Can you find your pups name in the list? Let's have a look at our top 10!
Frankie was our most popular name this year, and what a cute name it is! Fun fact: Frankie is used in almost equal numbers for girls and boys these day for fur babies and humans.
In second place we have Archie! The name Archie is a name of German origin meaning "truly brave". The name Archie made global news as the surprise first name of the newborn royal baby, son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex aka Harry and Meghan!
Coming up in third place, Coco. The name Coco is a name of French origin, which came to prominence as the nickname of the legendary French designer Chanel!
In fourth place, we have Bella. The name Bella is a name of Italian origin meaning "beautiful", it is also related to the word for “beautiful” in languages including Spanish, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, and Greek! What a beautiful name for all our beautiful pups.
What a gorgeous name, taking out the fifth spot is Luna! Luna is the name of the Roman goddess of the moon. Luna is derived straight from the Latin word for moon!
The name Alfie is a boy's name of English origin meaning "wise counselor", however, thanks to some villainous fictional characters, Alfie has long had a loveable rogue image.
At number seven, we have Teddy! The meaning of the name Teddy is divine gift, and our fur babies are definitely our divine gifts. Did you know, this name was made popular by Theodore Roosevelt, who was nicknamed Teddy!
Although we are a little disappointed our fur babies name didn’t take out the top spot this year, we are stoked to be in the Top 10! At number 8 we have Bailey. Did you know that the name Bailey means law enforcer or bailiff? Lucky we have Bailey to ensure all Bailey’s Beds are up to standard!
Coming in at number nine is Harley. The name Harley is a name of English origin meaning "hare clearing". Harley has a current sound but an old-school biker appeal, talk about the best of both worlds!
The final name of our top 10 is Leo, a name of German, Latin origin meaning "lion". Fun Fact: thirteen popes have carried the name Leo!
Did your pup make it to the top 10?
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