Many Americans love dogs like family members, and apparently name them like children. Sometimes these are so interesting to hear some unusual names and the story behind those.
Say a dog owner got inspired from bears and named their dog on a bear’s name ...isn’t that funny? ..lolz
After a few research on google, I got a number of dog names more or less commonly inspired from bears. From those, I like one name called Monarch. Sounds familiar a bit?
You got right! That is the Californian wild grizzly bear!
The website, wowpooch.com compiled a list of name ideas inspired by bears names for 2020.
The name Gobi has the top position which is a brown bear usually found only in the Gobi desert in Asia!
Another asian name seems funny to me, is Panda! What if somebody calls their pup a Panda?Isn’t that funny too? Do you get scared? I think no!
However, I will get a bit scared if somebody calls Grizzly!
Some dog parents are fans of greek mythologies and name their dog as Nanuk. In Eskimo mythology, it refers to the master of bears; also means polar bear in Inuit.
I think asian people are more inspired by bears’ names. Therefore they put a number of inspiring names like Kuma- a Japanese word means bear.
In that list, some of the most common names are generated or related with one name Ursula! Which means little she-bear in latin!
And I see that one word became the mother of six more names: Ursa, Ursine, Ursina, Orsola, Orsolya, Ursel ! All these names are for girl dogs of course.
Bernard and Arthur got topped the list for boys. So why are these so popular?
After some try, I found Bernard means bold as a bear in Anglo-Saxon and Norman French. And Aurthur means strong as a bear!