Dogs named Cinnamon tend to be loving, loyal, affectionate, and good-natured. This name is also associated with companionship, and beauty.
That you have a sweet tooth and appreciate the subtle flavor of cinnamon! It could also suggest that you have a creative and unique side, as Cinnamon is not a common name for a dog.
Cinnamon has more syllables than most dog names, but you can easily give your pup a nickname to shorten things. Cinnamon is a widely loved dog name for good reason. If you like it, go for it!
Cinnamon is one of the more popular dog names out there. According to our data, Cinnamon outranks the great majority of names.
Cinnamon was, in the past month, the 282nd most viewed dog name on PupNames.com.
As of February 2024, Cinnamon is becoming a more popular moniker with new puppy owners. Our stats show that the name is more fashionable than it was at this time last year.
In general, this name has held steady in popularity with PupNames.com visitors.
In the past week, Cinnamon was viewed 115 times, and liked 11 times.
The map below shows Cinnamon's popularity across the United States, according to PupNames data.
Cinnamon is most adored in Kansas, California and Oklahoma.
By contrast, the name has been shown the least amount of interest in Oregon, Nevada and North Carolina.
And this world map shows which countries have the greatest love for the name Cinnamon.
Most popular breeds named Cinnamon:
- Chow Chow
- German Shepherd
- Labrador Retriever
- Cocker Spaniel
- A yorkshire terrier named Cinnamon featured in the television show The Big Bang Theory.
- A yorkie named Cinnamon featured in the television show The Big Bang Theory.
Cinnamon is found in these categories:
This spicy moniker matches their warm, toasty fur perfectly!
Warm, sweet, and comforting like a cozy, spiced holiday treat.
Spice-inspired monikers have been favored by pet owners for centuries.
This spice is often used in sweet treats like pies and rolls.
Popularized by the beloved canine character in "The Secret Life of Pets".
Derived from a popular spice, often used in baking treats.
Spicy sweetness evokes adorable imagery, like a cozy, snuggly puppy.
Spice widely used in Indian cuisine, derived from Sanskrit term "dārusita".
This spice is often associated with cozy, cooler weather and seasonal treats.