Nerdy Dog Names

Shamelessly promote your geeky nature by naming your dog after something far out of the mainstream. Here are some of the finest nerdy dog names you'll find on the interplanetary network.

Nerdy Dog Names

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  • Bright, clear, ideal.
  • Bone setting; a mathematical structure.
  • The first letter of the greek alphabet.
  • Beautiful flower
  • A widely used web server software.
  • A line from the center of a polygon at right angles to any of its sides.
  • An inert, colorless and odorless element.
  • Ash
    Success
  • From microsoft's cloud service.
  • Death, destruction and run.
  • Birch tree meadow
  • A droid character in Star Wars.
  • A steel-gray chemical element.
  • Son; the second letter of the Greek alphabet.
  • Bit
    A small amount
  • Bo
    To live
  • A metalloid that is found in tiny amounts in meteoroids.
  • From buffy the vampire slayer television series.
  • Bug
    An error or flaw in a computer program.
  • Floating or floatable.
  • A unit of digital information that usually consists of eight bits.
  • A character in Star Wars.
  • An element in carbon dioxide.
  • Queen of aethiopia in greek mythology
  • A wookiee warrior in Star Wars.
  • A word short for a chipset, or a splinter. Also the diminutive form of Charles.
  • A technology company known for its networking products in the us.
  • A movie about an astronomer becomes obsessed with searching for life beyond earth.
  • A center for cults in Ancient Greece. Masculine form of Clara.
  • A storage for data on the internet.
  • A computer program which encodes or decodes digital data.
  • Small files that hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular client and website.
  • An incorrect or wrong word in a document.
  • A computer network or virtual reality.
  • Short for cybernetic organism.
  • One-eyed giants in greek mythology
  • Transmittable or storable information used by a computer.
  • Triangular island or alluvial tract between the diverging branches of the mouth of a great river
  • An element of a set in a numeric system.
  • A semiconductor device that emits visible light or ir energy.
  • Dos
    From DOS, disk-operating system.
  • Dot
    A single pixel on a matrix display.
  • A shape that looks like a flattened circle or an oval.
  • Modern smiley symbols and emoticon.
  • Proteins that act as a catalyst in living organisms.
  • Small species in the star wars universe.
  • Clear, fair or white
  • Sudden burst of flame or light
  • Oath, pledge
  • A survivor in Marvel comics.
  • A chess opener in which a pawn is sacrificed to obtain an advantage.
  • Gamma radiation.
  • Sheaf
  • A modern term for a silly ditzy girl.
  • Giant
  • Another word for gadget.
  • The failure of a system in a computing device.
  • A flora colossus and the accomplice of Rocket Raccoon in Marvel comics.
  • Woodland, clearing.
  • A polygon with six sides.
  • Unskillfulness, ignorance; inactivity, idleness
  • Jabba the hutt in star wars.
  • The first name of agatha christie's miss marple character
  • A person from the Genoa region of Italy
  • A type of coffee grown on the Java, an island of Indonesia.
  • A master criminal in dc comics' batman.
  • A celebration of an anniversary
  • The tenth letter in the Greek alphabet.
  • The core of a computer's operating system with complete control over the system.
  • An element that is found in the atmosphere in the form of a gas.
  • a portable computer small enough to use in your lap
  • From star wars.
  • Lex
    Defender of men in greek.
  • Ridge
  • The leading operating system on servers.
  • The lightest known metal.
  • The sneaky and trickster god in Norse mythology.
  • A grayish-white most often hard and brittle metallic element.
  • Something within or from which something else originates.
  • A hand-held pointing device for computers.
  • An air of mystery
  • Dwarf
  • A luphomoid assassin in marvel comics.
  • A person who has recently started using a particular technology.
  • A white-silver hard malleable metallic element.
  • A superhero in DC comics.
  • Javascript in the backend.
  • A person who can communicate with the gods in Greek mythology
  • A blue-gray or blue-black metallic element.
  • A procedural programming language.
  • A computer book.
  • A hot-tasting powder prepared from dried and ground peppercorns, commonly used as a spice or condiment to flavor food.
  • Phi
    The twenty fist letter in the greek alphabet.
  • Pi
    The sixteenth letter in the greek alphabet.
  • Inhabitant of Picardy, in France
  • A figure with at least three straight sides.
  • A daughter of a monarch.
  • A type of large, constricting snake
  • Wise
  • Several astromech droids in Star Wars.
  • Ram
    Pleasing, supreme
  • Dark-colored.
  • A flat shape with four straight sides.
  • Sigourney weaver's character.
  • A raccoon in marvel comics.
  • One who is mischievous; a scamp or vagabond
  • An open-source general-purpose programming language.
  • Lightsaber, a weapon in star wars.
  • Sansa stark from the film and book game of thrones.
  • A soft, silvery, lightweight metallic element.
  • A famous cartoon canine sleuth
  • Serene, calm
  • An energetic person or "live wire:
  • Hard outer covering of an animal
  • The eighteenth letter in the Greek alphabet.
  • Beautiful victory
  • From the valley
  • Alone, lone ranger, independent
  • From the river where stakes were got
  • An alien princess in Teen Titans.
  • To deliver a violent attack or assault. barrage.
  • German military unit trained for sudden assaults.
  • Foreign, alien, unusual
  • The eighth letter in the Greek alphabet.
  • A dark-gray or silvery hard metallic element.
  • One who endures adversity; a brave or stalwart person
  • What causes your skin to become darker after sun exposure.
  • Carrier, transporter; a quantity that has direction and magnitude.
  • A character from the scooby doo detective gang
  • An graphical user interface element.
  • Destitute, bereft
  • A member of a fictional race of tall, hairy bipeds in the universe of the Star Wars motion pictures.
  • Stranger; a heavy colorless gaseous element.
  • A jedi master in the star wars universe.
  • Ravager of justice
  • A bluish-white metallic element.
  • Zip
    Energy, vim and vigor.

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How popular are Nerdy Dog Names?

Nerdy Dog Names currently rank in 18th place out of all PupNames.com categories.

As of March 2024, nerdy dog names seem increasingly popular with new puppy owners. Our stats show that they are more fashionable than they were at this time last year.

We've seen quite a lot of variation for this category, which suggests its popularity could be seasonal or based on cultural events.

Which are the cutest and most unique Nerdy Dog Names?

These nerdy dog names range from cute to badass, and from traditional to unique. Click each circle to see the name.

Princess is among the cutest of these. If you prefer tougher, edgier dog names, the one considered the most badass is Vader.

Phi scored high for its uniqueness, which would help your dog to stand out. But if you prefer more common, old-fashioned names, the more traditional option here is Princess.

How does interest compare across the United States for Nerdy Dog Names?

The map below compares each state by the number of people browsing Nerdy Dog Names.

The states that love nerdy dog names the most are Wyoming, Minnesota and New Mexico.

The least amount of interest in this category was registered in Texas, Mississippi and West Virginia.

Which countries have the most love for Nerdy Dog Names?

Here's a world map showing the popularity in each country of nerdy dog names.

Who'd have thought?! Some of the countries you might not have thought about that LOVE nerdy dog names are Guernsey, New Caledonia and Macao.

On the flip, PupNames data shows there's not much interest in Ecuador, Singapore and Honduras.

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