Posh Dog Names

Some of us like the finer things in life. Here's a great selection of posh dog names, to remind everyone that your pup is distinctly refined and fabulously fancy.

Posh Dog Names

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All Posh Dog Names

  • Hails from Hebrew royalty, synonymous with elegance in British literature.
  • Hails from biblical origins, often associated with upper-class sophistication.
  • Her moniker echoes high society, inspired by a Grammy-winning songstress.
  • Hailing from Scottish aristocracy, it's synonymous with high society elegance.
  • Royalty often christens their canine companions with regal monikers.
  • Royalty often favors this moniker, harking back to ancient Macedonian kings.
  • Royalty often choose this elegant moniker, exuding sophistication and class.
  • Royalty and celebrities often favor this aristocratic canine moniker.
  • Hails from regal roots, evoking images of English nobility and Batman's butler.
  • Ali
    Derived from Arabic royalty, it exudes elegance and sophistication.
  • Royalty and high society often favor this elegant, classic moniker.
  • Amy
    Derived from Old French, it signifies beloved and exudes upper-class elegance.
  • Emanates elegance, recalling aristocratic Southern belles and high-society French debutantes.
  • Derived from Greek mythology, it exudes regality and celestial sophistication.
  • Royal lineage and high society associations elevate its aristocratic status.
  • Royalty often favors this moniker, lending it an air of aristocratic charm.
  • Derived from royalty in Game of Thrones, suggesting high-class lineage.
  • Hailing from Hebrew roots, this moniker screams upper-crust canine sophistication.
  • Derived from luxury car brand Aston Martin, exuding elegance and sophistication.
  • Derived from Greek mythology, suggesting sophistication and highbrow taste.
  • Derived from Latin, implying majestic, often linked to high society.
  • Ava
    Derived from high society, it echoes silver screen legend Ava Gardner.
  • Derived from Arthurian legend, it exudes an air of regal sophistication.
  • Royalty often bestows this aristocratic title, exuding an air of sophistication.
  • Derived from royal herb, it's favored by aristocrats and Downton Abbey fans.
  • Royal lineage and Shakespearean roots lend it an air of aristocratic elegance.
  • Named after a famed British footballer, it exudes sophistication and high status.
  • Derived from Italian, signifying beauty, often chosen by high society.
  • Derived from French, synonymous with beauty and elegance, think Disney princess!
  • Hails from aristocratic roots, often linked to high society and British royalty.
  • Hails from British aristocracy, echoing the refined butler in classic sitcom "Soap".
  • Royalty and aristocracy often favor this distinguished moniker.
  • Emanates aristocratic flair, reminiscent of English fox hunts and high society equestrianism.
  • Hailing from Hebrew origins, it's favored by aristocratic canine enthusiasts.
  • Derived from a luxurious Italian island, it exudes sophistication and elegance.
  • Royalty and aristocracy often favor this elegant, classic moniker.
  • Hailing from Old English nobility, it's a favorite among upper-crust canines.
  • Named after a luxury French jewelry brand, it exudes elegance and wealth.
  • Hailing from Old English nobility, it screams Downton Abbey canine chic.
  • Royalty often favors this moniker, elevating its status and sophistication.
  • Royalty often choose this moniker, elevating its high-class status.
  • Originates from affluent English county, evoking sophistication and aristocratic charm.
  • Evokes high society, like a chip off an aristocratic, old-money block.
  • French origins and association with high-end fashion brand scream sophistication.
  • Derived from Latin, it's often associated with royalty and high society.
  • Derived from Cleopatra, it exudes regality and ancient Egyptian luxury.
  • Hailing from ancient nobility, this moniker screams afternoon tea and crumpets!
  • Chanel's iconic founder lends this moniker its high-fashion flair.
  • Hails from Roman emperors, exuding regal sophistication and aristocratic flair.
  • Derived from royalty, it exudes elegance and sophistication, fit for canine aristocracy.
  • Shakespearean roots and aristocratic associations scream upper-crust canine chic!
  • Hails from British nobility, evoking images of tea parties and top hats.
  • Royalty and celebrities often favor this floral moniker for their pooches.
  • Hails from royal lineage, think British monarchs and aristocratic Downton Abbey characters!
  • Derived from aristocratic Pride and Prejudice character, exuding upper-class elegance.
  • Originating from Latin, it signifies right-handed, skillful, and high-class.
  • Evokes luxury gemstones, often chosen by high society and celebrity pet owners.
  • Royalty often inspires high-class monikers, think Princess of Wales.
  • Named after a luxury French fashion house, it exudes elegance and sophistication.
  • Exudes high-class flair, echoing famous, glamorous personalities like Maria Callas.
  • Exudes aristocratic charm, reminiscent of Downton Abbey's butler, Mr. Carson.
  • Royalty and aristocracy often use this noble title.
  • Royalty often bestows this aristocratic title, elevating canine status.
  • Hails from highbrow literature, exuding an air of aristocratic wizardry.
  • Royalty often bestows this aristocratic title, exuding sophistication and elegance.
  • Hails from upscale Easton, Connecticut, frequented by silver screen stars!
  • Derived from a luxurious black wood, it exudes elegance and sophistication.
  • Royalty often favors this moniker, lending it an aristocratic air.
  • Derived from Greek, suggesting nobility, and popular among British aristocracy.
  • Royalty and Roosevelt's wife have graced this sophisticated moniker.
  • Royalty often christens their corgis with such regal monikers.
  • Derived from nobility, it's favored by high society and celebrity pet owners.
  • Derived from Eleanor, it's regal, echoing British royalty and aristocracy.
  • Hails from aristocratic English roots, often linked to high society characters.
  • Royalty-inspired, this moniker hails from Disney's ice queen in Frozen.
  • Derived from aristocratic roots, it's favored by high society canine connoisseurs.
  • Royalty and Jane Austen's heroine have popularized this elegant moniker.
  • Derived from Greek nobility, it screams high tea and pearls.
  • Eva
    Derived from Hebrew, often associated with high society and royalty.
  • Derived from aristocratic English roots, it screams high tea and crumpets!
  • Derived from Hebrew, it's favored by aristocrats and literary enthusiasts alike.
  • Derived from Latin, symbolizing happiness and luxury, often chosen by aristocrats.
  • Latin roots and associations with aristocratic Roman households.
  • French origins and high society associations give it an upscale vibe.
  • Emanates elegance, recalling Italian Renaissance and aristocratic British lineage.
  • Hails from esteemed lineage, echoing Benjamin Franklin's distinguished persona.
  • Derived from royal lineage, it's favored by high society and British aristocracy.
  • Emanates elegance, echoing High School Musical's sophisticated, wealthy Montez family.
  • Derived from a lavish, high-society character in classic literature.
  • Royalty often christens their canine companions with such regal monikers.
  • Derived from a Latin term for youthful, it screams aristocratic elegance.
  • Emanates elegance, echoing supermodel Bundchen and French origins meaning "pledge."
  • Emanates elegance, recalling royalty and high society, like Princess Grace Kelly.
  • Hails from aristocratic English roots, often linked to high society personas.
  • High-end fashion brand association exudes luxury and sophistication.
  • Hailing from Welsh royalty, this moniker screams high tea and crumpets!
  • Emanates elegance, echoing high society's penchant for musical, sophisticated monikers.
  • Derived from Old English, it's synonymous with high-class musicianship.
  • Royal lineage and British aristocracy associations deem it highbrow canine nomenclature.
  • Derived from Greek, suggesting nobility, and shared with a Shakespearean queen.
  • Royalty often favors this moniker, elevating its aristocratic status.
  • Derived from Shakespeare and popularized by Harry Potter, it screams sophistication.
  • Derived from a prestigious river, evoking upper-class New York elegance.
  • Derived from aristocratic roots, it's favored by high society and literary elites.
  • Elba's suave persona and British roots lend it an upscale vibe.
  • Hailing from Shakespearean roots, this moniker screams highbrow canine sophistication.
  • Hailing from biblical origins, this moniker screams aristocratic canine sophistication.
  • Royalty and Twilight's vampire queen popularized this elegant moniker.
  • Derived from royalty, this moniker screams high society and French sophistication.
  • Derived from Spanish royalty, it exudes elegance and sophistication.
  • Russian royalty often favored this regal moniker for their canine companions.
  • Ivy
    Associated with elite Ivy League schools, it exudes sophistication and prestige.
  • Royalty and celebrities often favor this classic, dignified moniker.
  • Hails from French nobility, echoing chic sophistication and haute couture elegance.
  • Derived from a precious gemstone, suggesting luxury and high-class status.
  • Derived from James, it's aristocratic, echoing British royalty and high society.
  • Derived from aristocratic British roots, it exudes an air of upper-class elegance.
  • Hails from aristocratic English roots, often bestowed upon regal canines.
  • Hailing from biblical royalty, this moniker exudes an aristocratic canine charm.
  • Hailing from Beatles fame, it's aristocratic and steeped in British culture.
  • Derived from Julius Caesar, it screams Roman aristocracy and sophistication.
  • Derived from royalty, it's synonymous with WWE superstar Glenn Jacobs.
  • Hails from royal Scottish roots, echoing aristocratic flair and canine sophistication.
  • Derived from Irish royalty, it exudes elegance and sophistication.
  • Royalty connotations and celebrity usage elevate its sophisticated status.
  • Derived from a luxurious Japanese beef, reflecting high-end sophistication.
  • Royalty often bestows this title, evoking elegance and high social standing.
  • Hails from Arthurian legend, exuding regal, aristocratic vibes.
  • Hailing from French nobility, it's synonymous with high fashion designer, Saint-Laurent.
  • Royalty and aristocracy often favor this regal Germanic moniker.
  • Hailing from Scottish nobility, this moniker screams canine aristocracy!
  • Hailing from Irish nobility, this moniker screams canine aristocracy!
  • Derived from regal English gardens, evoking images of high tea and crumpets.
  • Royalty often favor this moniker, originating from the French 'Charlotte'.
  • Derived from royal lineage, it exudes elegance and sophistication, fit for aristocratic canines.
  • Derived from Latin, synonymous with luminous and aristocratic elegance.
  • Emanates elegance, recalling high society, like famed singer Lulu Kennedy-Cairns.
  • Derived from aristocratic Welsh roots, it's favored by Hollywood royalty.
  • Hails from affluent New York avenue and popular among high society pooches.
  • Derived from a superstar, it exudes luxury and high-class sophistication.
  • Derived from Margaret, it's aristocratic, echoing British royalty and high society.
  • Hails from Scottish royalty and frequents British Prime Minister lists.
  • Hails from royalty, think Queen Margaret of Scotland, and Thatcher's reign!
  • Royalty and aristocracy often favor this elegant French moniker.
  • Evokes British high society, akin to naming your pup "Lady Kensington".
  • Royalty often christens their canine companions with traditional human names.
  • Derived from stoneworkers, it exudes an air of aristocratic sophistication.
  • Hails from French nobility, echoing regal elegance and sophisticated charm.
  • Hailing from Old German, this moniker screams aristocratic canine chic!
  • Max
    Derived from Maximilian, a moniker favored by European royalty.
  • Hails from aristocratic roots, often chosen by high society for their pups.
  • Luxury car association imbues canine monikers with an air of sophistication.
  • Mia
    Royalty and celebrities often favor this chic Italian moniker.
  • Originating from Old English, it screams aristocracy and afternoon tea!
  • Derived from "mild", it's favored by British aristocracy and celebrities.
  • Royalty and aristocracy often favor this moniker for their canine companions.
  • Hails from Greek royalty, synonymous with Saint Nick, exudes upper-crust charm.
  • Hails from Greek nobility, meaning "victory of the people".
  • British aristocracy often favors this moniker for their canine companions.
  • Derived from aristocracy, it's favored by high society and Charles Dickens fans.
  • Derived from Latin, it's favored by royalty and Shakespearean characters alike.
  • Derived from Greek mythology, it exudes an air of celestial sophistication.
  • Hailing from German royalty, this moniker screams aristocratic canine sophistication.
  • Derived from royalty, it echoes Ozzy Osbourne's aristocratic rockstar persona.
  • Emanates sophistication, echoing British aristocracy and Spider-Man's alter ego.
  • Hails from Latin nobility, echoing regal vibes and high-society sophistication.
  • Derived from Greek mythology, it exudes elegance and high-class sophistication.
  • Hailing from royal lineage, it's a moniker fit for canine aristocracy!
  • Royalty often favors this moniker, lending it an aristocratic air.
  • Derived from Greek mythology, it exudes elegance and high-class sophistication.
  • Royalty-inspired, Pippa echoes the elegance of Duchess Kate's sister.
  • Mary Poppins, a refined British nanny, lends her elegant moniker.
  • Royalty often choose floral monikers, like Duchess Kate's pup!
  • Derived from Shakespearean nobility, exuding an air of refined elegance.
  • Named after a luxury Italian fashion house, it exudes elegance and sophistication.
  • Royalty connotations and aristocratic associations make it an upscale choice.
  • Royalty connotations and Disney associations imbue it with upper-class charm.
  • Derived from Latin, this aristocratic moniker screams high society canine chic.
  • Royalty-inspired, it exudes elegance and sophistication, much like a regal canine.
  • Hailing from royal Latin roots, this moniker screams aristocratic canine sophistication.
  • Hails from royal lineage, echoing the grandeur of kings and dukes past.
  • Evokes English aristocracy, akin to Downton Abbey's grandeur and sophistication.
  • Evokes high society, referencing esteemed artist Norman and luxury watch brand.
  • Hails from British aristocracy, echoing esteemed figures like Rodney Dangerfield.
  • Derived from royalty, it's favored by aristocrats and "Gilmore Girls" fans.
  • Hails from old German, meaning "horse protection", and screams aristocratic elegance.
  • Emanates elegance, recalling British royalty and high-end champagne labels.
  • Hails from a ritzy British town, exuding an air of aristocratic elegance.
  • Associated with precious gemstones, it exudes elegance and high-class sophistication.
  • Latin roots and royal associations elevate this canine moniker's status.
  • Royalty and aristocracy often favor this traditionally British moniker.
  • Derived from a costly spice, it exudes an air of luxury and exclusivity.
  • Hailing from biblical roots, this moniker screams aristocratic canine sophistication.
  • Derived from a precious gemstone, it exudes elegance and high-class sophistication.
  • Derived from a high-class color, it's favored by celebrity pet owners.
  • Hails from aristocratic roots, often chosen for royal and upper-class canines.
  • Royalty and celebrities often favor this elegant, Greek-origin moniker.
  • Derived from Greek royalty, it's favored by high society and celebrities.
  • Latin roots and a Streetcar Named Desire scream high-class canine!
  • Sue
    Derived from aristocratic English roots, it's reminiscent of high society elegance.
  • Hailing from Welsh aristocracy, this moniker screams corgis in top hats!
  • Associated with Roosevelt, it exudes an air of upper-class sophistication.
  • Hails from aristocratic English roots, echoing refined sophistication and upper-class charm.
  • Hails from aristocratic roots, echoing British royalty and Downton Abbey elegance.
  • Derived from nobility, often chosen by British upper-class pet owners.
  • Tom
    Hails from aristocratic roots, echoing Downton Abbey's refined footman!
  • Hails from Anthony, a noble Roman family name, oozing aristocratic charm.
  • Emanates elegance, echoing Patricia, a noble Roman moniker, and Trisha Yearwood's charm.
  • Exudes elegance, recalling President Harry S. Truman's sophisticated aura.
  • Named after a British model, it exudes sophistication and high-class elegance.
  • Derived from aristocratic Latin roots, it's favored by high society pooches.
  • Evokes Italian luxury, gondolas, and high-end European sophistication.
  • Royalty often inspires high-class monikers, cue Queen Victoria reference.
  • Hails from Latin "vincere", evokes images of starry, starry nights.
  • Royalty often chose this floral moniker for their pampered pooches.
  • Sherlock Holmes' esteemed sidekick lends an aristocratic flair.
  • Derived from old English nobility, it screams aristocratic pedigree and refinement.
  • Derived from William, it's aristocratic and favored by British royalty.
  • Royalty often christens their corgis with such regal monikers.
  • Derived from aristocratic Churchill, it exudes British sophistication and upper-class charm.
  • High-end fashion brand association exudes an air of canine sophistication.
  • Zoe
    Derived from Greek, synonymous with life, and favored by celebrities.

Posh Dog Names meaning Wealthy

Staying on the posh theme, these names mean wealthy or are in some way related to the word.

Meaning: Wealthy
Meaning: wealthy
Meaning: Wealthy guard
Meaning: Wealthy, Riches
Meaning: Wealthy Guardian
Meaning: Wealthy Guardian
Ned
Meaning: Wealthy Guardian
Meaning: American for wealthy and bitter
Meaning: Wealthy, romantic dreamer.
Meaning: Wealthy guardian; diminutive of Edward

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How popular are Posh Dog Names?

Posh Dog Names currently rank in 36th place out of all PupNames.com categories.

As of July 2024, posh 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 Posh Dog Names?

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

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

Cartier 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 Max.

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

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

The states that love posh dog names the most are Delaware, Virginia and Louisiana.

The least amount of interest in this category was registered in Maine, Montana and Vermont.

Which countries have the most love for Posh Dog Names?

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

Who'd have thought?! Some of the countries you might not have thought about that LOVE posh dog names are Sri Lanka, Cabo Verde and South Korea.

On the flip, PupNames data shows there's not much interest in Cyprus, Ukraine and China.

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