Name help?!

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  1. GipsyQueen

    GipsyQueen Active Member

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    We need name ideas! Puppies are due in about 2 weeks (April 1st) and the breeder is letting us pick her registered name. ( here they get their registered name at birth). She will be part of her C-breeding so her registered name will need to start with a C. Her name will end on on De La forêt De thuringe. So maybe something french? So far we have Corinne or Cora.

    Also we need serious name help. :rofl1:

    So far we have:
    Aila
    Enja
    Ronja
    Ã…sa

    I should also mention that puppy will be a beauceron :)
     
  2. HayleyMarie

    HayleyMarie Like a bat outa' hell

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    I really love the name Enja. It rolls of the tongue
    nicely.
     
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    JessLough Love My Mutt

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    Some French names that start with C that I like...

    Calanthe (beautiful flower)
    Camila (noble)
    Caresse (beloved)
    Charisse (grace, beauty, kindness)
    Clarinda (bright)
     
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    babymomma Remembering Casey ♥

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    Corrina?

    I dont know if thats french, i just like it lol
     
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    Cali Mae Little dog, big voice

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    I like JessLough's suggestion of Caresse, it's feminine and it's something that people probably couldn't screw the pronunciation up on.
     
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    Leave it to the Canadian to have French names......bloody Canada and their language confusion.
     
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    GipsyQueen Active Member

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    Lol of course.

    I like the name Caresse :)

    My moms best friends name is Corinna ;) don't think she'd approve. Lol.
     
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    I'm terrible with coming up with names for bitches (thus my bitch has a male name, lol I seriously didn't know I swear!), but if you would like to get some general ideas you could always search the Beauceron database to come up with a registered name: http://www.aboutbeaucerons.com/

    And here's a list of "C" names in French: http://www.chiots-france.com/lesnomsenC.htm
     
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    AdrianneIsabel Glutton for Crazy

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    A beauc!? Jealous!!

    My only C name is Collins... I'll think!
     
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    That's awesome, thank you! :) Her mom is listed in the database - I love her kennel name :cool:


    I like the name Cadeau - which means "gift".
     

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