Name ideas?

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  1. Oko

    Oko Silence, peasants.

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    Hahaha these are great. Kazoo is cute, I do enjoy odd names like that!

    Thanks for all suggestions, if anyone has more feel free to throw them out there. She'll probably get named on the way back from the breeder's, so no idea which one of my many names list will click. :)

    And points for creativity of froyo, lol.
     
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    I'm not very good at coming up with names, but one of my favourite 'F' names is "Figment" (Fig for short). I like Fly a lot as well, but I feel like it's a super common Border Collie name. Pretty though.
     
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    Flare?
    Flit?
    Fate?
    Fidgit?
     
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    Felicity, Flora, Fizz, Fritz, Freckles, Folly (I like this one a lot,) Fink, Fickle.

    Flan.

    If you're going to do agility, I think either Feck or Fick would be fabulous to scream out when she's about to do an off-course.
     
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    Oh, and I have always thought Flea was a super cute name too.
     
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    In Latin there is a phrase, Fas Est, which means, "it is fitting" or "it is right".

    Forte, if you like musical names. Or she's a big barker.

    Filix = fern in latin.

    Fifer? It kind of fits better with names like Hunter, Piper, Carter, etc. that seem to be popular with herding breeds while being a little different.
     
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    Dizzy Sit! Good dog.

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    Ffion
    Fleur

    And don't forget, in Welsh f is actually pronounced v so you could get clever with names and just tell people its Welsh ;)
     
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    Sit Stay Not a Border Collie

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    Fay or Fey.

    I love the Fern suggestion :)
     
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    FURN is on our dog name list (short for Furniture) because obvs we'd get a girl dog to be Crossbone's "furniture" -- heh, soylent green anyone?)

    Fey is super cute!

    Other than that, I'm no help!
     
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    My pup's sister is named Fenix. I like that spelling and for a girl too. :) Guess it's from a video game but I wouldn't know. lol
     

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