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Girl Dog Names Taken From Saints

Abra - A saint of the 4th century who died when only 18 years old.
Ada - A French nun and saint who lived in the 7th century.
Adelaide - A saint who lived in the 10th century. She is noted for her missionary work to the Slavs.
Agatha - The patron saint of nurses. For the girl dog that belongs to a nurse.
Albina - A little christian girl who was martyred in Rome in 250 A.D.
Agnes - The patron saint of girls.
Anastasia - The patron saint of weavers.
Anna - The 89 year old prophetess who prophecied Jesus Christ's mission when he was presented in the temple.
Anne - The patron saint of home-makers.
Antonina - A 4th century Christian woman tortured and martyred by the Romans.
Apollonia - The patron saint of dentists. For the girl dog that belongs to a dentist.
Aurea - A Spanish saint of the 9th century who was beheaded for her faith.
Barbara - The patron saint of architects. For the girl dog that belongs to an architect.
Bega - An Irish saint who lived during the 7th century. She was noted for her tireless aid to the poor.
Bernadette - The famous saint associated with the healing waters of Lourdes, France.
Bertha - A French saint who lived during the 8th century. She was a female hermit later in life.
Bridget - A Swedish saint who lived in the 15th century.
Brigid - The patron saint of students.
Caesaria - A nun who lived during the 6th century. She is noted for her care of the sick and children. For the dog that belongs to a pediatrician.
Candida - An early Christian tortured and martyred by the Romans.
Catherine - The patron saint of art. For the girl dog that belongs to an artist.
Cecilia - The patron saint of musicians and poets.
Christina - A Belgian saint who lived during the 12th Century. She could soar through the air and perform other miraculous feats.
Clare - The patron saint of television. This girl dog loves to watch television.
Colette - A French saint who lived during the 15th century. She was known for her great sanctity and visions.
Columba - A Spanish saint of the 9th century who was beheaded for her faith.
Crispina - An African saint who lived during the 4th century. She was a married mother who was beheaded for her faith.
Dionysia - A saint who was burned at the stake, along with her young son and other family members. This occurred in the late 400's A.D.
Dominica - A saint who was beheaded during the reign of the Roman emperor Diocletian.
Dorothy - The patron saint of gardeners. This girl dog enjoys helping you out in the garden.
Dymphna - A 7th century Irish Christian who was beheaded.
Edith - A 10th century English nun and abbess.
Elizabeth - The mother of John the Baptist.
Encratis - A 4th century Spanish saint who was tortured for her faith, but managed to survive. This girl dog has had a lot of close calls with death.
Eugenia - A 3rd century saint who was martyred in Rome.
Fabiola - A 4th century lady who built the first Christian hospital in the West.
Faith - A 3rd century French saint who was tortured and executed on a hot brazier for her Christian faith.
Fausta - A 4th century little girl who was martyred for her Christian faith.
Felicity - The patron saint of barren women.
Flora - A 9th century Spanish Christian who was beheaded for her faith.
Galla - A 6th century Roman widow who was known for her care of the sick and the poor.
Gemma - An Italian saint who lived during the 15th century.
Genevieve - The patron saint of Paris.
Gertrude - The patron saint of the West Indies.
Hedwig - The patron saint of Silesia.
Hilda - A 7th century English abbess.
Ita - An Irish saint who lived in the 6th century.
Joan - Joan of Arc is a Christian saint and martyr. She led the French army to victories over the English.
Joanna - A woman who aided Jesus and His 12 apostles.
Julia - The patron saint of Corsica.
Justa - A 3rd century Spanish lady who was tortured to death for her Christian faith.
Lelia - An Irish nun who lived in the 6th century.
Lucy - The patron saint of those with eye trouble. A good pet name for a seeing-eye-dog.
Ludmilla - The patron saint of Bohemia.
Lydia - The patron saint of dyers. A good name for the girl dog that belongs to a hairdresser.
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Mafalda - A 13th century Portuguese nun.
Marcella - A 4th century Roman matron who gave all to the poor. This girl dog would give away her last dog biscuit.
Margaret - The patron saint of Scotland.
Martha - The patron saint of cooks. A good girl dog name for the canine that loves to help out in the kitchen.
Mary - The Mother of Jesus Christ.
Matrona - The patron saint of those suffering from dysentery.
Maura - A French lady who lived during the 9th century.
Meuris - A 3rd century Palestinian woman who was tortured to death for her faith.
Monica - The patron saint of married women and mothers.
Odilia - The patron saint of the blind. Another good pet name for a seeing-eye-dog.
Olga - A 10th century Russian who ruled in place of her son.
Patricia - The patron saint of Naples, Italy.
Paula - She is a 4th century Saint who is a patroness of widows. The perfect dog pet name for those pet owners who have lost their husband.
Pega - An English woman who lived in the 7th century.
Pelagia - A 15 year old of the 3rd century who was killed for her faith in Christ.
Perpetua - A 3rd century woman who was killed for her faith.
Philomena - She was a young Christian girl who was martryed in Rome.
Phoebe - A 1st century deaconess of the Church as mentioned in the New Testament.
Regina - A French woman of the 2nd century who was beheaded for her faith.
Rita - The patron saint of desperate causes.
Rosalia - The patron saint of Palermo.
Rose - The patron saint of the Americas.
Sanchia - A 13th century Portuguese nun.
Scholastica - The patron saint of convulsive children.
Seraphina - A 13th century Italian who was paralyzed at an early age.
Tatiana - A Roman who was beheaded for her faith in the 3rd century.
Teresa - The patron saint of those suffering from headaches.
Thea - A Palestinian who was burned to death for her faith in the 4th century.
Therese - Patron saint of florists.
Tigris - One of the sisters of St. Patrick.
Veronica - According to legend, she is the lady who wiped Jesus's face on his way of the cross.
Winifred - A 7th century Welsh nun.
Zita - The patron saint of servants.