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Male Dog Names - Taken From Saints

Albert - The patron saint of scientists.
Alexander - The patron saint of Corsica.
Ambrose - A 4th century saint who heavily influenced St. Augustine. He is the patron saint of students.
Andrew - An apostle of Jesus Christ and the patron saint of fishermen.
Ansgar - The patron saint of Scandinavia.
Anthony - The patron saint of those with lost items.
Antony - The patron saint of domestic animals and butchers. A terrific pet name for the dog that loves raw meat.
Antipas - He was mentioned in the New Testament as a friend of Paul. He was burned to death for his Christian faith.
Aquila - A Jewish man who was prominently mentioned in the New Testament as a Christian convert and provider to the early Church. He was martyred by the Romans.
Attalus - A 2nd century Roman citizen who was burned to death by the Romans for his Christian faith.
Augustine - He lived during the 4th and 5th centuries. He is considered the most influential scholar and writer of the early Christian church. His ideas and writings continue to influence Western thinking to this day.
Barnabas - The patron saint of Cyprus.
Bartholomew - One of the 12 apostles of Jesus Christ and the patron saint of plasterers.
Basil - A 4th century saint who was tortured and martyred for his preaching against the pagan gods.
Benedict - The patron saint of those who have been poisoned.
Benjamin - A 5th century saint who was tortured and impaled by the Persians for preaching his Christian faith.
Bernard - The patron saint of candlemakers and skiers.
Bernardine - The patron saint of advertising.
Blaise - The patron saint of those with throat problems.
Boris - The patron saint of Moscow.
Brendan - The patron saint of sailors.
Canute - The patron saint of Denmark.
Carpus - A 2nd century saint who was tortured and burned at the stake for his Christian faith.
Clement - The patron saint of stonecutters.
Christopher - A name meaning "Christ-Bearer."
Claude - The patron saint of sculptors.
Crispin - The patron saint of leatherworkers.
Cyprian - A 5th century bishop in Africa who was driven into the dessert, tortured, and then executed.
Cyril - The patron saint of Moravia.
Dalmatius - A 4th century French bishop who was martyred by the Romans.
Damian - The patron saint of barbers.
Daniel - A 13th century Franciscan who was beheaded by the Mohammedans for his Christian faith.
David - The patron saint of poets and Wales.
Denis - The patron saint of France.
Dionysius - A 3rd century Pope. He was the first Pope who did not die a martyr for the Christian faith.
Dismas - The good thief crucified beside Jesus Christ.
Dominic - The patron saint of astronomers.
Drogo - The patron saint of shepherds. A wonderful male dog name for your German shepherd or any type of shepherd dog.
Ebbo - An 8th century French bishop who fought valiantly against the Moors.
Edbert - A 7th century monk who is noted for his aid to the poor.
Edmund - A 9th century King in England who was tortured and beheaded.
Elias - A 9th century Spanish priest who was executed for his faith.
Eligius - The patron saint of metal-workers and jewelers.
Eric - The patron saint of Sweden.
Ernest - A 12th century German abbot who was tortured and killed by the Moors.
Fabian - A 3rd century Pope who was martyred by the Romans.
Faustus - A 3rd century man who was tortured and burned to death for his Christian faith.
Felix - The patron saint of Spain.
Fidelis - A 3rd century Roman officer who helped Christian prisoners escape. He was scourged and then beheaded for his actions.
Florian - The patron saint of firemen. A wonderful name for a dalmatian or a dog that lives at a fire-house.
Francis - The patron saint of Italy. Was especially devoted to all of God's creatures.
Gabriel - The patron saint of messengers.
Gaius - Baptized by saint Paul. He bacame bishop of Thessalonia and was martyred there.
George - The patron saint of Portugal, Germany, England, and Venice.
Gerard - The patron saint of Hungary.
Germanicus - A 2nd century man who was killed by wild beasts in the amphitheater of Smyrna.
Gibrian - A 6th century Irish priest.
Gilbert - A 13th century Scottish saint.
Giles - The patron saint of beggars. A good male dog name for the pet who is always begging for table scraps.
Gregory - The patron saint of musicians.
Hadrian - The patron saint of soldiers.
Hallvard - The patron saint of Oslo.
Henry - The patron saint of Finland.
Hermes - A 2nd century Roman citizen who was executed for his faith.
Hubert - The patron saint of hunters. A great name for the dog that you plan to take hunting with you.
Ignatius - A saint and priest. He founded the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).
Isaac - The patron saint of North America.
Isaias - An 11th Century Russian monk.
Isidore - The patron saint of farmers.
James - One of Jesus Christ's 12 apostles and the patron saint of Spain.
Januarius - The patron saint of blood banks. An appropriate dog name for the flea-infested dog.
Jerome - An early Christian church father and saint. He composed the Vulgate.
Joachim - The traditional father of Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ.
John - The only apostle of Jesus Christ who was present at the crucifixion.
Josaphat - A Polish priest of the 17th century.
Joseph - The adopted father of Jesus Christ. He is the patron saint of carpenters.
Jude - The patron saint of desperate causes.
Julian - A 3rd century man who was burned to death for his Christian faith.
Julius - A 3rd century Roman soldier who converted to Christianity and was beheaded for his faith.
Justin - A 2nd century man who was beheaded for his Christian faith.
Justus - The patron saint of Madrid.
Kevin - A 6th century Irish priest.
Kieran - A 6th century Irishman who is known as one of the 12 Apostles of Ireland.
Kilian - The patron saint of Bavaria.
Ladislaus - A Hungarian national hero who lived during the 11th century.
Laurentius - A 3rd century Italian man beheaded for his Christian faith.
Lawrence - The patron saint of cooks and the poor.
Lazarus - The man who was dead for 4 days and then raised to life by Jesus Christ.
Leonard - The patron saint of prisoners of war.
Leopold - An Austrian man who lived during the 12th century.
Lucian - A Syrian who was martyred for his Christian faith in the early 4th century.
Lucius - He was beheaded for his Christian faith in the 3rd century.
Luke - The patron saint of artists.
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Macarius - A 4th century bishop of Jerusalem.
Macedonius - A 4th century Syrian who is said to have lived on nothing but barley for 40 yrs.
Machar - An Irishman of the 6th century who was a missionary to Scotland. Legend has him being the founder of Aberdeen.
Malachy - An Irish priest of the 12th century.
Malo - A 7th century Welsh priest.
Marius - A 3rd century Persian nobleman who was beheaded for his Christian faith.
Mark - The patron saint of Venice.
Martin - The patron saint of hair-dressers.
Matthew - The patron saint of bankers and accountants.
Matthias - The man who replaced the traitor Judas as the 12th apostle of Jesus Christ.
Maurice - The patron saint of dyers.
Maximian - A 4th century African saint.
Maximus - A 3rd century Ephesian who was stoned to death for his faith.
Mennas - A 3rd century Egyptian who was beheaded for his faith.
Michael - The powerful archangel and protector of Israel.
Nahum - A man who lived during the 10th century. Known as 1 of the 7 apostles of Bulgaria.
Narcissus - A 2nd century Greek man who was named bishop of Jerusalem.
Nerses - A 4th century Persian bishop who was beheaded for his Christian faith.
Nestor - A 3rd century bishop who was crucified for his faith.
Nicetas - An 11th century Russian monk.
Nicholas - The patron saint of sailors, children, bakers and travelers.
Nicodemus - One of the members of the Jewish Sanhedrin who stood up for Jesus Christ.
Nino - The patron saint of Georgia.
Olaf - The patron saint of Norway.
Pacian - A bishop of Barcelona, Spain who lived in the 4th century.
Pambo - One of the monks who lived in the Egyptian desert in the 4th century.
Parisio - An Italian priest of the 13th century.
Patrick - The patron saint of Ireland.
Paul - The first major Christian evangelist to the Gentiles.
Peleus - An Egyptian bishop who was burned to death in the 4th century.
Peter - He's the apostle who was given the keys to the kingdom of Heaven by Jesus.
Phileas - An Egyptian who was beheaded in the 4th century for his faith.
Philip - The patron saint of Rome.
Quentin - A Roman who was beheaded in the 3rd century for his faith.
Raphael - The patron saint of the blind. A great name for a seeing-eye-dog.
Raymond - The patron saint of those who are wrongfully accused.
Rufus - A citizen of Antioch who was beheaded in the 2nd century for his faith.
Sabas - A Goth who was drowned to death in the 4th century.
Salvator - A 16th century Spanish saint.
Sava - The patron saint of Serbia.
Sebastian - The patron saint of athletes.
Silas - A 1st century leader of the Church in Jerusalem.
Stephen - The patron saint of bricklayers. He was the 1st Christian martyr.
Tanco - An Irish monk and bishop who died in the 9th century.
Thomas - The patron saint of architects.
Timothy - An early convert of St. Paul. He was stoned to death for his faith.
Titus - The patron saint of Crete.
Valentine or Val - An early saint who was martyred in Rome. The patron saint of lovers and greetings.
Valerian - A 5th century bishop in Africa.
Varus - A Roman soldier who was martyred for his faith in the 4th century.
Vincent - The patron saint of builders.
Vladimir - The patron saint of Russia.
Vitus - The patron saint of actors and comedians. A good name for your dramatic male dog.
Xavier - A Spanish saint who is considered one of the greatest Christian missionaries.
Zeno - A 4th century bishop of Verona, Italy.