Washington D.C. Dog Names

United States Dog Names

Washington D.C.

Welcome to our "stately" dog names page

The District. This page is dedicated to the nation's capital. The list includes actors and singers born in D.C, as well as the famous monuments and memorials, there's also fictional names, and places.

To get you started we've selected a few names:

BLAIR: Blair Brown, actress born in D.C.

EMBASSY: Massachusetts Ave, known as 'Embassy Row' for the foreign embassies.

MARVIN: Marvin Gaye, soul singer born in D.C.

Looking for a different state? Click here to return to the US Dog Names page, with a listing of all 50 states (plus DC).

ALYSON Alyson Hannigan, actress
BARRY USS Barry Museum Ship, Anacostia River
BENNING Benning Bridge, over Anacostia River, Kingsman Island
BLAIR Blair Brown, actress
BLANCHE Blanche K. Bruce House, M Street
BUNKER Fort Bunker Hill, Northeast
CHERRY BLOSSOM National Cherry Blossom Festival, held each spring in DC
COLUMBIA District of Columbia ( Columbia was a poetic name for the US during the 1700s)
COMMANDER Commander in Chief, TV series set in DC
DC District of Columbia
DUPONT Fort DuPont Park
EMBASSY Massachusetts Ave, home to foreign embassies, known as "Embassy Row"
FLETCHER Fletcher Chapel, New York Avenue
FORD The Ford's Theater
FRANKLIN Benjamin Franklin Square, Downtown
GEORGE Georgetown, upmarket area of DC
GOLDIE Goldie Hawn, actress (born in Washington DC)
HAWK A Man Called Hawk, TV series set in Washington DC
HEALY Healy Hall, Georgetown University
HOWARD Howard University

Click the image below for even more great Puppy Names...

Dog Names

JAG TV series set in Washington DC
JEFFREY Jeffrey Wright, actor played Felix in Bond movies Casino Royale & Quantum of Solace
JOHN-JOHN John F. Kennedy, Jr. son of the 35th US president (Georgetown University Hospital)
JUSTIN Justin Theroux, actor (born in Washington DC)
KATHERINE Katherine Heigl, actress
KIRSTEN Kirsten Johnson, actress
LOGAN Logan Circle, neighborhood (north-west- DC)
MARVIN Marvin Gaye, soul singer
MISTER STERLING TV series set in Washington DC
MR. SMITH TV series set in Washington DC
MURPHY Murphy Brown, sitcom set in Washington DC
PATCH Patch Adams, physician (bases for the Robin Williams movie)
PHILLIPS The Phillips Collection, the first museum of modern art in the US (DuPont Circle)
PIERRE Pierre L'Enfant, designer of the District of Columbia
POPE Pope Brance Stream, Anacostia River
POTOMAC Potomac River, forms DC's border with Virginia
RENO Fort Reno Park, highest natural elevation in Washington DC
RENWICK The Renwick Gallery, near the White House
REYNOLDS Reynolds Center
RIGGS Riggs Park neighborhood

Click the image below for even more great Puppy Names...

Dog Names

SAMUEL Samuel L. Jackson, actor (born in Washington DC)
SHAW Neigborhood in north-west Washington DC
SHERMAN Sherman Circle, Petworth
SMART Get Smart, sitcom from the 1960s set in Washington DC
SONNY Sonny Bono Memorial Park, near DuPont Circle
TAFT Robert A, Taft Memorial, north of the Capitol
WALTER Walter Washington, first African-American mayor of Washington DC (1975)
WEBSTER Daniel Webster Memorial, Massachusetts Avenue
WILLIAM William Hurt, actor
WIZARD Washington Wizards baseball team
WOODLEY Woodley Park neighborhood

Featured Lists

Enjoy This Site?
Then why not use the button below, to add us to your favorite bookmarking service?

Featured Lists

[?] Subscribe To This Site

follow us in feedly
Add to My Yahoo!
Add to My MSN
Subscribe with Bloglines

free counters

Puppy Names footer

Copyright © 2009-2010.