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NAMES POLES GIVE THEIR DOGS


musicwriter 5 | 87    
13 Jan 2010  #32
The neighbors across the street had a male German Shepherd named Żaba.
1jola 14 | 1,883    
13 Jan 2010  #33
What? No Szarik?

pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Szarik
mateinone 5 | 58    
13 Jan 2010  #34
Of course it is not Polish.. but my first dog growing up was..
brown dog :P
1jola 14 | 1,883    
13 Jan 2010  #35
Did the whole family brainstorm that one?
mateinone 5 | 58    
14 Jan 2010  #36
Yes I think we must have.. We probably got the whiteboard out and had a phone-conference with the cousins and all... or one of us kids who were about 2-3 probably just started calling it that and it stuck..... not sure which is the more likely scenario.
1jola 14 | 1,883    
14 Jan 2010  #37
I'm glad you didn't get offended. I can't be bothered to put smilley faces all the time. Kids often name dogs and parents have to play along, so Brown Dog was a good name as any.

I've had two dogs stolen, so I'm a little sad about it and I don't want one now.

I like the name REX.
OP Polonius3 1,007 | 12,507    
14 Jan 2010  #38
One Polish bitch name not ending in -a is Lulu.
marqoz - | 195    
10 Feb 2010  #39
What about Huba?
Trevor 6 | 66    
16 Feb 2010  #40
My friends dog is names Kubus
mintgreen - | 2    
8 Jul 2010  #41
My friend said she had a dog that always wet the floor and they called it the polish name that means 'pee pants' - anyone know what it is?
pgtx 30 | 3,166    
8 Jul 2010  #42
'pee pants'

moczymajtek
Raficoo 3 | 34    
8 Jul 2010  #43
my aunt has a dog whom i've known for quite a time and he's name is Dingo :]
Seanus 15 | 19,742    
8 Jul 2010  #44
My Polish friend named his dog Dingo too :)
beckski 12 | 1,619    
9 Jul 2010  #45
Here's a few of the different names my family had given our dogs, Czarina, Queenie, Timmy, Coco, Sandy, Bonnie and Clyde (the last two were siblings.)
Eurola 4 | 1,911    
9 Jul 2010  #46
I had dogs named Ciapek and Cygan. I did not see anybody mention the names...
mintgreen - | 2    
9 Jul 2010  #47
moczymajtek

hehehe, thats a long name for a dog!
zetigrek    
9 Jul 2010  #48
For anyone interested, here is a by no means complete selection of names Poles often give their dogs:

where's Max??? the most popular dog name?

Why not a Polish form of "spike"

kolec??? ;D

I'd like to find a name for a female dog that means 'little stranger' or 'nameless' or 'little stray' or 'no-name' or something like that. Somebody told me Basha, but then I also heard that isn't Polish. Can anyone help?

Przybłęda. but its not nice name...
Wayno    
23 Aug 2011  #49
My Grandma had a German Shepherd named 'Aza' or 'Azza' or 'Azor' or 'Uzza'. Can someone tell me what this name means? The dog was bitch, and I have a German Shepherd and I called her this name. Also is the name 'Foonyick' rude or crazy or something funny? My Polish uncle had a dog named this, and it was the most horrid crazy thing I have ever seen.
mon    
4 Mar 2012  #50
And where's Kropka?
Teresia    
3 May 2012  #51
My male Boston Terrier's name is Brutus ...my dad always called him Brudas (dirty).
boohoo    
1 Apr 2014  #52
In polish its frog
Ballou    
23 Jun 2015  #53
firstly I apologize for the spelling. Our Australian cattle dog was called Zenta, our kelpie was Burek, my neighbours little mixed breed was Czapek, my aunts white fluff ball was Muska. My dag couldn't pronounce my deerhound's name Hamish so dad called him rubbish with a massive rolling r and an elongated ish, always made me laugh!
Nathans    
23 Jun 2015  #54
I call myself: "Choćtu" (Come here)
NocyMrok    
23 Jun 2015  #55
My dog's official name was "Arni" but i called him, due him looking somewhat similar to a żubr, "Bizon" or even "Bidon" (a water bottle used by sportsmen and cyclists) with no particular reason beside it sounding funny. :D
Iammekek    
18 Apr 2016  #56
Does anyone know what a jewish family may name their *****? Or does it not really matter?

^That's meant to say the word for female dog lol
jon357 65 | 13,627    
18 Apr 2016  #57
Suka is Polish for b1tch. As for naming, it doesn't matter. A Pole I knew well (sadly just died) who was Jewish called his dog Pirat, but the doggie was a boy.

I don't think it matters; no special rules.
Atch 16 | 2,641    
18 Apr 2016  #58
Once in the park I heard a very respectable looking woman roaring what sounded like 'K*rwa' at a dog in the distance but it turned out to be 'Bulwa'. Doesn't that mean bulb?? Rather odd name even for a dog.
Wulkan - | 3,280    
18 Apr 2016  #59
'Bulwa'. Doesn't that mean bulb??

It means Potato in North East Poland.
Atch 16 | 2,641    
18 Apr 2016  #60
Thank you Wulkan. That's still an extraordinary name for a dog though isn't it? It was a Boxer. Now if it was an Irish Setter or an Irish Wolfhound I'd see the humour in calling it Spud but I can't see any reason to call a Boxer 'Potato'?? Ah well, we'll never know.



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