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Red Spoo boy name ideas HELP!

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So as you may know, we have a Red SPOO puppy that will be ready to come home exactly 3 weeks... he's a boy and I'm in love with him already!
We have a name that we really like but I'm not 100% sold on it yet, it's such a big decision! So anyway, I'm keeping our name a secret for now... in the meantime I just thought I would throw this out to you all... Inspire me, I would love to hear your name ideas! The more unique the better! :idea:


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Do you have a theme in mind? Are you looking for the entire name or just the Call name?
Entire name :) no theme really, I wanted something with Red in it or something to do with the color Red since it's his color, but, no Clifford or Ginger or Big Red! lol
For Starters - boy's names;
Leroux \l(e)-roux\ is pronounced la-ROO. It is of French origin, and its meaning is "the red-haired one".
Phoenix \pho(e)-nix\, also used as girl's name Phoenix, is of Greek origin, and its meaning is "dark red". The mythical Arabian bird known as the phoenix is a symbol of immortality.
Radley \r(a)-dley, rad-ley\ is of Old English origin, and its meaning is "meadow of reeds; red meadow".
Redley \r(e)-dley, red-ley\ is of Old English origin, and its meaning is "red meadow".
Rogan \r(o)-gan\ is of Irish and Gaelic origin, and its meaning is "red-headed".
Rohan \ro-han\ is pronounced ro-HAHN. It is of Irish and Sanskrit origin, and its meaning is "red-haired, red; ascending".
Rooney \ro(o)-ney\ is of Irish and Gaelic origin, and its meaning is "red-haired".
Rousseau \ro(us)-seau\ is of Old French origin, and its meaning is "little red-haired one".
Rowan \ro-wan\, also used as girl's name Rowan, is of Gaelic origin, and its meaning is "little red-head".
Shani \sh(a)-ni\, also used as girl's name Shani, is of Hebrew origin, and its meaning is "crimson, red".
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Wow, you're GOOD! :cheer2:
Rogan, Rowan and Rohan are all names we've considered! The irish thing is huge, my hubby was born in Belfast, (we named our daughter Clover)!
I like Rogan a lot, I just worry it sounds a bit like a cream used to treat men's hair loss!?! :curl-lip:
Crayola Copper
Red Hot Chili

Change Rogan to Rogin

Aedan, Aidan - A diminutive form of the name Aed meaning "fire" and would imply "born of fire."
Cormac Mac Airt was probably the most famous of the ancient kings of Ireland.
Faolan, Phelan - Comes from the word faol "wolf."
Hugh - translation of an ancient name Aodh meaning "fire."
[Red Hugh O'Donnell]
Lorcan - Means "silent" or "fierce" and was probably used as a nickname for a "brave warrior."
Padraic "paw + drig" - From the Latin patricius "nobly born."
Quinlan - meaning "gently-shaped, athletic."
Tierney "teer + nee" - Meaning "lord, chief" and implies "lord of the household."
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I know a lot about ALL the reds out there.
kinda figured you might...
we're not planning to show this little guy, he'll just be a pet, possibly get into agility or therapy, not sure, depends on his personality... Dugan's personality is really what I fell in love with, he's a sweetheart!
Dh the comedian came up with 'scrappy.' I was thinking of Rooster. ;)
Rory's really cute and I like Rooster too! I hadn't thought of that one! Only thing is it reminds of me of the Musical, "Annie" and the nasty brother of Ms Flanigan! haha

I think we've actually decided on ... ROGAN
Rogan \r(o)-gan\ is of Irish and Gaelic origin, and its meaning is "red-headed".
it's strong sounding, seems to suit him and I love it's Irish/Gaelic meaning!! :)
now, I just need to come up with something clever for his long name!! I thought we could even use the word Rogue in the long name possibly...
How about Rusty? I like that for a red male. My red female is Gingerbread
LOL reg. Rooster. I hadn't thought of that one.

I love Rogan. :)
I love Rogan as well, however don't be surprised if people think you've named him after the comedic celebrity Seth Rogan.

As for a registered name, how about:
- Arreau's Luck of the Irish
- Arreau's Mummer's Dance
- Arreau's Red Rogue
I love mummer's dance, love that song though the CD is mysteriously missing at the moment.

On registered names what about doing something that plays off the word red.
We imported a red dog from england two years ago and his name was resgisted as Red Butler, they called him Gable after clark gable who played Rhett in gone with the wind.
... or Joe Rogan from fear factor and UFC... oh well...I don't care, I like it! Lol
that's a really neat idea! Gable is cool too isn't it?! wow... there's so many great ideas!
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