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Gothic Dog Names

Published: Last updated: by Kyle J. Larson

These gothic dog names are perfect to represent the goth subculture of music, art, and fashion. They’re a perfect way to find a unique name for your new puppy.

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Male Gothic Dog Names

Here are some of the top names for a boy puppy.

  • Alaric
  • Damien
  • Edgar
  • Flint
  • Grey
  • Gus
  • Jet
  • Kane
  • Omen
  • Orion
  • Rune
  • Talon
  • Tristan
  • Vlad

Female Gothic Dog Names

These gothic name work wonderfully for a girl pup.

  • Althea
  • Aphra
  • Blair
  • Chandra
  • Clover
  • Crimson
  • Des – short for Desdamona
  • Elektra
  • Estelle
  • Eve
  • Jinx
  • Lilith
  • Luna
  • Midnight
  • Morgana
  • Nissa
  • Ophelia
  • Pandora
  • Raven
  • Rose
  • Siren
  • Star
  • Willow

Unisex Gothic Dog Names

These names work well for any gender of dog, and set the mood perfectly.

  • Angel
  • Blackie
  • Bones
  • Briar
  • Cameo
  • Echo
  • Fang
  • Ghost
  • Moon
  • Noir
  • Onyx
  • Salem
  • Tempest
  • Pagan
  • Phantom
  • Shadow
  • Storm
  • Thorn
  • Winter
  • Wolf
  • Zombie

Famous Gothic Characters

These famous gothic characters come from movies, TV shows, comics, books, and history. You may also enjoy our Halloween dog names for even more characters.

  • Aro – Twilight
  • Attila – Attila the Hun
  • Bella
  • Bellatrix – Harry Potter
  • Blade – vampire comic book character
  • Bran – Game of Thrones
  • Carrie – novel by Stephen King
  • Casper – the friendly ghost
  • Claudia – Vampire Chronicles
  • Crow – from the film The Crow or the animal
  • Devil
  • Draven – Eric Draven, the lead character in The Crow
  • Draco – Draco Malfoy from Harry Potter
  • Elvira – the mistress of the dark
  • FenrirNorse mythology wolf
  • Fester – The Addams Family
  • Frankenstein – or Franky for short, from the story about the scientist creating a monster
  • Grim – the grim reaper
  • Hannibal – Hannibal Lecter from Silence of the Lambs
  • Henrietta – goth girl from South Park
  • Hyde – Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde
  • Icabod – Icabod Crane from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
  • Jeckyll – Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde
  • Lestat – a vampire from Anne Rice’s novels
  • Loki – Norse god of mischief
  • Lucifer – the devil
  • Medusa – a snake-haired woman from Greek mythology
  • Morticia – The Addams Family
  • Neo – The Matrix
  • Noel – Noel Fielding, gothic actor and comedian
  • Oracle – a mythical character who can see the future
  • Penny – Penny Dreadful
  • Reaper – the grim reaper
  • Sabrina – the teenage witch
  • Samara – The Ring
  • Selene – The main character in Underworld
  • Spike – Buffy the Vampire Slayer hero
  • Trinity – The Matrix
  • Ursula – The Little Mermaid
  • Wednesday – The Addams Family
  • Witch
  • Zero – Ghost dog from The Nightmare Before Christmas

Gothic Artists, Architecture, and Authors

If you want to diversify your gothic names from the subculture to the famous art and architecture styles, you may enjoy these names:

  • Abbot – Abbot Suger, the father of Gothic Architecture
  • Bram – Bram Stoker, who wrote about vampires
  • Burton – Tim Burton, filmmaker
  • Claus – Claus Sluter, architect
  • Dali – Salvador Dali, an artist who inspired modern goth style
  • Florence – Italy, is a well-known location for gothic art
  • Fresco – a style of mural painting
  • Gargoyle – a statue of a creature in gothic architecture
  • Gio – Giovanni Pisano, gothic architect
  • Milan – The Duomo di Milano, a famous building
  • Oscar – author Oscar Wilde
  • Paris – a famous location for gothic architecture
  • Poe – Edgar Allan Poe, an author
  • Poppy – Poppy Z. Brite a gothic horror writer
  • Storm – Storm Constantine, author

Goth Music and Bands

These bands and musicians are either part of the goth subculture or helped inspire it.

  • Banshee – Siouxsie and the Banshees
  • Bela – from the song “Bela Lugosi’s Dead” an early goth rock song by Bauhaus
  • Bowie – David Bowie, musician and fashion icon
  • Curtis – Ian Curtis, the lead singer of Joy Division
  • Friday – from the song “Friday I’m in Love” by the Cure
  • Lux – Lux Interior of the Cramps
  • Manson – Marilyn Manson
  • Morrison – Jim Morrison, who inspired the term gothic rock
  • Nico – German songwriter and actress
  • Olli – Olli Wisdom of Specimen
  • Rozz – Rozz Williams of Christian Death
  • Sioux – Siouxsie Sioux and the Banshees

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