Thursday, April 20, 2017

Shakespeare Pet Names

My favorite Shakespeanian names for pets are Puck, Bottom, and Romeo.

Achilles Troilus and Cressida
Adriana - The Comedy of Errors
Aeneas Troilus and Cressida
Agamemnon - Troilus and Cressida
Ajax Troilus and Cressida
Alexas Antony and Cleopatra
Alonso The Tempest
Angus - Macbeth
Ariel - The Tempest
Audrey - As You Like It
Balthasar - Several plays
BanquoMacbeth
Beatrice - Much Ado About Nothing
Belch - Twelfth Night
Benedick Much Ado About Nothing
Berkeley - Richard III
Bianca - The Taming of the Shrew
Bottom - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Brutus - Julius Caesar
CalibanThe Tempest
CapuletRomeo and Juliet
Cassandra Troilus and Cressida
Celia - As You Like It
Cicero Julius Caesar
Claudio - Much Ado About Nothing
Claudius - Hamlet
Cleopatra - Antony and Cleopatra
Cobweb A Midsummer Night's Dream
Cordelia - King Lear
Costard - Love's Labour's Lost
Crab - The Two Gentlemen of Verona
CressidaTroilus and Cressida
Cymbeline - Cymbeline
Desdemona - Othello
DogberryMuch Ado About Nothing
Dorcas - The Winter's Tale
Duncan - Macbeth
Edgar - King Lear
Falstaff - Henry IV, Part 1, Henry IV, Part 2, The Merry Wives of Windsor
FangHenry IV, Part 2
FerdinandThe Tempest
FleanceMacbeth
FlorizelThe Winter's Tale
GertrudeHamlet
Gobbo - The Merchant of Venice
Guiderius - Cymbeline
Guildenstern - Hamlet
Hamlet - Hamlet
Hecate - Macbeth
Hector - Troilus and Cressida
Hermia - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Hermione - The Winter's Tale
Hero - Much Ado About Nothing
Hippolyta - A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Two Noble Kinsmen
Horatio - Hamlet  
Hotspur - Henry IV, Part 1
Iago - Othello
Imogen - Cymbeline
Jachimo - Cymbeline
Juliet - Romeo and Juliet
Juno - The Tempest
Laertes - Hamlet
Lavinia - Titus Andronicus
Leontes - The Winter's Tale
Lysander - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Macbeth - Macbeth
Macduff - Macbeth
Malcolm - Macbeth
Malvolio - Twelfth Night
Mercutio - Romeo and Juliet
Miranda - The Tempest
Montague - Romeo and Juliet
Mopsa - The Winter's Tale
Mortimer - Henry IV, Part 1
Moth - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Nerissa - The Merchant of Venice
Nym - The Merry Wives of Windsor, Henry V
Oberon - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Ophelia - Hamlet
Orlando - As You Like It
Orsino - Twelfth Night
Othello - Othello
Paris - Romeo and Juliet
Perdita - The Winter's Tale
Pericles - Pericles, Prince of Tyre
Petruchio - The Taming of the Shrew
Phebe - As You Like It
Pinch - The Comedy of Errors
Polonius - Hamlet
Pompey - Measure for Measure
Portia - The Merchant of Venice
Posthumus - Cymbeline
Prospero - The Tempest
Puck - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Romeo - Romeo and Juliet
Rosalind  - As You Like It
Rozencrantz - Hamlet
Sebastian - Twelfth Night, The Tempest
Shadow - Henry IV, Part 2
Sly - The Taming of the Shrew
Snare - Henry IV, Part 2
Snug - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Tamora - Titus Andronicus
Theseus - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Titania - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Verges - Much Ado About Nothing
Viola - Twelfth Night
Wart - Henry IV, Part 2
Yorick - Hamlet

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Thursday, April 6, 2017

Spring Pet Names

Here's a list of Spring themed names for your pet!

April
Aries
Aviv - Hebrew name that means 'spring'
Bihar - 'Spring' in Kurdish
Birdie
Blossom
Bud
Bunny
Drizzle
Dew
Easter
Flora - Roman goddess of Spring
Gemini
Haru - 'Spring' in Japanese
Haruki - 'Spring Child' in Japanese
Iðunn - Norse goddess of Spring
Jarilo - Slavic god of Spring
Jaro - 'Spring' in Czech
June
March
May
Ostara - Germanic goddess of Spring
Persephone - Greek goddess of Spring
Primavera - 'Spring' in several romance languages, including Italian and Spanish
Rain
Rainbow
Robin
Skye
Spring
Sunny
Taurus
Vår - 'Spring' in Norwegian & Swedish
Vasanta - 'Spring' in Hindi
Viasna - 'Spring' in Belarusian
Yaz - 'Spring' in Azerbaijani

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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Musical Pet Names

This list is all about musical terms used as names. It's great for pets owned by musicians.

Adagio - a slow tempo
Allegro - to play lively and fast
Aria - an expressive melody
Banjo - a musical instrument
Bebop - a style of jazz
Blues - a musical genre from the Southern United States
Bongo - a type of drum
Bounce - a style of hip hop from New Orleans
Cadence - a sequence of chords that brings an end to a phrase
Calypso - genre of music from the Caribbean
Coda - a passage that brings a piece to an end
Crunk - a subgenre of hip-hop
Disco - genre of dance music from the 1970s
Dub - a subgenre of reggae music
Fado - a Portuguese music genre
Grunge - a subgenre of alternative rock
Harmony - pleasing combination of two or three tones played together.
Honky Tonk - a genre of music
Indie - a genre of music
Jazz - a genre of music from New Orleans
Jingle - a song used in advertizing
Lo-Fi - a sound recording that has intentional technical flaws
Lyric - words put to music
Mambo - a Cuban music genre and dance style
Medley - a composition that uses passages from other movements.
Melody - a linear succession of musical tones
Minuet - slow dance music written in triple time
Nonet - a composition written for nine instruments
Opus - a method of numbering a composers works
Polka - a genre of music and dance of Czech origin
Punk - a type of rock music
Reggae - a genre of music from Jamacia
Reed - a piece of cane in wind instruments
Salsa - a genre of dance music

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Friday, March 31, 2017