What are the different names for England

English animal names from A to Z:

You can find them here most beautiful English pet names from A to Z! We have put together over 160 pretty names that are suitable for pets. Among the most popular are Rocky, Toby, Buster, cooper, Murphy, Lucky, Teddy, Lucy, Daisy, Maggie and Roxy.

But there are also many names that have a meaning: For example fishing rod (Angel), Sweetie (Sweet), Cherry (Cherry) or Hazel (Hazelnut).

Did you know that the most popular pet names are usually around 60% to 70% English?

Almost all names are suitable for dogs and cats, especially the two-syllable ones that end in a vowel, i.e. Molly, Charlie, Marley, Rocky etc.

Small animals are allowed to have somewhat longer or “more complicated” names, because they do not necessarily have to listen to their names. English sweets / nibbles are really cute with hamsters, guinea pigs, mice and rats: Peanut, Brownie, Pumpkin, Muffin and Biscuit. The small animals are also real to bite into.

Surnameimportance
Aimee 
Andy 
fishing rodAngel
AppleApple
ArcherArcher
Autumnautumn
  
bagelring-shaped bun
bandit 
Barney 
Barry 
Beautybeauty
Bitsytiny
BiscuitPastries
Blazeflame
BlackyBlack
Blossomblossom
Boomers 
Browniechocolate cake
BubblesSoap bubbles
BuddyDude
BudgieBudgie
BusterBoyfriend
butterflybutterfly
Buttonstud
  
cakecake
CandySweets
Captaincaptain
championwinner
Cheekynaughty
Cherrycherry
chipPotato slice
Chopper"Helicopter"
Cindersoot
Cinnamoncinnamon
Cloudcloud
Coconutcoconut
Coby 
Cody 
Cookiebiscuit
cooperBarrel maker
Coppercopper
Corkycorky
Cottoncotton
Why is it actually an English name?

What makes the language more interesting for you than German? Linguists say that English (and French, for example) sounds much more melodic. Within a word, the sounds can be high or low. At the same time, the words always sound gentle because - compared to other languages ​​- they contain more vowels, i.e. A, E, I, O and U.

In German, on the other hand, the consonants predominate. There is often no vowel between them (e.g. eRNST or SToCK), which is why the language sounds rather harsh.

For example, Buddy is a very popular name with soft letters like B and D. In German, one would say Kumpel. K and P are quite hard and the "e" is often mumbled / left out when speaking.

Another example is sugar (spoken: schugga), which means sugar in German. No comparison at all, is it? It is hardly surprising that English songs are almost always at the top of the charts.

In addition, English sometimes seems more exciting because we don't know the exact translation;) As far as that is concerned, our list helps, because we have written the German meanings for you to the right.

Animal names in English - Photo: Javier Brosch / Shutterstock