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Top 80 Dog Names For Fans Of Game Of Thrones

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Game Of Thrones was and still is a widely acclaimed TV series based on the George R. R. Martin books. Although there is a still a lot of debate about the 8th series (lets not go there as I'm still recovering from it).

Its particularly interesting as their were 6 dire wolves in the series which were all named and also featured in some of the shows. It may seem a bit obvious to name your own dog after one of these but die hard fans will probably like this.

In case you do not want to look through the list later they are as follows with the person who adopted them after their mother was killed

Ghost (adopted by Jon)
Grey Wind (adopted by Rob)
Lady (adopted by Sansa)
Nymeria (adopted by Arya)
Shaggydog (adopted by Rickon)
Summer (adopted by Bran)

Jon Snow and Ghost

Jon Snow and Ghost – Wons Noj [CC BY-SA (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)]

Anyway if you have a new male or female dog and you are a fan of the series then there is a lot of inspiration you can get for picking a name for your dog. In this article we present a list of names and also a little explanation for some of the names as well.

List of Game Of Thrones names

Aemon – was the maester at Castle Black
Aeron – He is the brother of Balon Greyjoy
Arya – the youngest daughter and third child of Lady Catelyn and Lord Ned Stark
Asha – is a member of House Greyjoy and is the daughter of Lord Balon Greyjoy by his wife, Alannys Harlaw. In the TV series she was called Yara
Asshia – a city located in the southeast of the continent of Essos
Astapor – he southernmost of the three great city-states. It is also known as the Red City
Balon – the Lord Reaper of Pyke and the head of House Greyjoy
Bran – referring to Brandon Stark
Bronn – skilled and dangerous swordsman
Cersei – the widow of King Robert Baratheon and Queen of the Seven Kingdoms
Dontos – Ser Dontos the Red, was a knight of House Hollard.
Dorea – a handmaiden of Daenerys
Dorne – one of the nine constituent regions of the Seven Kingdoms, it is a large peninsula which makes up the southernmost part of Westeros
Drogon – one of the three dragons
Eddard – as in Eddard Stark, or Ed Stark
Elia – married Prince Rhaegar Targaryen
Essos – A huge continent to the east of Westeros in GOT
Euron – a prominent character in the TV series
Gendry – a skilled blacksmith
Ghost – one of six direwolf pups, adopted by Jon Snow. Good name for a white dog this one
Gregor – As in Gregor Clegane who was also known as “The Mountain”
Grey Wind – good for a grey dog
Hodor – a servant of House Stark
Hoster – Lord Hoster Tully was the Lord of Riverrun and the head of House Tully
Hound – an obvious one this one, after the Hound
Ice – as in Fire and Ice
Janos – Lord Janos Slynt was the commander of the City Watch in King's Landing
Jaqen – He trained Arya Stark to be a Faceless Man
Joffrey – the second Baratheon king to sit on the Iron Throne.
Jorah – As in Ser Jorah Mormon who faithfully serves Daenerys
Khal – leader of the Dothraki. Usually jnown by his full name, Khal Drogo. Didn't use the Drogo in case of confusion with a ‘go' command
Khaleesi – alias for Daenerys Targaryen
Kingslayer – a nickname for Jaime Lannister
Lady – one of six direwolf pups
Longclaw – a Valyrian steel sword
Loras – a knight from House Tyrell
Loreza – Loreza Sand, a daughter of Prince Oberyn Martell
Lothar – as in Lothar Frey
Lyanna – younger sister of Eddard Stark and mother of Jon Snow.
Martell – As in Oberyn Martell amongst others
Meereen – one of the three great city-states
Melisandre – a Red Priestess
Mhysa – the name of one of the shows, Season 3, Episode 10
Missandei – serves Daenerys as her advisor
Myrcella – Princess Myrcella Baratheon
Ned – As in Ned Stark
Nymeria – a direwolf adopted by Arya Stark.
Oberyn – Oberyn Martell
Osha – a woman of the Free Folk
Podrick – also known as Pod
Quentyn – son of Doran Martell
Ramsey – House Bolton
Raven = The Three-Eyed Raven was the last greenseer, a human living among the last of the Children of the Forest beyond the Wall.
Rhaegal – one of the three dragons
Rhaella – the mother of Rhaegar, Viserys and Daenerys Targaryen
Rickon – as in Rickon Stark
Robb – as in Robb Stark
Roose – the Lord of the Dreadfort and the head of House Bolton
Sandor – Sandor Clegane also called the hound
Sansa – as in Sansa Stark
Selmy – Ser Barristan Selmy was a knight who served in the Kingsguard
Shaggydog – one of six direwolf pups
Snow – as in Jon Snow, Ramsey Snow
Stannis – from Stannis Baratheon, the Lord of Dragonstone
Stark – as in House Stark of Winterfell
Sully – as in the The Unsullied
Summer – this was another one of the dire wolves, this one was adopted by Bran
Tarly – a steward in the Night's Watch
Theon – the youngest son of King Balon Greyjoy
Tormund – a leader and raider among the Free Folk
Tyrion – the youngest child of Lord Tywin Lannister and younger brother of Cersei and Jaime Lannister.
Tywin – the head of House Lannister and Hand of the King for three different kings.
Valyrian – the capital city of the civilization which was known as the Valyrian Freehold
Varys – former slave eunuch from the fictional city of Lys and the master of whisperers in King's Landing
Viper – the Red Viper was the nickname for Prince Oberyn Martell
Viserion – one of the three dragons
Walder – the head of House Frey
Westeros – one of 2 continents in the books and TV series, to teh west of Essos
Willow – Willow Wood is the seat of House Ryger
Winter – I was thinking as in Winter is coming
Viserys – the older brother of Daenerys Targaryen
Yara – is the Lady of the Iron Islands and Lady Reaper of Pyk
Ygritte – woman of the Free Folk who lived north of the Wall.
Yoren – a recruiter for the Night's Watch.
Yunkai – one of the three great city-states. It is also known as the Yellow City

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Of course this is just a small sample and there are many source including the TV series, the books and of course fan websites with even more ideas

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