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    Anybody got any original good names for a white bitch staff puppy?

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    lola
    roxy
    bella
    ruby
    sasha

    Bugsy

    then when you inevitably get a male to keep her company you can call it malone!!

    I have a lab/staffy cross called Macy
    Edited by: "bitseylango" 13th Feb 2011

    My white English Bull is called Luna

    my friend had 2 staffs called meagan and molly.

    Chav?

    has this turned into the dog naming forum?

    Jordan?
    Although, I don't think she's from Staffordshire.

    Casper

    Just call it Dog !

    Surely that would have to be "Bitch??"

    If you want some "White" names, you could look at;
    Kei (African)
    Leigan or Tegan (Celtic)
    Nyx (Latin)
    Shiron (Japanese)

    Albina and Bianca also mean White
    There are also vairations on the theme of "Snow" (snowy etc) but might be a bit fluffy for a Staffy ????

    My staffy is called Milly

    call it fire,rape, paedo or murder

    Janice

    snibs

    Foo Foo (_;)

    Tauntaun
    Spray
    Axel
    Fedde
    Throat Ripper

    Banned

    Mouthy, Jaws

    Snowy ?

    Personally i like Kira or Neena that have been suggested .


    oops,,,,,silly me just realised just realised the two names above are from the other dog naming thread, ( siberian husky one )...doh , lol
    Edited by: "shopstilldrops" 13th Feb 2011

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    Tubbelina

    My staffy's, lulu :-)

    jordan, shes a white b**ch

    Sapphire, Zara, Storm, Sky, Saffron, Lola, Marble, Pearl
    Edited by: "mKc88" 13th Feb 2011

    Scamp
    Ruby
    Scarlett
    Seren - welsh meaning star

    Inga - "I come from the land of the ice and snow."
    Miska - means little bear
    Luna
    or the following names mean something snow related...

    Akitla "snow falling on water" (Inuit)
    Allatla "baked snow" (Inuit)
    Aneira "golden snow" (Welsh)
    Aniuk "snow for drinking water" (Inuit)
    Anyu "snow used for a specific purpose" (Inuit)
    Berfu "snow queen" (Turkish)
    Bora "snow" (Albanian)
    Dinlitla "little balls of snow that cling to fur" (Inuit"
    Drifa "snow flurry" (Old Norse)
    Edurne "snow" (Basque)
    Eira "snow" (Welsh) - Really like this one
    Eiriol "snow drop" (Welsh)
    Eirwen "white as snow" (Welsh)
    Gana "falling snow" (Iniut)
    Gwyneira "white snow"
    Haukea "white snow" (Hawaiian)
    Hiroyuki "heavy snowfall" (Japanese)
    Kaba "snow" (Tibetan)
    Karli "covered with snow" (Turkish)
    Katiyana "night snow" (Inuit)
    Kayi "drifting snow" (Inuit)
    Kriplyana "snow that looks blue in the early morning" (Inuit)
    Kryantli "snow bricks" (Inuit)
    Lumi "snow" (Finnish)
    Mentlana "pink snow" (Inuit)
    Neus "snow" (Catalan)
    Neva "snow" (Latin)
    Aneira (Welsh, "Snow")
    Eira (Welsh, "Snow") <--- I really like this one.
    Eirawen/Eirwen (Welsh, "Snow White")
    Fanndis (Norse, "Snow Woman")
    Gwyneira (Welsh, "White; Fair; Snow")
    Hima (Sanskrit, "Snow; Winter")
    Nevada (Spanish, "Snow Covered")
    Nevara (Spanish, "To Snow")
    Neve (Gaelic, "Radiant Snow")
    Nieve (Spanish, "Snow") <--- This one, too.
    Setsuna (Japanese, "Calm Snow") <---
    Snow (English, "Snow; Fair Skinned")
    Nieves "snows" (Spanish)
    Pire (Mapudungun, "Snow")
    Pirta "snowstorm" (Inuit)
    Pyry "snowstorm" (Finnish)
    Qali "snow collected on trees" (Inuit)
    Seppen "snowflake" (Japanese)
    Shiya "snow at dawn" (Inuit)
    Snigurka "snow maiden" (Russian)
    Sniezhana "snow woman" (Slavic)
    Sulitlana "green snow" (Inuit)
    Talini "snow angels" (Inuit)
    Tuyet "snow white" (Vietnamese)
    Yuki (Japanese, "Blessing; Snow")


    Edited by: "caz1cool" 13th Feb 2011

    call it 'oi'

    Saffie the staffy

    Galatea is a Greek girls name it means white

    Pronounced Gala tay a.
    Edited by: "LoveHearts" 13th Feb 2011

    LoveHearts

    Galatea is a Greek girls name it means white :DPronounced Gala tay a.



    Or simply

    Gala

    which is the Greek word for milk

    Staffies are lovely dogs, very playful and also very friendly with people. I have two staffy X rescue dogs. Philly and Inka, both named by my children as officially that's who they really belong to

    Congrats on your new puppy btw Would love to see some pictures?
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