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170+ Mexican Dog Names – Inspired by Food, Places & People

Looking for the hottest and most creative Mexican dog names? Then feel welcome, amigo, because our list will bring you with everything you need.

Mexican culture is vibrant, exotic and interesting. That’s why we have dived completely into it, to come up with the best name suggestions you will find on the internet. From food to movies, art, dance, geography, nature and more, you can bet on it that you will find exactly what you are looking for. It’d be a good name for water dogs because it’s a lot Mexican and makes sense.

List of Mexican Dog Names

Here are several options of mexican dog names for you to choose from:

  • Aaron
    Light Brighter.
  • Abigail
    From Hebrew meaning Father's joy.
  • Abril
    Spanish for April, signifying spring.
  • Acapulco
    Location.
  • Adriana
    From Latin meaning of the Adriatic.
  • Agave
    An important ingredient of Tequila.
  • Agustina
    From Latin meaning Great, Majestic.
  • Aitana
    From Latin, places of the mountains.
  • Akumal
    Direct translation means "Place of the Turtles"
  • Alba
    White Rock.
  • Alejandra
    Defender of mankind.
  • Alejandro
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Alejo
    Defender.
  • Alessandra
    Defender of men.
  • Alma
    Soul.
  • Ameca
    City in West Central Mexico.
  • Amiga
    Friend (female)
  • Amigo
    Friend (male)
  • Andrés
    Warrier.
  • Angel
    Comes from a large statue of an angel "Angel de la independencia"
  • Antonio
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Araceli
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Armando
    Bold man.
  • Azul
    Blue.
  • Azulejo
    Comes from urban palace "Casa de los Azulejos"
  • Balankanche
    A series of ancient Mayan caves.
  • Bebe
    Baby.
  • Benito
    The man behind the modernization of Mexican culture.
  • Blanco
    White.
  • Bonita
    Pretty.
  • Burrito
    Mexican food.
  • Café
    Brown.
  • Campeche
    State in Southeastern Mexico.
  • Cancun
    Location.
  • Carlos
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Carmen
    Named for "Playa del Carmen", a famous beach in Yucatan Peninsula.
  • Cayenne
    Type of Pepper.
  • Cayo
    Lord.
  • Celaya
    Location.
  • Celino
    Heaven.
  • Cemita
    Type of Sandwich.
  • Ceviche
    A raw fish cured in citrus juice.
  • Chai
    Tea.
  • Chalupa
    Mexican food.
  • Che
    Buddy or Dude.
  • Chiapas
    Location.
  • Chico
    Kid.
  • Chilaquiles
    Mexican food.
  • Chili
    Popular Mexican soup.
  • Chimichanga
    (Chimi for short) Tex Mex food.
  • Chipotle
    Type of Pepper.
  • Chiquita
    Little One.
  • Churro
    Fried dough pastry.
  • Colima
    Location.
  • Cómico
    Funny.
  • Concha
    Sweet bread.
  • Copper
    A canyon series in Mexico.
  • Cordero
    Lamb.
  • Corona
    Mexican food.
  • Cortes
    Hernan Cortes conquered the Aztec Empire.
  • Cozumel
    Location.
  • Diablo
    Devil.
  • Diego
    A mexican artist and socialist.
  • Domingo
    Sunday.
  • Dos Equis
    Mexican food.
  • Durango
    Location.
  • Eduardo
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Empanada
    Mexican food.
  • Enchilada
    Mexican food.
  • Ensenada
    Location.
  • Felipe
    Friend of Horses.
  • Feliz
    Happy.
  • Fernando
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Fiesta
    Party.
  • Flan
    Mexican Dessert.
  • Francisca
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Francisco
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Fresca
    Mexican food.
  • Frida / Kahlo
    A Mexican artist who suffered from a lot of injuries.
  • Gabriela
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Gerardo
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Gloria
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Gordita
    Mexican food.
  • Gordito
    Chubby.
  • Guac
    Avocado dip (short for Guacamole)
  • Guacamole
    Mexican food.
  • Guadalajara
    The second largest city in Mexico.
  • Guadalupe
    Location.
  • Hernan
    Man who conquered the Aztec Empire.
  • Hidalgo
    Miguel Hidalgo was a Mexican priest leader who led the Mexican War of Independence.
  • Hola
    Hello.
  • Isla
    Island.
  • Isla Cozumel
    Best place to scuba dive.
  • Ixtapa
    Location.
  • Izamal
    A small city where every building is yellow.
  • Jacobo
    Jacob.
  • Jalisco
    Location.
  • Javier
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Jefe
    The Boss.
  • Jesús
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Jicama
    Mexican food.
  • Joaquín
    Established by God.
  • Jorge
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Jose
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Josefina
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Juan
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Juana
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Juarez
    City in Northern Mexico.
  • Kahlua
    Mexican Liqueur.
  • La Paz
    Location.
  • Leon
    City in Central Mexico.
  • Leticia
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Lobo
    Wolf.
  • Loma
    Hill.
  • Lorenzo
    From roughly 1200 BCE to 900 BCE, Lorenzo was considered the largest city in Mesoamerica.
  • Luisa
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Luna
    Moon.
  • Manuel
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Margarita
    Mexican food.
  • Maria
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Matamoros
    Location.
  • Matias
    Gift from God (Hebrew)
  • Mazatlan
    A magnificent town full historic Mexican culture.
  • Merida
    A sweet city that have so much to offer for visitors.
  • Mexicali
    Location.
  • Miguel
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Miguel Ángel
    Who is like God.
  • Mole
    Rich sauce typically used in Mexican dishes.
  • Mono
    Monkey.
  • Monterrey
    Location.
  • Morelia
    Location.
  • Morita
    Type of pepper.
  • Nacho
    Mexican food.
  • Negra Modelo
    Mexican food.
  • Nigra
    Black.
  • Niña
    Girl.
  • Oaxaca
    A very traditional Mexican city.
  • Oso
    Bear.
  • Paloma
    Mexican food.
  • Pancho
    A bandit who helped lead the Mexican Revolution.
  • Panucho
    Mexican food.
  • Pedro
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Perla
    Pearl.
  • Perro
    Dog.
  • Pico
    Sharp peak.
  • Piñata
    A container of candy and trinkets.
  • Plata
    Silver.
  • Platano
    Banana.
  • Playa
    Beach.
  • Pozole
    Hominy.
  • Princesa
    Princess.
  • Príncipe
    Prince.
  • Puebla
    Location.
  • Querida
    Dear.
  • Queso
    Mexican term for cheese.
  • Quintana Roo
    Location.
  • Rafael
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Ratón
    Mouse (for a shy little dog)
  • Raúl
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Relleno
    Pepper stuffed with cheese and fried.
  • Reynosa
    Location.
  • Ricardo
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Rico
    Rich.
  • Roberto
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Rodolfo
    A Mexican scientist and astronaut who traveled to space.
  • Roja
    Red.
  • Rosa
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Salsa
    Mexican food.
  • Saltillo
    Location.
  • San Pedro
    City in Northeastern Mexico.
  • Sangrita
    Mexican food.
  • Santiago
    St. James.
  • Santo
    Saint.
  • Sierra
    Mountains.
  • Silao
    City in North Central Mexico.
  • Silvia
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Sol
    Sun.
  • Solana
    Sunny Spot.
  • Sonora
    Location.
  • Sopa
    Soup.
  • Tabasco
    Location.
  • Taco
    Mexican food.
  • Tamale
    Mexican food.
  • Tampico
    Location.
  • Tapas
    Snack Food.
  • Tepic
    City in West Central Mexico.
  • Tequila
    Mexican food.
  • Tigre
    Tiger.
  • Tijuana
    Location.
  • TJ
    Slang for Tijuana.
  • Toluca
    Location.
  • Tomas
    Twin.
  • Toro
    Bull.
  • Torreon
    Location.
  • Tulum
    A town in Mexico that features beautiful beaches and most awe-inspiring ruins.
  • Vallarta
    City in west central Mexico.
  • Veracruz
    Location.
  • Veronica
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Vida
    Life.
  • Yolanda
    Popular mexican first name.
  • Yuca
    A native plant in South America.
  • Zamora
    Location.
  • Zólaco
    A vibrant city square in Mexico.
  • Zorro
    Fox.
  • Adrian
  • Agustin
  • Alex
  • Alexa
  • Alexander
  • Allison
  • Alonso
  • Álvaro
  • Amanda
  • Amelia
  • Ana
  • Ana Ana
  • Andrea
  • Antonella
  • Antonia
  • Ariadna
  • Ariana
  • Ashley
  • Axel
  • Bautista
  • Bianca
  • Bruno
  • Camila
  • Camilo
  • Carla
  • Carmelo
  • Carolina
  • Caroline
  • Casandra
  • Catalina
  • Celia
  • Christian
  • Christopher
  • Clara
  • Claudia
  • Constanza
  • Cora
  • Corina
  • Cristóbal
  • Damian
  • Daniela
  • Dante
  • Delfina
  • Dylan
  • Elena
  • Elías
  • Elizabeth
  • Emilia
  • Emiliano
  • Emilio
  • Emily
  • Emma
  • Emmanuel
  • Esteban
  • Estela
  • Fabiana
  • Facundo
  • Fátima
  • Florencia
  • Franco
  • Gabriel
  • Gael
  • Hugo
  • Ian
  • Ignacio
  • Iker
  • Irene
  • Isabel
  • Isabella
  • Isidora
  • Ivanna
  • Jazmín
  • Jerónimo
  • Jimena
  • Josefa
  • Joshua
  • Josué
  • Julia
  • Julián
  • Juliana
  • Julieta
  • Kevin
  • Laura
  • Lautaro
  • Leonardo
  • Lola
  • Luana
  • Lucas
  • Lucia
  • Luciana
  • Luciano
  • Luis
  • Magdalena
  • Maite
  • Malena
  • Manuela
  • Maria José
  • María Paula
  • Mariana
  • Mariangel
  • Mario
  • Martín
  • Martina
  • Mateo
  • Matthew
  • Maximiliano
  • Máximo
  • Mía
  • Micaela
  • Michelle
  • Miranda
  • Montserrat
  • Natalia
  • Nicolás
  • Nicole
  • Olivia
  • Pablo
  • Paula
  • Paulina
  • Rafaela
  • Rebeca
  • Regina
  • Renata
  • Rodrigo
  • Romina
  • Salome
  • Samantha
  • Samuel
  • Santino
  • Sara
  • Sebastián
  • Sergio
  • Silvana
  • Simón
  • Sofia
  • Sophie
  • Thiago
  • Valentín
  • Valentina
  • Valentino
  • Valeria
  • Valery
  • Vicente
  • Victoria
  • Violeta
  • Zoe

Mexican Male Puppy Names

Let’s start with one of the most iconic dog names ideas from Mexico, Acapulco. Inspired by the famous beach resort town, one of the most famous in the world. It receives millions of visitors every year, thanks to its gorgeous bitches and tons of cool activities to do.

Now it is time to explore the realm of the most popular names for men in Mexico to find our next suggestion, Alejandro. Naming a Chihuahua Alejandro would be a lot of fun! It is a very popular name in this country and it’s the name of world-class artists like Alejandro Fernandez, Alejandro Sanz, and Alejandro González Iñárritu.

If you are a lover of Mexican food, then you will love our next suggestion, Burrito. A very fun name screams Mexico whenever and wherever you hear it. It’d be a good name for any small breed dog, because the termination –ito (Burrito) is a diminutive in Spanish, and therefore, it makes a lot of sense. Once again, a Chihuahua would be the perfect candidate, and hence it is one of the best Chihuahua dog names, but we can say the same about a Pomeranian, Maltese or Shih Tzu.

Now we have a mix here because it is another delicious Mexican food, but also carries an extra meaning: Churro. It’s a delicious fried dough pastry, but at the same time, it means handsome. It’s the perfect name for a male puppy. It’d be a godsend name for a Dachshund, for instance, because a “churro” is large, resembling the body shape of your pet.

Finally, if you think your little puppy has got the soul of a revolutionary, then you will love our next suggestion, Hidalgo. Inspired by Miguel Hidalgo, the Mexican priest who led the Mexican War of Independence of 1810.

Mexican Female Puppy Names

Isla is our first suggestion, which is Spanish for island. A beautiful, feminine and short name, and therefore, one of the best names for a Mexican dog. You can get inspired by the beautiful Mexican islands like Cozumel, Isla Holbox, and Espiritu Santo.

If you have a yellow female puppy, then here we have an amazing suggestion, Izamal. It’s a small Mexican city where you will see that every single building is yellow. It’s picturesque and iconic of Mexico, and therefore, it makes a great name.

You can also name your puppy Jicama, which is the Mexican yam bean. It’s white, and therefore, if your dog has white fur, then it makes a lot of sense to name it that way.

The Very Best from Mexico for Your Puppy

From just a few suggestions, you can see that our list has a lot of potential to help you find the ideal name for your do. Straight from Mexico, with amor. We have used multiple sources because the purpose of this list is to make it as complete and diversified as possible.

We have many other suggestions based on different sources, for example, cities: Monterrey, Leon, Merida, and Morelia. As you explore our list, you will find more of these, in case you would like your puppy to represent an authentic Mexican city.

If you are a die-hard fan of Mexican food, then we have many other examples: Panucho, Sangrita, Margarita, Guacamole, Empanada, and Enchilada. And these are only a few because you will find even more.

Extra Help to Pick the Ideal Name

Now that you know what the best Mexican dog names are, you only need to define things that make your dog special, so you can target such traits with the name you choose because it will make your puppy stand out from the rest.

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