Most Popular Dog Names in the U.S.

With some hints, try to guess the 40 most popular dog names in the U.S. in 2019.
According to the Rover, the dog-walking startup
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Last updated: November 15, 2020
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Male Dogs
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Hint
Name
1
Short for "the greatest amount"
Max
2
Actor who starred as the Tramp
Charlie
3
Person who makes barrels
Cooper
4
A good friend
Buddy
5
A boxer from the movies
Rocky
6
Main character from
"The Phantom Tollbooth"
Milo
7
Hit the road ...
Jack
8
Ursine creature
Bear
9
Outranks an earl
Duke
10
Short for Theodore
Teddy
11
Please sir, I want some more
Oliver
12
British luxury car brand
Bentley
13
I'm all _____ed out
Tucker
14
French spelling of Bo?
Beau
15
Lion-shaped constellation
Leo
16
Short for Tobias
Toby
17
Sounds like "Jacks" but with an X
Jax
18
King of the gods
Zeus
19
Notable British P.M.
Winston
20
The B in RGB
Blue
Female Dogs
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Hint
Name
1
Main character in "Twilight"
Bella
2
Latin word for the moon
Luna
3
Linus's sister
Lucy
4
Flower starting with D
Daisy
5
Flower starting with L
Lily
6
Z name sometimes ending in ë
Zoe
7
Song by "The Kinks" about
a cross-dresser
Lola
8
Good golly!
Molly
9
"Sexy" Beatles song subject
Sadie
10
Space surrounded by a castle wall
Bailey
11
Name shouted in
"A Streetcar Named Desire"
Stella
12
Actress Gyllenhaal
Maggie
13
Short for Roxanne
Roxy
14
Movie character who had to make
a terrible choice
Sophie
15
C name sometimes ending in ë
Chloe
16
Copper coin
Penny
17
Pixar movie set in "Mexico"
Coco
18
Simba's girlfriend
Nala
19
Notable WWII riveter
Rosie
20
A precious gemstone
Ruby
+5
Level 72
Nov 15, 2020
These hints are hilarious. I love the easy ones. for the PM one I kept writing Thatcher, Boris, Churchill, May, Blair...never got to Winston
+1
Level 77
Nov 15, 2020
Why not Disraeli?
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Level ∞
Nov 15, 2020
LORD PALMERSTON!
+3
Level 83
Nov 15, 2020
PITT THE ELDER!
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Level 45
Nov 18, 2020
PITT THE GLINT IN THE MILKMAN'S EYE, C'mere boy!
+2
Level 32
Nov 15, 2020
CONGRATS ON THE FEATURE
+6
Level 80
Nov 15, 2020
Oh, *that* tramp. Not the "Lady and . . ." one with dogs.
+1
Level 56
Nov 17, 2020
Yeah, same here. The theme of dogs was a big red herring.
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Level 83
Nov 15, 2020
I thought most dogs were named Fido.
+5
Level 69
Nov 15, 2020
No. Most dogs are named Spot. The list is obviously defective.
+2
Level 71
Nov 15, 2020
No...most dog's name is HEY !!!!!!
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Level 81
Nov 16, 2020
Or unprintable in this fine family publication.
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Level 81
Nov 16, 2020
The Jax clue is sad, but I don't know what would have been better.
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Level 79
Nov 16, 2020
Perhaps an alternative such as "ancient children's game, also known as knucklebones?"
+3
Level 67
Nov 17, 2020
No that clue is great
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Level 67
Nov 17, 2020
Where are Rex, Rover, Tinker and Marley?
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Level 37
Nov 17, 2020
Tried my own dog - no luck. Tried my friends' dogs - wait none of my friends own dogs. Tried my cousin's dog - I got one.
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Level 79
Nov 17, 2020
Same here. No Max, King, Queenie, Princess, Beauty, Scruffy, Sarge, Chief, Betsey, Boris, Roscoe, Tiny (a BIG dog), Hobo, Cookie, or Chaz. Didn't try my childhood dog which was called Puppy the entire sixteen years of his life. Don't ask me why - he was already called that before I was born but he might have preferred it to my older brothers' other dog which was called Ha-Ha. It wasn't just the dogs in our family that got weird names - you oughta hear my middle name which is a family name that was passed on to me. (And no, don't ask.)
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Level 68
Nov 17, 2020
Max is the very first answer, though.
+1
Level 53
Nov 17, 2020
What about Stains? Imaging telling a dog with that name to come to you.
+1
Level 70
Nov 17, 2020
I know Roosevelt was called Teddy, but Ted is usually short for Edward.
+2
Level 45
Nov 17, 2020
Man people are dumb. Nala and Leo are cats. By the way, dogs suck.
+5
Level 64
Nov 18, 2020
I feel sorry for you for a number of reasons.
+1
Level 44
Nov 17, 2020
Really surprised Rex and Shadow aren't on the list.
+1
Level 55
Nov 18, 2020
2 of my sisters' names are on this list...
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Level 55
Nov 18, 2020
And for RGB I couldn't get the recently departed Supreme Court Justice out of my head grr Didn't know RGB was a thing.
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Level 45
Nov 18, 2020
Had no idea "bailey" had anything to do with castle walls. Also, what movie did Sophie have to make a horrible choice in? I don't get the reference.
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Level 61
Nov 18, 2020
The movie called "Sophie's choice"
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Level 58
Nov 19, 2020
What the heck is "all tuckered out?" You really could'nt come up with a better clue for tucker? Not only have I never heard of that expression (which is fine - thats the point of trivia) but I feel like a number of words could have easily worked there as well.