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172heavy wrote:No matter what you name it sooner or latter the name will be Shit Head!


Isn't that the truth?

My dog Allie is referred to as Al-Hole regularly.
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Jenny. Awesome name!
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Jenny has a nice ring to it! :lol:

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Jenny is "Code" for a female Donkey #-o
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Re: Help us name our new dog!

So, it's been a long wait, but were expecting our new german shorthair puppy to be born this week! We still haven't narrowed down the names so I'm hoping some of you guys have some new ideas. Mother nature allowing, we will be getting a femal and we're trying hard to stick with an aviation related name. Help us out!
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Gremlin (yes, they really do exist, and after seeing the havoc they wreak I'm convinced they're female!)

Laminar Flo (if she's a smoooooth coat dog :) )

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Jeredp wrote:So, it's been a long wait, but were expecting our new german shorthair puppy to be born this week! We still haven't narrowed down the names so I'm hoping some of you guys have some new ideas. Mother nature allowing, we will be getting a femal and we're trying hard to stick with an aviation related name. Help us out!


Aileron - Allie for short
Amelia - another favorite for me, nice sounding
Allison
Antonov - Anty for short
Avro
Apache
Aerocet
Alpha - as in, Alpha Jet

Bellanca - Bell or Bella for short
Beaver - kind of edgy for a female...?
Beaufighter - Beau for short
Bonanza - Bo for short
Breezy
Baby - thinking "Baby Bipe", popular biplane flying model kit
Baker - for male, Martin Baker Aircraft co.
Blade
Beech.... ok, maybe not... LOL
Baron - for male

Cirrus
Cessna
Convair
Cherokee
Champ
Connie - as in, Lockheed Constellation
Caravelle
Clipper - as in, Boeing 314 Clipper, one of my favorites

Drifter
DeHavilland
DeLorme
Direct
Deviate
DeeArr - (DR) Dead Reckoning
DeeAy - (DA) Density Altitude
Dakota - I will always associate this with the C-47, one of my favorite airplanes
Duchess
Delta - what can I say? I'm partial to this one... hehehe

Electra
Emil - for male (Messerschmitt Bf109E)

Fairey - British aircraft co.
Fox - was made by Fairey, or shortened from Kitfox

Goose
Geronimo - for male, upgraded Apache
Gannet - was made by Fairey
Gustav - for male (Messerschmitt Bf109G)
Grumman - for male
Garret
Gyro - gyroscope, gyrocopter

Hound - Mi4 helicopter
Hind - Mi24 helicopter
Hiller - helicopter manufacturer

India - phonetic alphabet
Icarus - for male

Jenny
Jet

Kate
Kitfox - Kit for short
Kiowa

Loran
Lavochkin - pronounced luhVOSHkin
Lisa Marie - name of Elvis's Convair 880
Luscombe

Mriya - Sounds similar to Maria, is the Ukranian word for "Dream" which is the official name for the AN-225 (still largest jet in world)
Mooney
Maule
Marchetti
Martin - for male, Martin Baker Aircraft co. or Martin Jetpack co. or Martin aircraft co. or Lockheed Martin
Mars - made by Martin

Nellis - AFB

Otter

Piper

Queen - as in Beech Queen Air

Raven - Hiller helicopter
Rotor
Rotax

Spinner
Siddeley - as in Hawker Siddeley
Silvaire

Tiger - as in Tiger Moth, Grumman Tiger

Umbra - as in Aeronautica Umbra, Italian aircraft manufacturer
Ute - U-21/King Air 90

Venti - the preferred size of coffee for most aviators... (k, it's late, getting a little punchy here...)
Venturi
Ventura - made by Lockheed

Wick - as in static wick

Yankee - for male

Zulu

Sorry, this was the best I could do! Time for bed! :D
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Re: Help us name our new dog!

this may seem silly, and may have already been suggested, but what about keeping it simple with plain old "air" or even "sky"
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You can't name a dog before it's born. You have to get it in your hands and look it in the eye. :)
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Robin, as in Curtiss-Wright Robin
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CapnMike wrote:
Jeredp wrote:So, it's been a long wait, but were expecting our new german shorthair puppy to be born this week! We still haven't narrowed down the names so I'm hoping some of you guys have some new ideas. Mother nature allowing, we will be getting a femal and we're trying hard to stick with an aviation related name. Help us out!


Aileron - Allie for short
Amelia - another favorite for me, nice sounding
Allison
Antonov - Anty for short
Avro
Apache
Aerocet
Alpha - as in, Alpha Jet

Bellanca - Bell or Bella for short
Beaver - kind of edgy for a female...?
Beaufighter - Beau for short
Bonanza - Bo for short
Breezy
Baby - thinking "Baby Bipe", popular biplane flying model kit
Baker - for male, Martin Baker Aircraft co.
Blade
Beech.... ok, maybe not... LOL
Baron - for male

Cirrus
Cessna
Convair
Cherokee
Champ
Connie - as in, Lockheed Constellation
Caravelle
Clipper - as in, Boeing 314 Clipper, one of my favorites

Drifter
DeHavilland
DeLorme
Direct
Deviate
DeeArr - (DR) Dead Reckoning
DeeAy - (DA) Density Altitude
Dakota - I will always associate this with the C-47, one of my favorite airplanes
Duchess
Delta - what can I say? I'm partial to this one... hehehe

Electra
Emil - for male (Messerschmitt Bf109E)

Fairey - British aircraft co.
Fox - was made by Fairey, or shortened from Kitfox

Goose
Geronimo - for male, upgraded Apache
Gannet - was made by Fairey
Gustav - for male (Messerschmitt Bf109G)
Grumman - for male
Garret
Gyro - gyroscope, gyrocopter

Hound - Mi4 helicopter
Hind - Mi24 helicopter
Hiller - helicopter manufacturer

India - phonetic alphabet
Icarus - for male

Jenny
Jet

Kate
Kitfox - Kit for short
Kiowa

Loran
Lavochkin - pronounced luhVOSHkin
Lisa Marie - name of Elvis's Convair 880
Luscombe

Mriya - Sounds similar to Maria, is the Ukranian word for "Dream" which is the official name for the AN-225 (still largest jet in world)
Mooney
Maule
Marchetti
Martin - for male, Martin Baker Aircraft co. or Martin Jetpack co. or Martin aircraft co. or Lockheed Martin
Mars - made by Martin

Nellis - AFB

Otter

Piper

Queen - as in Beech Queen Air

Raven - Hiller helicopter
Rotor
Rotax

Spinner
Siddeley - as in Hawker Siddeley
Silvaire

Tiger - as in Tiger Moth, Grumman Tiger

Umbra - as in Aeronautica Umbra, Italian aircraft manufacturer
Ute - U-21/King Air 90

Venti - the preferred size of coffee for most aviators... (k, it's late, getting a little punchy here...)
Venturi
Ventura - made by Lockheed

Wick - as in static wick

Yankee - for male

Zulu

Sorry, this was the best I could do! Time for bed! :D


Mike this had to be the most comprehensive aviation related list of dog names ever compiled! You need to get back in the air my friend!!! Haha go put some hours on the Bush Hawk!!!
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Thanks everyone! Were still having family discussion about this matter
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I dont even know why your bothering trying to get names off this forum......if you have a wife a kids.......its not like your going to get a say in the matter anyway!
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DrifterDriver wrote:I dont even know why your bothering trying to get names off this forum......if you have a wife a kids.......its not like your going to get a say in the matter anyway!


Ding! Ding! Ding! Winner!! I LOL'd about this... ain't it the truth!! :P

A few years back, one of our neighbors had a Houdini chicken that kept getting out of the coop and coming over to our place to hang out with the horses (strange bird). It was pretty young when it started, just a few months before I went to training on a new airplane. My wife and daughter named it "Beth". The neighbor said it was fine if it wanted to hang out with us - just keep it. :roll:

I get back from training after being gone a month and took one look at "Beth" while we were all cleaning stalls and told my girls, "That's no hen! Beth is a BEN!!"

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They called him Beth until the day he died! Hehehe - I always imagined him introducing himself to other birds in this deep bass chicken voice, "Hi, I'm Beth!"

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My wife had a peach face parrot named patrick and a budgie called noel, both of which turned out to be girls, but they both kept there names. Noel used to attack our cats and patrick used to ride the doves around the aviry like her own private bus service. We also had 2 hens called ken and charlie...... but they where named that knowing they where hens
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As a kid I had a female char-pei named Hank.

The guy we got her from named her that because "she looked like a hank of hair."
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The name should be German, they respond better that way (mine is called Greta :D ), anyway the name should also be related to flying and the natural hunting instincts of the dog; therefore I will suggest: "Galland", German ace, and good guy overall, so it would represent the spirit of the hunt yet retain his heritage. It is all there, aviation, noble German name, and spirit of the hunt!

Female shorthair name, no brainier as it has to represent aviation and German heritage, I propose: "Earhart", German descent, and great aviatrix!

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Earhart....

Naw, then the dog would get lost all the time.

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