The 135 Most Popular Mastiff Names of 2020


Evidence found everywhere from ancient Egypt to Rome and China shows that mastiffs have been around for thousands of years. The more modern day Mastiff hails from England where the breed almost went extinct after World War II, before it was built back up with the help of breeders in the United States. Once used as entertainment in dog fights for aristocrats or as extra muscle on the battlefield, Mastiffs today are still courageous and strong—they’ve just got a bit of a softer side.

According to the American Kennel Club (AKC), Mastiffs make wonderful companions because of their patient and affectionate nature. And their loyalty knows no bounds, which is why they’re very protective of those they love, making it essential to train and socialize them from a young age. We’ve rounded up the most popular Mastiff names of the year from our enormous database of dog names nationwide. Yes, these are real names given by Mastiff owners, ranked in order of popularity. Did your dog’s name make the list?

Looking for a dog name for your new puppy or adopted family member? Have fun, use your imagination, and be sure to check out other ideas from our wide selection of dog name lists.

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  1. Bella
  2. Max
  3. Moose
  4. Zeus
  5. Tank
  6. Duke
  7. Luna
  8. Beau
  9. Stella
  10. Bear
  11. Nala
  12. Hank
  13. Thor
  14. Brutus
  15. Rocky
  16. Bailey
  17. Jax
  18. Daisy
  19. Lola
  20. Lucy
  21. Maggie
  22. Sadie
  23. Leo
  24. Diesel
  25. Blu
  26. Gus
  27. Roxy
  28. Odin
  29. Zoe
  30. Xena
  31. Lily
  32. Charlie
  33. Winston
  34. Mia
  35. Harley
  36. Molly
  37. Roscoe
  38. Apollo
  39. Hercules
  40. Ruger
  41. Otis
  42. Cooper
  43. Buddy
  44. Cash
  45. Bentley
  46. Goliath
  47. Bruno
  48. Dozer
  49. Ellie
  50. Willow
  51. Honey
  52. Fiona
  53. Coco
  54. Rufus
  55. Sarge
  56. Mason
  57. Samson
  58. Toby
  59. Loki
  60. Jack
  61. Rocco
  62. Henry
  63. Tyson
  64. Titan
  65. Enzo
  66. Arlo
  67. Maverick
  68. Abby
  69. Lady
  70. Lexi
  71. Callie
  72. Izzy
  73. Charlie
  74. Athena
  75. Tucker
  76. Oso
  77. Bane
  78. Simba
  79. Milo
  80. Axel
  81. Bruce
  82. Bailey
  83. Kane
  84. Mack
  85. Niko
  86. Baxter
  87. Vito
  88. Brody
  89. Ginger
  90. Hazel
  91. Gracie
  92. Harper
  93. Lulu
  94. Marley
  95. Penelope
  96. Sassy
  97. Denali
  98. Layla
  99. Rose
  100. Jasmine
  101. Atlas
  102. Titus
  103. Chewy
  104. Bandit
  105. Monty
  106. George
  107. Tonka
  108. Casanova
  109. Gunnar
  110. Harley
  111. Theo
  112. Waylon
  113. Dexter
  114. Bubba
  115. Koda
  116. Hooch
  117. Rambo
  118. Boomer
  119. Riley
  120. Gemma
  121. Kaya
  122. Kimber
  123. Olive
  124. Chloe
  125. Ruby
  126. Ripley
  127. Penny
  128. Myla
  129. June
  130. Josie
  131. Dakota
  132. Moxie
  133. Millie
  134. River
  135. Koda

Top 10 Female Mastiff Names

Names with an asterisk (*) are not in the top 10 for all dogs nationwide

  1. Bella
  2. Luna
  3. Stella
  4. Nala*
  5. Bailey
  6. Daisy
  7. Lola
  8. Lucy
  9. Maggie
  10. Sadie

Top 10 Male Mastiff Names

Names with an asterisk (*) are not in the top 10 for all dogs nationwide

  1. Max
  2. Moose*
  3. Zeus*
  4. Tank*
  5. Duke
  6. Beau*
  7. Bear
  8. Hank*
  9. Thor*
  10. Brutus*

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It should come as no surprise that the monumental size of this breeds has had an impact on the names that are chosen for them by their families. As you can see, there are a plethora of names that touch upon their strength and stature, including Moose, Tank, Goliath, Rambo, and Bear.

We also see a big influx of mythology-inspired names, probably because of this breed’s majestic traits and dignified appearance. The most popular ones include Apollo, Zeus, Hercules, and Athena.

Mastiff Name Advice

If you’re having trouble deciding, keep in mind that great Mastiff names can come from many different sources of inspiration, such as your favorite singer, movies, athletes, your favorite cuisine, or even dog breed history. For example, your puppy might sport a famous singer’s name like Elton or a cuisine-themed moniker like Samosa.

Another consideration when choosing your Mastiff name? Dog training. This is of particular importance for puppies. When you’re teaching your new dog to respond to commands like sit, stay, or come, you’ll want to be sure their name isn’t a source of confusion. In other words, avoid puppy names that sound like a common dog training cue, such as “Bit,” which could easily be misheard as “sit.”

Of course, what matters most is that the dog name you choose rolls off your tongue. The best Mastiff names will make you happy. We’re fans of the “backdoor test” for dog name selection. It’s pretty much what it sounds like: stand at the back door and call out your new dog‘s potential name. Saying “Willow, it’s time for dinner!” or “Simba, leave it!” helps take the name out of your imagination and into reality.

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All Dog Names, All the Time

As dog lovers through and through here at Rover, we find dog names absolutely fascinating, and we love searching our data on the topic to discover hot trends, quirky choices, and unique twists on classics. Over the years, we’ve compiled plenty of names for you to peruse—and we keep our lists updated with new data each year.

To start, check out our list of the most popular names of 2020, and then jump over to unique dog names to see the contrast. But that’s only the beginning. We’ve got articles covering top Australian choices, alcohol-inspired names, creative dog names, and popular names for Harry Potter fanssmall dogsbrown dogs, Dachshund, Labrador Retrievers, and many more.

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