This is just a partial list of British Monarchs throughout time
George - George I, II, III, IV, V, VI
Victoria - Queen of the United Kingdom and Ireland from 1837 until 1876.
Edward - several British Kings with that name
William - including William the Conqueror
Henry - numerous Kings and Princes with that name
Alfred the Great (871-99)
Elizabeth (Liz or Beth for short)
Anne - queen of England, Scotland and Ireland 1702 until 1707
Windsor - as in the House of Windsor
Stuart - (or Stewart) as in the House of Stuart
British Dog Names Inspired by Geography
Another creative way to find British dog names is to draw inspiration from cities, regions and landmarks.
Chaucer – the author of the famous Cantebury Tales is also considered the Father of English literature,
Arthur – King Arthur was a legendary English leader who, according to medieval histories led the defense of Britain against Saxon invaders.
Camelot – a legendary castle and court associated with King Arthur.
Excalibur – a legendary sword of King Arthur.
Lancelot – one of the Knights of the Round Table in the Arthurian legend.
Guinevere – the wife of King Arthur of the legend.
Shakespeare – the renowned writer and poet who is considered the greatest writer in the English language.
Orwell – famous English novelist George Orwell penned 1984 and other works.
Hamlet – the main character of the namesake play by William Shakespeare.
Puck – a clever, mischievous sprite in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Henry – as in Henry V, another Shakespearean play.
Romeo - Juliet - a great duo for a boy and girl dog team.
Sherlock – like the famous fictionalized detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Holmes – you could also use the detective’s last name.
Watson – as in John Watson, Sherlock’s sidekick.
Jane – for Jane Austen, the famed English novelist or use Austen, it makes for a very British Dog name.
Emma – along the same lines, Emma is a character in the novel by Jane Austen.
Charles – as in Charles Dickens, the renowned writer from the Victorian era. Try Dickens too, a clever dog name.
Pip – the protagonist in Dickens’ novel Great Expectations.
Virginia – as Virginia Woolf, the English writer from the twentieth century.
Harry – Harry Potter, need I say more or
Potter – Both are great dog names.
Hermione Granger – the heroine of Harry Potter, either the first or the last name make great names for a dog
Weasley – as in Ron Weasley, from the Harry Potter series.