We think most Chi’s would love a mean dog name like Bugsy after Bugsy Siegal notorious gangster who seemed nice but had a definite nasty streak. So as you scroll down our names for mean dogs below, you’ll find not only mean terms that are used when describing something ornery, but also mean dog name ideas after people throughout history that had a nasty side to them.
The facts and details about Russian last names discussed in the article make use aware of their origin and different forms.
In most cases, the father's name was modified into a surname.
For example, if the father's name was Peter, the surname assigned to his family would be 'Petrov'.
In the table, the German name is listed on the left, with its origin (and explanation if needed) on the right.
The acronyms OHG and MHG stand for Old High German and Middle High German, respectively.
Some are raised to be guard dogs whose owner wants to make them more intimidating by giving them a mean name that will have others thinking twice before proceeding further.
Or maybe the owner just can’t seem to find a title that best suit’s the pooch with a dark side.This fact can be understood in a better manner if we consider these popular Russian surnames: In Russia, a person's name is generally formed of three components: the 'given name', a 'patronymic' and 'last name'. That component of a name derived from the father's name is known as patronymic.The patronymic may have its origin in the name of one's grandfather or even the earlier ancestors.The process of evolution of last names in Russia is not different from that in other parts of the world.The Russian practice of naming a person on the basis of father's or husband's name too is found in different parts of the world.Most German surnames derive either from archaic professions (such as Schmidt, Müller, Weber, or Schäfer) or places.