Name my beardie

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  1. Pizzalover

    Pizzalover Not so new Member

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    Guys im holding a comp to see who can come up with the best name "in my opinion " for a new male beardie, the prize will be you get to be the one who creates the name :p bit lazy I am
     
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    Chicken!
     
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    We'll need a photo! And what names have your other beardies got?
     
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    Beefer?
     
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    Atlantis
     
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    Well its a bearded dragon so I would go with bumfluff or goatee or stubble.
     
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    Be original and call it "puff" the magic dragon lol *yawn*
     
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    jasper, zues, buster or rex.
     
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    Titan!!!
     
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    Vark, it means pig in Afrikaans or Domuz, which means the same in Turkish.

    YayPythons
     
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    Mr Jingles!
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    Spike, captain Redbeard or Blackbeard, Bruce if its a redhead with freckles.... And I've got nothin else....
     
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    Knuckles, or Spunty, from the Italian Spuntone, meaning spike.
     
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    Barbatum, bearded in Latin.
     
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    Call him
    “Hammer”
     
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    Just don't call him late for dinner........
     
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    ok here he is, he doesn't arrive until next week :) Baby 1.jpg
     
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    He is georgous. I would call him Adonis. Comes from A figure in Greek mythology. Used as a noun it means an extremely handsome young man.
     
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