Looking for the perfect name for your pet frog? Does it “bug” you that you can’t find it? Well, look no further. Here is a list of frog names guaranteed to make you “toadally” happy:
Original Frog Names
Here are some frog names that you will hopefully find “ribbiting”:
Here are some names for frogs who “frogit” that they are not human:
Anthony Hopkins – After the actor Sir Philip Anthony Hopkins of The Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal fame. Perfect for frogs who like to eat their dinner with “a nice Chianti.”
Dennis Hopper – After the actor who played in Speed, Super Mario Bros., and Rebel Without a Cause.
Edward Hopper – After the American painter and printmaker who was known for his oil paintings (but he also did watercolors and print etching).
Englebert Hopperdinck – A play on the name of English pop singer Englebert Humperdinck (whose real name was Arnold Dorsey) who sang “Release Me,” “After the Lovin,” “The Last Waltz,” and “This Moment in Time.”
Hopper Jack – After the actor Hopper Jack Penn who was named after Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson. He played in War Machine, Between Worlds, and Puppy Love.
James Croak – After the artist who was known for his dirt sculptures (yes, dirt sculptures). For frogs who love to get down and dirty.
Jim Henson – After the famous puppeteer who (along with his wife Jane Henson) created The Muppets who appeared on Sesame Street and The Muppet Show.
MC Hopper – A play on the name of artist MC Hammer (whose real name is Stanley Burrell) who is well-known for his song “U Can’t Touch This” and Hammer pants. He is the first hip hop artist to have an album reach diamond status. Perfect for frogs who are “2 Legit 2 Quit.”
Prince – After the singer Prince (whose full name was Prince Rogers Nelson) who was well-known for his songs “Purple Rain,” “When Doves Cry,” “Raspberry Beret,” and “Little Red Corvette.” You could also name your frog TAFKAP (The Artist Formally Known as Prince) or Love Symbol.
Sir Croaks-a-Lot – A play on the name of rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot (whose real name is Anthony Ray) who is well-known for his song “Baby Got Back.”
Snoop “Froggy” Frogg – A play on the name of rapper Snoop Dogg (whose real name is Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr.) who is well-known for “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” “Young, Wild & Free,” “What’s My Name?” and “Gin and Juice.” He has had 17 Grammy nominations.
For humorous frogs that like to be a little tongue-in-cheek (when they are not grabbing flies with it of course).
Anne Phibian – A play on the word amphibian.
Dapylil – Lily pad spelled backward.
Gorf – Frog spelled backward.
Hip Hop – After the music genre that frogs love to dance (aka hop) around to.
Ketchup – A cute name for a tomato frog (genus Dyscophinae) which is characterized by its bright red body and ability to puff up its body when in danger.
Lily (Pad) – A play on the word lily pad. Perfect for frogs who like to chill at home in their “pads”.
Lollihops – A play on the word lollipop. For sweet frogs that like to lick things.
Pip – An abbreviated form of the family Pipidae (a family of aquatic frogs that are tongueless).
Polly (Wog) – A play on the word polliwog (which is another word for tadpole).
Quantum (Leap) – After the 1989 Sci-fi TV Show Quantum Leap that starred Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell. Perfect for frogs who think they can leap around in time.
Tad (Pole) – A play on the word tadpole (which is the larval stage of an amphibian). A good choice for frogs who are a tad bit scared of large poles falling on them.
Here are some classic frog names for frogs who don’t like to “leap” too far outside the norm.
Bubbles – For frogs who love to play in bathtubs and take bubble baths.
Climber – For frogs who like to climb everywhere.
Croakster or Croaky – For noisy frogs who croak a lot.
Flippy – For frogs who flip out over food (aka flies).
Freckles – For frogs who have a lot of freckles or spots.
Froggy – For classic frogs who have self-awareness issues.
Greeny – For green frogs.
Hopalong – For frogs who think they are rabbits.
Hoppy – For frogs that hop a lot.
Hops – For frogs who really like beer (but don’t actually feed or put your frog in beer).
Hopscotch – For frogs that love to play games.
Leapy – For frogs that leap around a lot.
Mr. Big – For small frogs that are big in attitude (and who like to be addressed respectfully).
Ribbity – For frogs that love to ribbit.
Skinny – For skinny frogs. You could also go with Slim.
Smoochy – For frogs who think they are princes and love to be kissed (or who love giving kisses).
Speckles or Speckly – For speckled frogs.
Spike – For frogs who have horns, spikes, or bumps. Or for frogs who secretly love Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Sprite – For green frogs who like to drink Sprite or frogs who think that they are water sprites.
Swampy – For frogs who love swamps. You could also go with Swamp Thing.
Teeny or Tiny – For tiny frogs with big hearts.
Webby – For frogs with webbed feet.
Character Frog Names
Here is a list of names based on frog characters that range from animated to comics to literature to video games:
For frogs who are very “animated” and hop around a lot.
Aogaeru – An animated frog from the Studio Ghibli film Spirited Away who wears a blue kimono. His name means “blue frog” in Japanese.
Attea – The green humanoid frog-like alien from the TV show Ben 10: Omniverse who was the leader of the Incurseans. You could also name a companion frog Bullfrag after one of the alien forms that the main character Ben can transform into (whom Attea has a crush on).
(Baron Silas) Greenback – A frog from the British TV show Danger Mouse which was an animated parody of British spy films such as James Bond and Danger Man. He was a recurring villain and was often referred to as the Terrible Toad.
Besobeso – An animated show-within-a-show frog character in the anime Shirobako who was voiced by Juri Kimura (who also voiced the characters Aoi Miyamori, Mimuji, and Roro in the anime).
Bev (Bighead) – The animated frog from the Nickelodeon TV show Rocko’s Modern Life who is the neighbor of Rocko. You could also name a companion frog Ed (Bighead) after her husband.
Clyde (Frog) – A stuffed toy whose full name is Artemis Clyde Frog, but he is often referred to as Clyde Frog. He is owned by Eric Cartman on the TV show South Park.
Demetan – The green frog from the anime Kerokko Demetan who lives in Rainbow Pond. A companion female frog could be named Ranatan after his love interest in the show.
Dig’ Em (Frog) – The animated frog mascot for Kellogg’s cereal Honey Smacks.
Flip – An animated frog who appeared in a variety of cartoons in the 1930s. One of his more popular appearances was the film Fiddlesticks. A clip from this show appears briefly in the Eminem music video for his song “The Real Slim Shady.”
Gabi – The pink frog in the animated film Rio 2 who mistakenly believes she is poisonous. She is in love with the cockatoo Nigel who is the villain of the film. She is voiced by Kristin Chenoweth.
Gamabunta – The brown frog who is the chief toad of Mount Myoboku in the Naruto anime and manga. Companion frogs could be named after his sons: Gamakichi (the older son) and Gamatatsu (the younger son).
Genghis Frog – One of the characters in the hit TV show Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles who is part of the Punk Frogs group. A companion frog could be named Napolean Bonafrog after his brother.
Grundel – The main villain in the animated film Thumbelina who was voiced by Joe Lynch. The movie was his final film before he passed away.
Howie or Nicky or Kai – After the trio of frogs in the film Sing who are fans of Van Halen and were the first act to be selected for the singing competition.
Hypnotoad – After the character from the TV show Futurama who can hypnotize people with his eyes. He had his own show-within-a-show (Everybody Loves Hypnotoad and Hypnotoad On Ice) and cameoed in The Simpsons. For frogs who believe “all glory to the hypnotoad.”
Jean-Bob – The frog from animated TV show The Swan Princess who mistakenly thought he was a prince. He was voiced by John Cleese. For frogs who just want to be kissed.
King Harold – After the character from the Shrek film franchise who was born a frog but then became a human due to a spell (and then eventually a frog again). He was the former King of Far Far Away.
Michigan J. Frog – The iconic frog with a top hat and cane on The Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies TV shows. He was also the official mascot of The WB Television Network. His first name was inspired by the song “The Michigan Rag,” and the J was inspired by writer Jay Cocks.
Milleous – Another frog-like character from the Ben 10 universe. He is the former emperor of the Incurseans who was deposed by his daughter Attea.
Princess Tiana – The titular character in the Disney film The Princess and the Frog who is turned into a frog after she kisses a frog prince (who was transformed into a frog by a curse). A companion frog would, of course, be called Prince Nazeem.
Principle Pixiefrog – The frog principle of Charles Darwin Middle School in the Cartoon Network TV show My Gym Partner’s a Monkey. His full name is Principle Poncherello Pegone Pixiefrog. Perfect for frogs who have a fear of lawyers and who love scooters.
Toadborg – A purple cyborg villain in the animated TV show Bucky O’Hare and the Toad Wars who was once a Toad Storm Trooper but is now second-in-command under the lead villain Komplex.
Tsuyu Asui – (Also known as Froppy) is a frog-like girl in the anime and manga series My Hero Academia who wants to be a professional hero.
Tubb – A pink frog who is the main character in the British children’s show Rubbadubbers (which aired on Nickelodeon in the US). For frogs who have a love of cotton swabs.
For morally upright frogs who are full of “character”.
Binyah Binyah (Polliwog) – After the yellow frog character from the Nickelodeon TV show Gullah Gullah Island. Even though he is called a pollywog in the show (another word for tadpole), he is a frog (because tadpoles don’t have legs).
Bud or Weis or Er – After the three puppet frogs from the Budweiser beer commercials known as the Budweiser Frogs. The first commercial featuring the frogs was directed by Gore Verbinski who also directed the first three Pirates of the Caribbean films.
Callista Croak – After the frog puppet from the British children’s program Buzz and Tell who loves fitness. The program runs on the channel CBeebies whose first show was the popular Teletubbies.
Captain Green – After the mascot for Singapore’s “Clean and Green” campaign to help promote environmental awareness. Created in 1990, he now has his own book series. Perfect for frogs who are “green for life” and who secretly want to be Captain Planet.
Chocolate – After the chocolate frogs from the Harry Potter books and movies that come with trading cards of famous witches and wizards. Apparently, they are made of 70% Croakoa which is a magical substance that enables them to behave like real frogs.
Constantine – After the puppet who is Kermit the Frog’s doppelganger. He is also known as Number One which is another awesome name. He is the main villain in the Disney film Muppets Most Wanted. Perfect for frogs who think “it’s not easy being mean.”
Croaker – After the blue Muppet who is Kermit’s best friend in the movie Kermit’s Swamp Years. A good name for frogs who are afraid of truck tires.
Crunchy – After the chocolate candy from the Monty Python sketch “Trade Description Act.” A good name for baby frogs who love being bathed in the “finest quality spring water.”
Dat Boi – After the internet meme Dat Boi which is an animation of a green frog riding a unicycle that was incredibly popular on Tumblr and Twitter.
Freddo – After the chocolate bar brand by Cadbury that is in the shape of a frog. It was originally produced by an Australian company named MacRobertson’s but is now produced by Cadbury instead.
Jeremiah – After the iconic bullfrog from the song “Joy to the World” sung by Three Dog Night. For frogs who are not only really “good friend(s)” but also love to drink wine.
Judy (the Frog) – After the life-sized frog puppet from the children’s TV show H.R. Pufnstuf. Her character was based on the legendary actress and singer Judy Garland.
Kermit or Kermie – After the iconic frog puppet of The Muppets and Sesame Street fame who even has his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Perfect for frogs who love rainbows and “bein’ green.”
Keroppi – After the frog character from the Hello Kitty franchise who lives in Donut Pond. Companion frogs could be named after his siblings Koroppi (his brother) and Pikki (his sister).
Phillip Phil – After Kermit’s alter-ego Phillip Phil from the film The Muppets Take Manhattan (which was the first appearance of the Muppet Babies).
Pickles – After the stuffed toy frog distributed by Nakajima Japan who has his own range of products and who loves rainy weather.
Ribert – After the animated character from the children’s TV show Ribert and Robert’s Wonderworld. Perfect for frogs whose owner’s name is Robert and who want to “know everything.”
Robin – After the Muppet who is Kermit’s nephew on the TV show The Muppet Show. He also played Tiny Tim in the film The Muppet Christmas Carol and is part of The Frog Scouts.
For frogs who like to “croak” around and make others laugh.
Amphibius – The humanoid frog character who was mutated by Magneto in the Marvel X-men comics. Originally a human, he can now breathe underwater, leap long distances, and control aquatic creatures.
CyberFrog – The main character in the CyberFrog comic series written and drawn by Ethan Van Sciver. He was mutated by an energy mass and, as a result, now can sense crime scenes. He also has a love of fried chicken.
Darel – A brown frog who is the main character in the Kulipari comic series (which eventually got its own animated TV show). His dream is to join the elite warriors called the Kulipari, but he struggles to overcome the fact that he is not poisonous.
Freddie (Frog) – The main character in the comic strip Freddie Frog which ran in the weekly comic Knock-Out. Supposedly, the character was possibly inspired by the book The Wind in The Willows.
King Solomon – After the space and time travel frog devices in Marvel’s Black Panther comics. They are also known as King Solomon’s Frogs, The Brass Frogs, or The Brass Frogs of King Solomon.
Pepe (the Frog) – Although he originated as a character in Matt Furie’s comic Boy’s Club, he is well known for being a meme with a variety of facial expressions on Tumblr and Myspace.
Sergeant Keroro – The main character in the manga Sgt. Frog (which later became an anime) who is a frog-like alien intent on invading and conquering Earth. Perfect for frogs who love to build Gundam models.
Throg – A frog in the Marvel comic series Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers who originally fought alongside Thor (when he was turned into a frog by Loki and was known as Frog Thor). He used a shard of Thor’s hammer to become Throg the Frog of Thunder and has his own hammer called Frogjolnir.
Toad – A villain (real name Mortimer Toynbee) in Marvel’s X-Men comics who has impressive leaping abilities and an incredibly strong tongue that secretes a mind-controlling pheromone when it touches skin.
For frogs who “leap” at the chance to read books.
Alfredo – The main frog character in Sean Taylor’s It’s a Groovy World, Alfredo! who is trying to learn how to dance.
Brer Bull-Frog – One of the characters in Joel Chandler Harris’ book The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus who talks other animals into falling into a pond.
Bufo – The titular character in Sheree Blanch’s Bufo the Toad who sets off to become a snowboarder. Also, the name of the main character in Bufo: The Story of a Toad by Robert McClung and a minor character in Witchwood by A. R. Lloyd. Bufo is a genus of toads, which may be why is such a popular frog character name.
Bunda – A character (also known as the Frog Oracle) in A. R. Lloyd’s Marshworld which was also published under the name Kine.
Dan’l Webster – After the frog in Mark Twain’s short story The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County (yes, really that’s the name) who was trained to out-jump other frogs but ended up being weighed down with lead shot by the other competitor.
Flipper (the Frog) – The main character in the book (you guessed it) Flipper the Frog by W. J. O’Neil who has big feet and is finding a new home and friend.
Frog – A classic frog name from the children’s series Frog and Toad by Arnold Lobel about two best friends. A companion frog would, of course, be named Mr. Toad.
Frog Prince or FP – Another classic frog name from the fairytale that was popularized by the book The Frog Prince by the Brothers Grimm. For frogs who love to be kissed (although in the original version he was sadly never kissed). You could also go with Prince Charming.
Grandfather (Frog) – The main character in Thornton W. Burgess’ book The Adventures of Grandfather Frog who heads out to see the “great world” and finds himself on a grand adventure.
Jeremy Fisher – After the frog from Beatrix Potter’s book The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher which tells the tale of Mr. Fisher attempting to fish for food because he wants to invite his friends for dinner.
Louie – The titular character in the children’s book Louie the Blue Frog by Mildred Smith who is ostracized because he is blue.
Tazie – After the main character from Tazie the Magical Toad by Pank Plattner who magically grants three wishes for Oliver (a human boy) in the book.
Tommy – One of the characters in Colin Dann’s Animals of Farthing Wood book series (which was later turned into an animated TV show) who primarily acts as a guide in the first book.
Trevor – After Neville Longbottom’s pet toad in the Harry Potter books and films whom he often lost. Perfect for frogs who are constantly trying to escape their lot in life.
For nerdy frogs who get “hopping” mad when they don’t get to play video games.
Baron Dante – A green frog who is the main villain in the Croc: Legend of the Gobbos video game (and subsequent games). The character was named after film director Joe Dante who directed Gremlins.
Battletoad(s) – In honor of the video game Battletoads which was created as a competitor for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games. The game featured three main toad characters: Rash, Pimple, and Zitz.
C.J. Frog – After the main character in the JumpStart game series (which were marketed as educational games for children). The franchise eventually branched out from gaming to videos, apps, workbooks, etc.
Cyclos – A character from the hit video game The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker who is a wind deity that rides on a cloud. A companion frog could be called Zephos after his brother who is also a wind deity.
Froakie – The blue water-type frog Pokémon from the Pokémon game series who evolves into Frogadier (and then eventually into Greninja). For frogs who always “gotta catch ‘em all” when it comes to flies.
Frogbert – The main character in the game Frogbert whose job it is to catch flies around his home island.
Frogfucious – After the mentor character in the Nintendo game Super Mario RPG: The Legend of the Seven Stars who is the mentor to Mario’s first partner Mallow (a cloud who believes he is a tadpole because a frog raised him).
Frogger – In honor of the 80’s classic game Frogger where the main goal is to get a frog to safety. Perfect for frogs who live boldly and love to cross roads.
Frogus – After the water-type character who evolves into Frogissimo in the Draconius GO game.
Langston Lickatoad – One of the characters in the game Viva Piñata (which also has an accompanying TV show that the character appears in).
Pyribbit – An orange frog boss in the Kirby series of video games who has a range of fire attacks.
Raleigh – The frog villain in the Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus video game. He also appeared in the comic series as well, and he is the main villain of the Fiendish Five group.
Slippy Toad – A frog character in the Nintendo game series Star Fox who is a mechanic and inventor.
Superfrog – After the main character in the Superfrog video game who was turned into a frog by an evil witch. His mission throughout the game is to save a princess who is also his girlfriend.
Wart – The main villain in the iconic Super Mario Bros. 2 game who replaced Bowser as the main boss. A good name for frogs who are afraid of vegetables.
Winky – After one of the characters you can ride in the Nintendo Donkey Kong Country game.
Water Lily Frog Names
Here is a list of names that are inspired by the flowers most associated with frogs, water lilies (family Nymphaeaceae):
Alibaba – After the pink-colored water lily.
Apollo – After the white-colored water lily. Perfect for frogs who love space or music or both.
Clint (Bryant) – After the purple-colored water lily.
Daniel – After the purple/blue-colored water lily.
Darwin – After the pink-colored water lily that deepens in color over time. For frogs who are selective about everything in life.
David – After the red/pink-colored water lily.
Eros – After the pink-colored water lily. A good name for frogs who love sitting on water lilies.
Franz (Berthold) – After the red-colored water lily.
Goliath – After the white and pink-colored water lily. For giant frogs.
Gustav (Fintelmann) – After the dark-colored water lily which was named after the Prussian gardener who tended to the royal gardens in Potsdam, Germany.
Hal (Miller) – After the white-colored water lily which is one of the largest water lilies. You could also go with Snowball which is another name for the flower.
Henry (Shaw) – After the blue/violet-colored water lily.
Jennral Lee– After the blue-colored water lily. For frogs who love The Dukes of Hazzard but can never remember how to spell General Lee.
Jericho – After the light pink-colored water lily.
Jupiter – After the deep blue-colored water lily.
Neptune – After the red-colored water lily.
Newton – After the red-colored water lily. Perfect for frogs who always understand the gravity of the situation. Or who love fig newtons.
Paul (Stetson) – After the light blue-colored water lily. A good choice for frogs who love cowboy hats.
Zeus – After the red-colored water lily.
Adele – After the purple-colored water lily. For frogs who love “rolling in the deep” water.
Ambrosia – After the white-colored water lily with purple tips.
Amy Rose (Bell) – After the white-colored water lily.
Angela – After the purple-colored water lily.
Angelique – After the vibrant pink-colored water lily.
Annie Girl – After the pink and white-colored water lily. Perfect for frogs who love Annie Oakley.
Aphrodite – After the pink-colored water lily. For frogs who love being beautiful.
Aurora – After the yellow-colored water lily.
Autumn (Crush) – After the pink/peach-colored water lily. A good name for frogs who have a crush on their owners.
Berolina – After the blue-colored water lily.
Betsy (Sakata) – After the yellow-colored water lily. For frogs who think they are cows.
Bianca – After the white-colored water lily.
Celeste – After the violet-colored water lily.
Charlotte – After the white-colored water lily. For frogs who love to watch Sex and the City. Companion frogs would, of course, be named: Carrie, Samantha, or Miranda.
Cherry (Blossom) – After the pink and white-colored water lily.
Christal Lea – After the white-colored water lily.
Clarissa – After the red-colored water lily. Perfect for frogs who like to “explain it all.”
Cynthia Ann – After the peach-colored water lily.
Cypriana – After the peach and yellow-colored water lily.
Daisy – After the white-colored water lily.
Daphne (Glasson) – After the pink and white-colored water lily.
Diana – After the vivid red water lily. For frogs who love to hunt or who want to be the Princess of Wales.
Edith – After the white-colored water lily.
Elena (Grossi) – After the red-colored water lily. Perfect for frogs who are fans of The Vampire Diaries. A companion frog could be called Stefan (or Damon depending on who you ship more).
Elli (Chari) – After the yellow-colored water lily.
Empress – After the purple/blue-colored water lily.
Esmerelda – After the red and white-colored water lily. For frogs who are fans of the Disney film The Hunchback of Notre Dame. A companion frog would, of course, be called Phoebus.
Evelyn Violet – After the violet-colored water lily.
Fabiola – After the pink and white-colored water lily.
Fatima – After the pink-colored water lily.
Gloriosa – After the vibrant red-colored water lily.
Goddess -After the white-colored water lily. Perfect for frogs who love to be adored and worshipped.
Harmony – After the white and pink-colored water lily.
Helen (Fowler) – After the pink-colored water lily.
Hermine – After the white-colored water lily.
Irene – After the red-colored water lily. For frogs who are fans of Sherlock Holmes mysteries and who want to be known as the frog.
Isabell (Pring) – After the white-colored water lily.
Izetta Jewel – After the blue-colored water lily.
Janice – After the white-colored (or sometimes pale blue-colored) water lily.
Jasmine – After the white-colored water lily. A good choice for frogs who are fans of the Disney film Aladdin. Companion frogs could be called Aladdin or Rajah.
Jean Marie – After the light pink-colored water lily.
Jessica – After the pink-colored water lily.
Jo Ann – After the red-colored water lily.
Josephine or Jo – After the white-colored water lily. For frogs who love Little Women. Companion frogs could be called: Meg, Beth, or Amy.
Joyce (Hamilton) – After the pink-colored water lily.
Jubilee – After the pink and white-colored water lily. For frogs who are fans of the X-Men comics.
June Alison- After the pink and white-colored water lily.
Laelia – After the pale pink-colored water lily.
Lavender – After the light purple-colored water lily.
Lisa Jane – After the pink-colored water lily.
Little Sue – After the yellow and pink-colored water lily.
Louise – After the red-colored water lily. For frogs who are fans of the hit 90’s film Thelma & Louise which received six Academy Award nominations.
Lucida – After the pink/red-colored water lily. Perfect for frogs who love to type.
Lynn Ellen – After the blue-tipped and yellow-colored water lily.
Margaret – After the yellow-colored water lily.
Marian (Strawn) – After the white-colored water lily. A good name for frogs who are fans of Robin Hood.
Marie Clara – After the dark red water lily.
Martha – After the light pink-colored water lily. For frogs who are fans of Martha Stewart.
Myra – After the pink-colored water lily.
Nora – After the purple/blue-colored water lily.
Nymphe – After the red-colored water lily.
Pamela – After the light blue-colored water lily.
Pocahontas – After the pink-colored water lily. For frogs who are fans of the Disney film Pocahontas. Companion frogs could be called: John, Meeko, or Flit. For frogs who love the “colors of the wind.”
Rhonda (Kay) – After the blue/violet water lily.
Rosanna – After the pink-colored water lily.
Rose Dawn – After the pale pink-colored water lily.
Sandra Lynn – After the purple-colored water lily.
Serene – After the white-colored water lily.
Shirley (Ann) – After the blue-colored water lily. Perfect for frogs who are fans of Shirley Temple and who wish that “animal crackers” came in the shape of frogs.
Sofia – After the blue-colored water lily.
Tina – After the purple and white-colored water lily.
Venus – After the pink and white-colored water lily. For frogs who love being pampered.
Violet – After the, you guessed it, violet-colored water lily. For straight-forward frogs.
Virginia – After the white-colored water lily. A good name for frogs from Virginia or for frogs who love to read Virginia Woolf.
Alba – After the white-colored water lily that is also known as a white water rose. A good name for frogs who love both flowers and Jessica Alba.
Apple Blossom or AB – After the pale pink-colored water lily.
Apricot (Delight)– After the orange-colored water lily.
Aquarius – After the blue/violet-colored water lily. A good name for frogs born between January 20th and February 18th.
Azure – After the blue-colored water lily.
Bali – After the white-colored water lily with blue tips. A good name for frogs born in Bali (or who like to vacation in Bali).
Bayou Blue – After the blue/violet-colored water lily.
Caliente – After the pale yellow-colored water lily. For frogs who are too hot to handle.
Camelot – After the pale pink-colored water lily.
Cherokee – After the red and white-colored water lily.
Chubby – After the cream-colored water lily.
Conqueror – After the white and dark red-colored water lily. Perfect for frogs who like to take over their owner’s room and make it their own.
Creamsicle – After the pink and yellow-colored water lily.
Crimson (Zanzibar) – After the dark pink-colored water lily.
Darcy Jane – After the bright pink-colored water lily. A good name for frogs who are fans of Mr. Darcy in Jane Austin’s iconic book Pride and Prejudice.
Enigma – After the yellow-colored water lily.
Excalibur – After the blue/violet-colored water lily.
Fireball– After the red-colored water lily.
Florida Sunset – After the orange/yellow-colored water lily. Perfect for frogs from Florida who love to watch the sunset.
Jolly – After the light blue-colored water lily. For frogs who are down for a jolly good time (or who love Santa).
Key Lime– After the yellow-colored water lily.
Lemonade – After the yellow-colored water lily. For frogs who are fans of Beyonce.
Lone Star – After the white and purple-colored water lily. A good choice for frogs from Texas or for frogs who like being alone and staring at stars.
Mars – After the red-colored water lily.
Midnight – After the dark purple-colored water lily.
Moon Beam – After the pale blue-colored water lily. Perfect for hippy frogs who love to sit on water lilies at nighttime.
Serendipity – After the light purple-colored water lily. For romantic frogs who are fans of the 2001 film Serendipity starring John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale.
Sputnik – After the pink-colored water lily which was named after the iconic Soviet satellite launched in 1957. The satellite (called Sputnik 1) was the first artificial satellite and the first man-made object in space.
Starlight – After the blue and white-colored water lily.
Sunrise – After the yellow-colored water lily.
Trail Blazer or TB – After the yellow-colored water lily. A good name for frogs who like to forge their own path in life.
Tutti Frutti – After the pink and yellow-colored water lily. Perfect for frogs who like to listen to Little Richard while they eat Tutti Frutti ice cream.
Image of ALL of our frog names
Image of SOME of our frog names
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