Cute Duck Names?

Discussion in 'Ducks' started by valfox, Aug 10, 2014.

  1. valfox

    valfox New Egg

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    I'm about to get two ducklings, both male. One is a cayuga and one is a pekin. Does anyone have any suggestions for names?[​IMG]
     
  2. Amykins

    Amykins Overrun With Chickens

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    I'm generally a fan of naming them after their traits. My duckling had a really hard time getting to her feet and she's still a big ol' klutz, so we named her Wobbles. But I'm a fan of general cutesy names like Sugar Pea, Wiggles, Gunther, and Matilda. :3
     
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  3. SouthernPride

    SouthernPride Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Salt and pepper
    Ebony and ivory
    Sooty and snowy
    But I agree with Amykins, maybe wait until you get an idea about their personality. My first duck names were pretty lame, blackie, blue, whitey. You get the idea. Now I have smooshy, squirmy, Odin (1 eye), Baby Huey, Piglet, momma B and her baby B's, daphne, dopey (he's a very smart and beautiful black Swedish mix but has a very crooked face making him look like a dope.). Some don't have names because nothing has come to me yet.
     
  4. Amykins

    Amykins Overrun With Chickens

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    SMOOSHY! That is so cute! What's the story behind that one?
     
  5. SouthernPride

    SouthernPride Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I wish I could claim that name but my daughter was skyping with a friend online when I brought this little duckling in her room. I asked them what we should call it and friend blurted out "SMOOSHY". Of course I loved it. That's her in my avatar. She was an Awesome duck but sadly a predator got her a couple of months ago.

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  6. AllisonB

    AllisonB Out Of The Brooder

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    I agree with naming after traits. We had a drake that used to "snap" (gently) and we called him "Snap Bean" - which eventually became "Sneapy" - what fun for you! My daughter loves the name Piper for a duck.
     

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