200+ Whimsical Garden Gnome Names


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Garden gnomes are ornamental lawn figurines. These short statuettes can be 1-2 feet in height. Garden gnomes beautify your garden and lawn. They can also act as scarecrows, chasing away some birds and other pests.

If you have garden gnomes, it will be fun to name them for easy identification. You can also tell your visitors the names of your garden gnomes so that you all share in the laughter (especially when your gnome has a funny name).

Garden Gnome

Are you thinking of a great name for your garden gnomes? Read this article for some awesome ideas.

Popular Garden Gnome Names

The names below are awesome name ideas for your garden gnome. They may also be the name of popular gnomes in the past.

  • Lampy: An English gardener and landowner, Sir Charles Isham, bought Lampy and 20 other garden gnomes from Germany. Lampy is the last surviving gnome and is on display in the Lamport Hall in Northamptonshire. Lampy is insured for GB£1 million.
  • Xogim Flintsweeper: This gnome is very intelligent. He is an alchemist.
  • Galnoa: One of the female deep gnome names. It is very popular amongst females
  • Schnartank Earthwiser: A very old gnome. He is 450 years old.
  • Iggah Gemseeker: She is always with her shovel, digging gardens in search of gems.

Male Garden Gnome Names

Do you have some male garden gnomes? Here are great names for them:

  • Aiko Barkhide: A forest gnome that studies under the tree.
  • Banli Waggletop: A funny name for a potion-making gnome.
  • Bodli Bedrocklegs: A male gnome known for his large legs.
  • Abrebumast Mugiams: This gnome is a pathfinder gnome.
  • Brukthu Crystalfinder: A gnome mage.
  • Dellig Steelback: A gnome barbarian that carries a steel axe.
  • Drendan Magitrix: A gnome mage that does magic.
  • Bratlic Turfsurvey: A great wood worker.
  • Brassy Grasteeth: A funny gnome that loves to eat grass.
  • Fruklu Terratemp: A rouge gnome.
  • Gontull Claymoulder: A gnome that makes and sells clay work.
  • Graziver Slatenose: A gnome that cannot smell.
  • Figglar Gemfinger: A friendly gnome.
  • Frelwic Littlefoot: A gnome with little feet.
  • Kretlec Dirtteeth: He is known for his dirty teeth.
  • Merzu Shelfbender: This gnome is a carpenter that makes bed for others.
  • Helgae Bunnyhop: One garden gnome that lives in gardens.
  • Kelgim Milkgetter: He loves to invent new milk recipes.
  • Snegick Boulderforger: Funny how he loves making giant statues.
  • Tildrull Dustsnorter: He is a garden gnome that makes gardening tools.
  • Warver Eyeswitcher: A mage gnome that pranks others.
  • Sheethag Tilecleanser: He knows how to make cleaning equipments.
  • Shockhig Brickgetter: This gnome is a mason with blue beards.

Female Garden Gnome Names

Garden Gnome Playing Guitar

If you have female garden gnomes, you will love the suggested names below:

  • Aiky Wockett: She loves making jewels with gems.
  • Armida Plum: She has purple hair and long ears.
  • Askieh Rubylegs: Her toes are full of gems.
  • Brenna Fizzlebang: She is a mage and makes explosive portions.
  • Faeyore: A gnome that loves reading about the Fae.
  • Jelsany: A gnome who knows how to make mud pies.
  • Jenna Tinkler: She wears a large bell on her neck.
  • Jowyn: She cooks and loves to fish a lot.
  • Kemkeishi Wedgefeet: a gnome who how to climb huge rocks.
  • Miette McGibbles: a gnome name inspired by a human.
  • Nifi: She is very curious about the name of other gnomes.
  • Nitina: A hardworking gnome (a metal worker).
  • Orceli: She is friends with a large green orc.
  • Ormila: a gnome who loves associating with barbarian gnomes.
  • Posy Nibbler: A young gnome that loves to bite the bar of trees.
  • Qiyore: She is an ancient gnome. Many centuries old.
  • Sahana: She loves to create new dresses.
  • Schnasgienni Pelletdigger: Try pronouncing that name. Others tease her for her difficult name.
  • Tassa: She loves making new friends every day.

Garden Gnome Names List

Garden Gnome In The Grass

Looking for more garden gnome names? Here are more suggestions:

  • Klakuss
  • Gamjip
  • Mallbot
  • Gnegnick
  • Civogass
  • Janemzig
  • Clisallboc
  • Frunzbac
  • Snednigup
  • Laddnas
  • Rumbell
  • Mieglo
  • Jivakeg
  • Knabli
  • Blansbibess
  • Klanebnoc
  • Flifamwi
  • Minkass
  • Faapwami
  • Divit
  • Blumtiest
  • Sceerbeck
  • Clavunkle
  • Phonglup
  • Fifebbriess
  • Shidensnec
  • Pilaknec
  • Zinjor
  • Emmeefast
  • Densmivum
  • Aithne
  • Amorette
  • Aripine
  • Adva
  • Aiko
  • Bonita
  • Brenna
  • Brooke
  • Armida
  • Belita
  • Bink
  • Banli
  • Bitsy
  • Bingles
  • Banxi
  • Carlin
  • Charlene
  • Dinky
  • Bitty
  • Bixi
  • Celqys
  • Carnoa
  • Darra
  • Elfi
  • Flimp
  • Demi
  • Half-pint
  • Herble
  • Helna
  • Gigget
  • Gnorbitt
  • Jinxie
  • Jubie
  • Jenna
  • Hisxif
Twin Garden Gnome
  • Jinky
  • Kierna
  • Koemi
  • Knaz
  • Jelssa
  • Kiara
  • Maleah
  • Miette
  • Merry
  • Krankle
  • Lil
  • Lilliput
  • Nirbert
  • Nipsy
  • Odafi
  • Miki
  • Nina
  • Orgyra
  • Piera
  • Posy
  • Orsys
  • Orla
  • Pipi
  • Pippy
  • Poppy
  • Peanut
  • Penny
  • Rosine
  • Rowan
  • Short-shot
  • Quillz
  • Runt
  • Sahana
  • Smiggles
  • Solita
  • Simon
  • Shanna
  • Tallie
  • Twitch
  • Tonk
  • Small-fry
  • Sprinkle
  • Tinkerella
  • Tansi
  • Tina
  • Tink
  • Taroe
  • Teagan
  • Tulla
  • Topsy
  • Toby
  • Tawnie
  • Triza
  • Two-bit
  • Viveca
  • Torji
  • Trixie
  • Wicket
  • Winkle
  • Walby
  • Vonove
  • Whitley
  • Zinna
  • Wizzle
  • Yves
  • Zita
  • Ziggy
  • Clyllnap
  • Jankyrt
  • Klieppu
  • Dirwes
  • Clilwis
  • Knofavom
  • Thamabblet
  • Donammor
  • Hubkicis
  • Smebblymaag
  • Hinzo
  • Jammep
  • Linke
  • Lobblin
  • Phievast
  • Nalilmem
  • Dumebbnall
  • Eminbit
  • Emdovel
  • Knarwesa

So what will you name your gnomes?

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