At the Anachronia Dinosaur Farm, the names of all animals are randomly generated when they are checked. Players may check names by hovering their mouse over animals in their inventory, clicking on animals in pens, or clicking on pens' gates to check animals. Names may be changed by purchasing an animal name re-roller from the Farmers' Market.
The list of available names is below, separated by animal type and gender.
These names are shared between all species of dinosaurs, including:
Cultural and in-game references[edit | edit source]
- Anura is the scientific order for frogs.
- Bufo is the Latin name for the genus toads belong to.
- Blinky is a reference to Blinky's Frog, a level in Pac-Man World 2.
- Blinky and Winky are references to characters in the Pac-Man video game series.
- CJ is a reference to CJ the Frog, from the educational software series JumpStart.
- Frogger is a video game played as a frog.
- Kermit and Robin are names of Muppet characters.
- Crazy is a reference to the animated character DJ.
- Judy is a reference to Judy Garland, a song by Frog.
- Mitch is a reference to Mitch Aguiar, an MM fighter nicknamed "Smashin' Frog."
- Oprah is a reference to Oprah Winfrey, most prominently a television host, among other professions.
- Pepe is a reference to a popular internet meme.
- Kaukek is the Egyptian goddess of twilight and primordial darkness.
- Kekui is an Egyptian deity, also in relation to primordial darkness, but also linked to the Pepe meme.
- Fred is a reference to Fred the Frog, a book by Ruth Miskin.
- Freddo is a frog mascot of a confectionery by Cadbury.
- Froakie is the name of a starter Generation VI Pokémon.
- Leap is a reference to the action frogs take, the educational electronics company LeapFrog and the physical children's game Leapfrog.
- Lily and Pad are references to lil pads, a plant typically associated with frogs.
- Prince refers to the fairy tale, The Frog Prince.
- Princess and Tiana are references to Princess Tiana, from the 2009 Disney animated film The Princess and the Frog.
- Anika is a reference to Anika Noni Rose, who voiced Princess Tiana, from The Princess and the Frog.
- Odie is a reference to Mama Odie, from The Princess and the Frog.
- Juju is a reference to Mama Odie's pet snake, from The Princess and the Frog.
- Dee is a reference to Dee Bradley Baker, who voiced Juju, from The Princess and the Frog.
- Eudora is a reference to Eudora, from The Princess and the Frog.
- Charlotte and Lottie are references to Charlotte "Lottie" La Bouff, from The Princess and the Frog.
- Raleigh is a reference to Sir Raleigh, a frog from the Sly Cooper video game series.
- Rash, Pimple and Zitz are references to the protagonists of the Battletoads video game.
- Slippy and Toad are reference to the character Slippy Toad from the Star Fox video game series.
- Toad and Toadette are references to characters from the Mario Bros. franchise.
- Trevor is the name of Neville Longbottom's pet toad from the Harry Potter franchise.
- Suwako is a reference to Suwako Moriya, a goddess that can transform into a frog, from the Touhou Project video game.
- Sonny and Cher are references to Sonny & Cher, the music duo.
- Beyonce is a reference to Beyonce Knowles-Carter, most prominently a singer, among other professions.
- Lisbeth is a reference to Lisbeth Salander, protagonist of the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo book series.
- Kanbara is a reference to Takuya Kanbara, Protagonist of Digimon Frontier.
- Melisandre is a reference to Melisandre of Asshai, a character in the Game of Thrones book/television series.
- Awilix, Chaac, Chantico, Huitaca, Huracan, Itzamna, Ixchel, Ixtab, Jacawitz, Kukulkan, Mama Killa, Metztli and Mixcoatl, Tatewari are names of gods and goddesses originating in Mesoamerica and neighboring regions.
- Zipacna is a Mayan demon.
- Shiva is a Hindu deity.
- Jethro is a biblical figure.
- Wayob is a Mayan word that refers to a person that can transform into an animal while asleep.
- Roy and Mustang are derived from a recurring character in Fullmetal Alchemist.
- Amarant and Coral are a reference to Amarant Coral, a playable character in Final Fantasy IX.
- Sally while maybe just a common alliterative name, could be a reference to the character Sally from the anime Black Clover in which her magic takes the form of a Salamander.
- Peter and Olivia are by far the most common names for male and female jadinkos, respectively. In one survey of 50 jadinkos of each gender, 30 (60%) of males were named Peter, and 23 (46%) of females were named Olivia.
- Cera, Littlefoot, Longneck, Chomper, Spike, Ducky, Tria, Kosh, Bron, and Ruby are characters from The Land Before Time movie series.
- Tyrone is a reference to the children's book Tyrone the Horrible by Hans Wilhelm.
- Sue is the name given to the fossilized skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus Rex, discovered in 1990 and now displayed at the Field Museum in Chicago. Sue is believed to be the most complete member of their species ever preserved.
- Barney is the name of the purple dinosaur from the popular children's television show "Barney & Friends."
- Reptar is the name of a fictional Tyrannosaurus Rex in the children's television show "Rugrats."