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Shakespearean Names for Pets

Here are some Shakespearean names that can be used for pets:

Romeo – “Romeo and Juliet”

Juliet – “Romeo and Juliet”

Hamlet – “Hamlet”

Ophelia – “Hamlet”

Macbeth – “Macbeth”

Lady Macbeth – “Macbeth”

Prospero – “The Tempest”

Miranda – “The Tempest”

Caliban – “The Tempest”

Viola – “Twelfth Night”

Orsino – “Twelfth Night”

Olivia – “Twelfth Night”

Portia – “The Merchant of Venice”

Shylock – “The Merchant of Venice”

Falstaff – “Henry IV” and “The Merry Wives of Windsor”

Beatrice – “Much Ado About Nothing”

Benedick – “Much Ado About Nothing”

Lear – “King Lear”

Cordelia – “King Lear”

Rosalind – “As You Like It”

Puck – “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Titania – “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Oberon – “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

Iago – “Othello”

Desdemona – “Othello”

These characters are just a small sample of the many memorable and iconic characters found in Shakespeare’s plays. They offer a range of personalities, from tragic heroes and heroines to comical and mischievous characters.