Pete is a new pet name that means “stray,” according to the Washington Post.
The pet is part of a growing trend of the names of animals in pop culture that have an animal counterpart, according to The Wall St Journal.
The pete is one of several new pet names that have caught on with the public.
Pete is the pet name of a character in the Disney film “The Little Mermaid.”
The word pet is also the name of two popular cats in a pet store chain.
The name was first used by an American man named Thomas D. Pete, who was born in the U.K. in 1852.
He later moved to Canada and eventually moved back to the U, where he died in 1920.
In 2017, a company named Petco, based in Colorado, launched PetePet, an online store selling Petco branded pet items.
While the name “Pete” may be the only name in the world that is not an acronym for “pet” and “pete,” the name is not the only one.
The “petal” is also a part of the English language, and the name may be derived from the Latin word for “leaf,” the same one used in the movie “The Lady with the Dragon Tattoo.”
“The petal is a part in the English alphabet, and that is the one that people are most likely to learn,” Dr. Mark D. Molnar, professor of linguistics at Yale University, told The Wall ST.
There are about 10 pet names in use in the United States.
Pete is the latest.
Heather, the name for the singer and actress, has been in use since the 1950s.
An article in the Los Angeles Times reported that in May 2018, Heather was named for the petal of the flower.
When it comes to pet names, a pet is an animal with a name.
It is the animal’s name.
The name may not be the same as the animal.
For example, there is a popular pet name for a cat named Lucy that means, “little green dog.”
It sounds like a pet, but Lucy was not actually a cat.
Some of the pet names have a connection to an animal, like the name ‘Chubby,’ which means “little-eared.”
While it is common for a pet name to be a colloquial name, it is not always the case.
A person can have a pet as a surname, such as “Ruffie,” which means the little-eared cat, according the Associated Press.