Naming the dog is always a challenge. How to choose a name that won’t be too silly, pretentious, or comes from other languages, too weird? Let’s browse through some inspiration ideas for female Siberian Husky names and maybe you’ll find it easier to choose one for your girl dog.
Cool Husky Names
Usually, when you’re searching for the names of the purebred dog you are trying to address its roots and heritage or personality attributes. Let’s see where we can get with this.
Siberian Husky is a dog that was bred in the far North of Russia for pulling heavy sleds for long distances. What do we have here: North, Russia, and athletic. So let’s start with this.
If we start with the northern topic we can name the dog with words related to cold, winter, snow, etc. You can use the geographic names:
- Sitka (Alaskan city);
- Chena (Eskimo river).
Or the nouns and adjectives, connected to winter and snow, such as:
- Hey (Juncau for “winter”);
- Lumi (Finnish for “snow”);
- Sesi (means “snow”);
- Yuki (Japanese for “snow”).
Russian Female Names
Then we have a Russian connection, you can simply honor it with Russian female names, such as:
- Lena (it’s also the name of the Siberian river).
Geographic Names for Husky
You can go with geographic names:
- Kara (sea in the Arctic ocean);
- Novaya (from Novaya Zemlya – islands in the far north of Russia);
- Tundra (forest type in Siberia);
- Ugra (river in Siberia).
Now for the fast and strong dog, you can use:
- Atlanta (Greek mythology);
- Brianna (Gaelic for “strong”);
- Nika (Greek for “victory”);
Unusual Personality Names
When you want to find a name that will be really special it makes sense to check for words in other languages. Native American, Swahili, Hebrew, and Japanese languages are endless sources of interesting words, that sounds unusual and cool at the same time.
Here’s my top ten list of unusual names for female husky and their meanings (but, you know, if I name them – they’re not unique already:
- Arwen (Welsh for” fair” and also an elfian princess name from “Lord of the Rings”);
- Azure (French for “sky blue”, good name for blue-eyed Husky);
- Bazinga (inside joke for “Big Bang Theory” fans);
- Brazil (Celtic for “brave” and name of the country);
- Buttercup (yellow flower and princess name in “Princess Bride”);
- Jenga (popular board game and a nice name);
- Laika (Russian nickname for barking dog);
- Sawadi (Thai for “welcome”);
- Usagi (Japanese for “bunny” and name of the main character in “Sailor moon” manga);
- Zhuchka (Russian generic dog nickname).
Now it’s time to start your own brainstorming and I’m sure you’ll come up with something equally fun and adorable. Have fun!