So you’ve got yourself a lovely blue-eyed puppy. Now she needs a name as cool and beautiful as the dog itself. With so many choices around you, it’s hard to make a decision. Let me give you some ideas, maybe you’ll see the name you’d love for your girl!
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If you plan to have a show dog it has to have an approved AKC name. There’re some simple rules about it:
- no more than 50 characters;
- standard English alphabet, no roman numerals;
- only 37 dogs of each breed can have the same name.
You also might have to choose a name starting with a certain letter, check for this with your breeder.
Hunting for a Famous Name?
There are not too many names of famous huskies around. But there’s one you might have heard of – Balto. This dog saved many lives by delivering a serum package in time to the epidemic town in Alaska. Your kids might know the story from the cartoon “Balto” by Disney.
The name can be used as a female one as well. Another unisex famous name is Charlie – that was the strongest Husky of all time. It could pull a 3100-pound sled.
Cool Husky Names and Meanings
We all know that Siberian Husky is a northern dog, so here’re some ideas for female names that reflect that heritage:
- Alaska (name another place that is as cold!);
- Amaryllis (means sparkling, like snow);
- Arctica (northern pole territory);
- Bianca (Italian name that means “clear”, “pure”, “white”);
- Crystal (Greek origin word, that means “ice”);
- Denali (this is the other name for mount Mckinley in Alaska);
- Eirwen (welsh for “white snow”);
- Icy (cold, ice, makes sense);
- January (first winter month);
- Kara (the name of the sea in Siberian north);
- Lena (Russian river that flows into the arctic ocean);
- Lumi (Finnish for “snow”);
- Orca (northern whale);
- Saha (name of Siberian tribe);
- Sitka (a city in Alaska);
- Tundra (arctic regional forest name);
- Ugra (Siberian river);
- Winter (well, winter);
- Yana (Siberian river);
- Yuki (Japanese for “snow” or “lucky”).
Qualities Husky Names
Another way of choosing the name of your dog is to address the well-known qualities of this breed. The Siberian Husky is a strong, fast and enduring working dog. So you can go for the athletic names, such as:
- Atlanta (Greek famous athletic woman);
- Cheetah (fastest land animal);
- Fleta (fast);
- Haya (Hebrew for “alive”);
- Min (Chinese for “quick”);
- Nika, Nikki (Greek for “victory”);
- Nikita (after the famous tv-series is associated with strong female character);
- Velocita (Spanish for “speed”);
- Victory (winning).
Female Names and Royalty
But not everything should have a deep meaning or a strong connection with the roots or heritage. You might want to choose a beautiful princess name for your blue-eyed girl. Here’re some suggestions for romantic female names:
- Aurora (morning star and the name of the sleeping beauty In Disney cartoon);
- Anna, Anu, and Annie (Hebrew for “grace”);
- Aster and Astra (Greek for “star”);
- Daisy (camomile);
- Duchess (the name of the white cat on Disney “Aristocats”);
- Eider (Spanish for “beautiful”);
- Flora (Latin for “flower”);
- Gretta (Greek for “pearl”);
- Lady (for real classy dog);
- Lily (flower);
- Lucy (Latin for “light”);
- Luna (Latin for “moon”);
- Neva (Gaelic for “radiance”);
- Oka (means “cherry blossom”);
- Phoebe (Greek for “bright”);
- Ren (Japanese for “water lily”);
- Rose, Rosie (flower);
- Roxy (Persian for “star”);
- Sadie (Hebrew for “princess”);
- Sakura (Japanese for “cherry blossom”);
- Sophie (Greek for “wisdom”);
- Stella (Latin for “star”);
- Teva (Hebrew for “nature”);
- Tia (Greek for “goddess”).
But maybe you’d like some of this really odd and not obvious, maybe even funny. Let’s browse through some variants:
- Babushka (Russian for “grandma”, fun and respects the origin of breed);
- Laika (Russian pet name, meaning “barker”);
- Miska, Misha ( Russian name, takin origin in word “bear”);
- Simba (Swahili for lion and famous Lion King from Disney);
- Teeko (Strategy board game name);
- Zumba (modern dancing workout, sounds cool).