So you’ve got yourself a lovely blue-eyed puppy. Now she needs a name as cool and beautiful as the dog itself. So much choice 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!
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 the name starting with certain letter, check for this with your breeder.
Hunting for a Famous Name?
There’re not too many names of the famous huskies around. But there’s one you might have heard of – Balto. This dog saved many lives by delivering serum package in time to the epidemic town in Alaska. Your kids might know the stiry 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 times. It could pull 3100-pound sledge.
Cool Husky Names and Meanings
We all know that Siberian Husky is a northern dog, so here’re some ideas for the 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 sence);
- January (first winter month);
- Kara (the name of the sea on 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 associates 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 you 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 (a camomile);
- Duchess (the name of 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 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).