Arabic Dog Names

The Arabic language is home to some of the most beautiful words and expressions. Just take a look through this stunning list of Arabic dog names.

Arabic Dog Names

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All Arabic Dog Names

  • Common Arabic prefix meaning "servant of" in religious contexts.
  • Means "learned" or "wise" in Arabic, often used for scholars.
  • Derived from Arabic, signifies trustworthy or faithful.
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning "ten" or "she who sings".
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning one who smiles or is cheerful.
  • An Arabic word meaning "good news" or "glad tidings".
  • Derived from Arabic word "kafal" meaning foot care specialist.
  • Derived from Arabic, often used as a female given name.
  • An Arabic name meaning "unique" or "precious", often given to boys.
  • Full moon in Turkish, not directly linked to Arabic culture/language.
  • Commonly used in Arabic-speaking countries, means "redeemer" or "savior".
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning victorious or successful.
  • Means "success" or "prosperity" in Arabic, often used as a name.
  • A popular name, derived from Prophet Muhammad's daughter in Islamic tradition.
  • A common female name in Arabic, derived from Prophet Muhammad's daughter.
  • An Arabic name meaning beauty, often given to boys.
  • Derived from Arabic, signifies "valuable" or "precious".
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning precious or valuable.
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning pomegranate flower.
  • An ancient Semitic storm god, revered in pre-Islamic Arabian religions.
  • Means "guide to righteousness" in Arabic, often given to girls.
  • A common female name in Arabic, meaning "gentle" or "patient".
  • Refers to a small, isolated village in Arabic culture.
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning inspiration or revelation.
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning "great, exalted, magnificent".
  • First wife of Prophet Muhammad in Islamic tradition.
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning "chamber" or "room".
  • No clear connection between Kirvi and Arabic culture or language exists.
  • Means "guided one", a prophesied redeemer in Islamic belief.
  • Means "angels" in Arabic and is often used as a female name.
  • Marge is not connected to Arabic culture or language.
  • Derived from Arabic, signifies "illuminated" or "bright".
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning noble or generous.
  • Means "star" in Arabic and is commonly used as a female name.
  • A popular male name in Arabic, meaning "flourishing" or "long-lived".
  • Derived from Arabic, often used as a male given name.
  • An Arabic origin name meaning "winner" or "profit maker".
  • Derived from Arabic, signifies respect and admiration.
  • An Arabic name meaning "winner" or "earner".
  • Derived from Arabic, often used as a male first name.
  • Means "righteousness" in Arabic and is a common Muslim name.
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning "companion in evening conversation".
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning "grateful" or "full of grace".
  • Means "lamp" or "light" in Arabic, often used as a name.
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning "rising" or "ascendant".
  • Derived from Arabic, signifies "right hand" or "oath" in English.
  • Female version of Yosef, an Arabic name meaning "God will increase."
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning shining, luminous or bright.
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning "blooming flower" or "God remembers".
  • Derived from Arabic, meaning "golden" or "full of expression".
  • Derived from Arabic, signifies beauty and grace.

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How popular are Arabic Dog Names?

Arabic Dog Names currently rank in 71st place out of all PupNames.com categories.

As of May 2024, arabic dog names seem increasingly popular with new puppy owners. Our stats show that they are more fashionable than they were at this time last year.

We've seen quite a lot of variation for this category, which suggests its popularity could be seasonal or based on cultural events.

How does interest compare across the United States for Arabic Dog Names?

The map below compares each state by the number of people browsing Arabic Dog Names.

The states that love arabic dog names the most are Wyoming, District of Columbia and California.

The least amount of interest in this category was registered in Nebraska, Indiana and South Carolina.

Which countries have the most love for Arabic Dog Names?

Here's a world map showing the popularity in each country of arabic dog names.

Who'd have thought?! Some of the countries you might not have thought about that LOVE arabic dog names are Yemen, Libya and Guinea-Bissau.

On the flip, PupNames data shows there's not much interest in South Africa, Singapore and China.

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