Spiritual Dog Names

Break away from the mainstream and give your dog a spiritual or mystical name. Here are some ideas to get you thinking.

Spiritual Dog Names

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All Spiritual Dog Names

A Breath
Adornment.
Righteous, fair.
Shield of the gods.
Japanese for 'harmony; spirit or energy
Sanskrit for 'sky
Strong and beautiful
Happiness.
Messenger of god
Gracious, Merciful
God of War.
The lion of god
Rising sun.
Asa
Healer; physician.
Hebrew for 'blessed, fortunate'
Crowned.
The goddess of war, strategy and wisdom in roman mythology
Earth.
Powerful king.
Lightning.
Noble Man
Brings Victory
Earth; soil.
Bia
Spirit of force, power, might, bodily strength and compulsion.
Lisp; stutter.
Holiness
Supreme heavenly happiness; utter joy or contentment
Sanskrit for 'awakening
God of the north wind.
The creator of the whole universe, hindu
Enlightened
To have reason, mind or a character.
Faithful, devotion, whole-hearted, bold, brave
Human energy center
Shining moon; a lunar deity in india
Old french for 'song
The void before the birth of the universe, titan god, total disorganization and confusion.
Spiritual gift
One of the seven virtues
Follower of Christ
Merciful
Chinese philosopher
Order, harmony, beauty.
Mythological nature goddess worshiped as the Great Mother in Asia Minor.
Sun.
Dominant woman.
Goddess of forces of nature.
Generosity.
Observing and understanding.
Ordained minister.
A god or goddess
Little Goddess.
Sanskrit for 'law
Judged; vindicated.
Beautiful in italian
Religious leader in ancient celtic religion
Veneration or respect paid to the saints and angels.
Fertility; spring.
Paradise
Combination Of Ella And Dora
Jehovah is my God.
The jewish heroine of the old testament book of esther
Time everlasting
Strong, safe, solid, firm.
Belief, confidence
Flower; the goddess of flowers in Roman mythology
Lady
Monk
Woodsman
Sanskrit for 'song
Holy And Good
Jewel, gemstone.
Gracious, lovely
Bunny
Divine aura.
Concord, unity
Golden.
Goddess of hearth and home.
sun vegetables
Diamond.
Good
One of the earliest and most important egyptian gods in egyptian mythology.
Person From India
A goddess in egyptian mythology
Meditative repetition of a mantra
Joy
Joy
The queen of the gods in roman mythology
As in justice.
Hebrew for 'a dog; faithful
Little battler
Destiny.
Garden of holly
The divine embodiment of the moon in greek mythology
Holy chants
Dark
The holiest city for muslims
Female shaman or priestess
Something wonderful
Magical charm or spell
Liberation; salvation
Sufi word for meditation literally it is an arabic term which means 'to watch over', ''to take care of', or 'to keep an eye'
Hindi salutation or greeting
Halo surrounding a supernatural being
Place of great bliss
Pax
Goddess of peace in roman mythology
Paz
Peace
One who journeys to a sacred place for religious reasons
Chinese system of physical exercises and breathing control related to tai chi
Head of a parish
Born again or reborn in french
Born again or reborn in French
One of a number of spiritual practices or disciplines which lead to perfection, these being contemplation, asceticism, worship of a god and living correctly.
Person acknowledged as holy or virtuous
Peace
Holy
Great teacher; a supremely wise guide
Peaceful
Hebrew for beautiful
Beautiful, well-shaped
the effort contributed by a person in bringing about a result
His Gift
Kind, auspicious
Realization of that which is of the highest aspect and purpose in one's life, thus introducing spirituality
Reference to mount sinai
Peaceful One
Soul
Elf or fairy
Gift of god
Belief in the existence of a god or gods
In christian theology it is the transforming effect of divine grace
Roof of the world
Ancient symbol bringing good luck
Hebrew for 'god is good
Bearer of a great spiritual message
Strong.
Life
Moral excellence
One who uses magic
God is gracious
Peace
Two principles, one negative, dark, and feminine (yin), and one positive (yang)"
Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline
One who performs yoga
Child of sunlight
Hebrew for 'highest point

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Our guide to the best spiritual dog names

Spiritualism is on the rise. More and more young people are looking within themselves to become more self-aware, or “awoken”. And because the principles and symbols of spiritualism are so closely tied to nature, it’s easy to see how spiritual references would make great dog names.

Giving your dog a spiritual name creates a level of significance that goes beyond its appearance or its connection to you as its owner. Spiritual dog names set your pup up for life, as opposed to a cutesy name that both you and your dog could eventually outgrow.

For male dogs, we love the simplicity and tribal feel of Chant. If you like that, you might also like Mantra, which is two-syllable and clearer in sound, but also refers to tribal singing.

Another option we really like for male dogs is Cosmo, which is a popular choice for good reason. The name refers to the universe as a whole, focusing on order, harmony and beauty.

For female dogs, our favorite is Yana. This is a beautiful two-syllable option that fits all of the criteria for a good dog name. It refers to a Buddhist spiritual practice, or a “way of enlightenment”.

Other great choices for girls are Shaina, which is Hebrew for beautiful, or the similar-sounding and slightly more common Shiva.

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