Aladdin Dog Names

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Introduction

Many people choose names for their pets based on books, movies, and television shows that brought us happiness and comfort in the past. Loosely based on a tale known as The Story of Aladdin, a tale associated with the One Thousand and One Nights, a collection of Middle Eastern folk-tales, Disney’s Aladdin takes us on a dizzying magical, musical adventure with an erratic but entertaining blue genie as a guide and has played a part in many of our childhoods. Aladdin, and its sequels, Return of Jafar, and Aladdin and the King of Thieves, charmed children and adults worldwide in the 1990s while addressing complicated themes like freedom, family, and personal responsibility. 

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Aladdin Dog Name Considerations

One of our early responsibilities as a pet owner is picking a name for our new canine companion, an exciting but sometimes challenging task. It is important to choose thoughtfully as not only is it a name you will be hearing quite a lot, a name that your dog finds confusing or difficult to make out may have a negative effect on bonding and training while a name that they naturally respond to may have a positive effect. When choosing a new name for your new dog there are several considerations that can affect your choice. Your individual dog’s appearance and personality can help to narrow down your choices, giving a name like Midas or Gold to a dog with a golden coat, or Rajah for that dog that is always by your side, and there are plenty of thieves’ names on the list, like Cassim, Abu, and Street Rat, for that dog that keeps stealing your shoes. Names like Razoul, Tiger, or Sphinx may suit a dog meant to serve not only as a member of the family but also as a guardian, while names like Prince Ali, Jewel, or Wonder might be just the thing for dogs destined to be in the spotlight. 

Male Aladdin Dog Names

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Abis Mal
A clumsy and duplicitous thief who gains possession of a magic lamp
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Abu
The kleptomaniac monkey that serves as Aladdin’s friend and sidekick
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Achmed
An arrogant prince and potential but rejected suitor for Princess Jasmine
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Aladdin
A street urchin who falls in love with the princess of Agrabah
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Amir
Prince Achmed’s white steed is named Amir
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Beggar
Jafar disguised himself as a beggar to gain Aladdin’s trust
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Cassim
The legendary King of Thieves and Aladdin’s father
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Challenge
An initiation ritual into the Forty Thieves which Aladdin undertakes in the third movie
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Cupid
Jasmine and Aladdin fly past a Cupid statue in Ancient Greece during the song “A Whole New World”
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Dagger
Until Aladdin meets his father again in Aladdin and the Forty Thieves, a dagger is all he has to remember him by
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Farouk
A fruit stand merchant who aggressively guards his product against thieves
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Fazahl
A fat, darkly colored royal guard with a long mustache
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Gazeem
A cohort of Jafar who was swallowed by the Cave of Wonders
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Genie
The Genie of the Lamp is a powerful spirit that Aladdin frees when he rubs the magic lamp
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Hakim
A tall, thin royal guard who is pale and pessimistic
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Hamed
The Sultan’s actual name is Hamed Bobolonius II
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Iago
The sidekick of Jafar; a loud and obnoxious parrot with red plumage
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Jafar
The Sultan’s most trusted and least trustworthy of servants
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Midas
The Sultan’s most trusted and least trustworthy of servants
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Ottoman
Sultans are the royalty of some Muslim countries, notably the former Ottoman Empire
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Peddler
A mysterious peddler introduces us to the story of Aladdin and his magic lamp
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Prince Ali
Aladdin uses one of the Genie’s wishes to become a Prince in order to impress Princess Jasmine
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Rajah
Princess Jasmine’s pet tiger is a loyal and loving friend
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Razoul
The Captain of Royal Guards of Agrabah
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Sa'Luk
The ruthless and violent second in command of the Forty Thieves
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Street Rat
Aladdin was known as a street rat before recovering the magic lamp
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Sultan
The kind-hearted ruler of Agrabah and Princess Jasmine’s father
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Tiger
The guardian of the Cave of Wonders was a gigantic tiger’s head formed of shifting sand
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Turtle
The vanishing island that houses the Hand of Midas is really a marble castle on the back of a giant turtle
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Vizier
A high official and an advisor to the Sultan in the Ottoman Empire

Female Aladdin Dog Names

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Agrabah
The country that the Sultan rules over is called Agrabah
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Apple
Aladdin first meets Princess Jasmine when she is accused of stealing an apple from an apple merchant
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Bakhtawar
A stern woman who chases Aladdin out of a room of harem girls, the name is a Muslim name meaning lucky
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Camel
There are several camels featured in Agrabah
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Carpet
A magic flying carpet that is an old friend of the Genie of the Lamp
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China
Aladdin and Jasmine watch fireworks at a celebration in China
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Darwish
The horse of Jafar’s cohort Gazeem
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Diamond
Only a “diamond in the rough” is allowed to enter the Cave of Wonders
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Elephant
There are several elephants featured in the Aladdin movies as they are a sign of wealth and royalty
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Flight
The magic carpet has the powers of sentience and flight
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Freedom
Freedom is a central theme and Genie wishes for freedom above all other things
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Gold
The coveted Hand of Midas turns everything it touches into gold
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Harem
There are several dancing harem girls seen in the Aladdin movie
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Jasmine
Jasmine is the only daughter of the Sultan of Agrabah
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Jewel
Aladdin gives Jasmine a jeweled flower as a gift in Return of Jafar
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Loyalty
Loyalty, family, and love are recurring themes in the Aladdin movies
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Magic
The power of magic and wishes figure prominently in these stories
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Magma
Molten rock that sometimes escapes to the surface of the earth through fissures and volcanoes; the ultimate foe of Jafar
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Mehrunisa
A minor character in the first movie who finds Aladdin “rather tasty,” the name means woman who is beautiful in Arabic
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Oracle
The entity bound to a staff that is given to Aladdin and Jasmine as a wedding gift
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Palace
The Sultan and Princess Jasmine live in a grand palace
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Princess
The daughter of a Sultan is known as a princess
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Queen
Jasmine will become Queen once the Sultan dies or steps down
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Sesame
The hideout of the forty thieves is Mount Sesame
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Sphinx
Jasmine and Aladdin’s magical carpet ride causes the artisan carving the Sphinx to chisel off part of the nose
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Thief
The third movie is Aladdin and the King of Thieves and there are many thieves featured throughout the Aladdin movies
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Three
The number of wishes that a master of the lamp is allowed
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Treasure
Many of the characters in the Aladdin movies desire treasure and riches
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Trickery
Both the villains and the heroes use trickery to stay “one step ahead” in the Aladdin movies
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Wonder
Aladdin finds the magic lamp in the legendary Cave of Wonders

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