Armenian Dog Names

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Introduction

Armenia (officially the Republic of Armenia) is located in Western Asia on the Armenian Highlands. The country is a unitary, multi-party, democratic nation-state that has an ancient cultural heritage. The Kingdom of Armenia reached its height under Tigranes the Great in the 1st century BC and was the first state in the world to adopt Christianity as its official religion (during the late 3rd or early 4th century AD). The First Republic of Armenia was established in 1918 following the Russian Revolution, with the modern Republic of Armenia becoming independent in 1991 when the Soviet Union was dissolved. Armenia’s terrain is mostly mountainous and includes fast flowing rivers.

When seeking a unique name for your pup, Armenia is home to many possibilities. Take a closer look at the country and see if something jumps out as just the right name for your canine companion.

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Armenian Dog Name Considerations

You have brought your new pooch home and now it is time to answer the all-important question; what do you name your dog? On occasion, this will be an easy decision; however, often it is not. You want to decide on a name that suits your pooch and that won’t get tiresome to call many times a day for years to come. Finding that right name is likely not as easy as you would hope.

One way to go when seeking a name for your best buddy is to look to a place that has meaning to you. Let’s say Armenia brings to mind positive thoughts; it is worth a look at the country for name possibilities. You may also turn to Armenia if your pup reminds you of a dog from the country, or is of a breed that originated there, like the Gampr, that is native to the Armenia highlands.

Regardless of what has led to you turn to Armenia for ideas of what to name your pooch, you will find that the country has plenty of potential names for you to consider; one of which may be just what you are looking for! 

Male Armenian Dog Names

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Yerevan
Armenia’s capital and largest city
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Vanadzor
The third largest city in Armenia
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Abovyan
A urban community that is located about 10 miles northeast of Yerevan
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Kapan
A city in southern Armenia
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Khash
A popular Armenian dish
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Armavir
A community located in western Armenia
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Art
For Artashat, a community that is located about 30 kilometers southeast of Yerevan
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Shampour
For Shampours; marinated meat put on skewers that is popular in Armenia
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Gavar
A town in central Armenia in the mountains of the Gegham range
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Goris
A town in the southern part of Armenia
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Ararat
A town in Armenia that is located about 26 miles southeast of its capital
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Artik
A town in Armenia famous for its tufa stones
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Sevan
One of the most popular resorts in Armenia
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Spitak
A town and urban community 60 miles north of Yerevan
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Berd
A town in northeast Armenia
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Talin
A town located in western Armenia
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Vorotan
For the Vorotan River, a left tributary of the Araks River
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Dilijan
For Dilijan National Park
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Gegham
For the Gegham Mountains in Armenia
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Andre
For Andre Agassi, the professional tennis player who is Armenian in ethnicity
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Khor
For Khor Virap Monastery, the most visited pilgrimage site in Armenia
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Nikol
For Nikol Pashinyan, the Prime Minister of Armenia
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Mikoyan
For the Mikoyan Museum, located in Armenia, dedicated to the designer of the first Russian jet fighter
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Geghard
For the Geghard Monastery in Armenia that is carved out of cliffs
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Zorat
For Zorats Karer, known as the “Armenian Stonehenge”
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Malkhas
For Malkhas Jazz Club in Yerevan
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Caucasus
For the Caucasus Mountains in Armenia
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Tatev
For the Tatev Monastery where you can ride on the world’s longest aerial tramway
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Lahmacun
Armenia’s version of pizza
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Chalo
For the dog participating in Armenia’s protests

Female Armenian Dog Names

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Vedi
A town located along the Vedi River
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Vardenis
A town in the valley of the Masrik River in Armenia
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Harissa
An Armenian dish that is a thick porridge
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Baklava
A sweet dessert pastry popular in Armenia
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Dolma
Meat or vegetables rolled in grape leaves
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Gata
An Armenian pastry
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Mante
A traditional Armenian dish of baked dumplings with garlic yogurt and tomato sauce
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Martuni
A town in Armenia on the southern shores of Lake Sevan
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Alaverdi
A town in northeast Armenia near the Georgia border
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Sisi
For Sisian, a town located on the Vorotan River in Armenia
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Mara
For Maralik, a town in western Armenia
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Meghri
A town in southern Armenia near its border with Iran
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Arpa
For the Arpa River, which flows through Armenia
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Arpi
For Lake Arpi, located in the northwest part of the country
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Kari
For Lake Kari, located in the slopes of Mount Aragat in Armenia
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Erebuni
For Erebuni State Reserve in Armenia
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Ghapama
An Armenian stuffed pumpkin dish
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Zaruhi
For Zaruhi Postanjyan, a famous Armenian politician
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Zabel
For Zabel Yesayan, a famous Armenian writer and poet
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Gohar
For Gohar Gasparyan, the most famous opera singer of Armenia
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Carla
For Carla Garapedian, an Armenian who filmed well-known documentaries
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Nazik
For Nazik Avdalyan, an Armenian weightlifter
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Garni
For Garni Gorge, located in Armenia
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Gemini
A popular cafe in Yerevan
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Areni
A village in Armenia
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Basturma
Seasoned beef popular in Armenia
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Tabbouleh
A common Armenian salad
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Dolmama
For Dolmama’s, often considered the best restaurant in Yerevan
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Gyumri
Armenia's second largest city
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Lori
The name of an Armenian Province

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