Belarusian Language Dog Names

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Introduction

Nowadays, when it seems as if the whole world is speaking English, being fluent in another language is considered to be a great advantage. If you are someone who loves to explore new cultures, learn new languages, and embrace new ideas, learning Belarusian sounds like a fun thing to do. Belarusian is an East Slavic language, similar to Russian, Ukrainian, and Rusyn, with Cyrillic alphabet, widely spoken in Belarus, Poland, Czech Republic, and Ukraine. If you have dived into the Belarusian language in full swing, you may get inspired by the Belarusian culture and name your dog after one of their many talented individuals. 

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Belarusian Language Dog Name Considerations

When you are thinking about the perfect Belarusian name for your dog, you can always turn to the world of art and name them after one of the many talented people that created beautiful artworks, movies, photographs, and books. However, if you are not into naming your dog after people, and you want something more elusive, and if you want more freedom, you can use a good old dictionary and find a word in Belarusian that corresponds to the epithet you think of when you think about your new pup. For example, since your dog is the epitome of love, you can name them Kahanne, which means love in Belarusian. Or, if you want to show the world just how sweet and cute they are, name them Mily, which translates to cute in Belarusian.

If you want to be a bit funny, you can go the classic route and name them Sabaka, which literally translates to dog in Belarusian and Russia as well. Lapa means paw, and Ščaniuk means puppy in Belarusian. If your doggy is the sweetest little munchkin in the world, you can name them Salodki, which means sweet, or if you want to use their fur color as inspiration, you can opt for Biely which means white, Čorny which means black, or Šery which translates to grey in Belarusian.

Male Belarusian Language Dog Names

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Rostislav
After Rostislav Yankovsky, a Belarusian actor, named a People's Artist of the USSR in 1978
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Dmitry
After Dmitry Koldun, a pop singer from Minsk who competed in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007
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Viktor
After Viktor Shalkevich, a Belarusian actor, poet and singer-songwriter
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Louis
After Louis B. Mayer, an American film producer and co-founder of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios, born in what is now Minsk
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Vladimir
After Vladimir Gostyukhin, a Belarusian film and stage actor
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Andrei
After Andrei Gromyko, a Belarusian communist politician
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Gary
Gary Vaynerchuk, a Belarusian American entrepreneur, author, speaker, and a fine wine critic
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Andrei
Andrei Arlovski, a Belarusian mixed martial artist, a former UFC Heavyweight Champion
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Alexander
After Alexander Rybak, a Belarusian-Norwegian singer-composer, and violinist, winner of Eurovision Song Contest
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Boris
After Boris Gelfand, an Israeli chess Grandmaster born in Minsk
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Dimitry
Dimitry Elyashkevich, a producer of MTV’s Jackass and Wildboys, born in Minsk
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Vinsent
After Vinsent, a Belarusian singer and a hip hop artist
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Boris
After Boris Lutsenko, a Belarusian director
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Gennadi
After Gennadi Vengerov, a film and theatre actor and narrator
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Carl
After Carl Don, an actor born in Vitebsk, Belarus
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Marat
After Marat Oyvetsky, a Belarusian film actor
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Borrah
After Borrah Minevitch, a harmonica player and actor born in Minsk
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Franak
Franak Viacorka, a Belarusian youth leader, independent journalist, and screenwriter
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Donald
After Donald Lawton, an actor born in Minsk, Belarus
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Olkhovik
Denis Olkhovik, a Belarusian model who represented his country in Mister Supranational
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Sergey
After Sergey Gonchar, a developer who built MSQRD selfie app
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Eugene
After Eugene Nevgen, a developer who built MSQRD selfie app
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Mikhail
After Mikhail Grabovski, a Belarusian professional ice hockey player
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Pavel
After Pavel Babaryka, a model from Belarus
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Ilia
After Ilia Kryuk, a model from Belarus
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Yan
After Yan Kozel, a model from Belarus
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Artsiom
After Artsiom Kurasau, a tall, dark, and handsome model from Belarus
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Dmitry
After Dmitry Terlecki, a model from Belarus
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Ivan
Ivan Tsikhan, a Belarusian hammer thrower and an Olympic medalist
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Max
After Max Mirnyi, a Belarusian professional tennis player

Female Belarusian Language Dog Names

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Anastasia
Anastasia Belikova, a successful Belarusian model who opened and closed the Miu Miu show in Paris
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Polli
Polli Cannabis, a Belarusian beauty queen who represented Belarus in Miss Earth 2017
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Margarita
After Margarita Timofeevna Mashkatova, a 76-year-old model from Belarus
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Victoria
After Victoria Azarenka, a professional tennis player from Belarus
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Liza
After Liza Martynchik, a young, up and coming model from Belarus
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Kristina
Kristina Bazan, a Belarusian blogger living in Switzerland, founder of Kayture
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Darya
After Darya Domracheva, three time Olympic champion in biathlon
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Katya
After Katya Radetskaya, a model from Minsk, Belarus
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Dina
After Dina Zhukovskaya, a model from Belarus
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Hanna
After Hanna Gendel, a model from Belarus
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Polina
After Polina Bondarovets, a model from Belarus
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Nika
After Nika Zhelubovksaya, a model from Belarus
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Anabela
Anabela Belikova, a successful Belarusian model who opened and closed the Miu Miu show in Paris
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Leila
After Leila Ismailava, a Belarusian journalist for music TV programs
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Volha
Volha Khizhynkova, a beauty pageant contestant who represented Belarus in Miss World in 2008
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Angelica
After Angelica Agurbash, a Belarusian singer and former model
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Zhenya
After Zhenya Katava, a Belarusian model born in Barysaw
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Katsia
Katsia Damankova, a Belarusian model born in Minsk who walked the catwalk for Victoria’s Secret
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Tanya
Tanya Dziahileva, a Belarusian supermodel, artist, and fashion photographer
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Katsiaryna
After Katsiaryna Shulha, a Belarusian actress born in Grodno
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Olga
After Olga Dihovichnaya, a Belarusian and Russian actress and director
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Galina
After Galina Makarova, a Soviet Belarusian theater and film actress
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Vera
After Vera Shpak, a Belarusian and Russian theater and film actress
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Natalia
Natalia Podolskaya, a Belarusian singer who competed at the Eurovision Song Contest for Russia
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Stefaniya
After Stefaniya Stanyuta, a Belarus–Soviet theater and movie actress
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Irina
After Irina Medvedeva, a Belarusian actress
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Yelena
After Yelena Trofimenko, a Belarusian film director and screenwriter
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Bianka
After Bianka, a Belarusian-Russian singer, songwriter and rapper
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Svetlana
Svetlana Boginskaya, a former artistic gymnast for the Soviet Union and Belarus, often called the Belarusian Swan
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Maryna
After Maryna Linchuk, a Belarusian model

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