Black Norwegian Elkhound Dog Names

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Introduction

The Black Norwegian Elkhound, otherwise known as the Norwegian Moose Dog, Norsk Elghund Black, Black Elkhound, or Norsk Elghund Sort, is a rare Spitz breed that is hardly ever found outside of its native Norway. Coat color is the only difference between the Black Norwegian Elkhound and the more common gray Norwegian Elkhound. They are easy to train, make excellent hunting dogs and companion dogs. The Black Norwegian Elkhound learns best when positive reinforcement is used; they do not respond well to rough training techniques. They are almost too smart for their own good and can many times outsmart unsuspecting owners. The Black Norwegian Elkhound is an active dog and loves to be outdoors in the cooler weather. 

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Black Norwegian Elkhound Dog Name Considerations

When you are researching the different breeds of dog you may be interested in adding, do not count out the Black Norwegian Elkhound. However, be prepared to search long and far to find a breeder of Black Norwegian Elkhounds. There are no known breeders of the Black Norwegian Elkhound in North America so you will need to import a puppy or adult from probably Norway since the largest population of Black Norwegian Elkhounds is located there. Once you are able to find a Black Norwegian Elkhound to bring home to your family, it will be time to start searching for the perfect name for your new companion. 

Since they are a Norwegian breed, your search will probably begin in Norway with the most popular Norwegian names. Many of these names will sound odd and be difficult to pronounce, however, there are several other names that are common and easier to say such as Anders, Espen, Felix, Nora, and Sophie. There are also names that are found in legends such as Bram, the featured dog from the legend of why the Black Norwegian Elkhound’s tail curls over its back. When deciding on your new friend’s name, take your time, this is a name that will be imprinted on your heart for a lifetime. 

Male Black Norwegian Elkhound Dog Names

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Anders
Strong and manly
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Felix
Happy and fortunate
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Espen
The bear of God
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Sverre
To spin or swing wildly
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Cato
Intelligent and shrewd
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Marius
From Mars the god of war
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Svante
Celebrating people
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Oscar
The fastness of a divine spear
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Sindre
Sparkling one
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Leif
Person who is going to inherit
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Tollak
The games and weapons of Thor
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Henrik
Ruler of the home
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Ansfrid
Protected by God
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Endre
Derived from Greek, meaning manly
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Morten
Derivative of Mars, the god of war
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Lars
Crowned with laurels
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Skule
One who likes to stay hidden
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Runar
A magical, secret man
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Fredrick
A peaceful ruler
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Erec
Always mighty
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Sigge
He is always victorious
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Thor
Norse god of thunder
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Jonas
Gift from God
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Nils
Accomplishment of the people
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Finnigan
Descendent of the fair ones
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Trygg
A shield or shelter; protector
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Rurik
A legendary and notable leader
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Steinar
One who is a stone warrior
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Borre
He who is a great help
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Bram
A bramble; a thicket of wild gorse

Female Black Norwegian Elkhound Dog Names

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Camilla
Helper to the priest
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Ingrid
The daughter of a hero
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Silva
From the forest or woodlands
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Ronya
The daughter of a robber
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Tuva
Charming; a beautiful lady
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Annika
Graceful; favored or gracious
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Nora
Honorable; lightness
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Sophie
She is clever and wise
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Lulla
Legendary female warrior
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Ida
To labor or work
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Beret
Glorious and bright person
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Maya
Mother or great one
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Erikka
Ruler of the people
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Regna
To make a decision; to advise
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Carina
Beloved; dear
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Vera
Faith or truth
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Mette
A precious pearl
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Jannie
God is gracious
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Tone
To thunder or storm
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Lene
Distinguished; well-known
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Sissel
Without sight
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Kari
Pure, clear; chaste
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Anette
Favor; full of grace
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Gydda
Forceful; aggressive or warlike
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Siri
Beautiful victory
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Unni
Poor and afflicted
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Heidi
Being of noble birth
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Reka
A mighty and distinguished person
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Grete
A precious pearl
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Torill
The battle of Thor

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