Djibouti Dog Names

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Introduction

The country of Djibouti is located on the Horn of Africa. The terrain there is quite varied, featuring both stunning beaches and desert regions. The languages spoken are mostly Arabic and French. Lake Assal is located here and is one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world! The capital is called Djibouti city and is built on coral reefs. Despite the desert terrain, there is an abundance of trees here such as the fig and the olive, although only 1% of the land is forested. Sports are a favorite pastime during leisure hours and the country is known for its multicolored textiles. Such a diverse country will provide plenty of name suggestions for your new furry family member!

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Djibouti Dog Name Considerations

If the thought of having to give that newest family member a name causes you to shake in your boots, or, if you picture it as a vast, mountain looming off in the distance, impossible to climb, we at WAG! can help reduce your stress levels!  While we admit that the list of possible tags for your four-legged furry friend is seemingly endless, management is possible when approached with a plan!  We want to help you navigate the long and winding road that leads to that perfect and unique moniker for your pup.  We want to suggest a theme to help narrow your search, and our suggestion is to consider Djibouti dog names.  Djibouti is a republic located on the Horn of Africa, with the French, Arabic, and Somali having the most influence on their culture.  You could explore their cuisine, trying Samosa (a fried pastry appetizer made with meat, onions, and veggies), or Xalwo (a term applied to sweet treats), or even Omar (Arabic and Hebrew word meaning eloquent speaker) as a fit for your frisky friend.  Come along with us as we explore these names, among others listed here.

Male Djibouti Dog Names

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Fah-Fah
Djiboutian stew of goat (or camel or lamb) meat, veggies and chillies
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Canjeero
Sponge-like bread served to soak up the stew sauce
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Laxoox
A spongy nutritious flatbread
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Cambaboor
A more elaborate version of Laxoox with onion, garlic, teff flour, nigella or anise seed and curcuma
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Skudahkharis
Djibouti lamb stew make with rice, lamb and ayurvedic spices
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Shaah
Tea mixed with condensed milk
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Sabayaad
Lightly fried bread filled with onion and meat
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Andreas
A popular name in Djibouti that means manlike, manly, brave
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Bas
A popular name in Djibouti that means majestic
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Boris
Popular name in Djibouti meaning combatant
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Bridge
Popular in Djibouti, name means lives near a bridge; a variant of Bridger
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Claus
Popular Djibouti name meaning victor by the people; loved by all
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Frank
Popular in Djibouti name is diminutive of Latin Francis meaning Frenchman or freeman
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Abdikani
English origin, popular in Djibouti meaning rich
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Abate
Another popular name in Djibouti that is used as a occupational name for a priest
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Hassan
Popular in Djibouti, name means one who possesses great beauty
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Henk
Popular name in Djibouti, name means ruler, king
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Salah
Righteousness, another popular name in Djibouti
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Rani
A popular name in Djibouti which means song
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Benjamin
French, Jewish, English and Hebrew name meaning son of the south; in the Bible it means son of the right hand
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Hamza
Arabic name for strong, steadfast
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Nelson
Nelson Mandela, the first black President in South Africa
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Malik
Arabic descent, name means king and master
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Chikae
African name meaning God's power
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Mohamed
Arabic name for the founder of Islamic religion; means praiseworthy, glorified
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Omar
Arabic and Hebrew name meaning eloquent speaker
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Aden
Arabic, Somali and Hebrew name meaning attractive, handsome, pleasure given
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Yacine
Arabic name of the first surah of the Quran
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Ali
Arabic name meaning high, elevated, champion
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Ahmed
Arabic name meaning much praised

Female Djibouti Dog Names

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Samosa
Also called Sambuussa, an appetizer of fried pastry with meat, onions and veggies
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Zuuqar
Thick sauce of tomato paste and grated veggies, sometimes used over samosas
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Beignet
Beignet de Bananes, a sweet treat of bananas, flour and nutmeg, sometimes made with milk and egg; fried and served warm with honey or powdered sugar topping
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Mukbaza
Yeman's traditional fish meal and its accompanying side dishes
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Xalwo
A term applied to sweet treats in Djibouti
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Buna
Flavored coffee with cinnamon, cardamon and cloves
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Fadira
Lightly fried bread filled with chicken
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Adya
Popular Djibouti name that means born on the first day of the week
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Anna
Popular in Djibouti, this name means gracious, sweet and bitter, sad
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Carmelina
A popular name in Djibouti that means gold
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Cecile
A name meaning ghost which is popular in Djibouti
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Eva
Name meaning life, living one, variant of Eve that is popular in Djibouti
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Florine
A popular name meaning bloom
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Halima
Name meaning one who possesses kindness which is popular in Djibouti
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Habon
Arabic, Australian, Dutch and German name which means helpful, hopeful, kindness
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Hiba
Arabic name meaning gift, grant
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Hodan
Somalian name meaning rich, wealthy
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Luna
Name meaning Goddess of the Moon which is popular in Djibouti
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Zuheyra
Name means small flower, popular in Djibouti
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Safa
Arabic name meaning innocent
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Ikram
A unisex Arabic name meaning honor
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Nadia
French form of the Russian name Nadya which means hope
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Hawa
Arabic name meaning desire
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Ayana
African and Ethiopian name that means pretty flower
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Shaka
African name that means first or founder
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Mallika
Arabic and Swahili word meaning queen
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Shaniqua
African American word meaning grace of God
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Fathia
Arabic word for victory
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Hasna
Arabic word meaning beautiful
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Yasmin
Arabic and Persian name meaning jasmine flower

Community Dogs With Djibouti Names