Dushanbe Dog Names

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Introduction

The capital and largest city of Tajikistan, Dushanbe grew from a small village to a city with a population of around 802,000. Dushanbe means “Monday” in the Tajik language, which is the local language of the area. The city got its name because the village had a popular market every Monday. The city has a Mediterranean climate where summers are hot and dry and winters are chilly while not being very cold.

The city of Dushanbe has a lot to offer and is a great place to turn when looking for a unique moniker for your new canine pal. A closer look at the city will introduce you to a myriad of options, one of which may be perfect for your pup. 

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Dushanbe Dog Name Considerations

Trying to decide on the perfect name for your pup can make you want to growl in frustration. There may be multiple things are you looking for in the name that you choose, making it a bit of a challenge. Fortunately, we can help.

First, take some time to really understand what it is you are looking for in a name. Determining what is important to you will be key as you decide on a moniker for your new pal. Are you looking for something unique? A name that fits your dog’s personality? Something with meaning to you? Or perhaps, all of the above. One way you can find ideas that meet these criteria is to choose a place that you care about and take a closer look. Let’s say the city of Dushanbe in Tajikistan is important to you. A virtual tour will introduce you to many name opportunities to consider that will be unique and offer frequent reminders of the city. Nature lovers, for example, can name their pup Fann, in honor of the Fann Mountains in the area or Varzob, for the Varzob River that flows in the city. 

With a name from Dushanbe, the city will be brought to mind each time you call for your pup.

Male Dushanbe Dog Names

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Dushanbe
In the Tajik language, Dushanbe means Monday
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Varzob
The city of Dushanbe is located at the confluence of the Varzob River and the Kofarnihon River
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Kofarnihon
For the Kofarnihon River that flows through Dushanbe
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Gurminj
For the Gurminj Museum of Musical Instruments
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Hissar
For the Hissar Fort
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Anzob
For the Anzob Tunnel, located 80 kilometers northwest of Dushanbe
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Djlshod
For Dilshod Jamoliddinovich Nazarov, a track and field athlete from Dushanbe who competes in the hammer throw
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Nurek
For the Nurek Reservoir, which is the world’s second highest dam
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Alexeu
For Alexeu Golubev, a director from Dushanbe
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Jama
For Jama Jurabaev, a conceptual artist from Dushanbe
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Farrukh
For Farrukh Amonatov, a chess grandmaster from Dushanbe
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Kefir
A drinkable yogurt popular in Tajikstan
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Kaymak
A high fat clotted cream in Tajikstan
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Abdumalik
For Abdumalik Bahori, a children’s poet and fiction writer from Dushanbe
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Murivat
For Murivat Bekhnazarov, an artist who attended the Olimov State Art College in Dushanbe
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Olimov
For the Olimov State Art College in Dushanbe
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Sherali
For Sherali Dostiev, a boxer born in Dushanbe
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Laghman
A dish that includes pulled noodles, meat and vegetables that is popular in Tajikstan
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Qurotob
Considered the national dish of Tajikstan
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Palav
A rice dish that includes shredded yellow turnip or carrot with pieces of meat
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Yuri
For Yuri Baturenko, a former professional football player and currently a coach who was born in Dushanbe
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Artyom
For Artyom Beketov, a footballer from Dushanbe
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Artur
For Artur Olegovich Gladyshev, a singer born in Dushanbe
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Alexander
For Alexander Frank, a footballer born in Dushanbe
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Zuhuh
For Zuhuh Habibullaev, an artist from the state
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Umarali
For Umarali Quvvatov, a businessman and politician from Dushanbe
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Zafar
For Zafar Nozim, a folk singer born in Dushanbe
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Vladimir
For Vladimir Landsman, a violinist and teacher from Dushanbe.
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Pelmini
A type of dumplings that are popular in Tajikistan
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Ghalaba
A popular restaurant in Dushanbe

Female Dushanbe Dog Names

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Vahdat
For the Vahdat Palace in Dushanbe
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Yagnob
For the Yagnob Valley
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Avicenna
A district of Dushanbe
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Ferdowsi
A district of Dushanbe
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Rudaki
For Rudaki Park
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Pamir
For the Pamir Highway
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Victory
For Victory Park in Dushanbe
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Manti
Steamed meat dumplings popular in Tajikstan
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Fann
For the Fann Mountains
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Boghi
For the Boghi Poytakht Park
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Kara
For the Karatag Gorge
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Marian
For the Marian Guesthouse in Dushanbe
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Ayni
For the Ayni Opera and Ballet Theatre
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Shabnam
For Shabnam Surayyo, a pop singer from Dushanbe
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Chaykhona
For the Chaykhona Rokhat tea house in Dushanbe
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Angelina
For Angelina Grun, a volleyball player from Dushanbe
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Firuza
For Firuza Alifova, a singer from Dushanbe
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Chaka
A sour milk preparation popular among Tajiks
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Zebo
For Zebo Muhiddinovna Aminzoda, a ballet dancer and choreographer from Dushanbe
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Sambusa
A triangle-shaped pastry with either a meat and onion stuffing or pumpkin and onion stuffing, popular in Tajikstan
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Larisa
For Larisa Nazarovna Dodkhudoeva, an art historian from Dushanbe
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Malika
For Malika Kolontarova, a dancer born in Dushanbe
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Svetlana
For Svetlana Alexandrovna Kitova, a middle-distance runner for Dushanbe
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Farangis
For Farangis Nurulla-Khoja, a contemporary music composer born in Dushanbe
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Zarrina
For Zarrina Mirshakar, a composer born in Dushanbe
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Shoista
For Shoista Mullojonova, a singer born in Dushanbe
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Lola
For Lola Dodkhudoeva, a historian born in Dushanbe
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Elena
For Elena Tatarkova, a tennis player born in Dushanbe
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Tatyana
For Tatyana Khashimovna Nikitina, a prominent Russian bard, born in Dushanbe
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Tahmina
For Tahmina Niyazova, a singer born in Dushanbe

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