Dzongkha Language Dog Names

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Introduction

Dzongkha, which people also call Bhutanese, is a Sino-Tibetan language. It’s the national and official language of the Kingdom of Bhutan and has over half a million speakers of it in Bhutan alone. Dzongkha translates to the language of the district and incorporates Dzong architecture, history, and more. It’s quite a unique and historical language, so it makes sense that people would look for appropriate Dzongkha language dog names.

If you want to stay away from more traditional pet names and try something a little out of the box, then Dzongkha language is not out of the question. Read on to find out more about your options. 

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Dzongkha Language Dog Name Considerations

There is no single reason why people might start to look for Dzongkha language dog names. You may speak the language, know someone who does or appreciate the culture and history of it. Whatever your reasons, you’re bound to find an abundance of suitable names. You’ll also learn many that aren’t suitable as well.

Knowing that not every word or name relating to Dzongkha language will be appropriate, you have to be careful as you narrow down your options. Consider your dog’s personality, the meaning of words and names, and even gender, breed, and color.

The most important consideration is a Dzongkha language word’s meaning. The word might sound beautiful, but what if it means something horrid or offensive? You can’t take that risk. When you find a name or names you like, research the meaning to make sure it’s okay. While you’re at it, determine whether the title will suit either gender.

Breed and color can form a part of your consideration if the word or name describes it. For example, Naap means black in the Dzongkha language. Such a word could suit your dog. There’s no time to waste. Start looking for suitable Dzongkha language dog names today.

Male Dzongkha Language Dog Names

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Sino
Of Sino-Tibetan language
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Kha
Meaning language
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Dzong
The word for district
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Gasa
A district of which Dzongkha is the native tongue
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Para
A district that speaks Dzongkha
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Uchen
Of the Uchen script for Dzongkha language
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Jot
Of Jôtshum, meaning formal longhand
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Tshûm
Print form of Dzongkha
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George
Of George van Driem who created a phonetic transcription system
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Kuzu
Part of the Dzongkha word for hello
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Chillip
A tourist or guest
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Maza
Part of the word for sorry or excuse me
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Chi
Number one in Dzongkha
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Sum
The word for three in Dzongkha
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Zhi
Dzongkha language for numeral four
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Drew
A play on dru, number six in Dzongkha
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Duen
The word for seven in Dzongkha
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Baza
O'clock in Dzongkha
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Zha
Referring to a number of days
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Dhaw
Referring to months in Dzongkha
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Phurbu
The Dzongkha word for Wednesday
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Pemba
The Dzongkha word for Friday
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Dawa
Sunday in Dzongkha language
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Naba
Dzongkha language for today
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Naap
The word for black in Dzongkha
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Roche
Meaning dog in Dzongkha
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Chup
Meaning sour in Dzongkha
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Datsi
The word for cheese in Dzongkha
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Kewa
The Dzongkha word for potato
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Soera
To give someone a tip

Female Dzongkha Language Dog Names

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Jôyi
Meaning cursive longhand
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Joy
Short for Jôyi
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Karma
A time-related word in Dzongkha
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Rubel
A name for a turtle in Dzongkha language
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Boom
The slang word for a girl in Dzongkha
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Bolo
Where to next?
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Loni
To do a u-turn
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Nalu
To arrive somewhere
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Ara
The local drink in Bhutan
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Ema
Of dried chilli
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Suja
A butter tea
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Zhim
When something is delicious
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Nya
The word for a fish
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Jiley
What you would call a cat in Dzongkha
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Jichu
The word for a bird in Dzongkha
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Jetsun
The Queen Consort of Bhutan
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Neten
A Bhutanese politician
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Sonam
A Bhutanese actress
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Kezang
Kezang Wangmo is a Bhutanese politician
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Lhaki
Lhaki Dolma is a Bhutanese actress
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Dolma
Of Lhaki Dolma, the Bhutanese actress
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Dechen
Of Dechen Pam, the singer
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Rinzi
A female archer
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Sherab
An Olympic archer
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Pem
Of the famous female archer
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Lenchu
A Bhutan sports shooter
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Sonam
The first Bhutanese entrepreneur to make it to a Forbes list
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Choden
Of Kunzang Choden, a Bhutanese author
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Tashi
Meaning good, as part of good luck
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Kadrin
Thank you in Dzongkha

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