Giza Dog Names

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Introduction

Have you just brought home a new four-legged buddy? You are probably searching for a name to bestow upon your new dog. One of the best ways to pick a name is to think about something that interests you. Are you fascinated with ancient Egypt? Maybe you are dreaming of someday visiting the great pyramids of Giza and viewing the statuesque Spynx firsthand. If these thoughts intrigue you then why not choose a name for your pooch that reflects your interest in Egypt? We've compiled a list to help you do just that!

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Giza Dog Name Considerations

Do you own a Pharoah Hound? If so, then you might want to pick a Giza moniker for your furry friend.

In Egypt, dogs were once the beloved companions of the pharoahs and the royals. They were valued for their intelligence, companionship, and hunting skills. Packs of dogs would often trot along beside the chariots on hunting trips when going to battle, or other outings. The canines were also used as guards and sentinels to alert anyone over anything amiss. Even the religion of the Egyptians honored dogs. Dogs and cats all held special places in the hearts of Egyptians. The animals were so favored that they would often be mummified and buried in tombs right alongside their owners.

In the Valley of the Kings, constructed beside the great pyramids of Giza, sits the half dog/leopard and half pharaoh statue known as the Sphinx. No one is sure exactly what the creature's function served. Perhaps it was supposed to guard the grand pyramids, or maybe it was constructed to honor the gods. Nonetheless, the dog and cat resemblance is very noticeable in the statue's construction. 

If you want to pick the perfect name for your canine companion that focuses on your fascination with Giza, then you could choose one of the names of the great pyramids: Khufu, Khafre, or Menkaure. 

Male Giza Dog Names

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Aharon
A high or exalted mountain
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Abraxas
One who is a great chief
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Abrax
An archon of mythology
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Abanoub
An ancient king
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Ra
God of the sun
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Ramses
Son of Ra
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Osiris
One of the Gods' of the dead
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Ammon
One who is unseen or concealed
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Anubis
The Egyptians' god of the dead and embalming
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Khnurn
Refers to the reborn sun
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Kosey
The name of a lion
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Khentimentiu
The great mythical god of destiny
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Hanbal
One who is pure and perfect
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Horus
The God of light
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Hager
A stranger
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Eshaq
The name of a prophet
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Femi
A man who loves
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Donkor
Refers to one who is humble
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Aten
A sun disc
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Bast
A fire or heat
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Radames
A hero
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Moke
A person as sweet as honey
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Nephi
A good son
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Menefer
One from a beautiful city
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Moeshe
A child pulled from water
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Masudi
A merry and delightful person
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Masudah
A happy man
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Masud
A person with good fortune
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Lateef
One with a mild nature
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Lukman
He who is a prophet

Female Giza Dog Names

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Nenet
One who is both spiritual and divine.
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Nefertiti
A beautiful female pharaoh
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Neferure
A human being
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Nubia
One with golden treasures
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Onofria
An Egyptian goddess
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Nanu
Pretty and cute
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Berenike
A female who brings victory
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Dalilah
A weak individual
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Ebonee
This name refers to the color black
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Edrice
A prosperous ruler
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Isis
The goddess of magic
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Feme
A name of love
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Khepri
The morning sun
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Kissa
Twin sisters
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Kleopatra
A name variation of Cleopatra
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Lapis
A stone of blue
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Mandisa
Something sweet
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Masika
A girl born during a rain storm
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Moswen
A light skinned person
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Nephthys
A lady of the boundaries
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Chione
A daughter of the Nile
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Tiye
The goddess of light
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Rehema
A compassionate woman
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Thema
Refers to the queen
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Shani
A wonderful woman
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Tauret
The goddess of all pregnant women
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Nanu
One who is pretty and cute
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Safiya
A pure girl
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Maye
The beloved of Amun
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Midge
The darling of Amun

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