Honolulu Dog Names

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Introduction

The capital and largest city of Hawaii, Honolulu is located along the southeast coast of the island of O’ahu, encompassing 68.4 square miles. The city is the furthest west of any major U.S. city, is home to about 359,870 people and is a major hub for international business and military defense. Honolulu means “sheltered harbor” or “calm port” and is ranked as the 2nd safest city in the United States. Not only is there plenty to see and do in this popular tourist destination, Honolulu is a great place to find unique name ideas, one of which may be perfect for your pup!

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Honolulu Dog Name Considerations

Hawaii is many people’s idea of paradise. With its beautiful beaches and unique culture, Hawaii is a popular tourist destination for people throughout the world. If you are having a hard time deciding on a name for your new canine companion, taking a closer look at Hawaii’s largest city, Honolulu, can bring you a number of unique name ideas.

Before virtually exploring Honolulu, take some time to figure out what is important to you in a name for your dog. Do you want a unique name? Are you seeking a name with some meaning to you? Are you looking for a name that seems to suit your pup? Once you are sure of what you are hoping to find in a name for your dog, take yourself on a virtual tour of Honolulu. As you learn more about its neighborhoods, beaches, well-known residents, and favorite foods, you can make a list of any potential names that appeal to you. You can then decide on the one that best fits your canine pal. 

With a name from Honolulu, your pup will not only have a unique moniker; you will receive regular reminders of a beautiful place every time you call their name.

Male Honolulu Dog Names

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Palolo
A residential neighborhood in Honolulu located about four miles east of downtown Honolulu
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Ward
For Ward Village, a master planned community in Honolulu
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Kuhio
For Kuhio Beach, a small subsection of Waikiki Beach
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Waimanalo
For Waimanalo Beach, a 5.5 mile stretch of white sand beach
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Duke
For Duke Kahanamoku Beach, located in front of Hilton Hawaiian Village
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Satoru
For Satoru Abe, a sculptor and painter born in Honolulu
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Lotopue
For Lotopue David Aupiu, a former NFL player
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Dallas
For Dallas Nogata White, a photographer from Honolulu
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Sid
For Sid Fernandez, a major league baseball player who was born in Honolulu
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Bruno
For Bruno Mars, a singer and songwriter born in Honolulu
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Byron
For Byron Chamberlain, a former player in the NFL, who was born in Honolulu
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Jake
For Jake Shimabukuro, a well-known ukulele virtuoso and composer born in Honolulu
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Barack
For US President Barack Obama, who was born in Honolulu
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Clyde
For Clyde Kusatsu, an actor born in Honolulu
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Koko
For Koko Crater, a volcanic tuff cone
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Bowfin
For the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park
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Don
For singer Don Ho, who was born in Honolulu
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Pierre
For Pierre Omidyar, the founder of eBay who resides in Hawaii
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Pahu
Hawaii’s state musical instrument
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Taro
Hawaii’s state plant
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Jerome
For Major League Baseball player Jerome Williams who was born in Honolulu
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Saimin
A traditional local food in Hawaii
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Poke
A chunky raw fish salad that is popular in Hawaii
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Akamu
Means “the red earth”
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Kai
Means “ocean” or “sea”
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Coconut
A fruit found throughout Hawaii
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Poi
A staple food in the diet of Hawaiians
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Ukulele
A Hawaiian musical instrument that is shaped like small guitar
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Ron
For Major League Baseball player Ron Darling, who is from Honolulu
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Byron
For Byron Chamberlain, a former NFL player born in Honolulu

Female Honolulu Dog Names

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Waikiki
A Honolulu neighborhood that is famous for Waikiki Beach
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Aina
For Aina Haina, an unincorporated town in the city and county of Honolulu
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Moana
For Ala Moana, a commercial, retail and residential district of Honolulu
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Alewa
For Alewa Heights, a neighborhood in Honolulu
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Kaimuki
A residential neighborhood in Honolulu
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Kalihi
A neighborhood located west of Honolulu
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Makiki
An area in Honolulu located northeast of the downtown Honolulu area
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Manoa
For Manoa Falls in Honolulu
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Moanalua
A valley and residential neighborhood in Honolulu
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Pauoa
An unincorporated town in north central Honolulu county
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Kaimana
For Kaimana Beach, a small, quiet beach south of Waikiki
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Kahala
For Kahala Beach in Honolulu
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Francys
For Francys Arsentiev, who was born in Honolulu; the first woman from the US to reach the summit of Mount Everest without bottled oxygen
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Waimea
For the Waimea River in Honolulu
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Pearl
For Pearl Harbor
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Iolani
Iolani Palace in downtown Honolulu
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Bernice
Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last of the royal Kamehameha family descendants
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Diamond
For the Diamond Head State Monument
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Hanauma
For Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve
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Pupukea
A land division nestled along the North Shore of Oahu
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Hanalei
A little town on Kauai’s North Shore
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Kapiolani
For Kapiolani Regional Park in Honolulu
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Palama
A working class neighborhood in Honolulu
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Haleiwa
Considered a hippie and surfer’s paradise
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Hula
For the “state dance” of Hawaii
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Kukui
The state tree of Hawaii
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Aloha
A Hawaiian word used as a greeting
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Lei
A necklace of flowers
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Queen
For Queen’s Beach, located just south of Kuhio Beach

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