Judaism Dog Names

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Introduction

Judaism dates back at least 4,000 years. It is considered the totality of the Jewish people and includes not only their everyday beliefs but also their practices. Even Christians feel close to Judaism because Jesus Christ and his disciples were also Jewish. Judaism was the start of Christianity. If you want to name your dog after Judaism because of its long history or because you practice Judaism within the home, then you will have no trouble finding the perfect name for your beloved pooch.

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Judaism Dog Name Considerations

In Judaism, names are believed to hold a certain power. The word for soul is neshamah. Within the word are the letter combinations 'sham' which means name. Basically, the belief is that the key to your soul is your name. 

It is believed that when a parent names their child the name comes from divine inspiration. The parent and God work together to name the baby. A name reflects a person's life mission. All the names that ever were or will ever be are written in the Book of Life. It is believed that God used names for creation. A name shows potential and what a person can achieve. 

As you can see, names in Judaism reflect many aspects of the religion and the belief system of the Jewish people. If you want to name your beloved dog a Judaism-based name then you should think about what the kind of dog that you hope your puppy will grow into and the various personality aspect that your pooch might display. Basically, you should pick the Judaism name that touches your heart and feels right for your relationship with your four-legged buddy. You could also choose to name your dog after a great Jewish person or a dog who was close to the history of the religion or race. 

Male Judaism Dog Names

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Jeb
God's beloved
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Elrod
A born ruler
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Daniel
One who is a prophet
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Daivey
One who is dearly loved
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Cherub
An angel
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Alvan
A loyal friend
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Arie
The lion of God
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Achaz
God is holding
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Adam
A name that means man and Earth
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Aabraham
One who is the father of many
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Aaran
One who is enlighted
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Abbey
Means my father is light
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Ezra
A male who helps others
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Josiah
God heals
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Asher
One who is blessed and happy
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Ezekiel
A person who God makes strong
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Adriel
A follower of God
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Muki
One who shines
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Maccabee
Refers to a hammer
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Malachai
A personal messenger
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Leetov
A male who experiences good fortune
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Kaine
Spear or battle
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Kea
A cool breeze
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Dagon
An Earthy grain
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Atara
One who is crowned
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Bram
A father of many children
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Lemmy
A person committed to God
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Knoah
Refers to rest and comfort
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Jerrick
City of fragrance
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Jeramy
God will upload

Female Judaism Dog Names

Votes Name Vote
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Sarah
This name means princess
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Salka
This name means princess
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Molly
A sea of bitterness
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Marla
A wished for child
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Madalen
A gift from a tower
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Kayna
A female rebel
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Abbie
This name refers to joy
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Abigael
A father's joy
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Abana
One who has a strong personality
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Ariella
A lion of God
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Sarielle
One who is an angel of mankind
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Salomi
A calm and peaceful female
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Sabra
This name means rest
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Marjer
This name means bitterness
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Moesha
An unmarried girl
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Marin
A sea of sorrow
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Khazbiika
One who is beautiful
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Kinnette
Refers to a harp
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Kochava
This name means star
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Kerron
A name that means beauty
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Kadesha
This name means sanctuary
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Adaly
One who shines
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Abrianna
A mother of many nations
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Abira
One who is strong
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Aailayah
One who ascends
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Aadina
This name means Friday
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Faiga
A girl who is birdlike
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Frayda
A happy and joyful woman
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Adaya
A jewel of God
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Ayn
A girl who believes in prayer
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Adamina
A daughter of earth

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