Khartoum Dog Names

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Introduction

The capital and largest city in Sudan, Khartoum is located at the point where the White Nile and the Blue Nile meet, nearly at the northeast center of the country. The city is home to over five million people and includes Khartoum proper, as well as Khartoum North and Omdurman, which are linked by bridges. The geography of Khartoum is fairly flat, with an elevation of 385 meters above sea level. Khartoum is an active city with a lot to offer, include a myriad of unique name possibilities, one of which may be perfect for your dog.

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Khartoum Dog Name Considerations

If you are struggling to decide on a name for your new canine pal, rest assured that you are not alone. Many struggle when attempting to settle on just the right name for their pup. Some, in fact, have a hard time even knowing where to start.

If you feel ready to throw in the towel as you seek the perfect name for your pet, take a breath and let us help you. First, determine what is important to you in a name. Once you have a good grasp on what you are seeking, one way to find it is to take a closer look at a particular place. Take Khartoum, for example. Sudan’s capital and largest city, Khartoum is home to interesting things and people. A closer look at the city can introduce you to a myriad of name possibilities. If you are a fan of football, for example, you can choose to name your pup Majak for footballer Majak Daw, who was born in Khartoum. Looking for a name for a female pup? Choose Corinthia, for the Corinthia Hotel Khartoum, a five-star hotel in the city.

With a name from Khartoum, each time you call for your pup you will be reminded of the city and all that it offers.

Male Khartoum Dog Names

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Taif
For Al Taif, a suburb of Khartoum
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Amarat
A prestigious neighborhood in Khartoum
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Diyum
A neighborhood of Khartoum
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Gooz
A neighborhood of Khartoum
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Jeref
For Jeref East and Jeref West
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Khartoum
For the city
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Mayo
A district of Khartoum
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Mogran
The area where the Blue Nile and White Nile meet is known as “al-Mogran”
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Nile
Khartoum is located where the White Nile and Blue Nile meet
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Mac
For the Mac Nimir Bridge that links Khartoum, Sudan with Khartoum North across the Blue Nile
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Blue
For the Blue Nile
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Ful
Mashed fava beans with a chili and tomato sauce
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Fassikh
Fish with a tomato and onion sauce that is a popular food in Khartoum
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Alfred
For Alfred Taban Logune, a broadcast journalist and former BBC correspondent in Khartoum
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Rashid
For El Rashid El Tahir Bakr, a former Vice President and Prime Minister of Sudan who attended Khartoum University
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Sami
For Sami Mohy El Din Muhammed Al Hajj, a journalist born in Khartoum
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Nagmeldin
For Nagmeldin Ali Abubakr, an athlete born in Khartoum that competes in the 400 meters
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Awn
For Awn Al-Sharif Qasim, a writer, community leader and prominent scholar born in Khartoum
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Hytham
For Hytham Mostafa Karar, a footballer born in Khartoum
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Majak
For Majak Daw, a footballer born in Khartoum
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Ater
For Ater James Majok, a basketball player born in Khartoum
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Andreas
For Andreas Voutsinas, an actor and theater director from Khartoum
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Magid
For Magid Mohamed, a footballer born in Khartoum
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Ismail
For Ismail Ahmed Ismail, a runner born in Khartoum
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Hammour
For Hammour Ziada, a writer and journalist from Khartoum
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Jaafar
For Jaafar Abbas, a writer and journalist who is famous for his satire; graduated from the University of Khartoum
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Sunut
For the Al Sunut Forest
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Omdurman
The northern part of Khartoum
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Mojo
For the Mojo Gallery in Khartoum
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Laziz
One of Khartoum’s most popular restaurants

Female Khartoum Dog Names

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Busta
For Al Busta South, located about seven miles from the Khartoum City Center
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Murada
For Al-Murada, an area of Khartoum located about six miles from the center of the city
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Omda
For Al-Omda, a part of Khartoum around eight miles from the city center
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Arda
For Arda North, a neighborhood in Khartoum located about seven miles from the center of the city
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Arkaweet
An area of Khartoum that is located about two and a half miles from the center of the city
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Ghaliya
An area located about 19 miles from the center of Khartoum
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Jabra
An area in Khartoum located about two miles from the center of the city
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Afra
For the Afra Mall in Khartoum
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Riyadh
An area in Khartoum located about three miles from the center of the city
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Rumiela
A part of Khartoum located about two miles from the city center
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Sajana
An area in Khartoum that is less than two miles from the center of the city
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Umara
An area in Khartoum that is about six and a half miles from the center of the city
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Soba
For Soba West, an area in eastern Khartoum
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Shahid
For the Masjid Shahid in Khartoum
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Kafouri
For Kafouri 8, a part of Khartoum that is about six and a half miles from the city center
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Maamoura
An area of Khartoum just under three miles from the center of the city
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Manshiya
A town located northeast of Khartoum
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Masalama
An area within Khartoum
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Naqa
A ruined ancient city about 110 miles northeast of Khartoum
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Tuti
For Tuti Island, which is surrounded by “three towns”, one of which is Khartoum
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Corinthia
For the Corinithia Hotel Khartoum, a five-star hotel in central Khartoum
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Mansheiya
For the Al Mansheiya Bridge, that links the capital Khartoum and the industrial city of Khartoum North across the Blue Nile
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Karkaday
A popular tea made from hibiscus flowers
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Moukhbaza
A paste made of mashed bananas that is popular in Khartoum
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Kisra
For a flatbread made of sorghum powder
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Alsarah
A singer, songwriter and ethnomusicologist born in Khartoum
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Reema
For Reema Major, a rapper born in Khartoum
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Anusha
For Anusha Dandekar, an actress and singer from Khartoum
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Yassmin
For Yassmin Abdel-Magied, a mechanical engineer, social advocate and writer from Khartoum
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Ataui
For Atau Deng, a model from Khartoum

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