Kirundi Language Dog Names

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Introduction

Around nine million people speak Kirundi, a Bantu language also known as Burundi. It’s common in Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and even Uganda. Kirundi describes a tonal language pattern in Bantu languages and can have between 19 and 26 consonants.

Kirundi is quite a beautiful language, with many different variations depending on where you live. If you’re passionate about literature, or you speak Kirundi yourself, you might decide to look for Kirundi language dog names. Many wonderful options far surpass the quality of some English dog names. Read on to find out more about Kirundi language dog names. 

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Kirundi Language Dog Name Considerations

If you don’t speak native Kirundi language, then it’s quite crucial that you put a lot of effort into the research process. Liking a word or name is not enough; you have to understand how such a word would suit a dog as a name. Out of all considerations, a word’s meaning is the most critical for research. While it’s okay if the definition is a little bit random, you have to ensure it’s not insulting, insensitive, or taboo. The worst thing you can do is give your dog an offensive name, then wonder why all your Kirundi language speaking friends are uncomfortable.

Secondly, consider your dog’s gender. While many Kirundi language words are okay for males and females, that’s not always the case. Consider this point when you get down to the final naming stages. You can then eliminate any names that won’t suit your male or female. While you’re at it, it may help to consider your dog’s purpose. If you use your dog for work, the dog should have a short name that’s easy to say and spell. Why do you think farmers have dogs called Chip, Mick, Roy, and Ben? They are all short, easy to say, and won’t confuse the dog.

Now that you have done your homework, it’s time to look for Kirundi language dog names to suit your new family addition. 

Male Kirundi Language Dog Names

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Uno
Meaning 'that' in Kirundi
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Toto
Kirundi language for small
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Rundi
Another name for Kirundi
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Hutu
An ethnicity to speak Kirundi
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Tutsi
A Kirundi-speaking ethnicity
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Bantu
Kirundi is a Bantu language
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Bite
Bite means "what's up?" in Kirundi
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Iki
Meaning what in Kirundi
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Inshi
Many in Kirundi
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Uko
Meaning how
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Tanu
The number five in Kirundi
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Nini
To be big
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Gari
Something wide
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Buntu
A human
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Muka
The name for a wife
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Data
The father
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Ifi
The word for fish
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Zoka
A snake
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Buto
Of im-buto, for seed
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Atsi
Of ivy-atsi, for grass
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Gufa
Of i-gufa, a bone
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Imgezi
A tourist
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Ubu
Meaning now in Kirundi
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Eejo
The word for tomorrow
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Buto
Of imbuto, for fruit
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Bwa
Of im-bwa, for dog
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Igi
Of igi-ti, meaning stick
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Umu
The name for a root
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Ama
Of iny-ama, for meat
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Dawe
Another name for father

Female Kirundi Language Dog Names

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Oya
"No" in Kirundi - perfect for a naughty puppy
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Ingo
Meaning "come"
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Gose
Stronger than a cane
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Neza
To be good
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Doka
Of Imodoka, for car
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Ijoro
Of ijoro ryiza, for good night
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Amahoro
Meaning peace
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Genda
Go be in peace
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Kira
Bless you
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Kaze
You're welcome
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Kuki
Meaning why in Kirundi
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Kuko
Meaning because in Kirundi language
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Ryari
When something will happen
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Ejo
Something happened yesterday
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Vuba
Something to happen soon
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Ninde
Kirundi language for who
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Itabi
A tobacco or cigarette product
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Besha
Of Urabesha, someone's lying
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Jewe
Of jewe nitwa - my name is
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Ivoka
An avocado
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Ishi
A cabbage
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Itunda
A Japanese fruit
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Amazi
Meaning water
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Icayi
The Kirundi word for tea
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Nansi
Of inansi, for pineapple
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Amata
The Kirundi word for milk
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Koko
Of inkoko, a hen or chicken
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Pene
Of impene, for goat
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Sahan
Of isahan, a dish or plate
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Peke
Of impeke, for beer
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Kayabo
Of akayabo, for cat

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