Kurdish Dog Names

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Introduction

Kurdish is the language spoken by Kurdish people, those who inhabit Kurdistan and further afield. Around 30-40 million people consider themselves to be Kurdish, making up a fair portion of the population. Kurdish is also a collection of dialects that exist in Iran, Iraq, Turkey, and Syria.

If you find yourself living abroad, with very few things to remind you of home, then you may start looking for Kurdish dog names. You can evoke a sense of comfort by using a Kurdish word or name as a name for your dog. If you think you’ve found the perfect Kurdish dog name, then read on.

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Kurdish Dog Name Considerations

When you start thinking of Kurdish dog names, the selection will overwhelm you. Almost any word or name in Kurdish can end up being an excellent dog name, especially if you live somewhere where the majority do not speak Kurdish. Even a simple word like 'dog' can end up being ideal as a name. It translates to ‘Seh.’

However, the ease of the naming process doesn’t mean there aren’t things to consider. You have to factor in your dog’s breed, color, character, and whether a word or name “suits” them. You will know if it does. Gender can be important if a name or word appears to be gender specific. It may not always be obvious.

Then you have to think about their character. If they are bouncy and full of energy, then a name like Balkes could suit a male dog. It means bouncy in Kurdish. If you have a breed of dog for working purposes, then the Kurdish dog name should be short and easy to say. If you think you are ready to look for Kurdish dog names, then find out some excellent options below. 

Male Kurdish Dog Names

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Kurd
Short for Kurdish
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Kurdy
A play on Kurdish
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Sah
Meaning dog in Kurdish
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Balkes
Bouncy in Kurdish
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Kurman
Short for Kurmanji, a Kurdish language
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Alevi
Of Alevism, a Kurdish religion
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Zaza
Of Zaza-Gorani Kurdish language
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Karda
Of the land of Karda
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Dias
Short for Diaspora, a historical Kurdistan region
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Van
Of Lake Van relating to Kurdish history
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Qurti
People who lived around Lake Van
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Qardu
Of the Qarduchi
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Urartu
Of Kurdish historical times
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Akka
Of Akkadians, who were attacked by nomads
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Qartas
Of Qartas territory
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Madig
An Iranian king
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Adashir
Founder of the Sasanian Empire
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Ardavan
A historical ruler
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Shadda
Of the Shaddadid people
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Rawa
Of the Rawadid Kurds
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Ahazara
Hazaraspids ruled southwestern Iran
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Ayyu
Of Ayyubid, ruling Egypty and Syria as Kurds
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Karim
Karim Khan ruled Laki and Zand Dynasty
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Bedirhan
The last emir of Cizre Bohtan Emirate
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Sheik
From the powerful Shemdinan family
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Cudi
A common variant of Kurdish
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Guran
A Kurdish ethnic identity
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Kalhur
A Kurdish ethnic identity
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Mo
Short for Mohammed, the Mayor of Tehran
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Rojava
Of the Rojava revolution

Female Kurdish Dog Names

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Sorani
A form of Kurdish language
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Zara
A female common Kurdish name
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Shia
Of Shia Islam, a Kurdish religion
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Yazi
Of Yazidism, a religion
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Yarsa
Short for Yarsanism, Ahl-i Haqq, a religion
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Su
Relating to the people of Su
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Nineveh
Ancient Assyrian city
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Shahna
Of the long epic poem, Shahnameh
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Persia
Of the Middle Persian area
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Ali
Ali Hariri was a well known Kurdish poet
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Ata
An Iranian novelist
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Keca
A Kurdish writer and poet
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Nali
A Kurdish linguist and poet
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Ziya
A Turkish sociologist
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Kendal
French-Kurdish nuclear physicist
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Yona
Named after a Kurdish Jewish scholar
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Helly
Of Helly Luv, the Turkish singer
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Gani
A contemporary Kurdish musician
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Leyla
A Kurdish activist
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Nursel
A Kurdish politician
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Taha
An Iraqi Kurd
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Ozlem
A Danish and Kurdish politician
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Dilsa
A Kurdish Swedish journalist
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Voria
An Iranian football player
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Zeki
A Kurdish filmmaker
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Nisti
A Swedish and Kurdish actress
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Turgut
A Turkish politician
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Kawa
A Syrian football player
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Eren
A Swiss footballer
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Mirza
A Kurdish calligrapher

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