Mandarin Dog Names

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Introduction

The Mandarin language is actually a dialect of the Chinese language and is spoken in China. They both have the same alphabet so reading the languages are the same, but when spoken out loud, they are different. But Mandarin is the most common dialect of Chinese, so it is most common in China. The Chinese language is beautiful and ancient, with the first written records of Chinese language dated back to the Shang Dynasty, which was more than 3,000 years ago. Either way, the Mandarin Chinese language is beautiful, and unlike the 26 characters that we have in our language, Chinese characters amount to over 20,000. Also, there are over 370,000 words in the Chinese language while we have only 171,476. 

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Mandarin Dog Name Considerations

Since the Mandarin language is Chinese language, you can choose any of those 370,000 words to create a spectacular and unique name for your new pup. However, you may want to try to make sure that the name you choose for your pooch means something special to you. For example, you could name your dog Yanshi because it sounds cool, but it actually means rock. If you really do want to name your dog rock, that is fine but make sure you know what the name means before you choose it for your dog. 

Your reason for choosing to give your dog a Mandarin name may be because you have one of the Chinese breeds of dog such as the Chinese Crested Dog, Chinese Shar-Pei, Chinese Chongqing, Pug, Pekingese, Chow Chow, Kunming Wolfdog, Xiasi Quan Dog, Tibetan Mastiff, Tibetan Spaniel, Lhasa Apso, or the Shih Tzu. Or maybe you just like the Mandarin language or culture. It is interesting to find out what certain words mean in Mandarin such as beauty, which is Meyli, and loyal, which is Zhong. Whatever your reason for wanting to give your canine companion a Mandarin name, take your time in deciding and make sure it fits your fur buddy. 

Male Mandarin Dog Names

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Mahjong
A tile game developed in China
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Fushi
The oriental God of Happiness
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Manchu
Mandarin for purity
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Shou
The God of longevity
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Chang
Chinese for an unhindered spirit
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Bo
Means wave in Chinese
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Hong Kong
A city in China
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Panda
The nationally treasured animal in China
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Huan
Means attractive, appealing, and bright
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Nao Nao
Means naughty in Chinese
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Tofu
A popular food in China
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Yingming
Means brilliant in Chinese
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Shenshi
Translates to gentleman
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Chopsticks
Chinese eating utensils
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Kan Tung
Means affectionate in Mandarin
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Fu
The Chinese God of life
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Chong
Means clever and smart in Chinese
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Tufei
Chinese for bandit
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Shanghai
Most populated city in China
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Benjimen
Son of the right hand
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Hai
Can mean sea or ocean in Chinese
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Pengsong
Means fluffy so it is perfect for a fluffy dog
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Jiling
Another word for intelligent in Mandarin
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Yong
Mandarin for courageous or heroic
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Bejing
City in China
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Yunnan
The most southern province in China
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Gobi
The Gobi Desert, which is along the Chinese silk route
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Caishen
The God of wealth and success
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Hudie
Means butterfly and is a symbol for a long life
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Tuzi
One of the animals of the Chinese zodiac

Female Mandarin Dog Names

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BaoBei
Mandarin for someone you love
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Meyli
Means beautiful in Mandarin
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Sushi
An Asian food made of rice and seafood or vegetable
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Gengi
Means gold in Mandarin, good for a yellow or gold dog
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Sai Hu
Chinese for faster than the tiger
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Bai
Chinese for crystal clear
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Chen Chu
Means pearl in Chinese, great for a white dog
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Ping
Means cookie in Mandarin
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Hsiao Hao
Chinese for baby
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Moli
Mandarin for Jasmine flower
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Ah-Lam
Like a beautiful orchid
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Caihong
Mandarin for a rainbow in the sky
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Ming
Shining and clear like a blue sky
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Ping Pong
The national ball game in China
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Zentou
Means pillow and is great for a fluffy dog
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Alix
A dignified name for a female dog
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Fang
Fragrant and virtuous in Mandarin
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Huiqing
Mandarin for kind and affectionate
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Juanfa
Means wavy hair, great for a curly-haired dog
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Tian
Mandarin for sweet
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Woaini
Means “I love you” in Chinese
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Xia
The first Chinese dynasty
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Lian
To long for or feel attached to
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Linqing
The lion cat from the Shandong province
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Meiying
Means beautiful flower
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Chengdu
The home town of the Giant Panda
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Hangzhou
The most beautiful city in the world according to Marco Polo
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Li-Ming
Means beautiful light
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Mandy
Short for Mandarin
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Sying
Chinese for star

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