Nicaragua Dog Names

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Introduction

Known as the “land of lakes and volcanoes”, Nicaragua is the largest country in the isthmus of Central America. The country has a population of around six million people, and consists of people of indigenous, European, African and Asian descent. Spanish is the main language, though Native tribes on the Mosquito Coast speak their own languages. Because of the mixture of cultures, there is a lot of diversity in the country’s food, music, literature and folklore.

Should the country of Nicaragua appeal to you, it is an excellent place to look for possible names for your new pooch. The diversity offered by the country means a myriad of naming opportunities.

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Nicaragua Dog Name Considerations

For some, choosing the name for a new furry family member is a breeze; for many other’s however, it can be a big challenge. Perhaps the hardest part, when you are struggling to choose a name, is where to look for ideas. One way to go about it is to think of places or things that have meaning to you. By giving your pooch a name from something meaningful in your life, you will enjoy regular reminders each time you call for your new friend.

Start by thinking of places that you love, for example. This can be a country, city, or town. Then embark on a tour of the place. Think about nature, like lakes, rivers, mountains, culture, food, and things to do. It can help to make a list of thing that might make a good name for your pooch. Once you have a list together, you can go through each name and consider whether it suits your dog. This is a great way to find a unique moniker for your new friend. If Nicaragua is a place you hold close, with a little examination, you will see that it offers plenty of name possibilities, one of which may be ideal for your pup. 

Male Nicaragua Dog Names

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Mulukukú
A municipality in the North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region of Nicaragua
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Prinze
For Prinzapolka, a municipality in east central Nicaragua
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Pochomil
A beach located on Managua’s Pacific Coast
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Monte
Montelimar is the closest beach to Managua city
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Blue
For Bluefields, the capital of the South Caribbean Autonomous Region in Nicaragua
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Tortoguero
For El Tortuguero, a municipality in Nicaragua that can only be reached by a truck ride from El Rama
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Boaco
A city located in the mountains 88 kilometers east of Managua
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Lorenzo
For San Lorenzo, a municipality in the Boaco Department of Nigaragua
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Marcos
For San Marcos, a municipality located about 45 kilometers south of Managua
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Francisco
For San Francisco del Norte, a municipality in northwest Nicaragua
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Tomás
For Santo Tomås del Norte, a small town that is surrounded by the Guasaule River
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Somotillo
A municipality in northwest Nicaragua
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Velero
For El Velero Beach, which has clear water and awesome swells
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Juan
For San Juan del Sur, the most popular beach destination in Nicaragua
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Lucas
For San Lucas, located in the Madriz department of Nicaragua
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Mombacho
A stratovolcano in Nicaragua near the city of Granada
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Momotombo
A stratovolcano close to the city of León
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León
Nicaragua’s second largest city
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Ramon
For Cascada de San Ramon, a waterfall
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Dennis
For José Dennis Martínez Ortíz, the first Nicaraguan baseball player in the major leagues
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Rubén
For Rubén Darío, a famous poet from Nicaragua
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Alexis
For Alexis Arguello, a professional boxer from Nicaragua who later became a politician
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Daniel
For Daniel Ortega, the current President of Nicaragua
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Ernesto
For Ernesto Cardenal, a Catholic priest, poet and politician from Nicaragua
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Apoyo
For Apoyo Lagoon, located in the center of the Nicaraguan Pacific Coast
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Vigoron
A classic Nicaraguan meal with chicarron, yucca and cabbage salad
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Castillo
For El Castillo, a Spanish fort in Río San Juan
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Tostones
Crunchy deep-fried plantains
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Nacatamal
The Nicaraguan version of the tamale
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Alberto
For Alberto Gutiérrez, a man who has been carving animals and symbols in the stones outside Esteli for decades
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Ometepe
For an island in the Nicaragua River made up of two volcanoes

Female Nicaragua Dog Names

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Bilwi
A municipality in northeast Nicaragua
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Bonanza
A municipality in northern Nicaragua with around 19,000 residents
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Acoyapa
A municipality in southern Nicaragua
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Victoria
For La Victoria, a popular brand of beer in Nicaragua
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Camoapa
A municipality in central Nicaragua
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Lila
For Lila T. Abaunza, a former first lady of Nicaragua
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Tipitapa
For Rio Tipitapa, a short river that connects Lake Managua to Lake Nicaragua
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Lucia
For Santa Lucia, a municipality in central Nicaragua
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Teresa
For Santa Teresa, a Nicaragua municipality that contains 42 communities
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Rosita
A municipality in north central Nicaragua
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Kukra
For Kukra Hill, a municipality in southeast Nicarauga
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Rosario
For Rosario Murillo, a Nicaraguan poet and revolutionary
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Perlas
For Laguna de Perlas, or “Pearl Lagoon”, a town in Nicaragua
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Siuna
A municipality in north central Nicaragua
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Boquita
For La Boquita Beach on the Pacific; Nicaragua’s biggest tourist hub
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Coco
For Rio Coco, a river in northern Nicaragua and southern Honduras
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Matagalpa
For Rio Grande Matagalpa, a river that runs 430 kilometers from its source
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Waslala
A town and municipality in central Nicaragua
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Domitila
For Domitila Wildlife Reserve, one of the last remaining areas of dry tropical rainforest on the Pacific Coast
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Maiz
Spanish for “corn”; in honor of the Corn Islands, located off the coast of Nicaragua
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Concepción
One of two volcanoes that make up the island of Ometepe in Lake Nicaragua
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Flor
For La Flor beach which is a wildlife refuge for a variety of sea turtles
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Maderas
One of two volcanoes that make up the island of Ometepe, in Lake Nicaragua in Nicaragua
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Solentiname
For the Solentiname Islands, an archipelago made of 36 tropical islands, located in a remote corner of Lake Nicaragua
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Lajas
For Las Lajas, a shield volcano in central Nicaragua
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Granada
Nicaragua’s sixth most populated city; located in the western part of the country
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Masaya
For the Masaya Volcanic National Park
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Jinotega
Known as the “City of Mists”
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Martha
For Martha Chavez, a Nicaraguan actress and comedian
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Maria
For the Catedral de la Ascunsión de María in León

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