Russian Toy Dog Names

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Introduction

Having trouble looking for toy dog names? Well, the good news is that you're on the right track. The first step to naming your little dog should be to research name options out there. Ideas from movies, video games, music, and books should all be exhausted.  

But one of the most overlooked, and often useful ideas come from travel. Names based on specific regions or countries really pack a level of depth and culture that most other avenues fail to provide. This can come especially in handy if you're looking to name your dog after the origin of its breed, assuming you already have that information.  

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Whenever you're listing off names that could potentially work for your toy dog, don't leave any stone unturned. Inspiration is everywhere. For instance, you could use whatever information you may already have about the dog, such as breed, coloration, pattern, size or even favorite toys. Of course, this only works for people who already have the dog or are adopting through a breeder.   

But again, inspiration is everywhere. All you have to do is look and pay attention. Consider things like music, books, famous short stories you're fond of, movies, or video games. Most names used in fiction are selected for their meanings and origin, so you may be pleasantly surprised.  

But of course, this is a guide on Russian Toy dog names for a reason: Russian culture is filled with interesting meanings and stories. Don't overlook names that focus on specific countries, especially if you have a connection to it. It can be historically rich, and reflective of you, or your dynamic with the dog.  

Just make sure you read every meaning and note anything and everything that catches your eye. List both male and female names, just in case. Walking into the shelter, you never know which dog will make it home with you.  

Male Russian Toy Dog Names

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Adrik
Latin and Russian; "of the Adriatic"
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Akim
Hebrew and Russian; "God will establish"
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Alek
Greek and Russian; "defender of mankind"
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Aleksi
Russian; "helper of man"
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Andrei
Slavic, Russian and English; "manly and brave"
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Antinko
Russian; "inestimable"
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Anton
German and Russian form of Anthony
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Arman
German and Russian; "army man, soldier"
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Baran
Gaelic, Russian, Teutonic; "noble warrior"
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Berdy
German and Russian; "intelligent"
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Boris
Russian, American and Slavic; "fight or fighter"
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Brends
Latin and Russian; "victorious"
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Brody
Scottish, American, Irish and Russian; "second son"
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Burian
Russian and Ukrainian; "lives near the weeds"
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Dimitri
Greek and Russian; "earth-lover"
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Eduard
German, French, Russian and English; variant of "Edward"
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Egor
Russian for "farmer"
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Fabi
Russian for "bean farmer"
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Fedor
Russian and Greek; "God's gift"
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Fredek
Swedish, Teutonic, Hungarian, Russian and German; "peaceful ruler"
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Gavril
Russian for "worships God"
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Gregori
Russian for "on the watch"
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Igor
Scandinavian and Russian for "hero"
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Ivan
Greek and Russian form of "Evan"; means "Gift from God"
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Konstantine
Russian for "constant"
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Lev
Czechoslovakian, Latin, Russian, and Hebrew for "lion"
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Luka
Latin, American and Russian for "light"
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Maks
Russian for "great"
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Marko
Russian; "of Mars, the god of war"
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Nicolai
Russian and Slavic; "victory of the people"

Female Russian Toy Dog Names

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Agrafina
Latin and Russian; "born feet first"
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Akilina
Russian and Latin; "eagle"
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Alena
Greek, American, Celtic, Russian; "light"
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Anastasia
Russian, American and Greek; "reborn"
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Annie
Hebrew, American, English and Russian; "prayer"
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Antonina
Polish, Russian, Spanish, English and Latin; "priceless"
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Anya
Russian, American, Greek and English; variant of "Hannah," meaning "favor; grace"
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Danya
Russian and Ukrainian; "God's gift"
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Dema
Russian for "calm"
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Dima
Russian for "strong fighter"
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Dominika
Russian for "born on Sunday"
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Eleni
Greek and Russian for "light"
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Elga
Russian, Teutonic and Anglo-Saxon for "holy"
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Galenka
Hebrew and Russian for "God shall redeem"
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Grisha
Russian for "watchful"
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Inessa
Russian for "chaste"
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Irena
Greek, Russian and American for "peace"
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Irisa
Greek and Russian; "rainbow"
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Jelena
Russian for "shining light"
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Karol
Russian and Slavic; "strong"
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Kolenka
Russian for "of the conquering people"
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Ksana
Russian for "praise be to God"
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Lanassa
Russian for "cheerful"
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Lara
Latin, American, Scottish, Russian and Spanish for "famous"
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Larisa
Russian for "cheerful"
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Lenusy
Russian for "flower"
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Lida
The Czechoslovakian, Latin and Russian form of "Lydia"
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Luda
Russian for "love of the people"
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Margarete
Russian and American; "pearl"
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Mila
Russian and Czechoslovakian for "industrious"

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