Tripoli Dog Names

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Introduction

The capital and largest city of Libya, Tripoli is home to over 1.1 million people. The city is located in the northwest corner of Libya at the edge of the desert on a piece of rocky land that protrudes into the Mediterranean Sea. Tripoli was founded in the 7th century BC by the Phoenicians, who called the city Oea. Because of its long history, Tripoli includes many sites that are archeologically significant. The name “Tripoli” is Greek for “Three Cities;" the city is also called “The Mermaid of the Mediterranean." Tripoli has plenty to explore, including unique name opportunities to consider for your new canine companion. 

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Tripoli Dog Name Considerations

Having a hard time picking a moniker for your pup? Rather than howl in frustration, take a deep breath and turn to us for some assistance. We can help!

Take a moment to think about what exactly you are looking for in a name. If something that is important to you is that the name you choose for your pup has meaning, you can think of places in the world that you care about. Tripoli, for example, can be a great place to look for unique ideas, particularly if you feel a fondness for the city. By exploring Tripoli, you can encounter plenty of ideas to consider. Looking for a name for a boy pup? How about Marcus, for the Arch of Marcus Aurelius that is found in Tripoli. If you are a fan of the outdoors and the nature opportunities available in Tripoli and its surrounding areas, you can choose to name your female pup Karabolli, after Karabolli National Park, which is about 31 miles east of Tripoli.

A name from Libya’s capital city will not only be unique, it will provide you with regular reminders of a place full of history, each time you call for your canine pal.

Male Tripoli Dog Names

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Salim
For Abu Salim, a district of Tripoli in the southern part of the city
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Tarabulus
For Tarabulus Zoo Park in Tripoli
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Fashloom
For a Tripoli suburb
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Ashur
For Bin Ashur, a neighborhood in Tripoli
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Marcus
For the Arch of Marcus Aurelius in Tripoli
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Jazair
For Maidan al Jazair Square Mosque
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Wahab
For the Sidi Abdul Wahab Mosque in Tripoli
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Abdurrahim
For Abdurrahim Abdulhafiz El-Keib, a Libyan politician, professor of electrical engineering and entrepreneur born in Tripoli
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Don
Don Coscarelli Jr., an American film director, producer and screenwriter who was born in Tripoli
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Sofyan
Sofyan El Gidi, a swimmer born in Tripoli who competed in the 2012 Olympics
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Ehtuish
For Ehtuish Farag Ehtuish, a surgeon, professor and politician who was born in Tripoli
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Adriano
For Adriano Visconti di Lampugnano, one of Italy’s top flying aces of World War II who was born in Tripoli
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Naji
For Naji Shushan, a football defender born in Tripoli
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Omar
For Omar Daoud, a footballer who plays for the Libyan Premier League club Ahly Tripoli
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Tarek
For Tarek El Taib, a football midfielder born in Tripoli
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Mohammad
For Mohammad Ahmed Safadi, a businessman, philanthropist and politician who was born in Tripoli
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Abdulnaser
For Abdulnaser Slil, a football midfielder who was born in Tripoli
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Khaled
For Khaled El-Khweldi El Hamedi, a humanitarian peace activist and founder of the Tripoli-based International Organization for Peace, Care and Relief
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Saif
For Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, a political figure born in Tripoli
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Al-Mutassim
Al-Mutassim Billah al-Gaddafi, an army officer and Libya’s National Security Advisor from 2008-2011 who was born in Tripoli
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Usban
A traditional Libyan sausage
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Makroudh
A sweet pastry that is popular in Libya
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Ahil
For Al-Ahil Sports Club, a football club based in Tripoli
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Karamanly
For the Karamanly House Museum in Tripoli
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Dargouth
For the Dargouth Turkish bath in the old quarter of Tripoli
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Claudio
For Claudio Gentile, a former football defender who was born in Tripoli
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Souqs
For the markets in Tripoli
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Herbert
For Herbert Pagani, an artist and musician who was born in Tripoli
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Amos
For Amos Lavi, a stage and film actor born in Tripoli
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Leonid
For Leonid Vasilyevich Solovyov, a writer and playwright born in Tripoli

Female Tripoli Dog Names

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Zawiyat
For Zawiyat al-Dahmani, a suburb of Tripoli
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Tripoli
For the city
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Medina
An area in Tripoli
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Karabolli
For the Karabolli National Park, located about 31 miles east of Tripoli
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Jamahiriya
For the Jamahiriya Museum in Tripoli
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Gurgi
For the Gurgi Mosque in Tripoli
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Majidya
For the Al-Majidya Mosque in Tripoli
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Gharyan
For the Pottery stalls of Gharyan
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Arebi
For the Arebi Dive Center in Tripoli
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Bazin
A common food in Libya that is made with barley flour and a little plain flour
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Asida
A popular dish in Libya that is made up of a cooked wheat flour lump of dough, sometimes with added butter, honey or rub
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Chuma
Filfel Chuma or maseer, a hot sauce that is made from powdered sweet and hot peppers, along with crushed garlic, which is popular in Libya
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Ghreyba
Butter cookies that are popular in Libya
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Hassaa
A type of gravy that is eaten in Libya
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Shorba
Lamb and vegetable soup with mint and tomato paste
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Mhalbiya
A type of rice pudding that is popular in Libya
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Magrood
Date-filled cookies eaten in Libya
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Tajine
Spiced lamb with a tomato and paprika sauce eaten in Libya
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Mitiga
For Mitiga International Airport in Tripoli
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Dorota
For Dorota Szelagowska, a journalist and writer born in Tripoli
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Hala
For Hala Gezah, a sprinter from Tripoli
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Saddeka
For Saddeka Mohammed Arebi, a social anthropologist and author from Tripoli
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Shaha
For Shaha Riza, a former World Bank employee from Tripoli
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Corinthia
For the Corinthia Hotel Tripoli, a five star skyscraper hotel in Tripoli
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Assaraya
For the Assaraya Alhamra Museum, also known as the Red Castle Museum in Tripoli
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Mahary
For the Radisson Blu Al Mahary Hotel Tripoli, a tourist hotel in Tripoli
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Ayesha
For Ayesha Gaddafi, a former Libyan mediator and military official, as well as former UN Goodwill Ambassador, who is also a lawyer by profession
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Sema
Sema Sgaler, a scientist, global health expert and documentary photographer
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Ghoriba
A type of cookie that is popular in Libya
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Rossana
For Rossana Podesta, an actress born in Tripoli

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