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Introduction

Ukraine, also called the Ukraine, is a sovereign state in Eastern Europe. With a population of around 42.5 million people (not including Crimea, because of a dispute with Russia), making the Ukraine the 32nd most populated country in the world. In 1991, Ukraine gained its independence upon the Soviet Union’s dissolution at the end of the Cold War. The country has a large amount of fertile farmland and is one of the world’s largest exporters of grain.  The country has plenty to offer, including a variety of unique naming opportunities for your new pup. Take a look; you may find that Ukraine is the home of just the right name for your canine companion. 

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Ukraine Dog Name Considerations

It can be hard to settle on just the right name for your canine pal. There are likely many factors that go into your choice; you want the name to be a “fit” for your pup and ideally have some meaning to you. Some new dog parents are also looking for an original and creative moniker for their pooch. If you have some connection or fondness for Ukraine or just find it to be an interesting place, take a closer look at the country, where you will find a myriad of unique naming opportunities.

A name that is inspired by Ukraine may be a match if your dog reminds you of a pup from the country, whether because of their personality, breed or features. Perhaps your pup loves to be in the river, bringing to mind the many rivers within Ukraine’s borders. Regardless of why you are turning to Ukraine for name possibilities for your pup, you are sure to encounter many options that will bring the country to mind each time you call the name of your canine companion.

Male Ukraine Dog Names

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Kiev
Ukraine’s capital and largest city
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Kharkiv
The second largest city in the Ukraine
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Roshen
For the Roshen Fountain, a multimedia fountain in Ukraine
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Dnipro
Ukraine’s fourth largest city
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Kovel
A town in the northwestern part of the Ukraine
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Sevastapol
The largest city on the Crimean Peninsula
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Kherson
A city in southern Ukraine
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Lutsk
A city in Ukraine on the Styr River
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Kerch
For the Kerch Peninsula which is located at the eastern end of the Crimean Peninsula
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Nik
For Nikopol, a city in Ukraine that is located on the bank of the Dnieper River
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Konotop
A city in northern Ukraine
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Sergey
For Sergey Bubka, a six time world champion in the pole vault from Ukraine
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Uman
A city in central Ukraine
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Mykola
For Mykola Burachek, an impressionist painter from Ukraine
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Dneiper
A major river that flows through Ukraine
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Styr
A river that is the right tributary of the Pripyat Rier
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Oril
The Oril River is the left tributary of the Dneiper River
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Aidar
The Aidar River flows for 159 miles
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Viktor
For Viktor Petrenko, a Ukrainian former competitive figure skater
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Danube
The Danube River is Europe’s second largest river; flows through Ukraine
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Max
Max Levchin was born in Ukraine; the co-founder of PayPal
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Pip
For Pip Ivan mountain, a peak that is located in the Maramures region
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Yalpuh
For Lake Yalpuh, a freshwater lake in Ukraine
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Boris
For Boris Sagal, who was born in Ukraine and became an American television and film director
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Azov
For Azov-Syvash National Nature Park in Ukraine
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Vladamir
For Vladimir Potapov, a renowned Ukrainian mathematician
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Ivan
Ivan Puluj, a Ukrainian physicist and inventor, considered an early developer of the use of X-Rays for medical imaging
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Leonid
For Leonid Hrabovsky, a contemporary Ukrainian composer
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Tuzly
For Tuzly Lagoons National Nature Park in Ukraine
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Boldin
For Boldin Hills, a park in Ukraine

Female Ukraine Dog Names

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Odessa
Ukraine’s third most populated city
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Zaporizhia
A city in southeastern Ukraine on the banks of the Dneiper River
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Lviv
The largest city in western Ukraine
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Rebra
For Rebra Mountain located in Ukraine
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Skazka
For Skazka Children’s Park
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Makiivka
An industrial city in eastern Ukraine
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Oksana
For Oksana Baiul, a figure skater from Ukraine who was the Olympic champion in 1994
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Vinnytsia
A city in west central Ukraine
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Pysanka
For Pysanka Museum, the only museum in the world that is dedicated to the Ukrainian Easter egg
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Poltavva
A city in central Ukraine that is located on the Vorskla River
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Rodina
For Rodina-Mat
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Desna
The Desna River is a major left tributary of the Dnieper River in Ukraine
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Horyn
The Horyn River is a river and tributary of the Pripyat River
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Samara
The Samara River is a tributary of the Volga River
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Sumy
A city in northeastern Ukraine
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Rivne
A historic city in western Ukraine
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Oleksandria
A city in central Ukraine
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Shostka
A city in the northeastern part of Ukraine
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Lozova
A city in eastern Ukraine
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Tysa
The Tysa River is the largest left bank tributary of the Danube River
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Hoverla
Ukraine’s highest mountain
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Smila
A city in Ukraine that is located near the Tyasmyn River
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Yalta
A resort city on the south coast of the Crimean Peninsula
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Arsenalna
For Arsenalna Metro Station, the world’s deepest metro station
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Tatyana
For Tatyana Markus, a member of the anti-Nazi underground in Kiev
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Kvartina
For Art Center Kvartina
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Liliya
The Olympic all-around gymnastics champion in 1996, Liliya Podkopayeva, was from Ukraine
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Yana
For Yana Klochkova, a Ukrainian swimmer who has won five Olympic medals
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Lesia
For Lesia Dychko, a music educator and composer from Ukraine
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Polissia
For Lower Polissia National Nature Park in Ukraine

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