What would be a good Russian name for a Siberian male husky puppy?

I am going to buy a husky puppy and would like to give it a Russian name, any one know of a good name for a male husky puppy.?

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  • Oirdne
    Lv 7
    8 years ago
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    From Russian Internet names of Siberian origin for Huskis:

    Altai

    Baikal

    Shaman

    Irkut

    Engar - North

    Altyn - gold

    Asman - sky

    Yeman

    Yelman

    Kantar

    Meras

    Samai

    Urak

    Asat

    Tobol

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  • 8 years ago

    Svetlana you wanna buy a puppy as same as mine??

    they are totally lovely and caring and their eyes..... you cant get enough of them!

    he will be a brave guard for you!and if you want any help or face any problem in taking care of him im here for you!my puppys name is Danya as you know the meaning ,its gift from God,my father choose this name for him that even makes him more beautiful.so Svetlana ,i suggest you to pay attention to mean of any name you wanna give him!(if its meaningful)

    now names:

    Gordyi (proud),Lev (lion) ,ILARI (cheerful),Rasputin,Tuman(fog),Ural,Vernyi(faithful),Sergei

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  • 8 years ago

    Mishka

    Source(s): I am russian
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  • Atikin
    Lv 5
    8 years ago

    Болто

    May be your dog will save a city too, as well as the dog.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Any dog name should only be one to two syllables for them to respond properly.

    Kolya

    Pavel (pav yel)

    Vadim (va deem)

    Viliam (vee lee am)

    Maksim (mak seem)

    Alik (ah lek)

    Andrei

    Vlad

    Jurek (yoo rek)

    Vadik

    Lenka

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Russky wod be cool. Nd it rhymers with husky i tink

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  • You should give it an ethnic siberian name. or else the dog will grow up thinking it is an ethnic Russian(when it is totally not) and it will lead westerners to believe all dogs in Russia look like that.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Mostly normal people don't give their pets human names - it brings unhappiness.

    Russian (male) dog names (if a dog is big, not some pudel):

    Shtorm (=Storm),

    Buran,

    Grom (=thunder),

    Buyan,

    Nord,

    Rex,

    etc...

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Belka

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  • 8 years ago

    Victor, dimetri, reznov, cherble, pravoski, darenvik, vostok.

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