The majesty and prowess of Siberian Husky dogs make them some of the world’s most desirable pets.
Their snowy white fur and mysterious eyes make them stand out from other dogs. Therefore they deserve special Siberian Husky names to match their magnificence.
Before you begin to look for names for a Husky, make sure you get to know your dog by discovering their personality traits so that they can inform your choice.
Most of all, make sure you enjoy the process, as the best dog names are discovered when you’re having fun!
Siberian Husky Names
Siberian Huskies originate in Siberia, and were originally used for pulling sleds, guarding and as companions.
Due to their Russian origins, perhaps a Russian name would be perfect to suit these canines?
Finding the perfect moniker which suits your Siberian Husky in every way is very important.
Make sure your favorite choices sound good, and have a great meaning behind them. A great meaning will showcases their strength, bravery, protectiveness and beauty!
Our Favorite Name
the familiar form of Russian ‘Michael’, an adorable choice meaning ‘bear cub’.
- Adrik – meaning ‘dark’
- Alek – another version of ‘Alexander’, meaning ‘one who defends mankind’
- Alyona – a beautiful choice meaning ‘light’
- Belka – the Russian version of the popular dog name ‘Bella’
- Borya – ‘one who fights’
- Elena – a variant of ‘Helen’, meaning ‘light’
- Faddei – ‘one who is brave and fearless’
- Galina – ‘calm and tranquil one’
- Karol – ‘masculine’ and ‘powerful’
- Luba – a variant of the moniker ‘Liba’ meaning ‘one who is loved’
- Luka – meaning ‘light’
- Marianna – meaning ‘rebellious’, perfect for a big troublemaker
- Nadia – meaning ‘hope’
- Nikolai – ‘one who is victorious’
- Oriel – meaning ‘eagle’
- Sasha – ‘defender of mankind’
- Vanna – meaning ‘gift of God’
- Vaughn – ‘royal and majestic one’
- Zeno – the Russian version of ‘Eugenia’ meaning ‘noble’
- Zsofia – a really cool and unique name meaning ‘life’
Male Siberian Husky Names
Male Siberian Huskies are renowned for their power and noble presence, therefore a cute and soft name just wouldn’t suit them!
We have put together Siberian Husky names based on some of the most noble men to have ever lived.
From characters in heroic films, to famous rulers from the past. We have also added some names that shout-out ‘majestic’, such as names meaning ‘noble’ and ‘king’.
We hope there’s a Husky name in the list below that suits your Herculean Siberian dog, and brings out their bold and powerful side.
Our Favorite Name
after ‘Sven Forkbeard’, the famous and powerful Viking ruler.
- Ad – a German choice meaning ‘noble wolf’
- Afonso – ‘one who is ready and noble’
- Apollo – after the ancient Greek God of the sun, light, knowledge
- Arthur – based on the legendary King Arthur
- Bear – a great choice for a male Husky who resembles a bear!
- Brutus – after the ancient Roman politician
- Caesar – the surname of Roman leader ‘Julius Caesar’
- Charlemagne – the most powerful ruler of Europe during the Early Middle Ages
- Chief – for a Husky who leads the pack
- Duke – this noble title is one of the most perfect Siberian Husky names
- Empire – empires are renowned for the power and dominance they hold
- Hercules – after the strong and powerful Greek hero
- Indiana – after the famous explorer ‘Indiana Jones’
- King – what could be more noble and powerful than this option?!
- Maximillian – Latin meaning ‘the greatest’
- Prince – a powerful, yet cute choice for Huskies!
- Rex – Latin for ‘King’
- Spartacus – after the Thracian gladiator, a great moniker for a Husky!
- Uther – after ‘Uther Pendragon’, the legendary father of King Arthur
- Zeus – after the ancient Greek God of the sky, lightning and thunder
Female Siberian Husky Names
Female Huskies are no different than their male counterparts and make majestic and wonderful pets.
They therefore deserve an equally powerful namesake to match!
Our suggestions for female Siberian Husky names are inspired by some of the most inspirational and bold women to ever have lived, from philanthropists, to rulers and women who have changed the world.
If these monikers don’t do justice to the majesty of female Huskies then which names will?
We hope you agree, check them out below…
Our Favorite Name
the surname of journalist, writer and director ‘Nora Ephron’, who challenged gender inequality in her world of work.
- Ada – ‘Ada Lovelace’, the woman considered to be the first computer programmer
- Angelou – inspirational American poet, singer and activist ‘Maya Angelou’
- Bessie – ‘Bessie Coleman’, the first African American woman to become a pilot
- Boudicca – the ancient Roman Queen of the Iceni tribe
- Clara – ‘Clara Barton’, who established the American Red Cross
- Cleopatra – the Egyptian Pto lemaic dynasty’s leader and monarch
- Coco – influential; French fashion designer ‘Coco Chanel’
- Elizabeth – ‘Queen Elizabeth I’, the 16th Century ruler of Britain
- Frida – Mexican artist and LGBT/feminist icon ‘Frida Kahlo’
- Gabriela – Nobel Prize winning Chilean poet and diplomat
- Hypatia – the Alexandrian astronomer, philosopher and mathematician
- Indira – India’s first female Prime Minister ‘Indira Gandhi’
- Isabella – the 15th Century Queen of Castile
- Nellie – ‘Nellie Bly’, the brave and bold 19th Century journalist
- Rosa – ‘Rosa Parks’, the brave woman who challenged racial segregation
- Simone – the post-war feminist ‘Simone de Beauvoir’
- Sirimavo – ‘Sirimavo Bandaranaike’, the world’s first female head of government
- Theodora – one of the first rulers to recognize female rights
- Truth – African-American female rights activist and abolitionist ‘Sojourner Truth’
- Zora – inspirational anthropologist and writer ‘Zora Hurston’
Best Siberian Husky Names
The best options are undoubtedly the most popular, as there must be a good reason why so many Husky owners love these names!
Each of these choices bring out the best aspects of Siberian Huskies:
- ‘Atlas’, which is perfect for a protective dog
- ‘Zoe’, which is perfect for a tiny and adorable Husky
Whatever type of dog you have, we hope these brilliant and popular choices offer what you are looking for!
Our Favorite Name
a bold Greek name meaning ‘leader’, which is perfect for a Husky who loves to take charge!
- Ace – a cute and cool option for a miniature Siberian Husky!
- Aspen – American meaning ‘quaking tree’
- Athena – after the Greek Goddess of war and wisdom
- Atlas – Greek meaning ‘to support’
- Bella – a lovely Italian name meaning ‘beautiful’
- Diesel – a cool and short version of ‘Matthias’
- Jax – short for ‘Jackson’
- Juno – after the Goddess of marriage and childbirth
- Kaia – Scandinavian meaning ‘pure’
- Maverick – American meaning ‘one who is wild and independent’
- Mika – a cute and quirky choice for a Husky puppy!
- Nala – from Disney’s ‘The Lion King’
- Roxy – short for ‘Roxanne’
- Shadow – perfect for a Husky with dark fur!
- Sierra – a Spanish name meaning ‘saw-toothed’
- Storm – for a strong and mighty Siberian
- Thor – after the powerful Marvel superhero
- Willow – German meaning ‘resolute’ or ‘peaceful’
- Xena – Greek meaning ‘golden-haired’
- Zoe – Greek meaning ‘life’
White Siberian Husky Names
If you are lucky enough to own a beautiful white Husky, you will definitely be looking for an equally gorgeous name to show off their beautiful coat.
Names meaning white, or words inspired by white objects can suit all different types of Huskies.
If you think you have found a beautiful choice for your white pooch, make sure it still suits their personality, as well as their coloring.
Our Favorite Name
a beautiful and adorable Italian name meaning ‘white’.
- Anjo – Portuguese for ‘angel’
- Aspen – after Colorado’s beautiful, snowy mountain ranges
- Casper – the friendly ghost
- Coconut – this delicious white fruit makes a great choices
- Dove – after the beautiful, white bird
- Gelo – Portuguese for ‘ice’
- Ice – a cool title for a relaxed dog
- Jack Frost – the personification of ice, snow and winter
- Luna – ‘moon’ in Italian
- Marshmallow – perfect for a sweet and soft white dog
- Misty – a popular title for any canine
- Moon – the silvery-white moon makes a lovely moniker
- Nanook – an adorable choice meaning ‘polar bear’
- Pearl – after the glistening, white objects, used to make jewellery
- Polar – perfect for a Siberian with thick white Polar bear fur
- Pure – the color white connotes purity
- Shiro – ‘white’ in Japanese
- Snowball – for a fun and playful white breed
- Snowy – an adorable choice
- Yuki – meaning ‘snow’ in Japanese
Cool Siberian Husky Names
If your dog stands out from the crowd, and would never suit a popular dog name, they need something different and quirkier.
We have compiled some of the coolest Siberian Husky Names around: names that don’t just sound cool, but have cool meanings to match!
Finding inspiration from legends and historical characters, celestial objects and foreign languages is a great idea.
Let’s hope these titles suit even the most crazy and quirky Huskies…
Our Favorite Name
a cool and unique Japanese name meaning ‘fang’.
- Arcelia – Spanish meaning ‘treasure’
- Bali – after the Indonesian country
- Calypso – Greek for ‘hidden’
- Celeste – French for ‘heavenly’
- Damita – Spanish meaning ‘little noblewoman’
- Elektra – Greek for ‘the fiery sun’
- Flavia – Latin meaning ‘golden’, perfect for the most precious pet
- Freya – meaning ‘noble women’ in Norse
- Haven – meaning ‘somewhere safe’
- Hyperion – Greek meaning ‘he who goes before the sun’
- Kari – one of the most beautiful Siberian Husky Names
- Loki – the Norse God of destruction
- Mahpee – a unique Native American name meaning ‘sky’
- Neptune – after the mythological God of water
- Nova – meaning ‘new’ in Latin
- Orion – Greek meaning ‘son of fire’
- Persia – after the country which is now called ‘Iran’
- Randi – meaning ‘beautiful and lovely goddess’
- Saga – a Norse name meaning ‘legend’
- Zahava – Hebrew meaning ‘gold’ and ‘gilded’
That concludes our list of some of the world’s best Siberian Husky names.
We really hope you enjoyed exploring our suggestions, and that you found that special one you were looking for.
Whether it was the powerful ‘Alpha’, the adorable ‘Bali’, or the beautiful ‘Kaia’ that caught your eye, we hope it suits your Husky in every way and is the perfect title.
Keep persevering if you still haven’t quite found that special name, and good luck with finding it.
If you have any more suggestions, please leave your ideas in the comments below.