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101 Male Husky Names + Meanings

Written by: Arlene D.
Arlene A. Divina, a resident of the Philippines, is a devoted fur mom to two adorable dogs: a Shih Tzu and a Beagle. With a passion for animals and storytelling, Arlene has channeled her love for dogs into her career as a content writer at iHeartDogs. Her writing captures the essence of the bond between humans and their furry companions, offering insights, tips, and heartfelt stories to a wide audience of dog enthusiasts. Read more
| Published on June 14, 2023

Choosing a name for your new Husky pup is a crucial step in bonding and getting to know your furry friend. Huskies are known for their stunning blue eyes, impressive endurance, and their close relation to the wild wolf. When picking a name, consider their Arctic roots, wild spirit, striking appearance, and strength. This comprehensive list of 101 names, each with a meaning behind it, will give you plenty of ideas for your Husky’s new name.

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  1. Ajax: A Greek hero known for his strength and courage.
  2. Alaska: After the U.S. state known for its cold, snowy climate.
  3. Alpha: The leader of a wolf pack, fitting for a dominant Husky.
  4. Amarok: An Inuit name for ‘wolf’.
  5. Apollo: The Greek god of sun and light, perfect for a golden-eyed Husky.
  6. Arctic: Reflecting the Husky’s cold-weather origins.
  7. Aspen: After the tree species common in cold climates.
  8. Atlas: The Titan who held up the sky in Greek mythology, for a strong Husky.
  9. Aurora: After the northern lights, a common sight in the Husky’s native lands.
  10. Balto: The famous sled dog who delivered diphtheria serum to Nome, Alaska.
  11. Bandit: A playful name for a mischievous Husky.
  12. Bear: For a large, fluffy Husky.
  13. Blizzard: A powerful snowstorm, just like a Husky in full sprint.
  14. Bolt: A fast, lightning-like name for a speedy Husky.
  15. Boomer: A strong and energetic name.
  16. Boreas: The Greek god of the north wind.
  17. Chase: Reflecting the Husky’s love of running.
  18. Comet: Fast and radiant like a comet in the sky.
  19. Cosmo: Greek for ‘order, decency’, also refers to the cosmos.
  20. Czar: A Russian term for ’emperor’, befitting a majestic Husky.
  21. Dash: Perfect for a Husky with a quick turn of speed.
  22. Denali: After the highest peak in North America.
  23. Eskimo: Referring to the Arctic indigenous peoples.
  24. Frost: A fitting name for a white Husky or a Husky from a cold climate.
  25. Glacier: A large persistent body of ice, reflecting the Husky’s Arctic origins.
  26. Gunner: A Scandinavian name meaning ‘bold warrior’.
  27. Hawk: For a Husky with sharp, alert eyes.
  28. Ice: A simple, cool name for a Husky.
  29. Igloo: A traditional Inuit snow house.
  30. Ivory: Perfect for a Husky with a pristine white coat.
  31. Jack Frost: The personification of frost and cold weather.
  32. Juno: After Juno Beach in Alaska.
  33. Koda: A Sioux name meaning ‘friend’.
  34. Kodiak: After the Alaskan island.
  35. Lobo: Spanish for ‘wolf’.
  36. Maverick: A fitting name for a Husky with a nonconformist spirit.
  37. Maximus: Latin for ‘greatest’, suitable for a magnificent Husky.
  38. Nanook: An Inuit name meaning ‘polar bear’.
  39. Neptune: The Roman god of the sea, for a Husky with blue eyes.
  40. Nimbus: A type of cloud, perfect for a fluffy white Husky.
  41. North: Reflecting the Husky’s cold-weather origins.
  42. Orion: After the prominent constellation, perfect for a Husky who loves to howl at the stars.
  43. Polar: Perfect for a white Husky or a Husky from a cold climate.
  44. Ranger: A name that reflects the Husky’s adventurous spirit.
  45. Rex: Latin for ‘king’.
  46. Rocky: For a sturdy, reliable Husky.
  47. Rudolph: After the famous reindeer, suitable for a Husky with a red coat.
  48. Shadow: For a Husky with a dark coat or a stealthy nature.
  49. Skye: A cool, serene name, perfect for a Husky with blue eyes.
  50. Sled: Reflecting the Husky’s history as a sled dog.
  51. Slush: A playful name for a Husky who loves playing in the snow.
  52. Smokey: A great name for a Husky with a grey coat.
  53. Snowball: For a playful, white Husky.
  54. Snowflake: A unique name for a white Husky.
  55. Spartan: A brave and tough name for a Husky.
  56. Spirit: A name that reflects the Husky’s wild spirit.
  57. Storm: For a Husky with a strong and intense nature.
  58. Summit: For a Husky who loves to climb.
  59. Togo: Another famous sled dog, who ran the longest leg in the 1925 serum run to Nome.
  60. Tundra: The type of biome where Huskies originate from.
  61. Viking: A bold, powerful name for a Husky.
  62. Whisper: For a Husky with a soft, quiet demeanor.
  63. White Fang: After the wolf-dog character in Jack London’s novel.
  64. Wild: A name that reflects the Husky’s untamed spirit.
  65. Winter: Perfect for a Husky, a breed built for cold weather.
  66. Wolf: Reflecting the Husky’s close relation to the wild wolf.
  67. Yukon: After the Canadian territory, known for the Gold Rush and its wilderness.
  68. Zephyr: Greek for ‘west wind’.
  69. Zero: A cool name for a white Husky.
  70. Zeus: The king of the gods in Greek mythology.
  71. Frostbite: A playful name with a nod to the Husky’s cold-weather origins.
  72. Thunder: For a Husky with a booming bark.
  73. Malamute: After the Alaskan Malamute, a breed closely related to the Husky.
  74. Blue: Perfect for a Husky with blue eyes.
  75. Narwhal: A whale species found in Arctic waters.
  76. Quartz: For a Husky with crystal clear blue eyes.
  77. Chinook: After the warm, wet wind that can miraculously melt snow.
  78. Silver: For a Husky with a shiny, silver-grey coat.
  79. Eagle: For a Husky with sharp, watchful eyes.
  80. Quest: For the adventurous Husky who loves exploration.
  81. Avalanche: An impressive force of nature, just like your Husky.
  82. Echo: After the phenomenon of sound reflection, and a cool name for a Husky.
  83. Everest: After the highest mountain peak in the world.
  84. Falcon: For a Husky with sharp, keen eyes.
  85. Freight: Reflecting the Husky’s history as a sled dog hauling goods.
  86. Huron: After Lake Huron, known for its icy winters.
  87. Icy: Another cool name for a Husky.
  88. Legend: For the Husky with an impressive, unforgettable character.
  89. Nova: Latin for ‘new’.
  90. Rain: For a Husky with a calm and serene demeanor.
  91. Rune: A mystery-filled name that suits a Husky.
  92. Solstice: The time of the year with the most (or least) daylight, common in Arctic regions.
  93. Sundance: A Native American ritual and a cool name for a sunny Husky.
  94. Totem: A sacred object in some Native American cultures.
  95. Tsunami: A powerful and unstoppable force, like your Husky.
  96. Vortex: A whirling mass, perfect for a hyperactive Husky.
  97. Wilder: For the Husky with a wild and untamed spirit.
  98. Wizard: For the Husky with a mysterious, captivating character.
  99. Wolverine: A solitary animal known for its strength and tenacity.
  100. Yale: After the mythical creature with big horns, symbolizing strength.
  101. Zenith: The highest point, a fitting name for a high-spirited Husky.

In conclusion, a name is more than just a simple identifier, it can capture your Husky’s spirit, heritage, personality, or looks. This list encompasses names drawn from different inspirations tailored for this unique breed. Remember, the best name for your Husky is the one that you feel a deep connection with. Happy naming!

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