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If you’re about to welcome a dog into your life, you probably think about a lot of things, from the essentials of your life to your training. The name, because there are so many options out there that it can be difficult, is one of the most important things to determine.

Do you have heritage from India or Pakistan? Do you have an interest in their culture? You may want to choose a Punjabi name for your new pet, but make sure you know what it means and that it fits the personality of your friend.

Punjabi is an Indo-Aryan language spoken by people of the state of Punjab in northern India and the neighboring nation of Pakistan. In the state of Haryana and the capital territory, Delhi, it is also an official language. By some figures, Punjabi is a common language with 88 million native speakers, making it the tenth most widely spoken language in the world.

Read about the best names and importance of dogs in Punjabi.

Fantastic Punjabi Dog Names

100+ Cool Punjabi Dog Names (With Meanings) 5

  • Atul – Lion
  • Mayukha – Ray of light
  • Dalbir – Brave Soldier
  • Zohra – Sparkle
  • Jasmeet – Famous
  • Gunbir – Virtuous and brave
  • Manish – Wisdom
  • Charan – Humble
  • Anup – Unique
  • Noor – Light
  • Baldeb – Godlike in power; Another Name of Balram
  • Baljeet – Victorious
  • Aagya – Polite woman
  • Bahadur – Courageous

Amazing Punjabi Dog Names

100+ Cool Punjabi Dog Names (With Meanings) 6

  • Dhirendra – Lord of the brave; Courageous
  • Giaanleen – One absorbed in divine light & knowledge
  • Jaswant – Famous
  • Ridhima – Spring of love
  • Balbir – Strong
  • Jai – Conqueror
  • Bhavjeet – One who swims across the dreadful world ocean
  • Amanpreet – One who loves peace
  • Baleen – Pretty girl
  • Samir – Early morning fragrance; Breeze; Wind; Entertainer
  • Jivan – Life
  • Gunpreet – The lover of excellences
  • Gunbir – Brave
  • Charanjeet – Winning the service of Guru’s Lotus Feet
  • Devendra – King of gods; Lord Indra
  • Balinder – Lord Krishna
  • Baljit – Mighty Victorious
  • Harjit – Victor
  • Sundar – Beautiful
  • Balvan – Powerful
  • Amar – Immortal
  • Garima – Warmth
  • Hira – Diamond
  • Jauna – Gentle
  • Darvesh – Humble
  • Jeet – Victory
  • Ujjala – Bright
  • Gagan – Sky
  • Darvesh – Humble; religious; gentleman
  • Dhann – Blessed
  • Chanchal – Active
  • Jaswant – Victorious; Famous
  • Aman – Peace
  • Gulbagh – Paradise
  • Jivan – Life
  • Balvir – Powerful and brave
  • Uttam – Best
  • Harbir – Warrior of God
  • Hardayal – One on whom there is God’s Grace
  • Haspira – Bright as a star
  • Eshnaa – Desire
  • Samir – Breeze
  • Balwant – Powerful; Strong; Full of might
  • Rana – King
  • Harjeevan – One who lives a God-oriented life
  • Charan – Feet; A humble person; God’s feet
  • Gurjas – Fame of Lord
  • Divjot – Divine light
  • Zaitoon – Olive
  • Deep – Light; The lamp of light
  • Gurgian – Having knowledge of Guru’s Word
  • Haridas – Slave of God
  • Himat – Brave
  • Vasundhara – Earth
  • Gyaan – Knowledge
  • Preet – Love
  • Raveena – Bright
  • Simran – Remembrance
  • Safa – Meaning pure and reliable
  • Haneet – Beautiful
  • Manjari – Bunch
  • Akalsimar – One remembering the Eternal God
  • Akal – Timeless
  • Bhupinder – Emperor
  • Guntas – Treasure of excellence
  • Gundeep – Lamp of excellences
  • Harjas – Praise of the God; One who sings God’s praises
  • Dheerendra – Lord of the brave; Courageous
  • Gurdas – One who is the slave of the Guru
  • Gurmaan – Heart of the Guru
  • Hardhyan – The one absorbed in the Lord
  • Giaandeep – Lamp of divine knowledge
  • Veer – Brave
  • Dharmpal – The supporter of righteousness
  • Gurdeep – Lamp of the Guru; Lamp of the teacher; Enlightened by the teacher
  • Bahadur – One who is brave and courageous
  • Birindar – The brave god

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