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Top 70 Spiritual Dog Names (with Meanings)

  • Karma (Fate or destiny, Hindi and Sanskrit)
  • Eternity (Time everlasting)
  • Harmony (Concord, unity)
  • Gita (Sanskrit for “song”)
  • Rene (Born again or reborn in French)
  • Miko (Female shaman or priestess)
  • Torah (Bearer of a great spiritual message)
  • Chandra (Sanskrit for “moon”)
  • Dharma (Sanskrit for “law”)
  • Bodhi (Sanskrit for “awakening”)
  • Mojo (Magical charm or spell)
  • Asher (Hebrew for “blessed, fortunate”)
  • Chant (Old French for “song”)
  • Santo (Holy)
  • Isis (Greek goddess of fertility)
  • Charism (Spiritual gift)
  • Akasha (Sanskrit for “sky”)
  • Donatella (Given by God)
  • Tobiah (Hebrew for “God is good”)
  • Angel (Messenger of God)
  • Yogi (One who performs yoga)
  • Deacon (Servant)
  • Yana (God is gracious)
  • Spirit (Soul)
  • Charity (One of the seven virtues)
  • Mecca (The holiest city for Muslims)
  • Shiva (Kind, auspicious)
  • Tibet (“Roof of the world”)
  • Confucius (Chinese philosopher)
  • Juno (Queen of the ancient Greek gods)
  • Mantra (Holy chants)
  • Leslie (Garden of holly)
  • Rector (Head of a parish)
  • Shaina (Beautiful)

  • Moksha (Liberation; salvation)
  • Serenity (Peaceful)
  • Aikido (Japanese for “harmony; spirit or energy”)
  • Virtue (Moral excellence)
  • Miracle (something wonderful)
  • Yoko (Japanese for “child”)
  • Nirvana (Place of great bliss)
  • Hope (Faith in divine assistance)
  • Christian (Follower of Christ)
  • Trinity (Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit)
  • Shakila (beautiful, well-shaped)
  • Bless (holiness)
  • Japa (Meditative repetition of a mantra)
  • Vida (Life)
  • Brahma (The creator of the whole universe, Hindu)
  • Kaleb (Hebrew for “a dog; faithful”)
  • Maura (Dark-skinned)
  • Tiki (Ancient symbol bringing good luck)
  • Buddha (Enlightened)
  • Sprite (Elf or fairy)
  • Friar (Monk)
  • Pax (Latin for “peaceful”)
  • Druid (Religious leader in ancient Celtic religion)
  • Grace (Gracious, lovely)
  • Pilgrim (One who journeys to a sacred place for religious reasons)
  • Amara (Sanskrit for “eternal”)
  • Sinai (Reference to Mount Sinai)
  • Chaos (First of the primordial deities)
  • Horus (God of the sky, Egyptian)
  • Zion (Hebrew for “highest point”)
  • Chakra (Human energy center)
  • Faith (Belief, confidence)
  • Warlock (One who uses magic)
  • Nimbus (Halo surrounding a supernatural being)
  • Teddy (Gift of God)
  • Clement (Merciful)