We have all been looking for dog names that are quite different from the traditional American or English dog names. But have you heard of Haitian dog names?
Haiti is a French-speaking country that is located in the Caribbean.
Haitians have a rich culture and history that they take pride in, which is reflected in their dog name choices.
If you’re looking for unique dog names, then this list of over 100 Haitian dog names will give you plenty of options to choose from!
Here are the best Haiti names for dogs which include ideas for both male and female dogs.
Male Haiti Dog Names
|Ennery||A commune in north central Haiti|
|Wilberne||For Wilberne Augusmat, a Haitian football player|
|Lyonel||For Haitian painter Lyonel Laurenceau|
|Wahoo||For Wahoo Bay Beach, located slightly north of Port-au-Prince|
|Kalalou||A slippery sauce made of okra|
|Dondon||A commune in Haiti’s Nord department|
|Ganthier||A commune in southeast Haiti|
|Ferrier||A commune in Haiti’s Nord-Est department|
|Chambellan||A commune in the Grand’ Anse department|
|Borgne||A commune based on agriculture and fishery|
|Thiotte||A commune in far southeast Haiti|
|Franck||For Franck Lavoud, a Haitian military general and politician|
|Wyclef||For Wyclef Jean, a Haitian rapper and musician|
|Arnaud||A commune in south central Haiti|
|Beaumont||A commune in southwest Haiti|
|Qwote||For the club, pop, electronic, urban and R&B artist born in Haiti|
|Prince||For Port au Prince|
|Jean||For Jean Dominique, a Haitian journalist who spoke out against successive dictatorships|
|Bahon||A commune located in the Nord department of Haiti|
|Raoul||For Raoul Peck, a Haitian filmmaker|
|Arijac||For Harry Jacques, known as Arijac, a Haitian painter|
|Jeffrey||For Jeffrey Julmis, a Haitian sprinter|
|Cavaellon||A commune and rural town in southwest Haiti|
|Aquin||A commune in Haiti’s Sud department|
|Acul||For the Acul River|
|Jean-Claude||For Jean-Claude Duvalier, who was the President of Haiti from 1971-1986|
|Magadoo||For the Lebanese restaurant in Port-au-Prince, Magadoos|
|Jacmel||A commune in southern Haiti that was founded by the Spanish in 1504|
|Cabrit||Goat meat, popular in Haiti|
Female Haiti Dog Names
|Mirebalais||A commune in Haiti’s Centre department|
|Haiti||For the country|
|Hispaniola||For the island that includes Haiti and the Dominican Republic|
|Lenelle||For Lenelle Moise, a poet, actress and playwright born in Haiti|
|Meta||For Meta Golding, a Haitian-American actress|
|Aniya||For Aniya Louissaint, a Haitian taekwando athlete|
|Macaya||For Pic Macaya National Park|
|Cabaret||A commune located in the Ouest department of Haiti|
|Tchaka||A hearty stew popular in Haiti|
|Kokoye||For Kokoye Beach, a secluded beach in Haiti|
|Regine||For Haitian fashion designer Regine Chevallier|
|Jubilee||For the Jubilee Voodoo Monument in Haiti|
|Chantal||A commune located in southwest Haiti|
|Gelee||For Gelee Beach in southern Haiti|
|Marigot||A commune in the Sud-Est department of Haiti|
|Labadee||A beach in the northern part of Haiti|
|Savanette||A commune in Haiti’s Centre department|
|Milot||A commune in the north central part of Haiti|
|Roseaux||A commune in southwest Haiti|
|Limonade||A commune in northern Haiti|
|Garcelle||For Garcelle Beauvais, a Haitian-American actress|
|Dessa||For Dessalines, a commune in Haiti’s Artibonite department|
|Capotille||A commune in northeast Haiti|
|Papaye||A popular restaurant in Port-au-Prince|
|Annette||For Annette Auguste, a Haitian folk singer and activist|
|Claudette||For Claudette Werleigh, the first Haitian woman to become Prime Minister|
|Bleu||For Bassin Bleu, a waterfall in the hills of Jacmel|
|Carice||A commune in northeast Haiti|
|Accra||Spicy, fried malanga fritters, a popular snack in Haiti|
|Clairin||A distilled spirit in Haiti made of cane sugar|
Unique Haitian Cat Names
If you’re looking for a name that will make your dog stand out from the pack, we’ve also got over 75 European dog names to choose from.
These endearing and unique dog names are perfect for little ones who enjoy taking center stage!
Our list of Haiti-inspired pet names includes everything from “Zozo” (which means beloved) to “Doudou,” which translates as sweetheart or darling.
Which one is your favorite?