50 Dog Names Ending in J

By Julie •  Updated: 12/09/20 •  6 min read
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Choosing a name for your newly adopted dog or puppy can be challenging. For one thing, many names are so common you hear them everywhere you go! Even at the vet’s office! So, how do you go about finding a distinctive, meaningful, uncommon name for your dog?

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We’ve done the research to help you find a very unusual, unique name for your canine companion! Not only that, but we’ve also put together some tips to help you choose the best name for your dog.

Now, let’s get started on those dog names that end with J!

Dog Names Ending with J

This was a little bit challenging, but we tried to come up with some unique names for you! Here they are!

1). Aadij (m): this is an Indian name that means “born of mind.”

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2). Aatmaj (m): is a Sanskrit name that means “son.”

3). Archraj (m/f): is an Indian name that means “wondrous being.” Your fur baby is certainly a wonderous fur being!

4). Adasaj (m): is an Indian name, which means “freeborn.”

5). Adhij (f): is an Indian name that means “master, king.”

6). Adhiraj (m): is Sanskrit name, which means “king.”

7). Adiraj (m): is an Indian name that means “one who has no limit.” This might be a great name for a dog that is very strong and has long endurance when running, hiking, and more.

8). Aditij (m): is a Bengali name, which means “son of goddess Aditi, or divine being.”

9). Agaj (m): is an Indian name that means “mountainous, born on a mountain.”

10). Ahiraj (f): is an Indian name that means “most highly adored.”

11). Akooj (m): is a Sanskrit name that means “calm, silent, noiseless.” This could make a unique name for a dog that is a hunter, or one that doesn’t bark much.

12). Areej (f): is an Urdu name, which means “pleasant smell.”

13). Amaraj (m): is an Indian name that means “eternally born.”

14). Ambuj (m): this is a Sanskrit name that means “lotus.”

15). Amraj (m): is an Indian name, which means “I’m the king.”

16). Aniij (m): this is an Indian name that means “charming.”

17). Airj (m/f): is Muslim name that means “sweet smell, fragrance.”

18). Bahaj (m): is an Indian name, which means “jubilation, happiness.”

19). Balraj (m): is a Hindi name that means “strong.”

20). Berj (m): is an Armenian name that means “magnificent, splendid.”

21). Bheshaj: is an Indian name, which means “medicine, healer.”

22). Borivoj (m): is a Czech name that means “great soldier.”

23). Ritaj (f): is an Indian name that means “one who follows the path of truth.”

24). Brajraj (m): is a Hindi name, which means “King of Braj Land.”

25). Chenraj (m): is an Indian name that means “a king’s chain.”

26). Chittaj (m): this is an Indian name, which means “born of the heart.”

27). Deepraj (m): is an Indian name that means “king of light.”

28). Devaj (m): is a Sanskrit name that means “born from god, son of god.”

29). Dhanuj (m): is an Indian name, which means “awesome.”

30). Dhiraj (m): is a Gujarati name that means “patience, consolation.”

31). Dilraaj (m): is a Sikh name that means “hearty kingdom.”

32). Divaj (m): is an Indian name that means “bright.”

33). Arij (f): is a Dutch name, which means “from Hadria (Italy).”

34). Divoj (m): is a Sanskrit name that means “descended from paradise.”

35). Dohaj (m): is a Hindi name, which means “produced by milking.”

36). Dooraj (m): is an Indian name that means “born in a distant place or a native of a distant place.”

37). Eraj (m): is a Sanskrit name, which means “son of the wind.” This would be the perfect name for a dog that loves to run and run fast!

38). Faraj: is an Arabic name, which means “freedom from grief.”

39). Gahuj: is a Rwandan name that means “hunter.”

40). Ibtihaj (f): this is an Arabic name, which means “cheerful, lighthearted.”

41). Ganj (f): is a Parsi name that means “treasure.”

42). Hansaj (m): is a Sanskrit name, which means “song of a swan.”

43). Harij (m): is a Gujarati name that means “the horizon.”

44). Hiraj (m): is an Indian name, which means “dust of diamond.”

45). Iraj (f): is a Persian name that means “hero.”

46). Iraaj (m): is a Sanskrit name that means “born from water.”

47). Jasraj (m): is an Oriya (a language that may refer to the Odia people in India) name that means “king of fame.”

48). Kaj (m): is a Dutch name that means “Earth.”

49). Kultej (f): is an Indian name that means “grandeur of the entire family.”

50). Laaj (f): is an Indian name, which means “honor.”

Many of these names are for boys, but nothing says you couldn’t use some of these for girl dogs, too!

Tips for Choosing Your Dog’s Name

Here are a few things to keep in mind when choosing your fur baby’s name:

Use two syllable words: if possible, choose names that are about two syllables long. Dogs can easily identify the inflection used when you call him, talk to him, and more. And two syllable sounds are easier for dogs to understand. A name that’s too long is confusing for dogs.

Avoid names that sound like cues: don’t choose a name that sounds like a cue you’d give to the dog when training or when asking him to do something. For instance, don’t use a name such as “Faye,” which could sound similar to “stay.” It’s too confusing for your dog. He won’t know if you’re asking him to do something or calling him!

Avoid using similar names: names that sound similar or rhyme with one another can also be very confusing. Some people think it’s cute to name their dogs something like “Mo, Bo, and Joe.” All three dogs come running at the same time! However, what if you only need Mo? He needs a bath, but when you call him all three dogs come running. Also avoid using names that sound familiar to any of the humans in the house! This is another one people don’t think of. What if your daughter’s name is “Mary,” and your dog’s name is “Merry?” This is also confusing—your daughter and your dog won’t know who you’re calling or referring to.

Be careful when changing a name: if you’ve adopted a rescue dog, major congratulations! You’re giving that dog a second chance at life and that’s wonderful! But maybe the name that comes with your dog is not the one you’d choose. That’s OK, you can change it; however, do so carefully. It’s usually best to choose a name that is similar to the dog’s current name. This is especially best for older dogs and those who may have hearing problems. You can still choose a lovely new name, just make sure it sounds similar or even rhymes with the old name.

We hope you’ve enjoyed this article and that you’ve found the best name for your canine companion!

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Julie

Julie is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, where she studied Animal science. Though contrary to the opinion of her parents she was meant to study pharmacy, but she was in love with animals especially cats. Julie currently works in an animal research institute (NGO) in California and loves spending quality time with her little cat. She has the passion for making research about animals, how they survive, their way of life among others and publishes it. Julie is also happily married with two kids.

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