50 Hong Kong Dog Names and Their Meaning

By Tom •  Updated: 11/25/20 •  9 min read
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Have you recently adopted a new dog and would like to find a special name for them? Are you a new pet parent and would like to find an exotic name for your dog? Then you’ve come to the right place! If you love Hong Kong and all things Chinese, then you’ll love our list of dog names.

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These dog names have all been inspired by Hong Kong, Chinese, the Orient and the culture from these East Asian countries. Let’s get started!

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Hong Kong Girl Dog Names

Here are some Hong Kong female dog names that may be a great fit for your fur baby!

1). Meiling: is a Chinese name that means “beautiful, delicate girl.” Doesn’t the name sound exactly like its meaning? This would be a great name for a Greyhound, or even a small dog such as a Maltese.

2). Meiying: means “a beautiful flower.” Does your fur baby love to smell flowers, or does she remind you of a flower? Then why not choose this name for her?

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3). Mey: is a Chinese name that means “pretty, stunning.” Is your lady dog a stunner? Then this would be a great name for her, and it’s pretty, too!

4). Ming Yue: means a “bright moon.” If you have a dog who loves to howl at the bright moon, or who has light-colored or white fur, then this is a great name for her.

5). Na: means “an elegant girl.” You might choose this name for an Irish Setter, a Saluki, or an Afghan Hound.

6). Nan: is a Chinese name that means “an elegant girl.” Again, this would be a great name for a Greyhound, Saluki, or even a Pharaoh Hound.

7). Niu: is a Chinese name, which means “a very young girl.” This would be the perfect name for a girl dog who is a puppy or a young adult.

8). Nuo: is a Chinese name that means “to be merciful and sweet.” Does your canine companion have a sweet, merciful spirit? Then why not choose this name for her?

9). Nuan: in Chinese, this name means “a friendly girl with a whole heart.” This could be the best name for a lady dog who is very friendly and loves you completely, with her whole heart.

10). Nuwa: is a Chinese name that means “founder of the universe.” If your dog is your entire world, then this is a very pretty, fitting name for her.

11). Pangfua: is a pretty Chinese name that means “a cloud shaped like a flower.” Does your fur baby have a blaze that is flower-shaped? Does her personality somehow remind you of a flower? Then what better name could you choose for her?

12). Qi: is a type of very fine jade, and also means “vital energy that animates the body.” Does your girl have jade-colored, or green eyes? Is she filled to overflowing with life and energy? Then this would be a pretty name for her!

13). Qing: means “a greenish blue color.” Does your fur baby have turquoise-colored eyes? Then why not choose this name for her?

14). Ting: in Chinese this name means “a graceful girl.” If your have a canine companion that is very graceful, you might choose this name for her. It could be a pretty name for a Standard Poodle, a Rhodesian Ridgeback, or even a Great Dane.

15). Bai: is a Chinese name that means “white and pure.” This would be a very meaningful name for a dog who has pure white fur.

16). Zhang Xiu: is a Chinese name that means “elegant and outstanding.” This could be a great name for a Doberman Pinscher, Saluki, or any other girl dog who is elegant and stands out in a crowd.

17). Zhang Li: in Chinese, this name means “to stretch and extend.” You could choose this name for a lady dog who comes from a long-lived breed such as a Jack Russel Terrier, Shih Tzu, or a Beagle, amongst others.

18). Wang Xiu: is a name in Chinese that means “elegant and outstanding.” Do you have an elegant canine companion who is outstanding in her intelligence? Then why not choose this name for her?

19). Wang Jing: in Chinese, this name means “clear like crystal.” Consider your dog’s eyes. Are they pure and clear? Do they remind you of cut crystal, or crystal blue waters? What a unique and pretty name this would be for your dog!

20). Li Xiu: is a Chinese name that means “one who is beautiful and outstanding.” We think this would be a great name for almost any girl dog!

21). Li Na: in Chinese this name means “one who is delicate and graceful.” If you have a delicate and graceful dog, such as an Afghan Hound, this would be a very fitting name for her.

22). Lien: means “one who is beautiful and pure like a flower” in Chinese. Does your fur baby remind you of beautiful flowers? Then why not choose this name for her?

23). Li ming: is a pretty Chinese name that means “a pretty and bright girl who is much like the city of Hong Kong.” You might choose this name if your canine companion is a Hong Kong Village Dog, one of the oldest domestic dogs around. They’re history with humans goes back over 15,000 years!

24). Ju: means “daisy flower” in Chinese and would be a great name for a dog that has white or blonde fur.

25). Julissa: in Chinese means “a sweet woman,” which could be the perfect name for most lady dogs!

Hong Kong Boy Dog Names

Now, let’s take a look at some Hong Kong male dog names!

26). Liu Wei: in Chinese, this name means “to destroy with power.” This could be a great name for a powerful boy dog that is a Mastiff, Boxer, or a Rottweiler.

27). Bambang: in Chinese this name means “a knight or soldier who protects Hong Kong.” Does your boy dog protect your home and family? Then what better name could you pick for him?

28). Kong: in Chinese, this word means “a void.” If your boy dog has filled a void in your life, then this would be the perfect name for him.

29). Ju-long: in Chinese this name means “might like a dragon.” If you love all things about dragons, then this would be a great name to choose for your boy dog!

30). Li Jie: is a Chinese name, which means “a beautiful baby boy.” Do you have a puppy? Then why not choose this name for him?

31). Li Qiang: this is a Chinese name, which means “a powerful black dawn.” This would be perfect for a dog that has dark or black fur.

32). Li Jun: is a Chinese name that means “a handsome ruler in Hong Kong.” This would be a great, unique name for almost any boy dog!

33). Li Wei: is a Chinese name that means “extraordinary power,” and would be a good choice for a dog from a strong breed. This could include a Mastiff, a German Shepherd, or an Alaskan Malamute.

34). Wang Wei: is a Chinese name that means “a high king.” If your fur baby has taken over your heart, then why not pick this name for him?

35). Wang lei: this Chinese name means “a king or monarch.” What an apt name if your dog has become head of the household! (We hope not, but it would make a very unique name, that’s for sure!)

36). Zhang Yong: is a Chinese name that means “a brave archer.” Do you love archery? This would be the perfect name for your canine companion!

37). Bartek: in Chinese, this name means “a farmer’s son.” If you live in a rural area, or on a farm, of if your dog comes from a farm, then this would be a cute name for him.

38). Bik: in Chinese, this name means “to stride with great strength.” This would be the perfect name for a dog who outlasts you on hikes and walks!

39). Bergin: in Chinese, this name means “something that is spear-like.” While we hope your fur baby isn’t shaped like a spear, this could be a great name for a small dog, such as a Dachshund.

40). Chang: is a Chinese name, which means “an unhindered spirit.” Does your dog have a zest for life, and nothing gets him down? Then this is the perfect name for your canine companion.

41). Jing-sheng: means “one who is born in the city.” Was your dog born in the city? Then why not choose this name for him?

42). Jin: refers to “gold or metal.” This could be a most unusual name for a dog whose fur resembles gold or silver, such as a Golden Lab or a Golden Retriever.

43). Jordell: this is a unique Chinese name that means “one who is a beekeeper.” Do you keep bees? Then this is a very meaningful name for your dog. But we hope he doesn’t help when you work with the bees!

44). Lim: in Chinese this name means “forest,” and would be the perfect choice for a dog who loves to wander in the forest and woods with you on hikes.

45). Sheng: in Chinese this name means “victory.” This would be a very special name for any dog who has overcome a difficult past, medical issues, and more.

46). Ning: is a Chinese name that refers to the spirit. Is your dog full of spirit and life? Then this would be a great name for him!

47). Cheung: this Chinese name means “good luck.” What a great name for your canine companion, and we’re sure he will bring you a ton of luck!

48). Junjie: is a Chinese name that means “handsome and outstanding.” This could be a fitting name for a dog that takes part in agility competitions or dog shows.

49). Quon: in Chinese this name means “bright.” Does your fur baby have bright, lively eyes? Is he especially smart? Then why not pick this name for him?

50). Ling: is a Chinese name that means “understanding.” Does your dog seem to understand you, even your moods and feelings? Then this is the perfect name for him!

There you go—lovely Chinese names for girl and boy dogs! We hope you’ve enjoyed this list of names and their meanings, but most of all, we hope you’ve found the perfect name for your canine companion!

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Tom

Tom has always loved to write since he was little - he wanted to be either a writer or a veterinary doctor, but he ended up being a professional writer while most of his works are based on animals. He was born in San Francisco but later moved to Texas to continue his job as a writer. He graduated from the University of San Francisco where he studied biotechnology. He is happily married and a soon to be father!

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