Female Husky Names

The best female husky names take a bit of digging and research to uncover, and we’ve got your back.

Read on below and explore these 500+ options for your female husky’s new name (and meanings)!

Most Popular Female Husky Names

The most popular female husky names are often over-used and tired.

Below, you’ll find the coolest and more unique popular female names for your husky:

  • Aurora. Also known as the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, as well as signifying the dawn.
  • Elsa. Shortened from the name Elizabeth, meaning “God is Perfection”. Elsa is also a major character in Disney’s 2013 hit movie, Frozen.
  • Alaska. The name of a U.S. State that means “mainland” or “great land”.
  • Rosie. A cuter version of the name Rose, a perennial flower.
  • Anna. A modern version of Hannah, meaning “favor” or “grace”.
  • Belle. A beautiful woman or girl who is the main attention.
  • Artemis. A mythological Greek goddess of the hunt and the moon.
  • Baby. A cute pet name for your husky.
  • Boo. Another cute pet name for your husky.
  • Blue. The color of the sea and sky.
  • Cleo. Meaning to acclaim or praise.
  • Fiona. Meaning pale or fair.
  • Chloe. Meaning fertility or blooming.
  • Rey. Translates to “King”, though is used as a female name.
  • Penny. A coin worth $0.01 of an American dollar.
  • Cassie. Short for Cassandra.
  • Elena. Meaning light, sunray, or shining light.
  • Elyssa. Meaning “God is my oath”.
  • Eli. Meaning elevated or high.
  • Marley. Short for Bob Marley.
  • Freya. A goddess or noblewoman.
  • Rio. The name of a famous river.
  • Fluer. Another way to spell the name flower.
  • Iris. Meaning “rainbow” as well as being a species of flower.
  • Twinkle. Another way of saying “sparkle”.
  • Stella. Meaning star, or celestial star.
  • Hope. Meaning faith in some sort of fulfillment or desire.
  • Piper. Coming from the old phrase “pipe-player”.
  • Isis. A goddess, or woman of the throne
  • Ice. Self-explanatory.
  • Liv. The name of Steven Tyler of Aerosmith’s daughter.
  • Irina. Meaning peace.
  • Trixie. Meaning brings joy, or “bringer of joy”.
  • Faith. Meaning deep devotion or trust.

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  • Jasmine. A type of flower.
  • Snowy. Self-explanatory.
  • Riley. Meaning “valiant”.
  • Puff. Meaning smoke or cloud.
  • Jessi. Short of Jessica.
  • Rosaline. An extended version of Rose or Rosie.
  • Bonnie. Meaning “pretty”.
  • Jasper. Meaning bearer or “treasure”.
  • Jelena. Another name that means torch, or “bright light”.
  • Odetta. Meaning 2wealth”.
  • Joy. Meaning “happiness”.
  • Lassie. Meaning young girl.
  • Kilo. A unit of measurement, or “one who observes the stars”.
  • Odessa. A port city in Ukraine.
  • Pearl. Meaning “precious”.
  • Oreo. A popular cookie.
  • Paulina. An extended version of “Paula”.
  • Rainy. Self-explanatory
  • Blaire. Meaning battlefield, or “field”.
  • Ronni. Meaning “strong counsel”.
  • Patches. Self-explanatory.
  • Echo. Self-explanatory.
  • Bandit. Meaning “thief”.
  • Sasha. Meaning “helper of mankind”, or defender.
  • Sammi. Meaning “God has heard” or, “asked in the name of god”.
  • Sitka. An Alaskan city.
  • Skye. A play on the word “Sky”.
  • Suzan. Another name for “Lily”.
  • Ranger. Meaning law officer or “guardian of nature”.
  • Tasha. Short of Natasha.
  • Tatiana. A popular Russian female name.
  • Yana. Meaning “God is gracious” or “precious flower”.
  • Stormy. Self-explanatory.
  • Zara. Meaning “radiance”.
  • Smokey. Self-explanatory.
  • Bae. The old “new” way to say “babe”.
  • Snowy. Self-explanatory.
  • Paris. A major city in France.
  • Precious. Self-explanatory.
  • Smokey. A smoker.
  • Bandit. Someone who breaks the law often.

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Disney Inspired Female Husky Names

The following female names for huskies are inspired by Disney princesses and Star Wars characters.

  • Clare. From Genius.
  • Sophia. From Once Upon a Princess.
  • Elsa. From Frozen.
  • Rey. From Star Wars.
  • Alice. From Alice in Wonderland.
  • Jasmine. From Aladin.
  • Padme. From Star Wars.
  • Yzma. From The Emperor’s New Groove.
  • Lady. From Lady and the Tramp.
  • Marian. From Robin Hood.
  • Ammonia. From Darkwing Duck.
  • Pocahontas. A historical Native American woman and character from Pocahontas.
  • Nala. From the Lion King.
  • Evil Queen. Self-explanatory.
  • Moana. From Moana.
  • Esmerelda. From The Hunchback of Nostradamus.
  • Sisu. From Raya and the Last Dragon.
  • Minnie Mouse. From Mickey Mouse.
  • Snow White. From Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.
  • Giselle. From Enchanted.
  • Anna. From Frozen.
  • Vitani. From the Lion King.
  • Elastigirl. From the Incredibles.
  • Ariel. From the Little Mermaid.
  • Aminni. Holywood Stargirl.
  • Pluto. From Pluto movies.
  • Elizabeth. From Pirates of the Caribbean.
  • Alora. From Star Wars

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  • Aurora. From Sleeping Beauty.
  • Tinker Bell. From Peterpan.
  • Gamora. From Star Wars.
  • An’Kwee. From Star Wars.
  • Belle. From Beauty and the Beast.
  • Viff. From Star Wars.
  • Emma. From Beauty and the Beast.
  • Amee. From the Prom.
  • Merida. From Brave.
  • Odavia. From Star Wars.
  • Penny Proud. From the Proud Family.
  • Cinderella. From Cinderella.
  • Rapunzel. From Rapunzel.
  • Tiana. The Princess and the Frog.
  • Alole. A female Disney character.
  • Anarq. From Star Wars.
  • Daisy Duck. From Donald Duck.
  • Stass Allie. From Star Wars.
  • Kim Possible. From Kim Possible.
  • Ursula. From the Little Mermaid.
  • Morgani. From Enchanted.
  • Joie. From Star Wars.
  • Mulan. From Mulan.
  • Megara. From Star Wars.
  • Annak. From Star Wars.
  • Lilo. From Lilo and Stitch.
  • Alianda. From Star Wars.
  • Andra. From Motocrossed.
  • Pelekai. From Lilo and Stitch.
  • Mirabel. From Encanto.
  • Judy. From Zootopia.
  • Hopps. From Hop.
  • Momi. A female Disney character.
  • Althea. From Dark Parables.
  • Queen of Hearts. Self-explanatory.
  • Nani. From Lilo and Stitch.
  • Mrs. Incredible. From The Incredibles.
  • Mari. From The Aristocats.
  • Kazianna. From Robotek.

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Unique Names for Female Huskies

Here are several more unique and original female names to consider for your female husky:

  • Venus. A planet, and goddess.
  • Nina. Meaning little girl.
  • Fanny. Meaning “free one”.
  • Daisy. A flower.
  • Sparky. A common nickname for people with a lot of energy.
  • Sadie. Meaning “princess”.
  • Angel. A heavenly or angelic being.
  • Rita. Meaning “pearl”.
  • Odessa. A port city in Ukraine.
  • Marigold. A flower.
  • Pandora. A mythological being.
  • Flower. Self-explanatory.
  • Analise. Meaning “graced with God’s bounty”.
  • Constance. Meaning “steadfastness”.
  • Genevieve. Meaning “of the race of women”.
  • Ivy. A green leafy plant.
  • Lorelei. A rocky cliff along the Rhine river in Germany.
  • Aimee. Another way to spell Amy.
  • Sabel. A famous female WWF entertainer from the 1990s.
  • Priscilla. The name of Elvis Preseley’s lover.
  • Nika. Meaning “very good”.
  • Tula. Meaning “mountain peak” or “leaping water”.
  • Euphrasia. Meaning “good cheer”.
  • Thekla. Meaning “God’s fame”.
  • Violet. A flower and shade of bluish-purple color.
  • Greta. Meaning “pearl”.
  • Nalini. Meaning “lotus”.
  • Kylie. Meaning “beautiful”.
  • China. A large Asian country.
  • Chita. Meaning “conception”.
  • Akari. Meaning “brightness” or “light”.
  • Petra. Meaning “unshakeable” or “resilient”.
  • Joelle. Meaning “Jehovah is God”.
  • Kiraz. Meaning “Cherry”.
  • Faith. Meaning deep “trust”.
  • Olene. Meaning something like “the conditions of life”.
  • May. Early Summer, the fifth month of the year.
  • Danica. Meaning “Morningstar”.
  • Sarai. Meaning “princess”.
  • Branca. Meaning “white”.
  • Darina. Meaning “gift”.
  • Joy. Meaning “happiness”.
  • Reina. Meaning “wise”, “pure”, or “queen”.
  • Tabitha. Meaning “gracious”.
  • Letitia. Meaning “goodness” or “joy”.
  • Aksana. A popular Siberian name.
  • Beatriz. Meaning “blessed” or “voyager”.
  • Hope. Something akin to faith.
  • February. Late winter, is the second month of the calendar year.
  • Ophelia. Meaning “benefit”.
  • Rubina. Meaning “red stone” or “ruby”.
  • Everlee. Meaning “from the boar meadow”.
  • Calista. Goddess of the sea.
  • America. A country.
  • Euphie. Meaning “well-spoken”.
  • July. Summer, the 7th month of the year.
  • October. Autumn, the 10th month of the year.
  • Sybil. Meaning “prophetess”.

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  • Sima. Meaning “face”.
  • Alondra. Meaning “helper or defender of mankind”.
  • Liv. Meaning “protection” or “shelter”.
  • Jewel. A precious gemstone.
  • June. Summer, the 6th month of the year.
  • Gydi. Meaning “sweet doll” or “temple”.
  • Chantal. Meaning “stone”.
  • Athena. A goddess.
  • Lil Sadie. Meaning “little princess”.
  • Xaria. Meaning “blooming rose” or “blooming flower”.
  • November. Late Autumn, the 11th month of the year.
  • Thalia. Meaning “flourishing”.
  • Hana. Meaning “flower” or “happiness”.
  • Gemma. Meaning “gem” or “jewel”.
  • Xio. Mean “ready for battle”.
  • Noelle. Another way of saying “Christmas”.
  • Stefani. Meaning “wealth” or “honor”.
  • Arabella. Meaning “yielding to prayer”.
  • Xenia. A flower.
  • Phoebe. Meaning “bright”.
  • Vera. Meaning “truth” or “faith”.
  • Inga. Meaning “protected by Ing” (Ing is a Norse god).
  • Vida. Meaning “life”.
  • Avalon. A mythical land.
  • Allegra. Meaning “lively” or “happy”.
  • Fay. Another way to say “fairy”.
  • Uzi. An automatic handgun.
  • Nikita. Meaning the “people’s victory”.
  • Kaeda. Meaning something like “resembles a small dragon”.
  • Teo. Meaning “divine gift”.

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Female Siberian Husky Names

Siberian husky names just sound cold, which makes them excellent for naming your female husky.

Below are dozens of our favorite female Siberian husky names for you to choose from:

  • Inessa. Meaning “chaste” or “pure”.
  • Elena. Meaning “shining light” or “sun ray”.
  • Asha. Meaning “hope”.
  • Belka. Meaning “tall” or “upright man”.
  • Alyona. Meaning “bright or “shining light”.
  • Olga. Meaning “successful” or “blessed”.
  • Anubi. God of the dead.
  • Galina. Meaning “healer”.
  • Alpine. A type of tree.
  • Marisha. Meaning “of the sea” or “bitter”.
  • Lupa. Meaning “excited” or “pretty”.
  • Tia. Meaning “goddess” or “aunt”.
  • Valentine. Meaning “healthy” or “strong”.
  • Ash. A type of tree.
  • Lubov. Meaning “love”.
  • Nelli. Meaning “God sworn” or “God is my light”.
  • Karina. Meaning “Chaste”.
  • Leslie. Meaning “Holly” or “Holly Garden”.
  • Nadya. Meaning “spirit of hope”.
  • Luba. Meaning “dear” or “love/lover”
  • Gala. Meaning “festivity” or “merriment”.
  • Kami. Meaning “perfect”.
  • Panya. Meaning “crowned in victory”.
  • Jenna. Short for Jennifer.
  • Wanda. A name traced back to the peoples of the Vandal tribe.
  • Larisa. Meaning “lighthearted”.
  • Ivanna. A female version of Ivan that means “God is gracious”.
  • Aleandra. Meaning “to defend”.
  • Roza. Meaning “Rosa”.
  • Veronika. Another way to spell Veronica, meaning “true image”.
  • Katina. Another female husky name that means “pure”.
  • Helena. Another name that means “shining light”.
  • Lizzie. A shorter version of the name Elizabeth.
  • Lada. Meaning “love and marriage”, she is the Goddess of beauty as well.
  • Tamara. Meaning “date palm”.
  • Masha. Meaning “Maria”
  • Eden. The biblical garden humanity originated from.
  • Sanya. Meaning “brilliance”.
  • Zinah. Meaning “welcoming”.
  • Zella. Meaning “blessed” or “happy”.
  • Evgenia. Meaning “noble”.
  • Erica. Meaning “ever powerful”.
  • Tatiana. Meaning “fairy queen”.
  • Klara. Meaning “famous” or “bright”.
  • Jet. Meaning “beloved” or “star of the sea”.
  • Zia. Meaning “light” or “splendor”.
  • Vanna. Meaning “God’s gift”.
  • Sanda. Meaning “half-blind”.
  • Ellie. Another cute female husky name that means “light”.
  • Vero. Meaning “great one” or “great hero”.
  • Esfir. Meaning “star”.
  • Chika. Meaning “flower” or “wisdom”.
  • Lena. Meaning “ray of light”.
  • Evalina. Meaning beautiful bird.
  • Alina. Another beautiful female name for your husky meaning “light”.
  • Dinara. Meaning “expensive”.
  • Anya. Meaning “grace”.
  • Yelena. Meaning “shining” or “radiant light”.
  • Katinka. Meaning “pure”.
  • Suki. Meaning “loved one”.
  • Vor. An omniscient goddess.
  • Aleandrix. Meaning “defender of man”.
  • Yasmina. A flower.
  • Jillian. Meaning “youthful”.
  • Yuriko. Meaning “lily child”.
  • Akilina. Meaning “eagle”.

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Celebrity Inspired Names for Female Huskies

The following names need no further explanations; they are among the most famous female names in the world.

These celebrity husky names are perfect for dog owners to consider:

  • Scarlett
  • Isla
  • Angelina
  • Jolie
  • Katy P.
  • Marilyn
  • Monroe
  • Emma
  • Amanda
  • Nicki
  • Jennifer
  • Megan
  • Fox
  • Blake
  • Selena
  • Mila
  • Kunis
  • Sandra B.
  • Vanessa
  • Lucy
  • Hudgens
  • Kristen
  • Bell
  • Jamie Lee
  • Keira
  • Natalie P.
  • Reese
  • Salma
  • Kate P.
  • Oprah
  • Cher
  • Win
  • Sofia V.
  • Eva
  • Anne H.
  • Serena
  • Amber
  • Rachel
  • Amy P.
  • Emily B.
  • Kim
  • Kardashian
  • Jessica
  • Paris
  • Hilton
  • Penelope
  • Alba
  • Pam
  • Audrey
  • Myrel
  • Drew B.
  • Streep
  • Jenny
  • Alexandria D.
  • Lindsay
  • Julie
  • Anna K.
  • Gwyneth
  • Halle
  • Carrie
  • Heidi
  • Kristen D.
  • Berry
  • Alicia K.
  • Avril
  • Julia
  • Ariana G.
  • Elizabeth O.
  • Charlize
  • Hillary
  • Amy P.
  • Michelle

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More Cute Girl Names for Huskies

Are you still looking for a great husky name for your new female dog?

Check out this list with even more cute girl names for your husky!

  • Aura. A hue of color or colors in the sky.
  • Etta. Meaning “Keeper of the hearth”.
  • Aggie. Short for Agatha.
  • Loli. Short for female manga or anime characters.
  • Apple. A fruit.
  • Freya. A goddess.
  • Wednesday. A day of the week.
  • Veritza. Meaning “truth” or “faith”.
  • Annie. Meaning “favor” or “grace”.
  • Bells. Meaning “beauty” or “beautiful”.
  • Hell. A place bad people go when they die, according to the Holy Bible.
  • Hecate. A witch goddess.
  • Merlot. A type of wine.
  • Jackie. Meaning “God is gracious”.
  • Kelsie. Meaning “victorious ship”.
  • Onyx. A black stone.
  • Diane. Meaning “divine”, she is also a goddess.
  • Leia. Meaning “child of heaven” or “relaxed”.
  • Maple. A type of tree.
  • Spirit. Ghost.
  • Sadi. Meaning “luck” or “lucky”
  • Oakley. Meaning “meadow of oak trees”.
  • Zara. Meaning “blooming flower”.
  • Cherry. A small red fruit.
  • Inna. Meaning “rough stream”.
  • Gerry. Meaning “ruling spear”.
  • Nimbus. Meaning “cloud”.
  • Gaia. Mother earth.
  • Bently. Type of car.
  • Mercedez. Type of expensive car.
  • Sati. Meaning “truthful”.
  • Strawberry. A small red fruit.
  • Bonnie. Meaning “pretty2.
  • Cinder. Meaning “Cinderella” or “material success”.
  • Bambi. A Disney character.
  • Boo Boo. A way or saying “sweety”
  • River. Self-explanatory body of water.
  • Sunday. The 7th day of the week.
  • Domino. Meaning “master” or “lord”.
  • Autumn. The season after summer and before winter.
  • Blue. Self-explanatory color.
  • Lana. Meaning “blessed”.
  • Bunny. Self-explanatory.
  • Spot. Self-explanatory.
  • Ginni. Meaning “precious” or “precious gold coin”.
  • Ginger. Self-explanatory color, and herb/root.
  • Dory. Character from Finding Nemo.
  • Bestia. Meaning something between “beast” and “animal”
  • Remi. Meaning “cure” or “remedy”.
  • Ol’ Girl. Self-explanatory.
  • Linda. Meaning “pretty”.
  • Winter. The season is after autumn and before spring.
  • Cleo. Meaning “to acclaim” or “praise”.
  • Bridget. Meaning “exalted one”.
  • Mittens. Self-explanatory, clothing.
  • Louise. Meaning “renowned warrior”.
  • Laina. Meaning “roadway”.
  • Celeste. Star-like.
  • Diamond. A precious gem.
  • Dani. Meaning “god is my judge”.
  • Slushi. Meaning “melting” or something resembling melting snow or ice.
  • Gabbi. Meaning “heroine of God”.
  • Zuki. Meaning “moon”.
  • Kitty. Self-explanatory.
  • Mocha. Meaning “beautiful faithful woman”.
  • Stela. Meaning “star”.
  • Latte. Meaning “milk coffee”.
  • Duchess. A title for a noblewoman.
  • Blaise. Meaning “stutter” or “lisp”.
  • Boots. Self-explanatory, footwear.
  • Kora. Meaning “maiden”.
  • Dottie. Meaning “gift of God”.
  • Echo. Self-explanatory, sound.
  • Josie. Meaning “God will increase”.
  • Zubi. Meaning “understanding” and “loving”.
  • Fani. Meaning “transitory” or “mortal”.
  • Grande. Meaning “big”.
  • Poppy. A flower.
  • Peppa. Meaning “Jehovah increases”
  • Roxy. Meaning “dawn”.
  • Barb. Meaning “stranger”.
  • Nimule. A cool-sounding female name that is also a city in Sudan.
  • Rain. Self-explanatory.
  • Rubz. A hip name meaning “ruby”.
  • Sassy. Meaning “spirited” or “bold”.
  • Delilah. Meaning “delicate”.
  • Irina. Meaning “peace”.
  • Lottie. Meaning “little and womanly”.

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