Kiwi Dog Names

Looking for Kiwi dog names? Find a collection of Kiwi female dog names and kiwi male dog names.

Kiwi Male Dog Names

  • Ahera (Maori for Asher)
  • Aika (Ngai Tahu chief)
  • Amako )defender of Te Namu)
  • Amiri (East wind)
  • Anaru (Maori for Andrew)
  • Arama (Maori for Adam)
  • Arawata (south Island river)
  • Cook (after the explorer James Cook)
  • Ekara (eagle)
  • Eruera (Happy guardian)
  • Haena (Ngati Mutinga chief)
  • Hakia (chief of upper Whanganui)
  • Hanu (Waikato chief)
  • Haraki (priest of Tuhoe)
  • Haratario (chief of Wai ngongoro)
  • Hirini (Sydney in Maori)
  • Hongi (greeting in Maori)
  • Ingoa (Ngati Toa chief)
  • Kahu (Harrier Hawk)
  • Kapiti (town in NZ)
  • Kea (name of mountain parrot)
  • Kiki (wizard)
  • Kingi (king)
  • Kiwi
  • Kpoeke (Ngati Kuapoto chief)
  • Koro (from “Whale Rider”)
  • Mahora (flat land)
  • Mahuta (king of Maoris)
  • Maka (south Island chief)
  • Makaku (leader of Whanganui attack)
  • Mango (shark in Maori)
  • Manu (power)
  • Matewa (dream time of the soul)
  • Moa (extinct flightless bird)
  • Motu (north island river)
  • Nahi (Nelson)
  • Nopera (noble)
  • Paikea (tribal chief)
  • Pakeha (foreigner)
  • Pango (Ngati-Whakaue chief)
  • Petipeti (ocean god)
  • Piki (Ngati-Koura chief)
  • Pikira (Felix in Maori)
  • Poporo (Hauraki chief)
  • Punga (son of Kaitangata)
  • Roake (minor god)
  • Rongo (god of fertility and rain)
  • Tahoke (chief of Ngati-Maniapoto)
  • Taiepa (minor god)
  • Taipo (golblin)
  • Tane (major god)
  • Tasman (after explorer Abel Tasman)
  • Toru (native evergreen tree)
  • Tuki (fairy chief)
  • Tupai (minor god)
  • Uenuku (god of the rainbow)
  • Weka (native bird)
  • Witi (author of “The Whale Rider”)

 

Kiwi Female Dog Names

  • Akona (Maori for “to teach)
  • Amiria (Amelia in Maori)
  • Anahera (Angel in Maori)
  • Areta (Alice in Maori)
  • Atamarie (sunrise)
  • Fern (common plant in NZ)
  • Haki (Ngai Tahu woman)
  • Heeni (Jane in Maori)
  • Hinimona (godess)
  • Kaewa (Te Hakehe’s wife)
  • Kanono (small tree)
  • Karakia (prayer chant)
  • Koria (child of the sun)
  • Kura (treasure in Maori)
  • Lani (flower)
  • Maata (lady)
  • Maikkara (a woman from Ngati Manawa)
  • Mahuika (godess of fire)
  • Manuka (native flower)
  • Marore (wife of Te Rauparaha)
  • Ngaire (silver fern)
  • Omaka (where streams flow)
  • Pania (Maori myth, beautiful female)
  • Pianga (faughter of Tawhaki)
  • Pipi (Phoebe in Maori)
  • Rea (Lea in Maori)
  • Reka (sweet)
  • Riana (Diana in Maori)
  • Roha (rose)
  • Rona (Mai-tara-nui’s daughter)
  • Ruihi (lucky)
  • Tahuri (mother of Kiwi)
  • Taimana (diamond)
  • Takira (Kahukura’s mother)
  • Taupahi (Kukupa’s wife)
  • Wahire (woman)
  • Waiata (song)

Kiwi Unisex Dog Names

  • Aoraki (highest mountain, cloud pierce)
  • Dagg (After the sound)
  • Dusky (after Dusky Sound)
  • Fantail (native bird)
  • Haka (Maori dance)
  • Kauri (native tree)
  • Karakara (native fruit plant)
  • Karo (native fruit plant)
  • Kiri (bark of a tree)
  • Milford (after the fiord)
  • Mohua (native,yellow-headed bird)
  • Moana (wild water)
  • Mokihi (raft)
  • Nikau (native palm tree)
  • Oreti (after a New Zealand river)
  • Poto (short)
  • Rangi (heaven)
  • Rapoka (sea lion)
  • Rhui (Star)
  • Tahake (endangered bird)
  • Tapu (scared)
  • Tomtit (endemic small bird)
  • Tuatara (native reptile)