Names for Chinese Dwarf Hamsters

Use these cute Chinese names for your hamster!

Chinese Dwarf Hamsters have unique looks and temper to offer. Here are some names to match such a special creature!

Chinese Dwarf Characteristics

Chinese Dwarves have a long tail compared to other pet hamsters (about 1 inch long). They are longer and slimmer, as well. They are usually gray or brown. They also have a more ratlike appearance, from head shape to tail length.

Chinese names are a lot of fun when translated. For example, I nicknamed my family dog "Fai Ju", literally meaning "Fat Pig". But not literally, it's a cute, affectionate (and funny) nickname meaning similar to "Chubs" or "Chubbie".

If you're not sure if a Chinese name actually makes sense, ask a friend or you can post below. Someone might have an idea!

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Chinese Names: Chinese Hamsters originate from the country lands in China, sometimes harsh conditions. Here are some real Chinese names: xiao bai (little white), xiao pang (little fat or chubby), Bao Bao (Bun Bun), Mei Mei, Ling Ling, Mu Lan, Shui (water), Jing Jing,

Gray Coat Names: Gray, Cloud, Dust, Haze, Steel, Onyx, Silver, Moonie, Grayson, Ashley, Misty, Shadow

Brown Coat Names: Auburn, Brownie, Chestnut, Chocolate, Nestle, Fudge, Hershey, Biscuit, Hazel, Rustie, Sandy

Tail Related Names: Tailie, Pinky, Stubbies, Stringie, Clingie

Size Related Names: Skinny, Pinkie nose, Ratty

Solitary Lifestyle Names: Solo, the One

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