Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Aaliyah

Highly regarded

Arabic

Abby

Father of exaltation

Hebrew

Alice

Of nobility

German

Alvie

Elf or magical being, friend

English

Amira

Ruling princess

Arabic

Amorah
Angel

Heavenly messenger

Greek

Artemis

Butcher

Greek

Asali

Sweet like Honey

African

Ashanti

Tribe

African

Astra

Star

Latin

Astrea

Star

Latin

Astrid

Fair, beautiful goddess

Scandinavian

Aubree

Elf ruler

English

Aurora

Goddess of dawn

Latin

Autumn

Season of harvest

English

Ayami

Beautiful Color

Japanese

Azul

The Color Blue

Spanish

Bella

Beautiful one

Italian

Birdie

Bright, famous; little bird

German

Blondie

Caressing

Latin

Blossom

Flower-like

English

Blue

The Color

American

Bluebell
Bree

Noble

Irish

Brooke

Small stream

English

Cali

Beautiful one

Greek

Calico

Multicolored

English

Calliope

Beautiful voice

Greek

Candy

Sweet

English

Cat

Pure

Greek

Catalina

Pure

Spanish

Chante

To sing

French

Cher

Dear

French

Cherry

Cherry fruit

Modern

Chevelle

Created name

American

Chloe

Green sprout

Greek

Cleo

“The celebrated one,” from the Greek kleo, make known or famous.

Greek

Cleopatra

Father's glory

Greek

Cloud

Visible Vapor

American

Cloudy
Clover

“She who clings lovingly.” From a Germanic base meaning “to adhere.” An allusion to the adhesive property of clover sap.

English

Coco

Shortened form of Co- names

English

Cookie

Sweet Biscuit

English

Cora

Maiden

Greek

Daisy

Daisy flower

English

Deirdre

Broken-hearted, sorrowful

Irish

Delilah

Delicate

Hebrew

Destiny

Determined fate

English

Diamond

Of high value; brilliant

English

Dolly

A variant spelling of Dollie.

English

Domino

Lord

Latin

Dream

Unconscious vision or thought

English

Dulce

Sweet

Latin

Ebony

Deep black wood

Latin

Echo

Reflected sound

Latin

Elara

Shining light

Ellie

Shortened form of El- names

English

Emery

Home strength

German

Emmy

Rival

German

Ensley

Solitary clearing

Scottish

Erith

Flower

Hebrew

Everly

From the boar meadow

English

Exie

Anklet

English

Fausta

Fortunate, enjoying good luck

Latin

Feline

Cat-like

Latin

Felis

Lucky, fortunate, happy

Latin

Fiona

Fair or white

Scottish

Freya

Lady

Scandinavian

Gada

Fortunate

Hebrew

Galaxy

Star system

American

Gamora

Created name

American

Gigi

Farmer

French

Goldy

English

Grace

Gracious one

English

Hadlee

Heather meadow

English

Hailey

Hay meadow

English

Haisley

Hazel woods

Irish

Halsey
Hazel

Hazelnut tree

English

Heddie

Contention, strife

German

Hester

Star

Greek

Holly

The holly tree

English

Honey

Nectar

English

Indigo

Blue-purple color

English

Ivory

Creamy-white color; hard tusk used for carving fine art, jewellery

Latin

Ivy

Ivy plant

English

Jade

Precious stone

English

Jasmine

Jasmine flower

Persian

Jilly
Jinnie

Maiden

Latin

Jovi
Juniper

Juniper tree

English

Katniss

Plant Name, Sagittaria Genus

American

Kenya

Striped one

African

Ketaki

Flower

Indian (Sanskrit)

Khelani
Kimbra

Royal meadow

English

Kinsley

King’s clearing

English

Kipp

From the hill

English

Kissy
Kit

Pure; follower of Christ

Latin

Kitana
Kitters
Kitty

A playful form of Catherine.

Greek

Lark

Bird

English

Latifah

Gentle, pleasant

Arabic

Layla

Night

Arabic

Leiko

Little flower

Polynesian

Libby

A diminutive of Elizabeth, “to the Lord I consecrate thee.”

Hebrew

Lily

Lily flower

English

Lola

The sorrows

Spanish

Lolly

The bay, or laurel plant

Latin

Love

Love, affection

English

Lovely
Lua
Lucy

Of the light

English

Lula

Famous warrior

German

Luna

The moon

Latin

Madonna

My lady

Italian

Mally

Sweet

Latin

Martha

Lady; mistress of the house

Aramaic

Maxie

Greatest

Latin

Maya

Dream

Indian (Sanskrit)

Meilani

Created name

Polynesian

Merida

Victory of Augustus

Spanish

Mia

Dear

Scandinavian

Mila

Dear and gracious

Slavic

Millie

Gentle strength

English

Minnie

A variant form of Mary.

Missy
Misty

Mist

English

Moon

Natural satellite

Mylah

Soldier

English

Myrcella

Created name

American

Nakita

Unconquered

Greek

Nala

Successful

African

Natasha

Birthday

Latin

Navy

Military at sea

English

Naya
Nova

New

Latin

Ocean

Sea

Osha

Shining

Indian (Sanskrit)

Paisley

Church

Scottish

Pearl

Pearl

Latin

Penelope

Weaver

Greek

Penny

Greek

Persephone

Bringer of destruction

Greek

Phoebe

Bright and pure

Greek

Piper

Pipe player

English

Pippy

Horse lover

Greek

Pixie

Fairy

Irish

Polly

A diminutive form or nickname for Mary.

Latin

Poppy

“The milk of happiness,” from the Latin papaver, the name of a plant having thick, milky juice, on the basis of papa, thick milk.

Latin

Posy

Small Flower

English

Princess

English

Princessa

English

Prissy

Ancient, venerable

Latin

Qing

Aqua Colored

Chinese

Queen

Queen

English

Queenie

Queen

English

Quinn

Descendent of Conn

Irish

Rani

She is singing; queen

Indian (Sanskrit)

Rania

She is singing; queen

Indian (Sanskrit)

Rapunzel

Plant

German

Raya

Friend

Israeli

Remey

From Rheims

French

Remy

From Rheims

French

Rhea

Flowing

Greek

Riley

Rye clearing

Irish

Robin

A short variant form of Roberta.

German

Romy

Diminutive of Rosemary and Rosemarie

German

Rosie

Rose

Latin

Ruby

Red gemstone

English

Rumi

Beauty

Japanese

Sadie

Princess

Hebrew

Sally

“The princess,” a diminutive form of Sarah.

Hebrew

Sansa

Praise

Indian (Sanskrit)

Sapphire

Gemstone

Spanish

Sarai

Princess

Hebrew

Savannah

Large, grassy plain

English

Scarlett

Shade of red

English

Shelby

Willow grove

English

Silver

Precious metal

Sissy

Latin

Sky

The sky

English

Soleil

Sun

French

Sophie

Wisdom

Greek

Star

Celestial body

English

Stella

Celestial star

Latin

Stormy

Stormy

English

Sugar

Sweet Crystal Spice

American

Sunday
Sunni

Sunshine; happy, cheerful temperament

English

Sweetie
Sylvie

Woods, forest

Latin

Tabby

Gazelle

Aramaic

Tibby

The river Tiber

Latin

Tiger

Powerful cat, tiger

American

Tigerlily
Tilly

Mighty in battle

German

Tinsley

Tynni's hill

English

Tiny

Follower of Christ

Latin

Vayda
Venus

Love

Latin

Vida

Life

Spanish

Violet

Violet flower

English

Willow

Willow tree

English

Winnie

Fair one; white and smooth, soft; happiness; holy, blessed reconciliation; joy and peace; first-born daughter; fair, pure

Welsh

Xena

Guest, stranger

Greek

Yoki

Rain (Hopi)

Native American

Zadie

Prosperous, fortunate

Arabic

Zahra

White; flower

Arabic

Zaylee

Created name

American

Zinnia

An allusion to the flower of the same name, so designated in honor of J.

Latin

Zissy

With thousands of options to sort through, it can be overwhelming trying to find the perfect name for your cat. We’ve compiled a list of awesome girl cat names to make your search a little easier. Let’s run through some highlights together.

Today, the most popular girl cat names mirror the top names for baby girls in many ways. Luna and Bella are by far the most common, offering a cutesy yet mature feel that suits a growing kitty and little one alike. Lucy, Lily, and Lola are also shared between lists, along with Chloe, Stella, and Zoe.

Pop culture inspires many of today’s top girl cat names, too, like Nala, from Disney’s The Lion King. Minnie is another favorite, as in the beloved mouse, and Winnie, as in the lovable bear. Natasha is a good choice for Marvel’s Black Widow fanciers, while Raya is a Disney fan favorite. Celebrity names are also a goldmine of options, with Halsey, Cher, and Madonna making fierce feline monikers.

Word names are another favorite among female cat names. You could use one relating to her coat pattern like Calico or Tabby, or you could use the classic Kitty or Cat. Floral finds are hits across the board, with Daisy, Tigerlily, and Jasmine shining bright. There’s also Penny, fitting for a reddish cat, or Stormy for a gray feline. Other word name wows include Cloud, Sky, and Ruby.

If you’d like a name that’s a little less common, we’ve gathered up plenty of contenders on our list. See Erith, a sweet Hebrew name meaning “flower.” Zadie is another fun option, meaning “prosperous.” If your cat is a meower, see Chante, meaning “singer,” or Rania, meaning “she is singing.” For the meaning “lucky,” check out Felis, Fausta, and Gada.

As you can see, girl cat names come in all sorts of styles. Hopefully, you find some contenders in our collection.