What’s in a name? Well, for your cat it means the difference between being called “Mr. Mittens” or “The Great Pumpkin.”
It may not seem like much but when you get to know your furry friend, you’ll find that their unique personality and quirks are what make them special.
That’s why we’ve compiled this list of pagan cat names to help you find one that reflects the true essence of your feline companion!
Male Pagan Cat Names
|Male Pagan Cat Names||Meanings|
|Lammas||A Wiccan sabbat held in August.|
|Loki||The Norse god of tricks and mischief.|
|Rogan||A Gaelic word for “red hair.”|
|Gajasimha||In Hindu mythology, a beast with the body of a lion and an elephant’s head.|
|Shiva||The Hindu god of destruction is associated with tigers.|
|Dionysus||A Greek god of wine who had a chariot pulled by panthers and rode leopards.|
|Tezcatlipoca||An Aztec god of the sky who appears as a jaguar.|
|Manjushiri||A Buddhist god who’s mount and companion was a tiger.|
|Ruari||From the Irish, it refers to a king (or queen) with red hair.|
|Barong||An Indonesian god who is pictured with lion like or panther like qualities.|
|Shedu||An ancient Assyrian god with a lion’s body, wings and a human head|
|Grimoire||A book of spells.|
|Leon||A Greek word for a lion.|
|Maahes or Mihos||An Egyptian god of war who was the son of Bastet. He had the head of a lion.|
|Besom||A broom used in magic.|
|Gawain||A Welsh name that means “hawk” and is also a knight of King Arthur’s court.|
|Aoelus||Greek for “wind.”|
|Gwydion||A wizard from Welsh mythology.|
|Nergal||An ancient Babylonian god of the sun who is pictured as a lion.|
|Talisman||A type of magical object.|
|Griffin||Found in Greek and Roman mythology, this beast has the body of a lion and head and wings of an eagle.|
|Sphynx||A creature in Egyptian mythology with the body of a lion and the head of the Pharaoh.|
|Finn||An Irish name for boys or girls that means “fair” or “white.”|
|Pentacle||A five pointed star used in spells.|
|Candlemas||A Wiccan sabbat held in February.|
|Mabon||A Wiccan sabbat held during the fall equinox.|
|Caireann||From Gaelic, it means “little friend.”|
|Kane||A Gaelic word for “little fighter.”|
Female Pagan Cat Names
|Female Pagan Cat Names||Meanings|
A Wiccan sabbat held during the spring equinox.
A Welsh goddess and a popular name for witches.
A Hebrew name that means “of the night.” Also Adam’s first wife in some Hebrew stories.
A witch from the story of King Arthur.
A witch who was the daughter of Diana, a Roman Goddess, and is considered a moon goddess in Wicca.
Means “snow” in Welsh.
The term for the two parts of a Tarot deck, Major Arcana and Minor Arcana.
The Celtic word for beauty or beautiful.
A name for a witch queen in several European mythologies.
From old English, it means fairy or with fairies.
One who has studied magic and is very knowledgeable.
A dagger used during Wiccan rituals.
Symbols that are used for predicting the future and casting spells.
A Greek goddess associated with the moon and hunting. Can also be a male cat’s name.
From the Irish, it means affection or love.
Gaelic word for beautiful.
A Celtic word for “radiance” who was also the Fairy Queen.
A Wiccan sabbat held at the end of October and is associated with Halloween.
Hebrew for “lion of god.”
A Wiccan sabbat held during the winter solstice.
A type of staff made of wood used in magic.
The Fairy Queen from the Shakespeare play A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
One of the seasonal festivals for Wiccans which corresponds to May Day.
It means “queen” in Latin.
|Pythia||A Greek oracle.|
Fires that are burned outside during Wiccan festivals.
Another name for a Greek oracle.
From the play by Euripides of the same name, she was a Greek witch.
I hope this list of cat names has helped you to find the perfect name for your new feline friend. If not, don’t worry!
There are plenty more mystical cat names out there that you can find in our blog.