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Top 50 Popular Cat Names From Greece

Are you a true fan of Greek culture and Mythology? We offer you to choose the name for your kitten from the following list.

  •     Ares – God of war and violence.
  •     Kyra – Enthroned.
  •     Xanthe – Yellow, golden-haired.
  •     Moussaka – A greek dish that includes eggplant, potato or ground beef.
  •     Cyrena – Sea nymph.
  •     Anastasia – Resurrection.
  •     Athena – Goddess of wisdom, intelligence, skill.
  •     Orion – Son of fire.
  •     Petrina – A rock.
  •     Iyonna – Gracious.
  •     Theron – Hunter.
  •     Gaia – Earth.
  •     Damaris – Gentle.
  •     Zeus – King of the gods.
  •     Konstantina – God, perfect.
  •     Calliope – Beautiful voice.
  •     Calix – Very handsome.
  •     Patmos – A small Greek island in the Aegean.
  •     Taryn – King of rocky hill.
  •     Feta – Hailing from Greece, Feta is a brined curd white cheese.
  •     Volos – A coastal port city situated midway on the Greek mainland.
  •     Hera – A Greek goddess and the wife of Zeus.
  •     Pita – A soft, slightly leavened flatbread.
  •     Charissa – Hope.
  •     Venus – Love and beauty.
  •     Dimitur /Dimitris – Lover of the Earth.

  •     Crete – The largest Greek islands.
  •     Nyke – Victory, speed and triumph.
  •     Milos – A volcanic Greek island in the Aegean Sea.
  •     Gyro – A pita sandwich or the rotisserie cooked meat it contains.
  •     Aphrodite – Goddess of beauty, love and desire.
  •     Tzatziki – Dip comprised of yogurt, cucumber, garlic and olive oil.
  •     Aleksandrya – Helper and defender of mankind.
  •     Persephone – The daughter of Zeus and Demeter in Greek mythology.
  •     Evangelos – Messenger, angel.
  •     Pericles – A man with honor.
  •     Apollo – God of music, arts.
  •     Rhodes – The largest of the Dodecanese islands.
  •     Nastassia – Resurrection.
  •     Spiros – Large basket.
  •     Filo – A very thin, unleavened dough used for making pastries.
  •     Agora – Open market place, present in ancient Greek cities.
  •     Samos – A Greek island in the eastern Aegean Sea.
  •     Kalamata – A large city in Southern Greece.
  •     Feodora – God given.
  •     Callista – Beautiful.
  •     Hydra – One of the Saronic Islands of Greece.
  •     Athens – The capital and largest city in Greece.
  •     Damara – Gentle girl.
  •     Baklava – A sweet pastry.
  •     Cosmo – Order, universe.
  •     Katerini – A town in Central Macedonia, Greece.
  •     Mykonos – A Greek island.
  •     Panagiota – Holy.
  •     Delphina – Little girl.
  •     Alexandros / Alexander – Defending men.
  •     Santorini – An island in the southern Aegean Sea.
  •     Ethos – Characteristics specific to a person or culture.
  •     Anastasios – Resurrection.