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70 Exotic Cat Names

Looking for exotic cat names? Here is a collection of exotic male/female cat names, along with their meaning.

  • Thalia – blooming in Greek
  • Ulrich – ruling wolf in German
  • Ari – lion in Hebrew
  • Adita – first root in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Rangsey – seven colors in Cambodian
  • Mukhtar – chosen in Arabic
  • Annipe – daughter of the Nile in Egyptian
  • Vladimir – renowned prince in Russian
  • Panya – mouse in Kiswahili
  • Ivana – God is gracious in Czech
  • Renaldo – ruler in Spanish
  • Alessandro – defender of mankind in Italian
  • Chantrea – moon in Cambodian
  • Azizi – precious in Egyptian
  • Senkima – monkey in Ugandan
  • Sabine – German form of Sabrina
  • Svetlana – star in Russian
  • Ugo – Eagle in Nigerian
  • Lencho – lion in Ethiopian and Kenyan
  • Daiki – great glory in Japanese
  • Farfalle – butterfly in Italian
  • Achilles – warrior in Greek
  • Adhira – meaning restless in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Sempala – antelope in Ugandan
  • Inama – wild animals in Zambian
  • Haneul – heaving, sky in Korean
  • Siri – tiger in Nigerian
  • Suki – beloved in Japanese
  • Dirk – famous ruler in German
  • Amorita – little loved in Latin

  • Lilja – lily in Finnish
  • Goya – wild cat in South African
  • Priya – love in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Ahmad – commendable in Arabic
  • Uma – second daughter in Nigerian
  • Kamilah – perfect in Egyptian
  • Akira – bright in Japanese
  • Hamisi – Thursday’s child in Somalian
  • Arun – sun in Burmese
  • Bala – strength in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Zaki – lion in West African
  • Ekaterina – pure in Russian
  • Bao – precious treasure in Chinese
  • Dae-jung – great and vast in Korean
  • Karima – generous and noble in Arabic
  • Bacio – kiss in Italian
  • Oro – gold in Spanish
  • Indra – God of rain and thunder in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Amara – everlasting in Italian
  • Maia – goddess of spring in Greek
  • Ruwa – beauty in Arabic
  • Saki – cape in Japanese
  • Demetria – Goddess of harvest and fertility in Greek
  • Abasi – serious in Egyptian
  • Anatoly – sunrise in Russian
  • Sabra – patient in Egyptian
  • Fairuz – turquoise in Arabic
  • Myeong – bright and clear in Korean
  • Krishna – dark, black in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Akemi – beauty in Japanese
  • Javiera – owner of the house in Spanish
  • Kameko – superior child in Japanese
  • Kali – black in Hindu
  • Hans – gift from God in German
  • Twiga – giraffe in Kiswahili
  • Ambrossio – divine in Spanish