Old fashioned-cat names are a popular category among cat owners. These vintage names here were popular a century ago.
Here you can find 60 old-fashioned female and male cat names recommended for you.
60 Old-Fashioned Cat Names
60 Old-Fashioned Male Cat Names
- Abe: Father of a Multitude
- Amos: This name means Brave.
- Artie: From the Roman clan name Artorius, meaning noble, courageous.
- Bert: Engliss name. It means noble, and bright.
- Calvin: Means Bald.
- Chester: This name means Fortress, walled town.
- Earl: A British nobleman.
- Elmer: Elmer is a Teutonic name meaning awe-inspiring.
- Ernest: It was popularized by the American author, Ernest Hemingway.
- Erwin: Scottish, English, and Irish name.
- Gerald: is a male and female Germanic meaning rule of the spear.
- Gus: English origin, means Great.
- Henry: English and French origin, composed of the elements haim, heim home.
- Homer: Greek origin, and means Pledge.
- Jared: Hebrew origin the meaning of the name Jared is Rose (flower).
- Jasper: Jasper is an old name that has a style, and originality.
- Leo: Leo is a short and cute name. The meaning of Leo is lion.
- Martin: It comes from the Latin name Martinus, which is a late derived form of the name of the Roman god Mars.
- Mickey: Mickey is Hebrew, and English origin. The meaning of Mickey is who resembles God?
- Oscar: os + cara. Meaning Friend of Deer, and Spear of God
- Otis: Otis an Old German and Old English name. The meaning of Otis is son of Otto.
- Phineas: Hebrew origin, meaning Oracle.
- Ralph: English, Irish, Scottish, Dutch, Scandinavian, and German masculine name.
- Sherman: Anglo-Saxon origin, meaning shearer of woolen garments.
- Silas: The meaning of the Latin name Silas is from the forest.
- Theo: Derives from the Ancient Greek
- Tobias: Greek origin. The meaning of Tobias is Goodness of Yahweh.
- Virgil: Latin origin name, meaning Flourishing.
- Waldo: English origin, means God’s Power.
- Wilber: Popular in Germany, means Bright will.
60 Old-Fashioned Female Cat Names
- Alice: English and German origin. Alice is a variant of the old French name Adelais.
- Eliza: English origin. It means My God is an oath.
- Ella: Greek, Norman, Hebrew. It means beautiful, fairy Maiden, Goddess.
- Gemma: Latin origin. This name means gem or gemstone.
- Harriet: Is an English version of the French Henriette. It means, power, ruler.
- Hazel: The name Hazel in an old take on evocative color names like Violet, Indigo, and Sienna.
- Lucinda: Latin origin, meaning light.
- Lydia: Greek origin. It means beautiful one, noble one.
- Matilda: Derives from the Old High German math. Meaning might, strength.
- Cecily: The name Cecily means Blind of Self Beauty and is of English origin.
- Clara: Clara or Klara is a female given name. It is the feminine form of the Late Latin name Clarus which meant clear, bright, and famous.
- Mercy: Mercy is girl’s name of English origin meaning compassion or forbearance.
- Minnie: A pet form of Miryam, a Hebrew name. Many believe it means sea of bitterness or sea of sorrow.
- Olive: Olive is a girl’s name of English origin meaning olive tree.
- Alma: The name Alma also has several meanings in a variety of languages, and is generally translated to feeds one’s soul or lifts the spirit.
- Amara: Indian origin and it means eternal.
- Bonnie: Scottish origin.
- Birdie: Birdie as a girl’s name has German, English, and American origins. The meaning of Birdie is bright, famous; little bird.
- Calliope: Meaning beautiful-voiced. Calliope was the most prominent of the Muses.
- Dora: Greek origin. It means gift.
- Ellis: It derives from the Greek Elias, and meaning “Yahweh is God”.
- Joyce: Meaning Lord.
- Lacy: The name derived from several French places.
Maxine: Maxine is a girl’s name of Latin origin. It means greatest.
- Opal: Opal is a feminine given name derived from the name of the gemstone opal.
- Polly: English origin. The name Polly means Great sorrow.
- Ruth: Hebrew name, it means Friend.
- Trudy: The name Trudy means Spear Strength and is of English origin.
- Vera: Vera s a female name of Russian origin. In Russian, Vera means faith.
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