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Top 60+ Exotic Cat Names With Meanings

Sometimes a popular cat name like Bella, Max, Tigger or Chloe just won’t do. Picking exotic cat names means it’s extremely unlikely that someone else will have the same name for their kitten, and it’s also a fun conversation starter to explain how you picked the name and what it means. Here you can find many options of exotic cat names that will fit perfectly for your kitten.

  • Sempala – antelope in Ugandan
  • Mukhtar – chosen in Arabic
  • Renaldo – ruler in Spanish
  • Ugo – Eagle in Nigerian
  • Annipe – daughter of the Nile in Egyptian
  • Azizi – precious in Egyptian
  • Ivana – God is gracious in Czech
  • Ahmad – commendable in Arabic
  • Svetlana – star in Russian
  • Bao – precious treasure in Chinese
  • Myeong – bright and clear in Korean
  • Krishna – dark, black in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Oro – gold in Spanish
  • Bala – strength in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Fairuz – turquoise in Arabic
  • Goya – wild cat in South African
  • Hamisi – Thursday’s child in Somalian
  • Abasi – serious in Egyptian
  • Suki – beloved in Japanese
  • Priya – love in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Twiga – giraffe in Kiswahili
  • Kameko – superior child in Japanese
  • Uma – second daughter in Nigerian
  • Dae-jung – great and vast in Korean
  • Panya – mouse in Kiswahili
  • Ambrossio – divine in Spanish
  • Farfalle – butterfly in Italian
  • Kamilah – perfect in Egyptian
  • Bacio – kiss in Italian
  • Siri – tiger in Nigerian
  • Inama – wild animals in Zambian
  • Adita – first root in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Dirk – famous ruler in German
  • Demetria – Goddess of harvest and fertility in Greek
  • Maia – goddess of spring in Greek
  • Saki – cape in Japanese
  • Adhira – meaning restless in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Hans – gift from God in German
  • Kali – black in Hindu
  • Akemi – beauty in Japanese
  • Senkima – monkey in Ugandan
  • Haneul – heaving, sky in Korean
  • Karima – generous and noble in Arabic
  • Rangsey – seven colors in Cambodian
  • Daiki – great glory in Japanese
  • Chantrea – moon in Cambodian
  • Lencho – lion in Ethiopian and Kenyan
  • Vladimir – renowned prince in Russian
  • Ari – lion in Hebrew
  • Javiera – owner of the house in Spanish
  • Alessandro – defender of mankind in Italian
  • Indra – God of rain and thunder in Sanskrit/Indian
  • Ekaterina – pure in Russian
  • Zaki – lion in West African
  • Sabra – patient in Egyptian
  • Thalia – blooming in Greek
  • Sabine – German form of Sabrina
  • Amorita – little loved in Latin
  • Arun – sun in Burmese
  • Lilja – lily in Finnish
  • Akira – bright in Japanese
  • Ruwa – beauty in Arabic
  • Achilles – warrior in Greek
  • Amara – everlasting in Italian
  • Anatoly – sunrise in Russian
  • Ulrich – ruling wolf in German

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