What does Escobar mean?

Powerful drug lord leader.

What's the origin of Escobar?


How is Escobar pronounced?


What does it say about you to have a cat named Escobar?

It could mean that you are a fan of the Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, or it could simply be a coincidence.

Is Escobar a good cat name?

Escobar has more syllables than most cat names, but if you want to make the name shorter, you can always give your cat a nickname. Escobar isn't one of the most common cat names, so your kitty will make waves! If you love the name, you should pick it!

Escobar is found in these categories:

sassy cat names

Echoes notorious charm and audacity, with a dash of mysterious allure.

badass cat names

Named after a notorious drug lord, it screams danger and rebellion.


Based on likes, Escobar ranks #2,535 with users of

Escobar is not a common cat name. If you love to stand out, this is a very good thing!

Popularity: Historical Trend

Escobar was, over the past 30 days, the 3984th ranked cat name for views on

As of May 2024, Escobar is becoming rarer and less popular with new kitten owners. Our stats reveal that the moniker is less fashionable than it was at this time last year.

We've seen quite a bit of variance in rank for this name. That might suggest its popularity is based on seasonal factors or perhaps pop culture events.

In the past week, Escobar was viewed 11 times, and liked 0 times.

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