Spanish Cat Names

Are you ready to add some Spanish flair to your furry friend's name? This list of Spanish cat names is sure to have you saying "¡Hola!" to your new favorite moniker, with a fiesta of puns and cultural references that'll make you want to don a sombrero.

Spanish Cat Names

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All Spanish Cat Names

  • Commonly used in Spanish-speaking countries as a girl's name.
  • A popular feminine name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Augustus.
  • Means "joy" in Spanish, often used in literature and songs.
  • A popular female name originating from Spain.
  • Means "high" in Spanish, often used for places or mountains.
  • No connection between Alwar and Spanish culture or language exists.
  • Means "beloved" in Spanish, often used as a female first name.
  • Means "lover" in Spanish, often used in romantic contexts.
  • Ana
    Common female name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Hebrew Hannah.
  • Commonly used in Spanish-speaking countries, both names have religious origins.
  • Spanish equivalent of Andrew, common in Hispanic cultures.
  • Common male name, derived from religious influence, meaning "messenger of God".
  • Common feminine name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Latin Antonius.
  • Common male name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Latin Antonius.
  • Derived from Ariadne, it means "very holy" in Spanish.
  • A common male name in Spanish-speaking countries, meaning "bear king".
  • Spanish for bamboo, often used in Latin American art and design.
  • Associated with Spanish, meaning "berry" and a popular female name.
  • Means "beautiful" in Spanish, often used as a female given name.
  • A common male name in Spanish-speaking countries, often shortened to Nino.
  • Common nickname in Spanish-speaking cultures, derived from Alberto or Roberto.
  • Beso translates to "kiss" in Spanish.
  • No connection to Spanish culture or language identified.
  • Means "whiskers" in Spanish, often used as a nickname.
  • Bombón refers to a sweet treat or an attractive person in Spanish.
  • Means "candy" in Spanish, often used as a term of endearment.
  • Means "pretty" in Spanish and is often used as a female name.
  • Commonly used in Mexico, derived from Celtic origin meaning "high, noble".
  • Means "witch" in Spanish, often used in folklore and superstitions.
  • Derived from Germanic roots, popular in Spanish-speaking countries.
  • Means "good" in Spanish and is used in many phrases and places.
  • Means "hot" in Spanish and is often used in food and weather contexts.
  • Common female name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Latin origin.
  • Means "candy" in Spanish, often used as a term of endearment.
  • Diminutive form of Carlos, common in Spanish-speaking countries.
  • Popular Spanish female name, often associated with Bizet's opera set in Spain.
  • "Cazador" translates to "hunter" in Spanish.
  • Means "girl" in Spanish, often used as a term of endearment.
  • Means "small boy" in Spanish, often used as a nickname.
  • Common nickname in Spanish-speaking cultures, means small or little one.
  • Means "little girl" in Spanish, often used as a term of endearment.
  • Means "spark" in Spanish, often used to describe lively personalities.
  • Chuche is a colloquial term for candy or sweets in Spain.
  • Chuchi is a Spanish slang term for something cute or pretty.
  • A popular sweet snack originating from Spain.
  • A traditional Puerto Rican Christmas drink made with rum and coconut.
  • Means "little thing" in Spanish, often used as a term of endearment.
  • A common Spanish name, often linked to explorer Christopher Columbus.
  • Cuki is a term of endearment in Spanish, similar to "sweetie".
  • Common male name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Greek "to tame".
  • No connection to Spanish culture or language.
  • A popular female name in Spain, derived from "delfín", meaning dolphin.
  • Means "sorrows" in Spanish and is a common female name.
  • Means "sweet" in Spanish and is a common female name.
  • Common male name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Old English.
  • A common female name in Spain, derived from Greek "Helen".
  • Derived from Spanish, often used in Hispanic cultures.
  • Common feminine name derived from Spanish and Latin origins.
  • Derived from Spanish, meaning "God is my light".
  • Derived from Spanish, meaning elusive or evasive.
  • Common feminine name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Latin "Fabianus".
  • Associated with a popular Catholic pilgrimage site in Portugal.
  • Short form of Federico, a common name in Spanish-speaking countries.
  • Common first name in Spanish-speaking countries, also a Spanish king's name.
  • Means "happy" in Spanish and is commonly used in greetings.
  • A common male name originating from Spain.
  • Means "ferocious" in Spanish, often used as a male first name.
  • A common male name in Spanish-speaking countries, meaning "faithful".
  • Associated with upper-class, often used mockingly in Mexican slang.
  • Means "flower" in Spanish, often used as a female name.
  • Spanish version of the name Florence, popular in Hispanic cultures.
  • Derived from Spanish, meaning "little flower", often used as a female name.
  • A common male name originating from Spain, often shortened to Paco.
  • Associated with Spain's former dictator and a common Spanish surname.
  • Means "strong" in Spanish and is a type of avocado.
  • One of the Three Wise Men in Spanish Christmas tradition.
  • Means "gypsy woman" in Spanish, often used in flamenco culture.
  • Means "fat" in Spanish, often used as a nickname or term of endearment.
  • Means "fat" in Spanish and is often used as a nickname.
  • A revered Virgin Mary apparition in Mexican Catholicism.
  • Means "warrior" in Spanish, often used as a surname.
  • A common male name originating from Spanish-speaking countries.
  • Derived from Spanish, meaning sun, often used in names.
  • Derived from Hercules, a popular figure in Spanish mythology and literature.
  • Spanish version of Homer, famous Greek poet and author of Odyssey.
  • Common first name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Germanic origin.
  • Popular name due to Queen Isabella of Castile in Spain.
  • Commonly used in Spanish-speaking countries, originates from Hebrew.
  • Feminine form of Ivan, popular in Spanish-speaking countries.
  • A common male first name originating from Spain.
  • Common Spanish male name, often associated with Saint Joaquin.
  • A common male name in Spanish-speaking countries, from biblical origin.
  • A common female name in Spain, derived from Joseph.
  • Means "young" in Spanish, often used for males.
  • A common male first name in Spanish-speaking countries.
  • A common female name in Spanish-speaking countries, meaning "God is gracious".
  • A common feminine name in Spanish-speaking countries, often a nickname.
  • A common female name in Spain, often linked to Shakespeare's Juliet.
  • Derived from Spanish, often used in Latin American countries.
  • No connection between Karkkia and Spanish culture or language exists.
  • Derived from Spanish, meaning "victorious one".
  • A variant of Elias, common in Spanish-speaking regions.
  • Derived from Spanish, meaning "light" or "compassion".
  • Means "beautiful" in Spanish, often used as a compliment.
  • Lión is a Spanish variant of the name Leon, meaning lion.
  • Diminutive form of Carmelita, a common name in Spanish-speaking countries.
  • Means "wolf" in Spanish, often used as a nickname or surname.
  • Loco means crazy in Spanish and is commonly used in conversation.
  • A common male name in Spain, derived from Latin for "laurel-crowned".
  • Not directly linked to Spanish culture or language.
  • Common given name derived from Latin, meaning "light-giving" or "illumination".
  • Popular Spanish female name, derived from Latin word for "light".
  • A common male name in Spanish-speaking countries, often linked to music.
  • Derived from Spanish, meaning "little light", often used as a nickname.
  • Short for Guadalupe, a significant religious figure in Mexico.
  • Derived from Spanish, refers to Saint Mary Magdalene in Christianity.
  • A common Basque name meaning "love" and "one who is adored".
  • Famous Spanish pop singer known for her flamenco-influenced music.
  • Common short form of Maria, a popular name in Spanish culture.
  • A common female name in Spanish-speaking countries, often religiously inspired.
  • Derived from Latin, means "of the sea" in Spanish.
  • Martes is the Spanish word for Tuesday.
  • Common feminine name derived from Latin, prevalent in Spanish-speaking countries.
  • Common Spanish name, derived from Matthew, meaning "gift of God".
  • A common male name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Matthew.
  • Common Spanish name, often linked to royalty and historical figures.
  • Common Spanish name meaning "greatest", often used in Latin cultures.
  • Mía translates to "mine" in Spanish, often used as a female name.
  • A common female name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Michael.
  • Common male name originating from Spanish-speaking countries.
  • A term of endearment in Spanish, meaning "my daughter".
  • Associated with Spanish opera, popularized by character in "La Bohème".
  • Minino is Spanish slang for kitten, reflecting the language's playfulness.
  • Used as a term of endearment in Spain, similar to "sweetie".
  • Means "mountain" in Spanish, often used in geographical names.
  • Means "doll" in Spanish, often used as a term of endearment.
  • Common female name in Spanish-speaking countries, meaning "Christmas Day".
  • Means "girl" in Spanish and is used in naming hurricanes.
  • Means "boy" in Spanish and is used in religious and weather contexts.
  • Means "night" in Spanish, often used in cultural events and phrases.
  • Associated with a dance style from Andalusia, Spain.
  • Means "cloud" in Spanish, often used in literature and poetry.
  • Oro
    Means "gold" in Spanish, often used in names and places.
  • Osa
    Means "female bear" in Spanish and is a common Costa Rican surname.
  • No direct connection between Spanish culture or language exists.
  • Oso
    Oso translates to bear in Spanish language.
  • A common male name in Spain, derived from Apostle Paul.
  • Not directly linked to Spanish culture or language.
  • Pastel means cake in Spanish and is a popular dessert.
  • A common male name originating from Spain, often used in literature.
  • Peludo translates to "hairy" in Spanish and is used colloquially.
  • Pelusa is Spanish for fluff or lint, often used as a nickname.
  • Means "small" in Spanish, often used as a nickname or term of endearment.
  • Means "pearl" in Spanish and is a popular female name.
  • No connection to Spanish culture or language exists.
  • Spanish translation for the planet Pluto in astronomy.
  • A common nickname in Spain, often used for Francisco.
  • Polis is not related to Spanish culture or language.
  • Not directly linked to Spanish culture or language.
  • Famous Argentine cartoonist, creator of Spanish comic strip Mafalda.
  • A common male name in Spain, often used in literature and history.
  • Means "queen" in Spanish, often used as a female first name.
  • Rey
    Rey translates to "king" in Spanish.
  • Common male name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Richard.
  • Ricura translates to "delight" in Spanish, often used to describe attractiveness.
  • Common nickname in Spanish-speaking cultures, short for Rigoberto or Rodrigo.
  • Ronroneo is Spanish for the purring sound made by cats.
  • Rorro is a term of endearment in Spanish, often for a boy.
  • A diminutive form of Rosa, common in Spanish-speaking cultures.
  • Derived from "rubio", means little blonde in Spanish.
  • Common male name in Spain, derived from Latin meaning "red-haired".
  • Common Spanish name, linked to Saint James, patron saint of Spain.
  • Common first name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Latin.
  • Popularized by Mexican-American singer Selena Quintanilla-Pérez.
  • Means "forest" in Spanish, often used as a first or last name.
  • Common male name originating from Spain, often used in Hispanic communities.
  • Not directly linked to Spanish culture or language.
  • Derived from Spanish name Silvia, meaning "from the forest".
  • Popular Spanish name, derived from Greek, meaning wisdom.
  • Sombra means "shadow" in Spanish language.
  • Suave is a Spanish word meaning smooth, gentle, or pleasant.
  • Means "luck" in Spanish and is often used in cultural expressions.
  • A common male name in Spanish-speaking countries, meaning "praise".
  • Named after a Mexican town, this alcoholic drink is Spanish-speaking origin.
  • Tiburon translates to "shark" in Spanish.
  • Means "tender" in Spanish, often used as a first name.
  • Means "tiger" in Spanish and is a city in Argentina.
  • Common nickname in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from names like Martika.
  • Means "rudder" in Spanish and is a character in "The Lion King".
  • A popular card game in Argentina, Uruguay, and Southern Brazil.
  • Common female name in Spanish-speaking countries, derived from Latin "valens".
  • Associated with Saint Valentine, popular in Spanish-speaking cultures.
  • Means "brave" in Spanish and is commonly used as a surname.
  • A common male first name originating from Spain.
  • Derived from Spanish, meaning "sunshine" or "heaven".

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Spanish Cat Names: Stats

Spanish Cat Names currently rank in 41st place out of all MeowNames.com categories.

As of July 2024, spanish cat names are losing some popularity with new kitten owners. According to MeowNames stats, they are less fashionable than they were at this time last year.

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