Norse Mythology Cat Names, Names After Norse Gods and Goddesses

Norse Mythology Cat NamesIf you are interested in Norse mythology, you may find it a fantasy world of myths and gods. Norse gods, goddesses, beings and heroes are the stuff that Nordic mythology is made of, and each has a story behind it. There are so many sounding names that you could name your beloved kitty after one of these gods. Lots of these names make good cat names, for instance Aesir, Odin, Frigg, Thor, Balder, Freya and Vanir.



NameMeaningGenderOrigin
AiloveFemale
AlfEnglish, "wise counselor"MaleEnglish
AmberA hard brownish-yellow fossil resin, precious jewelFemaleWord
AnnaArthur's sister FemaleGreek
AppleA firm round red or green fruit. Also one that is treasured - the apple of my eye.FemaleNature
ArilionMaleHebrew
BalderViking mythology: The God of lightUnisex
BaldurPrinceUnisexGerman
BaneA centaur. Male
BeowulfIntelligent WolfUnisexAnglo-Saxon
BorUnisexHebrew
BrunhildeDark or noble Female
DoriGolden-HairedUnisex
DurinMythical DwarfUnisexGerman
EarthUnisexHebrew
ElliTorchUnisexFinnish
FafnirSwedish mythology: a dragonUnisex
FetchTo go after something and return with it.Unisex
FinnBlond MaleIrish
FitchErmineUnisexEnglish
FreyViking mythology: the god of weather and fertilityMaleScandinavian
FreyaA Modern Form Of FreyjaFemaleNorse
FreyaViking mythology: the goddess of fertilityFemaleNorse
FreyjaUnisexHebrew
GandalfMaleHebrew




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