Unusual Greek Cat Names For Male Kittens

Greek is a cool source for cat names. You could name your male kitty after one of the Greek Gods, Heroes and Monsters. You could also choose those baby names of Greek origin, most of these names have great meanings.

We have collected over 100 male cat names of Greek origin, and these unique names are from Greek mythologies, stories, and literature. You will surely love these names if you like Greek culture.

Acan: God of wine.

Achilles: The son of the beautiful nymph Thetis and Peleus, the king of the Myrmidons.
Adonia: Extremely good looking, Feminine of Adonis.
Adonis: Adonis was a young man so beautiful that Aphrodite, goddess of love, became enamored of him. The name Adonis has come to epitomize male beauty.
Aeneas: Most praised.
Aesop: An ancient Greek author of fables.
Ajax: Known as Ajax the Great, he figures prominently in the Trojan War.
Alistair: Guardian or protector.
Alpha: First letter of the Greek alphabet, corresponding to "A".
Amarande: Unfading. A variant of Amarantha, also the name of both a mythical and a real plant.
Ambrose: Immortal.
Andrew: Masculine.
Angelo: Angel.
Anubis: Mortuary God.
Apollo: God of Light and the Sun, Poetry, Healing Arts, Truth and Prophecy and defender of herds and flocks.
Archon: Primordial creator Gods.
Ares: God of war.
Arion: An ancient Greek poet.
Aristo: Best. Also a variant of Aristeo.
Aristotle: An ancient Greek philosopher who studied under Plato.
Atlas: One of the Titans, his name means hard and enduring.
Attica: An ancient historical geographical region in Greece, which includes Athens.
Bacchus: God of wine and intoxication.
Balthasar: May God protect the king.
Boreas: God of the north wind.
Cadmus: Legendary founder of Thebes.
Castor: A beaver.
Cerberus: The three-headed dog that guards the entrance to the underworld.
Cernunnos: Fertility and chthonic God.
Chaos: Primordial Greek God. Translated from Greek, Chaos means emptiness, vast void, chasm, the abyss.
Chiron: The Civilized Centaur.
Cole: Swarthy, coal-black, charcoal.
Cosmo: Order, harmony, beauty.
Damian: A person who tames.
Damon: A steadfast and loyal person.
Dasha: Gift of God. Also a variant of Dorothy.
Delphi: This was a town in ancient Greece containing the oracle of Apollo.
Demetrius: A follower of the Greek fertility goddess Demeter.
Demitrius: A variant of Demetrius.
Dunixi: God of wine.
Epicurus: An ancient Greek philosopher who promoted sensory pleasure.
Epirus: A region which lies in southern Albania and northern Greece.
Epsilon: The 5th letter of the Greek alphabet.
Erasmus: To love.
Eugene: High-born.
Giles: Small goat.
Greco: I love the smell of Greek cooking.
Gwydion: God of war.
Hades: God of death.
Hector: One of the bravest Trojan warriors. He was killed by the Greek warrior Achilles.
Heimdall: Guardian of Asgard.
Helicon: A mountain region in Greece that was the mythological home of the muses.
Hermes: The god of animal husbandry.
Hippocrates: Ancient Greek physician. He is considered the Father of Medicine.
Homer: Two of the greatest works of Greek epic poetry, the "Iliad" and the "Odyssey", are attributed to Homer.
Hyperion: God of primordial light.

Iggy: Fiery.
Indira: God of heaven and thunderstorms.
Indra: God of rain and thunder.
Irma: God of War.
Isidore: A gift from Isis.
Ithaca: Greek Island and Odysseus’ home.
Janus: God of passage.
Jason: A healer.
Kaili: Hawaiian God.
Kallinos: An ancient Greek lyricist.
Kane: God of light.
Leander: One who is as brave as a lion.
Linus: A person with flaxen hair.
Lupercus: God of wolves.
Menelaus: A king of Sparta and Helen of Troy's husband.
Mikali: God like.
Milo: Soldier.
Myles: Soldier.
Naolin: Aztec God of the sun.
Neit: God of war.
Nemo: The captain in Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea.
Nereus: Minor sea God.
Nicosia: The capital of the island of Cyprus.
Niko: Victory of the people.
Orestes: A man who comes from the mountain.
Orion: A mighty hunter, the son of Poseidon, who was turned into a constellation.
Orthrus: Two-headed dog and brother of Cerberus, the Sphinx, the Hydra of Lerna and the Chimera.
Osiris: Chthonic God of the underworld.
Oswald: God of the Forest.
Otis: A person with great hearing.
Owen: High born. A great name for the dog that comes from pure blood lines.
Pan: God of Shepherds and Flocks, part man and part goat.
Pericles: An ancient Greek statesman.
Phemia: God of Speech.
Philo: Gentle.
Pillan: God of stormy weather.
Plato: The nickname given the famous Greek philosopher by his teacher in athletics in honor of his broad physique.
Pollux: One of the twin sons of Leda and brothers of Helen of Troy and Clytemnestra.
Quirino: Mars, God of war.
Raheem: Compassionate God.
Ram: God like.
Sebastian: Person from ancient city of Sebasta.
Sirius: The Dog Star and Companion of Orion.
Socrates: Ancient Greek philosopher and teacher who sought truth and goodness.
Spartan: Spartans were the citizens of Sparta.
Stacy: Resurrection.
Tate: Creator God.
Telly: Best.
Thaddeus: Brave.
Theodore: A gift from God.
Thespis: Ancient Greek actor and playwrite.
Titan: One of the Elder Gods.
Titus: Of the giants.
Troy: The high walled city that lay under siege for 9 years during the Trojan War.
Tyra: God of battle.
Tyrone: A sovereign ruler.
Ulysses: A king of Ithaca and brave warrior who fought in the Trojan War.
Wodan: God of war.
Xanthus: Golden-haired.
Xenos: A stranger or guest.
Xylon: One who comes from the forest.
Yuri: Farmer.
Zaci: God of Fatherhood.
Zale: Sea-strength.
Zeno: The ancient Greek philosopher who founded stoicism.
Zephyr: The son of Astraeus and Eos, the goddess of the dawn.
Zeus: The King of the Olympian Gods, God of Sky and Thunder, and rules over the Heavens and Earth.

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