Egyptian Cat Names - Page 5

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Female
Jemimah
(Arabic)
Little dove. In the bible one of Job's three daughters known as the most beautiful women of their time: (the other two were Keziah and Keren)
Female
Lacee
(French)
Derived from Lacey which is a French Nobleman's surname brought to British Isles after Norman conquest.
Female
Blasa
(Spanish)
Stutters
Male
Wintanweorth
(English)
From the white one's estate
Female
Susannah
(Hebrew)
Graceful lily In the apocryphal Book of Tobit Susannah courageously defended herself against wrongful accusation. White lilies grew in the Biblical city of Susa in Persia.
Male
Dunley
(English)
From the hill meadow
Male
Lorette
(English)
Diminutive of Laura or Lora referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
Female
Nuttah
My heart (Algonquin)
Male
Robertson
(Scottish)
Son of Robert
Female
Novalee
Chases butterflies. Combination of Nova and Lee.
Male
Cuinn
(Celtic)
Wise
Male
Jett
(Hebrew)
Excellence, abundance, riches.
Male
Omar
(Hebrew)
Speaker. 12th century Persian poet and astronomer and mathematician Omar Khayyam. Caliph Omar II made Islam an imperial power.
Male
Aeccestane
(English)
Swordsman's stone
Male
Randel
(English)
Variants of Randolph Wolf's shield. Surname.
Either
Mofford
Female
Omat
(Irish)
The color of olive
Female
Lenore
Male
Johann
(German)
Variant of the Hebrew John Jehovah has been gracious: has shown favor.
Male
Jordon
(French)
Variant of Hebrew Jordan down flowing.
Male
Jean Baptiste
(French)
French form of John the Baptist
Male
Darneil
(English)
Hidden.
Female
Melissa
Either
Mars
(Greek)
Female
Neda
(English)
Wealthy guardian