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Spanish Cat Names

Hola, this page features a great collection of Spanish cat names.

Here you’ll find names of famous Spanish people and places as well as some traditional Spanish names and their meanings.

“Cat” term in Spanish

  • El Gato or Los Gatos – Male Cat, Tomcat
  • La Gata or Las Gatas – Female Cat
  • El Felino – Feline, Cat

So, if Spanish cat names appeal to you, feel free to choose one from this list.

Female Spanish Cat Names

  • Alicia – Alicia de Larrocha, pianist
  • Ana – Ana Corbero, painter and sculptor
  • Armada – Spanish navy fleet
  • Caritina – “Funny”
  • Chiquita – “Small one”
  • Elena – Princess Elena, daughter of the King of Spain
  • Emilia – Emilia Pardo Bazan, author
  • Evita – “Life”
  • Fiesta – Spanish meaning “party”
  • Isabella – Queen regnant of Spain
  • Leonor – Princess Leonor, second in line to Spanish throne
  • Letizia – Princess of Asturias, further queen consort of Spain
  • Lolita – Lolita Flores, actress and singer
  • Luz – “Light”
  • Margarita – “Pearl”
  • Maribel – Maribel Verdu, actress
  • Marina – Marina Perez, model
  • Montserrat – Montserrat Caballe, soprano
  • Patti – Adelina Patti, opera singer
  • Paz – Paz Vega, actress
  • Penelope – Penelope Cruz, actress
  • Rosalia – Rosalia de Castro, poet
  • Rosario – Rosario Flores, singer
  • Senora – Mrs. or Madam
  • Siesta – Spanish tradition, afternoon nap
  • Tamara – Tamara Rojo (ballerina)
  • Urraca – Queen of Spain was Europe’s first queen regnant

Male Spanish Cat Names

  • Alejandro – Alejandro Sanz, singer
  • Alfonso – Name of several Spanish kings
  • Alfredo – Alfredo Kraus, tenor
  • Antonio – Antonio Buero Vallejo, playwright
  • Aurelio – “Gold”
  • Balboa – Vasco Nunez de Balboa, explorer
  • Ballesteros – Severiano Ballesteros, golfer
  • Banderas – Antonio Banderas, actor
  • Camaron – Camaron de la Isla, flamenco singer
  • Carmelo – “Orchard”
  • Chico – “Boy”
  • Delgado – Pedro Delgado, cyclist
  • Diego – Diego de Almagro, explorer
  • Domingo – Placido Domingo, tenor
  • Emilio – “Winning one”
  • Felipe – Prince Felipe, heir to the Spanish throne
  • Ferdinand – 19th century King of Spain
  • Fernando – Fernando Alonso, F1 world champion
  • Flamenco – Dance style
  • Francisco – Francisco de Orellana, 1st European to explore the Amazon
  • Gabriel – Gabriel de Castilla, explorer who first to sight Antarctica
  • Garcia – Sergio Garcia, golfer
  • Gerardo – Gerardo Diego, poet
  • Javier – Javier Bardem, actor
  • Joaquin – Joaquin Rodrigo, composer and pianist
  • Julio – Julio Iglesias, singer
  • Lorenzo – Jorge Lorenzo, motorcycle world champion
  • Luis – Luis Garcia Berlanga, movie director
  • Miguel – Miguel de Cervantes, author (Don Quixote)
  • Nino – Nino Bravo, pop singer
  • Pablo – Luis de Pablo, composer
  • Perez – Alonso Perez, painter
  • Picasso – Pablo Picasso, painter
  • Rafael – Rafael Nadal, tennis player
  • Raul – Raul Gonzalez, soccer player
  • Rico – “Rich”
  • Salvador – Salvador Dali, painter
  • Sanchez –  Samuel Sanchez, athlete
  • Santana –  Manuel Santana, tennis player
  • Sergi – Sergi Lopez, actor
  • Torres – Fernando Torres, soccer player
  • Villa – David Villa, soccer player

Cat Names Inspired by Spanish Places

  • Alella – Wine Region of Mainland Spain
  • Andalusia – Autonomous region
  • Barcelona – City in Spain
  • Bilbao – City
  • Ibiza – Island
  • Jumilla – Town
  • Valdeorras – Wine region
  • Rioja – Wine region in Spain
  • Madrid – Capital of Spain
  • Majorca – Spanish island in the Mediterranean
  • Malaga – Region of Spain
  • Mentrida – Wine region
  • Mondejar – Wine region
  • La Mancha – Region
  • Navarra – Wine region
  • Sierra – Sierra Nevada mountain
  • Tenerife – Part of the Canary Island
  • Toro – Wine region
  • Valencia – Third largest city in Spain
  • Vigo – City in northern Spain
  • Yecla – Town

Cat Names Inspired by Spanish Food and Drinks

  • Aioli – A garlic based dip
  • Bocadillo or Bocata – Sandwich
  • Cava – Sparkling wine
  • Churros – Fried dough fingers
  • Empanadas de Frita – Fried Pasties
  • Espárrago – Asparagus vegetable
  • Manzanilla – Sherry
  • Olla de Berza – Cabbage Stew
  • Paella – A rich rice dish
  • Piquillo – Peppers
  • Tapas – Small appetizers
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