100 Female Cat Christmas Names

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  • Are you looking for the perfect Christmas themed cat name for a female? We have over 100 names to choose from including book and movie characters, Santa’s helpers, food and Christmas legends and folklore.



    Abigail Cause of joy
    Alambil Planet visible from Narnia
    Allegra Joyful
    Angelique Angelic
    Anya The first name of Mrs Claus in the movie Santa Claus
    Asher Happy and blessed
    Avery Elf queen
    Befana Italian folklore, old woman who gives children Christmas gifts
    Bell, Belle Christmas bell
    Beth Short for Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus
    Brandy Drink
    Buche de Noel French name for traditional Christmas Yule log
    Candy Christmas candy, candy cane
    Carol Religious Christmas song
    Cedar Tree
    Chestnut A fruit traditionally roasted in the winter months
    Christina Follower of Christ
    Cider Drink popular in the winter months (sometimes spiced)
    Cinnamon Spice used in Christmas cooking and drinks
    Claire French form of Clara
    Clara Character from The Nutcracker
    Clarice Love interest of Rudolph the reindeer in
    the movie Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
    Clementine Citrus fruit often put in Christmas
    Coco/Cocoa Chocolate drink
    Cookie Sweet treat, often left out for Santa
    Cranberry Fruit used in cranberry sauce
    Dorothea Gift of God
    Dove Bird associated with Christmas and
    Eggnog Traditional Christmas drink
    Eira A female name originating from the Norse
    goddess Eir which means snow
    Elena Spanish, Italian, German, Greek variation of Helen which means ‘bright, shining light’
    Erela Angel in Hebrew
    Esther Old Persian name which means star
    Evangeline Bearer of good news
    Eve The night before Christmas day
    Evergreen Christmas trees are evergreen
    Faith To trust
    Felicity Happiness
    Feliz (Navidad) Christmas song
    Frankincense One of the gifts given to Jesus by the three wise men
    Frosty Icy
    Fudge Traditional sweet often made at Christmas
    Garland Christmas decoration
    Ginger Spice commonly used in Christmas cooking
    Glitter Used to decorate Christmas cards
    Gloria Christmas carol
    Goose Bird commonly cooked at Christmas
    Grace Prayer
    Holly Bush used for Christmas decorations
    Hope Jesus is said to have brought hope
    Ice Frozen water common in wintertime
    Igloo House made from snow
    Ivy Plant often used to in Christmas
    Jadis Character from Narnia
    Jeanette God is gracious, included in the Christmas
    ‘Bring a Torch, Jeanette Isabella’
    Jemima Hope
    Jingle Jingle Bells, popular Christmas song
    Josephina Female form of Joseph
    Joy Christmas is said to bring joy, hope and peace
    Joyeux Noel Merry Christmas in French
    Lucy Means light, Lucy is also a character from Narnia
    Mary Mother of Jesus
    Marzipan Almond confection commonly used in Christmas cake
    Merry, Merri Merry Christmas
    Mistletoe Plant traditionally displayed in homes over Christmas
    Mittens Hand coverings used in cold weather
    Mitzi Rudolph’s mother in the movie Rudolph the
    Red-Nosed Reindeer
    Myrrh Gift given to the baby Jesus
    Natalia Christmas day
    Nazareth The childhood home of Jesus
    Neva A primarily Spanish name which means snow
    Noelle Female form of Noel
    Nora Light
    Nutmeg Spice commonly used on Christmas cooking
    Paloma Dove in Spanish
    Partridge Bird from the Christmas song ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’
    Polar Polar bear
    Pomander Traditional orange decorated with cloves
    Prunaprismia, Queen Character from Narnia
    Pumpkin Vegetable commonly served with Christmas lunch or dinner
    Pudding Christmas pudding, traditional dessert served on Christmas day
    Reindeer Animals who pull Santa’s sleigh
    Robin, Robyn A red chested bird commonly seen during winter
    Rosemary Herb commonly used in Christmas garlands
    Rudolph Santa’s reindeer who had the red nose
    Sally Character from The Nightmare Before Christmas
    Snow Icy rain crystals common around
    Snowflake A single ice crystal
    Spruce Evergreen commonly used as a Christmas tree
    Star Christmas decoration used on the top of a Christmas tree
    Stella Star
    Susan Pevensie Character from Narnia
    Suzy (Snowflake) Song written by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett, made famous by Rosemary Clooney
    Tanne Fir in German
    Tinsel Christmas decoration
    Trinity Refers to the Holy Trinity in Christian faith
    Twinkle Twinkling star
    Winter The season of Christmas in the Northern Hemisphere
    Yule Christmas
    Zuzu Daughter from the Christmas movie It’s a Wonderful Life

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