100 Female Cat Christmas Names

Last Updated on December 14, 2021 by Julia Wilson

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.



AbigailCause of joy
AlambilPlanet visible from Narnia
AnyaThe first name of Mrs Claus in the movie Santa Claus
AsherHappy and blessed
AveryElf queen
BefanaItalian folklore, old woman who gives children Christmas gifts
Bell, BelleChristmas bell
BethShort for Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus
Buche de NoelFrench name for traditional Christmas Yule log
CandyChristmas candy, candy cane
CarolReligious Christmas song
ChestnutA fruit traditionally roasted in the winter months
ChristinaFollower of Christ
CiderDrink popular in the winter months (sometimes spiced)
CinnamonSpice used in Christmas cooking and drinks
ClaireFrench form of Clara
ClaraCharacter from The Nutcracker
ClariceLove interest of Rudolph the reindeer in
the movie Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
ClementineCitrus fruit often put in Christmas
Coco/CocoaChocolate drink
CookieSweet treat, often left out for Santa
CranberryFruit used in cranberry sauce
DorotheaGift of God
DoveBird associated with Christmas and
EggnogTraditional Christmas drink
EiraA female name originating from the Norse
goddess Eir which means snow
ElenaSpanish, Italian, German, Greek variation of Helen which means ‘bright, shining light’
ErelaAngel in Hebrew
EstherOld Persian name which means star
EvangelineBearer of good news
EveThe night before Christmas day
EvergreenChristmas trees are evergreen
FaithTo trust
Feliz (Navidad)Christmas song
FrankincenseOne of the gifts given to Jesus by the three wise men
FudgeTraditional sweet often made at Christmas
GarlandChristmas decoration
GingerSpice commonly used in Christmas cooking
GlitterUsed to decorate Christmas cards
GloriaChristmas carol
GooseBird commonly cooked at Christmas
HollyBush used for Christmas decorations
HopeJesus is said to have brought hope
IceFrozen water common in wintertime
IglooHouse made from snow
IvyPlant often used to in Christmas
JadisCharacter from Narnia
JeanetteGod is gracious, included in the Christmas
‘Bring a Torch, Jeanette Isabella’
JingleJingle Bells, popular Christmas song
JosephinaFemale form of Joseph
JoyChristmas is said to bring joy, hope and peace
Joyeux NoelMerry Christmas in French
LucyMeans light, Lucy is also a character from Narnia
MaryMother of Jesus
MarzipanAlmond confection commonly used in Christmas cake
Merry, MerriMerry Christmas
MistletoePlant traditionally displayed in homes over Christmas
MittensHand coverings used in cold weather
MitziRudolph’s mother in the movie Rudolph the
Red-Nosed Reindeer
MyrrhGift given to the baby Jesus
NataliaChristmas day
NazarethThe childhood home of Jesus
NevaA primarily Spanish name which means snow
NoelleFemale form of Noel
NutmegSpice commonly used on Christmas cooking
PalomaDove in Spanish
PartridgeBird from the Christmas song ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’
PolarPolar bear
PomanderTraditional orange decorated with cloves
Prunaprismia, QueenCharacter from Narnia
PumpkinVegetable commonly served with Christmas lunch or dinner
PuddingChristmas pudding, traditional dessert served on Christmas day
ReindeerAnimals who pull Santa’s sleigh
Robin, RobynA red chested bird commonly seen during winter
RosemaryHerb commonly used in Christmas garlands
RudolphSanta’s reindeer who had the red nose
SallyCharacter from The Nightmare Before Christmas
SnowIcy rain crystals common around
SnowflakeA single ice crystal
SpruceEvergreen commonly used as a Christmas tree
StarChristmas decoration used on the top of a Christmas tree
Susan PevensieCharacter from Narnia
Suzy (Snowflake)Song written by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett, made famous by Rosemary Clooney
TanneFir in German
TinselChristmas decoration
TrinityRefers to the Holy Trinity in Christian faith
TwinkleTwinkling star
WinterThe season of Christmas in the Northern Hemisphere
ZuzuDaughter from the Christmas movie It’s a Wonderful Life