470+ Flower and Botanical Names For Male and Female Cats

Last Updated on January 19, 2022 by Julia Wilson

We have hand picked over 470 flower and botanical themed names from all over the world along with their origins and meanings to help you find the perfect name for your cat.

Name

Meaning

Origin

Gender

AbebaFlowerSwahiliFemale
AbebeFlowerSwahiliMale
AbileneGrassHebrewFemale
Acacia ThornyGreekFemale
AcaciusThornyGreekMale
AcerMapleLatinMale
AckerMeadow of oak treesDutch and GermanMale
ActonVillage with oak treesEnglishMale
AdairFord of the oaksScotlandFemale
AinsleyWood, meadowEnglishFemale
AlamedaCottonwood groveSpanishFemale
AlamoPoplar treeSpanishMale
AlaniOrange treeHawaiianFemale
AletrisCorn grinderSpanishUnisex
AlmilaRed appleTurkishFemale
AlyssumFlowerGreekFemale
AlyviaOliveLatinFemale
AmapolaPoppyArabicFemale
AmaryllisFlowerGreekFemale
AmidalaBeautiful flowerItalianFemale
AmirTreetopArabicMale
AnaraPomegranate flowerPersianFemale
AnemoneDaughter of the windGreekFemale
AniseSpiceLatinFemale
AntheaFloweryGreekFemale
AnzuApricotJapaneseFemale
AranForest ThaiMale
ArantxaThornbushBasqueFemale
AravaWillowHebrewFemale
ArborTreeLatinUnisex
ArdithFlowering fieldHebrewFemale
ArpadSeedHungarianMale
ArvidEagle woodScandinavianMale
AshbyAsh tree farmEnglishMale
AshtonAsh trees placeEnglishMale
AsterStarGreekFemale
AvalonIsland of applesWelshFemale
AvanaBeautiful flower SwahiliFemale
Ayla Oak treeHebrewFemale
AyonnaBeautiful flowerSwahiliFemale
AzaliaFlowering shrubGreekFemale
AzamiThistle flowerJapaneseFemale
BaibuaWater lilyThaiFemale
BalsamTreeLatinMale
BanyanThe God treeEnglishMale
BarricGrain farmEnglishMale
BasilHerb, kingEnglishMale
BayaBerrySpanishFemale
BegoniaFlower, Begon’s flowerFrenchFemale
BelladonnaBeautiful ladyItalianFemale
BentleyBent grass, woodland clearingEnglishMale
BergamotFlowerItalianUnisex
BethanyHouse of figsHebrewFemale
BirchTreeAnglo-SaxonMale
BlakeleyDark wood or clearingAnglo-SaxonMale
BleuennWhite flowerFrenchFemale
BlodwenWhite flowerWelshFemale
BlossomPetalEnglishFemale
BluebellFlowerEnglishFemale
BlueberryFruitEnglishUnisex
BlumaFlowerHebrewFemale
BorageBotanical name
LatinUnisex
BrambleShrubEnglishUnisex
BriarThorny patchEnglishFemale
BryonyPoisonous climbing vine, to sproutLatinFemale
BupphaFlowerThaiFemale
BusabaFloralThaiFemale
BuschDweller near the bushGermanMale
ButtercupFlower, yellow wildflowerEnglishFemale
CalanthaLovely flowerGreekFemale
CallaFlowerGreekFemale
CalendulaFlower name, little monthsLatinFemale
CallistemonFlowerLatinFemale
CalytrixStar flowerLatinFemale
CameliaFlower name, Kamel’s flowerLatinFemale
CannaFlowerItalianFemale
CardinalFlowerLatinUnisex
CassiaCinnamonGreekFemale
CedarTreeGreekMale
CelandineFlowerGreekFemale
CelosiaPlant name, burningGreekUnisex
CelynHollyWelshFemale
CeriseCherryFrenchFemale
ChamomileHerb, earth appleGreekFemale
ChanSweet smelling treeCambodianMale
ChaneyOak treeFrenchMale
CherryFruit, charityEnglishFemale
ChloeYoung green shootGreekFemale
CinnamonSpiceGreekUnisex
CitronLemon in FrenchFrenchUnisex
ClematisFlowering vineGreekFemale
ClementineCitrus fruit, mild, mercifulFrenchFemale
CleomeSpider flowerGreekFemale
CloveSpiceGermanUnisex
CloverKeyEnglishFemale
CocoaTree which produces cocoa beans used to make
chocolate
SpanishUnisex
ColeusPerennial known for its colourful
foliage
GreekUnisex
ColumbineFlower, doveLatinFemale
CorianderHerbGreekUnisex
CorymbiaFlowering gum treeLatinFemale
CosmosFlower, order, beautyGreekUnisex
CrisantaGolden flowerGreekFemale
CullenHolly treeIrishMale
CynaraThistly plantGreekFemale
CypressTreeFrenchUnisex
Dahlia Flower, Dahl’s flowerLatinFemale
DaganCorn, grainHebrewFemale
DaireOak treeIrishMale
DaisyFlower, day’s eyeEnglishFemale
DaphneBay treeGreekFemale
DaraOak treeIrishMale
DelbinFlowerGreekFemale
DerowenOak treeEnglishFemale
DianellaAustralian plantAustralianFemale
DianthaDivine flowerGreekFemale
DillHerb, loyalEnglishMale
DozierFrom willowFrenchMale
EdelweissSpring flower native to Europe, noble whiteGermanFemale
EilaOak treeHebrewFemale
EilonOak treeHebrewMale
ElanTreeNative AmericanMale
ElestrenIrisEnglishFemale
EllerieIsland with elder treesEnglishMale
Elodie White blossomFrenchFemale
ElmTree, red/brownAnglo-SaxonMale
ElmoreMoor with elm treesEnglishMale
ElonOak treeHebrewMale
ElowenElmEnglishFemale
ElwoodElder tree forestEnglishMale
Eoghan Born of the yew treeIrishMale
EttieMyrtlePersianFemale
EuanBorn of the yew treeIrishMale
Evanthe Fair flowerGreekFemale
EvoraYew treePortugueseFemale
FennelHerbEnglishMale
FernPlant, bold voyagerEnglishFemale
FioralbaFlower of the dawnItalianFemale
FiorellaLittle flowerItalianFemale
FleurFlower in FrenchFrenchFemale
FlorFlower in SpanishSpanishFemale
FloraGoddess of flower and spring seasonLatinFemale
FlorentFloweringLatinMale
FlorentinaBloomingLatinFemale
FlorianFloweringGermanMale
FlorieBloomingLatinFemale
FlorinFlowerLatinMale
FlorizelShakespearean invented nameMale
FloryFloweringEnglishFemale
FlowerFlowerEnglishFemale
ForrestWoodsEnglishMale
ForsythiaForsyth’s flowerScottishFemale
FraserStrawberryFrenchMale
FreesiaFlowerLatinFemale
FusciaFlowerGermanFemale
GaranceFlowerFrenchMale
GardeniaFlower, Garden’s flowerScottishFemale
GarnetPomegranateLatinMale
GelseyFlower PersianFemale
GelsoMulberry treeItalianMale
GenevaJuniper treeGermanFemale
GiacintaHyacinthItalianFemale
GingerSpice, red/orange colourEnglishUnisex
Golnar Pomegranate flowerPersianFemale
GraniaGrain of cornIrishFemale
GroveGrove of treesEnglish, Scottish, Anglo-NormanMale
Grover Lives near a grove of treesGermanMale
GulzarRose gardenPersianUnisex
GwydionBorn of treesWelshMale
HadarCitrus fruitHebrewMale
HadassahMaple treeHebrewFemale
HanaFlowerHebrew, Slavic, CzechFemale
HanakoFlower childJapaneseFemale
HazelTreeEnglishFemale
HazeltonSettlement near hazel treesEnglishMale
HeathSomeone who lived on or near a moorEnglishMale
HeatherBotanical nameEnglishFemale
HeliotropeBotanical nameFemale
HesterMaple leafPersianMale
HidekiBright treeJapaneseMale
HollinHollyEnglishMale
HollisNear the holly bushesEnglishMale
HollyBotanical nameEnglishFemale
HoneysuckleBotanical nameFemale
HostaBotanical nameUnisex
HoyaBotanical nameUnisex
HuonBotanical name, God is graciousHebrewMale
HyacinthBotanical name, blue larkspur, precious
stone
GreekFemale
IantheViolet flowerGreekFemale
IlanTreeHebrewMale
IolanthaVioletGreekFemale
IolantheViolet flowerGreekFemale
IrisBotanical name, rainbowGreekFemale
IsmeniaJasminePersianFemale
IvaraYew treeGermanFemale
IvoYew woodGerman, Irish, DutchMale
IvyBotanical name, vineEnglish, LatinFemale
IxoraBotanical name, lordPortugueseFemale
JacarandaBotanical name, fragrantSpanishFemale
JaceniaHyacinthGreekFemale
JacindaHyacinthSpanishFemale
JacintaHyacinthSpanishFemale
JarrahBotanical name, vesselArabicUnisex
JasmineBotanical name, gift from GodPersianFemale
JavorMaple treeSerbianMale
JessamineJasmineFrenchFemale
JessamyJasmineFrench, PersianFemale
JonquilBotanical name, weedLatin, French, SpanishFemale
JuniperBotanical name, youngLatinUnisex
KaedeMaple treeJapaneseMale
KaleBotanical name, free manHawaiianMale
Kali RosebudGreekFemale
KaleiFlower wreathHawaiianFemale
KalinaViburnumSlavicFemale
KamalLotusSanskritMale
KannikaFlower IndianFemale
KantutaFlowerAymaraFemale
KassianiCinnamonGreekFemale
KaylaLaurelHebrewFemale
KelilaLaurelHebrewFemale
KeziahCassia treeHebrewFemale
KieloLily of the valleyFinnishFemale
KirrilyTree barkAboriginal AustralianFemale
KhloeYoung green shootGreekFemale
KiriTree barkAboriginal AustralianFemale
KizzyCassia treeHebrewFemale
KoruSpiral symbol of the unfurling fern
frond
MāoriMale
KosumFlowerThaiFemale
KukkaFlowerFinnishFemale
KulapRoseThaiFemale
KunziaBotanical nameAustralianUnisex
LalaLaurelBulgarianFemale
LalehTulipPersianFemale
LanthaFlowerGreekFemale
Laura Bay laurelLatinFemale
LapuCedar barkLatinMale
LaramieCanopy of leafy boughsFrenchMale
LarsCrowned with laurelScandinavianMale
LarssiLaurelFinnishMale
LauraLaurelLatinFemale
LaurelBotanical nameLatinFemale
LavenderBotanical nameFrenchFemale
LaytonSettlement with a leek gardenAnglo-SaxonMale
LennoxElm groveScottish, GaelicMale
LeilaniHeavenly flowerPolynesianFemale
LeslieGarden of hollyScottishFemale
LianLotusChineseMale
LianaTo climb like a vineFrenchFemale
LikoLeaf budHawaiianMale
LilaLilyPersianFemale
LiliasLilyScottish, LatinFemale
LiliosaLilySpanishFemale
LiliumLilyLatinFemale
LiljaLilyFinnishFemale
LilyBotanical nameEnglishFemale
LilacBotanical nameLatinFemale
LillianLilyFrenchFemale
LillypillyBotanical nameUnknownFemale
LindenLinden tree hillGermanMale
LinneaLime treeFinnishFemale
LitaGardenLatinFemale
LiuWillow treeChineseFemale
LizarAsh treeBasqueMale
LobeliaBotanical nameEnglishFemale
LorettaLaurel, bay treeItalianFemale
LoriBay laurelEnglishFemale
LotusLotus flowerGreekUnisex
LowriBay laurelWelshFemale
LunariaBotanical name, moon likeLatinFemale
LycheeBotanical nameChineseUnisex
MadeliefDaisyDutchFemale
MagnoliaMagnol’s flowerLatinFemale
MahoganyRich, strongSpanishFemale
MajaniLeaf SwahiliFemale
MaleeJasmineThaiFemale
MaliJasmine flowerWelshFemale
MalinaRaspberryBulgarian, CzechFemale
MalusApplesLatinMale
MapleTree, piece of clothEnglishFemale
MargueriteDaisy, pearlFrenchFemale
MarigoldGolden flowerEnglishFemale
MauaFlower SwahiliFemale
MawarRoseIndonesianFemale
MayoYew tree plainIrishMale
MeadowBotanical nameEnglish, AmericanFemale
MeeshaMarigold flowerPersianFemale
MelanthaDark flowerGreekFemale
MeloraGolden appleGreekFemale
MikiFlower stemJapaneseFemale
MillarayGolden flowerMapucheFemale
MimosaBotanical nameLatinFemale
MinttuMintFinnishFemale
MioBeautiful cherry blossomSpanishFemale
MomokoPeach childJapaneseFemale
MóraMulberryPortuguese, Spanish, CatalanFemale
MuguetLilyFrenchFemale
MulberryBotanical nameUnisex
MyosotisForget-me-notFemale
MyronFragrant shrubGreekMale
MyrtleBotanical nameGermanUnisex
NaamanSweet herbsHebrewMale
NahalA young plantPersianFemale
NaimRiver with alder treesScottishMale
NairnRiver with alder treesScottish, GaelicMale
NairneRiver with alder treesScottishFemale
NanalaSunflowerHawaiianFemale
NarcissaDaffodilGreekFemale
NarethaSalt bushAboriginal AustralianFemale
NargesNarcissus flowerPersianFemale
NashBy the ash treeEnglishMale
NasrinWild rosePersianFemale
NeaFlowerFinnishFemale
NeejaLilyHindiFemale
NeldaOne who lives by the alder treeEnglishFemale
NemesiaBotanical nameGreekFemale
NepetaBotanical name Unisex
NgaireFlax flowerNew ZealandFemale
NigellaBotanical name, champion, blackEnglishFemale
NiloufarBlue lotusPersianFemale
NimaMargosa treeHebrewFemale
NisreenWhite rosePersianFemale
NitaTo plantSpanishFemale
NizanaFlower budHebrewFemale
NoyceWalnut treeEnglishMale
NutmegBotanical nameUnisex
OakleyOak clearingEnglishUnisex
OleaOliveSpanishFemale
OleanaOleanderGreekFemale
OleanderBotanical name, evergreen treeGreekUnisex
OliveBotanical nameGreekFemale
OliverOlive treeGreekMale
OreganoBotanical nameUnisex
OrenLaurel or pine treeHebrewMale
OrnellaFlowering ash treeItalianFemale
OrquideaOrchidSpanishFemale
OrvokkiPansyFinnishFemale
PalashFlowery treeHindiMale
PanraLeafPakistaniFemale
PansyBotanical name, thoughtEnglishFemale
PapatyaDaisyTurkishFemale
PaprikaBotanical nameUnisex
ParkerPark keeperMale
PatrinLeaf trailRomanianMale
PemaLotus flowerTibetianMale
PemmaLotus flowerTibetanFemale
PenthiaFlowerGreekFemale
PeonyBotanical name, healingLatinFemale
PeriFruitEnglishFemale
PerryDweller near a pear treeEnglish, WelshMale
PetalBotanical name, leafGreekFemale
PetuniaBotanical nameEnglish, ScottishFemale
PhilaRowan treeFinnishFemale
Phyllis FoliageGreekFemale
PhyllonLeafGreekMale
PicoteeFlowers with a second colour around
the edges
FrenchFemale
PitneyDry ground in mossEnglishMale
PlumeriaBotanical nameFemale
PomAppleFrenchMale
PomelineAppleFrenchFemale
PomonaAppleLatinFemale
PoppyBotanical name, red flowerLatinFemale
PoseyA bunch of flowersEnglishFemale
PrimroseFirst roseEnglishFemale
PrimulaFirst roseLatinFemale
PuaFlowerHawaiianFemale
PumpkinBotanical nameUnisex
QuennelDweller at the little oak treeFrenchMale
QuinceBotanical nameLatinUnisex
QuynhNight blooming flowerVietnameseFemale
RadaRoseYiddishFemale
RaizelRoseYiddishFemale
RandaDesert treeLatinFemale
RapunzelLamb’s lettuceGermanFemale
RatreeJasmine flowerThaiFemale
RayenFlowerChileanFemale
RenWater lily, lotusJapaneseMale
RhodaRoseGreek, LatinFemale
RhodesWhere roses growEnglishMale
RhoswenWhite roseWelshFemale
RhubarbBotanical nameUnisex
RhodaRoseGreek, LatinFemale
RhodanthaRoseGreekFemale
RimonaPomegranateHebrewFemale
RodasRose gardenGreekFemale
RoiseRoseIrishFemale
RoisinLittle roseIrishFemale
RomyDiminutive of RoseGermanFemale
Rosa RoseSpanish, Italian, LatinFemale
RosalieRose FrenchFemale
RoseBotanical nameLatinFemale
RosellaBotanical nameItalianFemale
RosemaryHerb name, dew of the seaLatinFemale
RosenRose, burning bushGerman, BulgarianFemale
RosetteRose, a flowerEnglishFemale
RowanTreeEnglish, IrishUnisex
RueHerb, regretEnglishFemale
RussuRoseFinnishFemale
SabraPrickly pearHebrewFemale
SadiraLotus treePersianFemale
SaffronSpice nameEnglishFemale
SageHerb nameLatinUnisex
SakuraCherry blossomJapaneseFemale
SalixBotanical nameLatinMale
SaltonPlace in the willowsEnglish, ScottishMale
SannaLilyFinnishFemale
SanneLilyGermanFemale
SavannahFlat tropical grasslandSpanishFemale
SelbyFrom the willow farmEnglishMale
SericeaBotanical nameLatinFemale
ShatrevarFlowerPersianMale
SherwoodLuminous woodEnglishMale
ShokoufehBlossomPersianFemale
SireliLilac flowerEstonianFemale
SomaDogwood treeJapaneseUnisex
SorrelBotanical name, reddish/brownFrench, GermanUnisex
SproutBotanical nameEnglish, GermanUnisex
SpruceBotanical nameEnglishUnisex
StockardTree stumpScottishFemale
SumaleeBeautiful flowerThaiFemale
SusanLilyHebrewFemale
SylvanFrom the forestEnglishMale
SylviaFrom the forestLatinFemale
SylvieFrom the forestFrenchFemale
TaimaSaplingFinnishFemale
TamalaDark treeAfricanFemale
TamarDate palm treeHebrewFemale
TandyFlowerEnglish, IrishFemale
TansyBotanical nameEnglishFemale
Terhi AcornFinnishFemale
TettyLily flowerEnglishFemale
ThalloBringer of blossomsGreekFemale
ThistleBotanical nameEnglishUnisex
TiliaLinden treeGreekFemale
TupeloSwamp treeNative AmericanUnisex
Ubon Lotus flowerThaiFemale
UdellYew tree valleyEnglishMale
UmekoPlum-blossom childJapaneseFemale
UrkiBirch treeBasqueFemale
VanamoTwin flowerFinnishFemale
VardaRose, pinkHebrewFemale
VarpuBerry bushFinnishFemale
VerbenaSacred foliageSpanish, LatinFemale
VeredRoseHebrewFemale
VernonAlder treeEnglishMale
VesaSaplingFinnishFemale
ViolaVioletLatinFemale
ViolantePurple flowerSpanish, GreekFemale
VioletBotanical name, purpleLatinFemale
VioletaBotanical name, purpleLatinFemale
VivendelHoneysuckle flowerNorwegianUnisex
VuokkoAnemone flowerFinnishFemale
WasabiBotanical nameJapaneseUnisex
WattleBotanical nameAnglo-SaxonUnisex
WellesleyA farm among the willowsEnglishFemale
WilfordWillow fordEnglishMale
WilloughbyFarm near the willowsEnglishUnisex
WillowBotanical nameEnglishFemale
WinikaChristmas orchidMāoriFemale
Xochitl FlowerAztecFemale
XyliaWood dwellerGreekFemale
YasminJasmine flowerPersianFemale
YeLeafChineseFemale
YeseniaFloralSpanishFemale
YolandaViolet flowerGreekFemale
YvesYew woodFrenchMale
YvetteYew treeFrenchFemale
ZaharaFlowerArabicFemale
ZahoorBlossomArabicMale
ZariaRoseArabicFemale
ZeaGrainLatinFemale
ZeraSeedsHebrewFemale
ZettaOliveHebrewFemale
ZinniaBotanical name, Zinn’s flowersLatinFemale
ZumarElm treeBasqueFemale