Future Pet Names

My list for names inspiration for future pets. Both Genders are listed in this list and they can be used on ANY animal (Dog, Cat, Rat, Rabbit, Bird...)
  1. Aiko
    • Origin:

      Japanese
    • Meaning:

      "beloved child"
    • Description:

      Common Japanese name rising for both sexes in the US.
  2. Bambi
    • Origin:

      Diminutive of Bambina, Italian
    • Meaning:

      "child; baby girl"
    • Description:

      Although Disney's cute deer was a male, Bambi has always been used for girls. It first appeared on the charts in 1943, the year after the Disney movie was released. Bambi featured in the Top 1000 from 1954-1964 — a decade where girl names ending in I, like Lori and Teri, were big — and again from 1977-1982.
  3. Bluma
    • Origin:

      Yiddish
    • Meaning:

      "flower"
    • Description:

      This floral name, related to bloom and Blossom, is common in the Jewish community, but not often heard outside it. Other Yiddish nature names are Ita (star), Masha (rising water), and Mayim (water).
  4. Caliadne
    • Origin:

      Greek
    • Meaning:

      "beautiful and holy"
    • Description:

      A little-known Callie name, belonging to a naiad in Greek mythology – a daughter of the god of the Nile. She was one of the wives of Aegyptus.
  5. Caliana
    • Daisy
      • Origin:

        Diminutive of Margaret or flower name, English
      • Meaning:

        "day's eye"
      • Description:

        Daisy, fresh, wholesome, and energetic, is one of the flower names that burst back into bloom after a century's hibernation. Originally a nickname for Margaret (the French Marguerite is the word for the flower), Daisy comes from the phrase "day's eye," because it opens its petals at daybreak.
    • Domino
      • Origin:

        Latin
      • Meaning:

        "lord, master"
      • Description:

        Swaggering, cutting-edge choice equally appropriate for both genders. It's also very rare, given in the US in 2015 to only seven baby girls....and no recorded baby boys. Do you want to be the first?
    • Draco
      • Origin:

        Greek from Latin
      • Meaning:

        "dragon"
      • Description:

        For as long as we all shall live, Harry Potter's sneering nemesis.
    • Dragomir
      • Origin:

        Slavic
      • Meaning:

        "precious peace, precious world"
      • Description:

        This name, used in many Eastern European countries including Serbia and Romania, has two possible (and equally lovely) meanings. The feminine version is Dragomira.
    • Elowyn
      • Origin:

        Spelling variation of Elowen, Cornish
      • Meaning:

        "elm"
      • Description:

        The -en ending is the authentically female one, but more and more Americans are turning to the y as a feminizing element in the final syllable of this name. Elowyn entered the Top 1000 for the first time in 2022, while the Elowen spelling has yet to hit the charts. Whichever spelling you prefer, this is a sweet and whimsical name with a fairy-like aura.
    • Flynt
      • Icelyn
        • Origin:

          Variation of Icelynn, invented English name
        • Description:

          Icelyn and its more popular sister Icelynn have been among the fastest-rising girls' names in the US in recent years.
      • Inka
        • Inca
          • Kaikoa
            • Origin:

              Hawaiian
            • Meaning:

              "sea warrior"
            • Description:

              A bold and energetic Hawaiian name which blends two fashionable favorites: Kai and Koa.
          • Kamaka
            • Origin:

              Maori, Hawaiian
            • Meaning:

              "rock; beloved child"
            • Description:

              Popular in Hawaii in the first decades of the 20th century, this name also means "rock" in Māori.
          • Koa
            • Origin:

              Hawaiian
            • Meaning:

              "warrior"
            • Description:

              With Noah taking the Number 1 spot in 2013, Koa is attracting more attention than ever.
          • Koda
            • Origin:

              Japanese, Sioux
            • Meaning:

              "friend"
            • Description:

              A word in the Yankton-Yanktonai and Santee dialects of the Lakota Sioux language, meaning "friend" or "ally", used for one of the main characters in the movie Brother Bear. Also a common Japanese surname or a respelling of the musical name Coda.
          • Milo
            • Origin:

              Latin and Old German
            • Meaning:

              "soldier or merciful"
            • Description:

              Milo is most commonly considered to be Germanic name derived from the Latin word miles, meaning "soldier." However, there is evidence to suggest it also may have independently spawned from the Slavic root milu, meaning "merciful." Milo predates brother name Miles, a variation that evolved when the name immigrated to the British Isles in the Middle Ages. Mylo is an alternate spelling.
          • Mirabai
            • Origin:

              Sanskrit
            • Meaning:

              "ocean"
            • Description:

              The Hindu princess and poetess Meera, was also known as Mira Bai. Mira Bai was a Rajput princess, the only child of Ratan Singh, younger brother of the ruler of Merta. Her royal education included music and religion as well as instruction in politics and government. In the West we usually think of such traditional names as Charlotte and George as royal baby names, but this adventurous choice breaks the mold. Mirabai combined the Sanskrit "Mira" (meaning ocean) with the suffix -bai (historically added to the names of women as a sign of respect).