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Cool, Unique And A List Of Names For Your Black Cat

Got a Black cat? Name him or her with the best, coolest name ever! If you have been trying to look for a name that will suit him or her, then you should try to pick one from the list below. They are from multiple cultures and countries. One of these names might be just the one your cat deserves!

  • Charna: It is a Yiddish name that originated from the Slavic word that directly translates as “Black.”
  • Colby: It is actually a common surname in English countries around the world. The name was derived from the words Koli, which translates to “Dark” and “Coal,” and Býr, which translates to “Town.” It is also a traditional nickname in Old Norse.
  • Dunstan: The name was derived from the words Dunn, which means “Dark,” and Stan, which means “Stone.” The name was created by an archbishop and saint in Canterbury. It was popular during the Middle Ages but faded into obscurity. The name became popular again during the 19th century.
  • Lilith: This name is famous for being associated with the demon present in ancient Assyrian folklore and myth. The name was derived from the Akkadian word Lilitu, which means “Of The Night.” The name is also associated with Adam’s first wife in Jewish tradition, who was banished from Eden.
  • Nyx: In Greek, Nyx means “Night.” It is also the name of the Goddess of the Night in Greek mythology, who was also Khaos’ daughter and Erebos’ wife. Just the name itself sounds cool.
  • Zelophehad: In Hebrew, the name means “Shadow From Terror” and/or “First Born.” In the Bible’s Old Testament, Zelophehad was known as a man who died and left behind five daughters.
  • Orpheus: Orpheus is a popular character in Greek mythology. He was the musician and poet who retrieved Eurydice, his dead wife, from the underworld. His name was derived from the Greek word Orphne (ορφνη), which means “The Darkness Of The Night.”
  • List ElementMelanie: This is another Greek name that has morphed multiple times in different languages. It was derived from Melania, which means “Black” and “Dark.” Melanie is also known as a Roman saint popularly known for her generosity and charity.
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The Large List of Names for Black Cats

A-E

Abracadabra

Absinthe

Ace (of spades)

Achromatic (without color)

Adrianna

Ali

Almond Joy

Angus

Arcane

Ash

Asher

Asphalt

Astral

Batty

Batman

BC (black cat)

Beans

Bear

Beauty

Beetle

Bittersweet (chocolate)

Blackberry

Blackbird

Blackie Chan

Blackjack

Blackout

Blacktop

Blaken (Dutch – to burn)

Bonfire

Boogie Man

Box

Bram (Stoker)

Brunette

Bullseye

Burn

Butler

Cadbury

Caps

Carbon

Charcoal

Checkers

Chip

Chocolate

Cinder

Coffee

Coal (cole)

Cola

Cop (police cars are black and white)

Creeper

Crescent

Crow

Crumbs

Damien

Dark Matter

Darkness

Darkside

Dark Star

Dead of Night

Death

Decker

Deja vu

Demetrius

Demon

Dice (die)

Domino

Dot

Dracula

Drusy (a form of quartz)

Dusk or Dusky

Dusty

Dwarf

Ebony

Eclipse

Ego

E-N

Eight Ball (8-Ball)

Felix

Flagg

Fudge

Gaelic

Gloom

Godiva

Gomez

Gotham

Gothic

Grimm

Gypsy

Hades

Half-Moon

Halloween

Hat

Harlem

Hellraiser

Hendrix

Hershey

Hitchcock (Alfred)

Hole

Ice (black ice)

India (ink)

Indigo

Inky

Isis

Java

Jax

Jester

Jet

Jezebel

Jinx

Ju Ju

Kali

Kettle (pot calling kettle black)

Kiki

King (Stephen)

K.O. (knockout)

Kuro (Japanese for black)

Lady Heather

Lady of the Night

Lady Sleeps a Lot

Latex

Layla

Licorice

Light (black light)

Lilith

Lovecraft (H.P.)

Magic

Magpie

Marbles

Market

Midnight

Misty

Morticia

Mourn (morn)

Mr. Black

Mr. Sandman

Musta (Finnish for black)

Mystery

Mystic

Nebula

Nebulous

Nero

Nestle

Night

Nightmare

Nightshade

Nimbus (dark clouds)

Ninja

Nocturnal

Noir (French for black)

Nox (lights out)

N-Z

Nutella

Obsidian

Olive

Omen

Onyx

Opal

Orchid

Oreo

Panther

Papa Midnight

Payday

Pearl

Penguin

Pepper

Phantom

Phlegein (Ancient Greek – scorch)

Pirate

Pitch

Poe (Edgar Allan)

Preto (Portuguese for black)

Priest

Raider

Raven

Sable

Sabrina

Salem

Scorch

Sepia

Shadow (most used of all black cat names)

Sharpie

Silhouette

Sin

Sinister

Six Zero (six digit number for black)

Soot Sprite

Sly (cat name for a troublemaker)

Smoke

Snickers

Spellbinder

Spook

Starlight

Steed

Stoker (Bram)

Storm

Storm Cloud

Stripes

Stygian

Sunday

Sundown

Sunset

Styx

Sweart (Old English for black)

Taboo

Tarmac

Tootsie

Tux

Twilight

Twix

Ty (tie)

Undertaker

Vader

Vampirella

Velvet

Voltaire

Voodoo

Wednesday

Wicked

Winona

Witchcraft

Wraith

Yankee

Yin (black in yin yan symbol)

Zebra

Zorro

Words That Mean Black in Other Languages

  • Noir (French)
  • Nyeusi (Swahili)
  • Nero (Italian)
  • Negru (Romanian)
  • Pango (Maori)
  • Kuro (Japanese)
  • Schwarz (German)
  • Siyah (Turkish)
  • Svart (Icelandic)

Words and Names That Refer to Fate, Fortune, or Luck

  • Antagonist
  • Fate
  • Kizmet
  • Armageddon
  • Gypsy
  • Magic
  • Bad (or Good)
  • Guy
  • Gesundheit
  • Wizard
  • Chance
  • Humbug
  • Serendipity
  • Clover
  • Jinx
  • Superstition
  • Destiny
  • Karma
  • Tarot

Black Creatures

  • Bear
  • Panther
  • Soot
  • Sprite
  • Crow
  • Raven
  • Stallion
  • Jaguar
  • Skunk
  • Thestral

Famous Fictional Black Cats

  • Coraline
  • Felix
  • Salem
  • Bagheera
  • Figaro
  • Snowball
  • Binx
  • Pluto
  • Sylvester

Cool, Unique And A List Of Names For Your Black Cat

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