250 Witchy & Magical Cat Names

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Are you looking for a witchy or magical name for your cat? Did you just adopt a black cat or just want something unique?

Whatever the reason for the name we have a lot of options. From funky, and historical to TV shows and movies we have the perfect name for your feline friend.

Magical Male Cat Names

Circe – Homer’s Odyssey.

  1. Aleister – A mystic famous for his controversial writings.
  2. Archimedes – The name of Merlin’s owl.
  3. Aswang – A Filipino sorcerer and shape shifter who feeds on human flesh.
  4. Baba – A Bulgarian psychic, who it is claimed predicted world events.
  5. Bajang – Male equivalent of the Pelesit, the Malaysian familiar in the form of a grasshopper or cricket.
  6. Balthasar – He was one of the three Magi that visited the newborn baby Jesus.
  7. Bane – Can be a curse, scourge, or poison that typically causes death.
  8. Bombay – Bewitched, Dr. Bombay.
  9. Bruxo – Spanish origin meaning “warlock”.
  10. Cayce – A well-known healer, clairvoyant, and Spiritualist.
  11. Circe – Homer’s Odyssey.
  12. Daemon – Demon.
  13. Gandalf – One of the most popular wizards in literary history from “Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit.”
  14. Geller – A magician who bent spoons with his mind.
  15. Goth – Those who wear all black and considered mysterious.

Gandalf – One of the most popular wizards in literary history from “Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit.”

  1. Grimalkin – The witches’ cat in Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
  2. Imp – Small goblins with mischievous nature.
  3. Incantrix – Latin origin meaning “witch”.
  4. Kijo – Japanese for “witch”.
  5. Kit – The name of the Siamese cat from the famous drama series ‘Charmed’.
  6. Koldun – Russian origin meaning “warlock”.
  7. Loki – A Norse god who is known to be a trickster.
  8. Lucifer – Another name for the devil or demon.
  9. Majo – Japanese alternative for “witch”.
  10. Necromantis – Greek origin meaning “warlock”.
  11. Nimue – A witch from the story of King Arthur.
  12. Nostradamus – Predicted the future and wrote books about it.
  13. Prospero – The Tempest.
  14. Raven – A messenger of the gods and seen as a symbol of bad luck.
  15. Revel – A noisy celebration.

Nostradamus – Predicted the future and wrote books about it.

  1. Rhine – A researcher of ESP, mental telepathy and psychic abilities.
  2. Rune- Stones bearing symbols of magical significance.
  3. Saga – Another Latin word for “witch”.
  4. Sahir – Arabic origin meaning “warlock”.
  5. Sahira – Arabic origin meaning “witch”.
  6. Samhain – The Sabbat celebrating the end of the harvest.
  7. Sampson – A name inspired by the English healer known as Agnes.
  8. Severus – Means “stern” in Latin.
  9. Shade – A ghost or shadow.
  10. Shaman – Person with influence over good and evil spirits.
  11. Shiva – The Hindu god of destruction that is associated with tigers.
  12. Shushi – Chinese origin meaning “warlock”.
  13. Spivey – An American psychic and healer.
  14. Sorcière – French for “witch”.
  15. Sooth – Means prophet.

Sampson – A name inspired by the English healer known as Agnes.

  1. Strega – Italian origin meaning “witch”.
  2. Tovenaar – Latin origin meaning “warlock”.
  3. Veneficus – Another Latin word for “warlock”.
  4. Wayob – A person who can magically transform themselves into an animal.

Magical Female Cat Names

Gypsy – A slang term for the Roma people.

  1. Arcana – The term for the two parts of a Tarot deck.
  2. Artemis – A Greek goddess that is associated with the moon.
  3. Cassandra – In mythology she was a princess who was given the gift of prophecy, but was cursed because nobody ever believed her.
  4. Ceridwen – The Welsh goddess of wisdom who had white cats serve her.
  5. Circe – The daughter of Helios who turned Odeysseus and his men into pigs.
  6. Durga – A Hindu mother goddess who rode a female tiger.
  7. Elvira – A a dark film character.
  8. Grimalkin – An evil-looking female cat associated with witchcraft.
  9. Grizell – Another of Jane Wallis’ familiars.
  10. Gypsy – A slang term for the Roma people.
  11. Harpy – A bird of prey that has a woman’s face.
  12. Ivalaine – Is from ‘The Last Rune’ novel series.
  13. Jade – Jade is a stone used in Magic for healing and protection.
  14. Li Shou – A Chinese goddess represented as a cat.
  15. Lilith – Known in pagan circles as a goddess of strength and protection.

Cassandra – In mythology she was a princess who was given the gift of prophecy, but was cursed because nobody ever believed her.

  1. Luna – Harry’s charming and quirky witch friend from Harry Potter.
  2. Minerva – The professor who turns into a cat from the Harry Potter series.
  3. Parvati – The Hindu goddess of beauty rode a lion.
  4. Qareen – This a spiritual double, who exists as part of the person or in an alternate dimension.
  5. Seraph – One of the celestial beings and highest order of beings.
  6. Sphynx – A creature with a woman’s head, a lion’s body, and wings.
  7. Sprite – Can be an elf, fairy, or goblin.
  8. Strega – Means “witch” in Italian.
  9. Sukie – The name Sukie originates from Hebrew for the word “lily.
  10. Sybil – Roman prophet who wrote books of prophesies for the Roman king.
  11. Tallis – Marie Tallis was a respected psychic who gave accurate readings in the 1950s.
  12. Tonks – A witch in the Harry Potter series.
  13. Yaoji – A Chinese goddess of the mountain who is accompanied by a tiger.
  14. Zoe Benson – From American Horror Story.

Unisex Magical Cat Names

Chant – Rhythmic psalm or incantation sung in unison.

  1. Adept – One who has studied magic and is very knowledgeable.
  2. Archimedes – The name of Merlin’s owl.
  3. Astral – A second body that accompanies us throughout life.
  4. Aura – An aura is a luminous field of radiation that surrounds all living things like a halo.
  5. Beltane – A seasonal festivals for Wiccans which corresponds to May Day.
  6. Bokor – These are sorcerers of Voodoo for hire.
  7. Canon – Means rules or methods.
  8. Chakra – Chakras keep the mental, physical, and spiritual energies in the body in balance.
  9. Chanceux – Means lucky in French .
  10. Chant – Rhythmic psalm or incantation sung in unison.
  11. Cipher – The secret code or mystical writing.
  12. Clairvoyant – A person who claims to have a supernatural ability to see the future.
  13. Crookshanks – The orange pet cat in the Harry Potter series
  14. Cult – A system of religious veneration directed toward a specific object or figure.
  15. Delphi – The Oracle of Delphi.

Chakra – Chakras keep the mental, physical, and spiritual energies in the body in balance.

  1. Dixon – A psychic and astrologist who predicted the assassination of JFK.
  2. Fangs – Can be associated with vampires or werewolves.
  3. Ghost – A paranormal being.
  4. Goth – Considered a dark genre of literature that focuses on dark themes.
  5. Gridigut – One of Jane Wallis’ familiars.
  6. Halo – A ring of light around the head of a deity.
  7. Harpier – The name of the owl owned by the witches in ‘Macbeth’.
  8. Heathen – Is a pagan, idolatrous, or infidel.
  9. Heka – The Egyptian magical system.
  10. Homunculus – A small humanoid creature.
  11. Imp – A fairy or demon.
  12. Ischade – A name from the ‘Thieves’ World’ series.
  13. Juju – Means a lucky talisman, fetish, or charm.
  14. Karma – A belief that the repercussions of your actions in this life will carry over into your next life.
  15. Kikik – Filipino sorcerer, similar the the vampire-like Aswang.

Karma- A belief that the repercussions of your actions in this life will carry over into your next life.

  1. Kikimora – A house spirit who engages in destructive behavior throughout the night.
  2. Kinetix A name from the DC Comics universe.
  3. Kismet – Means destiny or fate.
  4. Licorice – Licorice root is also something frequently put into spells and potions.
  5. Lirio – This is the name of the occult shopkeeper in The Craft.
  6. Litha – Is the celebration of the summer solstice.
  7. Mabon – The celebration of the autumnal equinox.
  8. Malachite – An opaque green stone that is used in magic to promote visionary powers.
  9. Malin – Malin Matsdotter was one of the last to be executed during Sweden’s great witch hunt known as the “Great Noise.”
  10. Manon – Manon is the “spirit” invoked in The Craft.
  11. Mog – Means gloomy.
  12. Mystery – Is something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain.
  13. Myth – Tradition, story, or legend, about supernatural beings.
  14. Nagual – A Native American mythical human being that can transform into a jaguar.
  15. Nightshade – Also Belladonna, a purple flower that tends to grow around graves.

Licorice – Licorice root is also something frequently put into spells and potions.

  1. Nyx – Image Comics.
  2. Omen – An event or sign that is a prophecy.
  3. Onyx – A black semi-precious gemstone.
  4. Orenda – An invisible power that inhabits all creatures and inanimate objects.
  5. Pelesit – A cricket or grasshopper, which can only be owned by a woman to assists in her magic.
  6. Picatrix – A book of spells based on Astral magic.
  7. Poppet – A voodoo doll.
  8. Prophet – One gifted with foresight.
  9. Psyche – The human soul, mind, or spirit.
  10. Pyewacket – The black cat familiar in the play Bell, Book and Candle.
  11. Pythia – Is another name inspired by the oracle also known as Delphi.
  12. Raven – Same as crow.
  13. Revenant – Human that returns as a spirit after death.
  14. Rivet – To capture someone’s full attention.
  15. Shillelagh – A kind of staff made of wood used in magic.

Pelesit – A cricket or grasshopper, which can only be owned by a woman to assists in her magic.

  1. Sigil – A symbol used to help a spell or ritual.
  2. Smudge – To burn incense to cleanse a room.
  3. Sodalite – A bright blue stone that promotes calmness and good digestion.
  4. Specter – Ghost or apparition of a terrifying nature.
  5. Suerte – Means “Lucky” in Spanish.
  6. Tarot – Cards from the 15th century that were used to see the future.
  7. Trance – A mental state in which a person is in another dimension.
  8. Tulpa – A Tibetan “imaginary friend” that can be conjured through thoughts consciously or accidentally.
  9. Wraith – The apparition of a living being which warns of death.
  10. Zemi – A good-luck charm or object.
  11. Zombi – The pet snake and particular of Marie Catherine Laveau.

Witchy Female Cat Names

Diana – The name for a witch queen in several European mythologies.

  1. Akuba – Japanese origin meaning “witch”.
  2. Barang – Filipino witches who practice black magic.
  3. Blair – Blair Witch Project.
  4. Bellatrix – A powerful evil witch in the Harry Potter series.
  5. Broom – Hilda – Based on an American newspaper comic strip.
  6. Cabot – Proclaimed the official witch of Salem in the early 1970s in Salem, Massachusetts.
  7. Cordelia Fox – A character from American Horror Story.
  8. Desdemona – Is a character in William Shakespeare’s play Othello.
  9. Diana – The name for a witch queen in several European mythologies.
  10. Dolores – Harry Potter series witch who is obsessed with cats and whose Patronus is a cat
  11. Echidna – The Witch of Greed in Re -Zero.
  12. Edwina – Edwina is an anime witch who prefers to be secluded rather than hang out with others or be around chaos or fighting.
  13. Elphaba – The wicked witch of the west from The Wizard of Oz recreated in the Broadway play, Wicked.
  14. Elsa – The snow queen and good witch of Disney’s Frozen films.
  15. Endora – The name of Samantha Stevens’ mother on the series Bewitched.

Diana – The name for a witch queen in several European mythologies.

  1. Esmee – A witch from Terry Pratchett’s imagination.
  2. Esmerelda – A witch from Terry Pratchett’s books.
  3. Fleur – A young French witch from the Harry Potter series.
  4. Gayelette – A witch from the Wonderful World of Oz.
  5. Glinda – Known as The Good Witch in the “Wizard of Oz”.
  6. Hermione – Student witch and friend of Harry Potter.
  7. Hexe – German origin meaning “witch”.
  8. Izetta – Izetta the Last Witch is a Japanese TV show.
  9. Kijo – Japanese origin meaning “witch”.
  10. Laveau – Marie Catherine Laveau was a Voodoo priestess in the late 1800s in New Orleans.
  11. Makoto – Makoto Kowato is the Flying Witch in Japanese.
  12. Maleficent – The evil witch queen in Disney’s Sleeping Beauty.
  13. Maria – Maria is the the Witch in an anime series from France.
  14. Melisandre – The Red Witch from the Game of Thrones series.
  15. Minerva – Known as the Roman goddess of wisdom.

Maleficent – The evil witch queen in Disney’s Sleeping Beauty.

  1. Molly Boo – The name of the cat owned by famous real-life witch Laurie Cabot.
  2. Narcissa – Draco Malfoy’s witch mother in the Harry Potter series.
  3. Paige – One of the four witch sisters from the TV show Charmed.
  4. Phoebe – One of the four witch sisters from the TV show Charmed.
  5. Piper – One of the four witch sisters from the TV show Charmed.
  6. Prue – One of the four witch sisters from the TV show Charmed.
  7. Pythia – High Priestess at the Oracle of Delphi.
  8. Rhiannon – A Welsh goddess and a popular name for witches.
  9. Rowena – A witch who was one of the four founders of Hogwarts from Harry Potter.
  10. Sabrina – The Teenage Witch from the TV show.
  11. Samantha – The mother on the show Bewitched.
  12. Shipton – A 16th century clairvoyant and prophetess.
  13. Singra – The Wicked Witch of Oz witch.
  14. Tabitha – The daughter on the show Bewitched.
  15. Tituba – One of the original three accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts.
  16. Wendy – Casper’s Good Witch from the cartoon.

Witchy Male Cat Names

Phoebe – One of the four witch sisters from the TV show Charmed.

  1. Akuba – Means “witch” in Japanese.
  2. Baba – Polish origin meaning “witch”.
  3. Cayce – He was known as the founder of holistic sleep related medicine.
  4. Giles – A farmer who was accused of witchcraft in Salem along with his wife.
  5. Gwydion – A wizard from Welsh mythology.
  6. Incantrix – The Latin word for “witch”.
  7. Jareth – The Goblin King from “Labyrinth” in the 1986 Jim Henson film.
  8. Majo – Japanese origin meaning “witch”.
  9. Mambo – A priestess of Voodoo who practices white and black magic.
  10. Mathers – He was one of the founders of The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and close associate of Allister Crowley.
  11. Pillan – A powerful male spirit of Spanish origin that is highly respected.
  12. Rasputin – A hypnotist and mystical advisor.
  13. Rumi – A famous mystic and poet.
  14. Saga – The Latin origin meaning “witch”.
  15. Shaman – They predict the future and produce cures through magic.
  16. Shedu – An ancient god with a lion’s body, wings, and a human head.
  17. Sorciere – French origin meaning “witch”.
  18. Usikan – A Filipino sorcerer who inflicts harm by complimenting someone or something.

Unisex Witchy Cat Names

Giles – A farmer who was accused of witchcraft in Salem along with his wife.

  1. Akko – Based on Atsuko Kagari from Little Witch Academia.
  2. Athame – This is a dagger used during Wiccan rituals.
  3. Balefire – Fires that are burned outside during Wiccan festivals.
  4. Besom – A broom used in magic.
  5. Bruxo – Spanish translation of “warlock”.
  6. Cauldron – Witches are known for using these typically black, cast-iron pots to brew their potions and spells.
  7. Coven – A gathering of witches.
  8. Craft – The art of witchcraft.
  9. Crow – A large black bird associated with witches.
  10. Grimalkin – The cat owned by the witches in the play ‘Macbeth’ by William Shakespeare.
  11. Grimoire – A book of magic spells.
  12. Hex – A magic spell or curse.
  13. Hexe – Means “witch” in German.
  14. Hocus – Part of a spell.
  15. Jinx – A magic spell or enchantment that brings damage.

Cauldron – Witches are known for using these typically black, cast-iron pots to brew their potions and spells.

  1. Kit – The Siamese cat on Charmed.
  2. Koldun – The Russian translation of “warlock”.
  3. Kyteler – Alice Kyteler was the first person convicted of witchcraft in Ireland.
  4. Lammas – A Wiccan sabbath held in August.
  5. Linden – Trees which are commonly used in Wicca and witchcraft.
  6. Mage – This name means “a magician” or “someone who practices magic,”.
  7. Midnight – It is considered the witching hour.
  8. Ostara – A Wiccan sabbath held on the spring equinox.
  9. Pagan – The religious beliefs predate those of the world religions.
  10. Pentacle – A five-pointed star used in spells.
  11. Pocus – Another part of a spell.
  12. Praxis – Means a ritual or rite.
  13. Robin – Witch Hunter Robin.
  14. Sabbat – Pagan festivals that celebrate the changes of the seasons of the year.
  15. Sibyl – Means a prophet.
  16. Sorginak – A name for both male and female witches.
  17. Spook – Can be a ghost, specter, or spy.
  18. Tilly – Tilly Witch from the children’s books.
  19. Vamp – A person who bewitches, and charms.
  20. Wicca – A Pagan religion based on witchcraft.
  21. Yule – A Wiccan sabbath held during the winter solstice.

Cats have a history of being associated with witches, Ancient Egypt and the gods so it is only natural to consider a witchy or magical name for your kitty. We hope one of the names in this list becomes your furry friends likeness.

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About Amy Brown

Amy Brown is a Certified NAVC Pet Nutritionist and animal lover. She is the proud owner of two cats and a dog and her love for animals has led her to a successful career as a freelance writer specializing in pet care, nutrition, and product reviews.

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