Female Pet Names from the Bible

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Here is a collection of female pet names suggesting several ideas from the Bible and why each might make a good name for your pet. I’ve also included the original language of the word, where it can be found in the Bible, and its meaning.

Abishai – Could be shortened to Abi.
(Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 26:6 – “the present of my father.”

Atarah – Try this name if your pet has the markings of royalty.
(Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 2:26 – “a crown.”

Bathsheba – Could be shortened to Sheba.
(Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 11:3 – “the seventh daughter; the daughter of satiety.”

Carmel – Good name for a pet with a caramel-colored coat.
(Hebrew) – Joshua 12:22 – “circumcised lamb; harvest; full of ears of corn.”

Chloe – This seems like a name for a sophisticated pet.
(Greek) – 1 Cor. 1:11 – “green herb.”

Delilah – This pet is not to be trusted.
(Hebrew) – Judges 16:14 – “small; slight.”

Dinah – I picture this name for a “social butterfly” pet.
(Hebrew) – Gen. 30:21 – “judgment; who judges.”

Dorcas – Try this name if your pet makes you want to say “poor thing.”
(Greek) – Acts 9:36 – “a female roe-deer.”

Eden – Does your pet aim to please you?
(Hebrew) – Gen. 2:8 – “pleasure; delight.”

Glory – Just the right name for an award-winning pet.
(Latin) – Exodus 14:4 – “praise; honor; distinction.”

Hannah – Perfect name for a good-natured pet.
(Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 1:2 – “gracious; merciful; he that gives.”

Jael – Need a name for a pet that likes to jump or climb?
(Hebrew) – Judges 4:17 – “one that ascends.”

Jasper – Choose this name for a treasured pet.
(Greek) – Exodus 28:20 – “treasure holder.”

Jewel – Does your pet delight you?
(Old French) – Prov. 20:15 – “delight.”

Jordan – Does your pet like to dunk in the river?
(Hebrew) – Judges 6:33 – “the descender.”

Leah – Great name for a couch-potato cat.
(Hebrew) – Gen. 29:16 – “weary; tired.”

Lois – Does your pet have a competitive nature?
(Greek) – 2 Tim. 1:5 – “better.”

Magdalene – Could be shortened to Maggie.
(Greek) – Matt. 27:56 – “a person from Magdala.”

Mercy – Good name for a sweet-natured pet.
(English) – Gen. 43:14 – “compassion, forbearance.”

Michal – Perfect name for the perfect pet.
(Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 18:20 – “who is perfect?; who resembles God?”

Myra – Having trouble potty training this one?
(Greek) – Acts 27:5 – “flow; pour out; weep.”

Olive – A lovely pet deserves a dignified name.
(Latin) – Gen. 8:11 – “fruitfulness; beauty; dignity.”

Ophrah – Good name for a pet with a fawn-colored coat.
(Hebrew) – Judges 6:11 – “dust; lead; a fawn.”

Paula – Perfect name for a tiny pet.
(Latin) – Acts 13:9 – “small; little.”

Phoebe – Is your pet a pure-breed?
(Greek) – Rom. 16:1 – “shining; pure.”

Prisca – Try this name if you’re adopting an older pet.
(Latin) – Acts 18:2 – “ancient.”

Rachel – Great name for the sheepish looking pet.
(Hebrew) – Gen. 29:6 – “sheep.”

Rhoda – Does your pet like to stop and smell the roses?
(Greek, Latin) – Acts 12:13 – “a rose.”

Rose – Is your pet a hopeless romantic?
(Latin) – Song of Sol. 2:1 – “a rose.”

Ruby – Good name for a pet with a red coat.
(English) – Exodus 28:17 – “the red gemstone.”

Sarah – Do you plan to spoil this pet?
(Hebrew) – Gen. 17:15 – “lady; princess; princess of the multitude.”

Serah – Perfect for a pet with star markings.
(Hebrew) – Gen. 46:17 – “lady of scent; song; the morning star.”

Sharon – Does your pet have a talent for singing?
(Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 5:16 – “his plain; his song.”

Sherah – For the pet who’s one of the family.
(Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 7:24 – “relative; relationship.”

Shiloh – Need a name for peace-loving pet?
(Hebrew) – Joshua 18:8 – “peace; abundance; his gift.”

Shiphrah – Great name for a good-looking, but noisy pet.
(Hebrew) – Exodus 1:15 – “handsome; trumpet; that does good.”

Tamar – Try this name for a pet with a stylish hair-doo.
(Hebrew)- Gen. 38:6 – “palm or date palm; palm-tree.”

Terah – Does your pet tend to wander from home?
(Hebrew) – Num. 33:27 – “the wanderer; scent; blow.”

Zina – I know a Whippet by this name.
(Greek) – 1 Chron. 23:10 – “shining; going back.”

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