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post #1 of 29
Thread Starter 
Need a name for this kitty.

4 y/o female semi-feral. Don't know much else about her!

post #2 of 29
kismet

moria

ezmerelda

addie
post #3 of 29
Emily or Buttercup
post #4 of 29
Prudence, both for it's English meaning of carefulness and thoughtfulness and the fact that it means "caution" in French.

She is semi-feral, right? It seemed appropriate.
post #5 of 29
She looks like she's got a sad but stern look on her face. Kinda reminds me of my grade one teacher, Sister Mary Mercedes. I think "Mercedes" would be an appropriate name for her.
post #6 of 29
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Originally Posted by knottybuoyz View Post
She looks like she's got a sad but stern look on her face. Kinda reminds me of my grade one teacher, Sister Mary Mercedes. I think "Mercedes" would be an appropriate name for her.
Ooo, I vote for Mercedes! Very classy!
post #7 of 29
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Originally Posted by knottybuoyz View Post
She looks like she's got a sad but stern look on her face. Kinda reminds me of my grade one teacher, Sister Mary Mercedes. I think "Mercedes" would be an appropriate name for her.
I knew a Sr. Mercedes too. I like it for this kitty. She's very pretty.
post #8 of 29
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Originally Posted by sharky View Post
kismet

moria

ezmerelda

addie


Hmmm... are you suggesting something?????
post #9 of 29
She looks like a "Jess" to me
post #10 of 29
Personally.... I like the name Kisa for this pretty kitty
post #11 of 29
Awwww, what a pretty girl....
Mercedes is a great name for her.
Mercy or Merci for short.
post #12 of 29
the lovely lady is my new "daughter" ... and it is highly likely she is in fact one of Zoeys kittens ...

I am leaning toward a name that means karma or fate ...
post #13 of 29
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the lovely lady is my new "daughter" ... and it is highly likely she is in fact one of Zoeys kittens ...

I am leaning toward a name that means karma or fate ...
Oh my gosh, how wonderful....
tell us her story please.

What ever name you choose, we will love it.
post #14 of 29
She looks like a girl kitty we had named Rajah, so I will go with that as my suggestion!

Manda
post #15 of 29
Why not just name her "Karma"? That is a really pretty name. Or after one of the Fates in Greek Mythology? Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos.
post #16 of 29
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Why not just name her "Karma"? That is a really pretty name. Or after one of the Fates in Greek Mythology? Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos.
a close friends dog is named Karma
post #17 of 29
How'z about 'Dalia'?

Means "fate, luck" in Lithuanian. This was the name of the Lithuanian goddess of weaving, fate and childbirth, often associated with Laima.

BTW - I had a cat named Karma, she was a very sweet around me but would attack the other
cats in the house to the point they were afraid to come out of from under the bed.
post #18 of 29
Ginger Cookie.
post #19 of 29
Instead of Karma, what about Destiny?
post #20 of 29
Keep the names coming as do to herpes outbreaks in my house she will come in likely 2 ish weeks
post #21 of 29
She looks like a "Bessie" to me
post #22 of 29
I vote Honahara, it's Hindi for destiny or karma! Its pronounced Hawnaw-Ara! She could be Hona or Honi aka honey for short!! I think its pretty!
post #23 of 29
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I vote Honahara, it's Hindi for destiny or karma! Its pronounced Hawnaw-Ara! She could be Hona or Honi aka honey for short!! I think its pretty!
honi is cute ...

so far I really like

moria

kismet

honi

dahlia- love the origin as grannie was

Lachesis
post #24 of 29
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honi is cute ...

so far I really like

moria

kismet

honi

dahlia- love the origin as grannie was

Lachesis
I did a little more research for you, in case it would help you pick a name. I like mythology a lot anyway. I bolded the names of deities that I found. Maybe one of them will jump out at you!

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"The Greek Fates, or Moirae, have the subtle but, awesome power of deciding a man's destiny. The assign a man to good or evil. Their most obvious choice is choosing how long a man lives. There are three Fates. Clotho, the spinner, who spins the thread of life. Lachesis, the measurer, who chooses the lot in life one will have and measures off how long it is to be. Atropos, she who can not be turned, who at death with her shears cuts the tread of life.

The Fates are old and predate the gods. It is not entirely clear how far their power extends. It is possible that they determine the fate of the gods as well. In any case, not even the most powerful being is willing to trifle with them."
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"In Norse mythology, the Norns are the demi-goddesses of destiny. They control the destinies of both gods and men, as well as the unchanging laws of the cosmos. They are represented as three sisters: Urd ("fate"), Verdandi ("necessity") and Skuld ("being"). They live at the base of the World Tree Yggdrasil in the realm of Asgard.

In other myths, the Norns were thought to give assistance at birth, and that each person has his or her own personal Norn."
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"In Latvian mythology, Laima is the deity of fate, the personification of it, whether as luck or as bad luck. The name is similar to laime - "luck", with both grammatical variants traceable in the folklore material. She assists childbirth, and therefore is honored by both maidens and married wives, controls the most important events of a person's life, such as birth, marriage and death.

She is also the deity of pregnant women and can ensure a good pregnancy as long as she is in the house. Frequently mentioned together in the song texts with Dievs, in some cases God's horses are outside her door (meaning suitors arriving at a maiden's house), but it is a very weak motif among those of the heavenly wedding. She is the central one of the alleged trinity of Laimas or destiny deities, together with her sisters Karta and Dekla. There are texts mentioning 'three Laimas', although not giving their particular names."
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"Manat or Menet is the ancient Arabian goddess of fate, time and destiny, and the personification of the evening star. Manat ("fate") is one of the daughters of the pre-Islamic Allah. Her cult was situated between Medina and Mecca, where she was worshipped in the form of a black stone."
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"In Celtic Mythology, Eriu was a goddess connected to the land in a fashion reminiscent of the Mothers who could appear as a beautiful woman or as a crow, as could the triple-goddess Morrigan. The Disir appeared in similar guises. In addition to being battle goddesses, they are significantly associated with fate as well as birth in many cases, along with appearing before a death or to escort the deceased."
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"In Chinese mythology, Si-ming is The "Lord of Fate", who determines the life span of each individual. He keeps a register of the transgressions and omissions of mankind, of which he informs Tai-yi, the Supreme One, at the same time asking him to lengthen or shorten the life span of the individual accordingly. He has two books, the Book of Death, containing the names of all who must die, and the Book of Life, those of the immortals."
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"In Egyption mythology, Mesenet is a goddess of childbirth, the personification of the rock on which the mother gives birth. Not only does she form the child in the womb, but she is also responsible for creating a baby's ka. She is also a goddess of fate.

Renenet and Shai are two other Egyptian goddesses of fate that are said to be the hands of Thoth, the divine intelligence of the gods. Renenet was the goddess of plenty and good fortune. Shai was the direct personification of fate, and her name means Fortune.
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"The Roman goddess of childbirth is Decima. Nona is the Roman goddess of pregnancy, who was called upon by a pregmant mother in the ninth month when the child was due to be born. Morta is the Roman goddess of death. Parca is another goddess of childbirth. These sisters were known as the Parcae, or the Roman fates. These deities were equivalent to the Greek Moirae.
post #25 of 29
She is home .. and VERY feral ... I can touch her after she does the dart and climb ....
post #26 of 29
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Originally Posted by sharky View Post
She is home .. and VERY feral ... I can touch her after she does the dart and climb ....
so, what name did you decide on?
post #27 of 29
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Originally Posted by sharky View Post
She is home
She'll start to trust you soon. She's safe and warm and has food and love. That goes a long way and she'll have you wrapped around her little paws in no time.

What is her name?
post #28 of 29
I am calling her kizzy short for Kismet but I am thinking she may be a moria
post #29 of 29
Sandy...... I dunno why? But she looks like a Sandy.
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