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除了族群形式的“双词缀”命名,以及现代部落形式的“子句”命名外,大部分的角色名字都是单一词缀,仅少数是复合词语。

规则

猫群是由多数猫所组成的群体,大部分拥有一个或以上的首领,甚至可能拥有领地。

无群猫则是指那些没有明显群聚行为的猫,依据是否依赖两脚兽维生的情况,又可分为宠物猫或野生猫(也就是独行猫泼皮猫)。

无群猫

  • 野生猫的命名大多是猫能理解的事物,也就是动物、植物、气候、颜色等自然事物。
  • 宠物猫的名字大多源自两脚兽,除了自然事物外,很容易使用两脚兽的名字和物品命名,甚至可能出现意义不明的词语。

猫群

以下的猫群是指现代族群、现代部落、远古部落、远古猫巨猫族以外的群体。

  • 绝大部分的猫群,例如血族至亲刀疤营地,本质上都是由上述三种无群猫所组成。
    • 有时候他们会拥有和族群相似的双词缀名称,例如DarktailOne Eye,但大部分的猫都是维持使用他们加入猫群前的名字。
  • 少数的猫群,尽管拥有极具独到的文化,却没有非常明显的命名规则:
    • 公园猫的描述过少,难以判断;但就目前已知的成员来看,并没有任何显而易见的规律。
    • 守护者的成员允许自由加入和离去,因此在命名上和普通猫群无异。
    • 姐妹会的已知成员都使用自然相关的物件为名,例如月光大地
    • 武士族最初的成员大部分都仿族群为自己进行双词缀命名,但并没有要求后来加入的猫更改名字。

生物相关

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说明
Ant [注 1]蚂蚁 暂译 螞蟻 影族猫,原守护者成员,现名蚁毛Antfur),最早登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Bee [注 2]蜜蜂、比 蜜蜂 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Beetle [注 3]甲虫 甲蟲 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Bug [注 4]虫虫 暂译 蟲蟲 暂译 独行猫,登场于《卵石光的幼崽》。
Cow [注 5]奶牛 乳牛 泼皮猫,登场于《蛾飞的幻象》。
Cricket [注 6]蟋蟀 蟋蟀 非官 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Cricket [注 6]蟋蟀 非官 蟋蟀 非官 至亲成员,原泼皮猫,现名蟑螂Roach),登场于《暗影幻象》。
Dragonfly [注 7]蜻蜓 非官 蜻蜓 非官 独行猫/泼皮猫,登场于《暗影幻象》。
Fox [注 8]狐狸 阿狐 晴天营地成员,原泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Foxy [注 8]福克希 福克西 提及于《火星的追寻》。
Frog [注 9]青蛙 青蛙 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Growler [注 10]黑鲈 暂译 黑鱸 泼皮猫,原宠物猫,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Hawk [注 11]飞鹰 飛鷹 非官 河族猫,原泼皮猫,现名鹰霜Hawkfrost),最早登场于《新预言》。
Hawk [注 11]飞鹰 暂译 飛鷹 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Jay [注 12]杰伊 潔兒、小杰 独行猫/宠物猫,最早登场于《黄牙的秘密》。
Magpie [注 13]麦格派 喜鵲 独行猫,登场于《钩星的承诺》。
Minnow [注 14]阿鲦、米诺 曉鯉 风族猫,原泼皮猫,现名疾鲦Swift Minnow),最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Mole [注 15]鼹鼠 鼴鼠 泼皮猫,登场于《高星的复仇》。
Monkey [注 16]猴子 暂译 猴子 暂译 武士族成员,宠物猫,现名猴星Monkeystar),登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Moth [注 17]飞蛾 飛蛾 非官 河族猫,原泼皮猫,现名蛾翅Mothwing),最早登场于《新预言》。
Mouse [注 18]鼠鼠、鼠 鼠鼠、鼠 雷族猫,原独行猫,现名鼠须Mousewhisker),最早登场于《新预言》。
Mouse [注 18]老鼠 老鼠 泼皮猫,登场于《蛾飞的幻象》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 ant(蚂蚁)是一种住在地底,社会组织良好的小昆虫。[1]
  2. 2.0 2.1 bee(蜜蜂)是一种黄白相间的飞虫,会生产蜂蜜和螫人。[2]
  3. 3.0 3.1 beetle(甲虫)是一种有着硬壳般后背的昆虫。[3]
  4. 4.0 4.1 bug(虫)是指非常小的虫子。[4]
  5. 5.0 5.1 cow(奶牛)是一种持续生产肉和奶的大型雌性农场动物。[6]
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 cricket(蟋蟀)是一种棕色或黑色的小昆虫,会摩擦翅膀发出短促洪亮的噪音;[5]亦可作为中性名
  7. 7.0 7.1 dragonfly(蜻蜓)是一种身体又长又细,颜色明亮的大昆虫,有着两对透明翅膀。[7]
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 fox(狐)是一种尖耳尖脸的犬科动物。[8]
  9. 9.0 9.1 frog(青蛙)是一种长皮肤,水陆两栖,没有尾巴的小动物。它的长而有力的后腿能跳得很远,外皮通常是绿棕色的。[9]
  10. 10.0 10.1 growler(黑鲈)是美国方言,一种气息在北美河川的鲈科鱼类,因发出的声音而得名。[10]
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 hawk(鹰)是一种中小型猛禽,体型比雕(eagle)小;[11]亦可作为中性名
  12. 12.0 12.1 jay(松鸦)是一种鸦科鸟类,通常有着蓝羽毛的翅膀和尾巴;[12]亦可作为男性名
  13. 13.0 13.1 magpie(喜鹊)是一种有着黑白羽毛和长尾巴的鸟。[13]
  14. 14.0 14.1 minnow(鲦)是一种在湖河中可以找到的小鱼。[14]
  15. 15.0 15.1 mole(鼹鼠)是一种会挖洞的小动物。[15]
  16. 16.0 16.1 monkey(猴子)是一种住在热带国家,有着一条尾巴,善爬树的灵长类(一种和人类相似的动物)。[16]
  17. 17.0 17.1 moth(蛾)是一种翅膀很像蝴蝶的昆虫,通常在晚上飞行,会受到光的吸引。[17]
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 mouse(鼠)是一种尖嘴圆耳的小动物。[18]

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说明
Raven [注 1]渡鸦、雷文 渡鴉 影族猫,泼皮猫,旧名渡鸦皮Raven Pelt),现名未知,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Raven [注 1]渡鸦 烏鴉 至亲成员,原泼皮猫,登场于《暗影幻象》。
Roach [注 2]蟑螂 蟑螂 泼皮猫,旧名蟋蟀Cricket),登场于《暗影幻象》。
Snail [注 3]蜗牛 暂译 蝸牛 暂译 原姐妹会成员,登场于《阿树的根源》。
Snake [注 4]毒蛇、蛇 毒蛇、蛇 泼皮猫,原血族猫,现名乌鸦嗓Hoot),最早登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Snake [注 4]阿蛇 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Snapper [注 5]猛咬 官方噬爪 史奈普 泼皮猫,原血族猫,登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Snipe [注 6]鹬鸟 官方鹬皮 打手 泼皮猫,原血族猫,最早登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Sparrow [注 7]麻雀 麻雀 泼皮猫,登场于《高星的复仇》。
Sparrow [注 7]麻雀 暂译 麻雀 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Spider [注 8]蜘蛛 蜘蛛 独行猫,登场于《幽暗异象》。
Spider [注 8]蜘蛛 暂译 蜘蛛 暂译 独行猫,原姐妹会成员,登场于《阿树的根源》。
Squirrel [注 9]松鼠 暂译 松鼠 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Swallow [注 10]燕子、斯沃洛 燕子 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Tadpole [注 11]蝌蚪 蝌蚪 非官 泼皮猫,最早登场于《虎星与莎夏》。
Toad [注 12]蛤蟆 蟾蜍 泼皮猫,登场于《鹰翅的旅程》。
Tuna [注 13]金枪鱼 暂译 鮪魚 泼皮猫,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 raven(渡鸦)是一种鸦科的黑色大鸟,羽毛黑亮;也可以指乌黑色;[19]亦可作为中性名
  2. 2.0 2.1 roach是蟑螂的非正式称呼;[20]亦可作为中性名
  3. 3.0 3.1 snail(蜗牛)是一种有着湿软身体和圆壳的小生物,移动缓慢且常吃花园植物。[21]
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 snake(蛇)是一种身体很长,没有脚的爬虫类。[22]
  5. 5.0 5.1 snapper(笛鲷)是一种在温暖的海洋中生活的可食用鱼。[23]
  6. 6.0 6.1 snipe(沙锥/鹬)是一种有着又长又直的嘴喙的鸟,栖息在河流或沼泽附近。[24]
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 sparrow(麻雀)是一种在城镇内常见的灰棕色小型鸟;[25]亦可作为中性名
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 spider(蜘蛛)是一种八条细腿的小生物,会结网捕食昆虫。[26]
  9. 9.0 9.1 squirrel(松鼠)是一种毛茸茸的长尾小动物,爬树并以坚果和种子为食。[27]
  10. 10.0 10.1 swallow(燕)是一种尖翼的小型鸟,尾巴分叉为两个尖端,飞行速度快,可以边飞边捕食昆虫。[28]
  11. 11.0 11.1 tadpole(蝌蚪)是一种住在水里的小黑色生物,有着大头和长尾巴,最后成长成青蛙或蟾蜍。[29]
  12. 12.0 12.1 toad(蟾蜍/蛤蟆)是一种类似青蛙的棕色小动物,眼睛很大后腿很长,擅长游泳和跳跃。[30]
  13. 13.0 13.1 tuna(金枪鱼)是一种生存在温暖海域的大型鱼。[31]

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说明
Bone [注 1]壮骨、骨头 骨頭 血族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《预言开始》。
Claw [注 2]爪子 暂译 爪子 暂译 血族猫,提及于《灰条的誓言》。
Cobweb [注 3]蛛网 暂译 蛛網 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Egg [注 4]鸡蛋 蛋兒 天族猫,原独行猫,曾被命名为鸡蛋爪Eggpaw),登场于《天族外传》。
Eggs [注 4]煎蛋 暂译 煎蛋 暂译 宠物猫,登场于《破灭守则》。
Fang [注 5]利牙 暂译 利牙 暂译 武士族成员,原宠物猫,旧名忍冬Honeysuckle),登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Feather [注 6]羽毛 暂译 羽毛 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Floss [注 7]丝儿 絲兒 独行猫,最早登场于《新预言》。
Fuzz [注 8]法兹 法茲 宠物猫,登场于《族群的秘密》。
Fuzzball [注 8]茸球 暂译 絨毛球 宠物猫,最早登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Pad [注 9]帕蒂 小墊子 宠物猫,原独行猫,登场于《灰条历险记》。
Scratch [注 10]斯克兰奇 史魁奇 天族猫,原宠物猫/泼皮猫,最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Whiskers [注 11]须须 暂译 鬚鬚 宠物猫,提及于《松星的抉择》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 bone(骨)是任何构成人类或动物框架的坚硬部分。[32]
  2. 2.0 2.1 claw(爪)是动物或鸟类附于趾头上、长而弯曲的指甲。[33]
  3. 3.0 3.1 cobweb(蛛网)是一个蜘蛛用粘稠丝线造成的网状结构,用以捕捉昆虫。[34]
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 egg(蛋)是雌鸟产生的可食用椭圆形硬壳物体,特指鸡。[35]
  5. 5.0 5.1 fang(尖牙)是长而尖的牙齿;[36]亦可作为女性名
  6. 6.0 6.1 feather(羽毛)是覆满鸟类身上的轻盈小物,中心较坚固,两侧长有许多细毛;[37]亦可作为女性名
  7. 7.0 7.1 floss(丝线)是一种(特指昆虫或植物)所产生的光滑软线。[38]
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 fuzz(绒毛、卷毛)是一层薄而软的短毛,或不整齐的大量卷毛。[39]
  9. 9.0 9.1 pad(肉垫)是猫或狗等动物掌上的柔软部分。[40]
  10. 10.0 10.1 scratch(抓)是用尖锐或粗糙的物体切开或对皮肤造成伤痕;亦可指(抓痕)以上述动作留下的痕迹。[41]
  11. 11.0 11.1 whisker(须)是指长在猫,鼠等动物肘的硬长毛。[42]

植物

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Alder [注 1]桤木 赤楊 天族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Barley [注 2]巴利 大麥 独行猫,曾加入血族,最早登场于《预言开始》。
Beech [注 3]榉木、比奇 山毛櫸 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Birch [注 4]桦树 白樺 天族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Birch [注 4]桦树 白樺 天族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Bramble [注 5]黑莓 小棘 泼皮猫,提及于《族群黎明》。
Bracken [注 6]蕨丛 暂译 蕨肯 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Burr [注 7]毛刺 非官 毛刺 非官 泼皮猫,登场于《猫武士冒险游戏》。
Buttercup [注 8]毛茛 暂译 毛茛 暂译 武士族成员,原宠物猫,登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Cherry [注 9]彻丽 櫻桃 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名樱尾Cherrytail),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Chestnut [注 10]板栗 暂译 板栗 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《阿树的根源》。
Cinnamon [注 11]肉桂 暂译 肉桂 影族猫,原守护者成员,现名肉桂尾Cinnamontail),最早登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Clover [注 12]克洛弗 香菜 天族猫,原独行猫,现名苜蓿尾Clovertail),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Clover [注 12]苜蓿 三葉草 雷族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Coriander [注 13]芫荽 香菜 独行猫,最早登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
Coriander [注 13]芫荽 暂译 香菜 暂译 独行猫,登场于《黛西的至亲》。
Daffodil [注 14]达芙迪尔 暂译 達芙迪爾 暂译 宠物猫,登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Daisy [注 15]黛西 黛西 雷族猫,原独行猫,最早登场于《新预言》。
Daisy [注 15]黛西 暂译 黛西 暂译 独行猫,最早登场于《黛西的至亲》。
Fern [注 16]香薇、弗恩 蕨葉 风族猫,原泼皮猫,现名香薇叶Fern Leaf),最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Fircone [注 17][注 18]杉果 杉毬果 晴天营地成员,原泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Gorse [注 19]金雀花、荆豆 金雀花 风族猫,原泼皮猫,现名荊豆毛Gorse Fur),现名金雀星Gorsestar),最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Furze [注 20]金雀花 暂译 荊豆 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Hazel [注 21]榛榛、榛 榛榛、榛 雷族猫,原独行猫,现名榛尾Hazeltail),最早登场于《新预言》。
Holly [注 22]冬青 冬青 风族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Honeysuckle [注 23]忍冬 暂译 忍冬 暂译 武士族成员,原宠物猫,现名利牙Fang),登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Juniper [注 24]杜松、朱尼珀 杜松 影族猫,原泼皮猫,现名杜松枝Juniper Branch),最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Lily [注 25]莉莉 莉莉 宠物猫,最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Lily [注 25]莉莉 暂译 莉莉 暂译 武士族成员,原宠物猫,登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Marigold [注 26]金盏花 暂译 金盞 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Milkweed [注 27]乳草 奶草 雷族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Mint [注 28]薄荷 薄荷 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名薄荷毛Mintfur),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Minty [注 29]明蒂 明蒂 泼皮猫,原血族猫,登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Minty [注 29]明蒂、薄荷 敏蒂 宠物猫,登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
Moss [注 30]摩絲 摩絲 宠物猫,原独行猫,登场于《灰条历险记》。
Moss [注 30]莫斯 苔蘚 河族猫,原泼皮猫,现名苔藓尾Moss Tail),登场于《族群黎明》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 alder(桤)是一种桦木科的树,通常长在水边。[43]
  2. 2.0 2.1 barley(大麦)是一种高植物,每株草上像是长了又长又直的毛发;这种植物的谷类,通常用来作为食物和酿制啤酒及威士忌。[44]
  3. 3.0 3.1 beech(榉)是一种有着光滑灰色树干和小坚果的树。[45]
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 birch(桦)是一种枝桠很细的树,树皮通常白而光滑;[46]亦可作为男性名
  5. 5.0 5.1 bramble(黑莓刺丛)是任何带刺的野树丛;也可以指黑莓树丛。[47]
  6. 6.0 6.1 bracken(腕蕨)是一种长在乡间开放地区的大型蕨类,特别是山丘上和树林里;[48]亦可作为中性名
  7. 7.0 7.1 burr(毛刺)是一种非常小而圆的种子壳,表面覆满了会黏在衣服或动物毛上的小刺。[49]
  8. 8.0 8.1 buttercup(毛茛)是一种亮黄色的小野花。[50]
  9. 9.0 9.1 cherry(樱桃)是一种中间有一颗硬籽、又小又圆的水果,颜色有红有黑;[51]亦可作为女性名
  10. 10.0 10.1 chestnut(板栗)是一种叶子分成五份、有着大圆坚果的树;也可以指赤褐色。[52]
  11. 11.0 11.1 cinnamon(肉桂)是一种热带树的树皮,或者可以做成的粉末,可以用来给特定食物增添风味,特别是用在甜食上;[53]亦可作为中性名
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 clover(苜蓿/三叶草)是一种每个茎上有三片圆叶的小植物,通常拿来喂牛;[54]亦可作为女性名
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 coriander(芫荽/芫荽)是一种叶子或种子可以用来给食物增添特定风味的植物;[56]亦可作为中性名
  14. 14.0 14.1 daffodil(黄水仙)是一种长茎的黄色钟型花,常见于春天;[57]亦可作女性名
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 daisy(雏菊)是一种白花瓣,黄色芯的小花,通常长在草堆里;[58]亦可作为女性名
  16. 16.0 16.1 fern(蕨)是一种叶子如羽、无花的绿色长茎植物;[59]亦可作为女性名
  17. 17.0 17.1 fir(冷杉)是一种生长在寒冷国家、叶子似针的高常青树。[60]
  18. 18.0 18.1 cone(球果)是一种针叶树的坚硬椭圆形水果。[55]
  19. 19.0 19.1 gorse(荆豆/金雀花)是一种带尖刺和小黄花的野生树丛。[61]
  20. 20.0 20.1 furze(荆豆/金雀花)是gorse的另一种写法。[62]
  21. 21.0 21.1 hazel(榛)是一种产出可食用坚果的小树;[63]亦可作为女性名
  22. 22.0 22.1 holly(冬青)是一种有着闪亮的尖锐叶子和小圆红果实的小型常青树;[64]亦可作为中性名
  23. 23.0 23.1 honeysuckle(忍冬)是一种攀爬植物,其花朵带有甜气。[65]
  24. 24.0 24.1 juniper(杜松)是一种带有尖叶和小紫果的小型常青树丛,可以用于医疗或制作琴酒;[66]亦可作为女性名
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 lily(百合)是任何长有钟型大花和长茎的植物;[67]亦可作为女性名
  26. 26.0 26.1 marigold(金盏花)是一种亮黄色或亮橘色的花;[68]亦可作为女性名
  27. 27.0 27.1 milkweed(乳草)是马利筋属(Asclepias)植物的俗称;[69]
  28. 28.0 28.1 mint(薄荷)是一种有着强烈香气和口味的药草,可以给食物增添风味;[70]亦可作为中性名
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 minty(薄荷味)是用于形容有薄荷的口感或香气;[71]亦可作为女性名
  30. 30.0 30.1 30.2 moss(苔藓)是一种非常小的黄色或绿色植物,特别长在湿土、岩石、墙壁或树桩上;[72]亦可作为男性名

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Nettle [注 1]荨麻 蕁麻 天族猫,原独行猫/泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Nettle [注 1]荨麻 蕁麻 至亲成员,原泼皮猫,登场于《暗影幻象》。
Nutmeg [注 2]肉豆蔻 豆蔻 泼皮猫,登场于《天族外传》。
Nutmeg [注 2]肉豆蔻 豆蔻 列于《高星的复仇》的猫物表。
Nutmeg [注 2]娜特玛格 非官 豆蔻 非官 宠物猫,火星和公主的母亲,提及于“猫武士移动应用”。
Olive [注 3]奥丽弗 暂译 奧麗芙 暂译 宠物猫,登场于《卵石光的幼崽》。
Onion [注 4]洋蔥 洋蔥 泼皮猫,登场于《天族外传》。
Parsnip [注 5]防风 帕斯尼 宠物猫,登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
Peanut [注 6]花生 暂译 花生 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Pepper [注 7]胡椒 胡椒 独行猫,提及于《三力量》。
Petunia [注 8]佩特妮亚 暂译 佩特妮亞 暂译 武士族成员,原宠物猫,登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Pine [注 9]派恩 松樹 非官 泼皮猫,登场于《虎星与莎夏》。
Pine [注 9]松树 小松 河族猫,原泼皮猫,现名松针Pine Needle),最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Pine [注 9]暂译 雷族猫,曾当过宠物猫,现名松星Pinestar),最早登场于《蓝星的预言》。
Pod [注 10]豆荚 帕德 独行猫,最早登场于《三力量》。
Pumpkin [注 11]南瓜 暂译 南瓜 原守护者成员,提及于《虎心的阴影》。
Quince [注 12]蔷薇、昆丝 薔薇 宠物猫,最早登场于《长鞭崛起》。
Reed [注 13]芦苇、里德 蘆葦 风族猫,原泼皮猫,现名芦苇尾Reed Tail),最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Rose [注 14]罗丝 蘿絲 宠物猫,最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Rose [注 14]罗丝 暂译 蘿絲 宠物猫,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Sage [注 15]鼠尾草 鼠尾草 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名鼠尾草鼻Sagenose),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Snowdrop [注 16]雪滴 雪花蓮 宠物猫,登场于《星预言》。
Sunflower [注 17]向日葵 暂译 向日葵 暂译 宠物猫,登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Tansy [注 18]艾菊 艾菊 非官 独行猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Thistle [注 19]蓟草 薊花 雷族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Thistle [注 19]蓟草 薊草 至亲成员,原泼皮猫,登场于《暗影幻象》。
Violet [注 20]维奥莱特 維奧萊特 宠物猫,曾加入血族,最早登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Violet [注 20]紫罗兰、维奥莉 紫羅蘭 雷族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Willow [注 21]杨柳、薇洛 柳樹 风族猫,原独行猫,现名杨柳尾Willow Tail),最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Yew [注 22]暂译 宠物猫/独行猫,登场于《鸦羽的拷问》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 nettle(荨麻)是一种有着心形叶子、附满小刺的野生植物。[73]
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 nutmeg(肉豆蔻)是一种热带树的硬果实,或者以此磨制、用来增添食物风味的粉末。[74]
  3. 3.0 3.1 olive(橄榄)是一种有苦味的绿色或黑色水果,可以食用或榨油;[75]亦可作为女性名
  4. 4.0 4.1 onion(洋葱)是一种有强烈气味和味道的蔬菜,层层紧包聚为球型,表皮通常是棕色或红色的,内部则为白色。[76]
  5. 5.0 5.1 parsnip(欧防风)是一种黄油色的植物长根,可作为蔬菜食用。[77]
  6. 6.0 6.1 peanut(花生)是一种长在地底、成对于棕色细内的椭圆形坚果;[78]亦可作为中性名
  7. 7.0 7.1 pepper(胡椒)是一种磨碎干胡椒粒所制成的灰或白的粉末,能够给食物添加辣味;亦可指(甜椒)一种中空有籽的圆蔬菜,颜色通常为绿、红或黄;[79]亦可作为女性名
  8. 8.0 8.1 petunia(矮牵牛)是一种有着白、粉、紫或红的钟形花的花园植物;[80]亦可作女性名
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 pine(松)是一种长在寒冷区域的常青树。[81]
  10. 10.0 10.1 pod(豆荚)是一种狭长细长的植物部位,像是豆子或碗豆,通常将种子包在厚皮中。[82]
  11. 11.0 11.1 pumpkin(南瓜)是非常大而圆的蔬菜,有着坚硬的黄色或橘色的果肉。[83]
  12. 12.0 12.1 quince(榅桲)是一种形似苹果的硬果实,有强烈的甜味。[84]
  13. 13.0 13.1 reed(芦苇)是一种高硬似草的植物,长在水边;[85]亦可作为中性名
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 rose(玫瑰)是一种茎上有刺的花园植物,花朵会散发出怡人的香味;[86]亦可作为女性名
  15. 15.0 15.1 sage(鼠尾草)是一种灰绿色叶子的植物,可以用作药物草或给食物增添风味;[87]亦可作为中性名
  16. 16.0 16.1 snowdrop(雪花莲)是一种在初春开出钟形白色小花的植物。[88]
  17. 17.0 17.1 sunflower(向日葵)是一种植物,有着极长的茎,和一朵又大又圆又平又黄的花朵,并有许多细长花瓣。[89]
  18. 18.0 18.1 tansy(艾菊)是一种黄色菊科花,顶端扁平、看起来像按钮,叶子有香气,通常用在煮饭或医药;[90]亦可作为女性名
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 thistle(蓟)是一种叶子上有刺的野花,通常是紫色的。[91]
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 violet(紫罗兰)是一种香气怡人的小植物,通常有紫,蓝或白色的花;[92]亦可作为女性名
  21. 21.0 21.1 willow(垂柳)是一种长在水边的树,叶子细长下垂;[93]亦可作为中性名
  22. 22.0 22.1 yew(紫杉)是一种叶子前端如针的常青树,有着小而红的松果。[94]

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Berry [注 1]莓莓、莓 莓莓、莓 雷族猫,原独行猫,现名莓鼻Berrynose),最早登场于《新预言》。
Blossom [注 2]花朵 花開 天族猫,原独行猫/泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Branch [注 3]树枝 樹枝 独行猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Branch [注 3]树枝 枝葉 泼皮猫,登场于《鹰翅的旅程》。
Flora [注 4]弗洛拉 花兒 泼皮猫,登场于《三力量》。
Flower [注 5]花儿 花兒 独行猫,原宠物猫,提及于《三力量》。
Flower [注 5]花儿 非官 花兒 非官 泼皮猫,原宠物猫,锐掌的姐妹,提及于“猫武士移动应用”。
Flower [注 5]花儿 花兒 宠物猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Grass [注 6]青草 暂译 青草 暂译 原姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Leaf [注 7]树叶 葉子 天族猫,原独行猫,最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Leaf [注 7]叶子 葉青 雷族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Leaf [注 7]树叶 暂译 葉子 暂译 独行猫,原姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Petal [注 8]花瓣 花瓣 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名花瓣鼻Petalnose),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Petal [注 8]花瓣 花瓣 晴天营地成员,原泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Petal [注 8]花瓣 暂译 花瓣 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《阿树的根源》。
Root [注 9]暂译 暂译 独行猫,登场于《阿树的根源》。
Splinter [注 10]瘦子、木屑 小刺 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Stick [注 11]斯迪克 棍子 独行猫/泼皮猫,最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Tree [注 12]阿树 天族猫,原姐妹会成员/独行猫,旧名大地Earth),最早登场于《暗影幻象》。
Twig [注 13]小树枝 小枝 宠物猫,原泼皮猫,提及于《火星的探索》。
Woody [注 14]伍迪 伍迪 独行猫,登场于《星预言》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 berry(莓)是一种生长于特定植物和树木上的小圆水果;[95]亦可作为中性名
  2. 2.0 2.1 blossom(花)是一朵花或大片花丛,尤其是特指树或树丛的;[96]亦可作为女性名
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 branch(树枝)是树的一部分,连结主干和叶、花、果的分支。[97]
  4. 4.0 4.1 flora(植物群)是指特定地点或特定时期的所有植物;[98]亦可作为女性名
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 flower(花)是一种带有鲜艳色彩和怡人香气的植物部位;[99]亦可作为女性名
  6. 6.0 6.1 grass(草)是自然长在地表的低矮绿色植物,叶子很细但量非常大。[100]
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 leaf(叶)是植物连接在茎梗或枝桠顶端,通常是绿色的狭窄部位。[101]
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 petal(花瓣)是花上面亮色的部位,占其组成很大一部分。[102]
  9. 9.0 9.1 root(根)是植物长入地下以获取水分和养分并稳住整体的部位。[103]
  10. 10.0 10.1 splinter(尖碎片)是一块小而尖的木头、玻璃、塑胶或类似材质的碎片。[104]
  11. 11.0 11.1 stick(棍子)是一块细长的木头或其他物质。[105]
  12. 12.0 12.1 tree(树)是一种有着木头枝干并在上方分叉的高植物。[106]
  13. 13.0 13.1 twig(嫩枝)是树或树丛的细小树枝,特别是从树上拔下来不带树叶的枝桠。[107]
  14. 14.0 14.1 woody(木头似的)是表示在气味或味道上像木头。[108]

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Lichen [注 1]苔藓 麗倩 天族猫,原独行猫,现名苔藓毛Lichenfur),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 lichen(地衣)是一种长在石头,屋顶或树木上的灰,绿或黄色的类住有机物。[109]

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Cloud [注 1]云朵 暂译 雲朵 暂译 姐妹会成员,提及于《阿树的根源》。
Cloudy [注 2]云纹 官方 多雲 泼皮猫,登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Moon [注 3]月亮 暂译 月亮 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Moonlight [注 3]月光 暂译 月光 暂译 姐妹会成员,最早登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Moony [注 3]月亮 慕月 天族猫,原独行猫,现名忆天Skywatcher),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Sky [注 4]天族猫,原远古部落猫,旧名晴天Clear Sky),现名天星Skystar),最早登场于《族群的守则》。
Sky [注 4]非官 非官 天族猫,原独行猫,现名忆天Skywatcher),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 cloud(云)是由非常小的漂浮水滴组成,在天空中、灰色或白色的团块;[110]亦可作为中性名
  2. 2.0 2.1 cloudy(多云的)是有云的。[111]
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 moon(月)是在晚上可见、于天空中移动的圆体;[112]亦可作为中性名
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 sky(天)是地表之上,有云有太阳的地方;[114]亦可作为中性名
  5. moonlight(月光)是来自月亮的淡光;[113]

时间

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说明
Dawn [注 1]黎明、道恩 晨曦 河族猫,原泼皮猫,现名黎明雾Dawn Mist),最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Night [注 2]黑夜 夜兒 河族猫,原独行猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Night [注 2]黑夜 黑夜 泼皮猫,登场于《鹰翅的旅程》。
Sunrise [注 3]日升 暂译 日昇 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 dawn(黎明)是太阳光开始出现在天空的时期;[115]亦可作为女性名
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 night(夜)是几乎没有阳光的黑暗时间;[116]亦可作为中性名
  3. 3.0 3.1 sunrise(日出)是太阳开始升入天空的时间。[117]

气候

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说明
Dew [注 1]露珠 露珠 河族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Drizzle [注 2]细雨 小雨 河族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Flurry [注 3]阵雪 陣雪 姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Fog [注 4]迷雾 暂译 迷霧 泼皮猫,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Foggy [注 4]阿雾 迷霧 泼皮猫,登场于《鹰翅的旅程》。
Frost [注 5]冰霜 寒霜 晴天营地成员,原泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Frosty [注 5]雪儿 弗斯提 独行猫,提及于《三力量》。
Ice [注 6]寒冰、冰 寒冰、冰 泼皮猫,原血族猫,现名跳跳Jumper),最早登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Ice [注 6]寒冰 暂译 寒冰 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《阿树的根源》。
Icicle [注 7]冰条 官方 冰柱 非官 泼皮猫,登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Mist [注 8]米斯特 迷霧 独行猫,登场于《钩星的承诺》。
Misty [注 9]薄雾 迷霧 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Rain [注 10]雨水、雷恩 天雨 提及于《族群黎明》。
Rain [注 10]至亲成员,原泼皮猫,登场于《暗影幻象》。
Raindrop [注 11]雨点 小雨滴 宠物猫,原独行猫,登场于《灰条历险记》。
Snow [注 12]白雪 暂译 白雪 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Snowflake [注 13]雪花 官方 雪花 泼皮猫,登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Snowy [注 12]白雪 白雪 泼皮猫,最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Storm [注 14]暴雨 風暴 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Tempest [注 15]暴风 暂译 暴風 暂译 姐妹会成员,最早登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Wind [注 16]风、疾风 風、風兒 风族猫,原独行猫,旧名风奔Wind Runner),现名风星Windstar),最早登场于《族群的秘密》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 dew(露)是过了一夜后,在地面或其他表面形成的小水滴。[118]
  2. 2.0 2.1 drizzle(细雨)是小而轻的雨点。[119]
  3. 3.0 3.1 flurry(阵雪)是指突然飘落的轻雪,被风吹向不同方向。[120]
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 fog(雾)是指非常小的水滴在地面或海面聚集在一起,形成能见度很低的天气。[121]
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 frost(霜)是一种温度降到冰点的气候情况,尤其是发生在夜晚的户外;[122]亦可作为中性名
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 ice(冰)是水冻成固体的样子;[123]亦可作为男性名
  7. 7.0 7.1 icicle(冰柱)是一根由水滴冻结而形成的尖长冰棍。[124]
  8. 8.0 8.1 mist(薄雾)是非常小的水滴出现在地表上,形成了薄幕;[125]亦可作为女性名
  9. 9.0 9.1 misty(薄雾的)表示有雾,能见度低;[126]亦可作为女性名
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 rain(雨)是从云上落下的水滴;[127]亦可作为中性名
  11. 11.0 11.1 raindrop(雨滴)是一滴雨。[128]
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 snow(雪)是now是当天气寒冷时,从天空落下、小而白软的冰片;[129]亦可作为女性名
  13. 13.0 13.1 snowflake(雪花)是从天而降的雪片。[130]
  14. 14.0 14.1 storm(风暴)是伴随强风和暴雨的剧烈天气,通常还有打雷跟闪电;[131]亦可作为中性名
  15. 15.0 15.1 tempest(大风暴)是一场强烈的风暴;[132]亦可作为中性名
  16. 16.0 16.1 wind(风)是空气几近水平的移动流,特别是强到有感的时候;[133]亦可作为女性名

能量

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说明
Blaze [注 1]炽焰 暂译 熾燄 影族猫,原守护者成员,现名炽火Blazefire),最早登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Ember [注 2]余烬、恩贝尔 餘火 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Flame [注 3]火焰 烈焰 泼皮猫,登场于《暗影幻象》。
Haze [注 4]雾霭 暂译 霧靄 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《阿树的根源》。
Shadow [注 5]影族猫,原远古部落猫,旧名高影Tall Shadow),现名影星Shadowstar),最早登场于《族群的秘密》。
Shine [注 6]闪光 閃亮 公园猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Smoke [注 7]灰烟 煙兒 宠物猫,提及于《暗影幻象》。
Smoky [注 8]小灰 小灰 独行猫,最早登场于《新预言》。
Sunshine [注 9]阳光 暂译 陽光 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《破灭守则》。
Thunder [注 10]雷、雷电 雷霆、雷 雷族猫,现名雷星Thunderstar),最早登场于《族群的秘密》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 blaze(烈火)是烧得又猛又烈的样子;[134]亦可作为中性名
  2. 2.0 2.1 ember(余烬)是一块木头或煤块,直到在火焰熄灭后依然继续燃烧;[135]亦可作为中性名
  3. 3.0 3.1 flame(焰)是东西着火时产生的热气。[136]
  4. 4.0 4.1 haze(霭)是热或烟导致空气不清净的情况。[137]
  5. 5.0 5.1 shadow(影)是因光被挡住而产生的黑暗区域。[138]
  6. 6.0 6.1 shine(闪耀)是表面反光,看起来很明亮;[139]亦可作为中性名
  7. 7.0 7.1 smoke(烟)是灰,黑或白混合的烟雾,由燃烧制造出来,带有很小块的碳。[140]
  8. 8.0 8.1 smoky(烟雾弥漫)是充满烟雾的样子。[141]
  9. 9.0 9.1 sunshine(阳光)是来自太阳的光和热;[142]亦可作为女性名
  10. 10.0 10.1 thunder(雷)是在暴风雨时,天空中突然出现的巨大声响。[143]

地形

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Creek [注 1]溪水 暂译 溪水 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Earth [注 2]大地 暂译 大地 暂译 天族猫,原姐妹会成员/独行猫,现名阿树Tree),最早登场于《暗影幻象》。
Ripple [注 3]波紋 河族猫,原公园猫/独行猫,旧名河漪River Ripple),现名河星Riverstar),最早登场于《族群的秘密》。
River [注 4]河族猫,原公园猫/独行猫,旧名河漪River Ripple),现名河星Riverstar),最早登场于《族群的秘密》。
Stream [注 5]溪流 暂译 溪流 暂译 姐妹会成员,登场于《阿树的根源》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 creek(溪)是水流、狭窄的河。[144]
  2. 2.0 2.1 earth(大地)是一种除了天空和海洋以外覆盖世界的存在;亦可指(泥土)厚重松散的棕色物质,可用于种植作物。[145]
  3. 3.0 3.1 ripple(涟漪)是水面细小的波动。[146]
  4. 4.0 4.1 river(河)是注入海、湖或另一条河的自然水流。[147]
  5. 5.0 5.1 stream(流)是切过岩石或地表、自然形成的水流,通常位于地表。[148]

矿石

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说明
Boulder [注 1]石头、博尔德 圓石 影族猫,原泼皮猫/血族猫,最早登场于《预言开始》。
Cinders [注 2]辛德丝 辛杜 独行猫,提及于《天族与陌生者》。
Coal [注 3]煤炭 煤炭 泼皮猫,登场于《新预言》。
Coal [注 3]黑煤 煤炭 泼皮猫,最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Crystal [注 4]克莉斯托 暂译 克莉斯托 宠物猫,登场于《松星的抉择》。
Jet [注 5]黑玉 傑特 独行猫,最早登场于《三力量》。
Mud [注 6]泥巴 暂译 泥巴 暂译 原姐妹会成员,登场于《阿树的根源》。
Rock [注 7]罗克 石子 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名岩荫Rockshade),最早登场于《火星的预言》。
Rock [注 7]岩石 磐石 远古猫,最早登场于《新预言》。
Ruby [注 8]红宝石 紅寶石 非官 独行猫,原宠物猫,登场于《长鞭崛起》。
Scree [注 9]斯克里 史古利 泼皮猫,提及于《火星的探索》。
Silt [注 10]粉沙 粉沙 泼皮猫,登场于《暗影幻象》。
Slate [注 11]深灰 灰板岩 风族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Soot [注 12]苏特 黑煤 独行猫,登场于《钩星的承诺》。
Stone [注 13]石头 石頭 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Stone [注 13]石头 石頭 泼皮猫,登场于《鹰翅的旅程》。
Stone [注 13]石头 暂译 石頭 暂译 原姐妹会成员,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 boulder(巨石)是非常巨大的岩石。[149]
  2. 2.0 2.1 cinder(煤渣)是未完全燃烧的煤或木头的小块残骸。[150]
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 coal(煤)是一种从土中挖出的坚硬的黑色物质碎片,可以用来燃烧提供热量或能量。[151]
  4. 4.0 4.1 crystal(水晶)是一种清澈透明的石头,常被用于珠宝;[152]亦可作为女性名
  5. 5.0 5.1 jet(煤玉)是一种被摩擦后会发亮的黑色硬石,常被用于珠宝或其他装饰。[153]
  6. 6.0 6.1 mud(泥)是混了水的泥土。[154]
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 rock(岩)是一块岩石或石头;[155]亦可作为男性名
  8. 8.0 8.1 ruby(红宝石)是一种珍贵的暗红色透明石头,常被用于珠宝;[156]亦可作为女性名
  9. 9.0 9.1 scree(岩屑堆)是指山边松散而破碎的石头堆,或者覆满此类石头的区域。[157]
  10. 10.0 10.1 silt(淤泥、淤沙)是被水流携带并留下的沙或土,尤指是堆积在河弯或河口的。[158]
  11. 11.0 11.1 slate(板岩)是易碎的深灰色岩石,或用来覆盖屋顶的小板块;[159]亦可作为男性名
  12. 12.0 12.1 soot(煤灰)是燃烧后的炭,木头等,主要由碳组成的黑粉。[160]
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 stone(石)是地面上能找到的坚硬固体物质,通常用来建筑;[161]亦可作为男性名

形容相关

花样

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说明
Fleck [注 1]弗莱克 雀斑 独行猫,登场于《钩星的承诺》。
Patch [注 2]小斑 小斑 非官 宠物猫,登场于《虎星与莎夏》。
Patch [注 2]帕奇 斑奇 天族猫,原泼皮猫,现名斑脚Patchfoot),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Patch [注 2]帕奇 暂译 帕奇 宠物猫,登场于《乌爪的告别》。
Smudge [注 3]斯玛 史莫奇、髒點 宠物猫,登场于《乌爪的告别》。
Speckle [注 4]褐斑 斑點 独行猫,最早登场于《三力量》。
Splash [注 5]斯普赖斯 史派許 宠物猫,原独行猫,登场于《灰条历险记》。
Streak [注 6]银斑 斑紋 泼皮猫,登场于《三力量》。
Stripes [注 7]条纹 暂译 條紋 泼皮猫,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 fleck(斑点)是小痕迹或斑点。[162]
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 patch(斑)是看起来和四周不同的小块区域;[163]亦可作为男性名
  3. 3.0 3.1 smudge(污痕)是一块不特定形状的痕迹,通常是意外将墨水一类的物体涂抹在表面所致。[164]
  4. 4.0 4.1 speckle(斑点)是非常小的印记或斑点。[165]
  5. 5.0 5.1 splash(污斑)是液体不规则散落的样子。[166]
  6. 6.0 6.1 streak(条纹)是一条因为和周围明显不同而容易注意到的细长印记。[167]
  7. 7.0 7.1 stripe(斑纹)是一条和周围颜色不同,横过表面的长带。[168]

颜色

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说明
Red [注 1]红毛 小紅 泼皮猫,登场于《天族外传》。
Red [注 1]雷德 小紅 影族猫,原宠物猫/独行猫,现名黄毛Russetfur),最早登场于《预言开始》。
Red [注 1]赤红、雷德 小赤 天族猫,原泼皮猫,现名红爪Red Claw),最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Scarlet [注 2]斯嘉丽 史嘉莉 宠物猫,登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 red(红)是鲜血的颜色;[169]亦可作为中性名
  2. 2.0 2.1 scarlet(猩红)是亮红色;[170]亦可作为女性名

形状

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说明
Tangle [注 1]坦格尔 纏亂、探哥 天族猫,原独行猫,最早登场于《火星的探索》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 tangle(纠结)是不整齐的,混乱的。[171]

量词

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说明
Tiny [注 1]小不点 小不點 非官 血族猫,原宠物猫,现名长鞭Scourge),最早登场于《预言开始》。
Tiny [注 1]蒂妮 微妮 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名微云Tinycloud),最早登场于《火星的预言》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 tiny(极小的)是非常小的意思。[172]

动作

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说明
Bounce [注 1]邦斯 彈跳 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名跳火Bouncefire),最早登场于《火星的预言》。
Bumble [注 2]班布尔 阿班 独行猫,原宠物猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Chirp [注 3]奇尔普 小啾 独行猫,最早登场于《三力量》。
Dart [注 4]疾冲 飛衝 公园猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Dash [注 5]疾奔 暂译 達西 独行猫,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Dodge [注 6]道奇 鬥吉 泼皮猫,最早登场于《天族外传》。
Echo [注 7]回声 回音 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名回声之歌Echosong),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Flick [注 8]弗里克 彈耳 泼皮猫,登场于《三力量》。
Flutter [注 9]振翼 翩翩 公园猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Frisk [注 10]欢蹦 蹦跳 独行猫,最早登场于《三力量》。
Hoot [注 11]乌鸦嗓 胡特 泼皮猫,原血族猫,旧名毒蛇Snake),最早登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Jumper [注 12]跳跳 加珀 泼皮猫,原血族猫,旧名寒冰Ice),最早登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Pounce [注 13]扑跃 官方扑爪 龐斯 泼皮猫,原血族猫,登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Slash [注 14]斜疤、刀疤 斜疤 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Snag [注 15]钩刺 暂译 斷牙 血族猫,原泼皮猫,曾加入影族,现名裂牙Jaggedtooth),最早登场于《预言开始》。
Sniff [注 16]喷嚏 官方 嗅嗅 泼皮猫,登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Swift [注 17]敏捷 迅猛 泼皮猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Twist [注 18]特威斯特 扭兒 泼皮猫,登场于《三力量》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 bounce(弹)是击中表面后离开。[173]
  2. 2.0 2.1 bumble(踉跄)是指结结巴巴地讲话、笨手笨脚地走。[174]
  3. 3.0 3.1 chirp(啁啾)是(特指鸟的)短高音。[175]
  4. 4.0 4.1 dart(疾冲)是移动地非常快速或突然。[177]
  5. 5.0 5.1 dash(冲刺)是快速的前往某处;[176]亦可作为男性名
  6. 6.0 6.1 dodge(闪避)是快速到移动一侧以躲避攻击。[178]
  7. 7.0 7.1 echo(回声)是声音在墙或山谷间反射回荡;[179]亦可作为中性名
  8. 8.0 8.1 flick(轻弹)是一个短而突然的动作移动或打击东西。[180]
  9. 9.0 9.1 flutter(振翅)是不稳的飞着;或快速而轻盈的拍动翅膀。[181]
  10. 10.0 10.1 frisk(撒欢)是快乐又有活力的移动。[182]
  11. 11.0 11.1 hoot(猫头鹰啼)是发出短而响亮的声音;也可以指猫头鹰叫声。[183]
  12. 12.0 12.1 jump(跳)是用腿将自己推离地面并在空中移动。[184]
  13. 13.0 13.1 pounce(扑)是为了抓住某个东西而跳跃或快速移动。[185]
  14. 14.0 14.1 slash(劈)是用利器强而快速地切开,亦可以指又长又深的伤口;[186]亦可作为中性名
  15. 15.0 15.1 snag(钩破)是用尖锐的物体抓住并撕裂东西。[187]
  16. 16.0 16.1 sniff(嗅)是透过将空气吸入鼻子来闻东西。[188]
  17. 17.0 17.1 swift(敏捷)是在很短的时间内发生,或移动快速,特别是其过程平滑又简单时。[189]
  18. 18.0 18.1 twist(扭)是从原本的形状被弯到改变或破坏。[190]

抽象

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说明
Arc [注 1]弓弧 弧光 公园猫,登场于《族群黎明》。
Fierce [注 2]姬烈 暂译 姬烈 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Fury [注 3]怫怒 暂译 怫怒 暂译 原血族猫,登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Max [注 4]麦克斯 麥斯 宠物猫,登场于《鹰翅的旅程》。
Max [注 4]麦克斯 麥斯 至亲成员,原宠物猫,登场于《暗影幻象》。
Merry [注 5]梅丽 瑪莉 独行猫,最早登场于《三力量》。
Pipsqueak [注 6]捣蛋鬼 暂译 搗蛋鬼 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Rascal [注 7]杂鱼 暂译 小不點 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Scowl [注 8]怒容 暂译 斯高 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Rusty [注 9]拉斯特 羅斯提 雷族猫,原宠物猫,现名火星Firestar),最早登场于《预言开始》。
Scourge [注 10]长鞭 鞭子 血族猫,原宠物猫,旧名小不点Tiny),最早登场于《预言开始》。
Shorty [注 11]短尾 矮子 泼皮猫,登场于《火星的探索》。
Victor [注 12]维克多 維特 宠物猫,登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 arc(弧)是圆形的一部分,或者一个弯曲的线。[191]
  2. 2.0 2.1 fierce(激烈)是暴力和打斗。[193]
  3. 3.0 3.1 fury(暴怒)是极度愤怒。[192]
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 max是maximum(最大值)的非正式简写,通常和数量一同使用;[194]亦可作男性名
  5. 5.0 5.1 merry(愉快)是快乐或兴高采烈的;[195]亦可作为女性名
  6. 6.0 6.1 pipsqueak(无名小卒)是不重要而且无需尊重的存在。[196]
  7. 7.0 7.1 rascal(捣蛋鬼)特指孩子或男人,做出了让你不同意的事,但你依旧喜欢。[197]
  8. 8.0 8.1 scowl(怒目瞪视)是以非常恼火的表情看着某人或某物。[198]
  9. 9.0 9.1 rusty(生锈)是指金属覆满锈蚀,或技术不如以往;[199]亦可作为中性名
  10. 10.0 10.1 scourge(灾难)是造成痛苦或麻烦的事物。[200]
  11. 11.0 11.1 shorty(矮子)是很矮的人。[201]
  12. 12.0 12.1 victor(胜利者)是在游戏、竞争、选举、战争等获胜的一方;[202]亦可作为男性名

两脚兽相关

创造物

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说明
Bacon [注 1]培根 暂译 培根 暂译 宠物猫,登场于《破灭守则》。
Blade [注 2]布雷德 暂译 布雷德 暂译 宠物猫,登场于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Boots [注 3]靴子 暂译 靴子 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Brick [注 4]砖头 紅磚 血族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《长鞭崛起》。
Brownie [注 5]布兰妮 布朗妮 非官 泼皮猫,原宠物猫,现名莎夏Sasha),最早登场于《新预言》。
Cheddar [注 6]切达 暂译 巧達 暂译 宠物猫,登场于《破灭守则》。
Diesel [注 7]迪苏 迪佐 独行猫/宠物猫,住在加油站,登场于《灰条历险记》。
Domino [注 8]多米诺 面具 独行猫,提及于《钩星的承诺》。
Duke [注 9]伯爵 公爵 宠物猫,登场于《灰条历险记》。
Gremlin [注 10]小魔怪 暂译 格瑞姆林 暂译 宠物猫,曾加入血族,登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Hussar [注 11]虎萨 胡撒 独行猫,原宠物猫,最早登场于《三力量》。
Jester [注 12]小丑 傑斯特 独行猫,提及于《三力量》。
Jigsaw [注 13]锯子 七巧板 宠物猫,登场于《星预言》。
Macgyver [注 14]麦吉弗 馬蓋先 天族猫,原宠物猫,最早登场于《天族外传》。
Marmalade [注 15]马默拉德 橘子醬 独行猫/宠物猫,最早登场于《黄牙的秘密》。
Mittens [注 16]手套 暂译 手套 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Pancake [注 17]煎饼 暂译 煎餅 暂译 宠物猫,提及于《破灭守则》。
Pickle [注 18]皮寇 暂译 酸黃瓜 宠物猫,登场于《鸦羽的拷问》。
Piper [注 19]派佩 風笛 独行猫,登场于《钩星的承诺》。
Pixie [注 20]皮克斯 琵希 独行猫/宠物猫,最早登场于《黄牙的秘密》。
Princess [注 21]公主 公主 宠物猫,最早登场于《预言开始》。
Scrap [注 22]残羹 暂译 史卡瑞普 泼皮猫,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Scraps [注 22]残羹 暂译 史卡瑞普斯 暂译 血族猫,原宠物猫,登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Socks [注 23]短袜 短襪 非官 独行猫,原宠物猫,登场于《长鞭崛起》。
Skipper [注 24]斯基普 史魁奇 泼皮猫,最早登场于《天族外传》。
Spire [注 25]塔尖 暂译 尖塔 独行猫,原守护者成员,现名塔尖兆Spiresight),最早登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Tom-Tom[注 26] [注 27]公公 暂译 公公 暂译 宠物猫,登场于《黛西的至亲》。
Velvet [注 28]绒毛 絲絨 宠物猫,登场于《天族外传》。
Velvet [注 28]绒毛 絲絨 宠物猫,登场于《暗影幻象》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 bacon(培根)是来自猪的背部或身侧的肉,通常切成薄片食用。[204]
  2. 2.0 2.1 blade(刀)是刀或类似武器及工具的扁平部分,拥有能够用于切割的边缘;[205]亦可作男性名
  3. 3.0 3.1 boot(靴)是一种覆盖整只脚和小腿的鞋子。[206]
  4. 4.0 4.1 brick(砖)是一块长方形的坚固物质,通常用来建造墙壁和房子;[208]亦可作男性名
  5. 5.0 5.1 brownie(布朗尼)是一种小块的方形巧克力蛋糕,通常含有坚果。[207]
  6. 6.0 6.1 cheddar(切达)是一种硬牛奶起司,原产于南英格兰。[209]
  7. 7.0 7.1 diesel(柴油)是一种通常作为燃料的重油;[210]亦可作男性名
  8. 8.0 8.1 domino(多米诺骨牌)是一种用于游戏、带点的小方块。[211]
  9. 9.0 9.1 duke(公爵)是一个在国家中地位很高的人,或指一个独立小国的统治者;[212]亦可作男性名
  10. 10.0 10.1 gremlin(小魔怪)是一种喜欢钻入物体(尤其是机械)的幻想生物,并使其停止运作。[213]
  11. 11.0 11.1 hussar(骠骑兵)是十五到十六世纪的匈牙利轻骑兵。[214]
  12. 12.0 12.1 jester(弄臣)是古代宫廷廷中指与君主亲近,以插科打诨来为君主消烦解闷的臣子。[215]
  13. 13.0 13.1 jigsaw(拼图)是一种将图片嵌入木头或卡版,并切成数个不同形状的碎块后,将之正确地还原的游戏;亦可指(线锯)一种拥有细金属刀片的电动工具,多用来在木头或金属等平面上切割曲线。[216]
  14. 14.0 14.1 Macgyver是取自1985年开始的同名美国电视连续剧。[217]
  15. 15.0 15.1 marmalade(橘子酱)是一种田中带点苦味的柔软化合物,由煮过的水果(如柑橘)加糖制成。通常用于在早餐时来涂抹在面包上。[218]
  16. 16.0 16.1 mitten(连指手套)是一种的一部分包覆所有手指,另一部分包覆拇指的手套。[219]
  17. 17.0 17.1 pancake(薄煎饼)是一种薄而平的圆饼,由面粉、牛奶、和蛋的混合物所制成。[220]
  18. 18.0 18.1 pickle(腌菜/酸黄瓜)是蔬果/黄瓜以醋或盐水保存。[221]
  19. 19.0 19.1 piper(吹笛手)是吹奏管子或风笛的人;[222]亦可作中性名
  20. 20.0 20.1 pixie(小精灵)是一种幻想中的小人,尤指出现在童话故事中的存在;[223]亦可作女性名
  21. 21.0 21.1 princess(公主)是皇家的重要女性,特别是国王或皇后的女儿或孙女,或指王子的妻子;[224]亦可作女性名
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 scrap(废料)是废弃的旧车或机器或金属片等所拆解以重新利用的零部件;亦可指(残羹剩饭)吃剩丢弃的小块食物。[225]
  23. 23.0 23.1 socks(短袜)是用柔软物质制成的衣物,用来覆盖脚的下半部。[226]
  24. 24.0 24.1 skipper(船长/队长/机长)是船舰、体育队或航空器的指挥;[227]亦可作男性名
  25. 25.0 25.1 spire(尖塔)是一个建筑上又高又尖的结构,尤其是指教堂塔的顶端。[228]
  26. “tom”有“公猫”之意,书中亦曾玩过相关的双关梗。[203]
  27. 27.0 27.1 tom-tom(手鼓)是一种通常用手敲击的鼓。[229]
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 velvet(丝绒)是一用丝或棉花制成布料,表面厚重而柔软;[230]亦可作女性名

男性名

A-M

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说明
Ajax [注 1]埃阿斯 暂译 艾杰克斯 宠物猫,最早登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Algernon [注 2]阿尔杰农 阿傑倫 泼皮猫,原宠物猫,登场于《高星的复仇》。
Benny [注 3]本尼 班尼 宠物猫,登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
Birch [注 4]
Blade [注 5]
Bob [注 6]鲍勃 包伯 宠物猫,登场于《暗影幻象》。
Boris [注 7]鲍里斯 伯里斯 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名雀毛Sparrowpelt),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Brick [注 8]
Buster [注 9]巴斯特 巴斯特 宠物猫,原影族猫,旧名涟漪尾Rippletail),最早登场于《暗影幻象》。
Chester [注 10]切斯特 暂译 查斯特 暂译 武士族成员,宠物猫,登场于《灰条的誓言》。
Cody [注 11]柯蒂 柯蒂 宠物猫,登场于《新预言》。
Fox [注 12]
Dash [注 13]
Diesel [注 14]
Duke [注 15]
Ferris [注 16]菲瑞斯 暂译 菲瑞斯 宠物猫,提及于《松星的抉择》。
Fritz [注 17]弗利兹 費里茲 独行猫,最早登场于《三力量》。
Fritz [注 17]弗利茨 弗里茲 非官 宠物猫,登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Floyd [注 18]弗洛伊德 暂译 佛洛伊德 泼皮猫,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Hal [注 19]哈尔 霍爾 非官 宠物猫,登场于《黄牙的秘密》。
Harley [注 20]哈雷、哈利 哈利 泼皮猫,最早登场于《天族外传》。
Harry [注 21]哈利、哈里 哈利 泼皮猫,原宠物猫,现名日神Sol),最早登场于《三力量》。
Harvey [注 22]哈维 非官 哈維 非官 宠物猫,曾加入天族,现名哈维月Harveymoon),最早登场于《天族外传》。
Henry [注 23]亨利 亨利 宠物猫,最早登场于《预言开始》。
Hutch [注 24]哈奇 赫奇 宠物猫,曾加入天族,旧名短须Shortwhisker),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Ice [注 25]
Jack [注 26]杰科 暂译 傑科 暂译 宠物猫,提及于《松鼠飞的希望》。
Jacques [注 27]雅克 雅克 宠物猫,最早登场于《新预言》。
Jake [注 28]杰克 傑克 宠物猫,最早登场于《蓝星的预言》。
Jasper [注 29]贾斯帕 賈斯柏 宠物猫,登场于《暗影幻象》。
Jay [注 30]
Loki [注 31]罗基 洛基 宠物猫,曾加入至亲,登场于《暗影幻象》。
Max [注 32]
Micah [注 33]迈卡 彌迦 天族猫,原泼皮猫,最早登场于《蛾飞的幻象》。
Milo [注 31]米洛 暂译 米洛 暂译 宠物猫,登场于《卵石光的幼崽》。
Moss [注 34]
Mowgli [注 35]莫格利 暂译 莫格利 影族猫,原泼皮猫,现名夜语Nightwhisper),最早登场于《族群的战争》。
Myler [注 31]迈勒 暂译 麥勒 宠物猫,登场于《枫荫的复仇》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 Ajax源自希腊语,意为“大地的”。[231]
  2. 2.0 2.1 Algernon源自英语,意为“有八字胡”。[232]
  3. 3.0 3.1 Benny源自希伯来语,意为“右手之子”;Benjamin的爱称。[233]
  4. 4.0 4.1 Birch源自英语,意为“桦树”。[234]
  5. 5.0 5.1 Blade源自英语,意为“刀、剑”。[235]
  6. 6.0 6.1 Bob源自英语,Robert的爱称。[236]
  7. 7.0 7.1 Boris源自斯拉夫语,意为“打斗、战争”。[237]
  8. 8.0 8.1 Brick源自英语,意为“好人或石匠”。[238]
  9. 9.0 9.1 Buster源自美国,意为“硬汉”。[239]
  10. 10.0 10.1 Chester源自英语,意为“堡垒、营地”;Rochester的缩写。[240]
  11. 11.0 11.1 Cody源自爱尔兰盖特语,意为“帮助的”。[241]
  12. 12.0 12.1 Fox源自英语,意为“犬科的野生动物”。[247]
  13. 13.0 13.1 Dash源自英语,意为“来自灰烬”;Dashiell的昵称。[242]
  14. 14.0 14.1 Diesel源自德语;Matthias或Dietrich的爱称。[243]
  15. 15.0 15.1 Duke源自英语,意为“贵族的称号”。[244]
  16. 16.0 16.1 Ferris源自英语,意为“来自法国的费里耶尔(Ferrières)”。[245]
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Fritz源自德语,意为“和平统治者”。[248]
  18. 18.0 18.1 Floyd源自英语,意为“灰色”。[246]
  19. 19.0 19.1 Hal源自英语,意为“军队领导者”。[249]
  20. 20.0 20.1 Harley源自英语,意为“来自野兔的树林”。[250]
  21. 21.0 21.1 Harry源自英语,意为“军队领导者”。[251]
  22. 22.0 22.1 Harvey源自法语,意为“战斗战士”。[252]
  23. 23.0 23.1 Henry源自德语,意为“家的统治者”。[253]
  24. 24.0 24.1 Hutch源自英语;Hutchinson的爱称。[254]
  25. 25.0 25.1 Ice源自美国,意为“冰冻的水”。[255]
  26. 26.0 26.1 Jack源自英语,意为“神的慈悲”。[256]
  27. 27.0 27.1 Jacques源自法语,意为“取代”。[257]
  28. 28.0 28.1 Jake源自希伯来语,意为“取代”。[258]
  29. 29.0 29.1 Jasper源自英语,意为“会计”。[259]
  30. 30.0 30.1 Jay源自拉丁语,意为“鸦科鸟类”。[260]
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 31.3 Loki源自斯堪的纳维亚语,意为“骗子之神”。[261]
  32. 32.0 32.1 Max源自拉丁语,意为“最大的”;Maximillian或Maxwell的缩写。[262]
  33. 33.0 33.1 Micah源自希伯来语,意为“谁如上帝?”;犹太教中的一个先知。[263]
  34. 34.0 34.1 Moss源自英语,意为“生产之神”。[265]
  35. 35.0 35.1 Mowgli源自英语,来自约瑟夫·鲁德亚德·吉卜林Joseph Rudyard Kipling)的著作《丛林奇谭The Jungle Book)》的故事之一的主人公——森林之子“毛克利”。[266]
  36. Milo源自英语,意为“士兵”;Miles的另一种写法。[264]
  37. Myler源自英语;Miller的变体。[267]

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Oliver [注 1]奥利弗 非官 奧利弗 非官 宠物猫,云尾的父亲,提及于“官网家谱树”。
Oscar [注 2]奥斯卡 奧斯卡 宠物猫,最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Patch [注 3]
Percy [注 4]珀西 培西 泼皮猫,最早登场于《天族外传》。
Rock [注 5]
Skipper [注 6]
Slate [注 7]
Stone [注 8]
Tom[注 9] [注 10]汤姆 湯姆 晴天营地成员,原宠物猫,最早登场于《族群黎明》。
Tommy [注 11]托米 非官 湯米 非官 宠物猫,火星和公主的同窝手足,提及于“官网家谱树”。
Tyr [注 12]泰尔 暂译 提爾 宠物猫,登场于《松星的抉择》。
Victor [注 13]
Willie [注 14]威利 威利 泼皮猫,原血族猫,登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Woody [注 15]
Zack [注 16]扎克 非官 扎克 非官 宠物猫,云尾的同窝手足,提及于“官网家谱树”。
Ziggy [注 17]兹奇 吉基 宠物猫,登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 Oliver源自英语,和普遍的看法相反,Oliver和橄榄(Olive)无关,而是源自旧北欧语Áleifr,意为“祖先的后代”。[268]
  2. 2.0 2.1 Oscar源自爱尔兰语,意为“爱鹿者”。[269]
  3. 3.0 3.1 Patch源自美国,意为“贵族”;Patrick的爱称。[270]
  4. 4.0 4.1 percy源自法国,意为“刺穿山谷”;Percival的爱称。[271]
  5. 5.0 5.1 Rock源自英语,意为“岩石”。[272]
  6. 6.0 6.1 Skipper源自英语,意为“船的指挥或专家”。[273]
  7. 7.0 7.1 Slate源自英语,意为“灰绿色石头”。[274]
  8. 8.0 8.1 Stone源自英语,意为“岩或石的住民”。[275]
  9. “tom”有“公猫”之意,书中亦曾玩过相关的双关梗。[203]
  10. 10.0 10.1 Tom源自希腊语;Thomas的简称。[276]
  11. 11.0 11.1 Tommy源自英语,意为“一对双子”;Thomas的爱称。[277]
  12. 12.0 12.1 Tyr源自斯堪的纳维亚语,意为“战斗”。[278]
  13. 13.0 13.1 Victor源自拉丁语,意为“胜利者、征服者”。[279]
  14. 14.0 14.1 Willie源自德语,意为“有镀金头盔”。[280]
  15. 15.0 15.1 Woody源自美国,意为“来自林间小道”;Woodrow的爱称。[281]
  16. 16.0 16.1 Zack源自希伯来语;Zachary的爱称。[282]
  17. 17.0 17.1 Ziggy源自德语;Sigmund的爱称。[283]

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Bella [注 1]贝拉 貝拉 宠物猫,最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Bella [注 1]贝拉 貝拉 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名贝拉叶Bellaleaf),最早登场于《乌爪的告别》。
Bess [注 2]贝丝 貝絲 泼皮猫,原宠物猫,登场于《高星的复仇》。
Betsy [注 3]贝琪 貝琪 宠物猫,登场于《鹰翅的旅程》。
Birdy [注 4]布瑞迪 小鳥 宠物猫,原独行猫,登场于《灰条历险记》。
blossom [注 5]
Brandy [注 6]布兰迪 布蘭迪 宠物猫,提及于《黑莓星的风暴》。
Cherry [注 7]
cinnamon [注 8]
Coco [注 9]可可 暂译 可可 暂译 宠物猫,登场于《卵石光的幼崽》。
Coco [注 9]可可 暂译 可可 暂译 宠物猫,提及于《黛西的至亲》。
Cora [注 10]科拉 柯拉 泼皮猫,最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Crystal [注 11]
Daffodil [注 12]
Daisy [注 13]
Dawn [注 14]
Dotty [注 15]阿痴 暂译 點點 守护者成员,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Hazel [注 16]
Fang [注 17]
Feather [注 18]
Fern [注 19]
Flossie [注 20]弗洛西 芙洛西 天族猫,曾当过宠物猫,现名鸟翼Birdwing),最早登场于《天族与陌生者》。
Flora [注 21]
Flower [注 22]
Hattie [注 23]哈蒂 海蒂 宠物猫,登场于《火星的探索》。
Jessamy [注 24]杰萨米 非官 傑薩米 非官 泼皮猫,原宠物猫,锐掌的母亲,提及于“猫武士移动应用”。
Lily [注 25]
Livy [注 26]莉薇 非官 莉薇 非官 独行猫,原宠物猫,云尾的同窝手足,提及于“官网家谱树”。
Lulu [注 27]露露 暂译 露露 宠物猫,登场于《乌爪的告别》。
Luna [注 28]露娜 非官 露娜 非官 宠物猫,火星和公主的同窝手足,提及于“官网家谱树”。
Mae [注 29]暂译 泼皮猫,登场于《虎心的阴影》。
Marigold [注 30]
Merry [注 31]
Mille [注 32]米莉 蜜妮 雷族猫,原宠物猫,最早登场于《三力量》。
Minty [注 33]
Mist [注 34]
Misty [注 35]
Mitzi [注 36]米兹 米兹 宠物猫,登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
Mitzi [注 36]米茨 蜜兹 独行猫,登场于《钩星的承诺》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Bella源自意大利语,意为“漂亮,我对上帝发誓”。[284]
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bess源自英语,意为“我对上帝发誓”;Elizabeth的爱称。[285]
  3. 3.0 3.1 Betsy源自英语,意为“我对上帝发誓”;Elizabeth的爱称。[286]
  4. 4.0 4.1 Birdy源自美国;Bertha或Alberta的缩写。[287]
  5. 5.0 5.1 Blossom源自英语,意为“花、开花”。[288]
  6. 6.0 6.1 Brandy源自美国,意为“白兰地”。[289]
  7. 7.0 7.1 Cherry源自美国,意为“樱桃”。[290]
  8. 8.0 8.1 Cinnamon源自美国,意为“香料”。[291]
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Coco源自美国,意为“巧克力豆”。[292]
  10. 10.0 10.1 Cora源自希腊语,意为“心、少女”。[293]
  11. 11.0 11.1 Crystal源自拉丁语,意为“大地矿物、明亮玻璃”。[294]
  12. 12.0 12.1 Daffodil源自英语,意为“黄花”。[295]
  13. 13.0 13.1 Daisy源自美国,意为“雏菊花”。[296]
  14. 14.0 14.1 Dawn源自英语,意为“日升”。[297]
  15. 15.0 15.1 Dotty源自希腊语,意为“神的礼物”;Dorothy的昵称。[298]
  16. 16.0 16.1 Hazel源自美国,意为“榛树”。[306]
  17. 17.0 17.1 Fang源自汉语,意为“香气或犬的牙齿”。[299]
  18. 18.0 18.1 Feather源自美国,意为“鸟的体毛”。[300]
  19. 19.0 19.1 Fern源自英语,意为“蕨”。[301]
  20. 20.0 20.1 Flossie源自英语,意为“茁壮成长、蓬勃发展”。[302]
  21. 21.0 21.1 Flora源自拉丁语,意为“花”。[303]
  22. 22.0 22.1 Flower源自英语,意为“花”。[304]
  23. 23.0 23.1 Hattie源自美国,意为“家的统治者”。[305]
  24. 24.0 24.1 Jessamy源自英语,意为“茉莉花”。[307]
  25. 25.0 25.1 Lily源自英语,意为“百合花”。[308]
  26. 26.0 26.1 Livy源自拉丁语,意为“蓝色、羡慕、橄榄树”;Olivia的爱称。[309]
  27. 27.0 27.1 Lulu源自英语,意为“著名战士”;Louise的爱称;在阿拉伯语中意为“珍珠”。[310]
  28. 28.0 28.1 Luna源自意大利语,意为“月亮”。[311]
  29. 29.0 29.1 Mae源自英语,意为“五月”。[312]
  30. 30.0 30.1 Marigold源自英语,意为“黄花”。[313]
  31. 31.0 31.1 Merry源自英语,意为“高兴、快乐”。[314]
  32. 32.0 32.1 Millie源自英语;Mildred或Millicent的爱称。[315]
  33. 33.0 33.1 Minty源自英语;Aminta或Araminta的爱称。[316]
  34. 34.0 34.1 Mist源自英语,意为“水的粒子”。[317]
  35. 35.0 35.1 Misty源自英语,意为“被雾、露覆盖”。[318]
  36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 Mitzi源自德语,意为“神之母玛丽亚”。[319]

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Nami [注 1]娜米 非官 娜米 非官 宠物猫,云尾的同窝手足,提及于“官网家谱树”。
Olive [注 2]
Pepper [注 3]
Petunia [注 4]
Pixie [注 5]
Polly [注 6]波利 波利 宠物猫,提及于《黑莓星的风暴》。
Princess [注 7]
Reena [注 8]里娜 雷娜 泼皮猫,登场于《高星的复仇》。
Reena [注 8]里娜 雷娜 宠物猫,提及于《高星的复仇》。
Rose [注 9]
Ruby [注 10]
Scarlet [注 11]
Shanty [注 12]珊蒂 暂译 香緹 宠物猫,登场于《松星的抉择》。
Snow [注 13]
Sunshine [注 14]
Susan [注 15]苏珊 蘇珊 宠物猫,最早登场于《新预言》。
Suzy [注 16]苏西 苏西 泼皮猫,最早登场于《鹰翅的旅程》。
Tansy [注 17]
Tess [注 18]苔丝 泰絲 泼皮猫,原血族猫,最早登场于《乌爪的旅程》。
velvet [注 19]
Violet [注 20]
Wind [注 21]
Zelda [注 22]赛尔达 塞爾達 宠物猫,曾加入至亲,登场于《暗影幻象》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 Nami源自日语,意为“漂亮、红苹果、波浪”。[320]
  2. 2.0 2.1 Olive源自英语,意为“橄榄”。[321]
  3. 3.0 3.1 Pepper源自美国,意为“辣香料”。[322]
  4. 4.0 4.1 Petunia源自英语,意为“花”。[323]
  5. 5.0 5.1 Pixie源自爱尔兰语,意为“妖精”。[324]
  6. 6.0 6.1 Polly源自英语,意为“极度悲伤”。[325]
  7. 7.0 7.1 Princess源自英语,意为“皇家女儿”。[326]
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Rena源自希伯来语,意为“快乐”;变体包含Reena。[327]
  9. 9.0 9.1 Rose源自英语,意为“玫瑰”。[328]
  10. 10.0 10.1 Ruby源自英语,意为“红色宝石”。[329]
  11. 11.0 11.1 Scarlett源自英语,意为“红”;变体包含Scarlet、Scarlette。[330]
  12. 12.0 12.1 Shanty源自英语;Charity的变体。[331]
  13. 13.0 13.1 Snow源自英语,意为“冻雨、浅色头发”。[332]
  14. 14.0 14.1 Sunshine源自英语,意为“阳光”。[333]
  15. 15.0 15.1 Susan源自希伯来语,意为“百合”。[334]
  16. 16.0 16.1 Suzy源自希伯来语,意为“百合”;Susan的变体,英语Susannah的缩写。[335]
  17. 17.0 17.1 Tansy源自英语,意为“花”。[336]
  18. 18.0 18.1 Tess源自英语,意为“收割者”;Theresa的爱称。[337]
  19. 19.0 19.1 Velvet源自美国,意为“软织物”。[338]
  20. 20.0 20.1 Violet源自英语,意为“紫蓝色的花”。[339]
  21. 21.0 21.1 Wind源自美国,意为“移动的空气”。[340]
  22. 22.0 22.1 Zelda源自德语,意为“灰色战斗、强壮的女人”。[341]

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Berry [注 1]
Billy [注 2]比利 比利 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名比利风Billystorm),最早登场于《天族外传》。
Blaze [注 3]
Bracken [注 4]
Cloud [注 5]
Coriander [注 6]
Clover [注 7]
Cricket [注 8]
Echo [注 9]
Ember [注 10]
Filou [注 11]菲洛 非官 菲洛 非官 宠物猫,火星和公主的同窝手足,提及于“官网家谱树”。
Frankie [注 12]法蘭奇 弗兰基 雷族猫,原宠物猫,现名暴云Stormcloud),最早登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
Frost [注 13]
Hawk [注 14]
Holly [注 15]
Jessy [注 16]杰茜 傑西 原宠物猫,登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
Juniper [注 17]
Mint [注 18]
Misha [注 19]米莎 米夏 泼皮猫,登场于《鹰翅的旅程》。
Moon [注 20]
  1. 1.0 1.1 Berry源自英语,意为“小水果”。[342]
  2. 2.0 2.1 Billy源自英语;William的爱称。[343]
  3. 3.0 3.1 Blaze源自英语,意为“火焰”。[344]
  4. 4.0 4.1 Bracken源自英语,意为“蕨”。[345]
  5. 5.0 5.1 Cloud源自美国,意为“可见蒸气,星云”。[346]
  6. 6.0 6.1 Coriander源自希腊语,意为“浪漫、香料”。[347]
  7. 7.0 7.1 Clover源自英语,意为“草甸花”。[348]
  8. 8.0 8.1 Cricket源自美国,意为“夜晚的大声昆虫”。[349]
  9. 9.0 9.1 Echo源自希腊语,意指“回荡的声音”。[350]
  10. 10.0 10.1 Ember源自英语,意指“火花、低烧”。[351]
  11. 11.0 11.1 Filou可能源自希腊语,意指“爱”;也可能源自法语,意指“骗子”。[352]
  12. 12.0 12.1 Frankie源自美国,意为“自由或真实”。[353]
  13. 13.0 13.1 Frost源自英语,意为“冰冻的水”。[354]
  14. 14.0 14.1 Hawk源自英语,意指“似鸟的”。[355]
  15. 15.0 15.1 Holly源自英语,意指“红莓的植物”。[356]
  16. 16.0 16.1 Jessy源自希伯来语,意指“神的礼物”。[357]
  17. 17.0 17.1 Juniper源自拉丁语,意为“杜松莓”。[358]
  18. 18.0 18.1 Mint源自拉丁语,意为“薄荷药草”。[359]
  19. 19.0 19.1 Misha源自俄语,意为“谁如上帝?”;Michael的爱称,仅在俄国作为男性名使用。[360]
  20. 20.0 20.1 Moon源自英语,意为“来自月亮”。[361]

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Night [注 1]
O'Hara [注 2]奥哈拉 歐哈拉 宠物猫,登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
Pasha [注 3]帕夏 暂译 帕夏 宠物猫,提及于《乌爪的告别》。
Peanut [注 4]
Piper [注 5]
Rain [注 6]
Raven [注 7]
Red [注 8]
Reed [注 9]
Riga [注 10]里加 里加 宠物猫,登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
Riley [注 11]赖利 萊利 天族猫,原宠物猫,现名赖利池Rileypool),最早登场于《乌爪的告别》。
River [注 12]
Roach [注 13]
Rusty [注 14]
Sage [注 15]
Sasha [注 16]莎夏 莎夏 泼皮猫,原宠物猫,最早登场于《新预言》。
Seville [注 17]塞维尔 塞維爾 宠物猫,登场于《星预言》。
Shadow [注 18]
Shine [注 19]
Sky [注 20]
Slash [注 21]
Sol [注 22]日神、索尔 索日 泼皮猫,原宠物猫,旧名哈利Harry),最早登场于《三力量》。
Sparrow [注 23]
Storm [注 24]
Taylor [注 25]泰勒 非官 泰勒 非官 宠物猫,云尾的同窝手足,提及于“官网家谱树”。
Tempest [注 26]
Webster [注 27]韦伯斯特 韋斯特 宠物猫,登场于《黑莓星的风暴》。
Willow [注 28]
  1. 1.0 1.1 Night源自英语,意为“傍晚”。[362]
  2. 2.0 2.1 O'Hara是盎格鲁化的爱尔兰名“Ó hEaghra”。[363]
  3. 3.0 3.1 Pasha源自俄语,意为“小”;Pavel的爱称。[364]
  4. 4.0 4.1 Peanut源自美国,意为“地底坚果荚果”。[365]
  5. 5.0 5.1 Piper源自英语,意为“笛子演奏者”。[366]
  6. 6.0 6.1 Rain源自美国,意为“来自上方的丰富祝福”。[367]
  7. 7.0 7.1 Raven源自英语,意为“黑鸟”。[368]
  8. 8.0 8.1 Red源自英语,意为“红发”。[369]
  9. 9.0 9.1 Reed源自英语,意为“芦苇、红发”。[370]
  10. 10.0 10.1 Riga(里加)是拉脱维亚的首都。[371]
  11. 11.0 11.1 Riley源自爱尔兰语,意为“Roghallach的后代”。[372]
  12. 12.0 12.1 River源自英语,意为“汇入海洋的水流”。[373]
  13. 13.0 13.1 Roach源自英语,意为“岩石悬崖”。[374]
  14. 14.0 14.1 Rusty源自美国,意为“红发”。[375]
  15. 15.0 15.1 Sage源自美国,意为“药草或预言家”。[376]
  16. 16.0 16.1 Sasha源自俄语;Alexander的爱称。[377]
  17. 17.0 17.1 Seville(塞维利亚)是一个西班牙的城市(Sevilla)。[378]
  18. 18.0 18.1 Shadow源自英语,意为“太阳之荫”。[379]
  19. 19.0 19.1 Shine源自美国,意为“反射光”。[380]
  20. 20.0 20.1 Sky源自英语,意为“从地上看到的大气”。[381]
  21. 21.0 21.1 Slash源自美国,意为“切割或斜线号”。[382]
  22. 22.0 22.1 Sol源自西班牙语,意为“太阳”。[383]
  23. 23.0 23.1 Sparrow源自英语,意为“雀科的小型鸟类”。[384]
  24. 24.0 24.1 Storm源自美国,意为“一场风暴”。[385]
  25. 25.0 25.1 Taylor源自英语,意为“裁缝”。[387]
  26. 26.0 26.1 Tempest源自英语,意为“大风暴”。[386]
  27. 27.0 27.1 Webster源自英语,意为“编织者”。[388]
  28. 28.0 28.1 Willow源自英语,意为“来自柳林”。[389]

其他

合成名

美国
中国
台湾
说明
Little Mew 小喵 小喵 非官 宠物猫,原独行猫,登场于《灰条历险记》。
Miss Mama Cat 猫妈妈小姐 官方猫太太 貓媽媽小姐 官方小媽媽 天族猫,原独行猫,曾被迫成为宠物猫,现名叶星Leafstar),最早登场于《火星的探索》。
Wee Hen 小母鸡 弱雞 泼皮猫,提及于《高星的旅程》。

意义未知

美国
中国
台湾
说明
Algie 阿杰 非官 阿傑 非官 泼皮猫,原宠物猫,阿尔杰农Algernon)的昵称,登场于《高星的复仇》。
Husker 胡思科 哈斯克 宠物猫,原独行猫,登场于《灰条历险记》。
Jingo [注 1]金戈 晶果 独行猫,原宠物猫,最早登场于《三力量》。
Madric 马德里 暂译 馬德利 宠物猫,登场于《乌爪的告别》。
Purdy 波弟 波弟 雷族猫,原宠物猫/独行猫,最早登场于《新预言》。
Purdy 波弟 波弟 雷族猫,原宠物猫/独行猫,最早登场于《新预言》。
Shunky 史诺奇 史諾奇 非官 宠物猫,登场于《虎星与莎夏》。
Snooky 史努克 史努奇 宠物猫,曾加入天族,现名嗅棘Snookthorn),登场于《天族外传》。
  1. 1.0 1.1 Jingo(极端爱国主义)是指激进好战的爱国者;语源可能是来自对Jesus的委婉称呼。[390]

参考文献

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  1. ant. CambridgeDictionaries. “A very small insect that lives under the ground in large and well-organized social groups.”
  2. bee. CambridgeDictionaries. “A yellow and black flying insect that makes honey and can sting you.”
  3. beetle. CambridgeDictionaries. “A yellow and black flying insect that makes honey and can sting you.”
  4. bug. CambridgeDictionaries. “A very small insectit.”
  5. cricket. CambridgeDictionaries. “A brown or black insect that makes short, loud noises by rubbing its wings together.”
  6. cow. CambridgeDictionaries. “A large female farm animal kept to produce meat and milk.”
  7. dragonfly. CambridgeDictionaries. “A large insect with a long, thin, brightly coloured body and two pairs of transparent wings.”
  8. fox. CambridgeDictionaries. “Like a fox in appearance.”
  9. frog. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small animal that has smooth skin, lives in water and on land, has long powerful back legs with which it jumps from place to place, has no tail, and is usually greenish-brown in colour.”
  10. growler. CambridgeDictionaries. “(US, dialect) A fish of the perch family, abundant in North American rivers, so named from the sound it emits.”
  11. hawk. CambridgeDictionaries. “A type of large bird that catches small birds and animals for food.”
  12. jay. CambridgeDictionaries. “A noisy, brightly coloured bird.”
  13. magpie. CambridgeDictionaries. “A bird with black and white feathers and a long tail.”
  14. minnow. CambridgeDictionaries. “A very small fish found in lakes and rivers.”
  15. mole. CambridgeDictionaries. “a small mammal that is almost blind, has dark fur, and lives in passages that it digs underground.”
  16. monkey. CambridgeDictionaries. “An animal that lives in hot countries, has a long tail, and climbs trees. Monkeys are primates (= the group of animals that are most like humans).”
  17. moth. CambridgeDictionaries. “An insect with wings that is similar to a butterfly, usually flies at night, and is attracted to light.”
  18. mouse. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small mammal with short fur, a pointed face, and a long tail.”
  19. raven. CambridgeDictionaries. “The largest bird in the crow family, with shiny black feathers.”
  20. roach. CambridgeDictionaries. “Informal for cockroach.”
  21. snail. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small creature with a soft, wet body and a round shell, that moves very slowly and often eats garden plants.”
  22. snake. CambridgeDictionaries. “A reptile with a long body and no legs.”
  23. snapper. CambridgeDictionaries. “A fish that lives in warm seas and can be eaten.”
  24. snipe. CambridgeDictionaries. “A bird with a long, straight beak that lives near rivers and marshes (= low land that is wet and sometimes covered with water).”
  25. sparrow. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small, grey-brown bird that is especially common in towns.”
  26. spider. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small creature with eight thin legs that catches insects in a web (= a net made from sticky threads).”
  27. squirrel. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small animal covered in fur with a long tail. Squirrels climb trees and feed on nuts and seeds.”
  28. swallow. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small bird with pointed wings and a tail with two points that flies quickly and catches insects to eat as it flies.”
  29. tadpole. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small, black creature with a large head and long tail that lives in water and develops into a frog or toad.”
  30. toad. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small, brown animal, similar to a frog, that has big eyes and long back legs for swimming and jumping.”
  31. tuna. CambridgeDictionaries. “A large fish that lives in warm seas.”
  32. bone. CambridgeDictionaries. “Any of the hard parts inside a human or animal that make up its frame.”
  33. claw. CambridgeDictionaries. “One of the sharp curved nails at the end of each of the toes of some animals and birds.”
  34. cobweb. CambridgeDictionaries. “A structure like a net of sticky silk threads made by a spider for catching insects.”
  35. egg. CambridgeDictionaries. “The oval object with a hard shell that is produced by female birds, especially chickens, eaten as food.”
  36. fang. CambridgeDictionaries. “A long, sharp tooth.”
  37. feather. CambridgeDictionaries. “One of the many soft, light things that cover a bird's body, consisting of a long, thin, central part with material like hairs along each side.”
  38. floss. CambridgeDictionaries. “A mass of soft, smooth threads especially produced by particular insects and plants.”
  39. fuzz. CambridgeDictionaries. “A covering of short thin soft hairs, or a mass of tightly curled and often untidy hair.”
  40. pad. CambridgeDictionaries. “A piece of soft, thick cloth or rubber, used to protect a part of the body, give shape to something, or clean something.”
  41. scratch. CambridgeDictionaries. “To cut or damage a surface or your skin slightly with or on something sharp or rough; a mark made by scratching..”
  42. whisker. CambridgeDictionaries. “Any of the long, stiff hairs growing on the face of a cat, mouse, or other mammal.”
  43. alder. CambridgeDictionaries. “A tree of the birch family, that usually grows near water.”
  44. yew. CambridgeDictionaries. “A tall plant like grass with long, straight hairs growing from the head of each stem, or the grain from this plant, used for food and for making beer and whisky.”
  45. beech. CambridgeDictionaries. “A tree with a smooth, grey trunk and small nuts, or the wood from this tree.”
  46. birch. CambridgeDictionaries. “A tree with smooth, often white bark (= outer covering) and thin branches.”
  47. bramble. CambridgeDictionaries. “A wild bush with thorns, that produces blackberries.”
  48. bracken. CambridgeDictionaries. “A large fern (= a type of plant) that grows thickly in open areas of countryside, especially on hills, and in woods.”
  49. burr. CambridgeDictionaries. “A very small, round seed container that sticks to clothes and to animals' fur because it is covered in little hooks.”
  50. buttercup. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small, bright yellow wild flower.”
  51. cherry. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small, round, soft red or black fruit with a single hard seed in the middle, or the tree on which the fruit growsr.”
  52. chestnut. CambridgeDictionaries. “A large tree with leaves divided into five parts and large, round nuts.”
  53. cinnamon. CambridgeDictionaries. “The bark (= hard outer covering) of a tropical tree, or a brown powder made from this, used as a spice to give a particular taste to food, especially sweet food.”
  54. clover. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small plant with three round leaves on each stem, often fed to cows.”
  55. cone. CambridgeDictionaries. “The hard oval-shaped fruit of a conifer.”
  56. coriander. CambridgeDictionaries. “A plant whose leaves or seeds are added to food to give a special flavour.”
  57. daffodil. CambridgeDictionaries. “A yellow, bell-shaped flower with a long stem that is commonly seen in the spring.”
  58. daisy. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small flower with white petals and a yellow centre that often grows in grass.”
  59. fern. CambridgeDictionaries. “A green plant with long stems, leaves like feathers, and no flowers.”
  60. fir. CambridgeDictionaries. “A tall evergreen tree (= one that never loses its leaves) that grows in cold countries and has leaves that are like needles.”
  61. gorse. CambridgeDictionaries. “A wild bush with sharp thorns and small, yellow flowers.”
  62. furze. CambridgeDictionaries. “A wild bush with sharp thorns and small, yellow flowers.”
  63. hazel. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small tree that produces nuts that can be eaten.”
  64. holly. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small evergreen tree (= one that never loses its leaves) with shiny, sharp leaves and small, round, red fruit. Holly is often used as a Christmas decoration in Europe and North America.”
  65. honeysuckle. CambridgeDictionaries. “A climbing plant with flowers that smell sweet.”
  66. juniper. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small evergreen bush (= one that never loses its leaves) with sharp leaves and small purple fruits that are used in medicine and in making gin (= a type of strong alcoholic drink).”
  67. lily. CambridgeDictionaries. “Any of various plants with a large, bell-shaped flower on a long stem.”
  68. marigold. CambridgeDictionaries. “A plant with bright yellow or orange flowers.”
  69. Asclepias. wikipedia. “Asclepias is a genus of herbaceous, perennial, flowering plants known as milkweeds, named for their latex, a milky substance containing cardiac glycosides termed cardenolides, exuded where cells are damaged.”
  70. mint. CambridgeDictionaries. “A herb whose leaves have a strong, fresh smell and taste and are used for giving flavour to food.”
  71. minty. CambridgeDictionaries. “Tasting or smelling of mint (= a herb with a strong, fresh flavour)”
  72. moss. CambridgeDictionaries. “A very small, green or yellow plant that grows especially in wet earth or on rocks, walls, and tree trunks.”
  73. nettle. CambridgeDictionaries. “A wild plant with heart-shaped leaves that are covered in hairs that sting (= cause a painful reaction when touched).”
  74. nutmeg. CambridgeDictionaries. “The hard fruit of a tropical tree, or a brown powder made from this, used as a spice to add flavour to food.”
  75. olive. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small bitter green or black fruit that is eaten or used to produce oil, or a Mediterranean tree on which this fruit grows.”
  76. onion. CambridgeDictionaries. “A vegetable with a strong smell and flavour, made up of several layers surrounding each other tightly in a round shape, usually brown or red on the outside and white inside.”
  77. parsnip. CambridgeDictionaries. “A long cream-coloured root of a plant, eaten as a vegetable.”
  78. peanut. CambridgeDictionaries. “An oval-shaped nut that grows underground in pairs inside a thin brown shell.”
  79. pepper. CambridgeDictionaries. “A grey or white powder produced by crushing dry peppercorns, used to give a spicy, hot taste to food; a vegetable that is usually green, red, or yellow, has a rounded shape, and is hollow with seeds in the middle.”
  80. petunia. CambridgeDictionaries. “A garden plant grown for its white, pink, purple, or red bell-shaped flowers.”
  81. pine. CambridgeDictionaries. “An evergreen tree (= one that never loses its leaves) that grows in cooler areas of the world.”
  82. pod. CambridgeDictionaries. “A long, narrow, flat part of some plants, such as beans and peas, that contains the seeds and usually has a thick skin.”
  83. pumpkin. CambridgeDictionaries. “A large, round vegetable with hard, yellow or orange flesh.”
  84. quince. CambridgeDictionaries. “A hard fruit that looks like an apple and has a strong sweet smell.”
  85. reed. CambridgeDictionaries. “(he hollow stem of) Any of various types of tall, stiff plants like grasses growing together in groups near water.”
  86. rose. CambridgeDictionaries. “A garden plant with thorns on its stems and pleasant-smelling flowers, or a flower from this plant.”
  87. sage. CambridgeDictionaries. “A plant whose greyish-green leaves are used as a herb to give flavour to some foods.”
  88. snowdrop. CambridgeDictionaries. “A plant that produces small, white, bell-shaped flowers in the early spring.”
  89. sunflower. CambridgeDictionaries. “A plant, usually having a very tall stem and a single large, round, flat, yellow flower, with many long, thin, narrow petals close together.”
  90. tansy. OxfordDictionaries. “A plant of the daisy family with yellow flat-topped button-like flower heads and aromatic leaves, formerly used in cooking and medicine.”
  91. thistle. CambridgeDictionaries. “A wild plant with sharp points on the leaves and, typically, purple flowerss.”
  92. violet. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small plant with pleasant-smelling purple, blue, or white flowers.”
  93. willow. CambridgeDictionaries. “A tree that grows near water and has long, thin branches that hang down, or wood from this tree.”
  94. yew. CambridgeDictionaries. “An evergreen tree (= one that never loses its leaves) with flat leaves like needles and small, red cones, or the wood from this tree.”
  95. berry. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small, round fruit on particular plants and trees.”
  96. blossom. CambridgeDictionaries. “When a tree or plant blossoms, it produces flowers before producing fruit that can be eaten.”
  97. branch. CambridgeDictionaries. “One of the parts of a tree that grows out from the main trunk and has leaves, flowers, or fruit on it.”
  98. flora. CambridgeDictionaries. “All the plants of a particular place or from a particular time in history.”
  99. flower. CambridgeDictionaries. “The part of a plant that is often brightly coloured and has a pleasant smell, or the type of plant that produces these.”
  100. grass. CambridgeDictionaries. “A low, green plant that grows naturally over a lot of the earth's surface, having groups of very thin leaves that grow close together in large numbers .”
  101. leaf. CambridgeDictionaries. “One of the flat, usually green parts of a plant that are joined at one end to the stem or branch.”
  102. petal. CambridgeDictionaries. “Any of the usually brightly coloured parts that together form most of a flower.”
  103. root. “The part of a plant that grows down into the earth to get water and food and holds the plant firm in the ground.”
  104. splinter. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small, sharp, broken piece of wood, glass, plastic, or similar material.”
  105. stick. CambridgeDictionaries. “A thin piece of wood or other material.”
  106. tree. CambridgeDictionaries. “A tall plant that has a wooden trunk and branches that grow from its upper part.”
  107. twig. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small, thin branch of a tree or bush, especially one removed from the tree or bush and without any leaves.”
  108. woody. CambridgeDictionaries. “Like wood, for example in taste or smell.”
  109. lichen. CambridgeDictionaries. “A grey, green, or yellow plant-like organism that grows on rocks, walls, and trees.”
  110. cloud. CambridgeDictionaries. “A grey or white mass in the sky, made up of very small floating drops of water.”
  111. cloudy. CambridgeDictionaries. “With clouds.”
  112. moon. CambridgeDictionaries. “The round object that moves in the sky around the earth and can be seen at night.”
  113. moonlight. CambridgeDictionaries. “The pale light of the moon.”
  114. sky. “The area above the earth, in which clouds, the sun, etc. can be seen.”
  115. dawn. CambridgeDictionaries. “The period in the day when light from the sun begins to appear in the sky.”
  116. night. CambridgeDictionaries. “The part of every 24-hour period when it is dark because there is very little light from the sun.”
  117. sunrise. CambridgeDictionaries. “The time in the morning when the sun starts to rise in the sky.”
  118. dew. CambridgeDictionaries. “Drops of water that form on the ground and other surfaces outside during the night.”
  119. drizzle. CambridgeDictionaries. “Rain in very small, light drops.”
  120. flurry. CambridgeDictionaries. “A sudden light fall of snow, blown in different directions by the wind.”
  121. fog. CambridgeDictionaries. “A weather condition in which very small drops of water come together to form a thick cloud close to the land or seaocean, making it difficult to see.”
  122. frost. CambridgeDictionaries. “The thin, white layer of ice that forms when the air temperature is below the freezing point of water, especially outside at night.”
  123. ice. CambridgeDictionaries. “Water that has frozen and become solid, or pieces of this.”
  124. icicle. CambridgeDictionaries. “A long pointed stick of ice that is formed when drops of water freeze.”
  125. mist. CambridgeDictionaries. “Thin fog produced by very small drops of water collecting in the air just above an area of ground or water.”
  126. misty. CambridgeDictionaries. “If the weather is misty, there is mist in the air that makes it difficult to see into the distance.”
  127. rain. CambridgeDictionaries. “Drops of water from clouds.”
  128. raindrop. CambridgeDictionaries. “A single drop of rain.”
  129. snow. CambridgeDictionaries. “The small, soft, white pieces of ice that sometimes fall from the sky when it is cold, or the white layer on the ground and other surfaces that it forms.”
  130. snowflake. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small piece of snow that falls from the sky. Snowflakes are sometimes represented as six-sided crystals on Christmas cards, decorations, etc.”
  131. storm. CambridgeDictionaries. “An extreme weather condition with very strong wind, heavy rain, and often thunder and lightning.”
  132. tempest. CambridgeDictionaries. “A violent storm.”
  133. wind. CambridgeDictionaries. “An area of darkness, caused by light being blocked by something.”
  134. blaze. CambridgeDictionaries. “To burn brightly and strongly.”
  135. ember. CambridgeDictionaries. “A piece of wood or coal, etc. that continues to burn after a fire has no more flames.”
  136. flame. CambridgeDictionaries. “A stream of hot, burning gas from something on fire.”
  137. haze. CambridgeDictionaries. “Something such as heat or smoke in the air that makes it less clear, so that it is difficult to see well.”
  138. shadow. CambridgeDictionaries. “An area of darkness, caused by light being blocked by something.”
  139. shine. CambridgeDictionaries. “To move quickly or suddenly.”
  140. smoke. CambridgeDictionaries. “The grey, black, or white mixture of gas and very small pieces of carbon that is produced when something burns.”
  141. smoky. CambridgeDictionaries. “If a place is smoky, there is a lot of smoke in it.”
  142. sunshine. CambridgeDictionaries. “The light and heat that come from the sun.”
  143. thunder. CambridgeDictionaries. “The sudden loud noise that comes from the sky especially during a storm.”
  144. creek. CambridgeDictionaries. “A stream or narrow river.”
  145. earth. CambridgeDictionaries. “The land surface of the world rather than the sky or sea; The usually brown, heavy and loose substance of which a large part of the surface of the ground is made, and in which plants can grow.”
  146. ripple. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small wave on the surface of water.”
  147. river. CambridgeDictionaries. “A natural wide flow of fresh water across the land into the sea, a lake, or another river.”
  148. stream. CambridgeDictionaries. “Water that flows naturally along a fixed route formed by a channel cut into rock or ground, usually at ground level.”
  149. boulder. CambridgeDictionaries. “A very large rock.”
  150. cinder. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small piece of partly burned coal or wood.”
  151. coal. CambridgeDictionaries. “A hard, black substance that is dug from the earth in pieces, and can be burned to produce heat or power, or a single piece of this.”
  152. crystal. CambridgeDictionaries. “Clear, transparent rock that is used in jewellery, or a piece of this.”
  153. jet. CambridgeDictionaries. “A hard, black stone that shines when it is rubbed and is used to make jewellery and other decorative objects.”
  154. mud. CambridgeDictionaries. “Earth that has been mixed with water.”
  155. rock. CambridgeDictionaries. “The dry solid part of the earth's surface, or any large piece of this that sticks up out of the ground or the sea.”
  156. ruby. CambridgeDictionaries. “A transparent, dark red precious stone, often used in jewellery.”
  157. scree. CambridgeDictionaries. “Large, loose broken stones on the side of a mountain, or an area covered with stones like this.”
  158. silt. CambridgeDictionaries. “Sand or soil that is carried along by flowing water and then dropped, especially at a bend in a river or at a river's opening.”
  159. slate. CambridgeDictionaries. “A dark grey rock that can be easily divided into thin pieces, or a small, thin piece of this used to cover a roof.”
  160. soot. CambridgeDictionaries. “If you snag something, it becomes caught on a sharp object and tears.”
  161. stone. CambridgeDictionaries. “The hard, solid substance found in the ground that is often used for building, or a piece of this.”
  162. fleck. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small mark or spot.”
  163. patch. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small area that is different in some way from the area that surrounds it.”
  164. smudge. CambridgeDictionaries. “A mark with no particular shape that is caused, usually by accident, by rubbing something such as ink or a dirty finger across a surface.”
  165. speckle. CambridgeDictionaries. “A very small mark of a different colour from the area around it, usually found with a large number of other marks of the same type.”
  166. splash. CambridgeDictionaries. “(Of a liquid) fall or be scattered in irregular drops.”
  167. streak. CambridgeDictionaries. “A long, thin mark that is easily noticed because it is very different from the area surrounding it.”
  168. [http://dictionary.cambridge.org/zht/%E8%A9%9E%E5%85%B8/%E8%8B%B1%E8%AA%9E- %E6%BC%A2%E8%AA%9E-%E7%B0%A1%E9%AB%94/stripe stripe]. CambridgeDictionaries. “A strip on the surface of something that is a different colour from the surrounding surface.”
  169. red. CambridgeDictionaries. “Of the colour of fresh blood.”
  170. scarlet. CambridgeDictionaries. “Bright red.”
  171. tangle. CambridgeDictionaries. “An untidy mass of things that are not in a state of order, or a state of confusion or difficulty.”
  172. tiny. CambridgeDictionaries. “Extremely small.”
  173. bounce. CambridgeDictionaries. “To (cause to) move up or away after hitting a surface.”
  174. bumble. CambridgeDictionaries. “To speak or move in a confused way.”
  175. chirp. CambridgeDictionaries. “(Especially of a bird) to make a short high sound or sounds.”
  176. dash. CambridgeDictionaries. “To go somewhere quickly.”
  177. dart. CambridgeDictionaries. “To move quickly or suddenly.”
  178. dodge. CambridgeDictionaries. “To avoid being hit by something by moving quickly to one side.”
  179. echo. CambridgeDictionaries. “A sound that is heard after it has been reflected off a surface such as a wall or a cliff.”
  180. flick. CambridgeDictionaries. “To move or hit something with a short sudden movement.”
  181. flutter. CambridgeDictionaries. “To make a series of quick delicate movements up and down or from side to side, or to cause something to do this.”
  182. frisk. CambridgeDictionaries. “To move around in a happy, energetic way.”
  183. hoot. CambridgeDictionaries. “A short, loud, high sound.”
  184. jump. CambridgeDictionaries. “To push yourself suddenly off the ground and into the air using your legs.”
  185. pounce. CambridgeDictionaries. “To jump or move quickly in order to catch or take hold of something.”
  186. slash. CambridgeDictionaries. “To cut with a sharp blade using a quick, strong movement; a long, deep cut.”
  187. snag. CambridgeDictionaries. “If you snag something, it becomes caught on a sharp object and tears.”
  188. sniff. CambridgeDictionaries. “To smell something by taking air in through your nose.”
  189. swift. CambridgeDictionaries. “Happening or moving quickly or within a short time, especially in a smooth and easy way.”
  190. twist. CambridgeDictionaries. “To turn something, especially repeatedly, or to turn or wrap one thing around another.”
  191. arc. CambridgeDictionaries. “The shape of part of a circle, or other curved line.”
  192. fury. CambridgeDictionaries. “Extreme anger.”
  193. fierce. CambridgeDictionaries. “Physically violent and frightening.”
  194. max. CambridgeDictionaries. “Informal for maximum adjective , often used after an amount.”
  195. merry. CambridgeDictionaries. “Happy or showing enjoyment.”
  196. [http://dictionary.cambridge.org/zht/%E8%A9%9E%E5%85%B8/%E8%8B%B1%E8%AA%9E- %E6%BC%A2%E8%AA%9E-%E7%B0%A1%E9%AB%94/pipsqueak pipsqueak]. CambridgeDictionaries. “Someone who is not important and does not deserve respect.”
  197. rascal. CambridgeDictionaries. “A person, especially a child or a man, who does things that you disapprove of, but who you still like.”
  198. scowl. CambridgeDictionaries. “To look at someone or something with a very annoyed expression.”
  199. rusty. CambridgeDictionaries. “Covered with rust (= metal decay; if a skill you had is rusty, it is not as good as it was because you have not practised it.”
  200. scourge. CambridgeDictionaries. “Something or someone that causes great suffering or a lot of trouble.”
  201. shorty. CambridgeDictionaries. “A short person.”
  202. victor. CambridgeDictionaries. “The winner of a game, competition, election, war, etc.”
  203. 203.0 203.1 tom. CambridgeDictionaries. “A tomcat.”
  204. bacon. CambridgeDictionaries. “Meat from the back or sides of a pig, often eaten fried in thin slices.”
  205. blade. CambridgeDictionaries. “The flat part on a knife or similar tool or weapon, with a very thin edge used for cutting.”
  206. boot. CambridgeDictionaries. “A type of shoe that covers the whole foot and the lower part of the leg.”
  207. brownie. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small, square chocolate cake, often with nuts in it.”
  208. brick. CambridgeDictionaries. “A rectangular block of hard material used for building walls and houses.”
  209. cheddar. CambridgeDictionaries. “A hard cow's milk cheese, originally made in southwest England.”
  210. diesel. CambridgeDictionaries. “A type of heavy oil used as fuel.”
  211. domino. CambridgeDictionaries. “A small, rectangular object with dots on it that is used in a game.”
  212. duke. CambridgeDictionaries. “A man of very high rank in a country, or the ruler of a small independent country.”
  213. gremlin. CambridgeDictionaries. “An imaginary little creature that gets inside things, especially machines, and makes them stop working.”
  214. [https://en.wi kipedia.org/wiki/hussar hussar]. Wikipedia. “A hussar was a member of a class of light cavalry, originating in Central Europe during the 15th and 16th centuries.”
  215. jester. Wikipedia. “A jester, court jester, or fool, was historically an entertainer during the medieval and Renaissance eras who was a member of the household of a nobleman or a monarch employed to entertain guests.”
  216. jigsaw. CambridgeDictionaries. “A picture stuck onto wood or cardboard and cut into pieces of different shapes that must be joined together correctly to form the picture again; A tool with an electric motor and a thin metal blade that is used for cutting curves in flat materials, such as wood or metal.”
  217. MacGyver. Wikipedia. “Angus "Mac" MacGyver is the title character and the protagonist in the TV series MacGyver. He is played by Richard Dean Anderson in the 1985 original series.”
  218. marmalade. CambridgeDictionaries. “A soft substance with a sweet but slightly bitter taste, made by cooking fruit such as oranges with sugar to preserve it. It is eaten on bread, usually for breakfast..”
  219. mitten. CambridgeDictionaries. “A type of shoe that covers the whole foot and the lower part of the leg.”
  220. pancake. CambridgeDictionaries. “A thin, flat, round cake made from a mixture of flour, milk, and egg, fried on both sides.”
  221. pickle. CambridgeDictionaries. “Vegetables or fruit that have been preserved in a vinegar sauce or salty water; a cucumber that has been preserved in vinegar or salty water, or slices of this.”
  222. piper. CambridgeDictionaries. “Someone who plays a pipe (= a short narrow tube played by blowing through it) or the bagpipes.”
  223. pixie. CambridgeDictionaries. “(Especially in children's stories) a small imaginary person.”
  224. princess. CambridgeDictionaries. “An important female member of a royal family, especially a daughter or granddaughter of a king and queen, or the wife of a prince.”
  225. scrap. CambridgeDictionaries. “Old cars and machines or pieces of metal, etc. that are not now needed but have parts that can be used to make other things; small pieces of food that have not been eaten and are usually thrown away.”
  226. socks. CambridgeDictionaries. “A piece of clothing made from soft material that covers your foot and the lower part of your leg.”
  227. skipper. CambridgeDictionaries. “The captain of a ship or boat, a sports team, or an aircraft.”
  228. spire. CambridgeDictionaries. “A tall, pointed structure on top of a building, especially on top of a church tower.”
  229. tom-tom. CambridgeDictionaries. “A drum that is usually beaten with the hands.”
  230. velvet. CambridgeDictionaries. “A cloth usually made from silk or cotton with a thick, soft surface.”
  231. Ajax. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Greek; Meaning: Of The Earth.”
  232. Algernon. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: With A Moustache.”
  233. Benny. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Hebrew; Meaning: Son Of My Right Hand. Diminutive of Benjamin.”
  234. Birch. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Birch Tree.”
  235. Blade. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Knife, Sword.”
  236. Bob. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Diminutive Form Of Robert.”
  237. Boris. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Slavic; Meaning: Battle, Fight.”
  238. Brick. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Good Guy Or Mason.”
  239. Buster. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: American; Meaning: Tough Guy.”
  240. Chester. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: A Fortress, Camp; Short for Rochester.”
  241. Cody. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Helpful; From the Irish/Gaelic surname "Ó Cuidighthigh" which means "helpful".”
  242. Dash. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: From The Ash; Also a nickname for Dashiell.”
  243. Diesel. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: German; Meaning: Diminutive Form Of Matthias Or Dietrich.”
  244. Duke. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Title Of Nobility.”
  245. Ferris. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: From Ferrieres, France.”
  246. Floyd. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Gray.”
  247. Fox. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Wild Animal In Dog Family.”
  248. Fritz. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: German; Meaning: Peace Ruler.”
  249. Hal. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Army Ruler.”
  250. Harley. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: From The Hares' Wood.”
  251. Harry. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Army Ruler.”
  252. Harvey. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: French; Meaning: Battle Warrior.”
  253. Henry. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: German; Meaning: Ruler Of The Home.”
  254. Hutch. NameBerry.com. “Gender: Male; Origin of Hutch: English; Derivation of Hutchinson.”
  255. Ice. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: American; Meaning: Frozen Water.”
  256. Jack. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: God Is Gracious.”
  257. Jacques. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: French; Meaning: Supplanter.”
  258. Jake. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Hebrew; Meaning: Supplanter.”
  259. Jasper. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Treasurer.”
  260. Jay. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Latin; Meaning: A Bird In The Crow Family.”
  261. Loki. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Scandinavian; Meaning: Trickster God.”
  262. Max. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Latin; Meaning: Greatest; Short form of Maximillian or Maxwell.”
  263. Micah. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: Hebrew; Meaning: Who Is Like God?”
  264. Milo. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Soldier; Form of Miles.”
  265. Moss. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Born Of A God.”
  266. Mowgli. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Created Name.”
  267. Myler. BabyNamesPedia. “The baby boy name Myler is pronounced MAYLer †. Myler's language of origin is English. Myler is a variant form of the English Miller.”
  268. Oliver. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Descendant Of The Ancestor; Contrary to popular belief, the Oliver has nothing to do with the olive tree. The name Oliver is derived from the old Norse name Áleifr, meaning "ancestor's descendant."”
  269. Oscar. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Irish; Meaning: Deer Lover.”
  270. Patch. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: American; Meaning: Noble. Diminutive form of Patrick.”
  271. Percy. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: French; Meaning: Pierce Valley; Diminutive form of Percival.”
  272. Rock. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Rock.”
  273. Skipper. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Ship Captain Or Master.”
  274. Slate. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: American; Meaning: Gray-green Rock.”
  275. Stone. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Dweller By The Stone Or Rocksk.”
  276. Tom. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Greek; Meaning: Short Form Of Thomas.”
  277. Tommy. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: A Twin. Diminutive form of the name Thomas.”
  278. Tyr. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Scandinavian; Meaning: Battle.”
  279. Victor. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Latin; Meaning: Winner, Conqueror.”
  280. Willie. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: German; Meaning: With Gilded Helmet.”
  281. Woody. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: American; Meaning: From The Lane In The Woods; Originally a diminutive of the name Woodrow.”
  282. Zack. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: Hebrew; Meaning: Diminutive Form Of Zachary.”
  283. Ziggy. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: German; Meaning: Diminutive Form Of Sigmund.”
  284. Bella. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Italian; Meaning: Beautiful, God Is My Oath”
  285. Bess. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: God Is My Oath. Diminutive form of Elizabeth.”
  286. Betsy. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: God Is My Oath. Diminutive form of the name Elizabeth.”
  287. Birdy. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Short Form Of Bertha Or Alberta.”
  288. Blossom. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Flower, Bloom.”
  289. Brandy. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Brandy.”
  290. Cherry. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Cherry Fruit.”
  291. Cinnamon. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: The Spice.”
  292. Coco. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Chocolate Bean.”
  293. Cora. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Greek; Meaning: Heart, Maiden.”
  294. Crystal. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Latin; Meaning: Earth Mineral Or Brilliant Glass.”
  295. Daffodil. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Yellow Flower.”
  296. Daisy. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Daisy Flower.”
  297. Dawn. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Sunrise;”
  298. Dotty. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Greek; Meaning: Gift Of God; Common nickname for the name Dorothy.”
  299. Fang. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Chinese; Meaning: Fragrance Or A Canine Tooth.”
  300. Feather. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Hair Covering Of Bird.”
  301. Birch. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Fern.”
  302. Flossie. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Flourishing, Prosperous.”
  303. Flora. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Latin; Meaning: Flowering.”
  304. Flower. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Flower.”
  305. Hattie. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Home Rule.”
  306. Hazel. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: The Hazel Tree.”
  307. Jessamy. NameBerry.com. “Gender: Female; Meaning of Jessamy: "jasmine flower"; Origin of Jessamy: English, variation of Jessamine.”
  308. Lily. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Lily Flower.”
  309. Livy. NameBerry.com. “Gender: Female; Meaning of Livy: "blue, envious", "olive tree"; Origin of Livy: Diminutive or Olivia or Latin, Latin.”
  310. Lulu. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Famous Warrior; Diminutive form of LOUISE; Also an Arabic name meaning 'pearl'.”
  311. Luna. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Italian; Meaning: The Moon.”
  312. Mae. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Month Of May.”
  313. Marigold. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Yellow Flower.”
  314. Merry. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Cheerful, Happy.”
  315. Millie. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Diminutive Form Of Mildred Or Millicent.”
  316. Minty. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Diminutive Form Of Aminta Or Araminta.”
  317. Mist. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Particles Of Water.”
  318. Misty. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Covered With Mist, Dew.”
  319. Mitzi. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: German; Meaning: Mary, Mother Of God (Bitter).”
  320. Nami. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Japanese; Meaning: Beautiful, Red Apple, Wave.”
  321. Olive. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Olive Or From The Olive Tree.”
  322. Pepper. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Hot Spice.”
  323. Petunia. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Flower.”
  324. Pixie. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Irish; Meaning: Fairy.”
  325. Polly. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Great Sorrow.”
  326. Princess. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Royal Daughter.”
  327. Rena. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Hebrew; Meaning: Joy.”
  328. Rose. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Rose.”
  329. Ruby. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Red Gemstone.”
  330. Scarlett. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Red; Variations include: Scarlet, Scarlette.”
  331. Shanty. NameBerry.com. “Gender: Female; Origin of Shanty: English; Shanty Origin and Meaning; Variation of Charity.”
  332. Snow. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Frozen Rain, Light-haired.”
  333. Sunshine. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Sunshine.”
  334. Susan. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Hebrew; Meaning: Lily.”
  335. Suzy. CambridgeDictionaries. “Gender: Female; Meaning of Suzy: "lily"; Origin of Suzy: Diminutive of Susan, English short form of Susannah, Hebrew, "lily".”
  336. Tansy. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Flower.”
  337. Tess. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Harvester; Diminutive form of Theresa.”
  338. Velvet. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Soft Fabric.”
  339. Violet. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Purple/blue Flower.”
  340. Wind. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: American; Meaning: Moving Air.”
  341. Zelda. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: German; Meaning: Gray Battle/Strong Woman.”
  342. Berry. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Small Fruit.”
  343. Billy. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Diminutive Form Of William.”
  344. Blaze. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Flame.”
  345. Bracken. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Bracken.”
  346. Cloud. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: American; Meaning: Visible Vapor, Nebula.”
  347. Coriander. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: Greek; Meaning: Romance, Spice.”
  348. Clover. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: English; Meaning: Meadow Flower.”
  349. Cricket. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: American; Meaning: Loud Insect Of The Night.”
  350. Echo. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: Greek; Meaning: Reverberating Sound.”
  351. Ember. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Spark, Burning Low.”
  352. Filou. CharliesNames. “Filou means “love” (from Greek “philai”) or “crook”, “swindler” (from French “filou”).”
  353. Frankie. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: American; Meaning: Free Or Truthful.”
  354. Frost. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: The Freezing Of Water.”
  355. Hawk. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Like The Bird.”
  356. Holly. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Plant With Red Berries.”
  357. Jessy. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: Hebrew; Meaning: God's Gift.”
  358. Juniper. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Female; Origin: Latin; Meaning: Juniper Berry.”
  359. Mint. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: Latin; Meaning: Mentha Herb.”
  360. Misha. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: Russian; Meaning: Who Is Like God? Diminutive form of Michael. Used only as a male name in Russia.”
  361. Moon. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: From The Moon.”
  362. Night. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: American; Meaning: Evening.”
  363. O'Hara. Wikipedia. “O'Hara is an Anglicized form of the Irish name Ó hEaghra.”
  364. Pasha. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: Russian; Meaning: Small; Diminutive form of Pavel.”
  365. Peanut. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: American; Meaning: Ground Nut Legume.”
  366. Piper. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Flute Player.”
  367. Rain. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: American; Meaning: Abundant Blessings From Above.”
  368. Raven. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Blackbird.”
  369. Red. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Red Haired.”
  370. Reed. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: A Reed Or Red Haired.”
  371. Riga. Wikipedia. “Riga is the capital of Latvia.”
  372. Rena. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: Irish; Meaning: Descendant Of Roghallach.”
  373. River. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Stream Of Water That Flows To The Sea.”
  374. Roach. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Rocky Crag.”
  375. Rusty. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: American; Meaning: Red Headed.”
  376. Sage. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Herb Or Prophet.”
  377. Sasha. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: Russian; Meaning: Diminutive Form Of Alexander.”
  378. Seville. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Unknown Meaning; From the Spanish place name of Sevilla, Spain. The Romans called it "Hispalis" - a name for the place with unknown meaning. After the Arab conquest in the year 711 the Arabs called the city "Isbilya," which turned into Sevilla/Seville.”
  379. Shadow. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Shade From Sun.”
  380. Shine. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: American; Meaning: Reflect Light.”
  381. sky. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: Scandinavian; Meaning: Atmosphere Seen From Earth.”
  382. Slash. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: American; Meaning: Cut Or A /.”
  383. Sol. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: Spanish; Meaning: Sun.”
  384. Misha. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Small Bird In The Finch Family.”
  385. Storm. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: American; Meaning: A Storm.”
  386. Tempest. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: Stormy.”
  387. Taylor. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: One Who Tailors Clothes.”
  388. Webster. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Male; Origin: English; Meaning: Weaver.”
  389. Willow. BabyNames.com. “Gender: Neutral; Origin: English; Meaning: From The Willow Grove.”
  390. jingo. CollinsDictionary. “A loud and bellicose patriot; chauvinist; C17: originally perhaps a euphemism for Jesus; applied to bellicose patriots after the use of by Jingo! in the refrain of a 19th-century music-hall song.”
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