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Jude's avatar

I'm looking for a good French name for a black and white fluffy feline (female)

Asked by Jude (31971 points ) October 11th, 2011
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Dr_C's avatar

Sabine.

28lorelei's avatar

There’s a whole list here.

JLeslie's avatar

I had a friend named Micheline (misch-a-leen) She went by Mich (Mitch).

Jude's avatar

I like Minuit (midnight). Pronounced – min-whee.

Jude's avatar

Bijou is cute, too.

JLeslie's avatar

I like Bijou.

janbb's avatar

Mioux
Mimi
Loulette
Amelie
Simone

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

I’m not sure it’s french, but I like Madeline. Maddy for short.

GabrielsLamb's avatar

You have lot’s of options.

Celui = This
Chat = cat
Noir = black
Blanc = white

Celuichat
Chardonnay
BlancNoir

or just something random like Tres Chat!
Precious cat.

Bébé doux
Sweet baby.

Or frou Frou moliere (Sp) .... *That’s nasty, it’s slang.

Coloma's avatar

Plume for that fluffy tail!

thorninmud's avatar

Mélange has a mellifluous, soft sound to it. Means “mixture” or “combination”, which captures the black-and-whiteness, but the ”-ange” part evokes a nice double-entendre, meaning “angel”.

sndfreQ's avatar

Not French, but your cat reminded me of the love object from Pepe le Pew…looked her up, and found out her name is Penelope Pussycat…so, Penelope gets my vote… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pepe_Le_Pew

JLeslie's avatar

@thorninmud Melange to me has to do with geology or fabric.

Coloma's avatar

My old kitty that passed away a couple of years ago was named “Gadwicke”, silent “e” on “wick.” I picked his name from an Atlas, Gadwicke is a town in england.

We gave him the “title” of ” Gadwicke, son of Smethwicke of Mt. Aukum” where I lived. lol

I miss my Gad man! :-D

Sunny2's avatar

Fifi (fee-fee), of course.

CWOTUS's avatar

Le chat

SavoirFaire's avatar

Chouchoute (shoo-shoot): it’s a French term of endearment for something that is one’s favorite (and a bit of a pun: “ma chouchoute” can be translated as “my pet”).

marinelife's avatar

Petit chou (which means little cabbage).

Sinueux (which means sinuous)

thorninmud's avatar

OK, this one’s a bit arcane, but cats positively adore arcanity:

Gwenn-ha-Du

It’s the nickname for the flag of Bretagne, the westernmost French province. It means “white and black” in the local dialect.

It was also the name of a local terrorist group, which is fitting for any cat

Scooby's avatar

My Blk /wht – tuxedo cat is called Jasmine , (French origin-It is of Old French) JAZ-min, jaz-MEEN.

Blueroses's avatar

Noisette [nwah-ZEHT]

Means “little nut” or “tender morsel”.

asmonet's avatar

My former cat was named Mewsette. She was an all white Norwegian Forest Cat we found at the pound and quite the little queen. I think it’s a fancy, but sweet name.

Bonus, this movie totally rules.

Double bonus, your pet will have a theme song – hell, and entire soundtrack – for those embarrassing moments when we all sing and dance around with our fluffy friends.

I also thought about naming my black and white female kitten after Robespierre in the film. And the villain has a cute name as well, Meowrice. Gender & sex discrepancies be damned!

tinyfaery's avatar

Aww. @asmonet took my answer. Love that movie. Jean Tom? Jean Tom where are you?

asmonet's avatar

@tinyfaery: My heart for you is one big throb! ;)

sydneyMASH4077's avatar

Renard means fox in French. I can’t remember if it had an ‘e’ on the end or not. It was my name in French class.
Just make sure you don’t use the French name for skunk!

asmonet's avatar

MAKE A DECISION. :D
I wanna know!

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