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Cows are highly sensitive beings with great intelligence, innumerable uses and are full-blown packages of love and cuteness.

Cows love humans to bits. Hence, it naturally means that we should give a sweet name to our pet cow.

If you're looking for the best cow names, here's a list you'll simply fall in love with.

For more pet names, take a look at Owl Names and Duck Names.

Cute And Funny Cow Names For Girls

Cow names should reflect their cute personalities as well.

Here are quirky female names for cows.

1. Bertha (Germanic origin) meaning "a person who is bright", a very popular heifer (female cow) name.

2. Betty Sue (American origin) meaning "Godly oath".

3. Buttercup (English origin) meaning "yellow wildflower".

4. Daisy (Old English origin) meaning "day's eye". A most common cow name.

5. Esmeralda (Greek origin) meaning "Emerald".

6. Mama Moo (Swedish origin) meaning "mother cow" is the name of a famous talking cow of Sweden.

7. Moona Lisa (French origin) meaning "God's own".

8. Molly Moo-Cow meaning "Mother Mary" was a character from 'Rainbow Parade'.

9. Clarabelle (Latin origin) meaning "bright"  was a cow character in 'Mickey Mouse Universe'.

10. Darla (English origin) meaning "dear".

11. Dahlia (Swedish origin) meaning "autumn flower".

12. Inala (African origin)meaning "aunt".

13. Margie (English origin) meaning "Pearl"

14. Maggie (English origin) meaning "Pearl".

15. Minnie (English origin) meaning "Of The Sea"

16. Zenga (African origin) meaning "queen".

Cute And Funny Cow Names For Boys

Loving beings like cows deserve nice and funny names too.

Here are a few good names of cows:

17. Armor (Scottish origin) meaning "protection".

18. Brownie (English origin) referring to a dessert is a fitting name for a brown cow.

19. Bull (Medieval origin) meaning "strength"; a great male name for naming your cow.

20. Bully (German origin) meaning "brother".

21. Diesel (German origin) meaning "oil"; a fitting bull name.

22. Ferdinand (Germanic origin) meaning "protection" is a notable bull character from children's fairytales.

23. Hydro (Latin origin) meaning "water"; a good name for a classic cow.

24. Joey (Australian origin) meaning "increase by God", the best cow pet name.

25. Nitrous (Latin origin) meaning "Gas".

26. Pup (English origin) meaning "baby dog", a cute calf (baby cow) name.

27. Tank (English origin) meaning "battleship".

Gender-Neutral Cute And Funny Names For Cows

Here are some quirky gender-neutral cows names.

28. Cock-a-doodle Moo is for a cow who wakes everyone with its early morning mooing!

29. Flopsy (English origin)  meaning "floppy"; a great name for a clumsy one.

30. Joy (Latin origin) meaning "delight" is one of the cute cow names for a pet cow that brings joy to its owners.

31. Midnight  (Old English origin) meaning "middle of the night"; a beautiful gender-neutral name for a dark cow.

32. Milkshake (English origin) meaning "sweet milky drink"; a perfect name for a black and white cow.

33. MooMoo (English origin) meaning "a cow's call" is amongst the cute names for baby cows.

34. Oink (English origin) meaning "pig's grunt"; a funny name option for a cow!

35. Winnie (Welsh origin) meaning "soft" is a cute name for a cow based on the fictional character 'Winnie the Pooh'.

Kidadl has lots of great names articles to inspire you. If you liked our suggestions for Cow Names then why not take a look at Monkey Names, or for something different take a look at Au Ra Names.

Rajnandini is an art lover and enthusiastically likes to spread her knowledge. With a Master of Arts in English, she has worked as a private tutor and, in the past few years, has moved into content writing for companies such as Writer's Zone. Trilingual Rajnandini has also published work in a supplement for 'The Telegraph', and had her poetry shortlisted in Poems4Peace, an international project. Outside work, her interests include music, movies, travel, philanthropy, writing her blog, and reading. She is fond of classic British literature.

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