Picking up cow names can be a daunting task, mainly because your cow will have to live its entire lifetime with that name. Therefore, you need to really choose a good cow name, one which you can be proud of. Before choosing the name there are a few things you need to take into consideration when picking a good cow name. For example you need to be aware of the gender of the cow, whether it’s male or female. This will play a big role in choosing the right name. In this article I have compiled a list of good cow names for both male and female cows for you to choose from. So simply follow the article and you will get some really good ideas.
Good Cow Names
There are a lot of cow names that you will come across but, there are some cow names which actually sound better than others. Here is a list of some of the good cow names which you can try out. They are very easy to remember and the list has both male and female names.
Bossy: this cow name was altered from the Latin word Bos which means cow.
Elsa: this name comes from the animated Disney movie Frozen.
Belle: this is a French name that means beautiful. Making it a good cow name for your most loved and beautiful cow.
Betsy: this is a very popular name and there is a song about this cow which was sang by Burl Ives.
Male Cow Names
Although a male cow is known as a bull or a steer it is still a good thing to give it your own unique name. Below is a list of good male cow names which you should try out.
Angus: this male cow name is from the movie the movie Ferdinand and the bull. There was a male cow that was called Angus.
Red: this male cow name is commonly given to red cows.
Splash: normally given to male cows that have random splashes of colour.
Buddy: this is a very popular name for pets and you can also use it as a name for your male cow.
Simba: this name comes from the movie the Lion King. So you can use this as a name for a bull that appears to be very strong.
Bail: this is a male cow name that translates to Bull in Hindu.
Female Cow Names
If you are thinking of buying a female cow, here is a list of female cow names to choose from. It is worth highlighting that a female cow is known as a heifer. However, once a female cow has given birth it is referred to as a cow. If you are buying a female cow then here are a few names which you can choose from.
Daisy: this is a female cow name and it is short, sweet and easy to remember. There are a lot of children’s books that feature a character known as Daisy the cow.
Annabelle: this is a female cow name derived from the movie Annabelle’s wish. The movie is about a female cow that wanted to be a reindeer.
Dahlia: this is a name of a black flower. Therefore, you can consider giving this female cow name to a black cow.
Antoinette: this is good female cow name and it means praiseworthy. So if your cow is something you can boast about then you should definitely consider calling it that.
If you are buying a young cow or a cow that has never given birth (known as a heifer), you need a good cow name that will be able to suit it. Here are a few popular heifer names that are nice, sweet and very easy to remember.
Lily: this heifer name is the name of a very famous and beautiful flower that is loved by many. So you can easily name your heifer that, it’s a sweet name.
Good Names For Calves
The young one of a cow is a calf and the plural is calves. Good names for calves need to be cute and catchy at the same time. Below is a list of good cow names for calves. Make sure you choose the right name based on whether the calf is male or female.
Joy: this is a good name for calves. This is because it’s an expression of the feeling (joy) that people have when a new calf is born.
Joey: this name is ideal for babies and if you feel like you are going to treat your cow like a baby then this is a good name for your calf. It’s mainly suitable for male calves.
Sunshine: this is a good name for calves. It shows that there is a good relationship between the owner and their cow.
Famous Cow Names
There are certain cow names that you are always going to come around. This is because they are famous and they never get out of style. Here is a list of some of the most famous cow names. Some of them are derived from books and movies.
Clarabelle: this is a name of a cow that was introduced by Walt Disney in 1928, that is why it is a famous cow name.
Ferdinand: this is also a famous cow name and it comes from the movie Ferdinand and the bull.
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Cartoon Cow Names
If you are a fanatic of cartoons you can always find cartoon names for your cows. You can also do this with your kids they will be glad to help you. They can even give you some cartoon cow names that you do not know.
Clarabelle cow: this a cartoon cow name and this cow name was created by Walt Disney in 1928.
Ferdinand: this is a male cow name that comes from the movie Ferdinand and the Bull and Ferdinand is the main character in that movie.
Molly Moo-Cow: this is also another cartoon cow name and it’s also features as a good cow name. This cartoon cow name featured in the animated series called Rainbow parade in the 1930s.
Daisy: a cartoon cow name from the Disney show Mickey Mouse.
- Elmer the bull
- Elsie the cow
- Rocky the bull
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What Do You Name A Brown Cow?
If you have a brown cow on your farm there are actually a lot of unique names which you can choose from. Below is a list of some of the most unique names for brown cows.
Biscuit: this is a good cow name for a brown cow, this is because most biscuits are brown in colour so it will make a perfect name.
Toffee: this name is ideal for a brown cow considering that toffee is usually brown in colour.
Cola: this is a name of fizzy drink which is usually brown in colour. Therefore you can use it as a name for a brown cow.
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How Do You Name A Cow?
Naming a cow is not an easy task. However, to make the process easier for you there are actually a few things you need to take into consideration. For example you need to start by identifying if you cow is a male or a female. When you have done that you can then compile a list of names that go hand in hand with the gender of your cow. Once you have a list of the names the next thing is to look at the colour or breed of your cow. See if each name goes well with the breed of your cow and also consider if you want your cows to have names that rhyme. Following these easy steps will actually make the process of naming a cow easier for you.