Are you a crow lover? Did you acquire a pet crow, and need to come up with something cute to call it? Well, firstly congratulations, I’m sure your crow is adorable! With hundreds of unique crow names to choose from there has got to be something in here that will work.
Crows are one of the most popular birds around the world. Though you cannot keep one in captivity as a pet, you can still name some of the ones around your home. If you’re looking for names, here are cute and famous names for crows that you can use.
Pet Crow Names
Crow is an abundant and much-maligned bird, with an undeservedly bad reputation. It is time to give crows a chance in our hearts, our homes, and in the air above them. The hope is that this great list will serve as inspiration and information for those wishing to interact with crows.
Got a new crow? Celebrate its black beauty with one of these names for pet crows.
- Crowbar Jr.
- Mother Grumble
- Fluffy Feathers
- Cluckity Cluck
- Tweetie Pie
- Flight Feathers
Talon: Crows, like most birds, have sharp talons that are used for gripping things and for perching on surfaces. So, it makes an apt name for a crow – it’s relevant and easy to say.
Inkblot: Crows are known for their deep black feathers. The darkness of their bodies almost resembles a blot of ink.
Angel: Crow’s aren’t generally associated with happiness and brightness. They often are represented in morbid and grim situations in popular culture. So, why not change that by naming a crow, Angel? It’s arguably the opposite of what a crow represents. An angel has white feathers and is often used as a symbol of hope.
Good Crow Names
Let’s face it, when you’re brainstorming names for characters in one of your stories, a generic list of names simply won’t do. Just as every character is different, so should every name be unique and descriptive of the character.
Crow names can help set the tone for your characters and the world they inhabit.
Darth Vader: Even if you’re not a fan of the sci-fi film series Star Wars, you probably know about the character Darth Vader. The character is referenced in various products of pop culture like films, TV shows, and merchandise. The character is known for his menacing black attire and his use of powerful dark forces.
Male Crow Names
Crows don’t often get much love. You have the occasional famous crow for the most part they are overlooked pets. That is why we wrote a list of awesome male crow names to celebrate these overlooked birds.
Jon Snow: If you’re familiar with American Television, you must’ve heard the name, Jon Snow. If you haven’t, Jon Snow is a character from the hit TV series Game of Thrones. The character was part of a group of guardians called the Night’s Watch.
Members of this group were often called “crows” because of their all-black attire. If you’re a fan of the show or like the name in general, add this popular name to your list.
Russel: You could consider naming a crow after the Academy Award-winning actor Russel Crowe. Naming a crow Russel is a nice way to remember the actor and the great work he’s put out so far.
Here are some more names for male crows
- Fierce Fighter
Funny Crow Names
Scarecrow: Why not name a crow after something that is designed to keep their species away?
This name is also great for fans of Batman and one of his foes, Scarecrow. The character scarecrow is a rather grim person who capitalizes on people’s greatest fears. If a crow seems to give off some grim vibes, then why not name them Scarecrow?
Vel-crow: Velcro is a commonly found fastener. It has two different types of pieces that stick together. If you’ve got a crow around your house that is particularly fond of you and likes to stick close to you, you can’t go wrong with giving a crow this pun-tastic name.
CAWford: Have you heard of the name Crawford (like Cindy Crawford)? Well, play around with the name a bit and you have the name CAWford for a crow.
Crooster: This name is taken from the words crow and rooster. While they may be vastly different, they’re still both birds at the end of the day.
Cool Crow Names
Ravenclaw: Ravenclaw is a cool name for fans of the Harry Potter novel series. For those who don’t know, it’s the name of one of the houses at Hogwarts.
Female Crow Names
A crow is one of the most intelligent birds and it can be trained to communicate with humans well (some say that crows and humans have a special connection). But what will you call your female crow?
Here is a list of names for your female crow and with each name having explanation of its origin.
Raven: A raven is a type of bird that looks strikingly similar to crows. The two birds are often confused between each other. Other than that, Raven is also a common name used for female pets and human beings. What’s more, the word is used as a synonym for black – which is the same color as a crow.
With all these meanings and references, there’s no reason not to consider Raven as a name for a crow.
Yennefer: Yennefer is a character from the novel series and popular videogame series called the Witcher. Yennefer is a powerful sorceress who’s known for having dark black hair and wearing black attire mostly. Naming a crow Yennefer is a great way for fans to pay tribute to this medieval fantasy series.
Gwyneth Palcrow: Gwyneth Paltrow is a popular actress and entrepreneur. She’s been in various films and started her own company called The Goop. You can consider naming a crow after her.
Dahlia: The black dahlia flower has completely black petals, making it unique and beautiful. If you like the name Dahlia, you should consider it when naming a crow. Like the flower, a crow is also unique and beautiful.
Here are some more names for female crows:
Famous Crow Names
Canuck: Canuck the Crow is an unofficial ambassador of Vancouver. Unfortunately, the bird has been missing for months now.
Cartoon Crow Names
Heckle and Jeckle
Heckle and Jeckle were two crows that always stuck together and cracked jokes every now and then.
Their first appearance was in a Terry toons production in 1946 called “The Talking Magpies”. They continued to appear in various animated TV programs after that, until their last appearance in 1999.
If you were a fan of these two when you were growing up, you should consider naming a crow either of these names. It would be even better if you had a pair of crows and named one Heckle and the other Jeckle.
Native American Crow Names
Coyote: Coyote is a mythical creature in Native American culture. It’s known as a trickster, and it is often believed to have similar traits to ravens. Hence, ravens are also considered tricksters like Coyote.
If you’re interested in other cultures and mythologies, you can name a crow Coyote as a tribute to the creature and out of respect for the culture.
Mythical Crow Names
Huginn and Muninn: Huginn and Muninn were two ravens from Norse mythology. The god Odin used ravens to spy on other gods’ activities so that he could stay one step ahead of everyone else. This knowledge was a major source of his power. If you’re fascinated by the tales in Norse mythology, you could name a crow after any one of Odin’s ravens.
Japanese Crow Names
Burra: Burra is a character from the Japanese animated TV series called Ox Tales. The TV show was aired between 1987 and 1988 and has been dubbed in English for overseas viewers as well.
Homer Simpson Crow Names
Crow Diddley: In the popular animated comedy TV series The Simpsons, the protagonist, Homer Simpson, befriends a crow called Crow Diddley. He managed to do that by destroying a scarecrow after mistaking it for a real and threatening person.
The crow, Crow Diddley, is named after the legendary blues musician Bo Diddley. So, why not name a crow Crow Diddley?
Disney Crow Names
The Crow: In the animated Disney film Brave, there’s a character who’s a talking crow. He often gives his opinions on what he thinks about how the protagonist behaves. The Crow may not be the most original name out there, but it may be appealing to fans of the film.
Diablo: Diablo is a raven from the Disney film Maleficent. Over the course of the film, he helps Maleficent with her plans. Now, even though Diablo maybe a raven, the name is still suitable for a crow because of the great similarities between the two birds.
Warrior Cat Crow Names
Crowfeather: Crowfeather is a character from the animated TV show Warrior Cats. The show is based on the novel series Warriors. Crowfeather is a deputy from the group of cats called WindClan. Crowfeather is an indecisive cat who is also bitter most of the time. If a crow shares similar qualities, you can’t go wrong in naming a crow Crowfeather.
Crowpaw: Crowfeather was called Crowpaw when he was an apprentice. He changed his name at the warrior ceremony, honoring the person who died saving his life. Crowpaw is another alternative to Crowfeather that you can use.
Conclusion: Crow Names
Crows are often associated with death and despair in literature and other forms of fictional media, even though they’re just regular birds going about their lives. You can change that association by using any one of the cute and funny names for crows mentioned above.
Crows are fascinating creatures that have been around for millions of years, and yet, they’re nearly completely misunderstood. They’re very intelligent animals.
Not only do they create and use tools, they even recognize individual human faces. Some crows are even able to accurately count by seeing how many objects there are in a group set of objects (such as a pile of nuts).
This is the end of our article, thanks for reading! Hopefully, by now you have this quandary off your chest and you can go forth and spread your wings (or feathers) and fly into the sunset with a new identity that fits you perfectly. Or at least you know what to call your favorite crow.
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