8 Names That Mean Mouse

8 Names That Mean Mouse

Did your child come into the world as a tiny thing with a low weight? Do you want to choose a “cute” name so you can cling to the days of your child being an adorable, tiny baby for as long as possible?

You might think it would be a nice touch to opt for a name that means “mouse” — fortunately, there are languages across the world with meanings that can be traced back to this tiny animal.

Abukcheech is a male Native American name meaning mouse. It specifically comes from the Algonquin, a tribe that currently resides in Quebec and Ontario.

Akhurath is a male Hindu name that means “One who has a mouse as his charioteer” — in other words, to have a mouse guiding you through life. The idea of a mouse guiding you might sound strange, but it traces back to Hindu symbolism, in which mouses represent the intellect and the mind.

Kumah is a girl’s name of African origin that means “small” or “mouse.” But if you definitely want the name to mean “small” and not “big,” be careful not to lose the last letter — the name Kuma means “bear” in Japanese.

Panya is a girl’s name that means “mouse” or “tiny one.” It has links to Russian, Egyptian, and Swahili roots, with slightly different meanings in each language — its Slavic roots are linked to the word “crown.”

Finally, Tolaram is a male Hindi name that means “a mouse.” It’s most popular among Muslims, but has been used in a variety of cultures.

Abukcheech

Meaning: Mouse
Origin: Native American
Gender: Boy

Akhurath

Meaning: One who has a mouse as his charioteer
Origin: Hindu
Gender: Boy

Kuma

Meaning: A mouse
Origin: Japanese
Gender: Girl

Kumah

Meaning: Mouse
Origin: African
Gender: Boy

Kundu

Meaning: A mouse
Origin: Hindi
Gender: Boy

Mushika

Meaning: Rat, mouse
Origin: Hindi
Gender: Girl

Panya

Meaning: Tiny one
Origin: African
Gender: Girl

Tolaram

Meaning: A mouse
Origin: Hindi
Gender: Boy