Popular NativeAmerican names for girls and boys

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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Abedabun NativeAmerican Sight of day (Chippewa). F
2 Abequa NativeAmerican Stays at home (Chippewa). F

3 Abeque NativeAmerican Stays at home (Chippewa). F
4 Abooksigun NativeAmerican Wildcat (Algonquin). M
5 Abornazine NativeAmerican Abnaki word for keeper of the flame. M
6 Abukcheech NativeAmerican Mouse (Algonquin). M
7 Achak NativeAmerican Spirit (Algonquin). M
8 Adahy NativeAmerican Lives in the woods (Cherokee). M
9 Aditsan NativeAmerican Listener (Navajo). M
10 Adoeete NativeAmerican Kiowa word for tree. M
11 Adoerte NativeAmerican Variant of Adoeete: Kiowa word for tree. M
12 Adoette NativeAmerican Large tree. F
13 Adooeette NativeAmerican Variant of Adoeete: Kiowa word for tree. M

14 Adsila NativeAmerican Blossom (Cherokee). F
15 Ahanu NativeAmerican He laughs (Algonquin). M
16 Ahiga NativeAmerican He fights (Navajo). M
17 Ahmik NativeAmerican Beaver. M
18 Ahote NativeAmerican Restless one (Hopi). M
19 Ahtunowhiho NativeAmerican One who lives below (Cheyenne). M
20 Ahusaka NativeAmerican Winnebago word for wings. M
21 Aiyana NativeAmerican Eternal blossom. F
22 Akando NativeAmerican Ambush. M
23 Akecheta NativeAmerican Fighter (Sioux). M
24 Akule NativeAmerican Looks up. M
25 Alahmoot NativeAmerican Nez perce word for an elm branch. M
26 Alameda NativeAmerican Grove of cottonwood. F
27 Alaqua NativeAmerican Sweet gum tree. F
28 Alawa NativeAmerican Pea (Algonquin). F
29 Aleekcheaahoosh NativeAmerican Crow name meaning accomplished. M
30 Algoma NativeAmerican Valley of flowers. F
31 Alikkees NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning haircut. F
32 Alikkees NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning haircut. M
33 Allahkoliken NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning antlers. M
34 Alo NativeAmerican Spiritual guide (Hopi). M
35 Alsoomse NativeAmerican Independent (Algonquin). F
36 Amadahy NativeAmerican Forest water (Cherokee). F
37 Amitola NativeAmerican Rainbow. F
38 Anakausuen NativeAmerican Worker (Algonquin). M
39 AneMy NativeAmerican Superior. F
40 Angeni NativeAmerican Spirit. F
41 Angvariationu Toke NativeAmerican Sioux name meaning another day. M
42 Angwusnasomtaqa NativeAmerican Crow mother spirit (Hopi). F
43 Ankti NativeAmerican Repeat dance (Hopi). F
44 Anna NativeAmerican Mother (Algonquin). F
45 Annawan NativeAmerican Variant of Annawon: Algonquin name meaning Chief. M
46 Annawon NativeAmerican Algonquin name meaning Chief. M
47 Anoki NativeAmerican Actor. M
48 Apash Wyakaikt NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning flint necklace. M
49 Apenimon NativeAmerican Worthy of trust. M
50 Apiatan NativeAmerican Kiowa name meaning lance. M
51 Aponi NativeAmerican Butterfly. F
52 Aponivi NativeAmerican Where the wind blows down the gap (Hopi). M
53 Appanoose NativeAmerican Sauk word for child. M
54 Aquene NativeAmerican Peace. F
55 Ar-ke-kee-tah NativeAmerican Oto name meaning stay. M
56 Aranck NativeAmerican Stars (Algonquin). M
57 Arapoosh NativeAmerican Crow name meaning stomach ache. M
58 Arre-catte Waho NativeAmerican Omaha name meaning large elk. M
59 Ashishishe NativeAmerican Crow name for crow. M
60 Ashkii NativeAmerican Boy (Navajo). M
61 Ashkii Dighin NativeAmerican Navajo name meaning sacred child; holy child. M
62 Askook NativeAmerican Snake (Algonquin). M
63 Askuwheteau NativeAmerican He keeps watch (Algonquin). M
64 Ata'halne' NativeAmerican He interrupts (Navajo). M
65 Atagulkalu NativeAmerican Cherokee name meaning pitched trees. M
66 Atepa NativeAmerican Wigwam (Choctaw). F
67 Atsidi NativeAmerican Navajo name meaning blacksmith. M
68 Attakullakulla NativeAmerican Variant of Atagulkalu: Cherokee name meaning pitched trees. M
69 Avonaco NativeAmerican Lean bear (Cheyenne). M
70 Awan NativeAmerican Somebody. M
71 Awenasa NativeAmerican My home (Cherokee). F
72 Awendela NativeAmerican Morning. F
73 Awenita NativeAmerican Fawn. F
74 Awinita NativeAmerican Fawn (Cherokee). F
75 Ayasha NativeAmerican Little one (Chippewa). F
76 Ayashe NativeAmerican Little one (Chippewa). F
77 Ayawamat NativeAmerican One who follows orders (Hopi). M
78 Ayita NativeAmerican First to dance (Cherokee). F
79 Bagwunagijik NativeAmerican Variant of Buegoneguig: Chippewa name meaning hole in the sky. M
80 Bemidii NativeAmerican Ojibwa name meaning river by a lake. M
81 Bemossed NativeAmerican Walker. M
82 Bena NativeAmerican Pheasant. F
83 Beshiltheeni NativeAmerican Navajo name meaning metalworker. M
84 Bidziil NativeAmerican He is strong (Navajo). M
85 Bilagaana NativeAmerican White person (Navajo). M
86 Bimisi NativeAmerican Slippery. M
87 Bisahalani NativeAmerican Navajo name meaning speaker. M
88 Bly NativeAmerican Tall. F
89 Bodaway NativeAmerican Fire maker. M
90 Bornbazine NativeAmerican Variant of Abornazine: Abnaki word for keeper of the flame. M
91 Buegoneguig NativeAmerican Chippewa name meaning hole in the sky. M
92 Canowicakte NativeAmerican Sioux name meaning forest hunter. M
93 Cashesegra NativeAmerican Osage name meaning tracks of a large animal. M
94 Catori NativeAmerican Spirit (Hopi). F
95 Cetanwakuwa NativeAmerican Sioux name meaning attacking hawk. M
96 Cha'akmongwi NativeAmerican Crier chief (Hopi). M
97 Cha'kwaina NativeAmerican One who cries (Hopi). F
98 Cha'risa NativeAmerican Elk (Hopi). F
99 Cha'tima NativeAmerican The caller (Hopi). M
100 Chankoowashtay NativeAmerican Good road (Sioux). M
101 Chansomps NativeAmerican Locust (Algonquin). M
102 Chas chunk a NativeAmerican Wave (Winnebago). M
103 Chaska NativeAmerican Sioux name given to the first son born. M
104 Chavatangakwunua NativeAmerican Short rainbow (Hopi). M
105 Chayton NativeAmerican Falcon (Sioux). M
106 Cheasequah NativeAmerican Cherokee name meaning red bird. M
107 Cheauka NativeAmerican Hopi name meaning clay. M
108 Chebona Bula NativeAmerican Creek name meaning laughing boy. M
109 Chenoa NativeAmerican Dove. F
110 Chepi NativeAmerican Fairy (Algonquin). F
111 Cherokee NativeAmerican People of a different speech. One of the largest American Indian tribes. M
112 Chesmu NativeAmerican Rough; abrasive; witty. M
113 Cheveyo NativeAmerican Spirit warrior (Hopi). M
114 Cheyanna NativeAmerican Variant of Cheyanne - an Algonquian tribe of the Great Plains and Capital city of Wyoming. F
115 Cheyanne NativeAmerican Variant of Cheyanne - an Algonquian tribe of the Great Plains and Capital city of Wyoming. F
116 Cheyenne NativeAmerican An Algonquian tribe of the Great Plains. Capital city of Wyoming. F
117 Chiana NativeAmerican Variant of Cheyanne - an Algonquian tribe of the Great Plains and Capital city of Wyoming. F
118 Chianna NativeAmerican Variant of Cheyanne - an Algonquian tribe of the Great Plains and Capital city of Wyoming. F
119 Chilam NativeAmerican Snowbird. F
120 Chimalis NativeAmerican Bluebird. F
121 Chitsa NativeAmerican Fair. F
122 Chitto NativeAmerican Creek name meaning brave. M
123 Chochmingwu NativeAmerican Corn mother (Hopi). F
124 Chochmo NativeAmerican Mud mound (Hopi). M
125 Chochokpi NativeAmerican Throne for the clouds (Hopi). M
126 Chochuschuvio NativeAmerican White tailed deer (Hopi). M
127 Chogan NativeAmerican Blackbird (Algonquin). M
128 Cholena NativeAmerican Bird. F
129 Choovio NativeAmerican Antelope (Hopi). M
130 Chosovi NativeAmerican Bluebird (Hopi). F
131 Chosposi NativeAmerican Bluebird eye (Hopi). F
132 Choviohoya NativeAmerican Young deer (Hopi). M
133 Chowilawu NativeAmerican Joined together by water (Hopi). M
134 Chu'a NativeAmerican Snake (Hopi). M
135 Chu'mana NativeAmerican Snake maiden (Hopi). F
136 Chu'si NativeAmerican Snake flower (Hopi). F
137 Chuchip NativeAmerican Deer spirit (Hopi). M
138 Chunta NativeAmerican Cheating (Hopi). M
139 Chuslum Moxmox NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning yellow bull. M
140 Ciqala NativeAmerican Little one (Dakota). M
141 Cocheta NativeAmerican Stranger. F
142 Cochise NativeAmerican Wood. Renowned warrior chief of the Chiricahua Apache. M
143 Coowescoowe NativeAmerican Cherokee name meaning egret. M
144 Dadgayadoh NativeAmerican Seneca name meaning gambling men. M
145 Dakota NativeAmerican Friend; ally. F
146 Dakota NativeAmerican Friend; ally. Tribal name. M
147 Dakotah NativeAmerican Friend; ally. Tribal name. M
148 Dasan NativeAmerican Chief. M
149 Deganawidah NativeAmerican Variant of Dekanawida: Iroquois name meaning two rivers running. M
150 Degataga NativeAmerican Cherokee name meaning gathering. M
151 Dekanawida NativeAmerican Iroquois name meaning two rivers running. M
152 Delsin NativeAmerican He is so. M
153 Delsy NativeAmerican Variant of Delsin: He is so. M
154 Demothi NativeAmerican Talks while walking. M
155 Dena NativeAmerican Valley. F
156 Dichali NativeAmerican Talks later; speaks a lot. M
157 Diwali NativeAmerican Cherokee name meaning bowl. M
158 Dohasan NativeAmerican Kiowa name meaning cliff. M
159 Dohate NativeAmerican Variant of Dohasan: Kiowa name meaning cliff. M
160 Dohosan NativeAmerican Variant of Dohasan: Kiowa name meaning cliff. M
161 Dyami NativeAmerican Eagle. M
162 Dyani NativeAmerican Deer. F
163 Ealahweemah NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning sleep. M
164 Ealaot Wadass NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning earth. M
165 Ealaothek Kaunis NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning birds landing. M
166 Eapalekthiloom NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning mound of clouds. M
167 Edensaw NativeAmerican Tlingit name meaning glacier. M
168 Elan NativeAmerican Friendly. M
169 Elaskolatat NativeAmerican Nez Perce name meaning animal running into the ground. M
170 Elki NativeAmerican Draping over. M
171 Elsu NativeAmerican Flying falcon. M
172 Eluwilussit NativeAmerican Holy one (Algonquin). M
173 Enapay NativeAmerican Brave (Sioux). M
174 Enkoodabaoo NativeAmerican One who lives alone (Algonquin). M
175 Enkoodabooaoo NativeAmerican One who lives alone (Algonquin). M
176 Enli NativeAmerican I saw a dog. M
177 Enola NativeAmerican Solitary. F
178 Enyeto NativeAmerican Walks as a bear. M
179 Eskaminzim NativeAmerican Apache name meaning big mouth. M
180 Espowyes NativeAmerican Nez Perce name for light on the mountain. M
181 Etchemin NativeAmerican Canoe man (Algonquin). M
182 Etenia NativeAmerican Rich. F
183 Etlelooaat NativeAmerican Shouts (Algonquin). M
184 Etu NativeAmerican The sun. M
185 Eyanosa NativeAmerican Sioux name meaning big both ways. M
186 Eyota NativeAmerican Great. F
187 Eyota NativeAmerican Great. M
188 Ezhno NativeAmerican Solitary. M
189 Fala NativeAmerican Crow (Choctaw). F
190 Flo NativeAmerican Arrow. F
191 Gaagii NativeAmerican Raven (Navajo). M
192 Gad NativeAmerican Juniper tree (Navajo). M
193 Gaho NativeAmerican Mother. F
194 Galilahi NativeAmerican Attractive (Cherokee). F
195 Gosheven NativeAmerican Leaper. M
196 Guyapi NativeAmerican Frank. M
197 Hahkethomemah NativeAmerican Little robe (Cheyenne). M
198 Hahnee NativeAmerican Beggar. M
199 Hakan NativeAmerican Fire. M
200 Hakidonmuya NativeAmerican Time of waiting (Hopi). F