Native american boy names

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Native american boy names starting with A

Abooksigun – Wildcat (Algonquin)

Abooksigun – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘wildcat.’

Abukcheech – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘mouse.’

Acamapichtli – Handful of reeds

Achachak – Spirit

Achak – Spirit (Algonquin)

Achak – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘spirit.’

Adahy – From in the woods (Cherokee)

Adahy – Native American Cherokee name meaning ‘lives in the woods.’

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Adoeette – Great tree

Adriel – Beaver, symbol of skill

Ahanu – He laughs (Algonquin)

Ahanu – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘he laughs.’

Ahiga – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘he fights.’

Ahmik – Beaver

Ahote – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘restless one.’

Ahtahkakoop – Means ‘star blanket’ in Cree. This was the name of an early 19th-century Cree chief

Ahtunowhiho – One who lives below (Cheyenne)

Ahtunowhiho – One who lives below

Ahuitzotl – Ahuitzotl was the eighth Aztec ruler, the Hueyi Tlatoani of the city of Tenochtitlan

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Aiyanna

Akando – Ambush, has power and wealth

Akecheta – Warrior (Sioux)

Akecheta – Akecheta is an unpopular boy’s name.

Akikta – Work with determination, excels in everything

Akule – Looks up

Alo – Spiritual guide (Hopi)

Amaru – Means ‘snake’ in Aymara

Amitola – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘rainbow.’ This name comes from a legend that says that the first colorful picture was painted on the clouds by a young Indian chief named Amitola.

Anakausuen – Worker

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Anakin – Soldier

Annawon – Annawon is an unpopular boy’s name.

Anoki – Actor

Anoki – Actor

Antiman – Native American Mapuche name meaning ‘condor of the sun.’

Antinanco – Native American Mapuche name meaning ‘eagle of the sun.’

Apenimon – Worthy of trust

Apenimon – Worthy of trust

Apiatan – Native American – Wooden Lance.

Apisi – Coyote

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Aponivi – Where the wind blows down the gap (Hopi)

Aponivi – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘where the wind blows down the gap.’

Aputsiaq – Snow flying from the sky

Aqissiaq – Like a bird

Aranck – Stars

Asahavey – Bird Chief, a perfect leader

Ashkii – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘boy.’

Askook – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘snake.’

Askuwheteau – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘he keeps watch.’

Ata’Halne – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘he interrupts.’

Atahladte – Native American for feather on the head

Atohi – Woods

Atsadi – Fish

Atsidi – Hammer

Aucaman – Native American Mapuche name meaning ‘wild condor.’

Avonaco – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘lean bear.’

Awan – Somebody

Awan – Somebody

Awena – Time of early day or sunrise

Axayacatl – A water faced individual

Axe – One who is the father of peace

Ayawamat – One who follows orders (Hopi)

Ayawamat – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘one who follows orders.’

Native american boy names starting with B

Baishan – Means ‘knife’ in Apache. This was the name of a 19th-century chief of the Chiricahua Apache

Bayou – Bayou as a boy’s name. Geography name: a slow-moving river or swamp.

Behitha – Eagle Child, the beginning of an event

Bemossed – Walker

Beshkno – Bald eagle

Bidaban – Beginning of Dawn, an excellent human being

Bidziil – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘he is strong.’

Bilagaana – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘white person.’

Bimisi – Slippery

Bira – Short form of UBIRAJARA

Bodaway – Fire maker

Bodaway – Fire maker

Brocky – The feahers that come from over the hill

Byue – A man who is like a slow, small stream of water

Native american boy names starting with C

Caiya – To be near something

Calian – He is a warrior of the life

Catahecassa – Means ‘black hoof’ in Shawnee. This was the name of a Shawnee warrior and chief of the 18th century

Caua – Means ‘hawk’ in Tupi

Cetanwakuwa – Cetanwakuwa is an unpopular boy’s name.

Cha’Akmongwi – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘crier chief.’

Cha’Tima – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘the caller.’

Chankoowashtay – Good road (Sioux)

Chankoowashtay – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘good road.’

Chansomps – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘locust.’

Chantesuta – The one who has a firm heart

Chanteyukan – A benevolent human being

Chapa – Beaver

Chardon – Bar of sand

Chas Chunk A – Wave

Chaschunka – (Chas-chunk-a): Native American Winnebago name meaning ‘wave.’

Chasity – A first born child

Chaska – Firstborn son (Sioux)

Chaska – Chaska is an unpopular boy’s name.

Chaske – The one who has cheerful and friendly personality

Chatan – Hawk

Chavatangakwunua – Short rainbow (Hopi)

Chavatangakwunua – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘short rainbow.’

Chayann – Chayann is a boy’s name meaning ‘unintelligible speakers’ that comes from the Native American Indian name Cheyenne.

Chaytan – A patient, diplomat and gentle individuals, Like a Hawk

Chayton – Falcon (Sioux)

Chayton – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘falcon.’

Cherokee – People of a different speech. One of the largest American Indian tribes.

Cherokee – Cherokee as a boy’s name is pronounced CHARE-oh-kee. It is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Cherokee is ‘people of a different speech’.

Chesmu – A rough, witty person

Chetanzi – A yellow Hawk

Cheveyo – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘spirit warrior.’

Cheyenne – Alien speakers

Chicago – Chicago is an unpopular boy’s name.

Chimalpopoca – Smoking shield

Chimalus – A Bluebird

Chioke – Chioke is an unpopular boy’s name.

Chochmo – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘mud mound.’

Chochokpi – Throne for the clouds (Hopi)

Chochokpi – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘throne for the clouds.’

Chochuschuvio – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘white-tailed deer.’

Chogan – Blackbird (Algonquin)

Chogan – Blackbird, a species of birds found in Europe and Asia

Choovio – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘antelope.’

Choviohoya – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘young deer.’

Chowilawu – Joined together by water (Hopi)

Chowilawu – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘joined together by water.’

Chu’A – Snake

Chua – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘snake.’

Chuchip – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘deer spirit.’

Chunta – Cheating, to use unfair or fraud means for one’s own benefit

Chusi – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘snake flower.’

Chu’A – Snake (Hopi)

Ciqala – Native American Dakota name meaning ‘little one.’

Citana – One who is a star in the sky

Citlali – A star, an object of the space and universe

Cochise – Hardwood, renowned chief of the Chiricahua Apache from 1812-1874

Cochise – Cochise as a boy’s name is pronounced ko-CHEECE. It is of Native American Indian origin. The name of a renowned warrior, chief of the Chiricahua Apache.

Comanche – Comanche as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin. Name of a Native American tribe.

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Cowessess – From Ojibwe Ka-we-zauce meaning ‘little child’. This was the name of a late 19th-century chief of the Saulteaux

Cuauhtemoc – One who falls like an eagle

Cuauhtemotzin – The one who falls like an Eagle

Cuba – A place of abundant fertile land

Cuitlahuac – Unclear

Cuitlahuatzin – Name of a far-off place

Cusa – The one who provokes

Native american boy names starting with D

Daccota – Daccota is a boy’s name meaning ‘friend’ or ‘ally’ that is related to the Native American Indian name Dakota.

Dakoda – A friend

Dakodah – Dakodah is a boy’s name meaning ‘friend’ or ‘ally’ that is related to the Native American Indian name Dakota.

Dakoeta – Dakoeta is a boy’s name meaning ‘friend’ or ‘ally’ that is related to the Native American Indian name Dakota.

Dakota – To be considered friend, ally, name of a group of tribes more familiarly known as the Sioux

Dakota – Ally, fuse together

Dakotah – A friend of friends

Dasan – The name Dasan is a boy’s name of Native American origin meaning ‘son of bird clan leader’.

Dason – A combination name

Degotoga – Standing together

Dekohta – Dekohta is a boy’s name meaning ‘friend’ or ‘ally’ that is related to the Native American Indian name Dakota.

Dekota – Dekota is a boy’s name meaning ‘friend’ or ‘ally’ that is related to the Native American Indian name Dakota.

Dekowta – Dekowta is a boy’s name meaning ‘friend’ or ‘ally’ that is related to the Native American Indian name Dakota.

Delsin – He is so

Delsin – He is so

Demonthin – Native American Ponca name meaning ‘talks as he walks.’

Demothi – Talks while walking

Denali – Denali as a boy’s name. Geography name: Mount McKinley, over 20,000 ft. high and America’s highest mountain, rises out of Denali National Park in Alaska.

Dichali – Speaks a lot

Dichali – Speaks a lot

Diwali – Bowls

Dohasan – Little bluff (Kiowa), an important Kiowa leader who did much for his tribe, including establishing a peace between the Kiowa and the Osage

Dohate – Bluff

Dohosan – Little bluff

Dustu – Spring frog

Dyami – A majestic Eagle

Native american boy names starting with E

Editon – Native American Omaha name meaning ‘standing as a sacred object.’

Eja – The name Eja is a boy’s name of Native American origin.

Elan – A friendly and lovely person, a tree

Elki – Hanging over the top

Elsu – this means a flying falcon.

Elu – this name means someone who is full of grace.

Eluwilussit – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘holy one.’

Enapay – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘brave.’

Enkoodabaoo – Variant of Algonquin Enkoodabooaoo, meaning ‘one who lives alone.’

Enkoodabooaoo – One who lives alone (Algonquin)

Enkoodabooaoo – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘one who lives alone.’

Enyeto – Walks as a bear

Enyeto – Walks Like a bear

Esadowa – it means wolves.

Etchemin – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘canoe man.’

Etlelooaat – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘shouts.’

Etu – Sun

Etu – Sun

Ezhno – One who lives in solitary

Native american boy names starting with G

Gaagii – Raven (Navajo)

Gaagii – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘raven.’

Gad – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘juniper tree.’

Gahege – Native American Omaha name meaning ‘chief.’

Gawonii – He is speaking

Geniinewab – One who is sitting like an eagle

Geronimo – The name Geronimo is a boy’s name of Italian, Native American origin, meaning sacred name’.

Gomda – Wind

Gosheven – Great leaper

Goyahkla – Goyakhla means the person who yawns. In other languages it means an intelligent and brave leader who knows how to lead properly.

Goyathlay – Means ‘one who yawns’ in Apache. This was the real name of the Apache leader Geronimo (1829-1909), who fought against Mexican and American expansion into his territory

Guatemoc – One who falls like an eagle

Guatimozin – One who falls like an eagle

Gudahi – Native American Omaha name meaning ‘there it (a coyote) goes!’

Guyapi – Frank

Guyapi – Candid

Native american boy names starting with H

Hahkethomemah – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘little robe.’

Hahnee – Beggar

Hakan – Fire

Hakan – The name Hakan is a boy’s name of Native American origin meaning ‘fiery’.

Halian – Youthful, young (Zuni)

Halian – The name Halian is a boy’s name of Native American origin meaning ‘youthful’.

Hania – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘spirit warrior.’

Hanska – Tall

Harkahome – Little robe

Haroldas – Army ruler

Haroldo – Power, leader, ruler

Hassun – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘stone.’

Hastiin – Man (Navajo)

Hastiin – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘man.’

Hawiovi – Going down the ladder (Hopi)

Hawiovi – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘going down the ladder.’

He Lush Ka – Fighter

Heammawihio – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘wise one above.’

Helaku – Sunny day

Helki – To touch

Helushka – (He-lush-ka): Native American Winnebago name meaning ‘fighter.’

Herrick – Army leader, Armay rule

Herrold – Authoritative person in the army

Heskovizenako – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘porcupine bear.’

Hesutu – Picks up yellow jacket”s nest (Miwok)

Hesutu – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘yellow jacket nest rising out of the ground.’

Hevataneo – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘hairy rope.’

Hevovitastamiutsto – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘whirlwind.’

Hiamovi – High chief (Cheyenne)

Hiamovi – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘high chief.’

Hiawatha – River creator, historical Iroquois leader (Onodaga tribe) who helped bring about a peace of the five nations of the Iroquois people

Hiawatha – Native American – Maker of Rivers

Hinto – Native American Dakota name meaning ‘blue.’

Hohnihohkaiyohos – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘high-backed wolf.’

Hok’Ee – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘abandoned.’

Hokolesqua – Means ‘cornstalk’ in Shawnee. This was the name of an 18th-century Shawnee chief

Holata – Alligator

Honani – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘badger.’

Honaw – Bear (Hopi)

Honaw – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘bear.’

Honiahaka – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘little wolf.’

Honon – Bear (Miwok)

Honon – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘bear.’

Honovi – Strong

Honovi – Strong

Hoowanneka – Native American – Little elk

Hosa – Small crow (Arapaho)

Hosa – Native American – Young Crow, Little Raven, A variant of Hosah

Hosteen – Native American – A title of respect for males.

Hotaama – Native American – Gray , Brown, A variant is Hota

Hotah – Native American – Gray , Brown, A variant is Hota

Hotha – A man who is grey

Hototo – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘warrior spirit who sings’ or ‘he who whistles.’

Hotuaekhaashtait – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘tall bull.’

Howahkan – Of the mysterious voice (Sioux)

Howahkan – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘of the mysterious voice.’

Howi – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘turtle-dove.’

Huitzilihuitl – Feather of a hummingbird

Hula – Eagle (Osage)

Huritt – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘handsome.’

Huslu – One who is a hairy bear

Native american boy names starting with I

Igasho – Wanders

Igashu – The name Igashu is a boy’s name of Native American origin meaning ‘wanderer, seeker’.

Iiniwa – Bison or buffalo

Illanipi – Amazing

Inteus – Proud, without shame

Inteus – Has no shame

Inti – Means ‘sun’ in Quechua. This was the name of the Inca god of the sun

Isi – Unisex Native American Choctaw name meaning ‘deer.’

Istaqa – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘coyote man.’

Istu – Sugar

Ituha – Sturdy oak

Itzcoatl – Obsidian snake

Iye – Smoke

Native american boy names starting with J

Jaci – From Tupi iasy meaning ‘moon’

Jacy – Moon

Jacy – He has a face of the Moon

Jalen – Flute

Japa – To chant

Jolon – Valley of the dead oaks

Native american boy names starting with K

Kabecka – Kabecka name means Twin

Kachada – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘white man.’

Kaga – Chronicler

Kaga – Chronicler

Kajika – Walks without sound

Kajika – Walks without sound

Kaltag – Name of a river of Alaska, town in Alaska

Kanapima – Kanapima means The One They Tallk About

Kaneenawup – The name means The One Who is sitting like an Eagle

Kaneonuskatew – Means ‘one that walks on four claws’ in Cree. This was the name of a 19th-century Cree chief

Kanga – Kanga name means Black Bird, Raven

Kangee – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘raven.’

Kansas – Kansas means People of the South Wind

Kanuna – Bullfrog

Karey – Descendant of Ciardha

Kawacatoose – Means ‘poor man’ or ‘lean man’ in Cree. This was the name of a 19th-century Cree chief

Keemeone – The name means Rain

Kele – Sparrow hawk (Hopi)

Kele – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘sparrow.’

Keme – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘secret.’

Kenesaw – Kenesaw means Grass, it is a name of the Mountin in USA, Georgia

Kennesaw – Kennesaw means Grass

Kentucky – Kentacky means A Land of Tomorrow, Name of the USA state

Kesegowaase – Swift (Algonquin)

Kesegowaase – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘swift.’

Kestejoo – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘slave.’

Kiasax – Kiasax means The Bear on the Left

Kilchii – Red boy

Kimeya – Kimeya means Singing Throat

Kisecawchuck – Means ‘daystar’ in Cree. This was the name of a 19th-century Cree chief

Kishil – the name means Night

Kitchi – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘brave.’

Kitkun – Kitkun Bird of the Night

Kiyiya – Howling wolf

Klah – Left handed

Knoton – Knoton means One of the Wind

Koda – Koda means The Allies, Partners

Kohana – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘swift.’

Kohkahycumest – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘white crow or white antelope.’

Koi – Panther (Choctaw)

Koi – Panther

Kolichiyaw – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘skunk.’

Kosumi – Fishes for salmon with spear (Miwok)

Kosumi – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘fishes for salmon with spear.’

Kotori – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘screech owl spirit.’

Kuckunniwi – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘little wolf.’

Kuruk – Native American – Bear, The names Kuruc and Kuruck are derivatives of Kuruk

Kusinut – Horseless

Kuthun – Kuthun means The One who Cuts the Binding String

Kwahu – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘eagle.’

Kwatoko – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘bird with a big beak.’

Native american boy names starting with L

Lakota

Lalawethika – Means ‘he makes noise’ in Shawnee. This was another name of the Shawnee leader Tenskwatawa (1775-1836)

Lallo – Little boy

Laneetees – Big Elk

Langundo – Peaceful

Lansa – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘lance.’

Lapu – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘cedar bark.’

Len – Flute (Hopi)

Len – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘flute.’ Compare with another form of Len.

Lena – Flute

Lenno – Man

Leyati – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘shaped like an abalone shell.’

Leyti – Shaped like an abalone shell

Lise – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘salmon head rising above water.’ Compare with feminine Lise.

Liwanu – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘growl of a bear.’

Lokni – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘rain falls through the roof.’

Lonan – Cloud

Lonato – A Flint stone

Lootah – Red (Sioux)

Lootah – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘red.’

Lusio – Light

Luta – Native American – Red, A derivative of the name Lootah, It also has a meaning as Beautiful

Native american boy names starting with M

Machakw – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘horny toad.’

Machk – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘bear.’

Magaska – One who is like a White Swan

Mahaskah – A white cloud

Mahican – Mahican as a boy’s name is related to the Native American Indian name Mohegan. The meaning of Mahican is ‘a tribal man’.

Mahkah – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘earth.’

Mahpee – Sky (Sioux)

Mahpee – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘sky.’

Mahpiya – Means ‘cloud, sky’ in Dakota and Lakota. This is the first part of the names of the Dakota chief Mahpiya Wicasta (1780-1863), known as Cloud Man, and the Lakota chiefs Mahpiya Luta (1822-1909), known as Red Cloud, and Mahpiya Iyapato (1838-1905), known as Touch the Clouds

Makkapitew – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘he has large teeth.’

Makya – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘eagle hunter.’

Mammedaty – Walking above

Mandan – Mandan as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin. Name of a tribe native to the upper Missouri River which had developed high levels of material culture, but were almost wiped out due to smallpox in 1837.

Mankato – Mankato as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Mankato is ‘blue earth’.

Mantotohpa – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘four bears.’

Maovesa – One who is like a wild horse

Maquilla – An unclear, confused person

Maquinna – Meaning unknown, of Nuu-chah-nulth (also known as Nootka) origin. This was the name of a late 18th-century chief of the Mowachaht

Masichuvio – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘gray deer.’

Maska – Strong

Matchitehew – He has an evil heart (Algonquin)

Matchitehew – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘he has an evil heart.’

Matchitisiw – He has bad character (Algonquin)

Matchitisiw – Native American Alqonguin name meaning ‘he has bad character.’

Mato – Bear

Matoskah – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘white bear.’

Matto – A brave warrior

Matunaaga – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘fights.’

Matunaagd – Fights

Matwau – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘enemy.’

Maza Blaska – Flat iron

Maza – BLASKA: Native American Dakota name meaning ‘flat iron.’

Meda – Native American – Prophetess, Priestess, Edible Root, A variant name is Medah

Megedagik – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘kills many.’

Mekledoodum – Conceited

Melkedoodum – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘conceited.’

Meturato – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘black kettle.’

Micco – Chief

Mika – Racoon

Mikasi – Coyote

Milap – Charitable

Minco – Chief

Mingan – Gray wolf

Mingan – Gray wolf

Minninnewah – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘whirlwind.’

Misu – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘rippling brook.’

Moacir – Possibly means ‘son of pain’ in Tupi. This is the name of the son of Iracema and Martim in the novel ‘Iracema’ (1865) by Jose de Alencar

Mochni – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘talking bird.’

Moctezuma – Unclear

Mohawk – Mohawk as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Mohawk is ‘people of the flint’.

Mohe – Elk

Mohegan – Mohegan as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin. A tribe related to the Algonquins, native to eastern Connecticut.

Mohican – Mohican as a boy’s name is related to the Native American Indian name Mohegan. The meaning of Mohican is ‘a tribal man’.

Mojag – Never silent

Mojave – The name Mojave is a boy’s name of Native American origin.

Mokatavatah – Black kettle

Moketavato – Black kettle

Moketaveto – Black kettle

Moketoveto – Black kettle

Moki – Deer (Hopi)

Moki – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘deer.’

Mokovaoto – Black kettle

Molimo – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘bear walking into shade.’

Mona – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘gathers jimson weed seed.’ Compare with another form of Mona.

Mongwau – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘owl.’

Montezuma – Unclear

Motavato – Black kettle

Motega – New arrow

Muata – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘yellow jackets inside a nest.’

Mukki – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘child.’

Mundoo – Native American Algonquin name for the ‘Great Spirit,’ but it was applied to ‘the devil’ by the first Christian missionaries.

Muraco – White moon

Muscowequan – Means ‘hard quill’ in Cree. This was the name of a 19th-century Cree chief

Muskowekwan – Tough quill

Native american boy names starting with N

Naalnish – He works (Navajo)

Naalnish – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘he works.’

Naalyehe Ya Sidahi – Trader

Nahcomence – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘old bark.’

Nahele – Forest

Nahiossi – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘has three fingers.’

Nahma – The name Nahma is a boy’s name of Native American origin meaning ‘sturgeon’.

Nahuel – Native American Mapuche name meaning ‘jaguar.’

Naiche – Means ‘mischief maker’ in Apache. This name was borne by a 19th-century Chiricahua Apache chief, the son of Cochise

Nakai – Mexican

Nakos – The name Nakos is a boy’s name of Native American origin meaning ‘sage, wise’.

Nanook – Polar bear

Napayshni – Strong or courageous (Sioux)

Napayshni – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘courageous and strong.’

Nashashuk – Thundering

Nashoba – Wolf

Nastas – Curve like foxtail grass (Navajo)

Nastas – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘curve like foxtail grass.’

Nawat – Left handed

Nawkaw – Native American Winnebago name meaning ‘wood.’

Nayati – He who wrestles

Nayati – He who wrestles

Nayavu – Clay

Neeheeoeewootis – High backed wolf (Cheyenne)

Neeheeoeewootis – High backed wolf

Neka – Wild goose

Nigan – Ahead

Niichaad – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘swollen.’

Nikan – My friend

Nikiti – Round or smooth

Nitis – Friend

Nixkamich – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘grandfather.’

Niyol – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘wind.’

Nodin – Wind

Nokosi – Bear

Nootau – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘fire.’

Nosh – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘father.’

Noshi – Variant of Algonquin Nosh, meaning ‘father.’

Notah – Means ‘almost there’ in Navajo

Notaku – Growling bear

Nuka – My younger brother or sister

Nukpana – Native American Hopi unisex name meaning ‘evil.’

Native american boy names starting with O

Ocumwhowurst – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘yellow wolf.’

Ocunnowhurst – Variant form of Cheyenne Ocumwhowurst, meaning ‘yellow wolf.’

Odakota – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘friend.’

Odakotah – Friendship

Odeserundiye – Means ‘lightning has struck’ in Mohawk. This was the name of an 18th-century Mohawk chief, also called John Deseronto

Ogaleesha – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘wears a red shirt.’

Ogima – Chief

Ogleesha – Red skirt

Ohanko – Reckless

Ohanzee – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘shadow.’

Ohcumgache – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘little wolf.’

Ohitekah – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘brave.’

Ohiyesa – Means ‘winner’ in Dakota and Lakota

Ojigkwanong – Means ‘morning star’ in Alqonguin

Okhmhaka – Little wolf

Olowin – West

Omawnakw – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘cloud feather.’

Onacona – White owl

Onangwatgo – Means ‘big medicine’ in Oneida. This was the name of a chief of the Oneida people, also named Cornelius Hill (1834-1907)

Osage – Osage as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin. Name of a Native American tribe of the Plains, who were displaced from Missouri and Arkansas into smaller land holdings in Oklahoma.

Osceola – Black drink

Otaktay – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘kills many.’

Otetiani – He is prepared

Otoahhastis – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘tall bull.’

Otoahnacto – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘bull bear.’

Ouray – One who is sharp as an arrow

Oyintsa – A white winter Duck

Native american boy names starting with P

Pachu’A – Feathered water snake

Pachua – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘feathered water snake.’

Paco – Eagle

Pahana – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘lost white brother.’

Pahkakino – A good and noble gentleman

Pajackok – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘thunder.’

Pala – Like a guardian, water, near upland meadow

Pallaton – One who has strength and is a fighter

Pannoowau – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘he lies.’

Pat – Fish

Patamon – Tempest

Patwin – Man

Pawnee – Pawnee as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin. Name of a Plains tribe who were excellent horsemen.

Pay – He is coming

Payat – He is coming

Payatt – He is coming

Pays – One who is coming

Paytah – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘fire.’

Pegalesharro – A person who is like a man’s chief

Peopeo – Bird

Pezi – Grass

Piapot – A person who understands the secret of Sioux

Pillan – The God of stormy weather

Pimne – Weasel

Pitalesharo – Chief of men

Pivane – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘weasel.’

Popo – A very tall grass of rye

Poseanye – The dripping dew

Poviyemo – A falling flower

Powa – A wealthy, rich person

Powhatan – Powhatan as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Powhatan is ‘Powwow hill’.

Powwaw – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘priest.’

Native american boy names starting with Q

Qaletaqa – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘guardian of the people.’

Qochata – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘white man.’

Qualetaga – Angel of the people

Quanah – Fragrance, specific odor (Comanche)

Quanah – Quanah as a boy’s name is pronounced KWAH-ne. It is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Quanah is ‘fragrant, sweet-smelling’.

Quannah – One who smells sweet

Quedkoi – Robe

Quelatikan – Horn

Quidel – Native American Mapuche name meaning ‘burning torch.’

Quirtsquip – Chewing elk

Native american boy names starting with R

Raini – The creator

Roca – Native American – Principal, Radiant, A variant is Ruca

Rowtag – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘fire.’

Native american boy names starting with S

Sahale – One who is like a Falcon

Sahkonteic – White eagle

Sahrahsahe – A black eagle

Sakima – Chief

Saloso – A cry of the wild goose

Samoset – One who walk over a lot

Sani – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘the old one.’ Compare with another form of Sani.

Sassaba – The wolf

Sassacus – Sassacus as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Sassacus is ‘wild man’.

Satanta – White bear

Scoop – One who is standing looking back

Segenam – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘lazy.’

Seminole – Seminole as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin. Name of the tribe, related to the Creeks, who settled in Florida and resisted European-American attempts to take over their land in the ten-year Seminole War.

Sequoia – Of the giant red wood tree

Sequoya – Sequoya as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name) is of Cherokee origin, and the meaning of Sequoya is ‘sparrow’. Sequoya is related to the name Sequoia.

Sequoyah – Possibly from Cherokee siqua meaning ‘hog’. This was the name of the Cherokee man (also known as George Guess) who devised the Cherokee writing system in the 19th century

Setangya – Sitting bear

Setimika – Charging bear

Sewati – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘curved bear claw.’

Shandiin – Means ‘sunshine’ in Navajo

Shappa – Red thunder

Shasta – Native American tribe name

Shawney – Shawney as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name) is a variant of the name of the Algonquin tribe name Shawnee.

Shawree – A cornstalk, a name given to a powerful Bear

Shenandoah – Variant of SKENANDOA

Shikoba – Native American Choctaw unisex name meaning ‘feather.’

Shilah – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘brother.’

Shillan – A brotherly one

Shiriki – Shiriki as a boy’s name is of Pawnee origin. Nature name from the Native American tribe.

Shiye – Son (Navajo)

Shiye – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘son.’

Shizhe’E – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘father.’

Shoemowetochawcawe – High backed wolf (Cheyenne)

Shoemowetochawcawe – High backed wolf

Shoemowetochawcawewahcatowe – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘high-backed wolf.’

Shoshoni – Shoshoni as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name) is a variant of the name of the Native American Shoshone tribe.

Sicheii – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘grandfather.’

Sik’Is – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘friend.’

Sike – He sits at home (Navajo)

Sike – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘he sits at home.’

Sikyahonaw – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘yellow bear.’

Sikyatavo – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘yellow rabbit.’

Sinasta – A person considered to be an expert

Sipatu – Pulled out

Siwili – Long tail of the fox

Sixsipita – One like a Black Eagle

Skah – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘white.’

Skanawati – One who lives on teh other side of the swamp

Skenandoa – Probably from the name of the Shenandoah River in the eastern United States, which is of uncertain origin. This was the name of an 18th-century Oneida chief

Songaa – Strong

Songaa – Strong

Sotsona – One who is like a fox

Sowi’Ngwa – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘black-tailed deer.’

Sucki – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘black.’

Sunukkuhkau – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘he crushes.’

Native american boy names starting with T

T’Iis – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘cottonwood.’

Tadi – Tadi as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Tadi is ‘breeze, wind’.

Tadzi – Loon

Tahkeome – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘little robe.’

Tahmelapachme – Dull knife (Cheyenne)

Tahmelapachme – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘dull knife.’

Tahmoh – A name of Tanana origin of unknown meaning

Tahoe – Tahoe as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Tahoe is ‘big water’.

Taima – Thunder

Takoda – Friend to everyone (Sioux)

Takoda – Takoda as a boy’s name is of Sioux origin, and the meaning of Takoda is ‘friend to everyone’.

Tala – Stalking wolf

Talako – Means ‘eagle’ in Choctaw

Tammany – Tammany as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin.

Tangakwunu – Rainbow (Hopi)

Tangakwunu – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘rainbow.’

Taos – Place of red willows

Tapco – Antelope

Taregan – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘crane.’

Tarhe – He who has the strenght of a tree

Tarlo – Cub of a bear

Tashunka – Horse

Tasunka – From Lakota tasuke meaning ‘his horse’. This forms the first part of the name of Tasunka Witko (1840-1877), translated as Crazy Horse, a Lakota war leader

Tasunke – Native American Dakota name meaning ‘horse.’

Tatanka Ptecila – Short bull

Tatanka-Ptecila – Native American Dakota name meaning ‘short bull.’

Tatanka – From Lakota tataka meaning ‘bull’. This is the first part of the name of the Lakota holy man and chief Tatanka Iyotake (1831-1890), translated into English as Sitting Bull

Tate – He who talks too much

Tatonga – Large dear

Tattuye – A fox

Tawa – Sun

Tchondee – Native American name meaning tobacco

Tecumseh – Means ‘panther passing across’ in Shawnee. This was the name of a Shawnee leader who, with his brother Tenskwatawa, resisted European expansion in the early 19th century

Teetonka – Talks too much (Sioux)

Teetonka – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘talks too much.’

Teluhci – Bear making dust

Telutci – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘bear making dust.’

Tenaya – A great leader

Tennessee – Tennessee as a boy’s name is of Cherokee origin. Place name used for the state.

Tenskwatawa – Means ‘open door’ in Shawnee. This was the name of a Shawnee prophet. With his brother Tecumseh he led his people in resistance against European expansion in the early 19th century

Tessouat – Meaning unknown. This was the name of several 17th-century Algonquin chiefs

Teton – The name Teton is a boy’s name of Native American origin.

Tex – From Texas

Texas – From Texas

Teyemthohisa – Two closed doors

Tibone – One who sits in the saddle

Tihkoosue – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘short.’

Tiriaq – Wearing ermine

Titus – She who bathes with her knees (Cheyenne)

Tizoc – Unclear

Tizocicatzin – Unclear

Tobey – Dance (Hopi), Hopi dances are not just beautiful, but an integral part of the culture.

Tocho – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘mountain lion.’

Togquos – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘twin.’

Tohopka – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘wild beast.’

Tokala – Native American Dakota name meaning ‘fox.’

Tooantuh – Native American Cherokee name meaning ‘spring frog.’

Tosahwi – Means ‘white knife’ in Comanche. This name was borne by a 19th-century Penateka Comanche chief

Tse – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘rock.’

Tsiishch’Ili – Curly haired

Tsiishchili – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘curly-haired.’

Tsiyi – Canoe

Tuari – Young eagle

Tucson – A spring from the base of a mountain

Tuketu – Bear making dust

Tullis – Mountain peak (Choctaw)

Tumu – Deer thinking of eating wild onions

Tupi – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘to pull up.’

Turner – To pull up (Miwok)

Tyee – Chief

Native american boy names starting with U

Ubirajara – Means ‘lord of the spear’ in Tupi. This is the name of an 1874 novel by Jose de Alencar

Ujarak – Like a rock

Ukiah – Ukiah as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Ukiah is ‘deep valley’.

Unaduti – Woolly head

Uncas – Uncas as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Uncas is ‘the fox’.

Ungus – Remember (Hopi)

Uzumati – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘bear.’

Native american boy names starting with V

Vaiveahtoish – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘alights on the cloud.’

Viho – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘chief.’

Viktor – Chief (Cheyenne)

Vipponah – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘slim face.’

Vohkinne – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘Roman nose.’

Voistitoevitz – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘white cow.’

Voisttitoevetz – Variant of Cheyenne Voistitoevitz, meaning ‘white cow.’

Vokivocummast – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘white antelope.’

Volsung – White antelope (Cheyenne)

Native american boy names starting with W

Waban – East wind

Wabonishi – One who survives the winter

Waboyan – Blanket

Wade – Dancing girl (Sioux)

Wahanassatta – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘he who walks with his toes turned outward.’

Wahchinksapa – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘wise.’

Wahchintonka – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘has much practice.’

Wahkan – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘sacred.’

Wahkoowah – Charging bear

Wahunsenacawh – Meaning unknown. This name was borne by a 17th-century chief of the Powhatan people. He was also known as Powhatan, as a result of confusion between his name and his birthplace

Wakiza – Desperate warrior

Wamblee – Eagle

Wambleesha – White eagle

Wambleeska – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘white eagle.’

Wambli Waste – Good eagle

Wambli-Waste – Native American Dakota name meaning ‘good eagle.’

Wanageeska – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘white spirit.’

Wanahton – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘charger.’

Wanikiy – Savior

Wanikiya – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘savior.’

Wapasha – Means ‘red leaf’ in Dakota. This was the name of several Dakota chiefs

Wapi – Lucky

Wapiti – Wapiti as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Wapiti is ‘White’.

Waquini – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘hook nose.’

Waunakee – Waunakee as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Waunakee is ‘peaceful one’.

Wawatam – Means ‘little goose’ in Ojibwe. This was the name of an 18th-century chief of the Ottawa people

Wayna – Immature

Wayra – Native American Quechua name meaning ‘wind.’

Weayaya – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘setting sun.’

Wematin – Native American Algonquin name meaning ‘brother.’

Wemilat – Of wealthy parents

Wendall – Brother (Algonquin)

Wicasa – Native American Dakota name meaning ‘sage.’

Wickaninnish – Possibly means ‘having no one in front of him in the canoe’ in the Nuu-chah-nulth (or Nootka) language. This was the name of a chief of the Clayoquot in the late 18th century, at the time of European contact

Wickham – Sage (Dakota)

Wikvaya – Native American Hopi name meaning ‘one who brings.’

Willka – Means ‘sun’ in Aymara

Wilu – Chicken hawk squawking

Wintanweorth – Firstborn daughter, eldest (Sioux)

Wohehiv – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘dull knife.’

Wokaihwokomas – Native American Cheyenne name meaning ‘white antelope.’

Wuliton – To do well

Wuyi – Native American Miwok name meaning ‘soaring turkey vulture.’

Wyandanch – Wyandanch as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Wyandanch is ‘speaks with wisdom’.

Wynono – First born

Native american boy names starting with X

Xquenda – Means ‘spirit, soul, essence’ in Zapotec

Native american boy names starting with Y

Yaholo – Yaholo as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Yaholo is ‘he who yells’.

Yahto – Native American Sioux name meaning ‘blue.’

Yancey – The name Yancey is a boy’s name of Native American origin meaning ‘yankee’.

Yancy – Englishman

Yanisin – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘ashamed.’

Yas – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘snow.’

Yiska – Native American Navajo name meaning ‘the night has passed.’

Yosemite – The name Yosemite is a boy’s name of Native American origin meaning ‘those who kill’.

Yuma – Chiefs son

Native american boy names starting with Z

Zacchaeus – Meadow, variation of Savannah (Taino)

Zimri – Spins, spinning (Hopi)

Zipkiyah – Zipkiyah as a boy’s name is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Zipkiyah is ‘big bow’.

Ziven – Cardinal, red bird (Sioux)

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