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-A-
Name Gender Meaning

Abedabun
Abequa
Abeque
Abetzi
Abooksigun
Abornazine
Abukcheech
Achak
Adahy
Aditsan
Adoeete
Adoerte
Adoette
Adooeette
Adsila
Ahanu
Ahiga
Ahote
Ahtunowhiho
Ahusaka
Akando
Akecheta
Akule
Alahmoot
Alameda
Alawa
Aleekcheaahoosh
Algoma
Alikkees
Allahkoliken
Alo
Alsoomse
Amadahy
Amitola
Anakausuen
AneMy
Angvariationu-Toke
Angwusnasomtaqa
Ankti
Annawan
Annawon
Apash-Wyakaikt
Apenimon
Apiatan
Aponivi
Appanoose
Aranck
Arapoosh
Ar-ke-kee-tah
Arre-catte-Waho
Ashishishe
Ashkii
Ashkii-Dighin
Askook
Askuwheteau
Atagulkalu
Ata'halne'
Atepa
Atsidi
Attakullakulla
Avonaco
Awan
Awenasa
Awendela
Awenita
Awinita
Ayasha
Ayashe
Ayawamat

F
F
F
F
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
F
M
F
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
F
F
M
F
F
M
M
F
F
F
M
F
M
F
F
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
F
M
M
M
M
F
F
F
F
F
F
M

sight of day (Chippewa)
stays at home (Chippewa)
stays at home (Chippewa)
yellow leaf (Omaha)
wildcat (Algonquin)
keeper of the flame (Abnaki)
mouse (Algonquin)
spirit (Algonquin)
lives in the woods (Cherokee)
listener (Navajo)
tree (Kiowa)
tree (Kiowa)
large tree
tree (Kiowa)
blossom (Cherokee)
he laughs (Algonquin)
he fights (Navajo)
restless one (Hopi)
one who lives below (Cheyenne)
wings (Winnebago)
ambush
fighter (Sioux)
looks up
elm branch (Nez Perce)
grove of cottonwood
pea (Algonquin)
accomplished (Crow)
valley of flowers
haircut (Nez Perce)
antlers (Nez Perce)
spiritual guide (Hopi)
independent (Algonquin)
forest water (Cherokee)
rainbow
worker (Algonquin)
superior
another day (Sioux)
Crow mother spirit (Hopi)
repeat dance (Hopi)
Chief (Algonquin)
Chief (Algonquin)
flint necklace (Nez Perce)
worthy of trust
lance (Kiowa)
where the wind blows down the gap (Hopi)
child (Sauk)
Stars (Algonquin)
stomach ache (Crow)
stay (Oto)
large elk (Omaha)
crow (Crow)
boy (Navajo)
sacred child; holy child (Navajo)
snake (Algonquin)
he keeps watch (Algonquin)
pitched trees (Cherokee)
he interrupts (Navajo)
wigwam (Choctaw)
blacksmith (Navajo)
pitched trees (Cherokee)
lean bear (Cheyenne)
somebody
my home (Cherokee)
morning
fawn
fawn (Cherokee)
little one
little one (Chippewa)
one who follows orders (Hopi)

-B-

Bagwunagijik
Bemidii
Bemossed
Bena
Beshiltheeni
Bidziil
Bilagaana
Bimisi
Bisahalani
Bly
Bodaway
Bornbazine
Buegoneguig

M
M
M
F
M
M
M
M
M
F
M
M
M

hole in the sky (Chippewa)
river by a lake (Ojibwa)
walker
pheasant
metalworker (Navajo)
he is strong (Navajo)
white person (Navajo)
slippery
speaker (Navajo)
tall
fire maker
keeper of the flame (Abnaki)
hole in the sky (Chippewa)

-C-

Canowicakte
Cashesegra
Catori
Cetanwakuwa
Cha'akmongwi
Cha'kwaina
Chankoowashtay
Chansomps
Cha'risa
Chas-chunk-a
Chaska
Cha'tima
Chavatangakwunua
Cheasequah
Cheauka
Chebona-Bula
Chepi
Cherokee
Chesmu
Cheveyo
Chilam
Chimalis
Chitsa
Chitto
Chochmingwu
Chochmo
Chochokpi
Chochuschuvio
Chogan
Cholena
Choovio
Chosovi
Chosposi
Choviohoya
Chowilawu
Chu'a
Chuchip
Chu'mana
Chunta
Chu'si
Chuslum-Moxmox
Ciqala
Cochise
Coowescoowe

M
M
F
M
M
F
M
M
F
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
F
M
M
M
F
F
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M
F
M
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M
M
F
M
F
F
M
M
M
M
F
M
F
M
M
M
M

forest hunter (Sioux)
tracks of a large animal (Osage)
spirit (Hopi)
attacking hawk (Sioux)
crier chief (Hopi)
one who cries (Hopi)
good road (Sioux)
locust (Algonquin)
elk (Hopi)
wave (Winnebago)
first son born (Sioux)
the caller (Hopi)
short rainbow (Hopi)
red bird (Cherokee)
clay (Hopi)
laughing boy (Creek)
fairy (Algonquin)
One of the largest American Indian tribes
rough, abrasive, witty
spirit warrior (Hopi)
snowbird
bluebird
fair
brave (Creek)
corn mother (Hopi)
mud mound (Hopi)
throne for the clouds (Hopi)
white tailed deer (Hopi)
blackbird (Algonquin)
bird
antelope (Hopi)
bluebird (Hopi)
bluebird eye (Hopi)
young deer (Hopi)
joined together by water (Hopi)
snake (Hopi)
deer spirit (Hopi)
Snake maiden (Hopi)
cheating (Hopi)
snake flower (Hopi)
yellow bull (Nez Perce)
little one (Dakota)
wood; famous Chiricahua Apache warrior chief
egret (Cherokee)

-D-

Dadgayadoh
Dakotah
Dasan
Deganawidah
Degataga
Dekanawida
Delsy
Demothi
Denali
Dichali
Diwali
Dohasan
Dohate
Dohosan
Dyami

M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
F
M
M
M
M
M
M

gambling men (Seneca)
friend, ally - Tribal name
chief
two rivers running (Iroquois)
gathering (Cherokee)
two rivers running (Iroquois)
he is so
talks while walking
high one
talks later; speaks a lot
bowl (Cherokee)
cliff (Kiowa)
cliff (Kiowa)
cliff (Kiowa)
eagle

-E-

Ealahweemah
Ealaothek-Kaunis
Ealaot-Wadass
Eapalekthiloom
Edensaw
Elaskolatat
Elki
Elsu
Eluwilussit
Enapay
Enkoodabaoo
Enkoodabooaoo
Enli
Eskaminzim
Espowyes
Etchemin
Etenia
Etlelooaat
Eyanosa
Ezhno

M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
F
M
M
M

sleep (Nez Perce)
birds landing (Nez Perce)
earth (Nez Perce)
mound of clouds (Nez Perce)
glacier (Tlingit)
animal running into the ground (Nez Perce)
draping over
flying falcon
Holy one (Algonquin)
brave (Sioux)
One who lives alone (Algonquin)
One who lives alone (Algonquin)
I saw a dog
big mouth (Apache)
light on the mountain (Nez Perce)
canoe man (Algonquin)
rich
shouts (Algonquin)
big both ways (Sioux)
solitary

-F-

Fala
Flo

F
F

crow (Choctaw)
arrow

 
-G-

Gaagii
Gad
Gaho
Galilahi
Gosheven

M
M
F
F
M

raven (Navajo)
juniper tree (Navajo)
mother
attractive (Cherokee)
leaper

-H-

Hahkethomemah
Hahnee
Hakan
Hakidonmuya
Hania
Harkahome
Hassun
Hastiin
Hausis
Hausisse
Hawiovi
Heammawihio
Hehewuti
Hekli
Helaku
He-lush-ka
Heskovizenako
Hesutu
Hevataneo
Hevovitastamiutsto
Hiamovi
Hinto
Hohnihohkaiyohos
Hok'ee
Honani
Honaw
Honiahaka
Honon
Honovi
Hotah
Hotuaekhaashtait
Howahkan
Howi
Humita
Hurit
Huritt

M
M
M
F
M
M
M
M
F
F
M
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M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
F
M
M
M
M
F
F
M

little robe (Cheyenne)
beggar
fire
time of waiting (Hopi).
spirit warrior (Hopi)
little robe (Cheyenne)
stone (Algonquin)
man (Navajo)
old woman (Algonquin)
old woman (Algonquin)
going down the ladder (Hopi)
wise one above (Cheyenne)
warrior mother spirit (Hopi)
touch (Miwok)
full of sun
fighter (Winnebago)
porcupine bear (Cheyenne)
yellow jacket's nest rising out of the ground (Miwok)
hairy rope (Cheyenne)
whirlwind (Cheyenne)
high chief (Cheyenne)
blue (Dakota)
high backed wolf (Cheyenne)
abandoned (Navajo)
badger (Hopi)
bear (Hopi)
little wolf (Cheyenne)
bear (Miwok)
strong deer (Hopi)
white (Sioux)
tall bull (Cheyenne)
of the mysterious voice (Sioux)
turtle dove (Miwok)
shelled corn (Hopi)
beautiful (Algonquin)
handsome (Algonquin)

-I-

Igasho
Illanipi
Imala
Inteus
Istaqa
Istas
Ituha
Izusa

M
M
F
M
M
F
F
F

wanders
amazing
disciplines
has no shame
Coyote man (Hopi)
snow
sturdy oak
white stone

-J-

Jacy
Jolon 

M
M

moon
valley of the dead oaks

-K-

Kachada
Kaga
Kajika
Kakawangwa
Kangee
Kanti
Keegsquaw
Keezheekoni
Kele
Kesegowaase
Kestejoo
Kineks
Kirima
Kitchi
Kiwidinok
Knoton
Kohkahycumest
Kokyangwuti
Kolichiyaw
Koshisigre
Kosumi
Kotori
Kuckunniwi
Kuruk
Kuwanlelenta
Kuwanyamtiwa
Kuwanyauma
Kwahu
Kwatoko

M
M
M
F
M
F
F
F
M
M
M
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F
M
F
M
M
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M
M
M
M
M
M
F
F
F
M
M

white man (Hopi)
chronicler
walks without sound
bitter (Hopi)
raven (Sioux)
sings (Algonquin)
virgin (Algonquin)
burning fire (Chippewa)
sparrow (Hopi)
swift (Algonquin)
slave (Algonquin)
rosebud
a hill
brave (Algonquin).
of the wind (Chippewa
wind
white crow or white antelope (Cheyenne)
spider woman at middle age (Hopi)
skunk (Hopi)
tracks of a large animal (Osage)
fishes for salmon with spear (Miwok)
screech owl spirit (Hopi)
little wolf (Cheyenne)
bear (Pawnee)
to make beautiful surroundings (Hopi)
beautiful badger going over the hill (Hopi)
butterfly showing beautiful wings (Hopi)
eagle (Hopi)
bird with big beak (Hopi)

-L-

Lansa
Lapu
Lenmana
Lenno
Leotie
Leyti
Liwanu
Lokni
Lomahongva
Lomasi
Lonato
Lootah
Luyu

M
M
F
M
F
M
M
M
F
F
M
M
F

lance (Hopi)
cedar bark (Hopi)
flute girl (Hopi)
man
flower of the prairie
shaped like an abalone shell (Miwok)
growl of a bear (Miwok)
rain falls through the roof (Miwok)
beautiful clouds arising (Hopi)
pretty flower
flint
red (Sioux)
wild dove

-M-

Machakw
Machk
Mahal
Mahkah
Mahpee
Makkapitew
Makkitotosimew
Makya
Mantotohpa
Masichuvio
Maska
Matchitehew
Matchitisiw
Matoskah
Matunaagd
Matwau
Mausi
Maza-blaska
Megedagik
Mekledoodum
Memdi
Meoquanee
Meturato
Miakoda
Migisi
Milap
Minal
Mingan
Minninnewah
Misu
Mochni
Mojag
Mokatavatah
Moketavato
Moketaveto
Moketoveto
Moki
Mokovaoto
Molimo
Mongwau
Motavato
Motega
Muata
Mukki
Muraco

M
M
F
M
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M
F
M
M
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M
M
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M
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M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M

horny toad (Hopi)
bear (Algonquin)
woman
earth (Sioux)
sky (Sioux)
he has large teeth (Algonquin)
she has large breasts (Algonquin)
eagle hunter (Hopi)
four bears (Cheyenne)
grey deer (Hopi)
strong
he has an evil heart (Algonquin)
he has bad character (Algonquin)
white bear (Sioux)
fights (Algonquin)
enemy (Algonquin)
plucks flowers
flat iron (Dakota)
kills many (Algonquin)
conceited (Algonquin)
henna
wears red (Chippewa)
black kettle (Cheyenne)
power of the moon
eagle (Chippewa)
charitable
fruit
grey wolf
whirlwind (Cheyenne)
rippling brook (Miwok)
talking bird (Hopi)
never silent
black kettle (Cheyenne)
black kettle (Cheyenne)
black kettle (Cheyenne)
black kettle (Cheyenne)
deer (Hopi)
black kettle (Cheyenne)
bear walking into shade (Miwok)
owl (Hopi)
black kettle (Cheyenne)
new arrow
yellow jackets inside a nest (Miwok)
child (Algonquin)
white moon

 

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