Inca NamesTotal Names: 27
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Canchari

Place name and surname in Peru and Argentina.. ... Read More

Male

Capac-Tupac

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Male

Cariapata

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Male

Cayo-Topa

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Male

Chalcuchima

A great Inca warrior.. ... Read More

Male

Challco

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Male

Chiaquitinta

A great Inca captain.. ... Read More

Male

Chiguan-Topa

18th-century Peruvian Cacique don Marcos Chiguan Topa (among other namesakes).. ... Read More

Male

Chilche

A great Inca lord.. ... Read More

Male

Chimbo-Aca

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Female

Chimbo-Ocllo

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Female

Chimbo-Urma

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Female

Chimpu

Bolivian.. ... Read More

Female

Choque-Suyo

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Female

Chumbi-Carua

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Female

Chunchos

A place name in Peru.. ... Read More

Male

Colla-Topa

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Male

Condorcanqui

A province in Peru. Also the name of an 18th-century leader who was a descendant of the last great Inca ruler. ... Read More

Male

Coyllas

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Male

Cura-Ocllo

The sister-wife of the last Inca Emperor of Peru.. ... Read More

Female

Curi-Paucar

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Male

Curiatao

Historical meaning unknown. ... Read More

Male

Curicuillor

A name from Inca legend.. ... Read More

Female

Cusi

Titu Cusi became the Inca (term for the leader of the Inca people) from 1560 to 1571, usurping the throne.. ... Read More

Male

Cusi-Huarcay

An Inca princess.. ... Read More

Female

Cusichaca

A place name in ancient Inca region of Peru.. ... Read More

Male

Cusirimay

An Inca queen.. ... Read More

Female

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