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Abedabun

The name Abedabun is of Native American Chippewa origin. The meaning of Abedabun is "dawn, sight of day". Abed ... Read More

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Abequa

The name Abequa is of Native American Chippewa origin. The meaning of Abequa is "stays at home". Abequa is gen ... Read More

Female

Abeque

The name Abeque is of Native American Chippewa origin. The meaning of Abeque is "stays at home". Abeque is gen ... Read More

Female

Aberri

Sight of day (Chippewa).. ... Read More

Female

Abetzi

The name Abetzi is of Native American Omaha origin. The meaning of Abetzi is "yellow leaf". Abetzi is generall ... Read More

Female

Abeytu

The name Abeytu is of Native American Omaha origin. The meaning of Abeytu is "green leaf". Abeytu is generally ... Read More

Female

Abijam

Stays at home (Chippewa).. ... Read More

Female

Abikanile

Stays at home (Chippewa).. ... Read More

Female

Abooksigun

The name Abooksigun is of Native American Algonquin origin. The meaning of Abooksigun is "wildcat". Abooksigun ... Read More

Male

Abukcheech

The name Abukcheech is of Native American Algonquin origin. The meaning of Abukcheech is "mouse". Abukcheech i ... Read More

Male

Achak

The name Achak is of Native American Algonquin origin. The meaning of Achak is "spirit". Achak is generally us ... Read More

Male

Achall

Abnaki word for keeper of the flame.. ... Read More

Male

Acrisioniades

Mouse (Algonquin).. ... Read More

Male

Adahy

The name Adahy is of Native American Cherokee origin. The meaning of Adahy is "lives in the woods". Adahy is g ... Read More

Male

Adejola

Lives in the woods (Cherokee).. ... Read More

Male

Adoette

The name Adoette is of Native American origin. The meaning of Adoette is "large tree". Adoette is generally us ... Read More

Female

Adsila

The name Adsila is of Native American Cherokee origin. The meaning of Adsila is "blossom". Adsila is generally ... Read More

Female

Afryea

Kiowa word for tree.. ... Read More

Male

Ahanu

The name Ahanu is of Native American Algonquin origin. The meaning of Ahanu is "he laughs". Ahanu is generally ... Read More

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Aharah

Blossom (Cherokee).. ... Read More

Female

Ahmik

The name Ahmik is of Native American origin. The meaning of Ahmik is "beaver". Ahmik is generally used as a bo ... Read More

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Ahote

The name Ahote is of Native American Hopi origin. The meaning of Ahote is "restless one". Ahote is generally u ... Read More

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Ahtahkakoop

The name Ahtahkakoop is of Native American Cree origin. The meaning of Ahtahkakoop is "star blanket". Ahtahkak ... Read More

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Ahtunowhiho

The name Ahtunowhiho is of Native American Cheyenne origin. The meaning of Ahtunowhiho is "one who lives below ... Read More

Male

Ahuitzotl

Ahuitzotl was the eighth Aztec ruler, the Hueyi Tlatoani of the city of Tenochtitlan ... Read More

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Aiyana

The name Aiyana is of Native American origin. The meaning of Aiyana is "forever flowering". Aiyana is generall ... Read More

Female

Aiyanna

The name Aiyanna is of Native American origin. The meaning of Aiyanna is "forever flowering". Aiyanna is gener ... Read More

Female

Akando

The name Akando is of Native American origin. The meaning of Akando is "ambush". Akando is generally used as a ... Read More

Male

Akecheta

The name Akecheta is of Native American Sioux origin. The meaning of Akecheta is "warrior, fighter". Akecheta ... Read More

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Akikta

Work with determination; excels in everything ... Read More

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Akuabia

He fights (Navajo).. ... Read More

Male

Akule

The name Akule is of Native American origin. The meaning of Akule is "looks up". Akule is generally used as a ... Read More

Male

Alaka'i

Beaver.. ... Read More

Male

Alaqua

The name Alaqua is of Native American origin. The meaning of Alaqua is "sweet gum tree". Alaqua is generally u ... Read More

Female

Alarbus

Winnebago word for wings.. ... Read More

Male

Alaska

. Alaska is good for parents who want a name that is unique and mesmerizing. Daring yet sweet, the name is a g ... Read More

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Alawa

The name Alawa is of Native American Algonquin origin. The meaning of Alawa is "pea". Alawa is generally used ... Read More

Female

Aleshanee

The name Aleshanee is of Native American origin. The meaning of Aleshanee is "one who plays". Aleshanee is gen ... Read More

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Algoma

The name Algoma is of Native American origin. The meaning of Algoma is "valley of flowers". Algoma is generall ... Read More

Female

Alicya

Ambush.. ... Read More

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Native American Names

Search Native American Names with meanings, origin, fortune and history behind your favorite names. Get great ideas for Native American baby names from around the world.

The origin of a name can be very important if you are looking to find a baby name that is related to your own family or part of your culture.

Choosing your baby’s name is a big responsibility. It’s the name that he or she will carefully practice writing out to sign magnificent pieces of preschool artwork. It’s the name your child will use to introduce and identify him or herself.

Perhaps you want to choose a unique name that sets your child apart; maybe you want to choose a family name that has deep meaning to you; or maybe you just want a pretty name that’s fun or easy to say.

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People give certain names to their children for various reasons – to honor someone, like a favored relative or famous person (like your uncle Michael, or John F. Kennedy); because the name itself translates to something special (like my name, Timothy, translates to “serving God”), to provide a sense of uniqueness in the world (like the name of someone I knew in college gave to her daughter – Tanji), or to be frivolous (as in the case of parents who might name their child “Lucifer” or “Messiah” or “23”). In some cultures which use descriptive phrases or nouns for names, as in some Native American tribes, it is seen as bestowing the gifts or talents described in the phrase, such as Running Rabbit or Flying Arrow.

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