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200 Native American Dog Names from Nature with Meanings


You may choose one of the names in the list below because of your Native American heritage, or if you’re looking for a unique name.

  •     Migina – Fairy woman
  •     Inola – Black fox
  •     Wuti – Woman
  •     Aiyana – Eternal blossom
  •     Halona – Happy fortune
  •     Hateya – To make a footprint
  •     Aditsan – Listener
  •     Yuma – Son of the Chief (Navajo)
  •     Amadahy – Forest water
  •     Elsu – Flying falcon
  •     Cheveyo – Spirit warrior
  •     Menewa – Great warrior
  •     Eyota – Great
  •     Kimi – Secret (Algonquin)
  •     Kitchi – Brave (Algonquin)
  •     Dakota – Friend (Sioux)
  •     Tattuye – A fox
  •     Tyee – Chief
  •     Hassun – Stone
  •     Helki – Touch
  •     Tepkunset – Moon
  •     Nayeli – ‘I love you’
  •     Atepa – Wigwam
  •     Kasa – Dressed in furs (Hopi)
  •     Arizona – Little spring
  •     Sahale – Like a falcon
  •     Nokosi – Bear (Seminole)
  •     Enyeto – Walks as a boar
  •     Makya – Eagle hunter
  •     Nakos – Sage
  •     Chlumani – Dew
  •     Nizhoni – Pretty
  •     Maikoh – Wolf (Navajo)
  •     Shikoba – A feather
  •     Macha – Aurora
  •     Tokala – Fox
  •     Delsin – ‘He is so’
  •     Mato – Bear
  •     Mansi – Plucked flowers (Hopi)
  •     Aylen – Happiness
  •     Bodaway – Fire maker
  •     Mika – Intelligent raccoon

  •     Meli – Daughter
  •     Soma – Sun
  •     Yansa – Buffalo (Cherokee)
  •     Neewa – Four
  •     Mona – Noble one
  •     Nese – Two
  •     Alawa – Pea (Algonquin)
  •     Hokaratcha – Pole cat
  •     Bidaban – Beginning of dawn
  •     Winona – First born daughter
  •     Mongwau – Owl
  •     Kineks – Rosebud
  •     Kai – Willow tree
  •     Hakan – Fire
  •     Diwali – Bowls
  •     Tooantuh – Spring frog
  •     Bena – Pheasant
  •     Askook – Snake
  •     Fala – Crow
  •     Tayen – A new moon
  •     Goga – Summer
  •     Papina – Ivy
  •     Yoki – Rain (Hopi)
  •     Pazi – Yellow bird
  •     Kateri – The mohawk
  •     Luyu – Wild dove
  •     Hotha – A man who is gray
  •     Waapi – White
  •     Kuruk – Bear (Pawnee)
  •     Iye – Smoke
  •     Enapay – Brave and powerful
  •     Akando – Ambush
  •     Nova – Chases butterfly (Hopi)
  •     Raini – The creator
  •     Enesta – Hear
  •     Lye – Smoke
  •     Adahy – Lives in the woods
  •     Wakanda – Possesses magic (Sioux)
  •     Achak – Spirit
  •     Sinopa – Fox
  •     Pati – Fish basket
  •     Ahawi – Deer
  •     Lulu – Rabbit (Hopi)
  •     Taima – Thunder
  •     Lonato – Flint stone
  •     Nikan – My friend (Potawatomi)
  •     Calian – A warrior of life
  •     Bly – Tall
  •     Henna – Red
  •     Tallulah – Leaping water (Choctaw)

  •     Luta – Red
  •     Jolon – Valley of the dead oak
  •     Tanis – Daughter
  •     Pavita – Clear water (Hopi)
  •     Aviaja – My cousin
  •     Abeytu – Green leaf
  •     Chepi – Fairy
  •     Axe – Father of peace
  •     Huslu – Shaggy bear
  •     Jacy – Moon
  •     Cailan – A warrior of life
  •     Kaya – Pure
  •     Quanah – Fragrant
  •     Maka – Earth (Sioux)
  •     Koko – Night (Blackfoot)
  •     Niaran – Five
  •     Tadita – One who runs
  •     Makwa – Bear (Algonquin)
  •     Paytah – Born out of fire
  •     Halyn – Unique
  •     Misu – Rippling Brook (Miwok)
  •     Doba – There was no war
  •     Winnie – Fair one
  •     Laneetees – Big elk
  •     Kele – Sparrow (Hopi)
  •     Catahecassa – Black hoof
  •     Hanska – Tall (Sioux)
  •     Kanti – Sings (Algonquin)
  •     Winema – Chief
  •     Weeko – Pretty (Sioux)
  •     Mahkah – One who belongs to and is one with the Earth.
  •     Tiva – Dance (Hopi)
  •     Rozene – Rose
  •     Annawan – Chief
  •     Anna – Mother
  •     Kiona – Brown mountain
  •     Lusio – Light
  •     Mitexi – Sacred moon
  •     Kohana – Swift (Sioux)
  •     Awinita – Fawn
  •     Tocho – Mountain lion
  •     Awendela – Fawn
  •     Nistu – Three
  •     Tala – Wolf
  •     Adsila – Blossom
  •     Etu – Sun
  •     Pinon – Name of a myth
  •     Tatanka – A bull buffalo
  •     Kinta – Deer (Potawatomi)
  •     Cherokee – Native American tribe
  •     Seke – Black
  •     Chaska – First born son
  •     Maska – Strong
  •     Ama – Water (Cherokee)
  •     Aponi – Butterfly
  •     Elan – Friendly
  •     Dyani – Deer
  •     Tama – Thunder
  •     Peta – Golden Eagle
  •     Sihu – Flower (Hopi)
  •     Micco – Chief (Seminole)
  •     Doli – Bluebird
  •     Honi – Wolf (Arapaho)
  •     Calusa – A Native American tribe
  •     Skah – White
  •     Akecheta – Fighter
  •     Kilchii – Red boy
  •     Dena – Valley
  •     Bidziil – Strong man
  •     Catori – Spirit
  •     Chenoa – Dove
  •     Onida – Child of importance
  •     Ahmik – Beaver
  •     Enemene – Sing
  •     Sitsi – Daughter
  •     Nayavu – Clay
  •     Sayen – Loveable
  •     Sunki – To “catch up with”

  •     Liseli – Light
  •     Ituha – Sturdy oak
  •     Denali – Great one
  •     Piapot – Lightning
  •     Pallaton – Warrior
  •     Ahunu – He laughs
  •     Etenia – Rich
  •     Chilam – Snowbird
  •     Alo – Spiritual guide
  •     Hinto – Having deep blue eyes
  •     Dyami – Eagle
  •     Atim – Dog
  •     Kenesaw – Grass
  •     Sasa – Goose
  •     Miki – Little (Inuit)
  •     Naira – Girl with large eyes
  •     Chatan – Hawk
  •     Kwanita – Meaning ‘God is gracious’
  •     Japa – To chant
  •     Pezi – Grass
  •     Herrick – Leader of an army
  •     Dasan – A chief
  •     Atsila – Fire
  •     Sawni – Echo
  •     Takoda – Friend to everyone (Sioux)
  •     Gad – Juniper tree
  •     Patwin – Man
  •     Tahki – Cold
  •     Wyanet – Beautiful
  •     Yahto – Blue

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