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30+ Native American Wolf Names With Meanings

If you own a true wolf or a wolf-like dog, giving a name can become a challenge. These majestic creatures demand powerful, strong, loyal names. Or you can use as inspiration their appearance and give your wolf one of the following Native American names.

  •     Maheegan – Wolf (Algonquin)
  •     Tiva – Dance (Native American)
  •     Dakota – Allies or friends (Sioux)
  •     Mingan – Grey wolf (Algonquian)
  •     Tate – Stalking wolf (Native American)
  •     Otaktay – Kills many (Sioux)
  •     Macha – Aurora (Sioux)
  •     Nikan – My friend (Potawatomi)
  •     Honiahaka – Little wolf (Cheyenne)
  •     Tamaska – Mighty wolf (Native American)
  •     Hemene – Wolf (Nez Perce)
  •     Catori – Spirit (Hopi)
  •     Maiyun – Wolf (Cheyenne)
  •     Hototo – Warrior spirit who sings (Hopi)
  •     Lonan – Cloud (Zuni)
  •     Nashoba – Wolf (Choctaw)

  •     Maikoh – Wolf (Navajo)
  •     Honi – Wolf (Arapaho)
  •     Shilah – Brother (Navajo)
  •     Pauwau – Witch (Algonquian)
  •     Cochise – Hardwood (Apache)
  •     Kiyaya – Howling wolf (Yakima)
  •     Amarog – Wolf (Inuit)
  •     Meoquanee – Wears red (Chippewa)
  •     Tala – Wolf (Native American)
  •     Waya – Wolf (Cherokee)
  •     Tikaani – Wolf (Inuit)
  •     Urika – Useful (Omaha)
  •     Achak – Spirit (Native American)
  •     Micco – Chief (Seminole)
  •     Tëme – Wolf (Lenape)

So, have you picked the best wolf name for your pet wolf? If you need more suggestions, we also have a list of over 500 wolf names that also include Native American wolf names.