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Over 100 Best Native American Cat Names with Meanings

The United State of America has influenced the way we think and do things. It has become the role model of every country around the world, including the way we name things. If you have a cat and are looking for a name for your precious one, giving American names would be a good choice since it’s commonly known. So here is our full list of American cat name ideas to help you find the perfect name for your adorable kitten. 

Male Cat Names

  •     Ashkii – Boy
  •     Onawa – Wide awake
  •     Honani – Badger
  •     Ciqala – Little one
  •     Mosi – Cat
  •     Kohana – Swift
  •     Nikiti – Round; smooth
  •     Nodin – Wind
  •     Tocho – Mountain lion
  •     Motega – New arrow
  •     Wakiza – Desperate warrior
  •     Qaletaqa – Guardian of the people
  •     Sike – He sits at home
  •     Chayton – Falcon  (one of our classic native American male cat names)
  •     Takoda – Friend to everyone
  •     Dyami – Eagle
  •     Hongvi – Strong
  •     Ohanko – Reckless
  •     Gaagii – Raven
  •     cata – Golden Eagle
  •     Patwin – Man
  •     Kangee – Raven
  •     Allohak – Powerful one
  •     Migisi – Eagle
  •     Kitchi – Brave
  •     Enyeto – Walks as a boar
  •     Paco – Eagle (one of our native American cat names)
  •     Helaku – Full of sun
  •     Shilah – Brother
  •     Sakima – King
  •     Zuma – Lord frowns in anger
  •     Neka – Wild goose
  •     Chogan – Blackbird
  •     Cheveyo – Hopi mythological figure

  •     Koko – Night
  •     Wigwam – A dwelling
  •     Hinto – Blue hair
  •     Helki – Touch
  •     Kachada – White man
  •     Kuruk – Bear
  •     Yoki – Rain
  •     Makya – Eagle hunter
  •     Yuma – Son of a chief
  •     Igasho – Wanders
  •     Dichali – Speaks a lot
  •     Ahanu – He laughs
  •     Odakota – Friend
  •     Skah – White
  •     Elan – Friendly
  •     Sahale – Falcon
  •     Etu – Sun
  •     Nahele – Forest
  •     Tokala – Fox
  •     Kentucky – Land of tomorrow
  •     Maska – Strong
  •     Anoki – Actor
  •     Akando – Ambush
  •     Moki – Deer
  •     Sewati – Curved bear claw
  •     Kosumi – Fishes for salmon with spear

Female Cat Names

  •     Zihna – Spins
  •     Tablita – Tiara
  •     Nuna – Land
  •     Migisi – Eagle
  •     Kiona – Brown hills/mountain
  •     Dakota – The allies
  •     Cocheta – Stranger
  •     Utah – People of the mountain
  •     Nascha – Owl
  •     Takala – Corn tassel
  •     Nina – Strong
  •     Shima – Mother (one of our classic American Female cat names)
  •     Tadita – One who runs
  •     Mosi – Cat
  •     Nova – Food
  •     Sitala – Of good memory
  •     Nara – Place name
  •     Mahu – A Hopi mythological name
  •     Alawa – Pea
  •     Ayita – First to dance
  •     Eyota – Great
  •     Sihu – Flower
  •     Salali – Squirrel
  •     Huata – Carrying seeds in a basket
  •     Lequoia – Alteration of ‘Sequoia’
  •     Haloke – Salmon
  •     Mika – Racoon
  •     Urika – Useful to all
  •     Wigwam – A dwelling
  •     Shadi – Older sister
  •     Almika – She of the sun

  •     Kaliska – Coyote chasing deer
  •     Malia – Bitter
  •     Chapa – Beaver
  •     Koko – Night
  •     Una – Remember
  •     Yamka – Blossom
  •     Aponi – Butterfly
  •     Ayana – Blossom
  •     Cheyenne – Red-speak
  •     Kachina – Spirit, sacred dancer
  •     Tallulah – Running water
  •     Chaska – Star
  •     Fala – Crow
  •     Quanah – Good smelling
  •     Waki – Shelter
  •     Teetonka – Talks too much
  •     Luyu – Wild dove
  •     Waneta – Shape shifter
  •     Catori – Spirit
  •     cata – Golden Eagle
  •     Papina – Ivy
  •     Tala – Wolf
  •     Magena – Moon
  •     Dyani – Deer
  •     Yoki – Rain
  •     Tama – Thunder
  •     Mai – Coyote
  •     Onawa – Wide awake
  •     Kanti – Sings

American names are commonly used around the world. If you are looking for names rarely used and inspired from any country around the globe, you can find it on our international cat names.