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Native American Cat Names (140 Meaningful Names)

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Native American Male Cat Names

  • Shilah – Brother
  • Hinto – Blue hair
  • Akando – Ambush
  • Kachada – White man
  • Igasho – Wanders
  • Anoki – Actor
  • Paco – Eagle
  • Koko – Night
  • Helaku – Full of sun
  • Dyami – Eagle
  • Kangee – Raven
  • Ashkii – Boy
  • Tokala – Fox
  • Nodin – Wind
  • Chayton – Falcon
  • Migisi – Eagle
  • Wigwam – A dwelling
  • Qaletaqa – Guardian of the people
  • Ahanu – He laughs
  • Odakota – Friend
  • Kuruk – Bear
  • Moki – Deer
  • Sahale – Falcon
  • Chogan – Blackbird
  • Dichali – Speaks a lot
  • Kohana – Swift
  • Allohak – Powerful one
  • Nikiti – Round; smooth
  • Kitchi – Brave
  • Kentucky – Land of tomorrow
  • Yuma – Son of a chief
  • Patwin – Man
  • Wapi – Lucky
  • Cheveyo – Hopi mythological figure
  • Sewati – Curved bear claw
  • Motega – New arrow
  • Neka – Wild goose
  • Sakima – King
  • Zuma – Lord frowns in anger
  • Helki – Touch
  • Elan – Friendly
  • Skah – White
  • Kosumi – Fishes for salmon with spear
  • Wakiza – Desperate warrior
  • Onawa – Wide awake
  • Tocho – Mountain lion
  • Sike – He sits at home
  • Maska – Strong
  • Hongvi – Strong
  • Kajika – Walks without sound
  • Ohanko – Reckless
  • Liwanu – Growl of a bear
  • Etu – Sun
  • Mosi – Cat
  • Honani – Badger
  • Nahele – Forest
  • Takoda – Friend to everyone
  • Yoki – Rain

Native American Female Cat Names

  • Koko – Night
  • Nuna – Land
  • Tadita – One who runs
  • Sitala – Of good memory
  • Dyani – Deer
  • Aponi – Butterfly
  • Nascha – Owl
  • Shima – Mother
  • Salali – Squirrel
  • Papina – Ivy
  • Sihu – Flower
  • Zihna – Spins
  • Urika – Useful to all
  • Una – Remember
  • Winona – First daughter
  • Huyana – Falling rain
  • Kanti – Sings
  • Tala – Wolf
  • Yoki – Rain
  • Magena – Moon
  • Kai – Willow tree
  • Kaliska – Coyote chasing deer
  • Yamka – Blossom
  • Kachina – Spirit, sacred dancer
  • Tablita – Tiara
  • Cocheta – Stranger
  • Waki – Shelter
  • Cheyenne – Red-speak
  • Mai – Coyote
  • Tallulah – Running water
  • Almika – She of the sun
  • Ayana – Blossom
  • Dakota – The allies
  • Shadi – Older sister
  • Mika – Racoon
  • Nara – Place name
  • Teetonka – Talks too much
  • Nina – Strong
  • Utah – People of the mountain
  • Mosi – Cat
  • Fala – Crow
  • Onawa – Wide awake
  • Mahu – A Hopi mythological name
  • Huata – Carrying seeds in a basket
  • Chapa – Beaver
  • Malia – Bitter
  • Alawa – Pea
  • Tama – Thunder
  • Waneta – Shape shifter
  • Wigwam – A dwelling
  • Migisi – Eagle
  • Takala – Corn tassel
  • Quanah – Good smelling
  • Chaska – Star; Star goddess
  • Catori – Spirit
  • Kiona – Brown hills/mountain
  • Nova – Food

Mythological Native American Names for Cats

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  • Wakanda (The great Creator power of the Osage, Omaha, and Ponca tribes. Wakanda is an abstract, omnipresent creative force.)
  • Kipitaki (Old Lady and her husband, Napi (Old Man), are the culture heroes and Transformer figures of the Blackfoot tribe.)
  • Windigo (The evil man-eating giant of Anishinabe mythology.)
  • Kame and Keri (Twin creator gods of the Bakairi tribe. Together with his brother Keri, Kame adapted the world for humans to live on, and taught them to use fire and hunt.)
  • Evaki (The Bakairi night goddess, aunt of the twin culture heroes Keri and Kame.)
  • Stonecoat (The name of a mythological rock giant of the Iroquois-speaking tribes.)
  • Isha (The creator god and culture hero of the Shoshone, Bannock, and Northern Paiute tribes.)
  • Chirich (The coyote deity Chirich is the trickster figure of Arikara mythology.)
  • Uktena (A dragon-like horned serpent of Cherokee legend. The first Uktena was said to be transformed from a human man in a failed assassination attempt on the sun.)
  • Caddaja (A terrifying horned snake or ogre, depending on which legend you read.)
  • Maneto (An underwater giant serpent, common to the legends of most Algonquian tribes.)
  • Azeban (A lower-level trickster spirit in Abenaki mythology. Azeban is a raccoon, the Abenaki trickster figure.)
  • Jamul (The Coyote deity of the Achumawi tribe. Unlike some Native American cultures, the Achumawi view Coyote in a generally positive light – Jamul does sometimes play the role of a trickster or womanizer.)
  • Asin (A cannibal ogress from the mythology of the Alsea tribe.)
  • Nanook (In Inuit mythology, Nanook was the master of bears.)
  • Tamosi (The great Creator god of the Carib tribe. His name means “the Ancient One”.)
  • Pinga (Goddess of the hunt, fertility, and medicine. Sedna – sea goddess, ruler of the underworld.)
  • Whiskey-Jack (The benevolent culture hero of the Cree tribe.)
  • Kolowa (A kind of hairy, man-eating ogre from Creek mythology.)