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370 Native American Dog Names with Meanings

Native American Male Dog Names

  • Quanah – Fragrant, smelling sweet
  • Shaman – A tribal medicine holy man
  • Qaletaqa – Guardian
  • Motega – New arrow
  • Buck – Deer
  • Yuma – Son of chief
  • Jacy – Healer
  • Huslu – Shaggy bear
  • Allohak – Powerful one
  • Bidaban – Dawn, perfect human
  • Cheveyo – Legend
  • Lansa – Lance
  • Powa – Wellness
  • Enapay – Brave and powerful
  • Skah – White
  • Keme – Secret thunder
  • Dyami – Majestic Eagle
  • Enyeto – Walks like a boar
  • Mingan – Dark wolf
  • Honi – Wolf (in Arapaho)
  • Kawa – Great (in Apache)
  • Maka – Earth (in Sioux)
  • Nikiti – Round
  • Feo – True hearted
  • Tahoma – Shoreline (in Navajo)
  • Hanska – Tall (in Sioux)
  • Anoki – Actor
  • Helaku – Full of sun
  • Ohanko – Restless
  • Patamon – Tempest
  • Tokala – Fox
  • Raini – The creator
  • Alo – A spiritual guide
  • Achak – Spirit
  • Nashoba – Wolf (in Choctaw)
  • Pallaton – Warrior
  • Chogan – Black bird
  • Etu – Sun
  • Bidzill – He is strong
  • Tansy – Immortal
  • Paco – Eagle
  • Helki – Touch
  • Elsu – Flying falcon
  • Akando – Ambush, powerful and wealthy
  • Len – Brave lion
  • Nantan – Chief
  • Huslu – Hairy bear
  • Yoki – Rain
  • Chas Chunka – Wave
  • Kai – Rejoice
  • Tocho – Mountain lion
  • Asahavey – Perfect leader
  • Hotha – Gray man
  • Nodin – Wind
  • Maska – Strong

  • Pontiac – Odawa war chief
  • Apache – A famous Native American tribe
  • Ashkii – Boy
  • Mahaska – White cloud
  • Liwanu – Growl of a bear
  • Tyee – Commander
  • Laneetees – Big elk
  • Nibaw – Standing tall
  • Chayton – Falcon
  • Zuma – God’s anger
  • Luta – Red or beautiful
  • Ouray – Sharp as an arrow
  • Ohanzee – Dark shade
  • Kele – Sparrow
  • Dasan – Chief
  • Sakima – King
  • Lonato – Flint stone
  • Kenesaw – Grass
  • Wakiza – Warrior
  • Sahale – Like a falcon
  • Piapot – A person who knows the Sioux secret
  • Akikta – Working with determination
  • Kohana – Swift
  • Makya – Eagle hunter
  • Manco – Foundation
  • Kangee – Raven
  • Catahecassa – Black hoof
  • Istu – Sugar
  • Gad – Fortune
  • Ciqala – Small one
  • Caiya – Being near
  • Kitchi – Brave
  • Mahkah – One who belongs to
  • Kachada – White man
  • Hassun – Stone
  • Hongvi – Strong
  • Elan – Tree or a friendly and good person
  • Wazi – Wizard
  • Tattuye – A fox
  • Pegalesharro – A man’s chief
  • Apiatan – Wooden Lance
  • Chesmu – Grainy
  • Calian – A warrior of life
  • Koda – Friend or Ally
  • Ahanu – He laughs
  • Pays – One who is coming
  • Dakotah – Friend of friends
  • Paytah – Born out of fire
  • Japa – Chant
  • Hinto – Blue
  • Kosumi – Hunts fish
  • Gaagii – Raven
  • Kajika – Walks quietly
  • Tatanka – A bull buffalo
  • Tasunke – Horse
  • Hakan – Emperor
  • Halian – Youthful
  • Tadi – Wind

Native American Female Dog Names

  • Chapa – Beaver
  • Una – One
  • Kiona – Brown mountain
  • Nita – Bear
  • Kaya – Pure
  • Huyana – Falling rain
  • Tala – Wolf
  • Rozene – Rose blossom
  • Ayasha – Small one
  • Papina – Ivy
  • Zihna – Spins
  • Mansi – Paintbrush
  • Soyala – Winter solstice
  • Kimi – Secret
  • Haloke – Salmon
  • Halyn – Unique
  • Helki – Touch
  • Kineks – Rosebud
  • Mona – Noble one
  • Nese – Two
  • Mai – Coyote
  • Atepa – Wigwam
  • Enesta – Hear
  • Ayita – First to dance
  • Chenoa – White dove
  • Zonata – Trusted, faithful
  • Magena – Moon
  • Nistu – Three
  • Enemene – Sing
  • Aviaja – Positive
  • Chumani – Drops of dew
  • Dakota – Friends
  • Waneta – Shape-shifter
  • Chimalis – Bluebird
  • Adsila – Blossom
  • Tanis – Daughter
  • Nizhoni – Beautiful one
  • Tama – Jewel
  • Almika – She of the sun
  • Meli – Daughter
  • Kateri – The Mohawk
  • Nuna – Land
  • Tablita – Tiara
  • Hateya – Leaving tracks
  • Hurit – Beautiful
  • Taini – New moon
  • Chaska – Star goddess
  • Istas – Snow
  • Abey – Leaf
  • Aiyana – Eternal blossom
  • Snana – Jingle
  • Flo – Arrow
  • Bly – Tall

  • Hinto – Deep blue eyes
  • Wyanet – Beautiful
  • Tallulah – Running water
  • Peta – Golden eagle
  • Mika – Beautiful smell
  • Odina – Hills
  • Na’estse – One
  • Ama – Water (in Cherokee)
  • Fala – Crow
  • Awendea – Beautiful morning
  • Niaran – Five
  • Yamka – Blossom
  • Awendela – Fawn
  • Dyani – Fast and clever like a deer
  • Adila – Blossom
  • Aponi – Butterfly
  • Orenda – Supernatural
  • Amadahy – Forest water
  • Winona – First daughter (in Sioux)
  • Bena – Patridge
  • Etenia – Wealthy
  • Chilali – Snow bird
  • Taima – Thunder
  • Awinita – Fawn
  • Nova – Chasing butterflies
  • Dena – Slender
  • Poloma – Bow
  • Nina – Strong
  • Aylen – Happiness
  • Kachina – Sacred dancer
  • Tiponi – Important child (in Hopi)
  • Itzel – Rainbow
  • Catori – Spirit
  • Halona – Happy fortune
  • Mansi – plucked flower
  • Kayah – Wise Child
  • Navajo – A Native American tribe in the southwest
  • Chilam – Snowbird
  • Tehya – Precious
  • Kasa – Dressed in fur
  • Wigwam – Dwelling
  • Nayeli – I love you
  • Luyu – Wild dove
  • Tepkunset – Moon
  • Denali – Great one
  • Muna – Hope
  • Pocahontas – Daughter of a powerful Powhatan Chief
  • Seke- Black
  • Maji – Leave
  • Enola – Solitary
  • Imala – Disciplines
  • Hokaratcha – Pole cat
  • Atotoztli – Something which is not so clear
  • Eyota – Great
  • Soma – Sun
  • Achak – Spirit
  • Neewa – Four

Strong Native American Dog Names

  • Yuma – Chief ‘s song (in Navajo)
  • Yansa – Buffalo (in Cherokee)
  • Ahonu – He who laughs (in Algonquin)
  • Nokosi – Bear (in Seminole)
  • Honi – Wolf (in Arapaho)
  • Animosh – Dog (in Algonquin)
  • Kohana – Swift (in Sioux)
  • Denali – Great One
  • Bly – Tall
  • Eyota – Great
  • Honann – Bear (in Miwok)
  • Micco – Chief (in Seminole)
  • Maikoh – Wolf (in Navajo)
  • Nina – Strong
  • Kitchi – Brave (in Algonquin)
  • Honovi – Powerful deer (in Hopi)
  • Koa – Strong and brave (Hawaiian)
  • Kuruk – Bear (in Pawnee)
  • Makwa – Bear (in Algonquin)
  • Wakanda – Possessing Magic (in Sioux)
  • Keme – Thunder (in Algonquin)
  • Tonka – Bull (Dakota)
  • Maska – Strong and brave
  • Omitaa – Dog
  • Miwak – Bear growl (in Miwok)
  • Hanska – Tall (in Sioux)

Cute Native American Dog Names

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  • Miki – Little (in Inuit)
  • Winona – Giving (in Sioux)
  • Kele – Sparrow (in Hopi)
  • Wakanda – One with magical powers (in Sioux)
  • Onawa – Wide awake
  • Mansi – Plucked flowers (in Hopi)
  • Yuma – Chief’s song (in Navajo)
  • Una – One
  • Nova – Chasing butterfly (in Hopi)
  • Sihu – Flower (in Hopi)
  • Dakota – Friend (in Sioux)
  • Sequoyah – Sparrow (in Cherokee)
  • Lulu – Rabbit (in Hopi)
  • Mika – Smart raccoon
  • Koko – Night, Black foot
  • Pakwa – Frog (in Hopi)
  • Mona – Noble one
  • Ogin – Wild rose
  • Takoda – Friend to all (in Sioux)
  • Matto – Warrior
  • Nikan – My friend (in Potawatomi)
  • Rozene – Rose
  • Alawa – Pea (in Algonquin)
  • Cherokee – One of the most powerful and strong tribes
  • Sitsi – Daughter (in Navajo)
  • Kimi – Secret (in Algonquin)
  • Mukki – Child (in Algonquian)
  • Kaya – Pure
  • Pules – Pigeon (in Algonquian)
  • Tiva – Dance (in Hopi)
  • Onida – The one who is searched for (in Sioux)
  • Salali – Squirrel (in Cherokee)
  • Kanti – Singing (in Algonquin)
  • Weeko – Pretty (in Sioux)
  • Mochni – Talking bird (in Hopi)
  • Kasa – Dressed in Fur (in Hopi)
  • Nuttah – My heart (in Algonquian)

Nature-inspired Native American Dog Names

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  • Ama – Water (in Cherokee)
  • Alawa – Pea (in Algonquin)
  • Misu – Rippling brook (in Miwok)
  • Yoki – Rain (in Hopi)
  • Mika – Intelligent raccoon
  • Kewanee – Prairie hen (in Potawatomi)
  • Tala – Wolf
  • Leotie – Flower of the prairie
  • Peta – Golden eagle
  • Chumani – Dewdrops (in Sioux)
  • Adsila – Blossom (in Cherokee)
  • Aponi – Butterfly
  • Pavita – Clear Water (in Hopi)
  • Awanata – Turtle (in Miwok)
  • Koko – Night (in Blackfoot)
  • Maka – Earth (in Sioux)
  • Tallulah – Leaping water (in Choctaw)
  • Abetzi – Yellow leaf (in Omaha)
  • Amitola – Rainbow
  • Aiyana – Eternal blossom
  • Kai – Willow Tree (in Navajo)
  • Awantia – Fawn
  • Kiona – Brown mountain
  • Abedabun – Sight of the day (in Cheyenne)
  • Kinta – Deer (in Potawatomi)
  • Lulu – Rabbit (in Hopi)
  • Cholena – Bird
  • Kele – Sparrow (in Hopi)
  • Chapa – Beaver (in Sioux)

Native American Names for Wolf

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  • Amarog – Wolf (in Inuit)
  • Maheegan – Wolf (in Algonquin)
  • Tikaani – Wolf (in Inuit)
  • Maiyun – Wolf (in Cheyenne)
  • Kiyaya – Howling wolf (in Yakima)
  • Hemene – Wolf (in Nez Perce)
  • Honiahaka – Little wolf (in Cheyenne)
  • Waya – Wolf (in Cherokee)
  • Maikoh – Wolf (in Navajo)
  • Honi – Wolf (in Arapaho)
  • Apisi – Coyote (in Blackfoot)

Noble Native American Dog Names

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  • Yuma – Son of the Chief (in Navajo)
  • Micco – Chief (in Seminole)
  • Alii – Chief (in Hawaiian)
  • Desna – Boss (in Inuit)
  • Hiamovi – High Chief (in Cheyenne)
  • Bidziil – He who is strong (in Navajo)
  • Kahuna – Held in high esteem (in Hawaiian)
  • Awan – Somebody (in Awan)
  • Akiak – Brave (In Inuit)

Color-based Native American Dog Names

  • Hento – Blue (in Dakota)
  • Skah – White (in Sioux)
  • Sesi – Snow (in Inuit)
  • Muraco – White moon
  • Kilchii – Red boy (in Navajo)
  • Gomda – Crow (in Kiowa)
  • Sioux – Raven or crow (in Kangee)
  • Fala – Crow (in Choctaw)
  • Suki – Black (in Algonquin)

Native American Names for Big Dogs

  • Kai – Willow Tree
  • Machk – Bear (in Algonquian)
  • Holata – Alligator (in Seminole)
  • Eyota – Great
  • Songaa – Strong
  • Adoette – Big tree (in Kiowa)
  • Tasunke – Horse (in Dakota)
  • Bly – Tall
  • Ituha – Sturdy Oak
  • Bidzill – He is strong
  • Hiamovi – High Chief (in Cheyenne)
  • Hanska – Tall (in Sioux)
  • Wyome – Large Plain (in Algonquian)
  • Mato – Bear (in Sioux)
  • Liwanu – Growling Bear (in Miwok)
  • Enyeto – Walks like a Bear (in Miwok)

Dog Names Inspired by Native American Tribes

  • Dakota
  • Biloxi
  • Yana
  • Serrano
  • Dotame
  • Kickapoo
  • Walla Walla
  • Assuti
  • Callam
  • Amikwa
  • Caddo
  • Cheyenne
  • Nauset
  • Ojibwe
  • Tachi
  • Sioux
  • Erie
  • Cahokia
  • Napissa
  • Tewa
  • Sawokli
  • Cherokee
  • Absentee
  • Ofo
  • Cocopah
  • Comanche
  • Kanza
  • Aleut
  • Fox
  • Mahican
  • Papago
  • Apache
  • Blackfoot
  • Yahi
  • Calusa
  • Lumbee
  • Eyak
  • Jemez
  • Pequot
  • Waco
  • Fremont

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