Native American Dog Names

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Native American dog names are a great way to go if you’re looking for a dog name that’s exotic, unusual or has a touch of mysticism.

Our Native American dog names have been researched and selected from a variety of Native American languages including Sioux, Cherokee, Apache and Mayan.

As you find Native American dog names that you like the sound or the meaning of, try calling them out to your dog. This way, you’ll find out very quickly if one of the names you’ve chosen is a perfect fit!

Male Dog Names:                                        Female Dog Names:

Ahanu – He laughs
Akando – Ambush
Allohak – Powerful one
Anoki – Actor
Ashkii – Boy
Chayton – Falcon
Cheveyo – Hopi mythological figure
Chogan – Blackbird
Ciqala – Little one
Dichali – Speaks a lot
Dyami – Eagle
Elan – Friendly
Enyeto – Walks as a boar
Etu – Sun
Gaagii – Raven
Helaku – Full of sun
Helki – Touch
Hinto - – Blue hair
Honani – Badger
Hongvi – Strong
Igasho – Wanders
Kachada – White man
Kajika – Walks without sound
Kangee – Raven
Kentucky – Land of tomorrow
Kitchi – Brave
Kohana - – Swift
Koko – Night
Kosumi – Fishes for salmon with spear
Kuruk – Bear
Liwanu – Growl of a bear
Makya – Eagle hunter
Maska – Strong
Migisi – Eagle
Moki – Deer
Mosi – Cat
Motega – New arrow
Nahele – Forest
Neka – Wild goose
Nikiti – Round; smooth
Nodin – Wind
Odakota – Friend
Ohanko – Reckless
Onawa – Wide awake
Paco – Eagle
Patwin – Man
Peta – Golden Eagle
Qaletaqa – Guardian of the people
Sahale – Falcon
Sakima – King
Sewati – Curved bear claw
Shilah – Brother
Sike – He sits at home
Skah – White
Takoda - – Friend to everyone
Tocho – Mountain lion
Tokala – Fox
Wakiza – Desperate warrior
Wapi – Lucky
Wigwam – A dwelling
Yoki – Rain
Yuma – Son of a chief
Zuma - Lord frowns in anger
Almika – She of the sun
Alawa – Pea
Aponi – Butterfly
Ayana – Blossom
Ayita – First to dance
Catori – Spirit
Chapa – Beaver
Chaska – Star; Star goddess
Cheyenne – Red-speak
Cocheta – Stranger
Dakota – The allies
Dyani – Deer
Eyota – Great
Fala – Crow
Haloke – Salmon
Huata – Carrying seeds in a basket
Huyana – Falling rain
Kachina – Spirit, sacred dancer
Kai – Willow tree
Kaliska – Coyote chasing deer
Kanti – Sings
Kiona – Brown hills/mountain
Koko – Night
Lequoia – Alteration of ‘Sequoia’
Luyu – Wild dove
Magena – Moon
Mahu – A Hopi mythological name
Mai – Coyote
Malia – Bitter
Migisi – Eagle
Mika – Racoon
Mosi – Cat
Nara – Place name
Nascha – Owl
Nina – Strong
Nova – Food
Nuna – Land
Onawa – Wide awake
Papina – Ivy
Peta – Golden Eagle
Quanah – Good smelling
Salali – Squirrel
Shadi – Older sister
Shima – Mother
Sihu – Flower
Sitala – Of good memory
Tablita – Tiara
Tadita – One who runs
Takala – Corn tassel
Tala – Wolf
Tallulah – Running water
Tama – Thunder
Teetonka – Talks too much
Una – Remember
Urika – Useful to all
Utah – People of the mountain
Waki – Shelter
Waneta – Shape shifter
Wigwam – A dwelling
Winona – First daughter
Yamka – Blossom
Yoki – Rain
Zihna – Spins

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