200+ Native American girl names a to z with meanings

Explore a diverse collection of Native American girl names that reflect the rich tapestry of indigenous cultures. These names are inspired by nature, spirituality, and the strength of Native American heritage. With each name carrying …

native American girl names

Explore a diverse collection of Native American girl names that reflect the rich tapestry of indigenous cultures. These names are inspired by nature, spirituality, and the strength of Native American heritage.

With each name carrying a unique and meaningful history, you can choose a name that resonates with your family’s values.

 

Native American girl names

 

Native American girl names

 

1. Aiyana – eternal blossom

2. Alawa – pea

3. Anaba – returns from war

4. Angeni – spirit

5. Aponi – butterfly

6. Asha – hope

7. Awanata – turtle

8. Ayasha – little one

9. Beesa – snow

10. Chenoa – dove

11. Ciqala – little one

12. Dakota – friend

13. Elan – friendly

14. Eyota – great

15. Halona – fortunate

16. Hialeah – pretty prairie

17. Honi – wolf

18. Ichtaca – secret

19. Inali – black fox

20. Isi – deer

21. Istas – snow

22. Itzel – rainbow

23. Kai – willow tree

24. Kasa – dressed in furs

25. Kaya – elder sister

26. Kele – sparrow

27. Kendall – valley of the River Kent

28. Kiona – brown hills

29. Koko – night

30. Koko’peli – sacred Delight

31. Kono – owl

32. Kosumi – fish on the Creek

33. Luyu – wild pigeon

34. Maiara – wise

35. Makawee – mothering

36. Mareva – epitome of intelligence

37. Marrok – joyful

38. Misu – rippling brook

39. Mituna – gathering of friends

40. Moki – deer

41. Naira – shining

42. Nami – wave

43. Nayeli – I love you

44. Neena – girl

45. Nita – bear

46. Nova – chases butterfly

47. Opa – owl

48. Osyka – rice

49. Otaktay – kills many

50. Oyanka – brave

51. Patia – leaf

52. Powaqa – cloudy

53. Qaletaqa – guardian of the people

54. Quanah – fragrant

55. Quechua – fine sand

56. Quyana – thank you

57. Sacnite – white flower

58. Salali – squirrel

59. Sequoia – giant evergreen tree

60. Shadi – rent, hire

61. Sina – hope

62. Siyanda – we have extended

63. Soledad – solitude

64. Talutah – beautiful voice

65. Tamaya – in the middle

66. Tazanna – twin

67. Tia – aunt

68. Tiaret – date palm tree

69. Tiva – dance

70. Tonlie – dance

71. Totsi – moccasin

72. Towa – spring water

73. Trixy – unknown meaning

74. Tsawaya – elder brother

75. Tuketu – bear

76. Tulip – beautiful flower

77. Ukiah – deep valley

78. Uzumati – bear

79. Veta – good

80. Wakanda – internal strength

81. Waneta – charger

82. Wapi – lucky

83. Wematin – brother

84. Winona – first-born daughter

85. Wyanet – beautiful

86. Xavier – shining, bright

87. Xiomara – ready for battle

88. Yahto – blue sky

89. Yoki – rain

90. Yuma – son of the chief

91. Zailey – unknown meaning

92. Zaltana – high mountain

93. Zihna – spirit

94. Zola – earth

95. Zuni – treasure

96. Kachina – sacred dancer

97. Angeni – spirit

98. Tacincala – place to camp

99. Etenia – rich or wealthy

100. Yarin – eternal flower

101. Amayeta – gracious

102. Miska – little bear

103. Elu – beautiful

104. Zena – to live

105. Aponi – butterfly

106. Chapa – beaver

107. Nanuk – polar bear

108. Kachina – spirit

109. Fala – crow

110. Chenoa – white dove

111. Menawa – stinging sensation

112. Micco – chief

113. Ayiana – eternal blossom

114. Aleekcheaahoosh – brains

115. Tala – wolf

116. Osyka – rice

117. Mitena – arrowhead

118. Koko – night

119. Nascha – owl

120. Atieno – one who walks with joy

121. Aiyana – forever flowering

122. Amadahy – forest water

123. Chumana – wolf

124. Catori – spirit

125. Tadewi – wind

126. Tayanita – young beaver

127. Tayanita – young beaver

128. Awenasa – my home

129. Kasa – dressed in furs

130. Kiowa – powerful

131. Winona – first-born daughter

132. Tadewi – wind

133. Wyanet – beautiful

134. Talulah – leaping water

135. Nukata – gold

136. Winona – first-born daughter

137. Neta – bear

138. Nahla – drink water

139. Sequoia – giant tree

140. Cholena – bird

141. Halona – good fortune

142. Talutah – beautiful voice

143. Salali – squirrel

144. Takoda – friend to everyone

145. Wicasa – sage

146. Etenia – rich or prosperous

147. Tsianina – wait

148. Sikyata – makes noise

149. Euna – one who enjoys

150. Tawny – brownish-yellow color

151. Wenona – first-born daughter

152. Huyana – rain girl

153. Elu – beautiful

154. Nascha – owl

155. Osyka – rice

156. Mitexi – morning star

157. Ayalisse – butterfly

158. Chochmingwu – twin

159. Enola – solitary

160. Galilahi – attractive

161. Ogin – wildrose

162. Onawa – wide awake

163. Pakuna – deer

164. Petrova – rock

165. Sacheen – unknown meaning

166. Sequoia – silent watcher

167. Tadi – wind

168. Talulah – leaping water

169. Uzumati – bear

170. Vicenta – victor

171. Watevah – unknown meaning

172. Bevinda – happy

173. Liwanu – growl of a bear

174. Quorra – heart

175. Xochitl – flower

176. Zihna – spirit

177. Tsianina – wait

178. Nascha – owl

179. Mya – emerald

180. Alameda – poplar tree

181. Chaska – star

182. Enola – solitary

183. Galilahi – beautiful

184. Hona – bear

185. Kanti – sings

186. Laguna – lagoon

187. Malila – magician

188. Michi – beautiful

189. Ocun – town

190. Onida – longed for

191. Pawand – wind

192. Qita – wise

193. Sabeen – cool breeze

194. Sahkyo – Coyote

195. Tala – wild wolf

196. Ustutli – spring bird

197. Yansa – Buffalo

198. Zenda – sacred

199. Wakanda – inner

200. Zihna – Spins

201. Zaltana – High mountain

202. Zitkala – Bird

203. Zonata – Trusted

204. Zephyr – West wind (not strictly Native American but used in some tribes)

205. Zonta – Honest

206. Zuma – Peaceful

 

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