51 Popular Native American Boy Names with Meanings

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Native Americans have been in America for at least 15,000 years and it’s easy to see their influence in art music, food, words, products, games, and names throughout the United States. Though many rivers and states have names that are Native in origin, Native American names are not as prominent in mainstream culture. If you are thinking about a Native American name for your baby boy and you have a connection to the culture, here are some best Native American names for boys along with their meanings.

51 Best Native American Names for Boys

NameMeaning
AcamapichtliHandful of reeds
AhtahkakopQuilt of start
AhuitzotlWatering dog
AnakinSoldier
AntimanLike a condor in the sun
AntinancoLike an eagle in the sun
AputsiaqSnow flying from the sky
AqussiaqLike a bird
AucamanCondor from wilderness
AxayacatlWater-faced
ChimalpopocaSmoking shield
CowessessSmall baby
CuauhtemocOne who falls like an eagle
CuauhtmotzinOne who falls like an eagle
CubaA place of abundant fertile land
CuitlahuacUnclear
DakotaFriendly companion
DenaliGreat one
ElanFriendly
GeniinewabOne who is sitting like an eagle
GoyahklaOne who yawns
GoyathlayOne who yawns
GuatemocOne who falls like an eagle
GuatimozinOne who falls like an eagle
HuitzilihuitlFeather of a hummingbird
IsiDeer-like
ItzcoatlObsidian snake
Jalen Flute
KaneenawupOne who is sitting like an eagle
MaquilaUnclear
MaquinnaUnclear
MoctezumaUnclear
MuskowekwanTough quill
MontezumaUnclear
NahuelTiger
NanookPolar bear
NukaMy younger brother or sister
QuanahAromatic
SequoiaSequoia tree
ShastaNative American tribe name
ShenandoahSprucy stream
ShikobaLittle feather
TahoeLake
TakodaEveryone’s friend
TecumsehFrom one place to another
TennesseeBig bend
TexFrom Texas
TiriaqWearing ermine
TizocUnclear
TucsonA spring from the base of a mountain
WaynaImmature

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