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120 Native American Cat Names

Native American Cat Names for Males

  • Chogan – Blackbird
  • Ohanko – Reckless
  • Hongvi – Strong
  • Kangee – Raven
  • Elan – Friendly
  • Tokala – Fox
  • Kajika – Walks without sound
  • Skah – White
  • Anoki – Actor
  • Yuma – Son of a chief
  • Wapi – Lucky
  • Motega – New arrow
  • Wakiza – Desperate warrior
  • Sakima – King
  • Nikiti – Round; smooth
  • Dyami – Eagle
  • Honani – Badger
  • Patwin – Man
  • Kohana – Swift
  • Allohak – Powerful one
  • Ashkii – Boy
  • Nodin – Wind
  • Shilah – Brother
  • Maska – Strong
  • Liwanu – Growl of a bear
  • cata – Golden Eagle
  • Zuma – Lord frowns in anger
  • Gaagii – Raven
  • Igasho – Wanders
  • Kosumi – Fishes for salmon with spear
  • Sewati – Curved bear claw
  • Odakota – Friend

  • Akando – Ambush
  • Helki – Touch
  • Paco – Eagle
  • Sahale – Falcon
  • Neka – Wild goose
  • Wigwam – A dwelling
  • Hinto – Blue hair
  • Onawa – Wide awake
  • Ahanu – He laughs
  • Helaku – Full of sun
  • Yoki – Rain
  • Koko – Night
  • Qaletaqa – Guardian of the people
  • Takoda – Friend to everyone
  • Kuruk – Bear
  • Mosi – Cat
  • Kachada – White man
  • Migisi – Eagle
  • Kentucky – Land of tomorrow
  • Moki – Deer
  • Cheveyo – Hopi mythological figure
  • Chayton – Falcon
  • Etu – Sun
  • Sike – He sits at home
  • Makya – Eagle hunter
  • Nahele – Forest
  • Ciqala – Little one
  • Kitchi – Brave
  • Tocho – Mountain lion
  • Dichali – Speaks a lot
  • Enyeto – Walks as a boar

Native American Cat Names for Females

  • Dakota – The allies
  • Huata – Carrying seeds in a basket
  • Shadi – Older sister
  • Ayana – Blossom
  • Nara – Place name
  • Tablita – Tiara
  • cata – Golden Eagle
  • Mahu – A Hopi mythological name
  • Nascha – Owl
  • Wigwam – A dwelling
  • Magena – Moon
  • Aponi – Butterfly
  • Koko – Night
  • Alawa – Pea
  • Tallulah – Running water
  • Tadita – One who runs
  • Fala – Crow
  • Chaska – Star
  • Winona – First daughter
  • Nova – Food
  • Luyu – Wild dove
  • Huyana – Falling rain
  • Shima – Mother
  • Kanti – Sings
  • Takala – Corn tassel
  • Tama – Thunder
  • Nuna – Land
  • Kiona – Brown hills/mountain
  • Papina – Ivy
  • Zihna – Spins
  • Waki – Shelter
  • Una – Remember
  • Kai – Willow tree
  • Mosi – Cat

  • Kachina – Spirit, sacred dancer
  • Lequoia – Alteration of ‘Sequoia’
  • Eyota – Great
  • Utah – People of the mountain
  • Teetonka – Talks too much
  • Ayita – First to dance
  • Cocheta – Stranger
  • Salali – Squirrel
  • Dyani – Deer
  • Nina – Strong
  • Haloke – Salmon
  • Sitala – Of good memory
  • Kaliska – Coyote chasing deer
  • Quanah – Good smelling
  • Malia – Bitter
  • Almika – She of the sun
  • Chapa – Beaver
  • Urika – Useful to all
  • Yamka – Blossom
  • Sihu – Flower
  • Migisi – Eagle
  • Catori – Spirit
  • Mika – Racoon
  • Mai – Coyote
  • Waneta – Shape shifter
  • Onawa – Wide awake
  • Yoki – Rain
  • Cheyenne – Red-speak
  • Tala – Wolf