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Cool and Unique Native American Dog Names and their Meanings

Cool Native American Dog Names and their Meanings
Looking for a dog name that's unique, antique and tribal? Fret not. With the following list of Native American dog names, give your pet a cool name that suits its personality.
Mary Anthony
Last Updated: Feb 21, 2018
Did You Know?
Native American names are considered sacred and can present the bearer of the name with good health and longevity.
In Native American folklore, it's believed that people who treat dogs with respect are highly rewarded and people who mistreat them are greatly punished. Dogs played an important role in the Native American tribes for activities like hunting, and camp guarding, they are used as clan animals in this culture.

The Native American names depict various natural elements and animals that were believed to have a supernatural connection, for them every name carried a spiritual core and secret identity towards salvation. If you believe in giving your pet protection and healing, then these names are the perfect choice. Below are some totemic dog names that you can choose from.
Native American Dog Names
Male Dog Names
Male labrador dog
Achak - Spirit Ahanu - He laughs
Akando - Ambush Alo - Spiritual guide
Allohak - Powerful one Anoki - Actor
Apiatan - Wooden Lance Ashkii - Boy
Bidzill - He is strong Chas Chunk a - Wave
Chayton - Falcon Chesmu - Grainy
Cheveyo - Legend Chogan - Black bird
Ciqala - Small one Dakotah - Friend
Delsin - He is so Dyami - Eagle
Elan - Friendly Elsu - Flying falcon
Enyeto - Walks as a boar Etu - Sun
Feo - True hearted Gad - Fortune
Gaagii - Raven Helaku - Full of sun
Hakan - Emperor Halian - Youthful
Helki - Touch Hinto - Blue
Huslu - Shaggy bear Honani - Badger
Hongvi - Strong Istu - Sugar
Jacy - Healer Kai - Rejoice
Kachada - White man Kele - Sparrow
Keme - Secret Kajika - Walks quietly
Kangee - Raven Kitchi - Brave
Kohana - Swift Kosumi - Hunts fish
Lansa - Lance Len - Brave lion
Liwanu - Growl of a bear Lonato - Flint stone
Manco - Foundation Makya - Eagle hunter
Maska - Strong Mingan - Dark wolf
Motega - New arrow Nantan - Chief
Nibaw - Standing tall Nodin - Wind
Nikiti - Round Odakota - Friend
Ohanko - Restless Ohanzee - Dark shade
Paco - Eagle Pallaton - Warrior
Patamon - Tempest Powa - Wellness
Qaletaqa - Guardian Sakima - King
Skah - White Tadi - Wind
Tocho - Mountain lion Tokala - Fox
Tansy - Immortal Tyee - Commander
Wakiza - Warrior Yoki - Rain
Yuma - Son of chief Zuma - God's anger
Female Dog Names
Cairn terrier puppy
Abey - Leaf Achak - Spirit
Adsila - Blossom Almika - She of the sun
Aponi - Butterfly Ayita - First to dance
Ayasha - Small one Bena - Patridge
Bly - Tall Catori - Spirit
Chapa - Beaver Chenoa - Dove
Chilali - Snow bird Chaska - Star goddess
Chumani - Drops of dew Dakota - The allies
Dena - Slender Denali - Great one
Dyani - Deer Etenia - Rich
Eyota - Great Flo - Arrow
Haloke - Salmon Halona - From wealth
Huyana - Falling rain Istas - Snow
Itzel - Rainbow Kachina - Sacred dancer
Kasa - Dressed in fur Kaya - Pure
Kiona - Brown mountain Luyu - Wild dove
Magena - The moon Mai - Coyote
Mansi - Paintbrush Mika - Beautiful smell
Mona - Noble one Muna - Hope
Nina - Strong Nova - Food
Nuna - Land Nayeli - I love you
Odina - Hills Orenda - Supernatural
Papina - Ivy Peta - Golden eagle
Poloma - Bow Rozene - Rose blossom
Snana - Jingle Soyala - Winter solstice
Taima - Thunder Taini - New moon
Tablita - Tiara Tala - Wolf
Tallulah - Running water Tama - Jewel
Una - One Waneta - Shape-shifter
Wigwam - Dwelling Wyanet - Beautiful
Yamka - Blossom Zihna - Spins
What's in a name? they say. But the name of the ancient natives bestowed on your pets could mean a sign of good health and generate positive vibes around them.
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