Female American (Native American) Names

Lenmena

– girl flute

Liluay

– soaring young melierax

Lithonia

– swift hummingbirds

Lomehongva

– beautiful cloud

IACS

– generous

Meokueni

– wearing a red

Metoateysk

– turtle laying eggs

Midzhina

– moon return

Midzhisi

– eagle

Mize

– white sun

Mimiteh

– new moon

my

– sweet

moon

– Overflowing spring

Megeskoi

– elegant

Meyer

– wise

Maka

– earth

Makkitotozimyu

– she has a big pectoral

Maekhi

– motherly care

Malila

– fast salmon floating

Mansi

– plucked flower

Mepia

– sky

Naira

– big eyes

Nakpana

– evil

Natta

– my heart

Ndzhlon

– hostess

Nido

– fairy

Nizhoni

– beautiful

Nina

– fire

Nita

– bear

Nittoosyu

– she is barren

Niebi

– deer

Nova

– butterfly

Numis

– sister

Nedi

– wise

Neiely

– I love you

Nemid

– ballerina, star

Nehimen

– mystic

Nash

– owl

Odehingum

– light water fluctuation

Oentia

– deer

Oynita

– deer

Olssum

– independent

Ominotego

– beautiful voice

Omus

– misses with arrows

Oneta

– from land

Orenda

– magical power

Oeneta

– turtle

Peta

– eagle

Powo

– witch

Pozela

– farewell to spring flowers

Pokehontas

– she is playful

Polikvaptiva

– butterfly, sitting on a flower

Poloma

– bow

Pouoka

– witch

Pteysanwy

– white bull

Pouls

– dove

Peveti

– pure water

Pekwa

– frog

Pecuna

– deer jumping downhill

Pamuya

– water moon

Papina

– vine growing around the oak tree

Rayen

– flower

Sinopa

– fox

Sitsi

– daughter

Sitela

– from good memory

Sihu

– flower

Sokenon

– rain

Soyala

– winter solstice time

Suletu

– fly

Suliva

– silver

Seyen

– beautiful

Sekui

– favorite

Salalı

– squirrel

Senuai

– red cloud at sunset

Seh

– mink

Tayanite

– young beaver

Tallulah

– bouncing water

Telulah

– bouncing water

Tiwa

– dance

Tiponi

– child

Tiszivunatis

– she who swims with her knees

Tolinka

– slamming the coyote’s ear

Totsy

– moccasins

Tuva

– earth

Tablita

– diadem

Tedewey

– wind

– return of the moon

Taini

– return of the moon

Tapa

– straightened wings

Takchoi

– dove

Takela

– grain brush

Taluta

– blood red

Tamei

– in the center

Tehi

– cold

Ulji

– moon

Una

– remembering

Walkie

– refuge

Walking

– has magical power

Wachivi

– ballet dancer

Uta dabun

– star of the day

Herity

– beautiful

Hehyuuti

– warrior spirit mother

Khonov

– strong deer

Huyana

– falling rain

Hekidonmuya

– latency moon

Henteyvi

– dedicated

Chop

– fairy

Chazovi

– azure bird

Chosposi

– the eye of the azure bird

Chochmingwu

– the mother of the grain

Chuzi

– the flower of the snake

Chumena

– Maid snake

Chumeni

– dewdrops

Cherisa

– elk

Sheshebens

– little duck

Shidizhi

– younger sister

Shikoba

– pen

Shima

– mother

Shimezeni

– grandmother

Shumen

– rattler snake recorder

Shady

– older sister

Aielen

– clear or happy

Eileen

– clear or happy

Eyyana

– ever blooming

Eyyanne

– or blooming

Erika

– useful for everyone

Echo

– laughing virgo

Yazhi

– small

Pit

– flowering

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