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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Talulah

Leaping Water

Native American

Cochise

Hardwood

Native American

Sau

Native American

Mitena

The Coming Moon

Native American

Amadahy

Forest Water

Native American

Shoshone

Native American

Oneida

Long awaited

Native American

Sedna

Goddess of the Sea

Native American

Chu’si

Snake flower (Hopi)

Native American

Taigi

New Woman Returns

Native American

Pamuy

Water moon (Hopi)

Native American

Kaliska

Coyote Chasing Deer

Native American

Sequoya

Sparrow

Native American

Awendela

Daylight

Native American

Memdi

Henna

Native American

Mowway

Shaking Hand

Native American

Outacite

Man Killer

Native American

Povitamun

Morning Flower

Native American

Walvia

Medicine Root

Native American

Chimalus

Bluebird

Native American

Ogin

Wild rose

Native American

Chosposi

Bluebird eye (Hopi)

Native American

Iniabi

The Sun on Which All Life Depends

Native American

Saquoya

Sparrow

Native American

Ize

Sun

Native American

Breathtakingly beautiful, Native American girl names are woven intricately into their history and lands. Holding ties to nature, spirituality, and strength, these gorgeous names are fascinating to explore. Let’s check out some together and see what we can find.

Native American girl names are more common than male ones, but that said, they aren’t mega popular. This makes them ideal for parents who like a name that’s known but not overused. Dakota is the most popular, though she’s not seen frequently. She’s unisex, and her Kota nickname gives her an extra dose of tomboy if your baby girl prefers getting her hands dirty rather than hosting gloved tea parties. Meaning “friend,” she’s also sweet. She’s followed by one of our favorite Native American girl names, Nayeli. Her meaning of “I love you” is off-the-charts for us, and we are absolutely gaga for her. Cheyenne is another friend on the charts, and her soft sound has won over parents in recent years.

A lack of popularity doesn’t mean that Native American girl names aren’t gorgeous. There are many hidden gems waiting for discovery, like Aiyanna, a beautiful name meaning “forever blossoming.” She’d fit in great with other popular names, but her sound is extra melodic to the ear. Halona is another diamond waiting for you. She has the nickname of Halle if you’d like and works well on a child and adult alike. Other eye-catching Native American girl names include Kaliska, Kimeya, and Mahala. Browse our collection from A to Z and see what other cuties you can find.

Many Native American girl names blossom from nature. There’s Tallulah, a playful princess meaning “leaping water.” Her nickname of Lula gets an extra thumbs up from us too. There’s also Sequoia, who, like Oakley, is a tree, but also has the super cute meaning of “sparrow” in Cherokee. Other animal-inspired names are Dyani, meaning “deer,” Esarosa, meaning “white wolf,” and Nascha, meaning “owl.” If you’d like something a little daintier, check out Aponi, a sweet pick meaning “butterfly.”

If meanings leave you swooning, you will love the ones belonging to Native American girl names. “I’m on my way” is the one behind Shania, and we totally think she’d fit a baby girl who comes into this world her own way. There’s also Chepi, a cheerful Algonquin pick with the magical meaning of “fairy.” Catori means “spirit,” which can honor your little one’s exuberance for life, while Okena means “water chief,” a great background for a girl who will grow up by the water.

For place name lovers, you can find plenty of contenders in Native American girl names, as many U.S. states and cities are rooted in Native American languages. Alaska is a shining star in this group, and her association with the beautiful state’s pristine lands makes her an outdoor lover’s dream. We also love Chicago and Tennessee, two celebrity baby name picks. Other place name choices include Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.

There are many more lovely Native American girl names waiting for you. Browse and see what you can find!