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Native American Names and Meanings - Starting with K & J
Check out this list of Native American Names for boys and girls starting with K & J with their meanings and origins. The collection of Native American Baby names include Apache, Cherokee, Navajo, Sioux, Cheyenne, and Crow baby names for boys and girls.

The naming traditions of Native American Indians varied greatly from tribe to tribe but were generally based on gender, nature, totem animals and descriptions of the appearance or features of a baby. We have a specific list of Native American Names for girls and another list of of Native American Names for boys.

List of Native American Names for Girls starting with K & J
A name is the very first present that we give to our baby. The following list contains unusual ideas for Native American Names for Girls starting with K & J together with their meanings and the name of the tribe the name is associated with. This website will be of interest to anyone searching for Native American Names for Girls as it contains facts and interesting information about the culture, history and traditions of different Native American tribes.

Kachina: Spirit: Hopi
Kai: Willow tree: Navajo
Kakawangwa: Bitter: Hopi
Kaliska: Coyote chasing deer: Miwok
Kanti: Sings: Algonquian
Kasa: Dressed in furs: Hopi
Kay: Elder sister: Hopi
Keegsquaw: Virgin: Algonquian
Keezheekoni: Fire Briskly burning: Chippewa
Kewanee: Prairie hen: Potawatomi
Kimama: Butterfly: Shoshone
Kimi: Secret: Algonquian
Kimimela: Butterfly: Sioux
Kineks: Rosebud: Native American Origin
Kiwidinok: Womanof the wind: Chippewa
Koko: Night: Blackfoot
Kokyangwuti: Spider woman at middle age: Hopi
Kuwanlelenta: To make beautiful surroundings: Hopi
Kuwanyamtiwa: Beautiful badger going over the hill: Hopi
Kuwanyauma: Butterfly showing beautiful wings: Hopi
Kwanita: God is gracious: Zuni

List of Native American Names for Boys starting with K & J
Jacy: Moon: Native American Origin
Jolon: Valley of the dead oaks: Native American Origin
Kachada: White man: Hopi
Kaga: Chronicler: Native American Origin
Kajika: Walks without sound: Native American Origin
Kangee: Crow: Sioux
Kanuna: Bullfrog: Cherokee
Kele: Sparrow: Hopi
Keme: Thunder: Algonquian
Kesegowaase: Swift: Algonquian
Kestejoo: Slave: Algonquian
Kilchii: Red boy: Navajo
Kitchi: Brave: Algonquian
Kiyiya: Howling wolf: Yakima
Klah: Left handed: Navajo
Knoton: Wind: Native American Origin
Kohana: Swift: Sioux
Kohkahycumest: White crow or white antelope: Cheyenne
Koi: Panther: Choctaw
Kolichiyaw: Skunk: Hopi
Kosumi: Spear fisher: Miwok
Kotori: Screech owl spirit: Hopi
Kuckunniwi: Little wolf: Cheyenne
Kuruk: Bear: Pawnee
Kusinut: Horseless: Yakima
Kwahu: Eagle: Hopi
Kwatoko: Bird with big beak: Hopi

The Algonquian languages are spoken by a number of tribes of the Northeast Woodlands and the Great Plains Indians.

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