Ahtahkakoop (Cree): Male. "star blanket"
Aponi (Native American): "butterfly"
Awehai (Cherokee): "home"
Awenita (Native American): "fawn"
Catahecassa (Shawnee): Male. "black hoof"
Citali (Nahuatl): Unisex. "star"
Cowessess (Ojibwa): Male. "little child"
Elsu (Native American): "falcon flying"
Goyathlay (Apache): Male. "one who yawns"
Hiawatha (Iroquois): Male. "he makes rivers"
Hokolesqua (Shawnee): Male. "cornstalk"
Ixchel (Mayan): Female. "rainbow lady"; Mayan goddess of Earth, moon and medicine
Jacy (Native American): "moon; creator of all plants"
Kahoku (Hawaiian): "star"
Kaneonoskatew (Cree): Male. "one who walks on four claws"
Kawacatoose (Cree): Male. "poor man"; "lean man"
Kele (Hawaiian): "seahorse"
Kimama (Native American): "butterfly"
Kisecawchuck (Shawnee): Male. "he makes noise"
Litonya (Native American): "hummingbird darting"
Lono (Hawaiian): Male. "god of peace and farming"
Lulu (Native American): "rabbit"
Lukela (Hawaiian): "like a fox"
Maha (Hawaiian): "supernatural power"
Mamid (Native American): "the star dancer"
Mascha (Native American): "owl"
Methoataske (Shawnee): Female. "turtle laying its eggs"
Miakoda (Native American): "power of the moon"
Migina (Native American): "returning moon"
Mimiteh (Native American): "new moon"
Muscowequan (Cree): Male. "hard quill"
Nayeli (Zapotec): Female. "I love you"
Niabi (Native American): "fawn"
Nita (Native American): "bear"
Pelipa (Native American): "lover of horses"
Pocahontas (Algonquin): Female. "she is playful"
Quanah (Comanche): Male. "fragrant"
Quetzalcoatl (Nahuatl): Male. "feathered snake"; Aztec sky god and creator of man
Tala (Native American): "wolf"
Tecumsah (Shawnee): Male. "panther passing across"
Tenskwatawa (Shawnee): Male. "open door"
Wapasha (Dakota): Male. "red leaf"
Wickaninnish (Nootka): Male. "having no one in front of him in the canoe"
Winona (Dakota): Female. "first born"
Xochipilli (Nahuatl): Male. "flower prince"; Aztec god of love, flowers, song and games
Xochiquetzal (Nahuatl): Female. "flower feather"; Aztec goddess of love, flowers and earth
Xochitl (Nahuatl): Female. "flower"
Zaramama (Quecha): Female. "grain mother"; Incan goddess of grain