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After months of research, Buzzsharer has just put together a collection of native American Indian Horse names for the use of our fans. There are some questions in the minds of new horse owners viz-a-viz ,

What are good horse names?
What should I name my horse?
What is a good female horse name?
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What is the most common horse name?

 

History: Native America horses are  descendants of horses originally brought to the Americas by the Spanish and obtained by Native American people. The registry was created in 1961 when some breeders of Colonial Spanish Horse bloodlines considered the Spanish Mustang breeders to be departing from the original “Indian horse” phenotype.The organization was started to preserve  the pedigrees of American Indian Horses.”The registry also allows the “hybrids and descendants” of the original Spanish Colonial Horse to be registered. Horses registered with other breed registries to be double-registered with this organization if the horses meet the conformation requirements.

native American Indian Horse names

              • ABEDABUN: Cheyenne: “sight of day”
              • ABEQUA, ABEQUE: Cheyenne: “stays at home”
              • ABETZI: Omaha: “yellow leaf”
              • ABEY: Omaha: “leaf”
              • ABEYTU: Omaha: “green leaf”
              • ADOETTE: Kiowa: large tree, big tree”
              • ADSILA: Cherokee: “blossom”
              • AGASGA: Cherokee: “Rain”
              • AHAWI: Cherokee: “Deer”
              • AHYOKA: Cherokee: “She brought happiness”
              • AIYANA: “Forever flowering; eternal blossom”
              • ALAMEDA: “grove of cottonwood”
              • ALAQUA: “sweet gum tree”
              • ALAWA: Algonquin: “pea”
              • ALESHANEE: Coos : “She plays all the time”
              • ALGOMA: “valley of flowers”
              • ALIKKEES: Nez Perce : “haircut”
              • ALSOOMSE: Algonquin: “independent”
              • ALTSOBA: Navajo: “all war; All are at war”
              • AMA: Cherokee: “Water”
              • AMADAHY: Cherokee: “forest water”
              • AMAYETA: Miwok : people in the Miwok language , california
              • AMITOLA: “rainbow”
              • ANABA: Navajo: “returns from war; She returns from war”
              • ANAMOSA: Sauk: “White Fawn”
              • ANEMY: “Superior”
              • ANEVAY: “superior”
              • ANGENI: “spirit”
              • ANGPETU: Sioux: ” Radiant, Day”
              • ANGWUSNASOMTAQA: Hopi : “crow mother spirit”
              • ANKTI: Hopi : “repeat dance.”
              • ANNA: Algonquin: “mother”
              • ANPAYTOO: Sioux: “radiant”
              • APONI: butterfly
              • AQUENE: peace
              • ASDZA: Navajo: “woman”
              • AT’EED: Navajo: “girl”
              • ATEPA: Choctaw: “wigwam”
              • ATSILA: Cherokee: “Fire”
              • AWANATA: Miwok: “turtle”
              • AWENASA: Cherokee: “my home”
              • AWENDELA: morning
              • AWENTIA: fawn
              • AWINITA: Cherokee: “fawn”
              • AYASHE, AYASHA: Cheyenne: “little one”
              • AYITA: Cherokee: “first to dance”
              • BENA: “pheasant”
              • BLY: “tall”
              • BONITA: Apache: “Beautiful”
              • BYHALIA: Choctaw: “White Oaks Standing”
              • CALFURAY: Mapuche: “violet flower”
              • CATORI: Hopi: “spirit”
              • CHA’KWAINA: Hopi : “one who cries”
              • CHA’RISA: Hopi : “elk”
              • CHA’RISA: Hopi: “Elk”
              • CHAPA: Sioux : “beaver”
              • CHAPAWEE: Sioux: “Industrious, Busy”
              • CHENOA: “dove”
              • CHEPI: Algonquin : “fairy”
              • CHILAILI: “snowbird”
              • CHIMALIS: “bluebird”
              • CHITSA: “fair”
              • CHLUMANI: Sioux: “Dew”
              • CHOCHMINGWU: Hopi : “corn mother”
              • CHOLENA: “bird”
              • CHOSOVI: Hopi : “bluebird”
              • CHOSPOSI: Hopi : “bluebird eye”
              • CHU’MANA: Hopi : “snake maiden”
              • CHU’SI: Hopi : “snake flower”
              • CHUMANI: Sioux : ” dewdrops”
              • CIQALA : Dakota: “Little one”
              • COAHOMA: Choctaw: “Red Panther”
              • COCHETA: “stranger”
              • DENA: “valley”
              • DEZBA: Navajo : “goes to war; there was no war”
              • DIBE: Navajo : “sheep”
              • DOBA: Navajo : “no war”
              • DOLI: Navajo : ” bluebird”
              • DONOMA: Omaha : “sight of the sun; visible sun”
              • DOWANHOWEE: Sioux: “Singing voice”
              • DOYA: Cherokee: “Beaver”
              • DYANI: “deer”
              • EHAWEE: Sioux : “laughing maiden”
              • ELU: Zuni: “Beautiful”
              • ENOLA: “solitary”
              • ETENIA: “rich”
              • ETHETE: Arapaho: “Good”
              • EYOTA: Sioux: “great”
              • FALA: Choctaw : “crow”
              • FLO: “arrow”
              • GAHO: mother
              • GALILAHI: Cherokee : “attractive”
              • GENESSEE: Iroquois: “beautiful valley”
              • GIGYAGO: Potawatomi: “Girl”
              • GOGA: Cherokee: “Summer”
              • GOLA: Cherokee: “Winter”
              • HACHI: Seminole: “stream”
              • HAIWEE: Shoshone: “Dove”
              • HAKIDONMUYA: Hopi : “time of waiting moon; time of waiting”
              • HALOKE: Navajo : “salmon”
              • HALONA: of happy fortune
              • HANTAYWEE: Sioux : ” faithful”
              • HATEYA: Miwok: “to press with the foot”
              • HAUSIS, HAUSISSE: Algonquin : “old woman”
              • HEHEWUTI: Hopi : “warrior mother spirit”
              • HELKI: Miwok : “touch”
              • HIALEAH: Seminole: “Pretty Prairie”
              • HIAWASSEE: Cherokee: “Meadow”
              • HINTO: Dakota: “Blue”
              • HOLA: Hopi: “Seed Filled Club”
              • HONIAHAKA: Cheyenne: “Little wolf”
              • HONOVI: Hopi : “strong deer”
              • HOWI: Miwok: “Turtle dove”
              • HUATA: Miwok : ” carrying seeds in a basket; to carry seeds”
              • HUATA: Moquelumnan: “Basket Carrier”
              • HUMITA: Hopi : “shelled corn”
              • HURIT: Algonquin : “beautiful”
              • HUYANA: Miwok : ” falling rain; rain falling”
              • IMALA: “disciplines”
              • INOLA: Cherokee: “Black Fox”
              • ISI: Choctaw : “deer”
              • ISTAS: “snow”
              • ITUHA: “sturdy oak or white stone”
              • JACI: Tupi: ” moon”
              • KACHINA: Hopi : “spirit, sacred dancer”
              • KAI: Navajo : “willow tree”
              • KAKAWANGWA: Hopi : “bitter”
              • KALISKA: Miwok : “coyote chasing deer”
              • KAMALI: Mahona: “Spirit Guide”
              • KAMAMA: Cherokee: “Butterfly”
              • KANGEE: Sioux: “Raven”
              • KANTI: Algonquin : “sings”
              • KASA: Hopi : “dressed in furs”
              • KAYA: Hopi : “elder sister”
              • KEEGSQUAW: Algonquin : “virgin”
              • KEEZHEEKONI: Cheyenne : “burning fire”
              • KEEZHEEKONI: Chippewa: “fire briskly burning”
              • KELE: Hopi: “Sparrow”
              • KENDA: Dakota: “Magical Powers”
              • KEWANEE: Potawatomi: “prairie hen”
              • KIMAMA: Shoshone : “butterfly”
              • KIMI: Algonquin : “secret”
              • KIMIMELA: Sioux : “butterfly”
              • KINEKS: “rosebud”
              • KINTA: Choctaw: “Deer”
              • KIWIDINOK: Cheyenne : “of the wind”
              • KIWIDINOK: Chippewa: “woman of the wind”
              • KOKO: Blackfoot : “night”
              • KOKYANGWUTI: Hopi : “spider woman at middle-age”
              • KOLENYA: Miwok : “coughing fish”
              • KOSA: Cheyenne: “Sheep”
              • KUCKUNNIWI: Cheyenne: “Little wolf”
              • KUWANLELENTA: Hopi : “to make beautiful surroundings”
              • KUWANYAMTIWA: Hopi : “beautiful badger going over the hill”
              • KUWANYAUMA: Hopi : “butterfly showing beautiful wings”
              • KWANITA: Zuni: “god is gracious”
              • LENMANA: Hopi : “flute girl”
              • LEOTIE: flower of the prairie
              • LEQUOIA: meaning sequoia tree
              • LILUYE: Miwok : ” singing chicken hawk that soars”
              • LISELI: Zuni name. Meaning unknown
              • LITONYA: Miwok : ” darting hummingbird; hummingbird darting”
              • LOMAHONGVA: Hopi : “beautiful clouds arising”
              • LOMASI: “pretty flower”
              • LULU: “rabbit”
              • LUYO: “wild dove”
              • LUYU: “wild dove”
              • MACAWI: Sioux : “generous”
              • MACHA: Sioux: “aurora”
              • MAGASKAWEE: Sioux : ” graceful; swan maiden; swan girl”
              • MAGENA: “moon”
              • MAHAL: “woman”
              • MAHU: Hopi myth name.
              • MAI: “coyote”
              • MAKA: Sioux : “earth”
              • MAKAWEE: Sioux : ” mothering; earth maiden or generous”
              • MAKKITOTOSIMEW: Algonquin : “she has large breasts”
              • MALIA: Zuni : ” bitter;bitter or sea of bitterness”
              • MALILA: Miwok : “fast salmon swimming up a rippling stream;salmon going fast up a rippling stream”
              • MANABA: Navajo : ” return to war; war returned with her coming”
              • MANKALITA: Zuni name. Meaning unknown
              • MANSI: Hopi : “plucked flower”
              • MAPIYA: Sioux : “sky; sky or heavenly”
              • MARALAH: born during an earthquake
              • MAUSI: plucks flowers
              • MEDA: prophetess
              • MELI: Zuni : “bitter”
              • MEMDI: henna
              • MEOQUANEE: Cheyenne : “wears red”
              • MEOQUANEE: Chippewa: “wears red”
              • MIAKODA: power of the moon
              • MIGINA: Omaha : “returning moon”
              • MIGISI: Cheyenne : “eagle”
              • MIGISI: Chippewa: “eagle”
              • MIKA: intelligent raccoon
              • MIMITEH: Omaha : ” new moon”
              • MINA: Sioux: “Oldest Daughter”
              • MINAL: fruit
              • MINYA: Osage: “Older Sister”
              • MISAE: Osage : “white sun”
              • MISU: Miwok: “Rippling brook”
              • MITENA: Omaha: “born under coming or new moon”
              • MITENA:Ojibway: “Born at the New Moon”
              • MITUNA: Miwok : ” wraps salmon in willow leaves”
              • MONA: gathered of the seed of a jimson weed
              • MOSI: Navajo : ” cat”
              • MUNA: Hopi : “overflowing spring”
              • NADIE: Algonquin : “wise”
              • NAHIMANA: Sioux : “mystic”
              • NAMID or NAMIDA: Chippewa: “Star Dancer”
              • NAMID: Cheyenne : “star dancer”
              • NAMPEYO: Hopi: “Snake Girl”
              • NASCHA: Navajo : “owl”
              • NASHOTA: “twin”
              • NATA: “speaker”
              • NATANE: Arapaho: “Daughter”
              • NECHE: Ojibway: “Friend”
              • NEKOMA: Chippewa: “Grandmother”
              • NIABI: Osage : “fawn”
              • NIDAWI: Omaha : ” fairy”
              • NIJLON: Algonquin : “mistress”
              • NIMEDA: Potawatomi: “Dance”
              • NINA: “strong”
              • NINOVAN: Cheyenne: “our home”
              • NIRVELLI: Tudas: “Water child”
              • NISHWEQUANNIQUAWESEH: Algonquin: “third little doe” (third daughter)
              • NITA: Choctaw : “bear”
              • NITTAWOSEW: Algonquin : “she is not sterile”
              • NITUNA: “daughter”
              • NIYOL: Navajo: “Wind”
              • NOKOMIS: Cheyenne : “grandmother”
              • NOVA: Hopi : “chases butterfly”
              • NOYA: Cherokee: “Sand”
              • NUKPANA: Hopi : “evil”
              • NUMEES: Algonquin : “sister”
              • NUNA: “land”
              • NUTTAH: Algonquin : “my heart”
              • ODAHINGUM: Cheyenne : “rippling water”
              • ODAHINGUM: Chippewa: “Rippling water”
              • ODINA: Algonquian: “mountain”
              • OGIN: “wild rose”
              • OHCUMGACHE: Cheyenne: “Little wolf”
              • OJINJINTKA: Sioux: “rose”
              • OLATHE: “beautiful”
              • OMINOTAGO: Cheyenne : “beautiful voice”
              • OMUSA: Miwok : “misses with arrows; missing when shooting with arrows”
              • ONAIWAH: Ojibway: “Pigeon or Dove”
              • ONATAH: Iroquois: “Daughter of the Earth and Corn Spirit”
              • ONAWA: “wide awake”
              • ONIDA: “the one searched for”
              • OOLJEE: Navajo : “moon”
              • OOTA DABUN: Algonquin : “day star”
              • OPA: Choctaw: “owl”
              • ORENDA: Iroquois : “magic power”
              • OSYKA: Choctaw: “Eagle”
              • OTEKAH: Navajo: “Sun Maiden” (oh-tee-kuh)
              • OYA: Moquelumnan: “Called Forth”
              • PAKUNA: Miwok : “deer jumping downhill”
              • PAKWA: Hopi : “frog”
              • PAMUY or PAMUYA: Hopi : “water moon”
              • PANA: Blackfoot: “Partridge”
              • PANOLA: Choctaw: “Cotton”
              • PAPINA: Miwok : “vine growing around an oak tree”
              • PATI: Miwok : ” break by twisting; fish basket”
              • PAUWAU: Algonquin : “witch”
              • PAVATI: Hopi : “clear water”
              • PAZI: Ponca: “yellow bird”
              • PELIPA: Zuni: “lover of horses”
              • PETA, PETAH: Blackfoot : ” golden eagle”
              • PETUNIA: flower name
              • POLIKWAPTIWA: Hopi : “butterfly sitting on a flower”
              • POLOMA: Choctaw : “bow”
              • POSALA: Miwok : “farewell to spring flowers”
              • POWAQA: Hopi : “witch”
              • PTAYSANWEE: Sioux : “white buffalo”
              • PULES: Algonquin : “pigeon”
              • QUAHNEAH : Cheyenne: “morning dew” — kwa-nay-ah
              • QUANAH : Comanche: ” fragrant”
              • ROZENE: “rose”
              • SACAJAWEA: Shoshone: “Bird-woman”
              • SADZI: Carrier: “Disposition”
              • SAHKYO: Navajo : “mink”
              • SAHPOOLY: Kiowa: “Owl”
              • SALALI: Cherokee : “squirrel”
              • SANUYE: Miwok : “red cloud at sundown”
              • SAPATA: Miwok: “dancing bear”
              • SASA: Cherokee: “Goose”
              • SATINKA; SANTINKA: “magical dancer”
              • SAWNI or SUWANEE: Seminole: “Echo”
              • SHADA: “pelican”
              • SHADI: Navajo : ” older sister”
              • SHESHEBENS: Chippewa: “Small duck”
              • SHIDEEZHI: Navajo : “younger sister”
              • SHIMA: Navajo : “mother”
              • SHIMASANI: Navajo : ” grandmother”
              • SHUMAN: Hopi : ” rattlesnake handler”
              • SIHU: Hopi : “flower”
              • SIKYA: Hopi: “small canyon”
              • SINOPA: Blackfoot : “fox; kit fox”
              • SINOPA: Cayuse: “Fox Cub”
              • SIPATU: Miwok: “pulled out”
              • SISIKA: “bird”
              • SITALA: Miwok : “of good memory; display memory”
              • SITSI: Navajo : “daughter”
              • SKENANDOA: Iroquois: “Deer”
              • SNANA: Sioux: “jingle like little bells”
              • SOKANON: Algonquin : “rain”
              • SOKW: Algonquin : “sour”
              • SONOMA: Miwok: “ground place”
              • SOOLEAWA: Algonquin : “silver”
              • SOYALA: Hopi : ” time of the winter solstice”
              • STINKA: “magical dancer”
              • SULETU: Miwok : ” flies; to fly around”
              • SUNI NATI: Zuni: “middle”
              • SUNI: Zuni: “Native Tribal Member”
              • SUNKI: Hopi : “to catch up with”
              • TAA: Zuni: “seed”
              • TABLITA: Hopi : “tiara; crown”
              • TACI: Zuni: “Washtub”
              • TADEWI: Omaha : “wind”
              • TADITA: Omaha : “one who runs”
              • TAHKI: Algonquin: “cold”
              • TAIGI, TAINI: Omaha : “returning moon”
              • TAIMA:”thunder”
              • TAINI: Omaha: “new moon”
              • TAIPA: Miwok : “spread wings; flying quail”
              • TAKALA: Hopi : “corn tassel”
              • TAKCHAWEE: Sioux : “doe”
              • TAKHI: Algonquin : “cold”
              • TALA: “wolf”
              • TALISA: Creek: “Beautiful Water”
              • TALULAH: Choctaw : “leaping water”
              • TALUTAH: Sioux : “blood-red”
              • TAMA: “thunder”
              • TANGAKWUNU: Hopi: “Rainbow”
              • TANSY: Hopi : “name of a flower”
              • TAYANITA: Cherokee : “young beaver”
              • TEHYA: “precious”
              • TIPONI: Hopi : “child of importance”
              • TIS-SEE-WOO-NA-TIS: Cheyenne : “she who bathes with her knees”
              • TIVA: Hopi : ” dance”
              • TIWA: Zuni: “Onion”
              • TOKALA: Dakota: “Fox”
              • TOLINKA: Miwok : “flapping ear of a coyote; coyote’s long ears flapping”
              • TOOANTUH: Cherokee: “Spring frog”
              • TOSKI: Hopi: “Squash Bug”
              • TOTSI: Hopi : “moccasins”
              • TSIISHCH’ILI: Navajo: “Curly haired”
              • TSOMAH: Kiowa: “Yellow Hair”
              • TSULA: Cherokee: “Fox”
              • TULA: Choctaw: “Peak”
              • TUSA: Zuni: “prairie dog”
              • TUWA, TUUWA: Hopi : “earth”
              • UNA: Hopi : ” remember”
              • UNEGA: Cherokee: “white”
              • URIKA: Omaha : “useful to all; useful”
              • USDI: Cherokee: “baby”
              • UTINA: Timucua: “woman of my country”
              • WACHIWI: Sioux : ” dancer; dancing girl”
              • WAKANDA: Sioux : “possesses magical power”
              • WAKI: Hopi : “shelter”
              • WANEKIA: Paiute: “Makes Life”
              • WANETA: “charger”
              • WAPUN: Potawatomi: “dawn”
              • WASHTA: Sioux: “Good”
              • WATSEKA: Potawatomi: “Pretty Woman”
              • WAUNA: Miwok : “singing snow goose”
              • WAWETSEKA: Potawatomi: “pretty woman”
              • WEAYAYA: Sioux: “sunset”
              • WEEKO: Sioux : ” pretty”
              • WENONA: “firstborn daughter”
              • WICAPI WAKAN, WIKAPI WAKAN: Dakota : “holy star”
              • WICHAHPI: Sioux: “star”
              • WIHAKAYDA: Sioux : “little one”
              • WIKIMAK: Algonquin : “wife”
              • WINEMA: “chief”
              • WINONA, WENONA, WENONAH: Sioux : “giving; first born daughter”
              • WITASHNAH: Sioux : “virginal”
              • WOYA: Cherokee: “Dove”
              • WUTI: Hopi : “woman”
              • WYANET: “beautiful”
              • WYOME: Algonquian: “large plain”
              • XOCHITL: Nahuatl : “flower”
              • YAMKA: Hopi : “blossom”
              • YANABA: Navajo: “she meets the enemy”
              • YATOKYA: Zuni: “sun”
              • YAZHI: Navajo : ” little one”
              • YENENE: Miwok: “medicine man”
              • YEPA: “snow woman”
              • YOKI: Hopi : ” rain”
              • YONA: Cherokee: “bear”
              • YOOMEE: Coos: “Star”
              • YUTU: Miwok: “coyote out hunting”
              • ZALTANA: “high mountain”
              • ZIHNA: Hopi : “spins; spinning”
              • ZIRACUNY: Kiowa: “Water Monster”
              • ZITKALA: Dakota : “bird”
              • ZONTA: Sioux: “Trusted”

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          Onatah Iroquois Pelipa
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          Souix Of the Wind Star Dancer
          Suni Dakota Nevada

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70 Unique Horse Names

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