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110+ Native American Names for a Wolf

Wolves are animals that are well-known predators. There are many fairy tales and sayings about wolves that describe them as either ferocious beasts or domesticated animals. In fact, the wolf cannot be attributed to either one or the other.

A wolf is an animal that is a mammal from the canine order. According to research, it is he who is the ancestor of the domestic dog. They grow about 160 centimeters in length and weigh 60 kilograms.

Today this animal has more than 35 subspecies of its kind. “Relatives” live in different parts of the world. All of them are of different sizes and colors, but one thing unites them – they are predators!

We’ve compiled a list of male and female wolf names for your inspiration.

Native American Names for a Wolf – Male

  • Kasa – Dressed in Furs (Hopi)
  • Zita – Hunter with the big bow (Kiowa)
  • Adsila – Blossom (Cherokee)
  • Honi – Wolf (Arapaho)
  • Sesi – Snow (Inuit)
  • Amarok / Amarog – Mythological wolf (Inuit)
  • Cherokee – One of the largest American Indian tribes
  • Mona – Noble One
  • Yuma – Son of the Chief (Navajo)
  • Nikan – Friend (Potawatomi)
  • Lootah – Red (Sioux)
  • Yona – Rain (Hopi)
  • Dakota – Friend (Sioux)
  • Dena – Avenged (Hebrew)
  • Mai – Coyote (Native American)
  • Nina – Strong (Native American)
  • Hemene – Wolf (Nez Perce)
  • Koko – Night (Blackfoot)
  • Chayton – Falcon (Sioux)
  • Tala – Wolf (Sioux)
  • Comanche – Native-American nation
  • Apache – Group of culturally related Native American tribes.
  • Maheegan – Wolf (Algonquin)
  • Takoda – Friend to everyone (Sioux)
  • Waynoka – Graceful (Shawnee)
  • Teekon – Wolf (Athabascan)
  • Mingan – Gray wolf (Native American)
  • Nuna – Land
  • Lelou – Wolf (Chinook)
  • Akiak – Brave (Inuit)
  • Mahigan – Wolf (Cree)
  • Desna – Boss (Inuit)

Native American Names for a Wolf – Female

  • Aho – Whitewolf
  • Waya – Wolf (Cherokee)
  • Kai – Graceful (Navajo)
  • Wanda – Eagle (Sioux)
  • Catori – Spirit (Hopi)
  • Tobey – Dance (Hopi)
  • Shunkaha – Wolf (Lakota)
  • Apisi – Coyote (Blackfoot)
  • Viktor – Chief (Cheyenne)
  • Tivaci – Wolf (Chemehuevi)
  • Lokwa – Wolf (Nootka)
  • Achak – Spirit (Algonquin)
  • Kiyaya – Howling Wolf (Yakima)
  • Ursula – Useful to the tribe (Omaha)
  • Neenah – Running water (Winnebago)
  • Una – One
  • Nadie – Wise (Algonquin)
  • Jacy – Moon (Native American)
  • Kaya – Elder sister (Hopi)
  • Maiyun – Wolf (Cheyenne)
  • Tikaani – Wolf (Inuit)
  • Maikoh – Wolf (Navajo)
  • Micco – Chief (Seminole)
  • Ama – Water (Cherokee)
  • Kimi – Secret (Algonquin)
  • Honiahaka – Little Wolf (Cheyenne)
  • Okhmhaka – Little Wolf (Cheyenne)
  • Sinapu – Wolf (Ute)
  • Omitaa – Dog (Blackfoot)
  • Weeko – Pretty (Sioux)
  • Kitchi – Brave (Algonquin)
  • Arawak – Spirit (Tupi)

Wolf Names in Different Languages Ideas

  • Nashoba – Wolf (Choctaw)
  • Onai – Wolf (Tamil)
  • Wilk – Wolf (Polish)
  • Amoux – Eagle wolf (French)
  • Gonzalo – Wolf (Spanish)
  • Ulmer – Fame of the wolf (English)
  • Rand / Randall – Shield wolf (Anglo-Saxon)
  • Connor – Wolf lover (Irish)
  • Wolfgang – Son of the wolf (German)
  • Wulfgar – Wolf-like spear (English)
  • Vilkas – Wolf (Lithuanian)
  • Skoll – Wolf that chased the sun (Norse)
  • Ralph – Wolf counsel, fearless advisor (English)
  • Wolfram – Wolf raven (Teutonic)
  • Ulmer – Fame of the wolf (Norse)
  • Rodolfo – Famous wolf (Spanish)
  • Lowell – Wolf cub / little wolf (Old French)
  • Conan – Hound, wolf (Irish)
  • Adolfo – Noble wolf (Latin)
  • Accalia – She-wolf (Latin)
  • Gunnolf – Fighting wolf (Norwegian)
  • Ulfred – Wolf of peace (Old English)
  • Ookami – Wolf (Japanese)
  • Volk – Wolf (Slovenian)
  • Adalwolfa / Adolpha – Noble she-wolf (German)
  • Lupus – Wolf (Latin)
  • Boris – Wolf, short (Russian)
  • Warg – Grey wolf, evil wolf (Norse)
  • Lelou / Leloo – Wolf (Chinook)
  • Randolph – House wolf, protector (English)
  • Lupo – Wolf (Italian)
  • Odolf – Prosperous wolf (German)
  • Tamaska – Mighty wolf (Native American)
  • Adalwolf – Noble wolf (German)
  • Rolf – Red wolf (Teutonic)
  • Gorg – Wolf (Iranian)
  • Arnou – Eagle wolf (French)
  • Bardawulf – Ax wolf (English)
  • Connery – Wolf farmer (Celtic)
  • Adolph / Adoff – Noble wolf (German)
  • Woolsey – Victorious wolf (English)
  • Wolfrik – Wolf ruler (German)
  • Beowulf – Intelligent wolf (English)
  • Channon – Young wolf (English)
  • Amaruq – Grey wolf (Inuit)
  • Raff – Red wolf (English)
  • Channing – Young wolf (Irish)
  • Ulrich – Female wolf (English)
  • Rafe – Council of the wolf (German)
  • Lobo – Wolf (Spanish/Portuguese)
  • Rolo – Famous wolf (Teutonic)
  • Rudolph – Famous wolf (Old German)
  • Eyolf – Lucky wolf (Norwegian)
  • Raoul – Wolf council; red wolf (English)

If you have not found your wolf’s or dog’s name here, write in the comments, and we will be happy to include it in the list!

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