121 indigenous names for girls: they sound good and mean much more

How difficult it is to choose the perfect name for our baby ! There are so many possibilities that we cannot make up our minds, especially when we are looking for a different one, who will tell our daughter for herself how special she is for us and how unique she will be in her life. So we wanted to follow the example of the singer Edurne and the soccer player David De Gea , and look for indigenous names like the one they chose for their first daughter: Yanay.

We tell you its meaning and we give you more options of names of Quechua, Aztec, Mayan, Guaraní origin … All of them sound and with great personality. These are the 121 most musical indigenous girls’ names with great personality.

  • Achikilla: of Quechua origin, it means “shining moon”.
  • Akapana: of Quechua origin, it means “whirlwind of wind, little hurricane”.
  • Alitzel: of Mayan origin, it means “smiling girl”.
  • Amankaya: of Mayan origin, it means “lily flower”.
  • Amaru: of Quechua origin. It is the name of the sacred serpent that represents infinity.
  • Ariché: comes from the native Mexican town of Tarahumara and means “sunset”.
  • Aruma: of Mayan origin, it means “night”.
  • Anahí. It is a Guaraní name, which means “the ceibo flower”, a characteristic flower of Argentina. The legend circulates in which Anahí turns into a plant when fleeing from the Spanish conquerors.
  • Aklla: of Quechua origin, it means “chosen”.
  • Asiri: of Quechua origin, it means “smiling, smiling.”
  • Awqa: of Quechua origin, it means “warrior, savage, enemy”.
  • Aymara: of Quechua origin, it means “protector, merciful, the one who welcomes in his home”. Also “immortal, the one who always comes back to life.”
  • Balanca: of Mayan origin, it means “nine stars”.
  • Chami: of Quechua origin, it means “Small”.
  • Citlalli: of Aztec origin, it means “star”.
  • Dayami: of Aztec origin, it means “goddess of the river”.
  • Eluney: of Mapuche origin, it means “gift from heaven.”
  • Erandi: of Aztec origin, it means “dawn”.
  • Haylli / Jaylli: of Quechua origin, it means “song of triumph, joy for victory”.
  • Illa / Ylla: of Quechua origin, it means “light, sacred, talisman, which brings luck and luck”. Also, “trustworthy”.
  • Illari: of Quechua origin, this name valid for a boy and a girl means “dawn, resplendent, dazzling.”
  • Inkill / Ynkill: of Quechua origin, it means “flowery meadow”.
  • Inkillay: of Quechua origin, it means “my little flower”.
  • Inti: name of Inca origin, means “sun”, “the Supreme being”
  • Itati: of Guarani origin, it means “the white stone”.
  • Itza: of Mayan origin, it means “sorceress of the water”.
  • Itzae: of Mayan origin, it means “gift of God”.
  • Itzamara: is the goddess of the stars according to Mayan mythology.
  • Itzamaray: of Mayan origin, it means “star”.
  • Itzel: of Mayan origin, it means “the evening star”.
  • Itzen: of Mayan origin, it means “dew”.
  • Itzia: of Mayan origin, it means “princess”.
  • Ixchel: of Mayan origin, it is the name of the Mayan goddess of the moon, love, medicine and pregnancy. It means “blonde woman.”
  • Iyali: of Aztec origin, it means “heart of earth”.
  • Izamal: of Mayan origin, it means “dew from the sky.” There is a town in Mexico that bears this name.
  • Izayana: of Quechua origin, name of a princess daughter of the chief Nequecheri.
  • Izhi: of Quechua origin, it means “mist, mist”.
  • Jatziry: of Aztec origin, it means “white flower”.
  • Khuyaq: of Quechua origin, it means “Lover, loving.”
  • Khuyana: of Quechua origin, it means “Love, compassion, worthy of being loved”.
  • Killa: of Quechua origin, it means “moon”.
  • Killari: of Quechua origin, it means “moonlight”.
  • Killay: of Quechua origin, it means “my little moon, the one with the color of iron.”
  • Kiwa: of Quechua origin, it means “Grass”.
  • Kori: of Quechua origin, it means “gold, golden”.
  • Koya: of Quechua origin, it means “main lady, queen”.
  • Kuka / Koka / Kokka: of Quechua origin: “coca, sacred plant”.
  • Kukuri: of Quechua origin, it means “turtledove, dove”.
  • Kukuyu: of Quechua origin, it means “firefly”.
  • Kusisa: of Quechua origin, it means “happy”.
  • Kuymi: of Quechua origin, it means “amaranth flower”.
  • Lawra: of Quechua origin, it means “Fervor”.
  • Litza: of Mayan origin, it means “star”.
  • Maimará: of Quechua origin, it means “a star falls”.
  • Malén: of Mapuche origin, it means “maiden”.
  • Malinali : of Aztec origin, it means “wild grass”.
  • Malli: of Aztec origin, it means “garden flowers”.
  • Maywa: of Quechua origin, it means “violet”.
  • Muyal: of Mayan origin, it means “cloud of the sky”.
  • Nayaraq / Nayarak: of Quechua origin, it means “She who has many desires”.
  • Nicte: of Mayan origin, it means “flower”.
  • Nictexa: of Aztec origin, it means “flower of water”.
  • Nikté / Nicté: of Mayan origin, it means “flower”. It was the name of a Mayan princess
  • Nuna: of Quechua origin, it means “soul, spirit”.
  • Nuscaa: of Mayan origin, it means “new land”.
  • Paqari: of Quechua origin, it means “Dawn”.
  • Pacha: of Quechua origin, it means “Earth, world”.
  • Qillqa: of Quechua origin, it means “writer”.
  • Quetzaly: of Nahuatl origin, it means “beautiful woman”.
  • Rawa: of Quechua origin, it means “hot, fiery, fire, candle”.
  • Sami: of Quechua origin, it means “lucky”.
  • Sasil / Saasil / Zazil: of Mayan origin, it means “dawn, clarity, light”.
  • Shaya: of Quechua origin, it means “upright, the one that always stands up”.
  • Shulla: of Quechua origin, it means “dew”.
  • Sicarú: of Zapotec origin, it means “beauty, beautiful, pretty”.
  • Sisa: of Quechua origin, it means “flower”.
  • Sugey: of Aztec origin, it means “sunlight”.
  • Sulata: of Quechua origin, it means “beautiful”.
  • Sumak / Sumaq: of Quechua origin, it means “beautiful, beautiful, pleasant”.
  • Sumailla: of Quechua origin, it means “beautiful light”.
  • Suyana / Suyay / Sulay: of Quechua origin, it means “hope”.
  • Taki: of Quechua origin, it means “song, music, dance”.
  • Tamya / Tamia: of Quechua origin, it means “rain”.
  • Taruka: of Quechua origin, it means “doe, fawn”.
  • Thani: of Quechua origin, it means “healthy”.
  • Umiña: of Quechua origin, it means “emerald, green precious stone”.
  • Urma: of Quechua origin, it means “the one who drops good things in her wake.”
  • Urpi: of Quechua origin, it means “dove”.
  • Urpillay: of Quechua origin, it means “my little dove, my beloved”.
  • Waqar: of Quechua origin, it means “white heron”.
  • Wara: of Quechua origin, it means “star”.
  • Warayana: of Quechua origin, it means “brown star
  • Wayanay: of Quechua origin, it means “swallow, bird, bird”.
  • Waylla: of Quechua origin, it means “green grass”
  • Wayta: of Quechua origin, it means “flower, feather, adorned
  • Xail: of Aztec origin, it means “flower”.
  • Xaman: of Mayan origin, it means “star”.
  • Xanat: of Aztec origin, it means “vanilla flower”.
  • Xareni: of Otomí (Aztec) origin, she was a goddess of love. It means “princess of the forest.”
  • Xotchil: of Aztec origin, it means ‘flower’.
  • Yachay: of Quechua origin, it means “wisdom”.
  • Yacu: of Quechua origin, it means “water”.
  • Yalit: of Mayan origin, it means “corn flower”.
  • Yamil: of Mayan origin, it means “love”.
  • Yanay: of Quechua origin. “My brunette. My beloved.” Its etymology and meaning would come to describe a woman with a good heart, sweet and eager to help others. “She is friendly and respected in the community.”
  • Yara: of Tupi origin, derived from “iara-“, which means “lady”. They apply to the honest, noble, caring woman.
  • Yareni: of Nahuatl origin, it means “our”.
  • Yaretzi: of Aztec origin, it means “she who will always be loved”.
  • Yatzary: of Aztec origin, it means “wheat spikelet”.
  • Yatzil: of Mayan origin, it means “beloved”.
  • Yatziri: of Mayan origin, it means “flower of the dew or maiden of the moon”.
  • Yelitza: of Aztec origin, it means “door of heaven”.
  • Yetzali: of Aztec origin, it means “little heart”.
  • Yexalen: of Mayan origin, it means “star”.
  • Yurak / Yuraq: of Quechua origin, it means “white”.
  • Yuri / Yori: Of Quechua origin, it means “dawn, the one that dawns, awakens to life.”
  • Yuria / Yoria / Loria : of Quechua origin, it means “dawn, dawn”.
  • Yuriana / Yoriana / Loriana: of Quechua origin, it means “dawn, dawn”.
  • Yuritzi: of Mayan origin, it means “goddess of the moonbeam”.
  • Zazil: of Mayan origin, it means “transparency of spirit, light, clarity”.
  • Zulia: of Mayan origin, she was a legendary princess of the Motilona nation. It means “river that overflows.”

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