Ainu Submitted Names

Ainu names are used by the Ainu people of Japan.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
ABENANKA アベナンカ f Ainu
Probably from アベ (abe) meaning "fire" and ナンカ (nanka), combined from ナン (nan) meaning "face" and カ (ka) meaning "top."
APASAM-KAMUY アパサム カムイ m Ainu, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (KAMUY) of the threshold, often summoned for protection during changes of state.
CHIKAP チカプ m Ainu
Means "bird" in Ainu.
CIKAP-KAMUY チカプ カムイ m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (KAMUY) of land and owls, often depicted as (to nobody's surprise) a great owl.
HAKUMAKLE ハクマックㇽ m & f Ainu
Meaning "Hurry" in Ainu.
HARUKOR ハルコル m Ainu
Means "one who has food" in Ainu.
HASINAW-UK-KAMUY ハシナウ・ウク・カムイ f Ainu, Japanese Mythology
Ainu goddess (KAMUY) of the hunt.
IMEKANU イメカヌ f Ainu
Ainu female name, borne most notably by a mythologist and poet (Japanese name: Kannari MATSU (金成 マツ)) credited with preserving numerous Ainu epics (Yukar).
ISONASH イソナシ m Ainu
Means "great hunter" in Ainu.
KAKULA カクラ f Ainu
Meaning "Lie Down like a Sea Cucumber" in Ainu.
KAMUIMA カムイマ m Ainu
Meaning "Cooking Bear Meat" in Ainu.
KAMUY カムィ m & f Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Refers to a spiritual or divine entity in the mythology of the indigenous Ainu people of Japan. The term shares similarities with the Japanese word "kami" (神) in both phonology and meaning.
KANDAKORO-KAMUY カンダコロ カムイ m Ainu, Japanese Mythology, Far Eastern Mythology
God of the sky and prime originator in Ainu mythology.
KENAS-UNARPE ケナㇱウナㇻペ f Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Blood-sucking monster in Ainu mythology who primarily preys upon hunters.
KIM-UN-KAMUY キムンカムイ m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (KAMUY) of bears and mountains. Bears are a common feature in Ainu mythology and are often depicted as benevolent creatures.
KINALABUKK キナラブック m & f Ainu
Meaning "Person who play with the Bulrush" in Ainu.
KINA-SUT-KAMUY キナスッカムイ m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (KAMUY) of snakes, depicted as the brother of NUSA-KOR-KAMUY (occasionally, they are even regarded as the same entity).
KOTAN-KAR-KAMUY コタンカルカムイ m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu creator deity, responsible for the creation of the human world, the six gods (KAMUY), and six underworlds.
KUUCHINKLO クーチンコㇿ m Ainu
Meaning "Person with a Bow and Fur-Drying Fram" in Ainu.
KUUKLEKLE クーカㇽクㇽ m Ainu
Meaning "People who make Bows" in Ainu.
MOSIRKARA-KAMUY モシリカラ カムイ m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (KAMUY) responsible for creating the Earth at the behest of (Kandakoro Kamuy).
MUISASHIMATS ムイサシマッ f Ainu
Meaning "Sweeping Woman" in Ainu.
NIUTANIMATS イウタニマッ f Ainu
Meaning "Woman with a Pestle" in Ainu.
NUSA-KOR-KAMUY ヌサ・コル・カムイ m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (KAMUY) of the dead who occasionally serves as a messenger to the other Kamuy.
PAUCHI-KAMUY パウチ カムイ m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (KAMUY) of insanity, said to plague humanity with stomach aches, seizures, and uncontrollable dancing.
POIYAUNPE ポイヤウンペ m Ainu
Character in the Ainu epic Kotan Utunnai. In the story, he discovers that he is of Ainu heritage and reunites with his people.
REPUN-KAMUY レプン カムイ m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (KAMUY) of the sea, depicted as either an orca or a harpoon-wielding young man.
RESUNOTEK レスノテク f Ainu
Means "skilled at child rearing" in Ainu.
SHINDA シンダ m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (KAMUY) of fertility.
SHIRAMBA-KAMUY シラムバ カムイ m Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu god (KAMUY) of vegetation. He is depicted as the brother of HASINAW-UK-KAMUY, the goddess of the hunt.
TANELANKEMATS タネランケマッ f Ainu
Meaning "Woman who plants Seeds" in Ainu.
TOKAPCUP-KAMUY トカㇷ゚チュㇷ゚カムイ f Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu goddess (KAMUY) of the Sun, said to have raised AE-OYNA-KAMUY.
TURUSHINO トゥルシノ m Ainu
Meaning "Coverd with Dirt" in Ainu.
TURUSHNO トウルシノ m Ainu
Means "covered with grime" in Ainu.
WAKA-USH-KAMUY ワッカ ウシ カムイ f Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu goddess (KAMUY) of freshwater.
YUSHKEP-KAMUY f Ainu, Far Eastern Mythology, Japanese Mythology
Ainu goddess (KAMUY) of spiders. She often assists NUSA-KOR-KAMUY in his tasks.