Apache Submitted Names

Apache names are used by the Apache peoples of the southwestern United States.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Alope f Apache
Borne by the first wife of the Apache chief Geronimo (1829-1909), daughter of Noposo, from the Nedni-Chiricahua band of Apache. She and her three children with Geronimo were killed by Mexican raiders.
Azul f & m Spanish, Portuguese, Filipino, Apache
From Spanish and Portuguese azul meaning "blue."... [more]
Bay-chen-daysen m Apache
Means "long nose" in Apache.
Chooli f Navajo, Apache
From Navajo or Western Apache dził "mountain". In Navajo, it can also mean "mountain range".
Ciye m Apache
Means "my son" in Apache.
Haškɛnadɨltla m Apache
Means "angry, agitated" in Apache.
Itza-chu m Apache
Apache name derived from the elements itzd (hawk) and chu (great): hence, "great hawk, eagle."
Kan-da-zis Tlishishen m Apache
Means "red shirt" or "pink shirt" in Apache.
Kas-tziden m Apache
Means "broken foot" in Apache.
La-choy Ko-kun-noste m Apache
Means "red sleeve" in Apache.
Lozen f Apache
Legendary warrior of the Apache.
Nantan m Apache
Means "spokesman" in Apache.
Sunciaray f Obscure, Apache (Hispanicized, ?)
Possibly a variant of Sons-ee-ah-ray using Spanish spelling conventions, with the initial syllable altered due to the influence of Asunción.
Tantoo m & f Cree, Popular Culture, Apache
Variation of Tonto, from Spanish tonto (“fool”), from Western Apache kounʼnde (“wild rough people”). ... [more]
Tonto f Apache
From Spanish tonto (“fool”), from Western Apache kounʼnde (“wild rough people”).
Tseenaagai'bi'zhaa f Apache
Means "daughter of whitetail" in Apache.