are used by the Cree people of Canada.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Danis f Cree
From Cree otânisimâw
Mahikan m Cree
Means "wolf" in Cree, from the Cree mahihkan
"wolf; grey wolf; timber wolf".
Maskwa m Cree
The name comes from the Cree word for ''bear'' maskwa
Mistawasis m Cree
From Cree ᒥᐢᑕᐋᐧᓯᐢ (mistawâsis)
"big child", derived from ᒥᐢᑕᐦᐃ (mistahi)
"much, lots, big, great" and ᐊᐋᐧᓯᐢ (awâsis)
"child". This was the name of a prominent 19th-century Cree chief.
Paskwüw m Cree
Means "the plain", referring to the prairies, in Cree.
Payipwāt m Cree
Means "one who knows the secrets of the Sioux" in Cree.
Sâkêwêw f & m Cree
Means "He/She comes into view" in Cree.
Sâkowêw f & m Cree
Means "He/She makes a joyful sounds" or "War Whoop" in Cree.
Wīhkasko-kisēyin ᐄᐧᐦᑲᐢᑯ ᑭᓭᔨᐣ m Cree
Means "sweetgrass" in Cree. This was the name of a 19th-century Crow man who became one of the leading Plains Cree chiefs in the Battleford region of Saskatchewan, Canada.