Mapuche Submitted Names

Mapuche names are used by the Mapuche people of Chile and Argentina.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Aliwen m & f Mapuche
From Mapudungun aliwen meaning "tree."
Aluhé f & m Spanish (Latin American), Mapuche
Derived from Mapudungun alwe (also used as am), referring to (the spirit/soul of) a dead person.
Antü m & f Mapuche
From Mapudungun antü (also antv and anty) meaning "sun, day."
Awkan m Mapuche
From Mapudungun awkan meaning "rebellion, war."
Ayelin f Mapuche
Variant of Ayelen
Huilen f Mapuche
Mapuche "spring".... [more]
Kallfü m & f Mapuche
From Mapudungun kallfü (also kajfv) meaning "blue" (Smeets also lists "purple").
Kallfükura m Mapuche
Combination of Mapudungun Kallfü and kura meaning "stone."
Kallfüray f Mapuche
Original Mapudungun form of Calfuray.
Kallfürayen f Mapuche
Full form of Kallfüray, essentially a combination of Kallfü and Rayen.
Kallfürüngi m Mapuche
Means "blue Chilean Bamboo" in Mapuche.
Kintuillang m Mapuche
Means "look for semiprecious stones or beads" in Mapuche.
Lautaro m Mapuche (Hispanicized), Spanish (Latin American)
Hispanicized form of the Mapudungun given name Lef-Traru, which means "swift hawk", derived from lef meaning "swift" combined with traru meaning "hawk".... [more]
Llakolen f Mapuche
Feminine Mapuche name meaning "calm"
Mañke m Mapuche
From Mapudungun mañke, referring to the condor vulture.
Millarai f & m Mapuche
Variant of Millaray.
Paine f & m Spanish (Latin American), Mapuche
Spanish form of Payne (compare Painé).
Painé f & m Spanish (Latin American), Mapuche
Spanish form of Payne (compare Paine).
Pichulonko m Mapuche
Means "Big Pichula" in Mapuche. mapuche
Pire f & m Mapuche, Literature
From Mapudungun pire meaning "snow, hail" (compare Piren, derived from the verb).... [more]
Piren f Mapuche
From Mapudungun verb piren meaning "to snow, hail" (compare Pire, derived from the noun).
Piwke f & m Mapuche
From Mapudungun piwke meaning "heart."
Relmu f & m Mapuche (Rare)
From Mapudungun relmu meaning "rainbow."
Tahiel m & f Mapuche, Spanish (Latin American, Modern, Rare), Popular Culture
Variant of Taiel. The name is found mainly in Argentina. ... [more]
Taiel m & f Mapuche, Spanish (Latin American)
From Mapuche tayül denoting a song by a shaman.... [more]
Tehuel m & f Mapuche
Meaning "brave", "indomitable" in mapudungun the language of the Mapuche people. Used in Argentina and Chile.
Wenu f & m Mapuche
From Mapudungun wenu, a noun meaning "sky" and an adverb meaning "up, above."