Narragansett Submitted Names

Narragansett names are used by the Narragansett people of Rhode Island.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Canonchet m Narragansett
A Narragansett Sachem and leader of Native American troops during the Great Swamp Fight and King Philip's War.
Canonicus m Narragansett
A Native American chief of the Narragansett people.
Chepi f & m Algonquin, New World Mythology, Wampanoag, Narragansett
Means "ghost" in Wampanoag and Narragansett. It was another name for Hobomock.
Hobomock m & f Algonquin, Wampanoag, Narragansett, New World Mythology
In Algonquin legends (mainly Wampanoag and Narragansett) Hobomock is the manito the spirit of death: a destructive, often evil, being. He is subject of many Wampanoag 'bogeyman' stories, warning children away from dangerous or naughty behavior... [more]
Miantonomoh m Narragansett
A chief of the Narragansett people of New England Indians.
Nanuntenoo m Narragansett
Another name for Canonchet, a Narragansett sachem.
Ninigret m Narragansett
Name of a Niantic sachem, also known as Juanemo.
Nootau m Narragansett (?)
Many sources list the meaning as "fire" in Algonquin, but this is incorrect. The Algonquin word for fire is ishkode. It does however mean "a fire, especially for cooking" in the Narragansett language, of the Narragansett tribe, who were an Algonquin peoples.
Wyancombone m Narragansett
Name of a son of Wyandanch.