are used by the Omaha and Ponca peoples of Oklahoma and Nebraska.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
DONOMA f Omaha-Ponca
Means "sight of the sun" in Omaha–Ponca, from Omaha dóⁿbe
"to see, look at, perceive" and miⁿ
MIGINA f Omaha-Ponca
Means "returning moon", from the Omaha miⁿ
"moon, sun", ginóⁿ
MIMITEH f Omaha-Ponca (?), Popular Culture
Possibly a variant of Mi'mite
, an Omaha name of uncertain meaning, or a variant of the Omaha name Mi'mitega
meaning "new moon". This is the name of a Native American vampire in Scott Snyder's comic book series American Vampire
NIDAWI f Omaha-Ponca
Baby name books and sites list this name as meaning "fairy", but that is incorrect. In Omaha, nidawį
actually means "elephant woman", from the Omaha nida
referring to the giant bones found in riverbanks.