are used by the Tupi people of Brazil.
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Anahí f Guarani, Tupi, Spanish (Latin American)
Meaning uncertain. In Tupi-Guarani legend this is the name of a princess killed by Spanish conquistadors, who was turned into a flower--usually identified with the flower of the Ceibo tree (Erythrina crista-galli)... [more
Bishnud m Tupi
A popular name among Tupi communities in Formosa (Argentina), this name may also be a Guarani mythological god.
Caique m Tupi (Latinized, Modern, Archaic)
Caique seems to be an indigenous word, more specifically the extinct Tupi language, which means "aquatic bird." Other translations seem to refer to "he who glides on the waters".... [more
Ceci f Tupi
The meaning is debatable. It could mean "my mother" or "mother who cries" in Tupi.
Iuna f Tupi
"Iuna" is a term derived from the Tupi-Guarani language, meaning "black river", by combining the words' 'y' (water, river) and "un" (black).
Juruna m & f Tupi, Lingua Geral
Means "black mouth" in Lingua Geral and it's an exonym used for the Yudjá people. The name is given after Mário Juruna (1942-2002), the first national-level federal representative in Brazil that belonged to an indigenous people.
Kawahib m Tupi
A popular name in Argentina and in Eastern Paraguay among Guarani people, also the name of a dialect of the language.
Ñamandu m Tupi
Meaning "God" in Tupí, this name is popular in North-Eastern Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil.
Nheengatu m Tupi
Popular name in ancient Guarani nations, it is now the name of a dialect of Guarani, and popular name for males of Tupi descent in Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Bolivia, Argentina and common among males of Tupi descent in Uruguay.
Tabare m Tupi
The name "Tabaré" means "independent". It's comun in Uruguay, and some parts of Argentina.
Tainara f Tupi, Portuguese (Brazilian)
The name comes from the Tupí language, spoken by the native indigenous peoples of Brazil. It means "star" or "full of light", "illuminated".
Tupã m Tupi
Known as the supreme god in Guarani mythology.
Ubiratã m Tupi
Means "strong spear" in Tupi, from übü'ra á'tã
Yamandú m Tupi, Guarani
Means "the precursor of the waters (of the world)" in Tupi-Guaraní.