Inuit Baby Names With Meanings
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Inuit Baby Names List
|A'akuluujjusi||Name of the Goddess who created animals from her clothes.||Girl|
|Ahnah||A wise woman.||Girl|
|Akna||Inuit goddess of fertility and childbirth.||Girl|
|Alasie||She who is honest and noble.||Girl|
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|Amaqjuaq||The strong one||Boy|
|Amka||One with a friendly spirit.||Girl|
|Anjij||Inuit form of Anne. It means grace.||Girl|
|Aput||Inuit word for snow.||Unisex|
|Aqakuktuq||Inuit word for fish catcher.||Girl|
|Arnaaluk||Big woman or spirit of the woman under the sea.||Girl|
|Arnakuagsak||Old woman from the sea. Goddess of the hunters.||Girl|
|Arnapkapfaaluk||Name of the goddess who inspires fear in the hearts of hunters.||Girl|
|Asiaq||Goddess prayed for good weather.||Girl|
|Ataksak||Goddess of the ruler of the sky.||Girl|
|Atiqtalaaq||Atiqtalaaq means Polar bear cub in Inuit language.||Unisex|
|Atiqtalik||Polar bear mother||Girl|
|Cupun||Inuit word for coal.||Unisex|
|Elisapee||Elisapee is a spelling variation of Elisapie. It means my God is an oath.||Girl|
|Elisapie||Inuit form of the name Elizabeth. It means my God is an oath.||Girl|
|Hitty||A form of Hiti. It means hyena.||Girl|
|Ikiaq||Red spruce in Inuit language.||Unisex|