Internet Guide to OA Insignia

Lodge Name Translation Project



Along with Jan Boyd, a lodge brother, I am trying to compile an updated and complete list of all lodge name translations.  They will be included on each lodge's page on this site.  If you can help, please email me.  Please include the lodge number, name, translation, what language it's from, and any other relevant information.

Thank you.

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We Already Have These 610 Name Translations...

Lodges 1-99 (158 lodges)

1 Unami People Down the River (Lenape)

2 Sanhican Along The Water (Lenape)

2 Sakuwit Where the Rivers Merge

2 Ajapeu Buck

3 Nawakwa In the Middle of the Forest

4 Ranachqua Place on the Other Side (Algonquin)

4 Kintecoying Crossroads Of Nations (Lenape)

5 Minsi Named for the Wolf Clan of the Lenape (Lenape)

5 Kittatinny The Endless Mountain (Lenape)

6 Wagion Thunderbird (Lenape)

8 Unalactigo Wild Turkey (Lenape)

8 Mascoutens People of the Little Prairie

9 Cowaw Pine Tree (Lenape)

9 Narraticong Name of Tribe

9 Lenapehoking Spirit of the Lenape (Lenape)

10 Sassacus Name of a Pequot Chieftain

10 Tschitani Stronger (Lenape)

11 Susquehannock Name of Tribe

11 Sasquesahanough Early spelling of Susquehanna River

12 Nentico Name of Local Indian Tribe (derived from Nanticoke)

13 Wiatava Green Valley

14 Mantowagan Those With Spiritual Power (Lenape)

14 Ema'o Mahpe Red Water (Cherokee)

15 Chappegat Deep Water (Lenape)

15 Mide Great Medicine Drum

15 Ktemaque From the Land of the Beaver

16 Tonkawampus A Famous Local Chief, Chief of the Tonkas (Chippewa)

16 Totanhan Nakaha From the Past, A New Beginning

17 Cuyahoga The Crooked River (Algonquin)

19 Sisilija Buffalo (Lenape)

19 Ganienkeh Land of the Flint (Mohawk)

19 Haudenosaunee We of the Extended Tribe

20 Nentego People Across the Water; derived from Nanticoke (Lenape?)

21 Wulakamike The Good Land (Lenape)

21 Jaccos Towne Name of Village, derived from Jacco Godfroy (Wabash Wea)

22 Octoraro Muddy Water; Name of River (Lenape)

23 Wenasa Quenhotan Three Corn Sisters (Iroquois)

24 Shu-Shu-Gah Great Blue Heron (Longfellow's Hiawatha)

25 Nacha Tindey Three Fires (Lenape)

26 Blue Ox Paul Bunyan's Blue Ox, Babe (English)

27 Pa-Hin Porcupine (Lakota)

29 Chippewa To Roast Until Puckered Up (Ojibwe)

30 Winnigus Mink (Lenape)

31 Naguonabe Feather, Name of Person (Anishinabe)

32 Tahawus Cloud Spitter

32 Kishkakon Those Who Make Trails (Lenape)

(32) Puvunga Gathering Place (Tongva)

33 Ajapeu Buck

34 Gonlix Lynx (Lenape?)

34 Ga-Hon-Ga Jogah of Rocks and Rivers (Iroquois)

35 Wichita Name of Tribe

36 Onondaga People of the Hills

37 Achtu Deer

37 Elauwit Hunter

37 Ka-Ti Missi Sipi Eagle Over the Great River (Ojibwe)

37 Te'Kening In The Forest

38 Inali Grey Fox (Cherokee)

38 Konepaka Ketiwa Land of the Flying Eagle

39 Swatara Name of a Creek (Iroquois)

39 Wunita Gokhos Owl Who Knows How (Lenape)

40 Ma-Ka-Ja-Wan Spring Fed Lake

41 Lowaneu Allanque North Star (Lenape)

42 Osage Name of Tribe

42 Wah-Sha-She Children of the Middle Waters

43 Delmont Combination of Delaware and Montgomery (English)

43 Woapalanne Bald Eagle (Lenape)

44 Pohopoco Valley Stream (Lenape)

44 Witauchsoman To Be in Fellowship

45 Pokawachne A Creek Between Two Hills

45 Tiwahe Family

46 Eriez Name of Tribe

46 Langundowi Peaceful One (Lenape)

47 Hanigus Ground Squirrel

47 Amangi Nacha The Great Three (Lenape)

48 Wakpominee They Who Camp Along the Water

49 Suanhacky Island Of Shells (Lenape)

50 Cherokee Name of Tribe

50 Coosa River People (Muskogean)

51 Osage Name of Tribe

51 Shawnee Name of Tribe

52 Moswetuset Name of a Hill

(52) Pennacook ( )

53 Wapaha Feathered Bonnet

53 Midewiwin Great Medicine Lodge (Ojibwe)

53 Wahpekute Hunter Amongst the Leaves

54 Allemakewink On the North Side of the Hill (Lenape)

55 Waukheon Thunderbird

55 Illini Brave Men

56 Okiciyapi Helping Each Other (Lakota)

56 Wapashuwi White Lynx (Lenape)

57 Kuwewanik Red Squirrel (Lenape)

57 Kiasutha Seneca Half-king, Crosses Standing in a Row (Seneca)

57 Enda Lechauhanne Forks in the River (Lenape)

57 Allohak Menewi Strong all together (Lenape)

58 Ut-In Sélica Twin Spirits

59 Kiehtan Spirit of the Southwest; Supreme Deity (Natick)

59 Eluwak Most Powerful One (Lenape)

60 Aina Topa Hutsi The Arrowhead Lodge

61 Awase Bear (Menominee)

62 Sioux Cut-throat or enemy, Name given Lakota by the French (French)

62 Talligewi Sleep Three (Lenape)

63 Potawatomie Name of Tribe

63 Ohlone Name of Local Tribe

64 Skanondo Deer (Iroquois)

64 Toloma Lynx

65 Tseyedin A High Place

65 Tecumseh Name of Chief, Panther Crossing Over (Shawnee)

66 Yah-Tah-Ney-Si-Kess misspelled

66 Yah-Tah-Hey-Si-Kess Hello, My Friend (Navajo)

67 Anicus Chipmunk (Lenape)

67 Black Hawk Chief Black Hawk (English)

68 Miquin A Quill (Lenape)

69 Tribe of Mazasha Tribe of Red Iron

69 Mazasha Red Iron

70 Tali Taktaki White Heron on a Grey Stone (Cherokee)

70 Keyauwee Name of Tribe

70 Tsoiotsi Tsogalii We Three Friends (Cherokee)

71 Na-Tasi-Hi In the Pines (misspelled) (Cherokee)

71 Na-Tsi-Hi In The Pines (Cherokee)

72 Tejas Name of Tribe

73 Sinawa Name of Tribe

74 Timmeu Wolf (Old Lenape)

75 Kiskakon Those Who Make Trails

76 Hunnikick Otter (Lenape)

77 Lekau Sand Piper

78 Kwahadi Antelope

80 Silver Tomahawk Name of Pre-existing Honor Society (English)

80 Silver Tomahawk Name of Pre-existing Honor Society (English)

81 Taleka Crane

82 Man-A-Hattin Island Mountain (Algonquin)

83 Allogagan He Who Serves (Lenape)

(83) Pocumtuc Name of Tribe

84 Wakanta Spirit (Sioux)

85 Seminole Name of Tribe

86 Wiccopee Tying Bark (Algonquin)

86 Nacha Nimat Three Brothers (Lenape)

87 Bob White Bob White (English)

88 Munhacke Badger (Lenape)

88 Allohak Powerful One (Lenape)

88 Manitous The Mystic Lodge (Ojibway)

(88) Kishatek Northern Lights

89 Kepayshowink A Good Place to Camp (Chippewa)

89 Mischigonong Land of the Lakes (Chippewa)

90 Canaliño Name of Tribe

90 Chumash Name of Tribe

92 Illini Brave Men

93 Katinonkwat Heart's Desire (Huron)

94 Tatanka-Anpetu-Wi Buffalo Sun (Lakota)

95 Ty-Ohni Wolf

95 Tschipey Achtu Ghost Deer (Lenape)

96 Tom Kita Chara The Leaping Buck

97 Cha-Pa Beaver (Lakota)

97 Kit-Ke-Hak-O-Kut On the Hill Above the River

98 Navajo Name of Tribe

(98) Withlacoochee ( )

99 Te Jas Name of Tribe

99 Tonkawa They All Stay Together (Huaco Name for Tonkaweya tribe)

(99) I-Tsu-Law Togetherness (Cherokee)

Lodges 100-199 (111 lodges)

100 Anpetu-we Rising Sun (Lakota)

101 Mikanakawa I go to prepare a trail for you to follow

102 Mirimichi Place of Happy Retreat, Land of the Micmacs (Denee)

(102) Tulpe Lenape

103 Monaken Digging Implement (intended as groundhog?) (Lenape)

104 Occoneechee Name of Local Indian Tribe (derived from Occaneechi)

105 Tetonwana Dwellers of the Prairie (Lakota)

106 Glikhikan Laughing Waters, Name of Lenape Warrior

108 Wakosha Fox (Ojibwe)

108 Sac-N-Fox Name of Tribes( Saulk and Fox ) (English)

109 Shawnee Name of Tribe

110 Pokagon Leopold Pokagon, A Chief; Name of Pre-existing Honor Society

111 Wa-Hi-Nasa Home of Eagles (Cherokee)

112 Aquehongian Place of the Sandy Beach

113 Wihinipa Hinsa Bay Sunrise (Sioux)

114 Stigwandish Person's Name; Standing Rock

114 Nisha Kittan Two Great Rivers (Lenape)

115 Cascasquia How Beautiful is the Sun

116 Santee Name of Tribe

117 Croatan Dark Yellow (Algonquin)

118 Wahissa Happy Place (Cherokee)

119 Tomo-Chi-Chi Name of a Creek Nation Warrior

120 Gosh Wha Gono People of the Big River (Mohawk)

123 Zit-Kala-Sha Red Bird (Sioux)

124 Neemat My Brother (Lenape)

125 Memeu Wood Cock

126 Cahokia Named After the Cahokia Mound (English)

127 Tribe of Tahquitz Name of Pre-existing Honor Society; Cahuilla Spirit (English)

127 Tahquitz Name of Pre-existing Honor Society; Cahuilla Spirit (English)

127 Cahuilla Name of Tribe

128 Kickapoo Name of a Tribe

129 Egwa Tawa Dee Broad Winged Hawk (Cherokee)

130 Sagamore Chief (Algonquin)

130 Scarouady Chief Scarouady, An Oneida Leader

131 Kahagon In The Forest (Iroquois)

133 Ma-Nu White Buffalo

134 Tsali A Cherokee, gave his life so others could remain in NC (Cherokee)

136 Maheengun Wolf

136 Maheengun Wolf

137 Coloneh The Raven, Name Given to Sam Houston (Cherokee)

137 Colonneh The Raven, Name Given to Sam Houston (Cherokee)

138 Ta Tsu Hwa Red Bird (Northern Cardinal) (Cherokee)

139 Ah-tic Standing Elk (Chippewa)

140 Ma-Ka-Tai-Me-She-Kia-Kiak Name of Chief Blackhawk (Algonquin)

140 Wulapeju One Who Is Just

141 Tatanka Buffalo

145 Nachenum Racoon (Lenape)

145 Ku-Ni-Eh Order of Manhood (Maidu)

147 Tamegonit Leader

148 Inola Grey Fox (Cherokee)

149 Caddo True Chiefs (Caddoan)

151 Marnoc Love of the Outdoors

152 Indian Drum (English)

153 Oh-Da-Ko-Ta Friendly

154 Checote Name of Chief

155 Michikinaqua Thundercloud (Ojibwe)

156 Ag-Im Snowshoe (Ojibway)

157 Leekwinai Snapping Turtle (Lenape)

158 Winnepurkit Son of Nanepashemet

158 Nanepashemet New Moon; Great Sachem of Massachusetts Federation

159 Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee People of the Longhouse (Iroquois)

160 Quapaw Name of Tribe

161 Ne-Pah-Win Sleeping Indian

161 Koo Koo Ku Hoo Wise Old Bird of the Forest

161 Tutelo Name of Tribe

162 Migisi Opawgan Eagle and Peace Pipe (Chippewa)

163 Tslagi Cherokee (Cherokee - misspelled)

163 Tsalagi Cherokee (Cherokee)

164 Manomet Portage; Name of Village (Algonquin)

164 Tisquantum Name for Chief Squanto (Patuxet)

165 Chautauqua Bag Tied in Middle (Tuscarora)

165 Ho-Nan-Ne-Ho-Ont Keeper of the Western Door (Seneca)

167 Woapink Opossum

167 Woapink Opussum

168 Unalachtigo Wild Turkey

168 Kuskitannee Derived from Indian Trail Kuskuskie-Kittany

170 Khu-Ku-Koo-Huu Wise Old Bird of the Forest

170 Muc-Kis-Sou A Chief's Name, Big Foot (Potawatomi)

171 Crazy Horse (1939 - 1982) Chief Crazy Horse (Sioux Chief)

171 Tashunka Witco Chief Crazy Horse (Sioux)

171 Tasunka Witco Chief Crazy Horse (Sioux)

171 Crazy Horse Chief Crazy Horse (Sioux Chief)

172 Otahnagon Camp in the Pines

173 Ojibwa An Algonquin Tribe, Chippewa (Algonquin/Chippewa)

173 Takachsin To Lead

175 Lakota Name of Tribe (Lakota)

178 Mohican Name of Tribe

178 Meechgalanne Hawk (Lenape)

179 Alibamu In A Clearing

180 Chickagami Large Water (Chippewa)

181 Mahikan Name of Tribe

181 Nischa-Nimat Two Brothers (Lenape)

181 Ganienkeh Land of Flint

182 White Beaver (English)

184 Sequoyah Name of Chief

185 Atta Kulla Kulla The Leaning Wood; Name of Chief, aka The Little Carpenter (Cherokee)

186 Wakanda Name of Pre-Existing Honor Society; Osage Supreme Power

188 Iti Bapishe Iti Hollo Brothers Together

190 Wisawanik Red Squirrel

191 Lowwapaneu Northeast

193 Ashwanchi Kinta Busy Beaver (Choctaw)

194 Chequa Thunderbird (Pottawatomi)

194 Orca Killer Whale, Orca (English)

195 Ma-Ta-Cam Chief's Name, King Philip

195 King Philip Chief's Name

195 Tah Heetch Land of the Oak Covered Valley (Yokut)

196 Mesabi Giant, Name of a Mountain (Ojibwe)

196 Ka'Niss Ma'Ingan Brother Wolf

197 Waupecan Name of a Chief (Potawatomi)

198 Kansa People of the South Wind, Name of Tribe (Kanza)

199 Wahinkto Arrowpoint (Blackfoot)

 

Lodges 200-299 (86 lodges)

200 Echockotee We Are Brothers (Muskogean Seminole)

201 Kootaga Name of Chief

202 Chicksa Name of Chief that Lead Tribe to its Homeland (Chickasaw)

204 Chattahoochee The River that Crosses Flowered Stones (Creek)

205 Notawacy Rattlesnake

205 Nguttitehen To Be of One Heart and Mind (Lenape)

206 Teetonkah Buffalo

207 Stanford Named for Leland Stanford, Jr. (English)

207 Stanford-Oljato Leland Stanford, Jr., and Name of local pine (English)

209 Netopalis Sipo Schipinachk Warriors of the River with Outstretched Arms

210 Adjudimo Grey Squirrel

211 Pamola Name of a Mountain Deity

212 Nischa Chuppecat Two Deepwaters (Lenape)

214 Gimogash Name of Pre-existing Honor Society, The Silent Power

217 Mattatuck Land of Few Trees (Algonquin)

218 Cuwe Pine Tree (Lenape)

219 Calusa Name of a Seminole Tribe

219 Kayanernh-kowa The Great Binding Law of Peace

219 Lowanne Nimat Brothers of the North

220 Passaconaway Child of the Bear (Penacook Chieftain's Name)

221 Muscogee Swampy Land

223 Acahela (1942 - 1969) Joining of the Waters

223 Gischigin To Be Born

223 Acahela (1985 - 1991) Joining of the Waters

224 Cowikee Water Carrying, Name of River (Muskogean)

226 Chemokemon Big Bog (Algonquin)

229 Chippewa ( )

229 Pilthlako Big Swamp

230 Pellissippi Winding Waters

231 Mikano Turtle (Ho Chunk)

232 Akela Wahinapay The Chief is the Arrow of Light

233 Wa-Zi-Ya-Ta North (Lakota)

234 Wihungen To Sacrifice

236 Un A Li'yi Place Where Friends Meet (Cherokee)

237 Aal-Pa-Tah Alligator (Seminole)

239 Semialachee from SEMInole and the ApALACHicola River

240 Ney-A-Ti By The Water

241 Tomahawk Name of a Pre-existing Honor Society (English)

241 Tomahaken Tomahawk

243 Mowogo MOse W. GOrdon, name of Scouter (English)

245 Tulpe Turtle (Lenape)

246 Horicon Name of a Town in New York

246 Pachsegink In The Valley

248 Wabaningo Spirit of the East Wind

249 Spe-Le-Yai Song of the Coyote (Shoshone)

251 Ho-Squa-Sa-Gah-Da Woodsman (Iroquois)

252 Siwinis Name of Pre-Existing Honor Society; Big Pine Tree

253 Tsisqan Running Deer (Umpqua)

254 Comanche Name of Tribe

255 Gyantwachia Chief Cornplanter, One Who Plants Corn (Seneca)

256 Skanondo Inyan Deer Rock (Iroquois)

257 Agaming Quiet Waters by the Shore (Chippewa)

258 Shenandoah Daughter of the Stars

260 Sebooney Okasucca Old Hickory

261 Missituck Great Tidal River

261 Taskiagi Jumper; Warrior (intended to be Minuteman) (Lenape)

264 Ouxouiga Thunderbird (Apache)

265 O-Shot-Caw Great White Heron (Seminole)

266 In-Mut-Too-Yah-Lat-Lat Thunder that Ascends the Eastern Mountains; Name for Chief Joseph

266 Tukarica Cougar, Name of an Indian Group (Shoshone)

267 Mohawk Name of Tribe

268 Ta-Oun-Ya-Wat-Ha Hiawatha (Iroquois)

269 Me-She-Kin-No-Quah Little Turtle (Ojibwe)

271 Madockawanda Chief's Name

273 Wehadkee White Water (Cree)

275 Nachamawat Three In One (Lenape)

276 Shenshawpotoo Derived from Shenandoah (council name), Shawnee, Potomac, Two Rivers, and Shenco (district names) (English)

278 Yo-Se-Mite Name of Pre-Existing Honor Society (Miwok)

280 Wag-O-Shag Little Foxes

281 Sekettummaqua Black Beaver

282 Royaneh Happy Place

282 Achewon Nimat Spiritual Brother (Lenape)

284 Tuscarora Name of Tribe

285 Kcumkum King Salmon

288 Washita Name of Tribe

289 Papoukewis Fort in the Open (Mingo)

290 Wazi Yata North (Lakota)

291 Topa Topa Chief's Name (Twin White Gophers)

292 Tarhe Crane

293 Talidandaganu' Two Looking at Each Other (Cherokee)

294 Kamargo Keepers of the Black Waters (Iroquois)

295 Otena Place of the Teepee

296 Nayawin Rar Night Hawk

297 Uncas Son of Chingachgook

298 San Gorgonio Name of Mountain, Name of Pre-Existing Honor Society

299 Nez Perce Pierced Nose (Name of Tribe) (French)

 

Lodges 300-399 (102 lodges)

300 Apoxky Aio Grizzly Bear (Siksika)

301 Moskwa Bear (Tillicum)

302 Koshkonong Shut in with Fog (Ojibway)

303 Yowlumne People of the Wolf (Yokut)

304 Cayucos Kayak (Spanish)

304 Miwok Name of Tribe

304 Chumash Name of Tribe

305 Kelcema Acronym for Kelly, Celia and Mary - Daughters of council camp's former owner (English)

306 Michi-Kina-Kwa Thundercloud (Ojibwe)

307 Karankawa Name of Tribe

309 Tsutsusid Chipmunk

309 Quanopin Name of a Indian

309 Grand Monadnock Name of Local Mountain (English)

310 Kaskanampo Men Warriors (Kosati)

311 Koo Ben Sho KOOtenai, BENnewah, and SHOshone counties (Council Area) (English)

311 Sel Koo Sho SELkirk area, KOOtenai and SHOshone counties (Council Area) (English)

311 Es Kaielgu Spotted Horse (Flathead Kalispel)

312 Nebagamon Hunting Deer on the Water with Fire

313 Bison Bison (English)

313 Golden Eagle Golden Eagle (English)

313 Tankiteke Those of Slight Stature

313 Owaneco A Chief's Name; Uncas' Son (Mohegan)

314 Mishawaka Place of the Dead Trees (Ojibwa)

315 Mandoka Named after Sam Mandoka, Potawatomi Chief

316 Quekolis Whippoorwill

317 Guneukitschik Indeed a Very Long Way (name of a creek)

318 Waguli Whipporwill (Cherokee)

319 Watatic Name of a Massachusetts Mountain

320 Oklahoma from Red Person (Choctaw)

320 Oskihoma Red Person (Choctaw)

321 Nani-Ba-Zhu Mother Earth (Kanza)

322 White Fang White Fang (English)

322 Woa Cholena Great White Bird

323 Arrowhead Arrowhead (English)

324 Ini-to Thundering Springs (Navajo)

325 Quilshan Derived from Koma Kulshan, "Steep White Mountain" (Nooksack)

326 Tipisa Red Tipi; Name of a Pre-Existing Honor Society (Sioux)

327 Huaco Name of Tribe; Heron (Muskogee)

330 Kotso Name of Tribe

331 Klahican Trap

332 Tecumseh Shawnee Indian Chief

333 Hiawassee Meadow (Cherokee)

333 Wahunsenakah Chief Powhatan's Name

334 Shin-Go-Beek Evergreen

335 Ump Quah Name of Tribe

336 Wa-La-Moot-Kin Place of the Little Swift River (Nez Perce)

338 Sikhs Mox Lamonti Friends of the Two Mountains (Chinook Jargon)

339 Amo'chk Beaver (Ojibwe)

339 Ashokwahta Peace

340 Timuquan Name for local tribe

341 Japeechen Along The Bank

342 Sumi Deer

343 Wapsu Achtu White Deer (Lenape)

343 Woapeu Sisilija White Buffalo

345 White Panther White Panther (English)

345 Koi Hatachie White Panther

346 Wiyaka Feather (Paiute)

346 Tannu Pronghorn Antelope (Paiute)

347 Wopsononock Land of the Rising Sun

348 Tahoma Highest Hill (Klickitat)

349 Blue Heron Blue Heron, Indigenous to Camp Darden (English)

353 Immokalee Name of the Spirit Owl

354 Mayi Salmon

355 Nanuk Polar Bear (Inuit)

356 Tatokainyanka Running Antelope (Lakota)

357 Adirondack Bark Eater, a derogatory name (Iroquois)

358 Echeconnee Deer Trap Creek (Creek)

359 Aquaninoncke Bush Net Fishing Place (Algonquin)

360 Shinnecock Name of Local Indian Tribe

362 Ken-Etiwa-Pec Long Pine Pond (Lenape?)

363 Ma I Shu Golden Eagle (Hidatsu)

364 Loon A Native Bird (English)

365 Lemonti Lemooto Mountain Sheep

367 Wapiti Elk

368 Tapawingo Place Of Joy (Lenape)

369 Arcoon Racoon (Algonquin)

370 Massasoit Name of Chief

372 Mandan Name of Tribe

373 Carcajou Wolverine

373 Nacha-Mawat Three In One (Lenape)

374 Gabe-Shi-Win-Gi-Ji-Kens Camp on the Little Cedar

375 Machek N'Gult Golden Bear (Miwok)

376 A-Me-Qua Beaver (Shawnee)

377 Sipp-O River

378 Gila Name of Tribe

379 Kaweah Name of Tribe

381 Ni-Sanak-Tani Place Where Three Rivers Meet

383 Tahosa Dwellers on the Mountain Tops (Kiowa)

384 Tiadaghton Name of an Iroquois Chieft

385 Yustaga Drinkers of the Firewater

386 Tuckahoe Land of the Deer and Fawn

387 Ha-Kin-Skay-A-Ki Big Sheep on the Mountain

390 Nitapokaiyo Grizzly Bear (misspelled) (Siksika)

390 Amangi Mos Great Elk

391 Chiriqui Name for Local Tribe (Spanish)

392 Tillicum Friends (Tillicum)

393 Abake-Mi-Sa-Na-Ki People of the Dawn (Malseet-Passamaquoddy)

394 Seneca Name of Tribe

395 Kowaunkamish My Service to You

397 Chilantakoba Brown Pelican (Choctaw)

398 Memphremagog Beautiful waters (Abenaki)

399 Abooikpaagun Watery Spring

 

Lodges 400-499 (88 lodges)

400 Wawookia Elk (Nez Perce)

402 Onteroraus Mountains in the Sky (Iroquois)

403 Wiyaka Luta Red Feather (Lakota)

404 Ti'ak Tall Pine

406 Chickasah Name of Tribe

407 Shunkah Mahneetu Grey Wolf

410 Nischa Nitis Two Companions (Lenape)

411 Unalachtigo Wild Turkey (misspelled)

411 Unilachtego Wild Turkey

412 Buckskin Name of Pre-existing Honor Society (English)

413 Hi'lo Ha Chy'a-la Thunder in the Cedars (Choctaw)

414 Musketahquid The Grass-Grown River

415 Lemolloillahee Wild Land (Chinook Jargon)

417 Ganeodiyo Leader's Name, Handsome Lake (Seneca)

418 Thay-En-Da-Ne-Gea Name of Mohawk war chief, Joseph Brant; "A Bundle of Sticks"

419 Packanke A Chief's Name

421 Mazama Mountain Goat (Spanish)

423 Gitche Gumee The Great Waters

424 Amochol Canoe

424 Netawatamass Chief Standing Over Joining Rivers

424 Netawatwees New Comer

425 Tipicon Fish (Potawatomi)

426 Po-E-Mo Name of Tribe

427 Achewon Netopalis Spiritual Warrior (Lenape)

428 Loquanne Allangwh Evening Star

429 Dzie-Hauk Tonga Mighty Thunderbird

430 Ahwahnee Name of Tribe; Name of Pre-Existing Honor Society

431 Witauchsundin To Have Fellowship With Someone

432 Wipala Wiki A Hopi Indian, Active in Council (Hopi)

433 Mi-Ni-Ci-No Tried and Proven (Miami)

434 Kidi Kidish Coon Eyed People

436 Ashie Thunderbird

438 Wahpeton Dwellers Among the Leaves (Dakota)

438 Miniconjou Planters by the Water (Lakota)

439 Miwok Name of Tribe

441 Amadahi Forest Waters

442 Hyas Chuck Kah Sun Klatawa Great Water Where the Daylight Travels (Chinook)

442 Wauna La-Mon'Tay Name of Spirit in the Columbia Gorge (Chinook)

443 Nooteeming Men of the Woods

444 Munsi Turtle

445 Pohawk Headland

447 Souhegan Waiting and Watching Place (Algonquin)

448 Wapagoklos White Owl

449 Minisi At the Place Where Stones Are Gathered Together

449 Mawat Woakus Lone Grey Fox

450 Mitigwa Maker of Men (Loway)

455 Allegewi Superior (Lenape)

456 Powhatan Name of Tribe

457 Thal-Coo-Zyo Land Of Chipmunks

458 Hi-Cha-Ko-Lo Phantom Buffalo

459 Catawba Name of Tribe

462 Ku-Ni-Eh Order of Manhood (Maidu)

463 Kecoughtan Name of Tribe

464 Kola Friend (Lakota)

466 Hungteetsepoppi Bird with a Red Head

467 Cho-Gun-Mun-A-Nock Dark Slice of the Evening Sun, Moon (Natick)

468 Oo Yum Buli Spirit Peak

469 Tittabawasink The River That Follows the Shore (Algonquin)

470 Amanquemack Large Fish (Shark) (Lenape)

470 Amangamek-Wipit Washington Monument and an arrow superimposed on a shark's tooth (Lenape)

471 Woapalane Bald Eagle (Lenape)

474 War Eagle War Eagle (English)

475 Wachu Menetopolis Mountain Scout

476 Tunkhannock Little River (Algonquin)

477 Ah Wa Ge Where the Valley Is

477 Gajuka Long Crooked Lake

478 Wisumahi Arrowhead (Lakota)

479 Quinipissa Those Who See, Scouts (Choctaw)

480 Kawida Name of Tribe

481 Aracoma Daughter of a Shawnee Chief

482 Black Eagle Traditional Heraldic Emblem of Germany (English)

483 Chanco Name of Powhatan Brave (Powhatan)

485 Tehama Name of Tribe

486 Palo Duro Hardwood; type of cedar (Castillian)

486 Nischa Achowalogen Two Hard Workers (Lenape)

487 Taunkacoo Name of Pre-Existing Honor Society

488 Ta Tanka Buffalo (Lakota)

489 Nishkin Halupa A Pe Lachi Eagle-Eyed Helper (Choctaw)

490 Shingebis A Merganser Duck (Ojibwa?)

491 Tunxis Little River (Algonquin)

491 Lo La'Qam Geela Land Of Fire

492 Golden Sun Name of Pre-Existing Honor Society

494 Papago Name of Tribe; People of the Bean

495 Miami People of the Pigeons

496 Menetomi Fast Running Water

497 Shingis Chief Shingis, an Indian Leader

498 Achpateuny East Wind

499 White Feather Name of pre-existing camp honor society

 

Lodges 500+ (65 lodges)

502 T'Kope Kwiskwis The Silver Marmot (Chinook Jargon)

503 Chee Dodge Named for Henry Chee Dodge (Navajo Chief)

505 Amiskwi Beaver (Algonquin)

506 Yokahu Name of Mountain Spirit (Yuca)

507 Memsochet Traveler

508 Tu-Cubin-Noonie You Are My Friend (Piute)

509 Agawam Overflowed Land (Algonquin)

513 Lou Ott Local Council's First President (English)

515 Oleleu Bull Frog (Lenape)

516 Onondaga Firekeeper

518 Tisquantum Name for Chief Squanto (Patuxet)

519 Minqua Name of Tribe

520 El-Ku-Ta Derived from Elk and Utah (English)

521 Ponus Sachem of Rippowam Tribe

522 Tindeuchen Fire Maker

523 Kootz Bear (Tlingit)

524 Chippecotton Chipmunk

525 Pachachoag A Turning Place (misspelled) (Algonquin)

525 Pachachaug A Turning Place (Algonquin)

528 Pomponio Chief Pomponio (Costanoan)

529 Tatanka Buffalo (Lakota)

530 Mox Kar-Po Two Brothers

531 Esselen Name of Tribe

533 Talako Gray Eagle; Name of Pre-Existing Honor Society (Choctaw)

534 Wincheck Son of Yawgoog, Narragansett Under-Sachem

535 Schiwa'pew Names Blue Fish

535 Awaxawe Awachia Mountain Badger (Crow)

537 Cabrosha Seal

538 Baluga Name for Indigenous People from the Phillipines (Tagalog)

539 Passaquo Name of Chief

540 Ahtuhquog Deer (plural) (Natick)

541 Mic-O-Say Warmth and Friendship; Name of Pre-Existing Honor Society

542 Amad'ahi Forest Waters (Lenape?)

545 Alapaha Name of River (Seminole)

546 Chi Sigma Greek Letters for Cheerful Service; Name of Pre-Existing Honor Society (Greek)

549 Toontuk Barren Ground Caribou (Athabascan)

550 Menawngihella High Banks Falling Down (Algonquin)

551 Salado Salty (Spanish)

552 Eckale Yakanen Rising Sun (Calusa)

553 Paugassett Muddy Pond (Algonquin)

554 Maluhia Peaceful (Hawaiian)

555 Gamenowinink On the Other Side of the Great Sea

556 Metacomet Chief's Name, King Philip

557 Pupukea Small White Shell; Name of Camp (Hawaiian)

558 Ahoalan-Nachpikin Those Who Love the Outdoors (Lenape)

559 Wachtschu Mawachpo Mountain Treasurer (Lenape)

560 Eswau Huppeday Broad River (Catawba)

561 Oala Ishadalakalish Land of the Golden Spike (Northern Ute)

561 Penateka Honey Eaters, name of Comanche Band (Comanche)

562 Arawak Noble, Name of Tribe (Taino)

563 Atchafalaya Long River (Choctaw)

564 Osceola Black Drink Hallower, Name of a Seminole Chieftain (Seminole)

565 Achsin Stone

566 Malibu From the Mountains to the Sea (Chumash)

567 Mokupuni O Lawelawe Island of Service (Hawaiian)

567 Na Mokupuni O Lawelawe Islands of Service (Hawaiian)

573 Sakima Chief (Lenape)

578 Hasinai Name of Tribe

617 Chi-Hoota-Wei Many Fires, One Great Light

(617) Takhonek The Place Where Rivers Meet

618 Nendawen To Go With a Torch (Lenape)

619 Portage Place Where Canoes Are Carried (English)

(635) Kon Wapos Snowshoe Hare

636 Kanwa tho Panther or Panther Band (Potawatomie)

(804) Agaming Maangogwan Loon Feather on the Shore (Chippewa?)





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