Native American History

What does nanya mean in Native American?

Answer

Wiki User
08/18/2013

There are more than 700 different Native American languages spoken in North and South America.

If you are not sure which language you are talking about, here is a partial list of the most common Native American languages in North America:



  • Abnaki, Eastern
  • Achumawi
  • Afro-Seminole Creole
  • Ahtena
  • Alabama
  • Aleut
  • Alsea
  • Angloromani
  • Apache, Jicarilla
  • Apache, Kiowa
  • Apache, Lipan
  • Apache, Mescalero-Chiricahua
  • Apache, Western
  • Arapaho
  • Arikara
  • Assiniboine
  • Atakapa
  • Atsugewi
  • Barbareño
  • Biloxi
  • Blackfoot
  • Caddo
  • Cahuilla
  • Carolina Algonquian
  • Carolinian
  • Catawba
  • Cayuga
  • Chamorro
  • Chehalis, Lower
  • Chehalis, Upper
  • Cherokee
  • Chetco
  • Cheyenne
  • Chickasaw
  • Chimariko
  • Chinook
  • Chinook Wawa
  • Chippewa
  • Chitimacha
  • Choctaw
  • Chumash
  • Clallam
  • Cocopa
  • Coeur d'Alene
  • Columbia-Wenatchi
  • Comanche
  • Coos
  • Coquille
  • Cowlitz
  • Cree, Plains
  • Crow
  • Cruzeño
  • Cupeño
  • Dakota
  • Degexit'an
  • Delaware
  • Delaware, Pidgin
  • Esselen
  • Evenki
  • Eyak
  • Galice
  • Gros Ventre
  • Gwich'in
  • Halkomelem
  • Han
  • Havasupai-Walapai-Yavapai
  • Hawai'i Creole English
  • Hawai'i Pidgin Sign Language
  • Hawaiian
  • Hidatsa
  • Ho-Chunk
  • Holikachuk
  • Hopi
  • Hupa
  • Ineseño
  • Inupiaq
  • Inupiatun, North Alaskan
  • Inupiatun, Northwest Alaska
  • Iowa-Oto
  • Jemez
  • Jingpho
  • Kalapuya
  • Kalispel-Pend D'oreille
  • Kansa
  • Karkin
  • Karok
  • Kashaya
  • Kato
  • Kawaiisu
  • Keres, Eastern
  • Keres, Western
  • Kickapoo
  • Kiowa
  • Kitsai
  • Klamath-Modoc
  • Koasati
  • Koyukon
  • Kumiai
  • Kuskokwim, Upper
  • Kutenai
  • Lakota
  • Luiseño
  • Lumbee
  • Lushootseed
  • Mahican
  • Maidu, Northeast
  • Maidu, Northwest
  • Maidu, Valley
  • Makah
  • Malecite-Passamaquoddy
  • Mandan
  • Mattole
  • Menominee
  • Meskwaki
  • Miami
  • Michif
  • Micmac
  • Mikasuki
  • Miwok, Bay
  • Miwok, Central Sierra
  • Miwok, Coast
  • Miwok, Lake
  • Miwok, Northern Sierra
  • Miwok, Plains
  • Miwok, Southern Sierra
  • Mohave
  • Mohawk
  • Mohegan-Montauk-Narragansett
  • Mokilese
  • Molale
  • Mono
  • Muskogee
  • Nanticoke
  • Natchez
  • Navajo
  • Nawathinehena
  • Nez Perce
  • Nisenan
  • Nooksack
  • Nottoway
  • Obispeño
  • Ofo
  • Ohlone, Northern
  • Ohlone, Southern
  • Okanagan
  • Omaha-Ponca
  • Oneida
  • Onondaga
  • Osage
  • Ottawa
  • Paiute, Northern
  • Pawnee
  • Piro
  • Piscataway
  • Plains Indian Sign Language
  • Pomo, Central
  • Pomo, Eastern
  • Pomo, Northeastern
  • Pomo, Northern
  • Pomo, Southeastern
  • Pomo, Southern
  • Potawatomi
  • Powhatan
  • Purepecha
  • Purisimeño
  • Quapaw
  • Quechan
  • Quileute
  • Quinault
  • Salinan
  • Salish, Southern Puget Sound
  • Salish, Straits
  • Sea Island Creole English
  • Seneca
  • Serrano
  • Shasta
  • Shawnee
  • Shoshoni
  • Siuslaw
  • Skagit
  • Snohomish
  • Spanish
  • Spokane
  • Takelma
  • Tanacross
  • Tanaina
  • Tanana, Lower
  • Tanana, Upper
  • Tenino
  • Tewa
  • Tillamook
  • Timbisha
  • Tiwa, Northern
  • Tiwa, Southern
  • Tlingit
  • Tohono O'odham
  • Tolowa
  • Tonkawa
  • Tsimshian
  • Tübatulabal
  • Tunica
  • Tuscarora
  • Tutelo
  • Tututni
  • Twana
  • Umatilla
  • Unami
  • Ute-Southern Paiute
  • Ventureño
  • Wailaki
  • Walla Walla
  • Wampanoag
  • Wappo
  • Wasco-Wishram
  • Washo
  • Wichita
  • Wintu
  • Wiyot
  • Wyandot
  • Yakima
  • Yaqui
  • Yokuts
  • Yuchi
  • Yuki
  • Yupik, Central
  • Yupik, Central Siberian
  • Yupik, Pacific Gulf
  • Yurok
  • Zuni