More Aboriginal Baby Names


What makes Aboriginal names so special? There is a deep tone and tribal rhythm inherent to Aboriginal baby names which makes them appealing and interesting. As the Aboriginal peoples of Australia are a rather isolated indigenous group, the words and names of their language are distinctive and compelling. The native Australian Aborigines boast up to twenty-seven language families within Australia and a few nearby islands, utilizing some rare phonetic sounds. Choosing an Aboriginal name for your baby is a great way to insure the name is uncommon and highly unique. Baby Name Network has a full and growing list of Aboriginal baby names and their meanings, making it the perfect site for all your baby name needs.
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A river.
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Aboriginal boy baby name meaning "A river."

A river.
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Aboriginal boy baby name meaning "A river."

A Koala.
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Aboriginal boy baby name meaning "A Koala."

Water.
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Aboriginal boy baby name meaning "Water."

The wind.
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Aboriginal boy baby name meaning "The wind."

The summit.
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Aboriginal girl baby name meaning "The summit."

A wide river.
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Aboriginal boy baby name meaning "A wide river."

Beautiful. A town in New South Wales.
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Aboriginal girl baby name meaning "Beautiful. A town in New South Wales."

Wattle.
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Aboriginal boy baby name meaning "Wattle."

The day.
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Aboriginal girl baby name meaning "The day."

Deep water.
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Aboriginal girl baby name meaning "Deep water."

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