Indian/Hippie Names

Are you Indian?  Are you trying to pick out good Indian name for your young Indian?  Or maybe your a striving young hippie trying to think of a name that reflects the views of your fellow hippies?  Either way, we’ve got you covered!

They have the right genes, all they need is a good name to go far.  And we’ve got you covered just as long as you’re covered.

Note that all these names are Gender-Neutral, including “He Who Listens To Birds”.  However, if you can’t live with a boy being named Mother Earth, well…  Changes can be made…  Hey, they do it to dogs all the time!

Indian Names:

  • He Who Listens To Birds

This young Indian will grow up to be one with nature.  Yeah, he might be a little “odd,” but who needs humans when you’ve got birds for friends?

  • Moon Fire

Strong yet caring, powerful yet understanding, outcasted yet antisocial.  Don’t expect your child to adjust well to changes well with this name.  He’ll (yes, we’re assmuing you’ll have a boy, bite us) be too worried about all that cosmic “fate of the world rests with you” crap.  If your child gets oughta control with possesions and demonly inhabitations, just ground him.  Tell him he can’t save the world from the darkly visions he keeps having until he cleans his room.  Then, even he does clean his room, don’t let him out.  Then laugh at him.

  • The (Chosen) One

Great if your kid’s the Chosen One.  Hell, use it even if you kid isn’t young one the Chosen One; it’s BS, but it’ll sure get attention.

  • Destiny Hope

Be the next Hannah Montanna, Miley Cirus, or whatever the crap her name is now.

  • Bitter Ice

Cold-hearted, bratty, selfish, and beautiful; everything a parent could want!

Hippie Names:

  • Mother Earth

Preferable if the young hippie is female, but again . . . “changes” can always be made.

  • Radical Z

A name with an edge and a “Z!”

  • Save (The) Dolphins

Will one with this name get teased in school?  Almost certainly!  Our solution?  Don’t let them live past four!  Everybody comes out happy (especially the dolphins) when you use this name!

  • Root

One with this name will get love to get “down ‘N’ dirty” . . . obviously meaning they’ll love to plant trees.

  • Bright Eyes

This one will have a negative view on things, bordering on pessimistic at times.

These names should help you have the kid you always dreamed of.  Hey, Dreamer!  That’s another good one!  We just can’t stop think up awesome names.  But for the best names of all, there are two names that can’t go wrong.  We mean, your child will rule the world.  Those names are Tubbo and Dubba Tubba.



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8 responses to “Indian/Hippie Names

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