Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Native American Indians Name New White Buffalo

Native American Indians from several tribes gathered at the naming ceremony for the new and rare white baby buffalo born in Farmington, Pensylvannia. The calf was named Kenahkihine'n, a Native American Indian Lenape word meaning "watch over us." About 2,500 people, many of them Native American Indians, attended the 2 1/2-hour ceremony that included singing, prayers, a healing service and dance.

There's a huge resource of 2,500 Native American Indian names and meanings available in one book for those who are enthusiasts of Native American Indian culture, art or languages. It is also a great source of Native American Indian names for those searching for the perfect name for a future baby, pet or in this case, a white buffalo.

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