What does Cherokee mean?
Cherokee [chero-kee] as a boys' name is pronounced CHARE-oh-kee. It is of Native American Indian origin, and the meaning of Cherokee is "people of a different speech". The name of one of the largest Native American tribes, used as a given name. The Cherokee originally lived in the southeastern America. They were farmers, and one of the first tribes to produce a written language.
Associated with: farmers.
(male) Chirokee, Colrokee, ..
(female) Cherone, Cherowen, .. Middle name pairings:
Cherokee Nehemiah (C.N.), ..
How popular is Cherokee?
Cherokee is an unusual given name for men and also an unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Cherokee has not made it into the Top 2000 so far. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Similar NamesRecommended names are Berklee, Birkee, Brodee, Chanok, Charles▼, Charley▼, Charlie▼, Cheney, Cheroot, Cherut, Cheslea (see Chesley), Cheslee, Chesley, Cheslie, Chesney, Chesnie, Chessie, Chester▼, Chetwen (see Chetwin), Chevron, Cheyenne, Cheyne, Chezare, Chiro, Chuckie, Clarke, Clerk, Cooke, Cookie, Coree (see Corey), Cree, Crocket, Crooke, Crookes, Fernlee, Hernlee (see Hernley), Jeramee (see Jeremy) and Vernee. These names tend to be more frequently used than Cherokee.See names in meaning and etymology.