These symbols are frequently seen on the pottery, weavings and jewelry made by Native Americans of the Southwest and generally can be interpreted as indicated. Several other symbols that arise from Native American cultures have become unrecognizable in their new "interpretations" including the butterfly.
Girl Tempest Bronte (thunder) Thora (godess of thunder) Taima (peal of thunder) Ara (brings rain) Jorah (first rain) Rain Tulia ... which refers to a heavy rain or downpour Taima ... "Peal of thunder." Jorah ... "First rain or autumn rain." Chac - boy - Mayan - got of rain and thunder Daveren - boy - dutch - success, thunder
What does Indiana mean? Christened in 1800, "Indiana" means Land of the Indians or Land of Indians. Various American Indian tribes are a significant part of Indiana history, including the Miamis, Chippewa, Delawares, Erie, Shawnee, Iroquois, Kickapoo, Potawatomies, Mahican, Nanticoke, Huron, and Mohegan.
What does Michigan mean? The name Michigan is based on the Chippewa Indian word "meicigama" meaning great water, and refers to the Great Lake. Thirty-two counties in Michigan also have names drawn from Native American languages.