"Doesn't Play Well With Others"... oh, wait, that's me. Sorry.
Seriously, Native American children would not be named at the time of their birth, nor for about a year or so afterwards. It was believed that evil spirits could find the child if the name was known; anonymity supposedly protected the infant. Once the child is named, personal names are observed to fall generally into two classes... those which refer to sacred rites; and those which commemorate a personal achievement. So a Native American boy might be named "Sound of the Drum" (Ku-Ge in Omaha) or "He Who Causes Fear" (I-ku-ha-be in Omaha). For more ideas on NA names, visit http://www.apples4theteacher.com/native-american/names/introduction.html