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Dakota is a unisex given name derived from the name of the indigenous Native American Dakota people, or from the name of two states in the United States, North Dakota and South Dakota, which are also derived from the Dakota people local to that area.

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The name Dakota is a girl's name of Native American origin meaning "friendly one". A Native American tribe name which is found in the names of two US states,  ...
A colorful name even without “Fifty Shades of Grey” star Dakota Johnson's connection to it, Dakota comes from a Native American Sioux tribe and means “ friend" ...
The name Dakota means The Allies and is of Native American origin. Dakota is name that's been used by parents who are considering unisex or non-gendered ...
Etymology & Historical Origin of the Baby Name Dakota. Dakota is an American name taken from a Native-American Sioux sub-tribe known as the Dakotas; an ...
Mar 4, 2020 ˇ Dakota. Means 'friend" when translated in the Dakota language. The name of a Native American people from the northern Mississippi valley. A ... Meaning: Friend, partner Nicknames: Codey; Cody; Kody Variations: Dekowta; Dekota; Dakotah; Dekohta; Dakote; Dakoeta; Dakodah; Dakoda; Daccota Popularity: popular
Origin of the name Dakota: Derived from the Siouan word dakóta (allies, to be thought of as friends). The name is borrowed from the name given to the tribes of  ...
To add onto that, I am white, and I have met Native Americans who don't seem to get offended that my name is Dakota. It seems that they enjoy the fact that ...
Meaning & History. From the name of the Native American people of the northern Mississippi valley, or from the two American states that were named for them: ...

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