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69 Cool Caveman Names From The Old Age

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In modern times, animated fiction shows like 'Flintstones' introduced us to the world of cavemen.

When intelligent life started evolving on the Earth over a million years ago, cavemen started exploring this new world. These primitive cavemen can be credited with creating fire and helping with the progress of humanity.

Although humans no longer live in caves, modern humans are still related to primitive cavemen. This is the reason that people are eager to search for names related to cavemen.

Here are some of the most interesting names for cavemen with different form and versions to help you pick the most popular options.

Funny Caveman Names

To track the path we have traced over the years towards our evolution, let's start this list by mentioning the earliest era, the Lower Palaeolithic or commonly considered the old stone age. Let's start with the time when humans were more like apes than humans. Then, let’s head to the end and finish with Neanderthals. Humans could not speak fluently as we do nowadays, which is obvious. Thus, assigning names to people who could barely talk was not a good idea at that time.

Caflok (German Origin) has two syllables, and it's quite a short name to remember as well for a big person.

Chubni (Indian Origin) is a cute little name for girls. One of the primitive caveman names that you can search for and is inspired by a comic character.

Cotuah (English Origin) is mostly a name used for boys but a few girls might as well use this name.

Flazaell (Latin Origin) is a cute little name that has a certain different ring to it. It's quite sassy as well.

Gnale (Latin Origin) is a name quite simple to pronounce and has only one syllable. A short and interesting first name that you can use for a caveman.

Guzcok (Italian Origin) is a name that rolls off the tongue quite easily. It has a bit of modern vibes to it considering that's the name for a caveman.

Jolmus (Latin Origin) has quite a heavy vibe to it. It seems like a name mostly used for guys more than girls.

Kraab (German Origin) is an easy name that can be pronounced simply. A name that has stood the test of time.

Kron (German Origin), meaning 'crane’, is a name that rolls off the tongue quite easily. However, it sure has a few modern vibes to it considering that's the name for a caveman.

Nokk (Norwegian Origin), meaning ‘freshwater spirit’, is a name quite simple to pronounce and has only one syllable. A cool name to use for a young person time and again.

Tedin (Latin Origin) is a simple and nice name. Simplicity is the best option sometimes for a first name related to cavemen.

Tinzaa (Latin Origin) is a cute little name that has a certain ring to it. An interesting name to use for a big person.

Tsaro (Georgian Origin), meaning ‘near village’, is a cool name. Though, you know that it might be more popular among boys than girls.

Tutzed (Latin Origin) is a cool name for a primitive caveman of the world. It is still a new name to find for a caveman.

Cool Caveman Names

With the list of some cool cavemen names, let's move on to the prehistoric era, known as the Middle Paleolithic. It was also considered the Middle old stone age for a better concept of how we are moving through the timeline of evolution. In the early days, homo sapiens were found on the African sub-continent. At that time, Europe and Asia were conquered by Neanderthals and Denisovans. The language of that time might appear a bit of gibberish to us as we have more clear and well-pronounced names in the present time.

Bhiskod (Latin Origin) does have a heavy essence to its syllables. It is probably the most interesting first name for a man.

Evlan (Latin Origin) is an adorable comic name to be used for modern men.

Fleggih (Latin Origin)  is quite a cool and aesthetically pleasing name for girls.

Fritkofh (Latin Origin) is a true name that people won't forget easily.

Giacrib (Latin Origin) is a true name with an intimidating vibe to it.

Iardub (Latin Origin) is a beautiful and sweet name. However, it is most common among girls.

Jaaknas (Latin Origin) is a nice name based on history. You can easily find its origin if you ever search for the word.

Loka (Hindi Origin), meaning ‘world’, is an easy name to pronounce and one of the probably most easy names to find.

Netan (Latin Origin)  is a cute little name that has a certain ring to it. It's quite sassy as well.

Ruac (Latin Origin) is quite a rare name. It is more common among boys.

Scasroh (Latin Origin) does sound like quite an ancient name, making it ideal for using to address a caveman.

Snerlo (Latin Origin) is a funny and comic name for boys and men.

Thino (Latin Origin) is a nice and sweet name based on the word Rhino.

Female Caveman Names

Moving onto the Upper Palaeolithic era, later known as the New old stone age. Before the ice age, humans existed and spread worldwide, starting from Africa. These human beings surely used some sort of language for communication, which we won't understand anymore.

Bharan (Hindi Origin), meaning ‘jewel’, is a very beautiful name that you can share with your friends.

Bolmo (German Origin) is a good choice of name for girls.

Certhe (Latin Origin) is a very common name among girls. It's a simple and cute caveman name.

Chidor (Japanese Origin) is a nice name. It sounds like Chidori, which is Japanese for the lightning blade.

Daattut (Latin Origin) is a great name for girls as well.

Dagrin (Dutch Origin) is quite a cool name for girls.

Flaggo (Latin Origin) might be a simple name, but it sure has quite the ring to it, doesn't it?

Toll (Greek Origin), meaning ‘tax’, is a name quite simple to pronounce and has only one syllable.

Trortu (Latin Origin), meaning ‘injury’, is a nice name that you would like to see more of and share with your friends.

Tsaano (Japanese Origin), meaning ‘tsunami’, is an adorable name for girls that you will surely like to see and share.

Vac (Latin Origin), meaning ‘empty’, is a short and simple name. A name doesn't always have to have a heavy essence for being good.

cavemen inspired names from old age

Asian Caveman Names

Since we have discussed the Palaeolithic era, let's dive deeper into the Mesolithic era, also called the Middle stone age. And just like there was the time before the ice age, this era revolves around the period of time after the ice age. The world was warming up slowly, and humans mostly used to work together and hunt. Though there still won't be any recognizable language from that period, the names listed below are still popular.

Azai (Hebrew Origin), meaning ‘strength’, is one of the best names on this list. It's quite aesthetic.

Brig (English Origin), meaning ‘prison’, might sound far from an Asian name, but it still is.

Cheli (English Origin), meaning ‘claws’, is a name popular among girls.

Crolk (Norse Origin), meaning ‘hooked tool’, is a nice name for a caveman.

Gniazcorv (English Origin) is quite a heavy name, even though the meaning is rather pleasant.

Laboh (Thai Origin) is a beautiful name as well. It means 'lips'.

Meete (German Origin), meaning ‘meet’, is a name quite simple to pronounce and has only one syllable.

Moeton (English Origin) is a cute and delightful name.

Nongen (Latin Origin) is a great name for a caveman.

Skida (Swedish Origin) is a cute name as well, and it does have a resemblance to the word love in Japanese.

Stiba (English Origin) is a beautiful name as well for a caveman.

Thinel (English Origin) is among the simple-to-pronounce names and has only one syllable.

Vilo (Salvic Origin), meaning ‘blue flower’, is a simple and adorable name. Not very caveman-ish, is it?

Zovkarc (Persian Origin) is one of the easy to pronounce names and has only one syllable.

Areal Caveman Names

Neolithic, more commonly called the New stone age, was when the first recognizable language from our current perspectives rose. People started farming, and ancestral languages like Proto-Indo-European, Proto-Celtic, and Finno-Urgreek were used by people to communicate. Even though we call them cavemen, most of these people weren't living in caves anymore. They started inhabiting huts or tents.

Akki (Finnish Origin), meaning ‘finished pet form’, is a cute name. It's usually used as a nickname for several formal names.

Anzis (German Origin) is a sweet name that means 'angel of heaven' or 'god's gift'.

Atten (Latin Origin), meaning ‘attend’, is a name that rolls off the tongue quite easily. It sure has a few modern vibes, considering that's the name for a caveman.

Bedno (English Origin) does sound like a stereotypical caveman name, in all honesty.

Bhaibba (Latin Origin) is one of the most famous names and is an ideal choice for girls.

Edeh (African Origin), meaning ‘strength’, is quite an easy name to say.

Freroes (Latin Origin) sounds like a strong and ancient name.

Houzeg (English Origin) is quite an aesthetic name for boys.

Inoukk (German Origin) is a simple yet aesthetically pleasing name.

Jeygel (Latin Origin) is a simple name, with its origin from Latin.

Nira (Hebrew Origin), meaning ‘ploughed field’, is quite a sweet name, mainly for girls.

Ricle (Latin Origin), meaning ‘circle’, is a quite simple name to pronounce and spell.

Tsefnaan (Latin Origin) sure is a sweet and delightful name.

Vegzirv (Latin Origin) is quite a heavy name to pronounce but it sure has its weight.

Zugo (Italian Origin) is quite a simple and easy name.

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