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Posted 21 December 2016 - 09:05 PM

~ Bigfoot Names From Around the Globe**

 

 

 

1. Albatwitche (Susquehannock Native)

2. All Micmac

3. Almas

4. Almasty

5. American Ape

6. Anisau

7. Ape-Man

8. Atahsaia

9. Bad Smelling Tree Men (Idaho, USA, Coeur d’Alene & Washington, USA, Spokane)

10. Barmanu (Northwest Pakistan)

11. B’gwas (Haisla, Canada, BC)

12. Biabin-Guli

13. Big Figure

14. Big Hairy Figure with Eyes Sunk Deep In The Head (Wakashan, Kwakiutl Tribe)

15. Big Hairy Man, The Messenger (Hopi Tribe)

16. Big Hairy Monster

17. Big Ones

18. Black Lake Creature

19. Boggy Bill (East Texas USA)

20. Boggy Creek Monster

21. Booger

22. Booger Man

23. Boogey Monster

24. Boogie Man

25. Boqs, Wildman (SW Canada, Bella Coola Tribe & Chinook)

26. Bosjesman

27. Boss of the Woods

28. Brazos Ape Man (Texas USA)

29. Brenin Llwyd

30. Brinson Monster (Washington USA)

31. Brother Comes Back Before the Next Big Winter (S. Dakota,Ogala,Lakota)

32. Bukwas/Bukwus

33. Bunyip (Austraila)

34. Bushmen

35. Caddo Critter

36. Cannibal

37. Cannibal Giant (Native American)

38. Cannibal, who eats dead people (Na-Dene)

39. Catamount

40. Cave Monster

41. Cave Spirit

42. Cave Yeller (Kentucky USA)

43. Cer-Ra-Ca-Wa, Turkey Eater (Northern Mexico)

44. Char-Man

45. Chenoo

46. Chi-Chi

47. Chickly Cudly

48. Chinese Wild man

49. Chiye tanka

50. Chiye-tanka, great elder brother (N.W. Lakota)

51. Chuchuna

52. Chuchunaa

53. Ci-e (South Dakota USA – Pine Ridge)

54. Crying Beast (Ohio USA 1800s)

55. D’jenu

56. Destroyer Who Breaks Up Houses (Na-Dene)

57. Devil Monkey (S.W. Oklahoma USA)

58. Devils

59. Dodu of Cameroon (West Africa)

60. Doolaga (Austraila)

61. Doolagarl (Aboriginal Australia)

62. Dsonoqua – Whistling Woman of the Woods (PNW USA)

63. Dusaa Swamp Monster (Virginia)

64. Dzonoqua/Tsonoqua

65. Engeco

66. Esti Capcaki

67. Evil Seeker

68. Ferla Mohair

69. Fetid Beast

70. Flint Monster

71. Forest Devil

72. Forest Giants

73. Forest Man (French as ‘homme sauvage’, Italian as’uomo selvatico’)

74. Fort Worth Monster (Texas USA)

75. Fouke Monster (Arkansas USA)

76. Gagiit-Haida,Man of the Woods

77. Ge no’sgwa

78. Gerendel (Old Danish)

79. Get’qun

80. Ghosties (Early American Slaves)

81. Giganto

82. Gigantopithecines blacki

83. Gilyuk

84. Gin-sung

85. Goat Man

86. Gooligah (Aboriginal Australia)

87. Gougou

88. Grassman (Texas USA)

89. Green Man (British Isles)

90. Gubba (Austraila)

91. Gugu (Sumatra)

92. Gulaga (Austraila)

93. Hairy Bill (Texas USA)

94. Hairy Giants

95. Hairy Man

96. Hairy Ones

97. Hairy People (Kentucky USA)

98. Hairy Stinka Boo (Ohio USA)

99. Hattaks (Choctaw)

100. Hecaitomixw, or Devil of the Forest

101. Hill Monkeys (Oklahoma USA)

102. Hokou

103. Holayela (West Virginia & Ohio USA)

104. Holla Yella (West Virginia USA)

105. Honey Island Swamp Monster (Louisiana USA)

106. Hoodoo

107. Hugo’s Monster (Texas)

108. Ice Giant

109. Indian Devil (California USA, Hoopa Tribe)

110. Indian Hair Man (West Virginia USA)

111. Jacko (Canada, BC)

112. Jimbra (Aboriginal Australia)

113. Jingera (Aboriginal Australia)

114. Jinka

115. Josh Ape (Pennsylvania USA)

116. Kakundak (Africa)

117. Kaptat

118. Kecleh-Kudleh

119. King Kong

120. Kiwakwee

121. Knobby (North Carolina USA)

122. Kookwes

123. Koosh Taa Kaa, or Otterman

124. Kung-Lu

125. Kushtaka

126. Lake Worth Monster (Texas)

127. Living Neanderthal

128. Long Eared Ape

129. Loo poo oi’yes

130. Loup-garou, Wolf-Man (Louisiana USA)

131. Madukarahat, or Giant

132. Maero (New Zealand)

133. Maerorro (New Zealand)

134. Man-Beast

135. Mande Burung (India)

136. Man-Monkey

137. Man-Mountain

138. Mannimal

139. Mapinguari

140. Massikruman

141. Matlose (W. Canada, Nootkas Tribe)

142. Miitiipi

143. Minerva Monster (Ohio USA)

144. Miroroi or Mioroi (New Zealand)

145. Mirygdy

146. Moehau Man (New Zealand- Maori Tribe)

147. Moehau Monster (New Zealand – Maori Tribe)

148. Momo, Mo Mo (Missouri USA)

149. Monkey Man (Oklahoma USA)

150. Monroe Monster (Michigan USA)

151. Mount St. Helens Gorillas (Washington USA)

152. Mount Vernon Monster (Virginia USA)

153. Na’in, or Brushman

154. Nakani

155. Nalusa Falaya

156. Nant’ina

157. Nantiinaq

158. Nant’ina

159. Narcoonah

160. Navidad Wildman (Texas)

161. Ngoloko

162. Ngui Rung (Vietnam)

163. Nguoi Rung (Asia)

164. Nibagon

165. No Heads

166. No Necks

167. Nolem or Dog Eaters (USA, Nadene)

168. Noocoonah (Aboriginal Australia)

169. Nuk-Luk (North West Territory Canada)

170. Nun Yunu Wi

171. Nu’Numic (Aztec)

172. Nyalmo (Asia)

173. Oeh

174. Ogre

175. Oh-mah (Nebraska USA)

176. Olayome

177. Old Hairy Bill (Texas USA)

178. Old Man of the Pesayten (Washington USA)

179. Old Ones Who Cry

180. Old Ones Who Run At Night

181. Old Skunky Bill (East Texas USA)

182. Old Slippery Skin (circa 1700’s French Canadian & Vermont)

183. Old Sloughfoot (Texas USA)

184. Old Stinky

185. Old Yellow

186. Old Yellow Top (Canada, Ontario)

187. Oo-el-en

188. Opie (Tennessee & North Carolina USA)

189. Orang Dalam

190. Orang Pendek (Oceania, Sumatran)

191. Ot-ne-yar-hed, the giants (North Eastern USA, Iroquoian)

192. Pangkarlangu (Austraila)

193. Pecos Bill (Texas USA)

194. Piamupits or Mu pitz (Comanche)

195. Pongo

196. Quinkin (Aboriginal Australia)

197. Red Eyes (Aboriginal Australia)

198. Ridgewalkers

199. Rugaru (North Dakota USA, Ojibway)

200. Sasquatch, or sε´sq’əč (Halkomelem, A Salishan language, SW British Columbia)

201. Screamin’ Jack (Tennessee USA, Cumberland Plateau)

202. Seatco, the Wicked Giant (N.W. Nusqually)

203. Seeahtik (PNW USA Challam)

204. Seeahtkeh (PNW USA Lummi, Quinalt, Shaker)

205. Shampe’s (Choctaw)

206. Shitman Man, or Men (West Virginia USA)

207. Skookum (Chinook, PNW, USA)

208. Skukum

209. Skull Slammer (Smokey Mountains, USA)

210. Skunk Ape

211. Skunk Bear

212. Skunk Demon

213. Skunky Bill

214. Snanaik

215. Sne-nah, or Owl Women

216. Snötroll or Snow Troll (Sweden)

217. So’yoko

218. Splintercat

219. St’ Iyahama (Oregon USA, Umatill)

220. Ste ye hah

221. Stetats (Washington USA, Saulk Nation)

222. Ste-yeh’mah or Skick-shower (Yakima PNW, USA)

223. Stick Indian

224. Stink Man

225. Stinkaboo

226. Stoneclad

227. Stonish Giants

228. Stsomu’lamux (Na-Dene)

229. Swamp Ape

230. Swamp Slob

231. Swampstalkers

232. T’oylona

233. Tah-tah-kle’-ah or Owl-Woman Monster (P.N.W. Yakama & Shasta)

234. Taku he (Native American, Lakota)

235. Tano Giant (Africa)

236. Teh-Ima (Asia)

237. Tha-tha Kla-yah-ma (N.W. Yakama )

238. The Big Grey Man (Am Fear Liath Mòr, Scottish Gaelic- Scotland)

239. The Big Man (Western SD, Lakota)

240. The Hairy Man, a symptom of disruption (South Dakota USA, Lakota)

241. The Jungle Man (India)

242. The Stone Coats

243. The Stone Giants

244. The Stone Man

245. Thoolagal (Aboriginal Australia)

246. Timber Giants

247. Tjangara (Aboriginal Australia)

248. Tobi Juan In The Wood (Arkansas & Tennessee USA)

249. Tomy Knocker

250. Tornit

251. Tree Men (USA, ID, Coeur d’Alene, and WA, Spokane)

252. Troll

253. Tsaaloh, Giants

254. Tsawane’it Emux (USA, Na-Dene)

255. Tsek Etinu’s (Na-Dene)

256. Tse’nahaha (Paiute)

257. Tsiatko Giants (N.W. Native)

258. Tso’apittse (Nevada)

259. Tsul’Kula (Cherokee)

260. Tuneq

261. Ucumar (Latin America)

262. Urayuli

263. Wawee (Austraila)

264. Weendego (Central to NE Ojibwa)

265. Wendigo (Algonquian, Central to NE)

266. Wetiko (Central to NE USA)

267. Whistling Paddy

268. Who-Who

269. Wigidokowok People (N.W. Native)

270. Wihalaid, the Cannibal Beast (Na-Dene)

271. Wild Banchee (UtahUSA)

272. Wild Man of Borneo (Asia Pacific Island)

273. Wild Man of the Woods

274. Wild Man Uncle (N.W. Nehalem)

275. Wild Woman of the Woods

276. Wilder Mann (Germany)

277. Wildman

278. Windego (Northern USA)

279. Windigo

280. Windikouk (Nabraska USA)

281. Witiko

282. Woods Booger (SE USA)

283. Woods Child (Ohio, 1800s)

284. Woods Devils

285. Woods Devils (New Hampshire USA, Coos County)

286. Woodwose or Wodewose (British Isles)

287. Wooly Booger

288. Yahoo (Australia)

289. Yahyahaas

290. Yakaka

291. Yara-ma-yha-who (Austraila)

292. Yaroma (Aboriginal Australia)

293. Yeahoh (Kentucky USA, Algonkian)

294. Yellers

295. Yellow Top (Canada, Ontario)

296. Yeren (Chinese)

297. Yeti (Himalayan)

298. Yi’ dyi’ tay

299. Yowie (Australia)

300. Yucca Men (California USA, Southern Desert Region)

301. Yuuri

302. Zoobie

 

** Bigfoot names listed are from bigfootevidence.blogspot.com, bigfootsasquatch.wordpress.com, while others are from various contributors of Sasquatch Chronicles, members forum  Compiled by m99.






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