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Inola

Inola Meaning and Origin

Inola is a girl’s name of Native American Cherokee origin, meaning “black fox.” The name “Inola” is derived from the Cherokee language. It is a unisex name, meaning it can be used for both boys and girls. In Cherokee, “Inola” translates to “black fox.” In Cherokee culture, the fox is regarded as a symbol of wisdom, cunning, and adaptability. The name Inola has gained popularity beyond Native American communities and has become more widely used in various cultures. In addition to its cultural significance, Inola is also used as a place name. Inola is a small town located in Rogers County, Oklahoma, United States. The town’s name is derived from the combination of the words “Io” and “nola,” meaning “black” and “beautiful” respectively, in the Choctaw language.

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