The Aboriginal typically refers to the indigenous people to Australia. Aboriginal names are fluid, meaning they could change throughout a person's life, through marriage, partnerships, fostering, or adoption. Aboriginal people can have several names during their lives, including a traditional name and a nickname, but also a name that reflects their kinship. European names have also been used at times. In the past, Aboriginal people may also have had secret names, such as those with religious references, that were not used on a daily basis.Click on a name to find the name meaning, popularity, origin and other useful information.