I'm half Cherokee so I prefer the names in their original forms. There are some beautiful names before they are translated. (feel free to ask ^_^ )
I will tell you that I went to high school with 2 people who had translated names. They were brothers named White Bull and YoungBear. It suited them because YoungBear sounds very feminine NitaYona/Awanita Yona/Ayoli Yona and White Bull is feminine too -- Unega Tsukanastati.
I am wondering how they say animal names before translation and if those are different depending on the tribe. Deer, tiger, elk... When they're in English they sound a little like Chinese and Japanese names I've seen in English, like SnowLily.