Otter1740 wrote:It is the Name given me by My Father as he adopted me as his Son. By Blood line we were/ are distant cousin's but before his passing had adopted me. What other things are seen?. (As a Side note my Celtic name given me by another Grandparent is Gawen which is White or Spirit Hawk he had never been told that)
I'm definitely leaning towards White Hawk then.
The others, which would be incorrect, are plausible.
ᎾᏍᎩ ᎦᏁᎦ ᏔᏬᏗ (The Hawk Skin)
ᎾᏍᎩ ᎧᏁᎦ ᏔᏬᏗ (The Telling Hawk)
Sometimes, the prefix u- is replaced by the prefix a-, so if "unega" were spoken as "anega", then nasgi+[a]nega would be true. Also, (just going on conjecture) if this was spoken and you never saw it spelled, pronounced in rapid speech the -u- could almost sound like the -i- in nasg-i-nega. Which, also, since Cherokee's spell words how they are pronounced, it could be that it came off as sounding like an -i-...
[Sorry, but I lost my train of thought and unfortunately going to have to stop there. However, I am pretty certain it is "The white hawk".]