|Common Name: Kodemakaazo|
|Scientific Name: Ignis uguis|
|Subspecies: I. u. conscendo, I. u. Gracilis, and I. u. Septentrionalis|
The kodemakaazo is a species of fire demon that is found in the Rocky Mountains and foot hills.
The common name 'kodemakaazo', comes from the Ojibwe language. It is from the word ishkode meaning "fire" and makokaazo meaning "s/he pretends to be a bear". The colloquial abbreviation kode is often used.
The scientific name, Ignis Unguis, is Latin, meaning "fire claw" with ignis meaning "fire" and unguis meaning "claw".
The three known surviving subspecies are; conscendo meaning "to climb, mount", gracilis meaning "slender", and septentrionalis meaning "northernly". All take their names from Latin words.