Cajemé / Kahe'eme ( Yoeme or Yaqui Language for "the one who does not stop to drink water"'), born José María Bonifacio Leiva Peres (also spelled Leyva, and Leyba) was a prominent Yaqui military leader who lived in the Mexican state of Sonora from 1835 to 1887.
Cajeme is one of the municipalities of the northwestern state of Sonora, Mexico. Its capital is Hermosillo. It is named after Cajemé, a Yaqui leader. The municipality has an area of 3,312.05 km² (1,278.79 sq mi) and with a population of 398,800 inhabitants (INEGI 2005).