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Name Meaning Derivations Origin
Naal Birth Nal Irish
Naaman Pleasant Naman Hebrew
Naarai Youthful Narai Hebrew
Nabiha Intelligent Nabihah Arabic
Nabil Noble prince. Nabill, Nabyl, Nabyll, Nadiv, Nagid Arabic
Naboth High, prominent, prophecy.   Hebrew
Nacoma Wanderer Nacomah Comanche
Nada Generous, Noble. Nadah, Nadav (Hebrew), Nadiv Arabic
Nadim Friend Nadym Arabic
Nadir Rare, Dear.  Nadar, Nader, Nadyr Arabic, Afghani
Nadisu River of beauty. Nadsyu Hindi
Naeem Kind, Benevolent. Naim, Naiym, Nieem Arabic
Nagid One who leads. Nagyd Hebrew
Naham Sighing   Hebrew
Nahele Forest   Hawaiian
Nahma The sturgeon fish. Nahmah Native American
Nahor Light   Hebrew
Nahum Consoling. Nehemiah, Nemiah, Nahym Hebrew
Naija Next to be born. Naijah Ugandan
Nailah Successful Naila, Nayla, Nalah Arabic
Naim Happy Naym Arabic
Nain Lookout Nayn Australian Aboriginal
Nair Heir Nayr Old English
Nairn Can't swim; Dweller at the alder-tree river. Nairne, Nayrn, Nayrne Celtic; Scottish
Naite Knight Nait, Nayt, Nayte Tongan
Naji Safety Najee, Naje, Najie, Najy Arabic
Najib Born into nobility. Najeeb, Najyb, Nejib, Nejeeb, Nejib, Nejyb Arabic
Najji Second-born child. Naji Ugandan
Nakai From Mexico.   Navajo
Nakos Wisdom, Sage herb.   Arapaho
Naldo A short form of Reginald, mighty and powerfull.   Old English
Naljor Holy   Tibetan
Nalong The river's source. Nalon Australian Aborignal
Nalren Melting   Dene
Nam To scrape off.   Vietnamese
Namaka Eyes Namakah Hawaiian
Namid Star dancer. Namyd Chippewa
Namir Swift like a leopard. Namer, Namyr Arabic
Namur Tea tree.   Australian Aboriginal
Nandin God of desctruction. Nandyn Hindi
Nando Adventurer, Peacemaker. A short form of Ferdinand. Nador Teutonic
Nangila Born while parents were travelling. Nangilah, Nangyla, Nangylah Abaluhya
Nansen Graceful, Nancy's son. The masculine form of Nancy. Nansan, Nansen, Nansin, Nanson, Nansyn Swedish, English
Nantai Chief Nantay Navajo
Nantan Spokesperson. Nanten, Nantin, Nanton, Nantyn Apache
Naoko Honest, Straight.   Japanese
Napa Taken by a wolf. Napah Greek
Napier From the new city. Napyer, Neper, Nepier, Nepyer Spanish
Napoleon Fierce one from Naples; Lion from the forest dell. Napoleane Italian; Greek
Narain Protector, Guardian. Narayan Hindi
Narcissus Daffodil, Self-love. Narciso (Spanish), Narcisse, Narcisso (Italian), Narcyso, Narcyss, Narcysse, Narcyssus, Narkis, Narkissos Greek
Nard Player of ches.   Persian
Nardo Bold as a bear, Strength. A short form of Bernard, warrior. Barnard, Barny, Barney, Bern, Bernard, Bernie, Nard (Persian) Italian, German
Nardoo Clover   Australian Aboriginal
Narn Sea   Australian Aboriginal
Narrie Bushfire Narree, Narrey, Narri, Narry Australian Aboriginal
Narve Healthy strength. Narv Dutch
Nash Adventurer, Geographical - from Nashville. Nashville American
Nashoba Wolf Nashobah Choctaw
Nasim Breeze Naseem, Nazym Persian
Nassa God's names.   Arabic
Nasser Victorious Naseer, Nasir, Nassor, Nassyr Arabic
Nat Gift of God. A short form of Nathan and Nathaniel. Natt English, Hebrew
Natal Birth. The Spanish form of Noel, born at Christmas time. Natale, Natalino, Natalio, Nataly Latin
Natane Gift Natain, Nataine, Natan, Natayn, Natayne Polynesian
Nate Little gift. A short form of Nathan and Nathaniel. Nait, Naite, Nayt, Nayte Hebrew
Nathan He gave, gift. The short form of Nathaniel Naethan, Naethen, Haethin, Naethon, Naethun, Naethyn, Naithan, Naithen, Naithin, Naithon, Naithun, Naithyn, Natham, Nathann, Nathean, Nathen, Nathian, Nathin, Nathon, Nathun, Nathyn, Natthan, Naythan, Naythern, Naython, Naythun, Naythyn Hebrew
Nathaniel Gift of God Nafanael (Russian), Nafanail, Nafanyl, Nafanyle, Naethanael, Naethanial, Naithanael, Naithanyael, Naithanael, Naithanyael, Naithanyal, Naithanyel, Natalianou (Samoan), Nataneal (Spanish), Nataniel (Spanish), Natanielas, Natanielias (Lithuanian), Nataniello, Nathan, Nathanael, Nathaneal, Nathaneil, Nathanel, Nathaneol, Nathanial (Hebrew), Nathanie (Hebrew), Nathanielle, Nathanuel, Nathanyal, Nathanyel, Nathel, Nathinel, Natthanial, Natthaniel, Natthanielle, Natthaniuel, Natthanyal, Natthanyel, Nayfanial, Naythaneal, Naytanial, Naythaniel, Nethanial, Nethaniel, Nethanielle, Nethanuel, Nithanial, Nithaniel, Nithanyal, Nithanyel, Nothanial, Nothaniel, Nothanielle, Nothanyal, Nothanyel Hebrew
Nattai Water Nattay Australian Aboriginal
Nav Name Nev Gypsy
Navarro From the plains. Navara, Navarah, Navaro, Navarra, Navarrah Spanish
Naveed Bringer of good thoughts.  Naved Hindi
Navin New one. Navyn Hindi
Nawat Left-handed.   Native American
Nawkaw Wood   Winnebago
Nayati Wrestler Nayaty Native American
Nayland Dweller from the island. Nailan, Nailand, Naylan English
Naylor Nail maker. Nailor Old English
Nazareth Geographical - From Nazareth in Israel. Nazair, Nazaire, Nazaret, Nazari, Nazarie, Nazario, Nazaryo Hebrew
Nazih Purity Nazim, Nazir Arabic
Ndale Trickster Ndal Ngoni, Malawian
Ndumiso Praise   Zulu
Neal A champion. See also Neil Neale, Neall, Nealle, Nealon, Nealy, Nealye, Neel, Neele, Neell, Neelle, Neil, Neile, Neill, Neille (Scandinavian), Nel, Nels (Scandinavian), Nial, Niale, Niall (Scottish), Nialle, Niel, Niele, Niell, Nielle, Niels (Danish, Scandinavian, Norse), Niilo (Finnish), Nil (Russian), Nile, Niles, Nill, Nille, Nils (Scandinavian), Nilo (Finnish), Njal, Nyal, Nyale, Nyall, Nyalle, Nyeal, Nyeale, Nyeall, Nyealle, Nyl, Nyle (Irish), Nyles, Nyll, Nylle, Nylles Irish
Nebojsa Fearless   Serbian
Nebraska Flat water. Nebraskah Sioux
Neco Unseeing Neko Egyptian
Ned Wealthy ruling guardian. A short form of Edward. Nedd, Neddym, Nedric, Nedrickm, Nedric, Nedrick, Nedrik, Nedryc,Nedryck, Nedryk English
Nedaviah The Lord's charity. Nedavia, Nedavya, Nedavyah Hebrew
Neel Blue   Hindi
Neenan Grasshopper.   Australian Aboriginal
Neerim Neerym   Australian Aboriginal
Negasi To become royalty.   Ethiopian
Negev From the south.   Hebrew
Nehemiah With the compassion of God, Consolation of God. Nahemia, Nahemiah, Nechemya, Nehemia, Nethermias, Nehmia, Nehmiah, Nemo, Neyamia, Neyamiah, Neyamya, Neyamyah Hebrew
Nehru Canal   Hindi
Neil Champion Neal (Irish), Neale, Neall, Nealle, Nealon, Nealy, Nealye, Neel, Neele, Neell, Neelle, Neile, Neill, Neille (Scandinavian), Nel, Nels (Scandinavian), Nial, Niale, Niall (Scottish), Nialle, Niel, Niele, Niell, Nielle, Niels (Danish, Scandinavian, Norse), Niilo (Finnish), Nil (Russian), Nile, Niles, Nill, Nille, Nils (Scandinavian), Nilo (Finnish), Njal, Nyal, Nyale, Nyall, Nyalle, Nyeal, Nyeale, Nyeall, Nyealle, Nyl, Nyle (Irish), Nyles, Nyll, Nylle, Nylles Irish, Gaelic
Neka Wild goose. Nekah Native American
Nektarios Sweet nectar. Nektario, Niktario, Nyktario Greek
Nelek Horn colour, Horn blower, Cornell tree. A form of Cornelius. Nelius (Latin), Nelik Polish, Latin
Nelo God is my judge. Nello Spanish, Hebrew
Nels Neil's son, Son of a champion. Neal, Neals, Neel, Neils, Nel, Neyl, Nile, Niles, Nils, Niul, Nyle, Nyles Scandinavian
Nelson Neil's son, Son of a champion. Nealsan, Nealsen, Nealso, Nealson, Nealsun, Nealsyn, Neelsan, Neelsen, Neesin, Neeson, Neelsun, Neelsyn, Neilsan, Neilsen, Neilsin, Neilson, Neilsun, Neilsyn, Nelsen, Nelsin, Nelsun, Nelsyn, Neylsan, Neylsen, Neylsin, Neylson, Neylsun, Neylsyn, Nilsan, Nilsen,, Nilsin, Nilson, Nilsun, Nilsyn, Nylsan, Nylsen, Nylsin, Nylson, Nylsun, Nylsyn Scandinavian, English
Nemesio Just one. Nemesyo Spanish
Nemo From the valley, From the glade. Nimo, Nymo Greek
Nemuel The spreading sea of God. Nemuele, Nemuell, Nemuelle Hebrew
Nen Ancient water.   Egyptian
Neper New town.   Spanish
Nepo Friend, Comrade.   Australian Aboriginal
Neptune Ruler of the sea. Neptuna, Neptunah Latin
Nerang Little Neran Australian Aboriginal
Nereus By the water.   Greek
Nero Black; Stern, Powerful. Neron, Nerone, Nerron, Nerrone, Niro, Nyro Latin; Spanish
Nerville From the sea village. Nervil, Nervile, Nervill, Nervyl, Nervyle, Nervyll, Nervylle French, Irish
Nesbit

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River bend which is nose-shaped, Shaped like a nose, Nose shaped bend. Naisbit, Naisbitt, Naisbyt, Naisbytt, Nesbitt, Nesbyt, Nesbytt, Nisbet, Nisbett, Nysbet, Nysbett, Nysbit, Nysbitt, Nysbyt, Nysbytt Old English
Nester Wise traveller. Nestar, Nestor, Nestyr Greek
Netaniah Gift of God. Netania, Netanya, Netanyah Hebrew
Neto Earnest   Spanish
Neumann New man.   German
Nevada Covered in snow. Nevadah, Nevadia, Nevadiah, Navadya, Navadyah,  Nevadyah Spanish
Neville From the new village, New town. Neval, Nevall, Nevall, Nevel, Nevele, Nevell, Nevelle, Nevil, Nevile, Nevill, Nevyl, Nevyle, Nevyll, Nevylle Old French
Nevin Little saint; Nephew. Nefan, Nefen, Nefin, Nevan, Neven, Nevins, Nevon, Nevyn, Nivan, Niven (English), Nivon, Nivyn, Nyvan, Nyven, Nyvin, Nyvon, Nyvyn Irish, Gaelic; Old English
Newbold From the new building.   Old English
Newell From the new spring. Newel Old English
Newland From the reclaimed land. Newlan Old English
Newlin From the new pool. Newlyn Old English
Newman New comer, New man. Neuman, Neumann (German), Newmann, Newmen English
Newton From the new town. Naunton, Newborough, Newburrie, Newburry, Newtown Old English
Ngai Herb   Vietnamese
Nghi Suspicion   Vietnamese
Nghia Forever   Vietnamese
Ngoza Blessed one.   Ibo
Ngu Sleeping   Vietnamese
Ngunda Dove   Malawian
Ngutuku Fish   Polynesian
Nhean Self-knowledge, Ego.   Cambodian
Nhlanhla Lucky   Zulu
Niagara Thunder water. Niagra, Niagrah Native American
Niaz Present   Hindi
Nibal Arrow Nybal Arabic
Nibaw One who stands tall. Nybaw Native American
Nicabar Cunning Nycabar Gypsy
Nicho Follower of Dionysos, the God of wine and celebration. A form of Denis. Nycho Spanish, Greek
Nicholas Victorious people. Claes, Claus, Clobes, Colas, Klaas (Dutch), Flaasje (Dutch), Klas, Klassis, Klaus, Kolinka, Neacail (Scottish), Niccolo (Italian), Nicholaj, Nicholo (Italian), Nichals, Nicol (Scottish), Nickola, Nicodeme (French), Nicodemer, Nicodemus, Nicol, Nicola (Italian), Nicolai (Slavic, Russian, Norse), Nicolaio (Portuguese), Nicolas (French), Nicolau, Nickolaus, Nicole, Nicolo (Italian), Nicomedus (Greek), Niikodem (Polish), Nikel (Bavarian), Nikita (Russian), Nikkelis, Niklaas (Dutch), Niklaus (Danish, German), Nikola (Slavic), Nikolai (Slavic), Nikolaon (Esperanto), Nikolas, Nikolaus (German), Nolascha, Nycholas, Nyckolas, Nycomdeus (Greek), Nykolas Greek
Nick Victorious people. A short form of Nicholas. Nic, Nicc, Nicke, Nik, Nyc, Nyck, Nyk Greek
Nicky Victorious people. A short form of Nicholas. Nicki, Nickie, Nicky, Niki (Hungarian), Nikie, Nikki (Finnish), Niky, Nycki, Nyckie, Nycky, Nyki, Nykie, Nyky Greek
Nicholson Nicholas' son, Son of the victorious people. Nickelson, Nickoles, Nickoleson, Nycholson, Nyckolson, Nykolson English, Greek
Niel Gift of God. A form of Neil.   Scandinavian
Nien Year Nyen Vietnamese
Nigan Aged Nigen, Nigin, Nigyn, Ngan, Nygen, Nygin, Nygon, Nygyn Native American
Nigel Black, Dark-haired; Champion. Niegal, Niegel, Nigal, Nigiel, Nigil, Nigile, Nijel, Nygal, Nygel Latin; Gaelic
Nika Ferocious Nica, Nicah, Nicka, Nickah, Nikah, Nyca, Nycah, Nycka, Nyckah, Nyka, Nykah Yoruba
Nike Victorious Nikee, Nikey, Niki, Nikie, Niky, Nyke, Nykee, Nykey, Nyki, Nykie, Nyky Greek
Nikita Victory of the people. A form of Nicholas. Nakita, Nakitah, Nakitas, Nikula, Nikulah, Nykita, Nykitah, Nykyta, Nykytah Russian, Greek
Nikiti Smooth, Round like the abalone shell. Nikity, Nikyti, Nikyty, Nykiti, Nykity, Nykyty Native American
Nila Blue Nilah, Nyla, Nylah Hindi
Niles Son of Neil, Son of the champion. Niel, Niels, Nile, Nilese, Nilesh, Nyle, Nyles English
Nils Son of Neil, Son of the champion.   Scandinavian
Nima Sun   Tibetan
Nimrod Fiery rod, Brave great hunter. Nymrod Hebrew
Ninian Lively   Latin
Nino Young child. Neno, Nyno Spanish
Nir Ploughed field. Niral, Niria, Nirel, Nyr, Nyra, Nyral, Nyrel, Nyria, Nyrial Hebrew
Niran Eternal Niren, Nirin, Niron, Nirn, Nyran, Nyren, Nyrin, Nyron, Nyryn Thai
Nirvan Happy Nyrvan Hindi
Nishan Sign, Cross. Nyshan Armenian
Nissan Emblem Nisan, Nissim, Nyssan Hebrew
Nissim Miracle Nisan, Nissym, Nyssim, Nyssym Hebrew
Nitis Good friend. Netis, Nytis, Nytys Native American
Nitya Constant Nityah, Nytya, Nytyah Sanskrit
Niu Coconut Niutei (Polynesian), Nyu Tongan
Niv Speech Nyv Arabic
Niven Little saint.   Irish
Nixon Nicholas' son, Son of the victorious people. Nixan, Nixen, Nixin, Nixson, Nixun, Nixyn, Nyxan, Nyxen, Nyxin, Nyxon, Nyxyn Old English
Nizam Leader Nyzam Arabic
Njabulo Joy   Zulu
Njau Youthful bull.   Kenyan
Nkhensani Give thanks.   Tsonga (South African Tribe)
Nkunda Loves those who dislike him. Nkundah Runyankore
N'namdi His father's name will live on.   Ibo
Noadiah To meet with God. Noadia, Nodya, Nodyah Hebrew
Noah Rest, peace, Long rest. Noach (Dutch), Noak (Swedish), Noe (Czech, French, Spanish), Nohah Hebrew
Noak Rest, peace, Long rest. A form of Noah.   Swedish
Noam Pleasant   Hebrew
Noble Noble, Respected. Nobel Latin
Nocona One who wanders. Noconah Comanche
Nodin Wind Knoton, Nodyn, Noton Native American
Noe Peace   Hebrew, Spanish
Noel Born of Christmas Day, Born at Christmas time. The masculine form of Noelle. Natal (Spanish), Natale (Italian), Noele, Noell, Noelle, Nowel, Nowele, Nowell, Nowelle French
Noga Star, Famous. Nogah Hebrew
Nohea Handsome   Hawaiian
Nolan Famous, Descended from Nobility. Nolen, Nolin, Nolon, Nolyn, Noland Irish, Gaelic
Noland Famous Nolan  
Nompie Wedge-tailed eagle. Nompi Australian Aboriginal
Noor Light   Hebrew
Norbert Brilliant hero; North-bright. Norberto, Norburt, Norburto, Norbyrt, Norbyrto, Northbert, Northberto, Northburt, Northburto, Northbyrt, Northbyto Scandinavian; Teutonic
Norbu A precious gem.   Tibetan
Noriss Northerner Norice, Noris, Norreys, Norrys Old French
Norm Norse man, Man from the North. A short form of Norman. Norman Old French
Norman Norse man, Man from the North.  Normand, Normen, Normin, Normon, Normyn, Norm Old French
Normandy Provence in France   French
Norris From the north Norice, Noris, Norreys, Norrys  
North From the north.   Old English
Northcliff From the north cliff. Northclif, Northcliffe, Northclith, Northclithe, Northclyf, Northclife, Northcliff, Northcliffe Old English
Northrop From the North town. Northrup Old English
Norton From the northern town. Northton, Northtown Old English
Norville From the northern village. Norvale, Norvil, Norvile, Norvill Old English
Norvin Friend from the North. Norvyn, Norwin, Norwyn Old English
Norward Guardian of the North. Norwald, Norword Old English
Norwell From the north stream. Northwel, Northwell, Norwel Old English
Norwood Guard at the north gate, From the Northern forest. Northwood Old English
Notaku Growling bear.   Moquelumnan
Nouri The prince of light.   Persian
Nqobizitha Conquer the enemies.   Zulu
Nova New Novah Latin
Nowles From the grassy slope. Knowl, Knowle, Knowles, Nowl, Nowle English
Noy Beautiful, Bountiful Noi Hebrew
Nsoah Seventh-born child. Nsoa African
Ntuthuko Development   Zulu
Nudge Gentle push. Nudg Old English, Australian
Nudgee Green frog. Nudge Australian Aboriginal
Nugent Shoving Nugant English
Nui Great   Maori
Numa Pleasant Numah Arabic
Numair Panther Numayr Arabic
Numid Star dancer. Numyd Native American
Nuncio Messenger, Bearer of news. Nuntius, Nunzio Italian
Nunnally From the valley of the nuns. Nunnaly, Nunally Old English
Nuri Fire Neri, Neria, Nery, Noori, Nuriel, Nuris, Nurism, Nury Hebrew
Nuria Fire of the Lord. Nuriah, Nurya, Nuryah Hebrew
Nuriel The Lord's fire. Nuria, Nuriah, Nuriya, Nuryel Hebrew, Arabic
Nuru Born in the day-time light.   Swahili
Nusair Bird of prey. Nusayr Arabic
Nwake Born on the market day.   Nigerian
NyAsha Merciful, kind, Mercy of God. NyAshah Zimbabwean
Nye Islander Nyle Middle English
Nyo From the city. Nio Burmese
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