Baby Girl names that start with  “ N “ and their  Meaning

 

Naamah

Hebrew, meaning ‘sweetness’.

Naara

Japanese, meaning ‘deer’.

Naava

Hebrew, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Nabiha

Arabic, meaning ‘intelligent’.

Nabila

Arabic, meaning ‘noble’.

Nachine

Spanish, meaning ‘fiery’.

Nadda

Arabic, meaning ‘generous’.

Nadezhda

Russian, meaning ‘hope’.

Nadia

(alt. Nadya)

Russian, meaning ‘hope’.

Nadine

French, meaning ‘hope’.

Naeva

French, meaning ‘evening’.

Nafisa

Arabic, meaning ‘precious gem’.

Nahara

Aramaic, meaning ‘light’.

Nahla

Arabic, meaning ‘drink water’.

Nailah

Arabic, meaning ‘successful’.

Naima

Arabic, meaning ‘water nymph’.

Naiya

Arabic, meaning ‘reed’.

Najwa

Arabic, meaning ‘passionate’.

Najya

Arabic, meaning ‘free’.

Nakia

Egyptian, meaning ‘pure’.

Nakita

American, meaning ‘victory of people’.

Nala

African, meaning ‘successful’.

Nalani

Hawaiian, meaning ‘serenity of the skies’.

Saints’ names

Ada

Agatha

Catherine

Felicity

Helena

Joan

Lydia

Margaret

Mary

Teresa

Nan

(alt. Nanna, Nannie)

Hebrew, meaning ‘grace’.

Nancy

(alt. Nanci, Nancie)

Hebrew, meaning ‘grace’.

Nanette

(alt. Nannette)

French, meaning ‘grace’.

Naoko

Japanese, meaning ‘honest’.

Naomh

Irish, meaning ‘holy’.

Naomi

(alt. Naoma, Noemi)

Hebrew, meaning ‘pleasant’.

Narcissa

Greek, meaning ‘daffodil’.

Nastasia

Greek, meaning ‘resurrection’.

Natalie

(alt. Natalee, Natalia, Natalya, Nathalie)

Latin, meaning ‘birth day’.

Natasha

(alt. Natasa)

Russian, meaning ‘birth day’.

Natividad

Spanish, meaning ‘Christmas’.

Neda

English, meaning ‘wealthy’.

Nedra

English, meaning ‘underground’.

Neema

Swahili, meaning ‘born of prosperity’.

Neka

Native American, meaning ‘goose’.

Nell

(alt. Nelda, Nella, Nell, Nellie, Nelly)

Shortened form of Eleanor, meaning ‘light’.

Nemi

Italian, from the lake of the same name.

Nenetl

Aztec, meaning ‘doll’.

Neoma

Greek, meaning ‘new moon’.

Nereida

Spanish, meaning ‘sea nymph’.

Nerissa

Of Greek origin, meaning ‘sea nymph’.

Nettie

(alt. Neta)

Shortened form of Henrietta, meaning ‘ruler of the house’.

Neva

Spanish, meaning ‘snowy’.

Nevaeh

American, meaning ‘heaven’.

Nhi

Vietnamese, meaning ‘little one’.

Nhuung

Vietnamese, meaning ‘velvet’.

Nia

Welsh, meaning ‘bright’.

Niamh

(alt. Neve)

Irish, meaning ‘brightness’.

Nicki

(alt. Nicky, Nikki)

Shortened form of Nicola, meaning ‘victory of the people’.

Nicola

Greek, meaning ‘victory of the people’.

Nicole

(alt. Nichole, Nicolette, Nikole)

Greek, meaning ‘victory of the people’.

Nidia

Spanish, meaning ‘graceful’.

Nikita

Greek, meaning ‘unconquered’.

Nigella

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘champion’.

Nika

Slavic, meaning ‘bringer of victory’.

Nila

Egyptian, meaning ‘nile’.

Nilda

German, meaning ‘battle woman’.

Nimeesha

African, meaning ‘princess’.

Nimra

Arabic, meaning ‘number’.

Nina

Spanish, meaning ‘girl’.

Nissa

Hebrew, meaning ‘sign’.

Nita

Spanish, meaning ‘gracious’.

Nitsa

Greek, meaning ‘light’.

Nitza

Hebrew, meaning ‘flower bud’.

Nixie

German, meaning ‘water sprite’.

Njema

Swahili, meaning ‘good’.

Noa

Hebrew, meaning ‘movement’.

Noel

(alt. Noelle)

French, meaning ‘Christmas’.

Nola

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘white shoulder’.

Nolcha

Native American, meaning ‘sun’.

Opera heroines

Carmen (Carmen, Georges Bizet)

Elektra (Elektra, Richard Strauss)

Ellen (Peter Grimes, Benjamin Britten)

Floria (Tosca, Puccini)

Liza (The Queen of Spades, Tchaikovsky)

Mimi (La Bohème, Puccini)

Pamina (The Magic Flute, Mozart)

Turandot (Turandot, Puccini)

Violetta (La Traviata, Giuseppe Verdi)

Vitellia (La Clemenza di Tito, Mozart)

Nomatha

African, meaning ‘big surprise’.

Nomble

African, meaning ‘beauty’.

Nona

Latin, meaning ‘ninth’.

Nora

(alt. Norah)

Shortened form of Eleanor, meaning ‘light’.

Noreen

(alt. Norine)

Irish, meaning ‘light’.

Norma

Latin, meaning ‘pattern’.

Normandie

(alt. Normandy)

French, from the province of the same name.

Novia

Latin, meaning ‘new’.

Nox

Latin, meaning ‘night’.

Noxolo

African, meaning ‘peaceful’.

Nsombi

African, meaning ‘abundant joy’.

Nu

Vietnamese, meaning ‘girl’.

Nuala

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘white shoulder’.

Nyathera

African, meaning ‘she survived’.

Nydia

Latin, meaning ‘nest’.

Nyimbo

Swahili, meaning ‘song’.

Nyofu

Swahili, meaning ‘candid’.

Nysa

(alt. Nyssa)

Greek, meaning ‘ambition’.

Nyx

Greek, meaning ‘night’.

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