Na-, var. Nakia▼, Nalani, Nakita, Natoya, Natisha, Natosha, Natavia, Naquita, Nakisha, Nakeisha, .. 2 more. Nakia has been on a downward trend in popularity as a name for baby girls over the years. The forms Natosha and Nakisha are widely used as versions of Na-.
Naama, means "beautiful, good-looking". Unique as a given name. See also Nioma.
Nadette, means "bear; courgeous". Scarcely used as a name for baby girls. See also Cadette.
Nadia▲, var. Nada, Nata, Nady, Natka, Nadya, Nadie, Nadja, Nadzia, Nadiya, Nadija, .. 4 more, means "hope". The name Nadia has risen in favor with parents since 1880. The variation Nada is familiar as a form of this name.
Nadine▼, var. Nadie, Nadyna, Nadyne, Nadena, Nadina, Nadeen, Nadene, Naydeen. Nadine has fallen off in favor as a given name for girls over time since 1920. The variation Nadene is widely used as a form of the name.
Nahara, means "light". Rare as a birth name. See also Sahara.
Naida, var. Naia, Nyad, Nyada, Niada, Nayad, Naiad, Naiada, means "water nymph". Unique as a name for children now, though occurring commonly as a first name among the female populace in the US Census. See also Saida.
Nairobi. A seldom-used given name for baby girls. Name suited for both sexes.
Nalea, means "lei of love; lioness, queen". A seldom-used name for girls. See also Nyla.
Nan▼, var. Nana, Nanna, Nanny, Nanon, Ninon, Nania, Nanci▼, Nance, Nancy▼, Nancie, .. 7 more. Nan is commonplace (Top 24%) as a female name, and it occurs frequently (Top 79%) as a last name in the US Census. The forms Nettie, Nanette and Nanci are generally used as versions of Nan.
Nana. A slightly scarce name for baby girls nowadays, though Nana is still found regularly as a first name among females of all ages according to the US Census. See also Yana.
Nancy▼, var. Nann, Nanny, Nanci▼, Nance, Nanncy, Nannie▼, Nansee, Nansey, Nancsi, Nancee, .. 6 more. A popular choice for a name for kids (#752 in 2014) that is also found somewhat regularly as a last name. The forms Nannie and Nancey are commonplace as versions of the name.
Nanette▼, var. Ninon, Netty, Nettie▼, Nanine, Nannette▼. Usage of Nanette, Nettie and Nannette as names for newborns has been on a downward trend over time since 1880-1889. The variation Nettie is popular as a form of Nanette.
Naomi▲, var. Neomi, Noami, Noemi▲, Neoma▼, Navit, Naoma, Noemie, Naomia, Naomie, Nayomi, means "pleasant". The variant forms Naomi and Noemi have become progressively more popular as given names for baby girls. The variations Noemi and Naoma are commonly used as forms of the name.
Narda, means "scented ointment". Scarcely used as a name for babies. See also Varda.
Nastasia, var. Nastassya, Nastassia, Nastassja, Nastassija, Nastassiya, means "resurrection". Nastasia is uncommonly used as a women's name, and it appears regularly (Top 79%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Natasia.
Nata, means "swimmer". Scarcely used as a birth name for females. A name suited for both girls and boys.
Natalie▲, var. Nat, Nata, Natka, Natty, Nattie, Natale, Natala, Nataly▼, Nately, Nettie▼, .. 30 more, means "birthday". Natalie is a common (Top 5%) women's name, and it appears regularly (Top 79%) as a surname in the US Census. The variations Tasha, Natividad, Nathalia and Nataly are commonly used as forms of Natalie.
Natalya▼, var. Natalia▲, means "birthday". A popular choice for a name for kids (#998 in 2014), Natalya is also found regularly as a first name among the female populace in the US Census. The form Natalia is commonplace as a version of this name.