Naaman, means "be pleasant". Unique as a baby name. See also Neuman.
Nachman, var. Nahum, Nacham, Nachmann, means "comforter". Nachman is a rarely used masculine name, and it appears frequently (Top 28%) as a last name in the US Census. The variation Menachem is generally used as a variant form of the name.
Naftali, var. Neftali, Nephtali, Nefthali, Naphtali, Nephthali, Naphthali, means "struggling". A scarce birth name for males that occurs more commonly as a surname. The form Neftali is commonly used as a version of Naftali.
Nagid, means "ruler, leader". Unique as a name for children. See also Nagib.
Nairobi. Rare as a name for children. Name applicable for both boys and girls.
Naldo. Rarely used as a birth name for boys. See also Nardo.
Naman, means "salutations; be kind". Rarely used as a given name, Naman exists more frequently as a surname. See also Neuman.
Namir, means "leopard". Scarce as a name for children. See also Nasir.
Narcisse, var. Narses, Narciso, Narcissus, Narkissos, means "daffodil". Scarcely used as a name for newborns, Narcisse exists more conventionally as a last name. Unisex name. The variation Narciso is commonplace as a variant form of Narcisse.
Nardo, means "strong, hardy". Seldom used as a given name for boys, existing more conventionally as a last name. See also Naldo.
Naren, means "the best of men". Rare as a name for children. See also Nairn.
Nash▲. The name Nash has gained increasing favor as a given name since 1880. See also Nasr.
Nashua. A rare birth name. See also Nash.
Nat▼. Slightly unusual as a name for children. Both a masculine and a feminine name.
Nathan▲, var. Nat▼, Nate, Natan, Nathon, Nathen▼, means "God has given". Nathan is a frequently occurring (Top 9%) masculine name, occurring commonly (Top 5%) as a last name according to the US Census. The form Nathen is familiar as a version of this name.