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What does Nyquole mean?

Nyquole Pronunciation of Nyquole [nyquole] as a name for girls is a Greek name, and Nyquole means "people of victory". Nyquole is an alternate spelling of Nicole (Greek): from Nikola.

Associated with: greek, victory.


Nyquole has 15 variants: Necole, Nekoel, Niccole, Nickol, Nickole, Nicol, Nicolle, Nikkole, Nikol, Nikole, Niquole, Niquolle, Nycole, Nykole and Nyquolle.

4 more alternative forms via Nicole: Niceole, Nichole, Nychole and Nycholl.

Creative forms:
(female) Naquole, Raquole, ..


Middle name pairings:
Nyquole Sariah (N.S.), ..

How popular is Nyquole?

Nyquole is an unusual given name for women. Nyquole is also an uncommon surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Necole, Niccole, Nichole (#1840 from recent data), Nickole, Nicol, Nicole (#152), Nicolle and Nikole are the prominent related forms of Nyquole (outside Top 2000). These forms of Nyquole were favored by parents 4 decades ago (usage of 1.9%) and have become much less popular since (usage 0.15%, 92%), with versions such as Nichole becoming less stylish. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Necole, Niccole, Nichole, Nickole, Nicol in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Nicole, Nicolle, Nikole in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Nicole outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Aureole, Carole, Cole, Creole, Cybele, Cybille, Cyrille, Iole, Karole, Kyle, Lacole, Lynelle, Micole, Murle, Mychele, Myrelle, Myrle, Myrtle, Nacola (see Nicola), Nanelle, Naquita, Narelle, Natale, Natalle, Neale, Nebula, Neelle (see Neilina), Neile, Neille, Nelle, Neola, Nerola, Nerolie, Neroly (see Nerola), Niccola, Nichele, Nichol, Nichola, Nicholle, Nickola, Nicola, Nicolet, Nikola, Niobe, Niquita, Noe, Noele, Noelle, Nola, Nolen, Noola, Nore, Norelle, Nuala, Nula, Nykolia, Nyla, Nynette, Nyree, Oriole, Paule, Raoule, Raquelle, Soulle, Sybelle, Sybille, Sydelle, Trule, Ursule and Viole. These names tend to be more commonly used than Nyquole.

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