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Girl Names Starting with No-

No- baby names and what they mean, with 29 results. No- names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names is at its highest presently (usage of 0.8%), except for names like Norma which have become somewhat outmoded. The more fashionable names for newborns in this list are Nora (#41), Nova (#215), Norah (#159), Noelle (#250) and Noa (#762), while Noren (top 11%) and Noga (10%) are popular No- last names. Here is the list of No- names for boys.

No- names

Noa - Norah | Norbeta - Nova

Noa - Norah

Origin fr. Hebrew. "Movement." Noa has gained in popularity as a birth name since 1880-1889.

Naomi and variantsNoami, Noemi, Noemie
Var. of Naomi. Derivative of Hebrew word. "Pleasant." Nohemi is also a slightly prominent baby name.

Noelani and variantsNoelani, var. Noe
Derived fr. Hawaiian word. "Mist of heaven." Popular, and Noelani is similar to common last names Nathani (upper 67%), Noorani (25%), which also end with -ani.

Noelle and variantsNoelle, var. Noel, Noela, Noele, Noeleen, Noeline, Noelene, Noeliz, Noell, Noella, Noelynn, Noelleen, Nowel, Noweleen, Nowell
Derived fr. Old French language. "Christmas." Common, with usage of 0.084% for Noelle, Noelene, etc. as girls' names in 2015, but lower than 0.086% a year ago.

Root fr. Native American Indian language. "Daughter of the moon; grandmother." Not widespread. Nokomis is not listed in the US Demographics.

Nuala and variantsNola1, Noola
Var. of Nuala. Short form of Fionnula (Irish, Gaelic) .. Usage of Nola and Noola as baby names in 2015 was up 10.1% compared to the year before.

Var. of Magnolia. Nature name .. Nola is a Top 2000 baby name. See also Nel.

Nola3, var. Nowla
Short form of Fionnula (Irish, Gaelic) .. Popular as birth names, Nola and Nowla are comparable to the familiar Noel.

Form of Fionnula. Root fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "White shoulder." A common baby name (#767 in 2015) that is also used somewhat frequently as a surname. See also Neola.

Nolan, var. Nolana, Noland, Nolanda, Nolen, Nolin, Nolene, Nolynn, Nollan
Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Champion." Nowlan (top 17%), Nosan (90%) are familiar last names.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of No- names: Noa, Noel, Noelani, Noella, Noelle

Top 2000 baby names ranking of No- names: Noemi, Noemie, Nola, Nona, Nonie

Top 2000 baby names ranking of No- names: Nonnie, Noor, Nora, Norah, Norine, Nour

Nona and variantsNona1, var. Nonah, Noni, Nonie1, Nonna, Nonnah
From Latin element. "Ninth." Usage of Nonah and forms was common a century ago.

Nona2, Nonie2
Forms of Anne. Derived fr. Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Somewhat popular as birth names, Nona and Nonie are similar to the common Tonie.

Form of Anonna. Source fr. Latin word. Name of the Roman goddess of .. Less widespread today. Nona last appeared in 1970-1979 in the Top 2000. See also Nina.

Helen and variantsNonnie1, Nora1
Var. of Helen. From Greek word. "Sun ray." Nora is found often (top 14%) as a surname.

Eleanor and variantsNonnie2, Nora2, Nore, Norah1, Norina1
Forms of Eleanor. From Old French, Old German languages. "Other, foreign." Nonnie, Nora and Norah are more prevalent as girls' names compared to Nore, Norina.

Nura and variantsNoor, Nour, Noura
Forms of Nura. Derivative of Arabic, Aramaic languages. "Light." Noor and Nour are more familiar as baby names compared to Noura.

Nora and variantsNora3, var. Nonie3, Noora, Norah2, Norella, Norissa, Norelle, Norry1
Origin fr. English, Greek, Latin elements. "Light; woman of honor." Nora (upper 6%) and Norah (69%) are commonplace as feminine names.

Honor and variantsNora4, Norah3, Norina2, Norine, Norry2
Var. of Honor. Stems fr. Latin element. "Woman of honor." Nora (upper 14%), Norah (63%) and Norine (71%) exist often as surnames.

Annora and variantsNora5, Norah4
Var. of Annora. Derivative of Latin. "Honor." Adoption of Nora and Norah as girls' names in 2015 was a lot more than the previous decade.

Var. of Leonora. Origin fr. Greek language. "Compassion; light." Norah is a commonly occurring (top 69%) female name, and is found commonly (top 63%) as a last name. See also Nura.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for No- names for girls.

1. Noa - Norah
Noa, Naomi [Noami, Noemi, Noemie], Noelani [Noe], Noelle [Noell, Nowel, Noeliz, Nowell, Noella, Noelynn, Noweleen, Noelleen, ..], Nokomis, Nuala [Nola, Noola], Magnolia [Nola], Nola [Nowla], Fionnula [Nola], Nolan [Nolin, Nolen, Noland, Nolana, Nolene, Nolynn, Nollan, Nolanda], Nona [Noni, Nonah, Nonie, Nonna, Nonnah], Anne [Nona, Nonie], Anonna [Nona], Helen [Nora, Nonnie], Eleanor [Nora, Nore, Norah, Nonnie, Norina], Nura [Noor, Nour, Noura], Nora [Norry, Noora, Nonie, Norah, Norella, Norissa, Norelle], Honor [Nora, Norry, Norah, Norina, Norine], Annora [Nora, Norah], Leonora [Norah]

Norbeta, Nordica [Norda], Noreen [Norene, Norine, Noreena, Norinne], Norell, Noriko, Norma [Norm, Normie, Normina], Normandie [Normandy, Normandee, Normandey], Norna [Norne], Nova [Novia, Novella]

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