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N- Names for Boys

N baby names and what they mean, with 126 results. The more fashionable names for newborns in this compilation are Nash (#344), Nixon (#512), Noah (#1), Noel (#374) and Nolan (#71), while Ness (top 2%) and Nord (4%) are conventional N- surnames. Here is the list of N- names for girls.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of N- names: Nabil, Nader, Naeem, Naftali, Nahum

Naaman
From Hebrew. "Be pleasant." Common as surname. Compare Naaman (top 77%) and common surnames Nulman (top 67%), Niesman (83%), with the -man suffix. See also Naman.

Nabil and variantsNabil, var. Nabeel
Origin fr. Arabic. "Noble." Less popular today. Nabil was the variation last recorded (2002) in the Top 2000.

Nachman and variantsNachman, var. Nacham, Nachmann, Nahum1
Derived fr. Hebrew language. "Comforter." Less popular today. Nahum was the variation last appearing (2012) in the Top 2000.

Nachshon, var. Nachson
Source fr. Hebrew language. "Adventurous, daring." Nahshon is a somewhat common baby name.

Nachum1, Nahum2
Forms of Menachem. Based on Hebrew element. "Comforter." Nahum is prevalent as a baby name compared to Nachum.

Nachum2, var. Nahum3, Nechum, Nehum
Source fr. Hebrew. "Comfort." Nachum, Nechum and Nehum are more rarefied as baby names.

Nadim, var. Nadeem
From Arabic element. "Friend." Nadim and Nadeem were not among 2015's Top names.

Nadir and variantsNadir, var. Nadeer, Nadeir, Nader
Origin fr. Arabic. "Rare, scarce." Nadeer and variants are barely found as masculine names.

Naftali and variantsNaftali, var. Naphtali, Naphthali, Neftali, Nephtali, Nefthali, Nephthali
Derived fr. Hebrew word. "Struggling." Naphtali, Naphthali, Nefthali, Nephtali and Nephthali are more unique as baby names among the variant forms of Naftali.

Nagel, var. Naegel, Nageler, Nagelle, Nagler, Nagle
Stems fr. German. "Nail maker." Nagey (upper 93%), Nagal (70%) are conventional surnames.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of N- names: Naim, Neftali

Nagid
Stems fr. Hebrew language. "Ruler, leader." Rare as a boys' name. See also Nagib.

Nahir, var. Naheer
Source fr. Hebrew language. "Clear, bright." Nahir and Naheer are not in the Top 2000.

Naim and variantsNaim, var. Naeem
Stems fr. Arabic. "To be contented." Naeem (upper 23%) and Naim (24%) appear commonly as last names.

Nairn, var. Nairne
Derivative of Scottish, Gaelic elements. "River with alder trees." Nafirn and Narn are creative forms.

Nairobi
Origin fr. African element. Place name .. Not in popularity charts. Cross-gender use.

Najib, var. Nageeb, Nagib, Najeeb
Root fr. Arabic. "Distinguished, noble." Najib (upper 63%) and Nagib (94%) appear commonly as last names.

Naldo1
Source fr. Spanish word. Diminutive of Reginald (Old German) counselor .. Naldo is uncommon as a children's name. See also Waldo.

Naldo2
Var. of Reginald. From Latin word. "Ruler's advisor." Not in popularity charts. See also Nardo.

Nalin, var. Nameen
From Hindi word. "Lotus." Rare. Nalin (cf. Norvin) ends with the androgynous -in.

Naman
Origin fr. Hindi, Hebrew elements. "Salutations; be kind." Not Top 2000 name.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for N- names for boys.

1. Naaman - Naman
Naaman, Nabil [Nabeel], Nachman [Nahum, ..], Nachshon [Nachson], Menachem [Nahum, ..], Nachum [Nehum, ..], Nadim [Nadeem], Nadir [Nader, ..], Naftali [Nephthali, ..], Nagel [Nagler, ..], Nagid, Nahir [Naheer], Naim [Naeem], Nairn [Nairne], Nairobi, Najib [Najeeb, ..], Naldo, Reginald [Naldo], Nalin [Nameen], Naman


Namir, Ferdinand [Nandy, ..], Napier [Neper], Napoleon [Napoleone, ..], Narcisse [Narses, ..], Nardo, Naren, Nash, Nashua, Nasir [Nassor, ..], Nat, Natal [Nataly, ..], Nathan [Nathon, ..], Nathaniel [Nethanyel, ..], Navarro [Navarre], Naveed [Navid], Navon, Naylor [Nailor, ..], Nazaire [Nazor, ..], Cornelius [Neely, ..]


Neal [Neel, ..], Neander, Nebo, Neckarios [Nektarius, ..], Edwin [Neddy, ..], Edgar [Neddy, ..], Edward [Neddie, ..], Ned, Edmund [Neddie, ..], Negasi, Nehemiah [Nechemya, ..], Neil [Niles, ..], Nels, Nelson [Nilsson, ..], Nemesio, Nemo, Lorenzo [Nenzo], Neptune, Ner, Nereus [Nereo]


Nesbit [Nisbett, ..], Nestor [Nestorio, ..], Nevada, Nevan [Nevin], Neville [Nevyle, ..], Nevin [Niven, ..], Newbury [Newberry, ..], Newcomb [Newcombe], Newell [Newhall, ..], Newland, Newlin, Newman [Newsy, ..], Newport, Newton, Nezer, Niall [Nial], Niaz, Nicandro [Nikandrios, ..], Nicholas [Nils, ..], Nick [Nykko, ..]


Dominic [Nick], Nickleby, Nico [Nikos, ..], Nicodemus [Nikodim, ..], Nicol, Nicomedes [Nikomedes, ..], Niels, Nigel [Nygel, ..], Nikhil [Nikhel], Nikostratos [Nicostratus, ..], Niles [Nyles, ..], Nimrod, Ninian, Nishan, Nissan [Nisan], Nissim, Nixon, Nizar, Njord, Noah [Norrie, ..]


Noam, Noble, Christmas [Noel], Noel [Nowell, ..], Nolan [Nolyn, ..], Oliver [Noll], Noor [Nur, ..], Norbert [Norberto], Norman [Normie, ..], Norris, Northcliff [Northclyffe, ..], Northrop [Northrup], Norton, Norville [Norvylle, ..], Norvin [Norwynn, ..], Norward [Norwerd], Norwell, Norwood, Novena, Nuncio [Nunzio]


Nuri [Nuris, ..], Nuriel [Nurya, ..], Nuru, Aneirin [Nye], Nyles, Nyree

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