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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Nicholas

Victory of the people

Greek

Nathan

He gave

Hebrew

Noah

To rest

Hebrew

Nathaniel

God has given

Hebrew

Norman

Northerner

German

Nolan

Child of nobility

Irish

Neil

Champion

Scottish

Nicolas

Victory of the people

Greek

Nelson

“The son of Nell or Neal,” from Nell or Neal and son.

English

Neal

“The champion,” from the Irish niadh.

Irish

Nick

A diminutive form of Nicholas.

Japanese

Noel

Christmas

French

Nickolas

People of victory

Greek

Noe

Peaceful

Hebrew

Nikolas

People of victory

Greek

Nathanael

God has given

Hebrew

Norbert

Northern brightness

German

Nehemiah

God comforts

Hebrew

Nasir

Supporter

Arabic

Ned

A diminutive form of Edward.

English

Norris

Northerner

French

Nash

By the ash tree

English

Nico

Greek

Nigel

Champion

Spanish

Nestor

Traveler

Greek

Nathanial

God has given

Hebrew

Niko

Greek

Nikolai

People of victory

Greek

Normand

Northerner

German

Nixon

Son of Nicholas

English

Nicky

People of victory

Greek

Noble

Aristocratic

Latin

Nikhil

Whole, all

Indian (Sanskrit)

Napoleon

Italian

Norberto

Northern brightness

German

Nathen

God has given

Hebrew

Nevin

Holy, sacred; little bone; servant of the saint's disciple

Latin

Newton

New town

English

Nikko

English

Nazir

Observant, spectator. Alternate spelling: Naazir.

Arabic

Najee

Means safe

Arabic

Neel

Horn; champion

Latin

Nikola
Nicklaus

Victory of the People

German

Nicholaus

People of victory

Greek

Naftali

Struggling

Hebrew

Nate

God has given

Hebrew

Noam

Beautiful, good-looking

Hebrew

Nikita

People of victory

Greek

Natividad

Of the Nativity

Spanish