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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Noda

Famous, Recognized

Hebrew

Nodens

A British god

Anglo-Saxon

Nodin

Windy Day

Native American

Nodons

A British god

Anglo-Saxon

Noelle

Born on Christmas Day

French

Nonnie

Ninth

Latin

Nootau

Fire (Algonquin)

Native American

Norcross

From the north cross roads

English

Noreis

Caretaker

French

Nori

Belief

Japanese

Norice

Caretaker

French

Normandie

Land of the northern folk

French

Northclif

From the north cliff

English

Northclyf

From the north cliff

English

Northtun

From the north farm

English

Northwode

From the north forest

English

Nortin

From the north farm

English

Norwel

From the north spring

English

Nosh

Father (Algonquin)

Native American

Noshi

Father (Algonquin)

Native American

Notchimine

No Heart

Native American

Notin

Wind

Native American

Nouel

Akernel

French

Nouvel

New

French

Nova

New

Latin

November

Born in November

American

Now

Light

Arabic

Nowles

Dweller at the hill top

English

Nox

Night

Latin

Nudd

A knight

Arthurian Legend

Nuhad

Brave

Arabic

Nulte

From Ulster

Irish

Nulty

From Ulster

Irish

Nyack

Won't Give Up

African

Nyako

Girl

African

Nyke

Victory, speed, and trimuph.

Greek

Nyle

Desire

Anglo-Saxon

Nyoka

Created Name

English

Nates

A short form of Nathan and Nathaniel.

Neh

A diminutive form of Nehemiah.

Nob

A diminutive form of Robert.

Northcott

“(The dweller in) the cottage in the north,” based on the Anglo-Saxon north and cot (a cottage).

Anglo-Saxon

Norvald

A variant form of Norval.

Numps

A playful diminutive of Humphrey.

Nikolaj

Victory of the people

Danish

Nello

In

Italian

Naail
Naasir
Nabor
Nachmen