Νάθαν (Nathan) – Νῶε (Noah)

Νάθαν, Nathan: God has given, from the Hebrew נְתַנְאֵל (Netan’el).

Ναθαναήλ, Nathanael: God has given, from the Hebrew נְתַנְאֵל (Netan’el).

Νάντια, Nadia: Steady, constant. A form of Κωνσταντίνα (Constantina), from the Latin  constantia.

Ναούμ, Nahum: Comforter, from the Hebrew נַחוּם

Ναπολέων, Napoleon: The lion of Napoli, from Napoli and thw Greek λέων (leon), lion.

Ναρσής, Narses: Derived from Avestan nairyo (male) and sangha (word), a  Hellenized form of Nairyosangha.

Νάτα, Nata: Christmas day, from the Latin natale domini.

Νάταλι, Natalie: Christmas day, from the Latin natale domini.

Ναταλία, Natalia: Christmas day, from the Latin natale domini.

Νατάλιος, Natalius: Christmas day, from the Latin natale domini.

Νεῖλος, Nilus, Nile: River, from a Semitic root nahal.

Νίνα, Nina: Steady, constant. A form of Κωνσταντίνα (Constantina), from the Latin  constantia. Also, a diminutive of other names such as Anna.

Νινέτα, Nineta: Steady, constant. A form of Κωνσταντίνα (Constantina), from the Latin  constantia. Also, a diminutive of other names such as Anna.

Νινή, Nine: Steady, constant. A form of Κωνσταντίνα (Constantina), from the Latin  constantia. Also, a diminutive of other names such as Anna.

Νίνος, Nino: A diminutine of Ananias, from the Hebrew Hananiah meaning Yahweh is gracious.

Ντάλια, Dalia: Branch, from the Hebrew דַּלְיָה .

Ντάνα, Dana: God is my judge, from the Hebrewדָּנִיֵּאל (Daniyyel).

Ντάνι, Danny: God is my judge, from the Hebrewדָּנִיֵּאל (Daniyyel).

Ντανιέλα, Daniela: God is my judge, from the Hebrewדָּנִיֵּאל (Daniyyel).

Ντίνα, Dina: Steady, constant. A nickname of Κωνσταντίνα (Constantina), from the Latin  constantia.

Ντίνος, Dino: Steady, constant. A nickname of Constantine.

Νῶε, Noah: Rest, Comfort from  the Hebrew name נוֹחַ (Noach).

© Paul Pan

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