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First Name Directory - Starting with N




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Naël
Naël is a masculine given name.
Nabi
Nabih
Nabih is an Arabic Boy name The name “Nabih” meaning is “Witty, intelligent”.[1] Nabih is an Arabic Boy name The name “Nabih” meaning is “Witty, intelligent”.[1]
Nabil
Nabīl or Nabeel (Arabic: نبيل‎‎) is a male given name of Arabic origin, meaning "noble".[1] The name Nabil has a similar meaning to the English given name Patrick. Nabīl or Nabeel (Arabic: نبيل‎‎) is a male given name of Arabic origin, meaning "noble".[1] The name Nabil has a similar meaning to the English given name Patrick.
Naci
Naci or NACI may refer to:
Nadeem
Nadeem (also spelled Nadim or Nedim; Arabic: نديم) is an Arabic masculine given name. It means "friend to wine and dine with" (from the Arabic ندم nadima). The name is common among all communities in the Middle East, including Christians, Muslims and Jews, and in the Balkans.
Nader
Nader is a masculine given name and surname of Arabic origin (نادر Nādir, meaning "rare", "unique") and may refer to: Nader is a masculine given name and surname of Arabic origin (نادر Nādir, meaning "rare", "unique") and may refer to:
Nadim
Nadim (Arabic & #160; نديم) is an Arabic male name meaning "Drink comrade" (in the figurative sense: "Good friend, confidant"), which occurs as a family name. It is found in the Middle East and in the Balkans at Christians, Jews and Muslims. Another form of the name, which occurs in particular with Muslims in India and Pakistan, is Nadeem. Nedim is the Turkish form of the name.
Nadir
Nadir is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: Nadir is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nafiz
Nafiz is a Turkish given name for males. People named Nafiz include:
Nagaharu
Nagaharu (written: 長治) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nagahide
Nagahide (written: 長秀) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nagamasa
Nagamasa (written: 長政 or 長正) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nagamichi
Nagamichi (written: 長礼 or 長行) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naganao
Naganao (written: 長直) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naganori
Naganori (written: 長矩 or 長敦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nagatoki
Nagatoki (written: 長時) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nagatomo
Nagatomo is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Nagesh
Nagesh (नागेश, Nāgeś) is a male Indian name. He comes from Sanskrit and means approximately "Mr. of the Snake".
Naguib
Naguib (Arabic: نجيب‎‎ Najib) is a given and family name in Egyptian Arabic, a variant of the Arabic name Najib. It may refer to the following people: Naguib (Arabic: نجيب‎‎ Najib) is a given and family name in Egyptian Arabic, a variant of the Arabic name Najib. It may refer to the following people:
Nahyan
Nail
Nail is a masculine given name.
Naim
In Arabic: Happiness, comfort
Najden
Nayden (Bulgarian Найден) is a Bulgarian given name. The meaning of the name is "found".
Naji
Naji (also transliterated as Naci (Turkish), Arabic: ناجي‎‎, Nājī) is an Arabic male given name, which is derived from the Arabic verb to survive.[1] Naji (also transliterated as Naci (Turkish), Arabic: ناجي‎‎, Nājī) is an Arabic male given name, which is derived from the Arabic verb to survive.[1]
Najib
Najib (Arabic: نجيب‎‎) is an Arabic male name. It may refer to the following people: Najib (Arabic: نجيب‎‎) is an Arabic male name. It may refer to the following people:
Najibullah
Najibullah (Arabic: نجیب اللہ ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Najib and Allah. It means distinguished (servant) of God. Najibullah (Arabic: نجیب اللہ ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Najib and Allah. It means distinguished (servant) of God.
Najm
Najm (Arabic: نجم‎‎) (also Negm, IPA: [neɡm] in Egyptian dialect / pronunciation) is an Arabic word meaning star.[1] It is used as a given name in Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia.[2][3] Najm is the male version of the name and Najma (Arabic: نجمة‎‎) is the female version of the name. Najm/Negm is also a common Arab family name. Najm (Arabic: نجم‎‎) (also Negm, IPA: [neɡm] in Egyptian dialect / pronunciation) is an Arabic word meaning star.[1] It is used as a given name in Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia.[2][3] Najm is the male version of the name and Najma (Arabic: نجمة‎‎) is the female version of the name. Najm/Negm is also a common Arab family name.
Najm al-Din
Najm al-Din (Arabic: نجم الدين ‎‎) is a male given name of Arabic origin, formed from Najm and al-Din, meaning star of the religion. Najm al-Din (Arabic: نجم الدين ‎‎) is a male given name of Arabic origin, formed from Najm and al-Din, meaning star of the religion.
Nam-gi
Nam-gi, also spelled Nam-ki, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are five hanja with the reading "nam" and 68 hanja with the reading "ki" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Nam-il
Nam-il is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are five hanja with the reading "nam" and ten hanja with the reading "il" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Namık
Namık is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "the writer". Outside of the Turkish language, in particular in Albania and Azerbaijan, is the form of Namik.
Namik
Namik or Namık is a masculine Turkish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Namio
Namio (written: 南雄 or ナミオ in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nando
Nandor
Nándor is a Hungarian masculine first name. Originally a Hungarian word that referred to living along the Danube Bulgarians, used Nándor since the 19th century as Hungarian short form of Ferdinand.
Nankichi
Nanuk
Naofumi
Naofumi (written: 尚文 or 尚史) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naohiko
Naohiko (written: 直彦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naohiro
Naohiro (written: 直敬, 直宏, 直泰, 直弘, 直大, 直寛, 尚大, 尚弘) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naohisa
Naohisa (written: 直久) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naohito
Naohito (written: 直人) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naoji
Naoji (written: 直司 or 直治) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naokatsu
Naokatsu (written: 直勝) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naoki
Naoki is a very common Japanese given name.
Naomasa
Naomasa (written: 直政, 直正, 直方, 尚正 or 尚政) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naomichi
Naomichi (written: 直道, 直通, 直倫 or 正道) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naomori
Naomori (written: 直盛) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:


Naoshi
Naoshi (written: 直志 or 直) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naotaka
Naotaka (written: 直孝 or 直隆) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naotake
Naotake (written: 直剛, 尚武 or 尚丈) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naoto
Naoto (なおと, ナオト?) is a common masculine Japanese given name.
Naoya
Naoya (written: 直也, 直哉, 直弥 or 尚弥) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naoyuki
Naoyuki (written: 直之, 直行, 直幸, 尚之, 尚志 or なおゆき in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naozumi
Naozumi (written: 直純 or 直澄) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Napoleonas
Napoleonas is a Lithuanian male given name, derived from the given name Napoleon.
Napoleone
Napoleone is an Italian male given name.
Naqibullah
Naqibullah may refer to Naqibullah may refer to
Naranbhai
Naranbhai may refer to
Narcís
Narcís is a Catalan male given name, derived from the Latinate form of narcissus of the original Greek name of Narkissos (Νάρκισσος). The inter alia Spanish form of the name is Narciso.
Narciso
Narciso is an Italian, Spanish and Portuguese male given name, derived from the Latinate form of narcissus of the original Greek name of Narkissos (Νάρκισσος). Narcís is the Catalan form of the name.
Narciso
Narciso is an Italian, Spanish and Portuguese male given name, derived from the Latinate form of narcissus of the original Greek name of Narkissos (Νάρκισσος). Narcís is the Catalan form of the name.
Narcizas
Narcizas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from narcissus. The feminine form is Narcizė.
Narendra
Narendra (नरेन्द्र, or नरेंद्र) is an Indian given name. He means "Men of men". Narinder is the version of the name in Punjabi.
Nariaki
Nariaki (written: 斉昭 or 成彬) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nariakira
Nariakira (written: 斉彬, 成章) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Narinder
Naritaka
Naritaka (written: 斉荘 or 斉孝) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nariyasu
Nariyasu (written: 斉泰 or 成泰) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nariyuki
Nariyuki (written: 斉敬 or 成幸) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naruhisa
Naruhisa (written: 稔久 or 成久) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Naruhito
Naruhito is a male Japanese given name. People named Naruhito include the following:
Naseeb
Naseeb (also spelled Nasib or Nasip) (Arabic: نصيب‎‎) is an Arabic term used in many languages including Indonesian, Malay, Persian, Turkish, Pashto, Sindhi, Urdu, Hindi ,bengali and Punjabi it means destiny or fate. The literal meaning in Arabic is "share", but it came to be understood as "one's share in life", and thus his destiny. Naseeb (also spelled Nasib or Nasip) (Arabic: نصيب‎‎) is an Arabic term used in many languages including Indonesian, Malay, Persian, Turkish, Pashto, Sindhi, Urdu, Hindi ,bengali and Punjabi it means destiny or fate. The literal meaning in Arabic is "share", but it came to be understood as "one's share in life", and thus his destiny.
Naseer
Naseer is an Arabic name and may refer to: Naseer is an Arabic name and may refer to:
Nasir
Nasir (Arabic: ناصر‎‎ Nāṣir) is an Arabic masculine given name which can mean "helper" or "one who gives victory" (grammatically the Stem I masculine singular active participle of consonantal verb root n-ṣ-r). The female form of the name is Nasira (ناصرة Nāṣira).
Nasir al-Din
Nasir al-Din, Nasir ad-Din or Nasiruddin (Arabic: نصیر الدین‎‎ or ناصرالدین or نصر الدين, "Defender of the Faith") is an Arabic masculine name, originally an honorific title, and may refer to: Nasir al-Din, Nasir ad-Din or Nasiruddin (Arabic: نصیر الدین‎‎ or ناصرالدین or نصر الدين, "Defender of the Faith") is an Arabic masculine name, originally an honorific title, and may refer to:
Nasrallah
Nasrallah (Arabic: نصرالله ‎‎) is a male Arabic given name, meaning "Victory of God", and is used by Muslims and Christians alike. It may also be transliterated as Nasrollah (mainly Iranian) or Nasrullah and Nasralla. In modern usage it may appear as a surname.
Nasreddine
Nasri
Nasri (Arabic: نصري‎‎, IPA: [nasˤriː]) meaning support or victory is an Arabic male given name, which also appears as a surname. This surname is mostly found in Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Tunisia.
Nasser
Nasser is a common mononym of Gamal Abdel Nasser (1918–1970), the second president of Egypt from 1956 till his death in 1970 Nasser is a common mononym of Gamal Abdel Nasser (1918–1970), the second president of Egypt from 1956 till his death in 1970
Nassif
Nassif (also spelled Nasif, Nassef or Nasiff, Arabic: ناصيف‎‎) is an Arabic masculine given name originating in the Eastern Mediterranean, primarily from Lebanon and Syria, derived from the Arabic word nasif meaning just or fair-minded.[1][2] Nassif (also spelled Nasif, Nassef or Nasiff, Arabic: ناصيف‎‎) is an Arabic masculine given name originating in the Eastern Mediterranean, primarily from Lebanon and Syria, derived from the Arabic word nasif meaning just or fair-minded.[1][2]
Nassim
Nassim (International) is a name of either Persian ancestry, Arab origin, would be according to the sources, which is widely used among the people of Muslim faith.
Nasuh
Nasuh (also spelled Nasouh, Arabic: نصوح‎‎) is a masculine given name that may refer to:
Natale
Natale is an Italian male given name, which is also a family name. Natale is an Italian masculine form for the female given name Natalia. Natalio is the Spanish form of the name.
Natalio
Natalio is a Spanish given name. Natalio is a Spanish male to the female given name Natalia. The name is often given as a middle name. Natálio is the Portuguese form of the name, the Italian is Natale.
Natan
Natanael
Nate
Nate is a male given name and an English short form of Nathan and Nathanael (Hebrew: God has given or God's gift).
Nathan
Nathanael
Natmir
Naveen
Naveen or Navin (Devanagari: नवीन navīn) is an Indian masculine given name and surname. The meaning of the Sanskrit word navīna is 'new', 'young'.
Navin
Navin is a name of various origins.
Nawaf
Nawaf is an Arabic given name for males. People named Nawaf include: Nawaf is an Arabic given name for males. People named Nawaf include:
Nawaz
Nawaz, Arabic meaning prince, kind, loving and generous,[citation needed] may refer to:
Nawfal
Nawfal (Arabic: نوفل‎‎) is an Arabic name: Nawfal (Arabic: نوفل‎‎) is an Arabic name:
Nazario
Nazife
Nazif is a male given name and family name. An Arabic and Turkish male given name and surname of Arabic origin (Arabic & #160; نظيف) with the meaning is "clean, pure" Nazif; also "decent, correct", which occurs also in several countries of South-Eastern Europe. The Turkish female form of the name is Hannah, with the additional meaning "noble".


Nazim
Nazim (also spelled Nadhem, Nadhim, or Nazem; Arabic: ناظم‎‎) is an Arabic male given name, the pronunciation of the Arabic letter Ẓāʾ is often closer to a strong "d" sound, therefore the name's pronunciation differs based on the spoken varieties of Arabic and consequently in its transcription.
Nazimuddin
Nazimuddin (Arabic: ناظم الدین ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name formed from the elements Nazim and ad-Din. Nazimuddin (Arabic: ناظم الدین ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name formed from the elements Nazim and ad-Din.
Nazmi
Nazmi (also transliterated as Nadhmi, Arabic: نظمي‎‎) is an Arabic male given name, the pronunciation of the Arabic letter Ẓāʾ is often closer to a strong "d" sound, therefore the name's pronunciation differs based on the spoken varieties of Arabic and consequently in its transcription.
Nazmiye
Nada is someone who deals with poems in Turkey and in the Balkans is a masculine given name of Arabic origin meaning. The female form of the name is Kazi.
Nándor
Nandor or Nándor is a Hungarian form of given name Ferdinand. In Old Hungarian, the word Nándor signified "Bulgar", but it fell into disuse, probably soon after 1000 AD.
Nárcisz
Narcisz is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Némir
Independent or independent is an Arabic name. It refers to several personalities, including:
Néstor
Néstor is the Spanish-language version of the general European name Nestor.
Nílton
Ndriçim
Ndriçim is a masculine Albanian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Neşet
Neşet is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. The form of Neset occurs in Macedonia and Albania.
Nebojša
Necati
Necati is a Turkish given name for males. People named Necati include:
Necdet
Necdet (pronounced [nedʒdet]) is a Turkish given name for males. People named Necdet include:
Necip
Necip is a Turkish given name for males. People named Necip include:
Necmettin
Necmettin is the Turkish version of the Arabic name Najm al-Din. It may refer to:
Necmi
Necmi ([nedʒmi]) may refer to:
Nedeljko
Nedeljko (Serbian: Недељко) is a Serbian masculine given name.
Nedime
Nedim is masculine given name of Arabic origin meaning "intimate friend". Except in Turkey is the name in several countries in the Balkans. The female form of the name is Nabil (Turkey) or Nedima (Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia).
Nedo
NEDO is an Italian male given name and family name.
Neeraj
Neeraj or Niraj (Devanagari: नीरज nīraj) is an Indian masculine given name. The Sanskrit word nīraja is a compound of nīra 'water' and -ja 'born' and has the primary meaning of 'lotus'. The same Sanskrit word can also be a compound of nis- 'without' (which takes the form nī- because of sandhi with the following word) and raja 'dust', 'emotion', with the overall meaning 'free from dust' or 'free from passion'
Neil
Neil (Neal) is a masculine given name of Gaelic origin. The name is an Anglicisation of the Irish Niall which is of disputed derivation. The Irish name may be derived from words meaning "cloud", "passionate", or "champion". As a surname, Neil is traced back to Niall of the Nine Hostages who was an Irish king and eponymous ancestor of the Uí Néill and MacNeil kindred. Most authorities cite the meaning of Neil in the context of a surname as meaning champion.
Neil
Neilson
Neilson is a name (first name) meaning "Son of Neil". The prefix "Neil" - is of Gaelic origin, a genitive of 'Niall', meaning may be "champion" or "Cloud". The Neilson family name is speak English, but rarely as a first name in use. It may be that an anglicisation of Mac Neil (Gaelic: MacNeill) or the Scandinavian name Nielsen.
Nejat
Nejat (and its variants Necat and Nedžad) is a male name of Turkish origin and may refer to:
Neklan
Neklan is a male given name. It is of an old Czech origin meaning not fighting. It is famous from mythology created "Kosmas". Nicknames are Nek, Nekky, Neklanek, Nekola, Lan. The name days celebrate September 9 in Czech calendar.
Nektarios
Nektarios is a Greek male name. The name Nektarios νεκτάρεος (nektareos) derives from the ancient Greek word meaning "nectar right" on german. As nectar is the trunk of the Olympian gods, the name means "to the drink of the gods associated with".
Nelson
The first name of Nelson was taken over by the identical origin educated English family name meaning "Son of Neil".
Nelson
Nelson is a male given name, commonly found in the Portuguese-speaking world.
Nemanja
Nemanja (Cyrillic: Немања) is a masculine Serbian given name. It is derived from the by-name borne by the founder of the Nemanjić dynasty, Stefan Nemanja (1114–1199), a Serbian grand prince who was venerated as a saint after his death.
Nemesio
Nemesio, from the Spanish name for Nemesis, is a Spanish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nenad
Nenad (Serbian pronunciation: [nɛnɑːd]) (Cyrillic script: Ненад) is a male personal name of Slavic origin common in the former Yugoslavia. It is more widespread in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia than in other countries. The name is derived from the word nenadan, which means "unexpected". It was introduced to Macedonia via Serbian and is now a fairly popular name. In Bulgaria, the name is not traditional and its not used widely.
Nepomuk
Neri
Neri is women's and men's first name of obscure origin.
Nerijus
Nerijus is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Neris
Neris is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Nerijus. The feminine form is Nerė.
Neset
Neşet is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. The form of Neset occurs in Macedonia and Albania.
Nestor
Nestor is a given name, often claimed to be of Greek origin. In Greek mythology it comes from that of the son of Neleus, the King of Pylos and Chloris. The Greek derivation is from a combination of "νέομαι" [neomai] - "go back", and "νόστος" [nostos] - "one who returns from travels".
Nevan
Nevan (Irish Gaelic Naomhán, pronounced [ˈnævæn]) meaning "saintly" was a minor saint in Irish folklore. It means holy, little holy one or little saint, or follower of the saint. In Gaelic it is pronounced as NAO-vahn. In English it is commonly pronounced as "Nevin," but should be pronounced as Neven/NEH-vahn.[citation needed] It is a rare Irish given name for a boy.
Neville
Neville is an originally place-based English surname and derived from this, relatively rarely coming to male first name.
Nevio
Nevio is an Italian male given name.
Nevzat
Nevzat is a Turkish given name for males. People named Nevzat include:
Nezamysl
Nezamysl is male given name. It's Slavic origin. Nezamysl's name is thought to be derived from the opposite meaning to Přemysl - "not thinking", cf. Roman "Simplicius". Záviš Kalandra thought the names of the seven princes were cryptical names of ancient Slavonic days of the week - Nezamysl being the first - Sunday when we do not think/intend to work. Another theory says that the names were mistaken from a coherent and partly interrupted old Slavonic text.
Nezir
Nezir is a Turkish masculine given name.
Niall
Niall (pronunciation: ˈnaɪəl, niːl) is a male name common in the Irish Gaelic and Scottish Gaelic-speaking world.
Niazi
The Niazi (Pashto: نيازي‎, Niāzī; IPA: [niːˈɑːziː]), Niazai, Nyazi, Nyazai, Niyazi or Niyazai, is a branch of the Lodi tribal confederacy of the Pashtuns, originating in north western Pakistan and eastern Southern Afghanistan
Nibaran
Nibaran may refer to
Niccolò
Niccolo
Niccolò is a masculine given name. The name is the Italian form of the name Nicholas.
Nicephorus
Nicephorus, Nikephoros, or Nikiforos is a Greek male name, meaning "Bringer of Victory", which was commonly used among the Byzantine Empire's aristocracy.


Nicetas
Nicetas or Niketas (Νικήτας) is a Greek given name, meaning "victorious one" (from Nike "victory"). The veneration of martyr saint Nicetas the Goth in the medieval period gave rise to the Slavic form Nikita.
Nicholas
Nicholas or Nikolas or Nicolas or Nickolas is a male given name, derived from the Greek name Νικόλαος (Nikolaos), a compound of νίκη nikē 'victory' and λαός; laos 'people', that is, victory of the people. The name became popular through Saint Nicholas, Bishop of Myra in Lycia, the inspiration for Santa Claus. The customary English version of spelling "Nicholas", using an "h", first came into use in the 12th century and has been firmly established since the Reformation, though "Nicolas" is occasionally used.
Nick
Nicklas
Nicklas is a male given name and family name. The name is a variant of the given name Nicholas. Nicklas is mostly prevalent in the Swedish-speaking areas. The name Nikoláos(griechisch) is composed of Nίkē for victory and Λάος (Láos) for people.
Niclas
Nicodemus
Nicodemus is a male given name, but also as a surname. Greek: Νικόδημος - Niko demos: "Winners in the people's Assembly" or "Winner from the people".
Nicolaas
Nicolae
Nicolae is a Romanian male given name, derived from the ancient Greek Nikolaos (Νικολαος) meaning "Sieg(er) of the people". The German form of the name is Nicholas; for the derivation of the name, see also here. Nicolae occurs as a family name. A diminutive form of the name is NICU.
Nicolai
Nicolai is a male given name and family name. The name is the Russian form of Nicholas. Another variation is Nikolai.
Nicolas
Nicolas or Nicolás may refer to given names cognate to English Nicholas. The given name Nicolas is widely used in France (French pronunciation: ​[nikɔla]) and Brazil (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈnikolas])[citation needed]. The variant Nicolás (Spanish pronunciation: [nikoˈlas]) is widely used in Spanish-speaking countries. The variant Nicola (Italian pronunciation: [nikɔla]), while mistakenly considered feminine in parts of the English-speaking world, is a popular male name in Italy, although Nicolas is also sometimes used, especially amongst Italian Americans and Latin Americans of Italian descent.
Nicolau
Nicolaus
Nicolò
Nicolò is an Italian male given name.
Nicu
NICU is the form of Nico in German-speaking countries, which occurs as a family name as a diminutive of Nicolae, analog a Romanian male given name.
Niels
Niels is a male given name, equivalent to Nicholas, which is common in Denmark, Norway and the Netherlands. The Swedish variant is Nils. The name is a developed short form of Nicholas or Greek Nicolaos after Saint Nicholas. Niels may refer to:
Nigel
Nigel is an English male given name and a different form of the also English name Neil and former Norman name Néel. The first name is widely used especially in England among the children born in the 1960s and 1970s.
Nihad
Nihar
Nihar may refer to
Nihat
Nihat is a Turkish given name for males. It means "legacy". People named Nihat include:
Niilo
Nika
Nikephoros
Nikephoros or Νικηφόρος, Greek: Familiar victory, Nike (Nike) "Victory" and φορέω (phoreo) "win away," also Nikiforos, Latin form: Nicephorus, Nikephorus is a masculine given name.
Nikhil
Niki
Nikiforos
Nikephoros or Νικηφόρος, Greek: Familiar victory, Nike (Nike) "Victory" and φορέω (phoreo) "win away," also Nikiforos, Latin form: Nicephorus, Nikephorus is a masculine given name.
Niklas
Niklas is a male given name and family name. The name is a Swedish and Finnish form of Nicholas.
Niklaus
Niko
Niko is a masculine given name.
Nikodemus
Nikolai
Nikolai (Greek Νικόλαος) is a male given name of Greek origin. Nikolai is a variant of the masculine name of Nikolaos. Translated, this means as much as "Victory of the people" or "Champion of the people" (nike: the victory (Goddess), laos: the people). He is best known by the name of Saint Nicholas who was Bishop of Myra in the 4th century.
Nikolaj
Nikolaj is a given name (in most cases Николай, Russian or Bulgarian form of Nicholas transliterated to Danish or other Scandinavian language), and may refer to:
Nikolajus
Nikolajus is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Nikolai.
Nikolaos
Nikolaos (Greek: Νικόλαος) is a common Greek first name which means "Victor of People", a compound of νίκη nikē 'victory' and λαός laos 'people'. The connotation is "people's champion" or "conqueror of people". The English form is Nicholas.
Nikolaus
Nikolla
Nikolla (indefinite form Nikollë) is an Albanian first name and surname derived from the Greek Nikolaos (Νικόλαος). It is commonly used by Albanian Christians. The name was popularised amongst Albanians by Saint Nicholas.
Nikollë
Nikollë or Kolë is an Albanian male given name, derived from the Greek name Νικόλαος (Nikolaos). The definite form is Nikolla.
Nikomedes
Nikos
Nikos (Νίκος) is a Greek common given name. It originates from Greek Nikolaos, which means "victory of the people". Although used as a proper first name, Nikos is also a popular nickname of the original Nikolaos (Greek) or Nicholas (English).
Nils
Nils is a Scandinavian given name, a chiefly Norwegian, Danish and Swedish variant of Niels, cognate to Nicholas and Neil. As with Niels, its pet form is Nisse. Female variants are Nilsine, Nilsina, and Nilsa.
Nimatullah
Nimatullah, also spelled Ni'matullāh, Nematollah etc. (Arabic: نعمة الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, is used mostly in Arabic speaking countries, also used by Arabic-speaking Christians. Nimatullah, also spelled Ni'matullāh, Nematollah etc. (Arabic: نعمة الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, is used mostly in Arabic speaking countries, also used by Arabic-speaking Christians.
Nimród
Nimrod is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Nino
Nino is a male and female given name. He is used as a male first name in Italy. He is not to be confused with the female given name popular in Georgia Nino, which goes back to the Saint Nino.
Nino
Nirav
Nirav (originally Sanskrit) means "quiet, calm,cool".
Nitesh
Nitesh is an Indian masculine given name and may refer to:
Nitin
Nitin (नितिन) is a first name in India and Nepal that means moral or ethical or right path in Sanskrit.
Nivaldo
Nivaldo is both a given name for males and a surname, being the German form of the Germany names Niwaldu (short for Wodeniwaldu), Niv, Walden, Niwaldu, Nivaldo. The Old German meaning is "Emperor". As given name, Nivaldo currently is less common than it once was. It rose in usage during the 340s and 840s, and was in the top 100 names through the 9th Century. The name has not even made the top 1000 list of names (the last time was in 980, where it ranked 963 in German Empire). Nivaldo's highest rank was 61, which was achieved in 345.
Niyazi
Cynthia is a Turkish given name of Persian origin, which occurs also in Azerbaijan, and occurs occasionally as a family name.
Nizam al-Din
Nizam al-Din (Arabic: نظام الدّین ‎‎), spelled variously Nizamuddin or Nizamüddin or etc. may refer to: Nizam al-Din (Arabic: نظام الدّین ‎‎), spelled variously Nizamuddin or Nizamüddin or etc. may refer to:
Nizamettin
Nizamettin is the Turkish version of the Muslim name Nizam al-Din. It may refer to:


Nizar
Nizar (Arabic نزار, DMG Nizār) is an Arabic male name. Possibly the name is derived from نزير (sangtea) meaning small, little.
Noah
Noël
Noël is a French masculine given name and family name. The feminine form of the given name is Noëlle.
Noël
Noël is a masculine given name.
Noboru
Noboru is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuaki
Nobuaki (written: 信著, 信朗, 信明, 信昭, 信秋, 伸顕, 伸明, 伸彰 or 陳爾) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuatsu
Nobuatsu (written: 宣篤, 信敦 or 伸篤) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuharu
Nobuharu (written: 宣治, 信春 or 信治) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuhiko
Nobuhiko (written: 信彦, 延彦, 伸彦 or 宣彦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuhiro
Nobuhiro (written: 信広, 信宏, 信尋, 信淵, 信弘, 修宏, 伸宏, 伸博, 伸洋, 敦弘, 敦彦, 暢彦, 順大, 順裕, 展裕, 伸啓, 宣浩, or 亘弘) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuhisa
Nobuhisa (written: 信久, 信尚, 信寿, 暢久 or 延尚) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuhito
Nobuhito (written: 信人 or 伸人) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobukatsu
Nobukatsu (written: 信雄 or 信勝) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobukazu
Nobukazu (written: 延和, 伸和 or 信美) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobumasa
Nobumasa (written: 信昌, 信正, 信政 or 永将) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobumitsu
Nobumitsu (written: 信光) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobumoto
Nobumoto (written: 信本) is a Japanese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Nobunao
Nobunao (written: 信直 or 信復) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobunari
Nobunari is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuo
Nobuo (のぶお, ノブオ?) is a masculine Japanese given name.
Nobusada
Nobusada is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobusuke
Nobusuke (written: 信輔 or 信介) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobutaka
Nobutaka (written: 信孝, 信教, 信隆, 延孝 or 伸貴) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuteru
Nobuteru (written: 伸晃, 信輝 or 亘輝) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobutoki
Nobutoki (written: 信時 or 信祝) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobutomo
Nobutomo (written: 信友) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobutoshi
Nobutoshi (written: 延年, 信敏, 喜稔 or 暢年) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobutsuna
Nobutsuna (written: 信綱) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuyasu
Nobuyasu (written: 信康, 信寧, 伸康) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuyoshi
Nobuyoshi (written: 信吉, 信芳, 信義, 信喜, 信由, 経惟) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nobuyuki
Nobuyuki (written: 信行, 信之, 信幸, 信順, 信孝, 修之, 伸行, 伸之, 伸幸, 宣之, 誠行 or 演之) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Noel
Noël is a French masculine given name and family name. The feminine form of the given name is Noëlle.
Norbert
Norbertas
Norbertas is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Norbert).
Nordin
Nordin is a Swedish surname, occurring as a chosen male given name. Nordin is a God in Norse mythology, derived from the name of Nordian.
Noriaki
Noriaki (written: 紀明, 紀章, 紀昭, 紀彰, 鑑昭, 典昭, 典明, 憲明, 矩明, 伯明 or 功光) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Norifumi
Norifumi is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Norifusa
Norifusa (written: 教房, 紀房 or 則房) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Norihiko
Norihiko (written: 則彦, 徳彦 or 謙彦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Norihiro
Norihiro (written: 仙弘, 了洋, 紀寛, 紀洋, 乗寛, 範宏, 憲広, 教広, 教博, 典洋, 倫宏 or 謙宏) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Norihito
Norihito is a common Japanese given name for males, including:
Norikazu
Norikazu (written: 仁一 or 範和) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Norimasa
Norimasa (written: 憲政 or 教正) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Norio
Norio (written: 規夫, 規郎, 典雄, 典士, 範夫, 徳男, 法男, 法生, 紀夫, 紀生, 紀男, 則夫, 則男, 教生, 昇男, 憲生 or のりお in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Noriyasu
Noriyasu (written: 典靖, 憲保, 範康 or 範保) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Noriyoshi
Noriyoshi (written: 宣福, 典良, 規勝 or のりよし in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Noriyuki
Noriyuki (written: 紀之, 紀行, 敬之, 記之, 徳行, 憲幸, 範之 or 範幸) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Norman
Norman is both a surname and a given name. The surname has multiple origins including English, Irish (in Ulster), Scottish and Dutch, Norwegian and Ashkenazi Jewish and Jewish American. The given name Norman is mostly of English origin, though in some cases it can be an Anglicised form of a Scottish Gaelic personal name.
Normen
Normen is a masculine given name.
Norton
Norton is an English surname and masculine given name derived from this.


Notger
Notker (also Notker) is an old German male given name.
Notker
Notker (also Notker) is an old German male given name.
Noureddine
Noureddine is a masculine given name.
Novak
Novak (Serbian Cyrillic: Новак) is a Serbian masculine given name, derived from the adjective novo ("new") and the Slavic suffix –ak, roughly meaning "newcomer", "the new one".
Noyan
Noyan is a Turkish male given name and surname of Mongolian origin with the meaning of "Commander in Chief"; "Guide (a group)", "Mr.", which dates back to a military rank in the Mongol Empire or later Mongolian Honorary title.
Nozomu
Nozomu (written: 望) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Nripendra
Nripendra may refer to
Nu'man
Nu'man (Arabic: نعمان ‎‎) or Nu'maan is an Arabic given name dating to pre-Islamic times, meaning blood or red. Not to be confused with the close proximity of a similar Arabic word meaning happiness. It is also used with the definite article, النعمان, transliterated an-Nu'man or al-Nu'man.
Nuh
Nuh is a masculine given name. It is the Arabic form of Noah. The name Nuh means "the one who cries a lot" Nuh is a masculine given name. It is the Arabic form of Noah. The name Nuh means "the one who cries a lot"
Numan
Numan (Arabic & #160; نعمان) is an Arabic and Turkish male first name and family name. Nu is an alternative transcription of the Arabic name ' one.
Numerius
Nuno
Nuno, also Nuño, is a masculine given name. Nuno is a Portuguese male given name, possibly derived from the Latin nonus meaning "Ninth". The Spanish form of the name, which occurs as a family name is Nuño.
Nunzio
Nunzio is an Italian male given name. Nunzio is the male short form of the female given name Annunziata; also the name matches with the Italian word for Messenger, Messenger, which in turn ultimately derives from the Latin nuntius.
Nur
Nur or NUR may refer to: Nur or NUR may refer to:
Nur al-Din
Nuruddin (Arabic: nūr ad-dīn نور الدين‎‎) is a male Arabic given name, translating to "light of the religion", nūr meaning "light" and dīn meaning "religion". More recently, the name has also been used as a surname. Nuruddin (Arabic: nūr ad-dīn نور الدين‎‎) is a male Arabic given name, translating to "light of the religion", nūr meaning "light" and dīn meaning "religion". More recently, the name has also been used as a surname.
Nurettin
Nurettin is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin (Arabic & #160; nūr ad-dīn نور الدين) meaning "the light of faith" or "the light of religion" (cf. DIN).
Nuri
Nurullah
Nurullah (Arabic: نور اُللہ‎‎) is a masculine given name of Arabic origin, meaning light of God of Muslim origin. It is derived from the Arabi word nur, meaning light, and Allah, meaning God. It may also be romanized as Noorullah, Norullah, or Nourullah.
Nusrat
Nusrat or Nusret or Nasrat (Arabic: نصرت ‎‎) is a unisex given name, meaning "aid", "assistance" or "victory" in Arabic.





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