Naam- fair; pleasant
Naaman- pleasantness
Naamah- can refer to a figure in Genesis- the wife of Solomon or a demon- beautiful; agreeable
Naarah- Naarai- young person
Naaran- juvenile- boyish- juvenile
Naashon- that foretells; that conjectures
Naasson- enchanter
Nabal- fool; senseless
Naboth- words; prophecies
Nachon- ready; sure
Nachor- same as Nahor
Nadab- free and voluntary gift; prince
Nagge- clearness; brightness; light
Nahaliel- inheritance; valley of God
Nahallal- praised; bright
Naham- Nahamani- comforter; leader
Naharai- my nostrils; hot; anger
Nahash- snake; serpent
Nahath- rest; a leader
Nahbi- very secret
Nahor- hoarse; dry; hot
Nahshon- same as Naashon
Nahum- comforter; penitent
Nain- beauty; pleasantness
Naioth- beauties; habitations
Naomi- beautiful; agreeable; sweet; pleasant
Naphish- the soul; he that rests- refreshes himself- or respires
Naphtali- that struggles or fights
Narcissus- astonishment; stupidity
Nason- helper; entry-way
Nathan- given; giving; rewarded
Nathanael- the gift of God
Nathan-melech- the gift of the king- or of counsel
Naum- same as Nahum
Nazareth- separated; crowned; sanctified
Nazarite- one chosen or set apart
Neah- moved; moving
Neapolis- the new city
Neariah- child of the Lord
Nebai- budding; speaking; prophesying
Nebaioth- words; prophecies; buds
Neballat- prophecy; budding
Nebat- that beholds
Nebo- that speaks or prophesies
Nebuchadrezzar- tears and groans of judgment
Nebushasi hahban- speech; prophecy; springing; flowing
Nebuzar-adan- fruits or prophecies of judgment
Necho- lame; beaten
Nedabiah- prince or vow of the Lord
Neginoth- stringed instruments
Nehelamite- dreamer; vale; brook
Nehemiah- consolation; repentance of the Lord
Nehum- comforter; penitent
Nehushta- made of brass
Nehushtan- a trifling thing of brass
Neiel- commotion- or moving- of God
Nekoda- painted; inconstant
Nemuel- the sleeping of God
Nepheg- weak; slacked
Nephish- same as Naphish
Nephishesim- diminished; torn in pieces
Nephthalim- same as Naphtali
Nephthoah- opening; open
Nephusim- same as Nephishesim
Ner- a lamp; new-tilled land
Nereus- same as Ner
Nergal- the great man; the hero
Nergal-sharezer- treasurer of Nergal
Neri- my light
Neriah- light; lamp of the Lord
Nethaneel- same as Nathanael
Nethaniah- the gift of the Lord
Nethinims- given or offered
Neziah- conqueror; strong
Nezib- standing-place
Nibhaz- budding; prophesying- the barker
Nibshan- prophecy; growing of a tooth
Nicanor- a conqueror; victorious
Nicodemus- victory of the people
Nicolas- same as Nicodemus
Nicolaitanes- followers of Nicolas
Nicopolis- the city of victory
Niger- black
Nimrah- Nimrim- leopard; bitterness; rebellion
Nimrod- rebellion (but probably an unknown Assyrian word)
Nimshi- rescued from danger
Nineveh- handsome; agreeable
Nisan- standard; miracle
Nisroch- flight; proof; temptation; delicate
No- stirring up; forbidding
Noadiah- witness- or ornament- of the Lord
Noah- (pronounced No-ach) rest; consolation
Noah- motion (Zelophehad’s daughter)
Nob- discourse; prophecy
Nobah- that barks or yelps
Nod- vagabond; fugitive
Nodab- vowing of his own accord
Noe- same as Noah
Nogah- brightness; clearness
Noha- rest; a guide
Non- posterity; a fish; eternal
Noph- honeycomb; anything that distills or drops
Nophah- fearful; binding
Norah- same as Noah
Nun- same as Non
Nymphas- spouse; bridegroom

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