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The word NADA means HOPE in Croatian and Serbian and many women have that name even though it is more often a Serbian female name.
-- zeljko  12/15/2004
In Portuguese NADA means nothing. It also means "swim" (the verb NADAR means swim, Nada is the imperative form of the verb).
-- Mary-Rach  3/29/2005
The Portuguese meanings (both of them) also hold good for Spanish. In fact, there is a riddle asking what the laziest animal is. The answer: a fish, because what he does all day is "Nada" (= either "nothing" or "he (or "she" or "it") swims.")
-- Kosta  10/10/2011
Also a feminine name in Slovenia. [noted -ed]
-- earthnut  7/2/2007
Pretty name, but it does mean nothing in Portuguese.
-- dreamgirl54  11/16/2007
Pronounced "nah-dah".
-- Emilie007  8/13/2008
Natko is a masculine form of this name used in Croatia.
-- goricar  2/28/2010
In Croatia, Nadica is a diminutive of Nada. [noted -ed]
-- goricar  3/31/2010
I really like the name Nada and how it is spelled! The meaning is really pretty too.
-- -BekahBoo  10/14/2010
Nada is the name of a minor character in Téa Obreht's "The Tiger's Wife," which takes place in unnamed Balkan countries (as determined by geographic locations mentioned within the story, most likely Serbia and Croatia).
-- Anonymous User  5/1/2015

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