Gender Masculine
Scripts Νῶε(Ancient Greek) ნოე(Georgian)
Pronounced Pron. /ˈnoː.eː/(Latin) /nɔ.ɛ/(Georgian)  [key·simplify]

Meaning & History

Form of Noah 1 used in the Greek and Latin Bible. This is also the Georgian form.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesNuh(Arabic) Noah(Biblical) Noach(Biblical Dutch) Noé(Biblical French) Noach(Biblical German) Noach(Biblical Hebrew) Noè(Biblical Italian) Noé(Biblical Portuguese) Noé(Biblical Spanish) Noak(Biblical Swedish) Noa(Croatian) Noah(Danish) Noah(Dutch) Noah(English) Nooa(Finnish) Noah, Noé, Noa(French) Noah(German) Noa(Hawaiian) Noach(Hebrew) Noé(Hungarian) Noè(Italian) Nojus(Lithuanian) Noah(Norwegian) Noé(Portuguese) Noé(Spanish) Noah(Swedish) Nuh(Turkish)
Same SpellingNoé, Noè
User SubmissionsNóe, Noe, Noé, Noë



Entry updated January 21, 2022