NAARAImBiblical This name comes from the root נער (na'ar), which has three meanings. The meaning that is most likely is "youth" or "child", but it can also mean "to growl" and "to shake loose". The second part of the name, י (yod), is also of uncertain meaning... [more]
NAASUNNGUAQfGreenlandic Greenlandic female name meaning ''sweet little flower'', from naasoq meaning ''flower, plant'' and nnguaq a suffix meaning ''sweet, dear''.
NAATAfIndigenous Australian, Pintupi Of Australian Aboriginal origin (Pintupi, to be precise), the meaning of this name is not yet known to me at the moment. A known bearer of this name is Naata Nungurrayi (b. circa 1932), an Australian Aboriginal painter.
NACHSHONmBiblical, Hebrew Apparently means "diviner" in Hebrew. However, I found a source that claims it is derived from Hebrew nachash "serpent, snake". Nachshon appears in the Bible as the brother-in-law of AARON, and the prince of the tribe of JUDAH, who was the first Jew to enter the Red Sea before it split (Exodus 6:23).
NACHYNmTuvan Derived from Mongolian начин (nachin) meaning "falcon".
NADDOÐRmAncient Scandinavian Derived from the Old Norse name elements naddr "stud, nail, small man" and oddr "point of a sword". Naddoðr was a Norwegian-born Faroese viking who discovered Iceland in the 9th century.
NADESHIKOfJapanese (Modern, Rare), Popular Culture From 撫子 (nadeshiko), generally referring to any flower belonging to the Dianthus genus but can also refer to a lovable, caressable child. It is derived from 撫で (nade), the continuative form of classical verb 撫づ (nadzu) meaning "to stroke, caress," combined with a continuative suffix shi and 子 (ko) meaning "child."... [more]
NADZUNAfJapanese From Japanese 菜 (na) meaning "vegetables, greens", 津 (dzu) meaning "harbor" or 摘 (dzu) meaning "to pluck, to pick" combined with 名 (na) meaning "name" or 奈 (na) meaning "apple tree". Other kanji combinations are possible.
NAGARAJmIndian, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu Means "king of snakes" from Sanskrit नाग (nāgá) meaning "snake" combined with राज (rāja) meaning "king, chief, sovereign".
NAGARUmJapanese (Modern, Rare), Popular Culture Nagaru is a classic Japanese verb that means " To Flow ", nowadays the verb is pronounced "nagaeru". Nagaru Tanigawa is the author of the Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya series.
NAGIf & mJapanese Most commonly spelled as 凪 (nagi) which is derived directly from the Japanese word for "calm (at sea), lull". It is sometimes spelled in hiragana or katakana. Other kanji combinations are possible but rather uncommon.